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Old 09-23-2012, 09:45 PM   #256
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Really, no sacks? I'm pretty sure they did get sacks. And "just get close" is called a pressure. Sometimes pressures are as good as sacks. Unfortunately, our secondary can't take advantage of those hurries passes because they always seem out of position, rather it's by defensive design or poor technique.
I didn't say the team hasn't gotten sacks I'm saying rak And rk
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:46 PM   #257
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Kerrigan is like rak, they both always just get close but no sacks. I'll say our run d is pretty good but obviously teams won't be running much on us
That is because holding calls aren't being made.
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:47 PM   #258
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I didn't say the team hasn't gotten sacks I'm saying rak And rk
Those two were THE ONLY ONES generating hurries or sacks!
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:48 PM   #259
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Those two were THE ONLY ONES generating hurries or sacks!
Not true, Bowen And carriker have done nice jobs as well. And today Riley And Jackson.
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:49 PM   #260
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That is because holding calls aren't being made.
That one today was embarrassing, the fing ref was right there
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:52 PM   #261
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...and neither were the guys they let go. Their performance proved it during their years here. Had they gave these guys contracts and they shitted it up like normal, you'd been bitching and complaining about Mike giving these bums a contract.
The issue is that we're left arguing between the virtues of letting the best players on the roster go vs. giving them the worst contacts ever to stay. Because its apparently too much to expect mike shanahan to make the best personnel decision.
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:55 PM   #262
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Is anyone else worried about Orakpo's future here? Or is that just me?
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Really disappointed that our pass rush has been so weak.. really exposes us in the secondary when we're playing light coverage. We've gone against some pretty weak O-lines and just haven't disrupted the play enough.
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The issue is that we're left arguing between the virtues of letting the best players on the roster go vs. giving them the worst contacts ever to stay. Because its apparently too much to expect mike shanahan to make the best personnel decision.

If those two clowns were our "best" we had on our defense, it kinda tells you how pathetic the talent level really was on this team. (both sides)
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Is anyone else worried about Orakpo's future here? Or is that just me?
Worried, in what way?
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The issue is that we're left arguing between the virtues of letting the best players on the roster go vs. giving them the worst contacts ever to stay. Because its apparently too much to expect mike shanahan to make the best personnel decision.
Given the circumstances at the time the decisions had to be made Shanahan absolutely made the right call.
It's easy to second guess down the road when you know the outcome.
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Whens the last time we avg 33 points per game? Wow
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:57 PM   #269
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Is anyone else worried about Orakpo's future here? Or is that just me?
I think he's here another year at Least
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:58 PM   #270
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It's legit to complain about poor personnel decisions when good players are allowed to leave. Paying D. Hall huge dollars was a mistake. That money would have been better spent to keep Rogers, a far superior pass and run defender. He even started catching the ball at SF.
What's funny is I actually agree with you, I'd definitely rather have Rogers over Hall right now.

But my actual point is right now, as of this moment, we have Hall, and the 49ers have Rogers. So what good does bringing it up do? If we talk about it enough, is it going to make coaches/FO personnel realize the error of their ways and try to find a way to bring him back? Is it going to make any difference whatsoever in what this FO does tomorrow? No. Because they're probably focused 100% on the players we do have and the problems we have to solve.
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