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Morning Tailgate: May 18

Posted by Taylor Price on May 18, 2012 – 9:07 AM

If you were attempting to rank the top 100 players in the National Football League, it would be hard to not list just about every member of the San Francisco 49ers defense among the group.

Following a 2011 season in which the 49ers allowed three rushing touchdowns (t-5th for fewest allowed in NFL history since the league went to a 16-game schedule in 1978), the 49ers defense seemingly left a lasting impression on every member of the national and local football media.

The defense also produced a 14-game stretch of not allowing a rushing touchdown to start the season, good for the longest single-season streak of its kind in league history. And of course, how could you look past the defense’s 36-game stretch of not allowing an individual 100-yard rusher from Nov. 29, 2009 all the way until Dec. 19, 2011? That mark tied for the longest streak in league history since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.

Count CBS Sports columnist Pete Prisco in the group of writers thoroughly impressed by such performances. In a recent column, Prisco offered his top 100 players in the league based on his opinions formed from film review and conversations with NFL scouts. Prisco put six 49ers on the list, including five members of the league’s best rush defense and second-best scoring defense.

Five-time Pro Bowl linebacker Patrick Willis checks in first at spot No. 13, followed by fellow All-Pro Justin Smith at spot No. 14. Prisco described Willis as a “tackling machine” and said it’s “an-all day battle for whover is lined up across” Smith.

Prisco lists all-time 49ers rushing leader Frank Gore at spot No. 66, noting that Gore is “one of the tough inside runners in the league.

Third-year linebacker NaVorro Bowman made the list at spot No. 72. “He emerged last year as a force,” wrote Prisco on San Francisco’s tackling leader in 2011.

Rounding out the 49ers contingent are defensive tackle Ray McDonald (No. 85) and outside linebacker Aldon Smith (No. 98). Prisco believes McDonald is slightly overshadowed because of the team’s complete defense, but noted the fifth-year lineman, “plays hard, makes a lot of plays and is starting to get the attention.” On Smith, Prisco believes the second-year pass-rusher has a chance for “so much more” production following a 14-sack rookie campaign.

More defensive headlines and the latest team news can be found after the jump.

Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee checks in with sixth-round pick Trenton Robinson, who’s entering the 49ers defensive backfield with a chip on his shoulder. While the Michigan State safety’s 5-foot-9, 193-pound stature might have caused him to slip in the draft, the 2011 All-Big Ten performer will make the most of his opportunity with the 49ers. Barrows: “Robinson says he plays as if he’s 6-10: “It’s in me. Off the field I’m fun and all that stuff. But on the field, you’ve got to have another guy. You can’t be out on the field being nice. It’s a rough, physical game. And I know that and I love that. … Just nasty. You’ve got to be out there, you’ve got to hit and do all the stuff you can’t do when you’re walking around.”

Sports Illustrated polled 121 NBA players on which athletes from other sports would be able to play professional basketball and 49ers tight end Vernon Davis made the list at No. 11.

Clifton Brown of SportingNews.com lists Randy Moss as one of his 10 players set to bounce back in the upcoming 2012 season.

Lastly, 49ers.com checked in with quarterback Alex Smith and second-year lineman Daniel Kilgore following Thursday’s recent Football School session in Santa Clara. Smith has enjoyed offseason workouts with the 49ers coaching staff, while Kilgore has made the most of his opportunities to line up at center this offseason.

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Tackle Anthony Davis applauds Joe Staley for making The Top 100 Players of 2012 list.


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90 Responses to “Morning Tailgate: May 18”

  1. By 49er hit squad on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    nice,the above piece was great reading, we need more of this kind of article from the media,,just plain football talk and not their own individual opinions about our players,,I would like to point something out though,no one in the media talks about parys haralson at all.. the dude is one of the main piece’s to our run defense
    he sets his edge and NOBODY clears him out,,,his edge setting allows willis and bowman and whitner to effectively shut down another teams running game,,just my opinion,,but take a look at the running backs we face this year,,our guys have got to be licking their chops,,would like to see some comments about parys,,anybody agree?? dis-agree??

  2. By everything 49ers on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    yea,parya is for sure a big part of our run defense,,

  3. By everything 49ers on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    if his pash rush was better he would be one of the best playing today I think

  4. By everything 49ers on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    just my opinion,but the guy gets no respect,,coach harbaugh knows what he brings though,,we are all good at ALL LB spots

  5. By natedawg on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Parys is essential to our Rushing Defense. It’s just hard to highlight him when there are so many big names on our defense. I also really like this article, very informative.

