Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by billy bonka, Jan 20, 2011.
And I was at the game. Fuck that was painful.
Gabbert needs to be cut. Dude is so bad. Not even benched, just bye felicia
Not that I expect much from Kap... they both have the same floor: dogshit. Kap's ceiling is at least much higher.
I'd rather have Tebow than Gabbert at this point. At least Tebow doesn't need 8 weeks of intensive psychotherapy the second he's hit with any kind of adversity (i.e. throwing a pick or facing a real pass rush). :facepalm:
Speaking Monday, 49ers coach Chip Kelly hinted Colin Kaepernick could become the team's starter once he's back to full health.
"I don’t think he’s 100 percent right now so that’s why he’s our No. 2," Kelly said. Kelly hinted change could come once Kap is "full-go." Blaine Gabbert has predictably been setting the quarterback position back decades as Kelly's starter. He's averaging 177 passing yards and has four total touchdowns. His rate stats are abysmal. Kap's game was in full-on collapse last season, but he deserves a shot to be a dual-threat in Kelly's run-heavy offense. It's starting to look like a matter of when, not if, Kap gets a chance to supplant Gabbert.
Davis competed his masterful troll...
He retired again
Of the few away games I've been too, can't believe I'm about to say this, Seattle was the most chill place to be as a 49er fan. Denver and Foxborough are full of assholes looking to fight, not just talk shit but pour beer on you, egg you ona kind of assholes.
Dallas people just seem more interested in being there so they were chill actually. I haven't been to new stadium but old Meadowlands was rough, just taunting and good natured humor in my experience.
Of the places I've been as a 49er fan, Denver was the worst and Seattle was the best.
Denver people are dicks beyond compare if you're wearing the other team's colors.
I'd put Dallas slightly above NY but at the time, 3 years ago, we seemed like the home team in Arlington.
I haven't been to game at Levi yet. Hoping we can get up there for 11/20 game vs. Pats if
we can get the women in the family to relax all the Thanksgiving shit.
Even Oakland was better than Denver in my experience.
I've been to 6 or 7 Broncos/49ers games in Denver and never had a single issue
Seattle is way more chill now since the hardcore, rowdy fans that aren't season ticket holders have been priced out of the market (aka Levi's Stadium Syndrome) ever since they won the Super Bowl. What part of the stadium were you in?
WAY UP HIGH. Section 334 (about the 50 yard line) in row LL. We made two beer trips and for the third, we just decided to walk the concourse and not go back up around midway in the 3rd Quarter. Beer dude never made it up to us without being sold out. As we were leaving, he was heading up and not selling to the people below us. Might have finally gotten a beer delivered if we stayed for another 10 minutes.
The only bad experience I've had was here in Atlanta at the NFC Championship game some random guy was mad I was celebrating and being lound idgaf. He said I was being a hater but my cousin plays for the Falcons so I told the guy to get the fuck out of my face.
WTF was with that personal foul on Tartt that let Dallas keep going. God dammit!
Pathetic how many Dallas fans are there too.
So bad so sad
You've inspired me to update my av. :L
Damnit, now I need one with that smarmy mealy-mouthed idiotic fuckwad, Jed.
I'd like to give The Cunt a solid cunt punch too.
Here you go, our avs can form the Trifecta of Fail.
It's official - http://www.49ers.com/news/article-2...s-Injury/9677a6ce-7c63-4bc1-961c-22bb35784c59
In for return of Willis...actually I wouldn't wish that on any former 49er player.
knew it was achilles as soon as they showed the replay... feelsbadman
I wish, but he's happy living his new career for a startup in Silicon Valley.
DEC 2015 I'm like a fucking sorcerer