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Old 10-09-2023, 12:01 PM   #76
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We still have to play the 49ers and Dolphins. Our defense is going to give up 40+ to both of those teams. The arm-crossing is going to be mad-strong those 2 games.
Its the same shit every yr man. This defense is overhyped as fuck. We sit here and say Dallas is , well we are too. We have no "DUDE" on defense like a Parsons , Bosa , Donald etc. We have good players not great
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Old 10-09-2023, 12:41 PM   #77
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No doubt a better coach could get more out of this group but there are areas where the talent ain't there. 49ers are superior to us in the trenches and at LB. Their LB's are flat out ballers.

Kyle is on another level when it comes to offense vs EB's chuck and duck offense.
Without a doubt LB’s and attitude. Washington plays D like they are in a
Cruise ship having grey poupon, they need to play every game with a kick ass attitude and gang tackle.
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Old 10-09-2023, 12:54 PM   #78
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Without a doubt LB’s and attitude. Washington plays D like they are in a
Cruise ship having grey poupon, they need to play every game with a kick ass attitude and gang tackle.
They're on a cruise ship having mustard? I don't get it
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Old 10-09-2023, 12:55 PM   #79
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Purdy has been great since he took over in SF. Thought he may regress some this year coming off the injury and defense having film on his rookie year now. Wrong. He was, basically, flawless last night.
The Niners look like a team to be reckoned with. And the AFC big boys are all struggling some. Not that many powerful teams this year....
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Old 10-09-2023, 01:10 PM   #80
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Old 10-09-2023, 01:17 PM   #81
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They're on a cruise ship having mustard? I don't get it
They think their shit don’t stink, so they won’t give their all. They think their presence will scare teams to submission.
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Old 10-09-2023, 01:26 PM   #82
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Brock Purdy is proving that in the right system you can be a very avg QB and look great. His knock was arm and size and hes as good as anyone right now...
It also proves that drafting a QB is like throwing darts. Very rarely is there a sure thing, and almost always there are some that come out of no where... So many QBs drafted in the first round who are struggling, or serving as backups to QBs who were drafted in the later rounds.
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They think their shit don’t stink, so they won’t give their all. They think their presence will scare teams to submission.
You should've said relish. It is definitely the prima donna of the condiments
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Old 10-09-2023, 02:16 PM   #84
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Its the same shit every yr man. This defense is overhyped as fuck. We sit here and say Dallas is , well we are too. We have no "DUDE" on defense like a Parsons , Bosa , Donald etc. We have good players not great
I truly feel your tune would be different with a better coaching staff. There's certainly enough talent on this team to win 10 or more games. The coaching is below-average and neglect of the o-line and LBs only exacerbates the shoddy coaching.
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Please outlaw the “tush push” so we don’t have to hear that terrible phrase uttered anymore. And no “brotherly shove” isn’t any better.

Just get rid of allowing anyone to shove a teammate from behind. It’s a boring ass play.
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Please outlaw the “tush push” so we don’t have to hear that terrible phrase uttered anymore. And no “brotherly shove” isn’t any better.

Just get rid of allowing anyone to shove a teammate from behind. It’s a boring ass play.
Seriously, both terms are super-annoying. TP (don't even like spelling it out) is possibly the worst saying in sports history.
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Please outlaw the “tush push” so we don’t have to hear that terrible phrase uttered anymore. And no “brotherly shove” isn’t any better.

Just get rid of allowing anyone to shove a teammate from behind. It’s a boring ass play.
I also think it's sort of dangerous to the lower extremities of d-linemen. Particularly the interior linemen.
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Old 10-09-2023, 06:49 PM   #88
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Please outlaw the “tush push” so we don’t have to hear that terrible phrase uttered anymore. And no “brotherly shove” isn’t any better.

Just get rid of allowing anyone to shove a teammate from behind. It’s a boring ass play.
I already thought that was not allowed. It should definately be gotten rid of
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Old 10-09-2023, 07:32 PM   #89
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It also proves that drafting a QB is like throwing darts. Very rarely is there a sure thing, and almost always there are some that come out of no where... So many QBs drafted in the first round who are struggling, or serving as backups to QBs who were drafted in the later rounds.
It's also getting drafted into the right team,aint no way Purdy comes to this team and excels like he's doing
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Old 10-09-2023, 07:33 PM   #90
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Please outlaw the “tush push” so we don’t have to hear that terrible phrase uttered anymore. And no “brotherly shove” isn’t any better.

Just get rid of allowing anyone to shove a teammate from behind. It’s a boring ass play.
I wish we would have come up with it,it's practically impossible to stop.If you cant beat them join them
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