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49ers-Packers was a joke. Never have I seen a defense just stop playing like that before. Apparently tackling is something not emphasized by the GB coaching staff.

 

 

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It's like they didn't realize that Kaepernick could run: "What? A quarterback who can run? That's crazy talk!"

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Something tells me Dom Capers is going to be out as the GB Defensive Coordinator. And he should have been after last season.

 

With the amount of talent on that team they should have more than one Super Bowl win. Same thing applies to Peyton's Colts from a few years back.

 

I'm totally rooting for a Ravens/Niners Super Bowl but I'd hate to have Ray Lewis' last game be a loss to my 49ers.

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I hate to say this, but unless Tom Brady completely screws up, New England has a real good shot at winning another Super Bowl. I think San Francisco is the only team that can stop them, but I could be wrong. Baltimore and Atlanta are really good teams too, it'll be fun to watch what happens!

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I just wanted to share something I posted on a football message board at the end of November regarding the change at QB for my 49ers. Hindsight being what it is, I think I was pretty spot-on.

 

My thoughts: I like Alex Smith. He's a good QB. He's not going to lose a game for you with a stupid mistake. But ... because of that, the chances of him winning a game with his arm are slim. Yes, without him last year, the 49ers don't win the New Orleans playoff game. I give him all the credit in the world for that one. But his true weakness came to play in the NFC Championship. Defenses know with him at QB you really only have to defend the run and the short pass.

 

With CK7 it adds an entirely new dimension to the team. You don't go out in the off season and get Moss and Manningham to complement Crabtree and not have a QB who can stretch it out and get the ball down the field. It just doesn't happen.

 

While I wish the circumstances surrounding replacing Alex Smith would have gone smoother, I'm pleased with the end result. What CK7 lacks in experience he makes up for in talent.

 

I have a feeling that Alex Smith won't be with the team next year. He's going to demand a trade and I think the team should absolutely give it to him. They should be able to get a pretty high draft pick for him from a team like Philly, Jacksonville or even Arizona (although I'd prefer he not go in the division). That will enable the 49ers to draft a decent backup for Kaepernick.

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I hate to say this, but unless Tom Brady completely screws up, New England has a real good shot at winning another Super Bowl.

 

Then again, that's been the said since 2005 and it hasn't happened since.

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I just wanted to share something I posted on a football message board at the end of November regarding the change at QB for my 49ers. Hindsight being what it is, I think I was pretty spot-on.

 

My thoughts: I like Alex Smith. He's a good QB. He's not going to lose a game for you with a stupid mistake. But ... because of that, the chances of him winning a game with his arm are slim. Yes, without him last year, the 49ers don't win the New Orleans playoff game. I give him all the credit in the world for that one. But his true weakness came to play in the NFC Championship. Defenses know with him at QB you really only have to defend the run and the short pass.

 

With CK7 it adds an entirely new dimension to the team. You don't go out in the off season and get Moss and Manningham to complement Crabtree and not have a QB who can stretch it out and get the ball down the field. It just doesn't happen.

 

While I wish the circumstances surrounding replacing Alex Smith would have gone smoother, I'm pleased with the end result. What CK7 lacks in experience he makes up for in talent.

 

I have a feeling that Alex Smith won't be with the team next year. He's going to demand a trade and I think the team should absolutely give it to him. They should be able to get a pretty high draft pick for him from a team like Philly, Jacksonville or even Arizona (although I'd prefer he not go in the division). That will enable the 49ers to draft a decent backup for Kaepernick.

 

Is CK7 a thing now? haha, just kidding. I totally agree with what you said, I think Harbaugh knew that playing teams like Green Bay, New Orleans, New England, and even Atlanta he would have to be able to score 35-40 points to win games and CK7 ( ) gives him a better chance to do that. With Alex Smith they aint scoring 40 points a week every week, with Kaepernick they've got a pretty good shot....

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