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  • adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.
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  • adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year


    A 9ers team that we can dominate is a good 9ers team.


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    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year


    A 9ers team that we can dominate is a good 9ers team.


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    Oh yeah I'm expecting another two wins to add to the streak assuming Wilson is healthy as well.
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    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    Ugh that's the worst. FWIW I had a feeling we could sweep them even with Jimmy G. Much closer games of course.
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    5_Golden_Rings wrote:Well there goes any hope of a competitive season.

    You were hardly setting the league alight with that over rated and over paid nobody.


    You mean like the Hawks, last I check both Hawks and 49ers are 1-2.
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  • adeltaY wrote:
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    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    Ugh that's the worst. FWIW I had a feeling we could sweep them even with Jimmy G. Much closer games of course.
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  • chris98251 wrote:
    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    ...be careful. That sword cuts both ways.

    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.
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    Yikes on those first three, but Moore is at least mildly competent. I'd take him over our backup anyway.
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  • Marvin49 wrote:
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    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    ...be careful. That sword cuts both ways.

    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.


    Hold your horses, Trigger. Maybe the 49ers should try beating the Hawks ONCE before they focus on sweeping them.
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    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    ...be careful. That sword cuts both ways.

    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.


    Hold your horses, Trigger. Maybe the 49ers should try beating the Hawks ONCE before they focus on sweeping them.


    Yeah lol I'm not worried about getting swept by Beathard, Savage, Clemens or whatever other scrubs shanny is bringing in
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    Rat wrote:Isn't one of their former quarterbacks available? One who led them to a recent Super Bowl?


    I agree. Kaep put up decent stats for his last few games in 2016-17 even without an offense tailor-made for him (or really anything else). Dissly looks decent to work with him. The Niners are in a no-win situation (well, unless against the Cards), so why not.
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    chris98251 wrote:
    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    ...be careful. That sword cuts both ways.

    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.


    Hold your horses, Trigger. Maybe the 49ers should try beating the Hawks ONCE before they focus on sweeping them.


    To be clear, I'm not making a prediction here. I fully expect Seattle to win. All I'm sayin is don't count yer eggs yet.

    The comment I'm responding presupposes that NEXT year Seattle beats SF yet again with Jimmy under center and assumes an excuse will be given as to why.

    All I'M sayin is imagine the Niners beating Seattle without Jimmy and see how this site reacts.

    EDIT: ...and BTW the talk of the streak is funny to me. I had completely forgotten about it. Why? ...because for a few years now the 49ers have been losing to everyone. when you are losing 10+ games every year, you kinda lose track of the "to whom" part.
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  • Marvin49 wrote:EDIT: ...and BTW the talk of the streak is funny to me. I had completely forgotten about it. Why? ...because for a few years now the 49ers have been losing to everyone. when you are losing 10+ games every year, you kinda lose track of the "to whom" part.

    No, you don't; you just said it: to everyone.

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    5_Golden_Rings wrote:Well there goes any hope of a competitive season.

    You were hardly setting the league alight with that over rated and over paid nobody.


    You mean like the Hawks, last I check both Hawks and 49ers are 1-2.


    I didnt know they couldnt be mutually exclusive.

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  • SantaClaraHawk wrote:
    Rat wrote:
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    Rat wrote:Isn't one of their former quarterbacks available? One who led them to a recent Super Bowl?


    I agree. Kaep put up decent stats for his last few games in 2016-17 even without an offense tailor-made for him (or really anything else). Dissly looks decent to work with him. The Niners are in a no-win situation (well, unless against the Cards), so why not.

    That offense WAS tailor-made for him. BOTH were. Under Tomsula they constructed the offense to fitnhis preferences, and Chip Kelly’s scheme is perfect for Kap.

    Shanahan’s is NOT. Shanahan requires all the things Kap is bad at: anticipatory throwing, touch, option routes based on post-snap coverage reads (this os related to anticipatory throwing), routes that require precise timing with the qb’s release, etc.

    The only thing Shanahan’s offenses does a lot of that Kap is good at is bootleg passes.
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  • toffee wrote:http://nypost.com/2018/09/24/karma-jimmy-garoppolos-ex-reacts-to-scary-injury/

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  • So with the Cardinals not starting Bradford, it doesn't make sense to have him active - they can save money by not having him active.

    Have to wonder if they did cut him (which IMO makes sense - save what money you can from what was obviously a mistake), then you have to wonder if the Niners would sign him
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  • Marvin49 wrote:
    chris98251 wrote:
    adeltaY wrote:So are the seahawks ever gonna face a niners team starting Jimmy G? Seems like it's been a long time coming and it won't happen for at least another year



    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    ...be careful. That sword cuts both ways.

