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Lifelong SF 49ers and SF Giants fan

Game Day III – Electric Boogaloo

Not much to say about this game. We either score some touchdowns or we lose. Jared Goff seems to have shed his bust tag from last year’s debacle, but that is strictly related to the Curse of Jeff Fisher. A … Continue reading

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Short Week, Division Opponent . . . First Win?

News on the injury front is that Eric Reid’s knee injury would require him missing a ‘few weeks.’ Not too encouraging, but it certainly looked like it could have been a season-ending injury. Reuben Foster is still on the mend … Continue reading

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Moral Victory, Anyone?

I ain’t buying it, but we did have the lead and nearly pulled off a pretty big upset at the hands of the not-so-scary-anymore Seahawks. They were trounced by G Bay and nearly beaten by us in their house. But … Continue reading

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Game Day! Jet City Free-For-All . . .

And by free-for-all I mean a low scoring affair. Pretty sure we don’t win this one.  The hope is measurable improvement. Less penalties. A touchdown or 2. Maybe continued stout run defense. And, for God’s sake a pass rush. I … Continue reading

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Winless in Seattle

Somehow I was hoping this game would c]happen closer to the end of the year. You know, when the team rallies around the new young coach and GM, they get their shit together, and play as if they are competent, … Continue reading

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The Curse is Lifted!!!

The opening day win curse has been vanquished in a blaze of penalties, turnovers, and general ineptness by the offense. The D did all they could, and Cam Newton looked like a guy fresh off shoulder surgery, but the score … Continue reading

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Game Day! Revenge of the Jed(i) . . .

Here we go with the 2017 season. A new regime,  a team that has very few holdovers from the last season, a new coaching staff, and a surprisingly quiet front office. A front office I sure hope has learned their … Continue reading

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