    Personally I would like to talk the Playoff victory against the Saints. I chuckle every time I hear about the “Bounty Scandal” and all the audio of them plotting to hurt us. Being the best game of the season, I’ve watched that game probably 10+ times, and I didn’t see any hard hits from the Saints on us. However I did see us literally knock them out! Especially that Whitner hit on Pierre Thomas! Yea baby, Whitner is my boy, I haven’t liked a 9er safety so much since Ronnie Lott and maybe Merton Hanks lol

    That’s what jersey I’m repping this year along with Mr. LaMicheal James, expecting a big year from both of them!

    I’m in Connecticut, and you better believe I will be at the Jets/Pats games this year rubbing the win in their faces :) I have so many Pat’s fans around here, its sickening. Especially because when they were horrible there were no Pats fans, only until Brady came around did everyone become “Die Hard”

  6. By Ten Years Living In My Parents Basement on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Hey, my name is ten years, eleven year’s younger brother. I just wanted to apologize for all of his negitive comments about Alex Smith. He has been under alot of pressure being a 52 year old failed football player. He has been training his whole life to one day be an NFL QB, but then he realized that playing World of Warcraft really doesn’t improve your football skills at all. And then when Mom grounded him and took away his allowance, he just took it out on Alex. (We think he could be gay too. I’ve caught him materbating to his lifesized Alex Smith FatHead in his Basement Bedroom)

    Anyway’s please keep that in mind when reading his posts!

    Go 9ers!

  7. By Ten Years Living In My Parents Basement on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Hey, my name is ten years, eleven year’s younger brother. I just wanted to apologize for all of his negitive comments about Alex Smith. He has been under alot of pressure being a 52 year old failed football player. He has been training his whole life to one day be an NFL QB, but then he realized that playing World of Warcraft really doesn’t improve your football skills at all. And then when Mom grounded him and took away his allowance, he just took it out on Alex.

    He really has a lifesize FatHead of Alex Smith in his basement bedroom.

    Anyway’s please keep that in mind when reading his posts!

    Go 9ers!

    (Just incase the last one didn’t get approved :)

  8. By ZenTwist on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Don’t forget Jeff Fuller who’s career was ended short by a serious neck injury brief as it was! Fuller and Lott was a scary combo in the defensive/safety backfield, Fuller was actually bigger like 245 and faster than Lott and hit like a train.. and would have succeeded Lott when he moved on. Great player to those that never saw him play amazing athlete, when he was drafted they weren’t even sure where he would play.. His son was drafted this year as a WR.

  9. By mooney75 on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    If things go right, this team could be the first to win all 16 games (baring any injuries) and the playoffs. JH has them hitting on all cylinders. I can’t wait until the season opener in Green Bay. I will be going to the Jets game.

  10. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    and the hits keep coming wont be long before the mainstream media is nameing our defense for us as the rest of the league finally realizes …uh oh we have to play the niner gold swarm defense

  11. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    the defense looks to be one of the best ever and now just need an offense to take over from the all pro breaking records…… fg fest of last year ……defensive turn overs need to be TD’s……period

  12. By natedawg on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Hey, my name is ten years, eleven year’s younger brother. I just wanted to apologize for all of his negative comments about Alex Smith. He has been under alot of pressure being a 52 year old failed football player. He has been training his whole life to one day be an NFL QB, but then he realized that playing World of Warcraft really doesn’t improve your football skills at all :) And then when Mom grounded him and took away his allowance, he just took it out on Alex.

    He really has a llife-sized Alex Smith FatHead in his Basement Bedroom.

    Anyway’s please keep that in mind when reading his posts!

    Go 9ers!

  13. By Ladybug on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    natedawg…too too funny! Thanks for making my day !

    We all know Eleven has emotional problems. Besides, he is not a true 49er fan.
    If he was he would be all excited about our powerhouse defense, and the new offensive line that is shaping up to also be a powerhouse. And he would be praising the coaches for making such good choices….

    But I digress. I really really like what the media is saying at the top of this blog page. I guess the 49ers wont be flying under the radar much longer…heeeeee.

  14. By rjdniner on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    now that there is funny or playing madden 2011 .

  15. By rjdniner on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    We all know Nolan came from the ravens but the idea that the def is somewhat alike is crazy .

