Green By the Game Day Bay

The Packers have winged their way to the city by the Bay. San Jose, that is. No word on who’s starting tonight, but I’d think Colin Kaepernick  would be. If only to give him fresh time with the ones. I guess we’ll find out soon enough but it would be cool to see Kaepernick continue his ownership of of the Cheeseheads. He had his best passing game as a pro way back in  2013 opening day when he threw 27-39 for 412 yards, 3 TDs, and a fairly astounding 10.5 yards per attempt. This of course was Colin’s last best season as he threw for 3200 yards, 21 TDs to 8 picks, and got one play from his 2nd consecutive Super Bowl.

We of course beat them in the 1st round of the playoffs as CK had a more pedestrian outing that night, going 16-30 and 227 yards, and 1 TD, 1 pick. Of course, that was Ice Bowl 2 as the wind chill was 50 below.  Even the year before, Kappy had what was an amazing playoff game passing and running. Throwing for 17-31, 263, 2,1, and an NFL record 181 yards rushing for a total of 444 yards.

Can he find the magik again? Let’s hope so. The season may depend on it.

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161 Responses to Green By the Game Day Bay

  1. Nipper says:

    Remember this game is practice. Kap should do well.

  2. Berger says:

    I watched the last game of the year vs the Rams 2 days ago. The one thing that jumped out to me is Trent Brown is really good. He was raw but he did not get beat. He absolutely manhandled some good D linemen. Also, Harris looked good at RB and Gabbert likes to play it safe. On defense the DBs looked good and Purcell and Armstead looked good on the line. I did not like the play calling. Too predictable for the formation the team was lined up in.

  3. unca_chuck says:

    Well, that has been the rub since the Mooch days . . .

  4. Winder says:

    Lot’s of jobs at stake for these last two games. If they got it they better bring it. GB is gonna put up a fight also, big history going on. The game is really played for one half only so, we shall see.

  5. unca_chuck says:

    Right. The first cut down day is Tuesday.

  6. unca_chuck says:

    The play pen is pining for my return. Too bad scabs can’t take dissenting views. Here’s bullit logic. I say the NFC west is regressing this year so brain dead fucknut say AZ beat us last year. Hmmm, can you spot the fatal flaw?

    Thinking. Try it some time BakkenBuwwit/RedDog/TouchdownTommy. Go ahead and post 50 anti-Kaepernick links between the’both’ of you.

    Do you think Carson Palmer will improve this year? Their best bet may be to let him get hurt

  7. 12th man says:

    Its been a long time since I was genuinely interested to see a pre-season game. A lot a stake tonight for lots of players, Kap first and foremost. Can’t wait to see.

  8. unca_chuck says:

    Yeah, Guardedly optimistic Kelly can revive this offense. It’s about time.

  9. unca_chuck says:

    Thing is, the fact that Kelly hasn’t named Gabbert the starter for opening day certainly leads one to think the competition is still open.

    Let’s hope for the playpen’s sake that Kappy wins. I mean, that’s 95% of their content. Kappy sucks!

    • Berger says:

      If Gabbert hasn’t been named yet then he hasn’t won the coaches over. He’s had all the snaps. I still think he wins the job for now. If our line keeps giving him a clean pocket like he has had, he’ll keep the job. He reminds me of Alex Smith with a better arm. Nothing wrong with that in my mind. Another scenario is If the check down gets covered and he doesn’t go down field Kap will be in.

  10. Berger says:

    Just read Bullit(sic) saying I blamed Kap’s fumble at the goal line vs the Rams on the center. The little boy Baking Bullit(sic) tells another lie. I blamed it on a bad play call by the coach and more so a bad formation since that was the play that was called. If they would have put the WRs wide the box would not have been stacked making a QB sneak more viable. Instead, they went Sardine Can and brought every defender in to dive at the A gaps. Bullit(sic) is OK with that kind of play calling, I am not.

    The replay shows he actually had the TD and the refs blew it. The ball touched the goal line before the fumble. Little boys like Bullit(sic) just can’t handle it when history deals them a bad hand. He’ll be bringing up old posts about it the rest of his life. Mom’s basement will be busy!

    Note to self, Stop going to the cancer site.

    • Lurker John says:

      He absolutely did have the TD on that play. Last year was the kind of season when it seemed like all the shit ref calls went against the Niners. They didn’t, of course, but it seemed like it, and that play was as egregious as it gets. Cost the 49ers a win.

