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Lot's disappointment here.

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Someone in that thread called us Seachickens. My feelings are hurt!

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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Change the names and its just like reading our forums after a loss.

Funny, I had the same worry about our D prior to that game as they have now. lol

If there is a choice between them being miserable and us being miserable, I'll take them every time.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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Radish beat me to it.

I would feel the same way if the Niners blew us apart like that. You have to have questions about your team getting beat like that 2 weeks before the playoffs.


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How does it feel to have your ass ripped off by a Seachicken?

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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Someone in that thread called us Seachickens.


Original.


I don't think things are as dire in 49'er land as some are stating. They're still a very good football team that if given home field advantage could go all the way.

Yeah the Hawks crushed them, but remember they were just coming off of a huge road win against the Pats where they had to scratch and claw all the way til the end. So the niners had to yet again get geeked up for another nationally televised road game where their opponent was about to unleash two years of pent up frustration out on their tired asses.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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I think I think more of their team than they do...But they are right about one thing in that they are seriously stumbling at the wrong time of year.


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Delusional.
Harbaugh is planning on the future, he knows that Smith isn't any more than a stop gap QB whose ceiling has been reached, and that just isn't enough to take the 49rs all the way, that's why he pulled the plug on that experiment.
Kaepernick is a work in progress.
Pete recognized the need for getting Wilson acclimated to NFL level of play, and wasted no time in puting him in as the starter, and begin the proccess.
Flynn just might have been an early on success, but Pete saw that Wilson had a much higher ceiling, and didn't want to delay his progress.
Harbaugh COPIED Pete, only he started later in the Season to get Kaepernick up to snuff.
Kaepernick isn't as astute or gifted as Wilson, so his road is going to be a lot rockyer because of it...Advantage, Pete Carroll, and the Seahawks (God I'm glad we have John Schneider)


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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My fiance (who was not much of a football fan before meeting me, but LOVES the Hawks now) even stated that Kap looked very scared out there on Sunday. She was laughing at him.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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Lol. They go on and on about not having Justin Smith without ever once mentioning the fact that we were missing one of our pro bowl corners when we whooped their ass.

Silly Whiners....

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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Lol. They go on and on about not having Justin Smith without ever once mentioning the fact that we were missing one of our pro bowl corners when we whooped their ass.

Silly Whiners....



And also, missing HIS backup !!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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The one poster noted a trend that I hadn't considered with the 9ers and that was their stretch against the Rams, Dolphins, Patriots and finally Seattle. There are some fair trend observations in those posts that as an outsider, I would not know.

Just like some of our current 9ers posters, they do not have the faith in their OL pass protection that me as Joe casual fan would consider. I still respect their team and have moved on to the Rams. Only one fanbase at the end of the year will be living the life. If it isn't us, I expect similar musings from some of our disappointed fans.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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CANHawk wrote:
Lol. They go on and on about not having Justin Smith without ever once mentioning the fact that we were missing one of our pro bowl corners when we whooped their ass.

Silly Whiners....



And also, missing HIS backup !!!!


And his backups backup.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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Wow. 9er faithful? Yeah, right.

This comment was funny as hell

" and they can't get away with their usual Qwest b******t like Wilson throwing TD passes when the playclock expired,"

Don't know what he meant by this...but as long as the ball is snapped before the clock expires, we're good.


And

"We coulda whooped their asses just like NE"

Ahh...shoulda, woulda, coulda.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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" and they can't get away with their usual Qwest b******t like Wilson throwing TD passes when the playclock expired,"

Don't know what he meant by this...but as long as the ball is snapped before the clock expires, we're good.


The McCoy TD came after the ball was snapped with the clock showing 0:00. It was commented on by Michaels saying the refs will look at the ball after the clock has expired. If the ball has been snapped by the time they look down, they won't flag the play. Or something along those lines.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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I actually enjoyed this one more:

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/niners/169759-refs-at-seattle-game/


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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drdiags wrote:
-The Glove- wrote:

" and they can't get away with their usual Qwest b******t like Wilson throwing TD passes when the playclock expired,"

Don't know what he meant by this...but as long as the ball is snapped before the clock expires, we're good.


The McCoy TD came after the ball was snapped with the clock showing 0:00. It was commented on by Michaels saying the refs will look at the ball after the clock has expired. If the ball has been snapped by the time they look down, they won't flag the play. Or something along those lines.

Ah! See you don't catch things like that sitting in the 300 level at the game


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Loved this one:

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Wanna know how often Chris Clemons gets held?

A lot.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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Well its nice to know that we aren't the only fan base that thinks their teams gets held all the time.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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That's about what I'd expect to hear.

One of the more interesting posts (1st): "Last year Harbs n-company were able to adjust and compensate for our short-cummings. This season.....not so much. "

Is it just me or do Niner fans always spell come with a "CUM"? Only in San Fran, baby.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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I personally love the thread that blames the refs on their... 42-13 loss.

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Ah! See you don't catch things like that sitting in the 300 level at the game


One of the reasons I donate my season tickets to my kid. That and the ability to get toasted and not be a menace to society. :th2thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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I might be alone in this thinking, but I still think the Niners are the class of the conference regardless of what happened on Sunday. Now I know the Hawks were actually better on the road this year, even in their losses and that in the Chicago game, a monster was created, but SF is built to win and they have win some pretty significant road games.

It isn't that I enjoy saying it, but that Niner team can get it done if they put it together. Sure, I love seeing them in disarray and giving up, but that is how they roll.

I wasn't expecting the Hawks to have the kind of balance in all aspects of their game THIS year, but thought they would improve, that Niner team has had that balance for a while and if CK can calm down, they will go far.

Still fun seeing the fans in the doldrums though. Sort of "backing" in to the playoffs.

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Change the names and its just like reading our forums after a loss.

Funny, I had the same worry about our D prior to that game as they have now. lol

If there is a choice between them being miserable and us being miserable, I'll take them every time.

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Our forums get like that if we lose by a last second FG. We haven't seen what our forums would be like this year after a blowout loss because IT HASN'T HAPPENED. :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Thread
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I might be alone in this thinking, but I still think the Niners are the class of the conference regardless of what happened on Sunday. Now I know the Hawks were actually better on the road this year, even in their losses and that in the Chicago game, a monster was created, but SF is built to win and they have win some pretty significant road games.

It isn't that I enjoy saying it, but that Niner team can get it done if they put it together. Sure, I love seeing them in disarray and giving up, but that is how they roll.

I wasn't expecting the Hawks to have the kind of balance in all aspects of their game THIS year, but thought they would improve, that Niner team has had that balance for a while and if CK can calm down, they will go far.

Still fun seeing the fans in the doldrums though. Sort of "backing" in to the playoffs.


You know they are only a half game better then us right?

That DOES NOT make them the class of the division.

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How does it feel to have your ass ripped off by a Seachicken?

Just ask a 49er.


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You know they are only a half game better then us right?

That DOES NOT make them the class of the division.


I wouldn't even call them that, the delay of game penalty that cost the Rams a win that forced the tie was called prematurely.

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