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Old 03-26-2012, 10:11 PM   #91
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Played in San Fran, had 5 turnovers, and still scored 32 points. That's the part I remember lol

In the end though, the 9ers won. And went on to win the Superbowl in all its glory. Or wait, how did that last part go?
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Cheapshot that the league said was perfectly legal....Perfectly I mean why is so hard for you guys to understand this concept? Roger Goodell, the king of fining a guy for $15,000 for tripping someone, sais it's and PERFECTLY LEGAL!!! It wasn't a cheapshot it's football. Thing's like this happen when grown men are going full speed. You guys are just being shameful that he got KTFO. It's embarrassing I bet, on one of the most watched games in history. You got bountied and I know that has to erk you. Bountied son!!!! KTFO son!!!
Ramsey- A joke just pertaining that you will have no one
Defense-? Well I thought Drew Brees was the GOAT? So yeah I'd expect the GOAT to be able to get his yards, that what Brees does right? You all should know better than I. But when you pick the guy off twice, and your QB has 0. That's the difference. Yards are amazing, yeah, but the difference was we forced GOAT into mistakes. We knew he would get his yards, but we won the turnover battle. 49ers football. So obviously you don't have a clue what you are talking about.

That's the only reason we lost to the Giants.
It was a great hit. What irks me is that it is no different than what the Saints were doing. Sure the Saints were paying bonuses for those hits, but it is no different than what obviously goes on every game in the NFL. Had we been hitting guys late or cheaply, I could understand.

Really this was a witch hunt against the Saints and the punishment was excessive.
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