4 – 0 Start

I was hoping for a fast start, and it appears we officially have it. 4-0 hasn’t been seen in these parts since Joe Montana, Jerry, Rice, Roger Craig and company roamed Candlestick Park.  Heady stuff. Yesterday’s game was about as big a crushing as one would expect playing the Browns. Except these were supposed to be the newly manufactured Browns.

Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, Jarvis Landry, Ol’ Dirty Beckham, Myles Garrett, this was supposed to be a high-powered offense and a strong defense. And the Browns were coming off a pretty good pounding of a pretty good Ravens team. Then they played the game.

After a quick 3 and out by the Browns, Matt Breida took his first handoff 83 yards to the house, and the 49ers never looked back. Next series saw Richard Thomas read Baker’s eyes and grab an easy pick. After another Breida touchdown on a 5 yards pass, the defense took over and gave the Browns little to nothing the rest of the game. 180 yards to  446.

Bosa and Co had a monster game keeping Mayfield scrambling around and bumbling, stumbling and fumbling in the backfield. FOUR turnovers to none by the Niners. Even the penalties were down as we had 4 for 34 yards.

The only dark cloud is the injury to Kyle Juszczyk, who suffered an MCL injury late in the 3rd quarter. He’s a huge part of our offense, and his absence will be a tough hole to fill.  The extent is not known at this point and he’s gettting an MRI today. Well, that and the inability of our third long snapper, Garrison Sandborn, to get in synch with Wishnowski and Robbie Gould. 2 misses and a block were not very good, but like Bill Walsh said, if you are worried about your kicker, you have bigger problems on offense.

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21 Responses to 4 – 0 Start

  1. unca_chuck says:

    Forgot to mention that we are the last remaining unbeaten team in the NFC. Color me optimistic about this Rams game. We played the Buccos and held them to 17 points. The Rams coughed up 55 to them. The Brownies played the Rams tough in LA and held them to 20 points. We scored a soft 31 on Cleve.

    Keep up with the pressure and the run game and we can take on anyone.

  2. Chuck’s Uncle says:

    Keep up with the pressure of drinking cheap beer and have the runs and my toilet can take in anything.

    • unca_chuck says:

      I’d delete these, but the effort of your part is so monumental to keep creating these accounts, and their stupidity so gargantuan, that I’ll leave them up for all to revel in your utter inanity.

      You sound like a 2nd grader, and not a very smart one at that.


  3. Winder says:

    Next weeks game will be like old times. We haven’t had a Niner/Ram game mean much for quite awhile(except for us fans) and it should be fun. I’m not worried that we won’t be up for it. If we can beat em in hostel LA then our season just might turn into something special. Been to long since we have been competitive in our division.

  4. unca_chuck says:

    Yeah, the only issue is Juszczyk is likely out 4-6 weeks. Haven’t heard about the MRI, but they do say it is an MCL.

    Yeah, Niners LA Rams is a rivalry that we need to dominate like the 80s and 90s.

  5. alleykat69 says:

    Matt Breida on his 83 yard TD run was clocked at 22.3 MPH the fastest time in all of football this season!!

  6. unca_chuck says:

    Breida the cheetah.

  7. alleykat69 says:

    Yeah it was like Brieda was shot out of a cannon, once he hit the secondary untouched (great blocking up front) it was like the Browns were stuck in quicksand, he was motoring and it was awesome to see!!

  8. Grumpy Guy says:

    A *Los Angeles* Rams – 49ers game that means something.

    Somewhere up there, Crazy George is smiling and beating his drum.

  9. unca_chuck says:

    Bad news, but no operation, which is good news. They are saying 4-6 weeks with a sprained MCL.


  10. unca_chuck says:

    I think Wilson may get his spot. Or they do something nutty like line up Dwelley in the backfield.

  11. Roger Craigggg says:

    Just a friendly reminder that the last time the 9ers started the season off with a 4-0 record I ended it by pissing my pants so hard that it flooded the bay around Manhandlestick Park. So that’s a really bad comparison.

  12. alleykat69 says:

    Your still pissing in your pants daily. Maybe just have your tiny dick cut off, that my solve your problem..

  13. NJ49er says:

    Always a good thing to be relevant in the NFC West – Hasn’t been much for us in years.
    This will be the game I circle to see just how legit we are. Road game. Short week. Divisional foe.
    Time to sh!t or get off the pot.

  14. unca_chuck says:

    You can say shit here, NJ. This isn’t Skeebies candy-ass playpen blog. The poor little chickenshit blocked me again for no reason. “Ooooh Bluto, I’m scared of your opnions. I might get in trouble!”

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