  16. By SHIP on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Thanks for the laugh Natedawg!

  17. By SHIP on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Those two clowns really believe they actually know better than Harbaugh & Baalke. Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! Its amazing how dillusional they are. Yeah…clowns they had the whole offseason to just settle. Based on your expert insightful football knowledge of Alex…they are totally blind to QB’in. Jim Harbaugh knows much less about NFL QB’in then you two? They can argue with us all they want BUT that is basically what they saying.

  18. By SHIP on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    How in the world can they type that BS without laughing at themselves?…SERIOUSLY? Haaaaaaa!

  19. By SHIP on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Like yeah…we & Jim H. want FG’s instead of TD’s. Yeah…thats what we prefer. Do you even read your BS? Thats what we striving for. Forget the fact that we lacked WR’s and addressed that issue full throttle during the offseason that EVERYONE but them noticed was the #1 issue.

  20. By Micah on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Best D in football forsure and thats our starters! Wow look past that to our backups who played limited snaps last season: Dobbs come on I see great things from him from what little we got to see, Aldon will be a fulltime starter this year and fleming will be taking his spot when he gets healthy again. Culliver was a beast for a rookie DB and will be one of the best in the league in the coming years. Brock made huge steps in the right direction our DBs are loaded baby. Best safetys in the league, Dashon is my favorite safety in the league and thats my jersey choice for this season and if I can also Aldon Smith. Really you cant go wrong with any player on our D and with the way our coach and GM draft we will only keep adding to our stable. Can I say the Steelers and Ravens no longer hold the crown for the most dominant Defense and our D will go down in history as one of the best. Coach Harbaugh is here to stay and for the first time in a long time we will have the chance to start another dynasty and bring back the true Niner glory!!!!!

  21. By jeromy on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Alex = field goals SERIOUSLY!!!!!!!!!!

  22. By jeromy on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    so ifn you be wanting Alex, you be wanting field goals basic logic kookster

  23. By jeromy on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    good news, Alex was able to hit the broad side of a large barn from 20, 30, even 40 yards away, beyond that it was hopeless

  24. By jeromy on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Alex is such a nice guy, i just found out that he wants to start again this year because he feels like it is the best chance for Akers to break the kicking record he set last year

  25. By jeromy on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    I love that we will be playing GB first game, it will give the rest of the league notice when our defense shuts down the best offense

  26. By rjdniner on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    jeromy see if you can work out a deal and you go get tebow .

  27. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    ok so now i have to type like this so you all can read it.

  28. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    fine short tidbits are for the small minded …yet wait ..no you all have huge imaginations thinking that alex derserved kudos when he ..didnt go to probowl ….only managed to average barely a TD per game over the season ….our kicker and punter went to the probowl and the kicker broke records …….now seriously if that wa said about any other team what would you say

  29. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    prob somthing like hey their QB will get better ….or he practices real great ….or wow that is a good QB setting up his kicker like that they must be bro’s ……..NOT every one of you would say yeah that QB blows lol ..ok maybe not everyone of you since most actually believe in luck dragons or rather QB dragons that will make alex be able to read a defense let alone throw over the line and not get the ball batted down …have to check but i believe it was like 30 times maybe more ….was ugly to watch …….come on people it is the weekend and the site shuts down till monday …get with it ..where is the guy who has seen everygame from the stadium and refuses to acknowledge anyone who watches games on TV

  30. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    just mixing the pot stay sharp …and watch out for checkpoints

  31. By 49er hit squad on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    the ravens and our defense are alot alike,,stout against the run,,giving up limited amount of points,,and getting turn-overs,,they are very similar rjd,,dont know why you would say that comparison is crazy,,

  32. By ftgambit on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Jeromy’s an idiot! I just found out sorry guys would have posted sooner

  33. By dave g. on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    So Jeromy, according to your basic logic Harbaugh wants field goals. Yeah thats logical. What a joke!

  34. By dave g. on May 18, 2012 | Reply

    Mixing the pot? Eleven Years the only thing getting mixed is the eggs you beat every Saturday morning when you and Jeromy sleep in together with breakfast in bed.

  35. By rjdniner on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Ok why do we have to be compared? To some others def granted I see your point, saying crazy ok little bit over the top, we don’t need to compare our def to any other teams def, we as sports fans always use someone else as a measuring stick. When it comes to sports thank goodness no two people think a like that would be BORING.

  36. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Lone live the ‘Forty F_cken Niners’ here here!
    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONINERS!

  37. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    9ers news is so weak all we can do is address numb-nut’s ?