  11. Berger says:

    BTW, even when Bullit(sic) brings up an old post all you can do is assume he lying again. I’ve already caught him changing my text and putting quotes around them. Let’s face it, he’s just a little boy lying for attention.

    • 12th man says:

      You once said something along the lines of Bullit ran me off or something like that. What was to fear? I came to the conclusion that interacting with him was a waste of my time, so I stopped.

      • Berger says:

        I left that site because the general demeanor is negative. For Me football is a diversion and supposed to be fun. I just don’t need that negativity in my life.

        Having said that, Bullit(sic) was the last straw. When he brought up something I said and changed the text and use quotation marks I realized he just cares about winning even he needs to be a liar. Who knows how many other quotes he changed? He is perfect for the cancer site. If he comes here, I’ll go elsewhere. He might be the biggest dick I have ever had to blog with.

        We’ve blogged with other liars but not somebody so sociopath as Bullit(sic).

        NoFear was fine until he disrespected a friend of mine who carried an antenna down the streets of Fallujah. Can’t get more dangerous than that. The fact he disagreed with me about football was fine. He is entitled to his opinion. Debating NoFear was sometimes hilarious. Until he disrespected my friend I always wanted to have a beer with the Sardine Can Offense advocate.

      • 12th man says:

        Agree about the negativity, I found myself starting to really dislike the same message being drummed day after day with the clown car in the vanguard. Skews was so despondent the day Alex Smith got benched, his next post may as well have been an obituary, all very depressing.

        I remember the NoFear conversation about your friend. No knock on NoFear, he knows his stuff about the military, but expecting you to answer his questions directly about your friends service and since you couldn’t in the first person, then drawing the conclusion that the story was fake was a heck of a stretch.

        Much like you I like the banter and thats about it. I have a life, unlike Raging Pussy.

      • 12th man says:


      • Berger says:

        A little trivia for you 12th. My friend was the one who took the picture of Uday and Kusay that went world wide when they got killed. He was also there when they pulled Hussain out of the hole. He had to take turns guarding him. They called him “shithead”. His specialty was communications and he was always at some of the tensest spots. His parents were close friends of mine and we would go quading whenever he came home.

      • 12th man says:

        Hats off to him Berger, need some brass balls for the job. Deepest respect for servicemen and women, especially point men like your friend.
        Is he out now or career man?

      • Berger says:

        He’s out now doing private security related stuff in Georgia. His parents moved back there to be close so I don’t get to see to them anymore. I remember watching the SB the Colts won at his house. I drank almost their entire bottle of Wild Turkey and got pretty toasted. They didn’t ask for it to be replaced but I felt bad and ended up buying them a new bottle later that week!

  12. Winder says:

    a little pre-game fun

  13. Winder says:

    last one

  14. unca_chuck says:

    Crazy shit, Bergs. Yeah, getting anywhere near any of that shit must have been a nightmare.

    As far as the play pen goes, the best idea is to . . .

    Some of the best guitar face going on with Joe there.

  15. unca_chuck says:

    And they will all . . .

    Serious guitar face here . . .

  16. rtfirefly says:

    Well, this is what I think of this Niner season in general and Kappy’s long awaited return in particular.

    Best. Video. Ever. Besides, I wanted “Magical Mystery Tour” but the bloody thing is blocked on YouTube, so this will have to do. Hmm, after reflecting on the Titanic voyage that was last year, maybe this is more apropos.

  17. rtfirefly says:

    50% of The Chiptster’s run plays are read option. So, the question to me is the confidence in Kappy’s surgically repaired appendages. Is Kap healthy enough to run Kelly’s normal offense?

    Anyways, after I got totally suckered by the Eagles’ preseason offensive juggernaut last this, I am trying, I am trying, I am trying, to pay no attention to Kelly’s preseason whatsoever. Or at least not so much as last year. I hope, Maybe.

    • Berger says:

      I remember us liking the O-line last preseason, of course nothing like this years line, and being disappointed after the 1st game. I think Chryst got too predictable with his play calling. If we were in a SCO formation we ran and then went 3 wide to pass. Then they went to the opposite field blind check down plays against AZ and got punked. Chryst was as predictable as Jimmy Raye.

      • rtfirefly says:

        Interesting goal line play by the Dolphins last night. 4 wide left, 1 right. The pass was an immediate slant to the one guy on the right. It was incomplete, but the replay showed it was incomplete only because the DB hit the guy early – penalty not called in any case.

        Gase play BTW. He has an imagination.

      • rtfirefly says:

        That pass set up the TD run up the gut on the next play.