    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.


    Pretty sure that was a Beathard led 49er team that the Hawks only scored 12 points on and won by 3 at home.
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  • Ramfan128 wrote:So with the Cardinals not starting Bradford, it doesn't make sense to have him active - they can save money by not having him active.

    Have to wonder if they did cut him (which IMO makes sense - save what money you can from what was obviously a mistake), then you have to wonder if the Niners would sign him


    Bradford is a proven non-starter; CJB probably is better but could be glass.
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    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.


    Hahahahaha.

    You’re talking about “sweeping” the Seahawks? Really? LOL.

    How about win a game first? 49ers have not beaten the Seahawks in their last nine tries, since 2013.

    Learn your place. Yes, losing a game to the Whiners would be bad. No, I do not think that will happen.
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  • Looks like 9ers fans will never find out if GQ was really good or a bust,


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  • toffee wrote:Looks like 9ers fans will never find out if GQ was really good or a bust,


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    You act like he is retiring. Last I checked it was a five year contract and with a rookie rt playing guard for the first time in hos life at the number one wr out for the first two games, he still had a 90+ rating on the year, with three dropped tds. Looked better than average this year and he’s only started 10 games. Pretty sure he’ll be back and he’ll improve.
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  • 5_Golden_Rings wrote:
    toffee wrote:Looks like 9ers fans will never find out if GQ was really good or a bust,


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    You act like he is retiring. Last I checked it was a five year contract and with a rookie rt playing guard for the first time in hos life at the number one wr out for the first two games, he still had a 90+ rating on the year, with three dropped tds. Looked better than average this year and he’s only started 10 games. Pretty sure he’ll be back and he’ll improve.


    Above average is too strong, but definitely average/low end starter; which is a bit better than what the 9ers have had in recent years. No reason he can’t improve (assuming he makes it through a season), you see some nice things from time to time.
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  • SantaClaraHawk wrote:
    Bradford is a proven non-starter; CJB probably is better but could be glass.


    LOL...CBJ did beat Bradford in a game where the winner made the playoffs and the loser went home ;)
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    toffee wrote:Looks like 9ers fans will never find out if GQ was really good or a bust,


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    You act like he is retiring. Last I checked it was a five year contract and with a rookie rt playing guard for the first time in hos life at the number one wr out for the first two games, he still had a 90+ rating on the year, with three dropped tds. Looked better than average this year and he’s only started 10 games. Pretty sure he’ll be back and he’ll improve.


    Above average is too strong, but definitely average/low end starter; which is a bit better than what the 9ers have had in recent years. No reason he can’t improve (assuming he makes it through a season), you see some nice things from time to time.

    I disagree. Even this season I saw him make plays only about four or five qbs in the league can. He has two elite traits: one is throwing short passes while falling backward with a man in his face, the other is a fast release. Everything else about him is average. By my arithmetic, that makes him “above average.”
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  • 5_Golden_Rings wrote: He has two elite traits: one is throwing short passes while falling backward with a man in his face, the other is a fast release. Everything else about him is average. By my arithmetic, that makes him “above average.”


    Man that's a great summary of JGQ so far.

    It woulda taken me 500 words to get to those three short sentences. :lol:

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  • Marvin49 wrote:
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    Won't matter the excuse will be if he was the same guy we traded for it would have been different.


    ...be careful. That sword cuts both ways.

    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.


    Hold your horses, Trigger. Maybe the 49ers should try beating the Hawks ONCE before they focus on sweeping them.


    To be clear, I'm not making a prediction here. I fully expect Seattle to win. All I'm sayin is don't count yer eggs yet.

    The comment I'm responding presupposes that NEXT year Seattle beats SF yet again with Jimmy under center and assumes an excuse will be given as to why.

    All I'M sayin is imagine the Niners beating Seattle without Jimmy and see how this site reacts.

    EDIT: ...and BTW the talk of the streak is funny to me. I had completely forgotten about it. Why? ...because for a few years now the 49ers have been losing to everyone. when you are losing 10+ games every year, you kinda lose track of the "to whom" part.


    The streak is funny because at best it should only include the two games the Hawks won in 2014 against the Niners starting with Thanksgiving, with Harbaugh and a decent amount of the 2011-2013 cast still around. What the Hawks beat for the most part was a Harbaugh offense so predictable and s**** that a QB like Kap wasn't going to get it done anymore. Guys like Gary Kubiak and Kyle Shanahan could have come to the Niners those offseasons and had the Niners win 10-11 games if Harbaugh's O got them 8.