  38. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    with all this attention he’s in his ,,, aahhh why even go on ?
    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONINERS!

  39. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    maybe the talking heads don’t think much of the San Francisco Forty Niners, BUT the league offices such do ! Our schedule is as tough as I seen in awhile, and if the nfc-w has improved as much as I believe it has? The only break we get is Halftime !
    But the tougher it gets ,,, the better we get ……..
    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONINERS!

  40. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    “league offices such do ” League offices sure do, thank you:)

  41. By rjdniner on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Basil you mention the schedules yes its going to be tough, but this year with all the prep work and draft and what we all read, and besides it the same old song and dance they do every year, NFL front office isn’t going to change any time soon . Those first 4 games are going to be our teams own measuring stick

  42. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    @rjd: yep! couldn’t agree couldn’t with ya anymore more:)
    but is doesn’t end at 4 games, its tough all the way through.
    and everybody has the same GOAL, and we have a target on our back!

  43. By jeromy on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    pay attention kooks, JH doesnt want Alex(pursuit of Peyton) he is just stuck with him for the moment, i dont want to hear anymore about it

  44. By rjdniner on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Basil we know that our division the quality of play as jump and that is a direct result of each teams making the right decision for the future. Somebody mention that the patriots, s easy schedule look at the bills and what they got .hey I can still remember when we used to own the nfc west . We don’t have a QB problem, I see a debate coming on that, and we don’t have to worry about a coaching carousal for at least 2 more years .

  45. By rjdniner on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Do bad we’ve had to endure your bashing ALEX for quit some time.deal with it

  46. By gary potter on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    jeromy: don’t want to hear anymore. i have solution for you. GET HELL OFF BLOG.

  47. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    and yet another post goes Poof

  48. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Jeromy you’re getting quality advice here, now its up to you
    just TAKE IT… ! Nobody will think less of you, how could they ?

  49. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Jeromy, lets try this okay? I think everybody here understand that you don’t like Alex Smith as our starting QB!
    And that you feel he will not finish the season as our starting QB! We all get that! So if you’re not just baiting us tell us who!
    Who would you like to be our starting QB, picking from our
    Roster. And why, what does that player show you?
    Let me hear some positives from you okay, or are you just baiting us?

  50. By Ladybug on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    I got really curious (woman that I am)…and went over to the Green Bay Packers website, and guess what? It seems the Packers are still on vacation !

    They are on a “tailgate” tour….visiting schools (playing with the kids at recess)…high schools, showing the boys football fundamentals…eating at local diners and getting their picture taken with a nifty t-shirt from the diner….and in general just putzing around. The big headline was “QUARTERBACK TRYOUTS START NEXT WEEK”. Hmmm….they haven’t decided on a starting quarterback yet?
    Now, I know the WHOLE team isn’t on this “tailgate tour”…but why aren’t they all in training camp? Seems pretty laid back when the season is creeping up on them.

    I know I’m not the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to football training, but it looks like they aren’t at all gearing up for the new season. Don’t get me wrong, I am glad they are doing this…..the 49ers play them in the first game….let’s hope they continue their laid back ways.

    Or am I reading something wrong here????? hmmmmm.

  51. By rjdniner on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Ladybug, small group of players doing that, they’ll be ready when we play them. Just thinking about the match up’s that going to be happing, to many to write about.

  52. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    yeah our defense should not be lumped in with any other …we proved that last year with 5 wins by the defense alone and another 4 by special teams ……the coach is a motivator and a straight up guy do yur job or we WILL find someone better….rock on niners be the defense to beat …..we shall see how the QB does later ……….woot cant wait for preseason and see the talent rise to the top

  53. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    NO! We win and loss as a team, pure and simple! And if you were to ask any player on this team, they would tell you the same thing. Every play has an effect on the next play and so on, No one play or player wins or loses a game, thats just the way it Cause and efect

  54. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Ladybug, ” Seems pretty laid back when the season is creeping up on them” I like the day you look at it, they’ve been putting it to us for quite a while. Soooo maybe we could come in the back door, pay our respects and leave quietly?
    I mean I’m just saying ….
    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONINERS!

  55. By rjdniner on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    Basil it ironic that were talking about a game that 3.5 months away. What I would really like to see is a video of there practice not that stuff on 49 TV they don’t show enough .back to watching Nascar all star race…..

  56. By Basil on May 19, 2012 | Reply

    I agree, but like I’ve said this is the earliest that I’ve been this worked up, guess it because of the long dark years ?