  18. Lurker John says:

    The Trent Brown article certainly is high praise, but my first impulse is to wait and see. I am excited about his prospects, but the potential label has been applied to a lot of guys who never really cut it. I also wonder why he fell all the way to the 7th round, even with his allegedly lethargic work ethic.

    I just don’t like the idea of tagging him with the “greatest ever” tag before he’s even established himself in the league. That’s a lot of undue pressure. But I’ll be pulling for him to have success because that’ll mean the team is (likely) having success too. If he does pan out, he may not go down as the greatest lineman ever, but he’ll certainly be in the running for draft pick steal of the century. It’s hard to believe so many teams passed on a guy with this much upside.


    • Berger says:

      He fell to the 7th round because he was about 400 lbs. Supposedly he is down to 355 now. Focus on this guy tonight and you will see what the big deal is. He dominates.

  19. Berger says:

    Gabbert is starting.

    • 12th man says:

      Saw that. Was hoping they would give Kap the start to see what he can really do. Slants the evaluation with Gabbert starting.

  20. rtfirefly says:

    Boy, Winston can rip that ball downfield. He’s gonna be a helluva test for our D this year.

  21. unca_chuck says:

    Ray Ray looking good at ilb.

  22. unca_chuck says:

    Sweet play. A little imagination there as well

  23. 12th man says:

    Have to say Gabbert look pretty good on the second possession

  24. unca_chuck says:

    Brown has been really really good all preseason and camp. He’s the reason AD is at guard now,LJ.

  25. rtfirefly says:

    NFL showed the first series and then left. They’re not showing the game till 2:30 my time tomorrow, by which time I won’t care. I’m going to watch a rerun of a PRACTICE game? Pfffft

  26. unca_chuck says:

    Silhouettes just lost his job

  27. unca_chuck says:

    Blown coverage there.

  28. unca_chuck says:

    Blown coverage there.

  29. unca_chuck says:

    Capers is still mad at kappy

  30. 12th man says:

    Pinion is short on a lot of punts.

  31. unca_chuck says:

    Bad pitch. At em ball

  32. Lurker John says:

    Why is Carlos Hyde still in there?

  33. Lurker John says:

    Ellington injured hammy. Wonderful.

  34. 12th man says:

    Kap can’t run all night.

  35. unca_chuck says:

    Gsbby it is. At this point.

  36. 12th man says:

    Any news on Reid?

  37. Lurker John says:

    I heard Dial was down also? Did I mis-hear? Reid was said to have a thumb and would return. And Joe Callahan is the second fucking coming of Joe Montana if I’m not mistaken.

  38. Nipper says:

    Practice. They charge money for these games? NFL should be arrested for stealing.

    • Lurker John says:

      They not only charge for the games, they clean up on concessions and parking. No wonder they don’t want to cut the number of preseason games.

  39. Irish Kevin says:

    95 yards total offense for the first half!! Not good! Going to be a long season

  40. Lurker John says:

    Dial reportedly has a knee. This is what I hate about the long preseason, the injuries.

  41. Berger says:

    Gabbert will start week 1. Kap looks lost but the whole offense did when he went out there, Not sure what that was about Wilhoite is not looking good, Armstrong is looking great. Tank misdiagnosed a running play but he sure makes up for it by being a 1 man wrecking crew. O-line doesn’t look so good this week. The biggest issue for me is the D is not getting off the field on 3rd/4th down. Wilhoite not filling the hole caused two of those. Bowman would have been there. Too many players going down today. Redmond was in the game.

    • 12th man says:

      Tank had 2 bonehead plays first 1/4, hands to the face penalty 2nd and 20 and went inside on the run play and lost contain on the edge. Made up for it since though.

  42. Dennis says:

    Current pecking order of 49ers Three Stooges Quarterbacks, current and/or former…

    1) Moe: Alex Smith
    2) Larry: Blaine Gabbert
    3) Curly: Colin Kaepernick

    Poor Curly. He’s only hope is to shuffle up those numbers and try again…

  43. Lurker John says:

    Is that THE Dennis?

  44. 12th man says:

    Was hoping to see Rush out there.

  45. Lurker John says:

    This is fucking ridiculous. And fuck Mike McCarthy.

  46. Dennis says:

    Kap couldn’t beat out Blaine fucking Gabbert in the QB competition.

    That’s equivalent to Marilyn Monroe losing out to Olive Oyl in swimsuits.

    He’s done. Let it go.

  47. Lurker John says:

    27 minutes to about 9 for the Niners. 57 plays to 20 for the Niners. Unbelievable.

