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9ers@giants
Sun Sep 27, 2020 10:25 am
  • They drove down the field and got a fg.

    then fooled jones, ball went loose on a fumble, Dion Jordan picked it up.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Sun Sep 27, 2020 12:52 pm
  • Niners are blowing them out 29-9.

    All these 2s and some 3s are really doing their jobs. The only issue has been with their ls but Gould's kicked most of the fG anyway.

    Haven't seen much Ansah but that rook hasty came in (the small guy) and got a first down in his debut...
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Re: 9ers@giants
Sun Sep 27, 2020 1:00 pm
  • All I’m gonna say is that I feel really bad for football fans in NY and thank god the Niners finally get off that turf next week.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Sun Sep 27, 2020 1:02 pm
  • Oh....and Ansah hasn’t looked bad. He looks better than I remember him looking last year in Seattle when it looked like he was moving in slow motion.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Sun Sep 27, 2020 5:13 pm
  • Mullens looks waaaaay more poised than Jimmy. Just doesn't have that quick release and velocity Jimmy G has though.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Sun Sep 27, 2020 11:26 pm
  • They’ve caught a break with the schedule by beating up on 2 of New York’s Junior High teams.

    SC’s 2’s and 3’s are better than the Giants and Jets starters.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:59 am
  • How in the world do you make the Super Bowl and then start with three awful teams from last season? I know AZ improved and beat them, but we can swap them with Philly then and either way, 3/4 teams that are just flat out terrible to start the season, and to top it off, get two games in the same stadium too? Crazy.

    The Niners are easily going to weather this storm until week 6 and they'll probably have most of their key guys back.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 8:28 am
  • Ramfan128 wrote:How in the world do you make the Super Bowl and then start with three awful teams from last season? I know AZ improved and beat them, but we can swap them with Philly then and either way, 3/4 teams that are just flat out terrible to start the season, and to top it off, get two games in the same stadium too? Crazy.

    The Niners are easily going to weather this storm until week 6 and they'll probably have most of their key guys back.


    I mostly agree with you. The 9ers normally see the Cards as the least of the West (they lost on that assumption) but Jets, Giants, Eagles and then Dolphins might be the cakiest of early-season cake I've seen.

    But even though it is cake, all those teams came in with far less injury damage than the 49ers. Look what happened to the defense on those injuries--they walked away having given up just nine points. All in FGs. The defense there is def doing the job and that's gonna be a problem for you and for us as they'll have more pieces back.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 11:41 am
  • It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 11:58 am
  • Cardinals
    Jets
    Giants
    Eagles
    Dolphins

    Gee for a 1st place schedule, this seems pretty easy. Nice work league office, who knew the Giants, Jets and Dolphins were going to stink?

    Oh, everyone.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 12:57 pm
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:Cardinals
    Jets
    Giants
    Eagles
    Dolphins

    Gee for a 1st place schedule, this seems pretty easy. Nice work league office, who knew the Giants, Jets and Dolphins were going to stink?

    Oh, everyone.


    No question the 49ers are fortunate with that starting schedule (tho I'm not sure how fortunate it is to be playing on that MetLife turf in back to back weeks), but AFTER that stretch?

    Rams, Patriots, Seahawks, Packers, Saints, Rams, Bills.

    Then they Washington...

    and then close with Cowboys, Cardinals, Seahawks.

    They may be fortunate to hopefully get some of these injured guys back before the meat of the schedule (tho thats a misnomer because we have no way to know who else will get hurt), but after the Dophins, its a crucible.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 2:14 pm
  • Marvin49 wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:Cardinals
    Jets
    Giants
    Eagles
    Dolphins

    Gee for a 1st place schedule, this seems pretty easy. Nice work league office, who knew the Giants, Jets and Dolphins were going to stink?

    Oh, everyone.


    No question the 49ers are fortunate with that starting schedule (tho I'm not sure how fortunate it is to be playing on that MetLife turf in back to back weeks), but AFTER that stretch?

    Rams, Patriots, Seahawks, Packers, Saints, Rams, Bills.

    Then they Washington...

    and then close with Cowboys, Cardinals, Seahawks.

    They may be fortunate to hopefully get some of these injured guys back before the meat of the schedule (tho thats a misnomer because we have no way to know who else will get hurt), but after the Dophins, its a crucible.


    I know, I was just being snarky.

    I'm actually impressed by how well the Niners have been playing, even against the dumpster fires that are the Jets and Giants. There isn't a team in the league that's had more injuries. Credit to the flat bill dad himself, Shanahan.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 4:46 pm
  • rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:45 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:
    rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    ...I think that's the real story. How the hell are the NY teams THAT bad. WOW.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:47 pm
  • Marvin49 wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:
    rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    ...I think that's the real story. How the hell are the NY teams THAT bad. WOW.


    I wouldn't necessarily agree that their 1's are that much worse than your 2's and 3's, but good coaching and culture can make all the difference in the world.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:51 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:
    rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    You guys get to play at the Clink, AZ and 9ers the only NFC teams playing at Metlife
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Re: 9ers@giants
Tue Sep 29, 2020 1:14 am
  • Washington49er wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:
    rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    You guys get to play at the Clink, AZ and 9ers the only NFC teams playing at Metlife

    That’s the way the schedule crumbles.
    I have very fond memories of MetLife stadium. It’s my favorite football stadium outside of C-link for obvious reasons. 8)
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Re: 9ers@giants
Tue Sep 29, 2020 7:16 am
  • Marvin49 wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:
    rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    ...I think that's the real story. How the hell are the NY teams THAT bad. WOW.