  57. By 49er hit squad on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    @ ladybug,,they are duing OTA’s just like everyone else,,no team can not do them they are mandated by the league,,they just start a bit after everyone else

  58. By SHIP on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    Jeromy…NEWS FLASH! WE DON’T CARE WHAT YO WANT TO HEAR! You an idiot. PERIOD. YOU WILL HEAR IT BECAUSE YOU SAY STUPID SH!T. THE OFFER WAS ON THE TABLE TO SIGN ALEX WAY BEFORE THEY EVEN THOUGHT ABOUT PEYTON AND NEVER CONSIDERED “ANYONE ELSE”. They could have brought in MATT FLYNN OR TRADED FOR SOMEONE OR DRAFTED SOMEONE. FORGET THAT? I CALL IT SELECTIVE MEMORY.They brought in Josh Johnson. Yeah, they sound like they tried really hard to replace him but settled. Yeah you keep telling yourself that JH & BAALKE are that incompetent to help you feel right. What a joke. YOU WILL CONTINUE TO HEAR IT DUMB@SS & I would like to see you do something about it.

  59. By SHIP on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    And Jeromy you do realize the word “kook” you keep using does not have the same connotation it did for our grand parents today. So unless you are in your 90′s you are accusing us of someone posing very hard as a surfer or skateboarder. Your stupidity and inaccuracy with facts never ceases to amaze me. HAAAAAAAA! What an idiot.

  60. By SHIP on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    Baalke’s & Harbaugh’s actions this offseason is as clear as crystal dumb@ss! They loaded up on OFFENSIVE WEAPONS to help the QB “BECAUSE THEY SEE WE WERE HURTING FOR WR”S!!!!!!” . Does that tell you they were trying really hard to replace the QB?????? Its very obvious by their actions what the problem was…DO YOU CHOOSE NOT TO SEE THAT?, but just that weJUST TALKED to Peyton because ALEX did not signed his offer right away. An offer that if he signed right away Peyton does not even visit. WR’S WERE THE NUMBER #1 TARGET THIS OFFSEASON JUST LIKE WE SAID. WE WERE RIGHT AND YOU WERE WRONG! You two idiots aka Eleven & Jeromy are the only two who seem to be blind to that fact!!!!!!! Baalke and Harbaugh did what we said…NOT WHAT YOU SAID. SO IF YOU DISAGREE WITH US, YOU DISAGREE WITH THEM! And if you don’t like what they doing, go find another team.

  61. By rjdniner on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    Ship yes 100% we all know Alex wanted more money, so he decided to play hard ball if Alex didn’t sign we all know that C K could’ve went and our back up would’ve been Tolzin and jeromy you go right on ahead and continue with what your doing ……

  62. By jeromy on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    oh ship, 1st, kook–”anyone who needs help adding 2 + 2″, 2nd– you do not know if they were courting any other QBs, the coaches are pretty good at keeping secrets. 3rd–we targeted WRs because CK will need someone to throw to. and D–& i believe i was the one who said they would pursue Peyton, a month before they did, so hahaha

  63. By jeromy on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    and maybe most important, why are you SO MAD at my comments, oh I know, its just like when that guy tried to prove that the earth was round when everyone thought it was flat, PEOPLE GET MAD WHEN YOU ARE SPEAKING THE TRUTH

  64. By jeromy on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    has anyone else noticed that the guy who keeps blowing it for the Lakers looks just like Alex? Maybe choking is a genetic trait?

  65. By jeromy on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    Basil, to answer your question ANY ONE OF OUR BACKUPS, would do better than a scared qb who chokes under pressure and does not have the ability to carry the team, ANY ONE OF THEM

  66. By gary potter on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    jeromy: i thought you didn’t want to hear any more. what are you doing running off your mouth? the majority of the blog that disagrees with your posts are true 49er fans not some no nothing. get the point??

  67. By Ladybug on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    Jeromy: do I need to remind you that JH and Baalke did not PURSUE Peyton?
    They did what they did, to goose Alex into signing. I don’t think they ever had any intention of signing Peyton. Alex was being hamstrung by his agent, taking too long, trying to up the ante, having him fly off to hither and yon so they could broker a better deal.

    Didn’t work…they settled….all is well.

    Niners FOREVER ! !