  48. 12th man says:

    Smokin Joe Callahan. How many 4th downs can he complete? The D just can’t get off the field 3rd and 4th down.

  49. Lurker John says:

    I think it’s 5 for 5 on 4th down.

  50. Berger says:

    This was the frustration I had with Fanzio’s defense. They play tough but can’t stop 3rd down.

  51. 12th man says:

    Talk about frustrating, I’m watching this on NFL game pass who are broadcasting it with Packer TV. Seriously sick of hearing how great the Packers are playing.

  52. 12th man says:

    Gabbert is the starter. Kap looked much like last year, lost at the snap.

  53. unca_chuck says:

    Right.nthat 5 minute drive took an hour.

  54. 12th man says:

    Pears is no back up LT, got beat right off the bat.

  55. Lurker John says:

    Driskel did, on the other hand, look good, but 3 dropped passes tanked his drives.

  56. Lurker John says:


    • 12th man says:

      beat the chip double team for the sack and held the edge in the run play before that.

      he needs to move up the order.

      • Lurker John says:

        Absolutely. I don’t know in what capacity he makes the team, probably ST, but he’s another talented young guy on this team. I saw earlier also, that Eli Harold has really put on some muscle in the off season. Amazing what a year of good food and professional strength training can do for a guy.

      • 12th man says:

        Yeah Harold is having a good pre-season.

  57. Lurker John says:

    Driskel looks like the backup to me right now. Decisive in the pocket, keeps his eyes downfield and has great feet. He also looks pretty good in the read option. Accurate and strong arm and no fear in his game. I know he’ll likely end up on the P.S. but he looks like a keeper.

    • 12th man says:

      Ahead of Kap? Nah. He does look better each week but its walmart brigade defense.

      • Lurker John says:

        Yeah, but Kap didn’t look good at all. He’ll get more chances, but he needs to start showing some progress. I saw nothing different from last year.

  58. unca_chuck says:

    Christ, 8 of 9 on 4th downs?

  59. unca_chuck says:

    Driskel ain’t ahead of Kap, yet.

  60. Dennis says:

    People? Hello? WTF are you talking about? 3rd string QB, holding the edge, dropped passes and the backup at LT?

    Holy Mother of Pearl. None of that shit matters. Until…Until this team finds its next HOF QB. And believe you me, he is currently not on the roster. The last 24 SBs have been won by QBs who are, or will be in the HOF with the exception of Dilfer, Brad Johnson and Joe Fucking Flacco. Who, by the way, Jim Harbaugh lost to in the SB.

    Want our Niners to win another SB? Sell the soul of your first born male child to the Devil so we can win our 6th Lombardi Trophy.

  61. unca_chuck says:

    Well this turned to shit.

  62. unca_chuck says:

    Fuck off Dennis.

    • Dennis says:

      I will. Right after you admit that your comment about the Niners being better with Alex Smith > Peyton Manning was the most preposterous and laughable comment ever made on your blog.

  63. unca_chuck says:

    after all this I’m still not worried about the defense. We didn’t play bowman and a few others. The offense?

  64. Lurker John says:

    Well, big cut down next week. Let’s hope Pears is part of it.

  65. Lurker John says:

    To be fair, they were barely on the field after Callahan came in. But definitely not a good performance, regardless.

  66. Berger says:

    I lost that feeling f excitement I had. A defense that can’t get off the field is a loser.

  67. Dennis says:

    49ers QBs:
    Kaepernick: 2 of 6, 14 yards
    Gabbert: 2 of 3, 14 yards.
    Driskel: 1 of 3, 14 yards.

    Yet you people continue to incessantly dole at this drool about things unrelated regarding our QB situation.


    This is going to hurt, really hurt me. But this team would be better off with Alex Smith.

    That’s how bad our QB situation has become. Wake the fuck up and deal with it.

  68. Dennis says:

    And WTF is that big X on his hat represent?

    I know what I’d take it as…ready, aim…

  69. Nipper says:

    It’s practice. This game should never have been on TV. It’s not fair to the players. They have to practice in public. Kap’s first effort this season wasn’t positive.

  70. Dennis says:

    I wish there was a way I could verbalize the complete and utter disgust that I have for our team. But it cannot be properly displayed in only words. The hatred is deep and it’s visceral. They literally make me sick to my goddamn stomach. But I won’t let the hurt end there. I will get my revenge.

    “There Will Be Blood.”

