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drewmar74
11-12-2007, 10:00 PM
1) Seattle looks to be really, really loud. I wonder if they pipe their crowd noise in?

2) San Francisco really, really sucks.

That's about it.

When you want football real bad, MNF has some real bad football for you.

Brando
11-12-2007, 10:12 PM
1) Seattle looks to be really, really loud. I wonder if they pipe their crowd noise in?

2) San Francisco really, really sucks.

That's about it.

When you want football real bad, MNF has some real bad football for you.

New England isn't complaining.:)

adam
11-12-2007, 10:13 PM
When is SF going to release Alex Smith? He makes David Carr look like gold.

stingray
11-12-2007, 10:14 PM
When is SF release Alex Smith? He makes David Carr look like gold.

He's pretty horrible..

drewmar74
11-12-2007, 10:15 PM
New England isn't complaining.:)

Man, don't you know that's the truth. Bastiges.

But, man. SF really, really sucks.

I grew up towards middle of the niner dominance. I remember the battles between Montana and Simms and later Aikman and Young. I remember Brent Jones, Tom Rathman, Jesse Sapolu, Roger Craig, Ricky Watters, John Taylor, Ronnie Freakin' Lott.......

To trot this SF team out there with the same logo is almost an injustice. Okay, not really.

But San Fran really, really sucks.

kastofsna
11-12-2007, 11:11 PM
yeah San Fran is one of the worst teams in the league performance-wise in my rankings. like 31 or 32. that's with 2 wins.

TexanSam
11-12-2007, 11:17 PM
1) Seattle looks to be really, really loud. I wonder if they pipe their crowd noise in?

2) San Francisco really, really sucks.

That's about it.

When you want football real bad, MNF has some real bad football for you.

Seattle has aluminum seats behind one of their endzones to make it louder in that part of the stadium. I remember during the year they made the Super Bowl commentators would constantly talk about how Seattle is the loudest stadium in the league.

The 49ers went 4-12 two years ago. Last year they went 7-9 with their QB apparently taking the next step. This year they looked to compete for the division title and make the playoffs but instead they plunged downhill quickly. It's eerily similar to the Texans of 2003-2005

TexansSeminole
11-12-2007, 11:19 PM
The 49ers went 4-12 two years ago. Last year they went 7-9 with their QB apparently taking the next step. This year they looked to compete for the division title and make the playoffs but instead of plunged downhill quickly. It's eerily similar to the Texans of 2003-2005

So true.

HJam72
11-12-2007, 11:33 PM
Yeah, and we really, really sucked. :cool:

sakebomb
11-13-2007, 07:53 AM
1) Seattle looks to be really, really loud. I wonder if they pipe their crowd noise in?

Why can't they just be really loud fans? It's the Starbucks dude. When we beat the cowboys our stadium was kicking a$$ and taking names. Why can't another stadium be really loud too?

drewmar74
11-13-2007, 11:32 AM
Why can't they just be really loud fans? It's the Starbucks dude. When we beat the cowboys our stadium was kicking a$$ and taking names. Why can't another stadium be really loud too?

Easy, man. Eaaaaassssssssy.

My comment was an attempt at humor taking into account all of the commotion from Indy a couple weeks back.

FWIW, QWest is a LOUD stadium. When you see fans wearing hearing protection and they keep track of opponent's false starts (and its not a dome) - well, you know its loud.

I felt kinda bad for the Niners when they were backed up inside of the 10 yard line, that had to be hard to get the snap off without someone jacking up the process.

austintexanite
11-13-2007, 12:38 PM
I saw the game last night, and I thought I was seeing the 05 Texans. Although I wish we had Gore. Smith looks lost...3 coordinators in 3 years is not good for any team.

texasguy346
11-13-2007, 12:50 PM
I'm sure San Diego will be willing to give the Niners Norv Turner back to be their OC.