Will Niners Out-physical the Cowboys?

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by quickccc, Jan 11, 2022.

  1. StylisticS

    StylisticS Well-Known Member

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    And that's the main thing in all the losses this year except the Tampa game. Slow starts and then us playing catching up in the second half. If Dallas jumps on them from the beginning, the game is in our favor. If not, it could be a long Saturday afternoon.
     
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  2. Surfguy

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    Their busy working on that bulletin board with all the material. They had to bring in a second bulletin board.
     
  3. TheMarathonContinues

    TheMarathonContinues Well-Known Member

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    I feel like if you win a game up down 17-0 to the best team in your division...its kind of flukey but aye you never know I feel the Rams were overhyped either way.
     
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  4. TheMarathonContinues

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    Hmmm...Dak doesn't have the ability to right the ship against "better defenses" but Jimmy G does?

    Mind you....49ers aren't "one of the better defenses" lol.
     
  5. JoeKing

    JoeKing Diehard

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    The Cowboys are a more talented team than the 49ers. They are a more explosive team on both sides of the ball. They will win this game as long as it doesn’t turn into a physical, blue-collar brawl of a football game.
     
  6. irving

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    If Dallas wins the game the Niners physicality will not have mattered, physicality alone will not win the game. The team that executes the best in all three phases will win the game.
     
  7. MaineBoy

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    lol….yah, and the same team that came back and beat them, at their place, with lose or go home pressure on them, and having to score on their final drive. You homers are unbelievable. Look at the first part of the game that supports your agenda, then ignore the facts and outcome.
     
  8. TheMarathonContinues

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    No are confused. I never said the 49ers were a bad team. What i'm saying is this the team that was down 0-17 to the Rams? Is this not a 10 win team? Marks like you trying to tell me they are unbeatable or something. They aren't. If they beat the Cowboys you will be the first one I give a cookie to for being right.
     
  9. MaineBoy

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    I like cookies but I hope you don’t have to give me one.
     
  10. TheMarathonContinues

    TheMarathonContinues Well-Known Member

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    Well I can't tell....calling me a homer because I said they were down 0-17 to the Rams lol? You seemed bothered.
     
  11. garyv

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    Personally I think the Cowboy Defense with Parsons, Gregory, Lawrence and Diggs will be well prepared
    by Quinn in this one. I look for the Cowboy Defense to bring some physicality to the 49ers they haven't seen
    this year. I'm more concerned which Cowboy offense shows up. Look for the difference makers on offense
    to be Pollard and Cedric Wilson.
     
  12. coachharden

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    You need to punch the gorilla in the mouth for a full 60 minutes like the 49ers were able to do. They outlasted LA in doing that. LA wasn’t as tough. Every Dallas player needs to outplay/ out tough his 49er opponent in his box of responsibility on every play for 60 minutes. If they are able to do that, we win.
     
  13. TheMarathonContinues

    TheMarathonContinues Well-Known Member

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    So they went down 0-17 after they punched them in the mouth?
     
  14. CowboysFaninHouston

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    we have to control their run game. we can't allow 8, 9 minute drives.....
     
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  15. Creeper

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    This game is all about the Cowboys offense. If they play well, they win. If they look off, as they did against Arizona, Denver, and Los Vegas, they will lose. Defenses today rarely shut opponents down completely. The Cowboys are not going to shut down the 49ers offense. But the goal is to stop them a few drives and force some punts. Then if the offense can take advantage of those possessions, they will win. If we see a lot of 3 and outs early, we are in for a long sad day.
     
  16. Whirlwin

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    I totally disagree. Not the second half of the season he’s no longer doing it
     
  17. SportsGuru80

    SportsGuru80 CowboysYanksLakers

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    LOL
     
  18. JustChip

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    I know the pervasive thought is Denver ran all over the Cowboys and that’s how they won the game. I was at that game and the problem was zero points by the offense and Teddy Bridgewater was as on point as he’s ever been. He was just in a zone. But even with that, this team was in position to make it a 1 score game with the blocked punt on Denver’s first drive if the 2nd half. Unfortunately, the blocked punt didn’t go the Cowboys way and all momentum was gone.

    Bottom line is if Jimmy G does an A Rod imitation and the Cowboys offense goes o-fer in the first half, San Fran will win. I don’t believe those will happen, but we’ll know by about 5 CST Sunday.

    By the way, the same would be true if we were playing AZ.
     
  19. KJJ

    KJJ You Have an Axe to Grind

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    Bridgewater had a very solid game against us but he wasn’t that great. We didn’t lose because of him. He was able to manage the game because Denver ran all over us for 190 yards. It was our inability to stop the run and tackle that killed us in that game. Denver completely manhandled us upfront. This is why many fans are concerned about San Francisco. They win battles in the trenches and can run the ball. If we can’t contain their running game they’ll control the ball and we’ll lose.
     
  20. JustChip

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    He made a number of beautiful, precision throws over the underneath coverage and the receiver in stride for conversions. The running game isn’t as powerful if he doesn’t hit those.

    But my point more is that the offense not producing in the 1st half, largely due to 2 failed 4th down conversions, contributed more to the loss than Denver’s running game.
     

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