  71. rtfirefly says:

    Our starting WRs last night were Patton and Ellington. Our #1 RB has 924 yards rushing and receiving total over his first 2 seasons and now is out with a concussion. Our starting TE has 476 yards receiving over his first 3 seasons. Our starting QB was Blaine Gabbert. After last year’s worst OL in the NFL for the last 20 years, our OL is lousy until it proves otherwise in real games. I don’t know what y’all are worrying about.

    It’s a rebuilding year. We’re where the Raiders were about 2 or 3 years ago (not in win total, but in how much is necessary to rebuild). Chip may pull some rabbits out of his hat and surprise me a bit, but he can’t change the fundamental lack of talent on offense.

    Just sit back and enjoy an improved D and improved line play on both sides of the ball. And hold your breath when our draft pick (who replaced our Pro Bowler) punts.

  72. Berger says:

    Look to the bright side. We found some things to work on! LOL!

  73. rtfirefly says:

    Will Chip ever get to the rabbit?

  74. Berger says:

    When Kap came in GB played much more aggressive D. Were they still mad at him for torching them in the play-offs? Maybe the team didn’t have any motivation to play hard for him? That wouldn’t make any sense because they are all playing for jobs and pecking order. The whole team played poorly when he was in so really can’t blame Kap for all the others playing poorly too.

    I can live with all that. What really perturbs me is he sat for the national anthem. I’m ready to cut the fucker. No excuse for that.

    • rtfirefly says:

      One thing I do know, Reno. To effectively run the read option, one needs a legitimate inside threat. Last year Chip had Ryan Matthews, before that LeSean McCoy. We have what?

      NFL did switch back to the Niners game for Kappy’s first drive, all 3 plays of it. It seems as if GB was rushing their ends wide to hold the edge, while keeping LBs near the LOS to watch the inside gaps. I could be wrong, of course I couldn’t see a replay. Kappy’s downfield pass attempt into triple coverage may have been a horrible decision or a rotten route by our “star” WR. With wideouts like that, it’s just impossible to know. But the read option where Kappy didn’t hand off did blow up because he read the DE wrong.

  75. Flavor says:

    So lemme get this straight: Kap is going to disrespect the country that allows this simple fuck the opportunity to make 12 mil this year as a fucking bench player? If he wants to help people of color, he should address the American flag EVERY SINGLE DAY and thank God that he is allowed to live and work in a country that pays him 12 mil to do shit. Then take some of that unearned cash and help people of color. Fuck him. CUt his ass TODAY.

  76. Nipper says:

    Kap should be cut. Think about it. He doesn’t fit in at all. If he doesn’t start he’s useless. If he can’t play productively he’s useless. There is no contest here.

  77. Dennis says:

    Kap’s ass is only half black so shouldn’t he have at least crouched during the anthem?

    Wouldn’t be one bit surprised if this whole ordeal wasn’t orchestrated from Baalke, Jed and all the rest of the Niner head stooges. They never wanted him here anyway. This makes for a “clean” getaway with the Niners being able to release Kap with “good cause” or any other of that legal BS.

    I sure am going to miss those head-phones though.

  78. Berger says:

    A football team is a business whether fans like it or not. In business it makes no sense to polarize your employees or customers. Kap is allowed to have his own opinions but if he wants to be a leader he needs to lead the entire team, not half the team. With his stance he is polarizing the team and fans. As a business it just makes sense to cut him.

    What Kap has done is take the decision to keep him out of Chip’s hands and into the business decision makers hands. IMO, the FO should step up and take control. He has to be gone.

    • 12th man says:

      Maybe he has real convictions he feels compelled to stand for, or maybe he found another way to get traded or cut. Either way, fuck that guy.

      • Berger says:

        If he is trying to get cut he is not in the upper 50% of the gene pool when it comes to intelligence. What other team is going to sign a player who will polarize the fan base?

        I think he knows he will not be the starter and has lost his love of the game. he knows he is going to get paid and is going out with a bang. It is an act of selfishness.

        I hope the team cuts him for “acts detrimental to the team’ and does not pay him. He might win in court but make him go to court for his money.

      • 12th man says:

        Whatever his motives Berger, fuck that guy. You want to make a political statement, no problem, but don’t disrespect everything good this country stands for for the narrow issues, however important they may be, that are bad. He spat on all of us.
        My football team will never trump my country. He is (was) the face of the organization and has responsibilities to them, his teammates, the fan base, the NFL as a whole and to American society as a whole. This transcends football.
        If a bad cop shooting someone of color means more to him than all of that, see ya.

