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Wildcard Weekend Packers vs 49ers

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by 5x49er, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    I didnt mention this b4 as I didnt read your post 100%

    but those "other" people were all Niner people
     
  2. NOMOFO

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    ...and kapernuts wears woman's undies according to reports from san fran fan forum.
     
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  3. FrankRizzo

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    Just painfully re-watched this game:

    The end of the first half, we had the pass down to Jordy at the 5 yard line with 27 seconds left... would be a first and goal, with timeouts left. But that was the penalty on Bakhtiari called, hands to the face.
    I took 3 photos of this: Yes he did have hands to the face as we saw from the camera angle. But what we didn't see as clearly, from that angle, was that Aldon Smith FIRST used his left hand to grab and shove Bakh's facemask/head to David's right..... again I took 3 photos of this which is clear, just not as clear from the angle of the camera and the zebra's vantage point.
    What you'll notice after the play was this: #1- Aldon Smith just played on. He didn't expect a flag. Because he, and David, had been battling like that all game long. #2- When David DID see the flag, he could not believe it and was disgusted with the call.

    Ended up settling for a FG, partly due to the bad call by the zebra who had the bad angle.

    Also, rewatched the long pass to James Jones.
    It was on one of the plays Rodgers "holds the ball too long" as they say, but he bought time, and then chucked it deep to Jones running a post.... James had run right past the CB and was behind the safety, about 5 yards of separation.... but the ball was A) late and B0 underthrown by 7-10 yards. Jones stopped his running right away when he identified the ball being underthrown, and he almost outfought both guys to make the tough catch. Almost. He's done that before and I think we all expected him to again. But that miss was 90% Rodgers fault and maybe 10% Jones fault, at most. Why does Rodgers get a free pass always?

    Later, he chucked a deep one to Jordy on a 3rd & 20-something play.
    Jordy had the guy boxed out on the lob pass and went up, we kind of expected him to get it, but the DB made a pretty good play.... but also an ILLEGAL play as he grabbed Jordy's left hand before the ball arrived. Aikman even mentioned that on the replay.
    A missed call by the zebra or else we get 40 yards there and a 1st down in 49es territory.

    Other plays I noticed were:
    Remember the sack Nick Perry had earlier in the game (not the final drive of course).
    Jarrett Bush was sent in from our right side, again, and he came in from a better outside angle, into Frank Gore.... Kaepernick saw that and was forced to the inside to try and escape... but Nick Perry happened to be flying in free from an inside delayed stunt. SMACKED.

    This was probably the same call that Capers ran on that final drive on the 3rd & 9 where Jarrett Bush this time took a BAD angle and allowed Kaepernick to go outside and run for 49 damn yards.
    BUSH fault, not Capers. In*fricking*excusibe on 3rd & long, back at our own 30 yard line about.

    Another play I noticed (these were because I paused, rewound, paused, slo-mowed) was the 1st & goal at the end from the 9 yard line where we ran it to Randall Cobb, for no gain (they gave him 1 yard). remember that one?
    Well here's what I noticed breaking down that film.

    #1- Cobb's fault. The blocking was fine to the inside. He could have had at least 4 pretty easy yards in there. Maybe more. For some reason, he was maybe afraid of the interior there and tried to right away bounce it to the outside, where Navorro Bowman had the angle on him and squashed him.
    Had that been Johnathon Franklin or the other scatterbuck DuJuan Harris, who knows what happens on that run call.
    But people forget how good DuJuan Harris was. Last year playoff game vs SF:
     
  4. Forget Favre

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    They are quite comfy.
    Why? You got a problem with that?
    Don't knock it till ya try it.
     
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  5. buggybill2003

    buggybill2003 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    And your point is ?? :p
     
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    buggybill2003 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Great minds think alike....:roflmao:. You beat me to it...lol
     
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    Ole and Lars who worked together were both laid off, so off they were to the unemployment office. Asked his occupation, Ole said, "Panty stitcher. I sew the elastic onto cotton panties." The clerk looked up panty stitcher. Finding it classified as unskilled labor, she gave Ole $300 a week unemployment pay.

    Lars was asked his occupation. "Diesel fitter," he replied. Since diesel fitters was a skilled job the clerk gave him $600 a week.

    When Ole finds out he is furious. He stormed back to find out why Lars, his friend and co-worker was collecting double his pay. The clerk explained, "Panty stitchers were unskilled and diesel fitters were skilled labor." "What skill?" yelled Ole. "I sew the elastic on. He pulls on it and says, 'Yep, diesel fitter.'"
     
  8. Croak

    Croak Terminally twisted.

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    But he's a lumberjack and he's ok... (see how many get the reference.)
     
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  9. buggybill2003

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    Oh, the irony. You're over here whining about Crabtree crossing the same line when a bunch of other people can see crossing the line between players running out.
    I didnt mention this b4 as I didnt read your post 100%

    but those "other" people were all Niner people


    "Oh the humanity !". Our side wins ;). Just accept you`ll never win here :laugh:
     
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    If I didn`t have you on ignore for your world cup dig at us, I would have laughed :whistling:
     
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    lol...you guys are....hmmmm...are they really that comfy?
     
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    lol... fantastic. Are we showing our age? See, THIS is how to get our minds off that loss. :)
     
  13. NOMOFO

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    no free pass frank. just don't feel compelled to nitpick about Rodgers when there were many other guys that played worse. also, think about it...really...do you know how many all-pro QBs make throws exactly like that every single game and its part of their "game"? Rodgers talked about them as 50/50 balls. one of the plays I remember jones dropping the ball, if I remember right...was a very long toss. underthrown? how far do you think he can throw the ball?
     
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    I think he normally can chuck the ball about 75 yards. In that weather, probably only 60-ish depending on if with the wind or not.

    Here's the play, I finally figured out how to get it from my TV to Phone to e-Mail to Computer to Youtube!
    Crappy quality though dang.

    But you get the picture.



    Sucks because Jones didn't just sit back and watch it.... he reacted fast to the underthrow and he aggressively stopped and went to fight for the ball. He has caught them like this before.... just not this time.

    Rodgers off a bit, Jones off a bit...... both NoCal guys. Jones went to San Jose St.
     
  15. longtimefan

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    One thing that is lost on TV during this game is that the ball at times seem to just hang in the air...I watched the punters and kickers practice and when the ball was at it's highest point, it seemed to drop faster than normal...

    I believe this was their 1st possesion in the 2nd half?

    I watched that play develop--

    During that play, JJ had the guys beat, and I believe Rodgers did throw it when JJ still had them by a step or two...

    But the ball just seems to hang there and not go as far as normal..

    I think if it isnt as cold out, (just like the Cobb vs the Bears) Rodgers hits JJ in stride and its a TD
     
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    Count me in.

    "Always look on the bright side of life!"
     
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  17. NOMOFO

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    It's only a flesh wound.
     
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    "Go away you silly Eenglish K-nigots, your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries. Now go away or I shall taunt you a second time"
     
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    You forgot the memorable, "I fart in your general diiii-rection!!"
     
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    Aww crap ! That`s it, I`m not saying anymore :mad:
     
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    lmao....I just watched that video a few weeks ago.

    classic. while throwing farm animals at them! lol
     
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