    You saw what Shanahan did with RG3, and RG3 in that one game against the Hawks looked better than Kap ever did against Seattle. I think Kap would have continued to win at home against the Hawks, at the minimum with a real OC.

    2015-2017 lots of teams beat the Niners. Like Marvin said, don't think people have kept track of particular win streaks against the Browns the last few years.....

    To me, the Hawk streak is 2 games if you want to talk about something meaningful.

    The streak is in a lot of danger because for the first time in a long time the Niners have Seahawk kryptonite OC, and finally have had the QB finally to implement it. The exact opposite of what the Seahawks have faced so long with 1930s offensive guru Harbaugh and "suck against just the Seahawks" Kaepernick.

    I don't want to get ahead of myself. Garoppolo vs Hundley and no Earl Thomas at Levi's is still cause for concern..........only sh***b**** Cardinals and Jeff Fisher Rams are allowed to beat the Seahawks.
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  • toffee wrote:Looks like 9ers fans will never find out if GQ was really good or a bust,


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  • That's some masterful bargaining there. Nine games is nine games. It's a divisional rival.

    If Andy Reid was our OC during that time we'd have three SB wins. Anyone can play that game. You telling me the Hawks offense wasn't predictable and shitty all those years?
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  • adeltaY wrote:That's some masterful bargaining there. Nine games is nine games. It's a divisional rival.

    If Andy Reid was our OC during that time we'd have three SB wins. Anyone can play that game. You telling me the Hawks offense wasn't predictable and shitty all those years?


    I'm saying exactly that. It was never as bad as 2014 49ers, second half of the season.

    Seahawk OC coaching >>> 49er OC coaching until Shanahan arrived.

    2 star dining is still better than 1 star dining.

    And Reid or any other OC wouldn't give you 3 SB wins. They might X and O better than Bevell but without the scramble drill you have 0 Super Bowls with Wilson. Reid, Shanahan, McVay might not have had the patience for scramble drill.

    But hey, have your 9 game win streak.

    It's just nauseating when it's labeled as "Wilson's streak". Guy throws picks in nearly every game against the Niners and would lose a fair amount to them if the Niners didn't average 6 points per game against Seattle.

    Seattle defense - still doing it's job after all these years.

    Give credit where credit is due.

    Earl Thomas - I'll give him the 9 game win streak.
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  • When did I say it's Wilson's streak? Of course many people refer to it as that because they attribute wins to QBs, which is a flawed, but easy way to talk about streaks and team records and such.

    I wasn't saying that we would actually win 3 SB with Reid at OC, though I think we could have, but you said if y'all had Kubiak or Shanny those years you would've won 2-3 more games, which is a significant difference. I added hyperbole to mine, so let's say a more reasonable comparison is that if Reid was our OC we'd have won two SBs.

    The scramble drill point makes no sense. Reid wouldn't be able to work with that? Do you see what's happening in KC? The man is a wizard when it comes to keeping defenses off balance, maximizing his QB's strengths, and minimizing their weaknesses. Bev was okay at those, but he was never close to Reid and certainly didn't use many of the college concepts Reid incorporated. A vanilla zone read doesn't hold a candle to what they're running in KC and Philly
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  • NINEster wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
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    ...be careful. That sword cuts both ways.

    If the Niners sweep Seattle WITHOUT Jimmy it'll be far, FAR worse.


    Hold your horses, Trigger. Maybe the 49ers should try beating the Hawks ONCE before they focus on sweeping them.


    To be clear, I'm not making a prediction here. I fully expect Seattle to win. All I'm sayin is don't count yer eggs yet.

    The comment I'm responding presupposes that NEXT year Seattle beats SF yet again with Jimmy under center and assumes an excuse will be given as to why.

    All I'M sayin is imagine the Niners beating Seattle without Jimmy and see how this site reacts.

    EDIT: ...and BTW the talk of the streak is funny to me. I had completely forgotten about it. Why? ...because for a few years now the 49ers have been losing to everyone. when you are losing 10+ games every year, you kinda lose track of the "to whom" part.


    The streak is funny because at best it should only include the two games the Hawks won in 2014 against the Niners starting with Thanksgiving, with Harbaugh and a decent amount of the 2011-2013 cast still around. What the Hawks beat for the most part was a Harbaugh offense so predictable and s**** that a QB like Kap wasn't going to get it done anymore. Guys like Gary Kubiak and Kyle Shanahan could have come to the Niners those offseasons and had the Niners win 10-11 games if Harbaugh's O got them 8.

    You saw what Shanahan did with RG3, and RG3 in that one game against the Hawks looked better than Kap ever did against Seattle. I think Kap would have continued to win at home against the Hawks, at the minimum with a real OC.

