2009-2014. 3 World Series Championships, 2 Stanley Cup Championships, 2 NBA Championships, and a Super Bowl Appearance. 3 No-Hitters, 1 Perfect Game, 3 NFC Title Games, Jim Harbaugh, Bruce Bochy, Phil Jackson, Daryl Sutter.
2015-??? Lakers stink, Kings missed the playoffs, Giants are hanging in there, 49ers are staring at lean years ahead.
#1. why the **** did he go all the way back to the end zone on the safety?
#2. What the **** kind of pitch was that?
#3. On the fg for the lead, why the **** did he go out of bounds on his sweep? We could have run the clock waaaaaay down on that last drive.
#4. He wasted like 4 time outs because he could not get out of the line of scrimmage in time.
We need to put Smith back in there. We are too far out in the season to be gowing through growing pains. Especially since we can't even beat the ****ing Rams. Its not that I'm panicking it's that we just don't have time for this ****.
Carlos "You Better" Hyde
Let's see what Maiocco (the best in the business of 49ers reporting) has to say:
2. bad pitch, but worse effort by Ginn and even worse play call by Roman
3. That was a bad mistake, all on Kap
4. Smith has had the same issues with getting play out in time so that's not a reason.
The best teams are all about long term. You throw everything into winning now and try to bring Smith back, it will stunt Kaps growth worse than this loss will. I'd rather have a chance at multiple SBs over the next few years than killing our future QBs confidence now because we, as a team, had a bad game.
Last edited by RedandGold_35; 12-02-2012 at 07:06 PM.
That wasn't aimed at you R&G. You're being sensible.
I think instead of QB debate it definitely is more worrisome to me the Greg Roman debate,
Maiocco says Kap played okay, not great, not bad. He says the 49ers were out coached. He doesn't believe Kap did anything to lose the job and says it's probably a good thing Kap made a couple mental mistakes now, so that he learns from them before the playoffs. He also said Kap made some great throws. I agree.
2.maybe not 100% his fault but a qb's job is to make decisions and he made a bad one. He could have audibled out of that stupid play.
3. 100% Keapernick
4.Did not see Smith have this problem the past two seasons. No excuse for Keapernick to do this ****.
Stunt his growth?????? **** his growth. Harbs said he was going to go with the hot hand and his hand is no longer hot. Let him think about this and get ready for the offseason to win the job but let Smith back in because if we are going to be playing conservative atleast Smith won't make theese killer mistakes.
Carlos "You Better" Hyde