A New Dawn

In a galaxy far far away . . .

Who am I fucking kidding? Anyhow, the die is cast. Colin Kaepernick has been labelled pariah, and Gabby Gabbertson is now the fatted lamb being led to slaughter. Or something like that.

The front office has decided to pin all their suckitude this season upon their harried and harassed QB. While he’s having a shitty time, most QBs in this situation would be hard-pressed to succeed with the problems this offense has. One needs to look no further than last week’s GB-Denver game. 6-0 Aaron Rodgers was harassed and baffled for 60 minutes amid a ferocious pass rush and tight coverage. Rodgers, a perennial best-guy-in-the-league nominee, threw for 77 yards. Yes, 77 yards. Hmmm Think he forgot how to throw that day? No.  Pressure can stall out the best of QBs. Kaepernick isn’;t the best, but he certainly isn’t the worst. Certainly better than Gaine Blabert.

But no, we have our intrepid front office pinning this disaster of a season on Harbaugh’s choice of QB back in 2012.  Brilliant in its myopic-ness. No RB depth, no open WRs, No consistent pass rush, or pass coverage. Blame the QB.

Got it. Welcome to hell, Jed. if you have any sense, you will shit-can Trent Baalke at season’s end and hire someone who can build the front office from scratch.

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34 Responses to A New Dawn

  1. Nipper says:

    Yeah clean house.

  2. unca_chuck says:

    Found this on Flav’s blog . . .

    #49ers RB Shaun Draugh’s self-scouting report:

    “One cut, get down hill. I can make you miss or run you over. Overall, I’m decent.”

    Hey, for this team decent is a step up.

    Good to see that the banana republic of blogs can’t read or understand anything but their own blather. The Revisionistas strike yet again! They can spin everything to their agenda with the greatest of (bullshit) ease. Good to see Bullitt embracing his nom-de-plume, Bakentom.

  3. unca_chuck says:

    And, sorry Spitty. I’ve been saying since February that if this season goes in the tank, the blame lies squarely with Baalke. I don’t dance around spinning bullshit like cloth. Your ‘don’t read what I wrote yesterday because it is 180 degrees from what I say today’ rambling screeds are cute but imaginary.

    You are almost life-like.

  4. Winder says:

    chuck- I don’t think they should wait for the end of the season to act because if they do I doubt much will get done. I like what the Lions are doing and their vetting process is already in the works. I was one of the people who truly believed that Harbaugh was done here and after watching the fiasco that is our team I can see why he might have wanted to leave. It is obvious that Baalke’s plan is terribly flawed and and at best he’s batting about .230 at the draft. Since we know Jed is at the top and not going anywhere the next best thing is Baalke. Hopefully someone will be whispering in Jeds ear telling him to shitcan Baalke yesterday.

  5. unca_chuck says:

    The problem with having the fire sale now is the availability of replacements. From the GM down. When the season Is over there are candidates available. Now not so much.

    This season is a wash. We are a. Dead team walking. Best bet is to let the current staff stumble to a shitty record.

    When the season is over, shitcan the GM and let the next GM hire his staff.

  6. Nipper says:

    I guess the players and coaches are at the stage of “just don’t embarrass yourself” and “playing for your next job somewhere else stage.” That used to be the Raiders situation.

  7. unca_chuck says:

    Skeebie picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue. Fukcing retard. Keep hiding behind all the men on your blog, candy-ass. Must be fun slurping all the love . . .

    News flash. Alex Smith isn’t coming back.

  8. rtfirefly says:

    Gaskins, Thomas and Draughn will rotate into the Falcons game at RB.

    Oy vey

  9. unca_chuck says:

    Atlanta’s D is much worse than anyone in our division, so we’ll see.

    Not holding my breath though. If we don’t get a pass rush, we’ll get roasted alive.

    • 12th Man says:

      Goes to show how just stats often miss the big picture. I don’t agree with all this guy says but the basic point is true. We expected Kap to continue to grow and given his circumstances he has not been able to do it. Cam has.

  10. 12th Man says:

    Spam monster got me.

  11. unca_chuck says:

    People were writing off Newton as Carolina went 7-8-1 last year.

  12. Winder says:

    I don’t see much of anything getting better soon. Even with Kilgore at center we still have a sieve for a OL. There is still lots of football left and I would love nothing more than to see some players step it up. In my mind the rest of the season is audition time and lets hope at least a few players shine. By now all the coaches must know they have to update their resumes.

  13. Winder says:

    No reason, just haven’t heard it for awhile

  14. Winder says:

    sorry guys I guess I got the whole playlist

  15. tomsula2015 says:

    Yes Rodgers may of had a few b@d g@mes but unlike Ka+pernick he’s a pr0ven w+nner and yes he’s in the el+te cl@ss. You bl@me it other things than the re@l problem, like you all did it with Al+x Smith, Singl*tary and everyone else who had no bus+ness being associ@ted with our org@nization.

  16. rtfirefly says:

    Am I the only one who feels this building, strange, uncomfortable heaviness about the Niners. It’s the same feeling I get in the hours preceding a wicked thunderstorm. I can’t pinpoint tangibly why I feel increasingly restless, edgy and irritable, but the physical discomfort and uncertainty is undoubtedly real.

    The pressure builds and builds; the storm clouds grow thicker and darker. It’s like twilight in the middle of the day. Aha, the bye week approacheth! In 28 hours the first thunderclap will sound.

  17. 12th Man says:

    Niners called up 2 CB’s from the PS and put S McCray and RB Davis on IR. Davis can return.
    Odds keep getting longer.

    • Del Mar Dennis says:

      The odds to what pray tell? Chances of winning tomorrow’s game vs Atlanta? None. Chances of making a miraculous turnabout and making the playoffs? None. *Your* QB just got benched in favor of Blaine fucking Gabbert. Our organization has reached its latest nadir in a list of sad and embarrassing abysmal pits of organizational incompetency.

      We need a drastic and complete overall from top to bottom. How can that be accomplished in the most efficient and expedited manner? Simple. Rooting for your best chances.

      Odds the Yorks sell the team? None. Odds that the team charter lands in the Pacific killing each and every last York along with the entire 49er organization? One in 11 million. That’s better than none.

      George Costanza said it best about an entire franchise getting wiped out, “It’s only a matter of time.”

      Get behind me and root and pray (if you still believes that helps) that the team charter goes up in flames and sinks into the depths of the Pacific Ocean.

      Why?

  18. Winder says:

    rt- The writings already on the wall, it’s just that they keep covering it up.

  19. unca_chuck says:

    Yeah, just a clusterfuck for this season anyway. Looks like Jed has his work cut out for himself next year. If anyone survives the bloodletting from Baalke on down, then this may be a while.

  20. unca_chuck says:

    Poor Dennis. I’m sad your life has so little meaning as to wish for shit like that.

  21. unca_chuck says:

    Funny the idiot masses that think Harbaugh would have coached this team anywhere but where it is now. He knew what he was leaving.

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