    2015-2017 lots of teams beat the Niners. Like Marvin said, don't think people have kept track of particular win streaks against the Browns the last few years.....

    To me, the Hawk streak is 2 games if you want to talk about something meaningful.

    The streak is in a lot of danger because for the first time in a long time the Niners have Seahawk kryptonite OC, and finally have had the QB finally to implement it. The exact opposite of what the Seahawks have faced so long with 1930s offensive guru Harbaugh and "suck against just the Seahawks" Kaepernick.

    I don't want to get ahead of myself. Garoppolo vs Hundley and no Earl Thomas at Levi's is still cause for concern..........only sh***b**** Cardinals and Jeff Fisher Rams are allowed to beat the Seahawks.
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  • Coug_Hawk08 wrote:
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    toffee wrote:Looks like 9ers fans will never find out if GQ was really good or a bust,


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    You act like he is retiring. Last I checked it was a five year contract and with a rookie rt playing guard for the first time in hos life at the number one wr out for the first two games, he still had a 90+ rating on the year, with three dropped tds. Looked better than average this year and he’s only started 10 games. Pretty sure he’ll be back and he’ll improve.


    Above average is too strong, but definitely average/low end starter; which is a bit better than what the 9ers have had in recent years. No reason he can’t improve (assuming he makes it through a season), you see some nice things from time to time.


    Huh?

    OK, couple things....

    1) Pick six in week one was wrong route run by WR. Also under CONSTANT pressure that game as they lost both RGs and their rookie RT had to move in to RG (a position he hadn't played since High School) AND put their backup RT in at RT.

    2) There wer no less that 5 or 6 drops in Minn, two of which were in the endzone and that says nothing of what would have been a HUGE gain to Kittle has Kittle not given up on it.

    3) They lost Goodwin in the 1st quarter as well.

    4) In the two weeks SINCE the Minn game Jimmy G had 4TDs, 0INTs, and a QB rating of 101.5.
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  • Minny D only looked good against the Niners tbh.
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  • adeltaY wrote:Minny D only looked good against the Niners tbh.


    No argument there. Wasn't making that argument.

    My above response was RE: he had been a "low-end starter" this year.

    He had one bad game with a number of contributing factors.
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  • Marvin49 wrote:
    adeltaY wrote:Minny D only looked good against the Niners tbh.


    No argument there. Wasn't making that argument.

    My above response was RE: he had been a "low-end starter" this year.

    He had one bad game with a number of contributing factors.





    To go off of what Marvin has stated. I was actually pleased with what I was seeing from Jimmy. He had issues and was visibly working on the said issues. Each week was a different learning curve. He was actually improving on not repeating the same issues. I would have put money on him being pretty good by mid season. Oh well maybe next year.
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  • Beathard looked competent against the Chargers. Maybe there's some hope for him after all. I just have a hard time connecting the guy I saw at Iowa with being a good NFL QB, but I've been wrong before.
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  • CJB seemed more confident in the pocket than JG. The INTs, yeah, but I can't say JG wouldn't have thrown those.

    He's a QB threat more than Boyer or Gabbert, for sure.
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  • SantaClaraHawk wrote:CJB seemed more confident in the pocket than JG. The INTs, yeah, but I can't say JG wouldn't have thrown those.

    He's a QB threat more than Boyer or Gabbert, for sure.


    as I said in other thread. INTs really not on him. One was right in the TEs hands and he let it bouce off his shoulder pads and the other was more fumble than INT when he was blindsided by Derwin James.
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  • I like what CJ did yesterday. He was very good. I will tell you what. He is one tough SOB. He took hits that would have killed Jimmy G.
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  • adeltaY wrote:That's some masterful bargaining there. Nine games is nine games. It's a divisional rival.

    If Andy Reid was our OC during that time we'd have three SB wins. Anyone can play that game. You telling me the Hawks offense wasn't predictable and shitty all those years?

    I really disagree with this. The scheme Seattle ran was perfect for their personnel. It spread things out so that Lynch could destroy linebackers, and it played to Wilson's strengths moving around and stretching the field horizontally and vertically. Wilson was NOT the QB then that he is now. Back then he needed that gimmicky offense. He is now a complete QB. He was not then.

    The offense was ideal for the talent they had.
    Sports Hernia wrote:Mayfield has grown on me a bit, but I disagree with him here.

    If an employer fires/terminates me, why do I owe them any sort of “loyalty”?

    &@$# that!

    That's what Sherman said
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  • rlkats wrote:He took hits that would have killed Jimmy G.


    That thought has to concern Niner fans.
    RIP Paul Allen, 1953-2018

    The greatest owner in Seattle sports history.

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