    I have never been so confident/not even remotely concerned about a game as I am this Sunday, especially because of how pissed off the team is right now that they lost the game in Buffalo.

    I am slightly concerned about going to Washington the week after, just because of their DL.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Tue Sep 29, 2020 7:56 am
  • Ramfan128 wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:
    rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    ...I think that's the real story. How the hell are the NY teams THAT bad. WOW.



    I have never been so confident/not even remotely concerned about a game as I am this Sunday, especially because of how pissed off the team is right now that they lost the game in Buffalo.

    I am slightly concerned about going to Washington the week after, just because of their DL.


    Chase Young is out for Browns with a groin issue. I don't know if you'll be seeing him @ Washington. The 2020 Giants are looking like a 3-13 team so far and should be one of the easiest games, scorewise, for anyone in the nfc west.

    The proof will come more as the West plays each other.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Tue Sep 29, 2020 9:11 am
  • Maulbert wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:
    rlkats wrote:It has been on paper an easy start to the season. We play the same teams you all do. Will we do better who knows. But the loses that scare me the most is Bosa and the glass jaw Ford. That man can’t breath without a injury. After all the injuries I never thought we would be as good as we were against the Gnats. But I have to remember to temper my expectations because it does get waaaaay harder as we go on.

    No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    ...I think that's the real story. How the hell are the NY teams THAT bad. WOW.


    I wouldn't necessarily agree that their 1's are that much worse than your 2's and 3's, but good coaching and culture can make all the difference in the world.


    How many "back ups" did we really have playing. There is not much of (any?) drop off from Garoppolo to Mullens. Aiyuk and Bourne were scheduled to be WR2 and WR3. Dwelley is obviously not as good as Kittle. McKinnon is a starter in rotation. Defensive lie has 2/4 starters and I think Verett could and probably will start opposite of Sherman when he is back. Obviously Dontae Johnson is a big drop off. So really only 4 "backups"
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Re: 9ers@giants
Tue Sep 29, 2020 10:29 am
  • 94Smith wrote:
    Maulbert wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:No doubt, we get to play those same Junior High teams later on. It’s better for you to play them now with all of those injuries and still get the win. Like I said your 2’s and 3’s are better than their 1’s.


    ...I think that's the real story. How the hell are the NY teams THAT bad. WOW.


    I wouldn't necessarily agree that their 1's are that much worse than your 2's and 3's, but good coaching and culture can make all the difference in the world.


    How many "back ups" did we really have playing. There is not much of (any?) drop off from Garoppolo to Mullens. Aiyuk and Bourne were scheduled to be WR2 and WR3. Dwelley is obviously not as good as Kittle. McKinnon is a starter in rotation. Defensive lie has 2/4 starters and I think Verett could and probably will start opposite of Sherman when he is back. Obviously Dontae Johnson is a big drop off. So really only 4 "backups"


    1) oi. The Garoppolo/Mullens storyline is really exhausting. Yes, there IS a dropoff, but I'm not gonna go into it because its pointless.

    2) I like Bourne, but he's not close to Deebo.

    3) Dwelley not as good as either Kittle or Reed.

    4) McKinnon is a 3rd down back. They miss Mostert. the 49er RBs ran for about 62 yards on Sunday. Mckinnon averaged 2.7 yards per carry and Wilson averaged 1.2.

    5) Verrett played well, but they were still down Sherman and Moseley. Verrett is the 4th corner.

    Starters Missing....

    Garoppolo
    Mostert
    Kittle
    Deebo
    Richburg
    Bosa
    Ford
    Thomas (Tho Kinlaw is better anyway)
    Greenlaw
    Sherman
    Moseley

    Backups missing....

    Reed
    Witherspoon

    Come on now. LOL.
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Re: 9ers@giants
Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:08 am
  • Marvin49 wrote:
    94Smith wrote:
    Maulbert wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
    ...I think that's the real story. How the hell are the NY teams THAT bad. WOW.


    I wouldn't necessarily agree that their 1's are that much worse than your 2's and 3's, but good coaching and culture can make all the difference in the world.


    How many "back ups" did we really have playing. There is not much of (any?) drop off from Garoppolo to Mullens. Aiyuk and Bourne were scheduled to be WR2 and WR3. Dwelley is obviously not as good as Kittle. McKinnon is a starter in rotation. Defensive lie has 2/4 starters and I think Verett could and probably will start opposite of Sherman when he is back. Obviously Dontae Johnson is a big drop off. So really only 4 "backups"


    Verrett is the 4th corner.

    .


    I bet he's the second corner when they are all back
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Re: 9ers@giants
Thu Oct 01, 2020 5:15 pm
  • 94Smith wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
    94Smith wrote:
    Maulbert wrote:
    I wouldn't necessarily agree that their 1's are that much worse than your 2's and 3's, but good coaching and culture can make all the difference in the world.


    How many "back ups" did we really have playing. There is not much of (any?) drop off from Garoppolo to Mullens. Aiyuk and Bourne were scheduled to be WR2 and WR3. Dwelley is obviously not as good as Kittle. McKinnon is a starter in rotation. Defensive lie has 2/4 starters and I think Verett could and probably will start opposite of Sherman when he is back. Obviously Dontae Johnson is a big drop off. So really only 4 "backups"


    Verrett is the 4th corner.

    .


    I bet he's the second corner when they are all back


    Possible, but even if that's true there are 10 other guys on that list.
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