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Old 10-14-2012, 06:14 PM   #76
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Wow, Patriots down now. Should be interesting to see if Brady can mount a comeback.

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I was at Comic Con. Some one fill me in. Did the Giants shut down the 49ers run forcing Smith to throw and that's why he has 3 INTs?

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2012 - The Revenge Of Pete Carroll

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I was at Comic Con. Some one fill me in. Did the Giants shut down the 49ers run forcing Smith to throw and that's why he has 3 INTs?
They also basically made Vernon Davis a non-factor, which made a big difference.

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Seahawks working that Seattle magic on the Patriots.

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I was at Comic Con. Some one fill me in. Did the Giants shut down the 49ers run forcing Smith to throw and that's why he has 3 INTs?
No, the run seemed to be doing all right it's just that the Niners got in a hole pretty quickly...which then lead to Smith throwing the interceptions.

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No, the run seemed to be doing all right it's just that the Niners got in a hole pretty quickly...which then lead to Smith throwing the interceptions.
I don't understand. It was only 10-3 at halftime? How was that in the hole quickly?

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Giants are a funny team...the greater the challenge, the better they play. Taking the lead in their division.....nice!

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4-way tie in the AFC East.

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I like Sanchez saying about making passes when he throws 11/18 and 82 yards. LOL.

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And now Smith slightly redeems himself by tossing a bomb to Moss.

FEED IT TO GORE!!!
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I'm glad SF got killed... tired of people acting like they are gods gift to football lol

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It's certainly been more fun the way they've won these past several years as opposed to being the 14-2 or 15-1 'favorite'. But pretty soon, no-one may ever bet against them again.

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The Giants are a dangerous team if they can make the playoffs, thing is they've got to go through RGIII if they want the division.

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RG is playing well, but at least as far as the division goes, I have little doubt the Giants will finish well ahead of them.

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that was a pretty awful decision on 4th and 15... gotta make a deeper pass than that lol
That's the problem with Smith. He can't make the deep pass. He doesn't have the accuracy. This game proves what people have been saying all along....the Niners plan and win AROUND their quarterback. They win in spite of him. That works when your defense can keep it close. But when playing a defense like the G-Men that can force mistakes and also has an offense that can take a big lead, a team needs a quarterback that can put the rest of the team on his shoulders and carry the load. Smith will never be that guy and until the Niners have that guy, they won't be champions.

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What I don't understand is if Smith is the guy, why is Kaepernick taking 16 or so snaps?

I understand in the end when the game was essentially over but...

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RG is playing well, but at least as far as the division goes, I have little doubt the Giants will finish well ahead of them.
We'll see next week. I fully expect RGIII to unleash a can of whoop ass on New York next week. The two worst teams NY plays after this week are Philly and Pitt, that says something, rough stretch for them coming up.

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What I don't understand is if Smith is the guy, why is Kaepernick taking 16 or so snaps?

I understand in the end when the game was essentially over but...
I haven't seen many SF fans talk about him, but Kaep is undoubtedly the future starter of the 49ers.

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Smith is 'the guy' they have to work with, so to speak.

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We'll see next week. I fully expect RGIII to unleash a can of whoop ass on New York next week. The two worst teams NY plays after this week are Philly and Pitt, that says something, rough stretch for them coming up.
Yes, but unless the Giants play an awful game, they are a markedly better team all around than WSH, so it will take more than a good game from Griffin not to get beat.

As for the stretch ahead....as this team has shown, the tougher the better.

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49ers fans were saying that Smith needed deep threats and that Crabtree wasn't getting it done. They get Manningham and Moss and now they are trying some different option with Kaep?

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Another wacky week in the NFL... again.

The Ravens and Falcons escaped by the skin of their teeth against The Cowboys and The Raiders, Russell Wilson appeared like Tom Brady (while playing against Tom Brady), The Giants' D made The 49ers' O look like Arizona, Stafford plays like utter **** but leads The Lions to a comeback victory over The Eagles, Cleveland beats down and outplays Cincinnati, Sanchez throws for 82 yards and beats Luck, and The Bills win.

Oh, and now The Packers are picking apart The Texans' D.

Welcome to NFL purgatory.

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Just got home from the Redskins game. The stadium freaking ERUPTED when Griffin ran that seventy-something yard touchdown in. Which is saying something, considering that probably half the stadium was wearing Vikings jerseys.

When the Redskins got that INT in the endzone, pretty much all the purple and white drained out of the stadium. It was pretty funny.

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