  68. By rjdniner on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    Hey, Jeremy is probably laughing his a$$ off right now,

  69. By rjdniner on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    Basil you mention long dark years lets not forget lean, the one thing that I hope JIM does not have do, is that helmet @shoulder routing with Alex he shouldn’t have to do that to get Alex going ..

  70. By rjdniner on May 20, 2012 | Reply

    ALEX IS THE QB NO DOUGHT

  71. By Vortex on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    You all are crazy!

    Before Harbaugh and his awesome coaching staff our best Pro-Bowl player was
    OUR PUNTER, Andy Lee!!!

    Even before Willis.

    Have some trust in what Harbs and Ballke do.

  72. By rjdniner on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    3 years after he became a 49er to get to the pro bowl, vortex left your self wide open aging .

  73. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    @ ladybug,umm, alex did get more money than what was originally offered,,he got more guaranteed money but not a longer term deal,,just saying,,so,yeah,his agents stratagey worked to some degree,,so saying it didnt work isnt totally accurate

  74. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    why do you people tell everyone to ignore the garbage our two resident blog clowns post,,and then spend the rest of the day telling them how wrong they are? practice what you preach,,all you guys do is fuel their fire everytime you respond to a post of theirs,,keep it current,,too much player and stadium current info to talk about

  75. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    like todays ground breaking milestone for our new stadium construction,,you will see it later today on morning tailgate may 21 I am sure

  76. By rjdniner on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    So what was the first one for

  77. By rjdniner on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    and this one is for what reason .

  78. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    I guess you’ll just have to wait and see

  79. By dave g. on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    So…let me get this straight. Jeromy is trying to convince ALL of us that Harbaugh & Baalke were trying to get everyone under the sun to come play for us be because ALEX sucked that bad BUT failed to do so. Somehow it sounds like he is calling them incompetent. Hmmmmm….thats basically what they saying. BUT somehow were able to fill all other needed postions. There is ZERO LOGIC to what they are saying. Its all emotional & personal BS so logic has been seriously clouded. If ALEX is as bad as THEY ARE SAYING it seems logical that they would DO A LOT MORE THAN JUST USE PEYTON for leveraging negotiations with ALEX or just have secretive talks that thye were REJECTED ON? Can we say IDIOTS?!.

  80. By rjdniner on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    I encourage a cretin someone to continue to do what he’s doing and from what I’ve read that as fare as it goes for him. As for the matchups that are going to accrue between use and the Vikings, Justin and there 1st pick the tackle from southern cal he remains me of Toney BOSALIE that’s going to be fun to watch.

  81. By Basil on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    name one ,,, just couldn’t do it ,, !

  82. By rjdniner on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    do i need too , i think everyone knows who i mean

  83. By rjdniner on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    or are you talking about viking and niners matchups.

  84. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    sorry rjd I couldnt make any sense out of your last post

  85. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    there are just too many spelling errors to understand what you are saying,,,here is a suggestion buddy,,slow down when typing so we can better understand what your talking about,,just a friendly suggestion

  86. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    and the “milestone” the news was talking about was the arrival of the first trucks to begin the new stadium construction

  87. By 49er hit squad on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    cretin,,fare,,,remains,,toney,,baslie,,see what I mean,,slow down buddy,,certain,,far,,reminds,,Tony,,Boselli

  88. By rjdniner on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    I wonder how much those driver’s get per hour, and how fare they have To go for each trip, been there done that. 49er, sometimes I forget to use my spell check.

  89. By dave g. on May 21, 2012 | Reply

    ….And from all accounts the Jeromina & Eleven the NFL DRAFT & TRADING is far from secretive BUT somehow they did not feel a need to swing acquiring a QB at anytime. So from all your delusional blogs our GM & Coach are incompetent. Because remember your argument is with them BECAUSE THEY THE ONES WHO BROUGHT HIM BACK. We simply agree with them. “HELLO, YOU PLAY TO WIN THE GAME”!!!! HELLO ~ Herb Edwards

  90. By J.R. Baca Albuquerque New Mexico SF 49er on May 22, 2012 | Reply

    jeromy and eleven years need to get a life or get married, they make a great couple. They always agree with one another and have been for a long time. If your not been happy with Alex, just leave our team and go join the loser Raiders. They will change their tune once Alex becomes one of the best QB’s in the NFL. They will be praising him. This team has been in building mode since Alex started and now is their time to flourish, now we have an awesome team, best team ever to grace our 49er fields. These 2 clowns don’t know anything about creating a powerful team, it takes time, determination and hard work.

    49ers forever

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