Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by reddyuta, Jan 20, 2013.
Security guard down!!
That's not at all what he's saying.
Dude is working on a settlement.
Got took out pretty hard, too.
SF needs to pressure ATL better, their 4 man rush isn't working.
Should be interesting to see though, trenches vs flash.
9ers got a lil flash when they added Kaep, but Atlanta is at a whole nother level in that context.
I think what helped sell the fake was that ATL used a 6th OL as the TE, which is a pretty heavy formation to indicate run.
Good play call.
Life time 50 yard line seats and a couple bucks spending money.
Atl. OL also playing really good as well.
Julio is a monster,he makes some astonishing catches.
Great catch by Julio Jones
Julio Jones is a beast. Even that catch that went out of bounds and took out the security guard was amazing.
SF just needs to maintain their physicality on defense. Make the Falcolns earn every yard.
Oh I figure the Falcons will bury them to be honest, just too much glitter on that team for the 9ers to handle unless Kaep comes up with a monster game.
So if Atlanta wins, will people still be caught up in this mobile quarterback fad?
Not too thrilled about this FG. If you have a chance to pound the niners you have to do it.
The read option will not last but QBs have to be able to run to get first downs when they have the chance.
Plus prior to this game we had the most NFC Championship appearances. San Fran just tied us. Check this out....
Most Victories: 8* - Dallas Cowboys (1970-71, 1975, 1977-78, 1992-93, 1995)
Most Losses: 8** - San Francisco 49ers (1970–71, 1983, 1990, 1992–93, 1997, 2011)
Most Appearances: 14 (tie, 2 teams) - Dallas Cowboys (1970-73, 1975, 1977–78, 1980-82, 1992–95) and San Francisco 49ers
Most Consecutive Appearances: 4 (tie, 2 teams, 3 times)
Dallas Cowboys (1970–1973)
Dallas Cowboys (1992–1995)
Philadelphia Eagles (2001- 04)
Most Consecutive Victories: 2 - (tie, 5 teams, 7 times)
Dallas Cowboys (1970–71)
Minnesota Vikings (1973-74)
Dallas Cowboys (1977–78)
Washington Redskins (1982–83)
San Francisco 49ers (1988-89)
Dallas Cowboys (1992–93)
Green Bay Packers (1996-97)
Really just makes me sad......
First they better be able to score more than zero points, they are a much better front running team.