      • Lurker John says:

        That’s a good idea, Berger. It may be the only way they can get rid of him without being on the hook for millions of dollars.

    • 12th man says:

      Like Berger already said John, the lawsuit likely won’t hold up since apparently the NFL, unlike the NBA, has no policy governing it. Still, either way, don’t make it easy is fine with me.

  79. Dennis says:

    The funniest thing is the Niners are now one hard-hit-on-Gabbert-away from having Jeff Driskel as their starting QB.

    The USS 49er has now left port laughingstock and is full steam ahead to Mookville.

  80. Lurker John says:

    “Kap’s ass is only half black so shouldn’t he have at least crouched during the anthem?”

    Dennis, this is actually really funny, but you may want to consider giving up the sauce. It’s football, dude, not life. Fans supporting the QB’s we do have are simply trying to get excited about the new season. There’s going to be some hard times coming up, but there are reasons to be positive about things moving forward, whether you think so or not.

    The OL will be better. That’s not conjecture, that’s fact. Not only better, but possibly leaps and bounds better. And since last year’s offensive woes can be linked, in large part, to one of the shittiest lines in league history, the O, by extension, could be leaps and bounds better as well.

    There’s a lot of young talent here. Until such time as they give me reason not to, I’m going to pull for the Niners to show me reasons to be hopeful in the future.

    • 12th man says:

      I’m pulling for them win or lose. Been through the leanest of times and the best of times with this team. As you say, fans of all teams hope in pre-season, some delusionally (maybe us) but that’s why we are fans right?
      I have always supported the QB, whoever it is, doesn’t mean without criticism.

      I agree with you, the lines are much improved but likely need a few games to figure it out and the DB’s are solid. ILB not settled.

      On O the TE position looks better now they are in space, WR are certainly a question, RB is a strength but the big question is can Hyde stay healthy (concussion).

      The glaring area is QB. Gabbert is a place holder, Driskol is unknown and raw and Ponder the same. Kap is done.

      The team can still do well even with Gabbert IMO.

  81. Winder says:

    I gotta laugh at myself for waiting all this time just to see what Kappy would bring to the table. I really don’t like buckets of shit and that is exactly what it was. SeeYa moron

  82. Berger says:

    Like the Dodgers were better without Puig, at this point, the 49ers will be better without Kap.

    I said it last night and I’ll repeat it now, Gabbert reminds of Alex Smith with a better arm. I liked Smith so I like the analogy.

    This team is going to be just fine. I don’t know the time table but I do know the direction and that is up. I like the O-line and the funny thing about Gabbert is he was a gambler with loose mechanics in college, which is why I did not want him, but now he is much better mechanically and has turned into a game manager. If the defense is good we will win with Gabbert. The question is will defense be good. I thought so until last night. That is the big variable for me.

  83. Flavor says:

    by the way Chuck, I think it’s fucking weird as shit that Denny is up above basically threatening to kill people associated with the NIners and he’s still allowed to post here. Just my 2 cents. Dude should get a visit from the FBI in my opinion…..

  84. Berger says:

    I would be surprised if Armstrong is not the starting ILB next to Bowman. The kid was a bright spot all pre-season.

    • Lurker John says:

      He’s got some wheels on him. ILB is a question mark but also a potential strength, with Harold coming on, Armstrong, Brooks, Bow, Rush, etc. Like 12th said above, it’ll take a few games, or more, for things to gel, but things look to be headed in the right direction.

  85. Dennis says:

    Excuse me, in my “There Will Be Blood” comment, there was no reference as to who’s blood would be spilt. Very well may have been mine to which I was referring.

    FBI? Now that is funny.

    • Dennis says:

      This team would still win more games with Tony Romo missing 6-10 weeks then it would with a full complement of this horseshit QBs now stored in our stable.

      • 12th man says:

        Lucky Jerruh didn’t bury the franchise into a ton of money for an aging QB with brittle bone syndrome….Oops

  86. unca_chuck says:

    If it’s any consolation, Jay Cutler looks like a tub of shit.

    I’m concerned about Hyde. Ellington looked pretty good till he got hurt. We lose what weapons we got, we are in trouble. More than we are anyway.

  87. unca_chuck says:

    As far as Kappy goes, this is about the stupidest protest imaginable. He’s acting like he wants to be cut.

  88. Lurker John says:

    Tony Romo is the definition of snake bit.

  89. unca_chuck says:

    Yeah, just heard that. Dallas may be better for it though.

  90. unca_chuck says:

    New thread is up.

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