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Training Camp Report: Aug. 4

Posted by Taylor Price on August 4, 2012 – 8:21 PM

Things became more competitive between the offense and defense during a night practice at 49ers Training Camp presented by HP. Following two days of dominance by Vic Fangio’s crew, the 49ers offense rebounded to make a number of plays against last year’s second-best scoring defense.

For starters, San Francisco’s starting offense punched in a touchdown from two-yards out in a live, short-yardage goal-line period. Coincidentally, the touchdown came from converted tight end Demarcus Dobbs who was wearing a No. 40 practice jersey. No official word on a potential uniform change, but Dobbs got behind Patrick Willis’ coverage to haul in a 3-yard pass from Alex Smith in the back right corner of the end zone.

The second-team defense did its part to stop Colin Kaepernick and the second-team offense on the second short-yardage goal-line drive. The third-team offense, however, picked up another score when Kendall Hunter plunged in from 1-yard on third-down and goal.  It’s worth noting that Scott Tolzien and Josh Johnson also took second-team reps in later periods of practice.

Let’s take a look at the top highlights from Saturday evening.

-Mike Iupati was absent again from practice, presumably to spend more time with his newborn child.

-Special teams period saw the group work on coffin-corner punting. A.J. Jenkins worked with the gunners while Ted Ginn Jr., Kyle Williams and LaMichael James fielded punts on the adjacent practice field.

-Wide receiver-defensive back one-on-ones were competitive on both sides. Chris Culliver failed to record an interception for the fourth consecutive practice, but did record a pass breakup on Johnson’s deep in route intended for Brett Swain during the period. On the far field, tight end Delanie Walker beat Willis on a go route while linebackers and running backs. Jenkins made his best reception of camp in the period, hauling in a deep sideline route as he was interfered with by Tramaine Brock. Chris Owusu closed out the period with a nice catch off a double-move route. Randy Moss even chimed in with praise towards the undrafted wideout.

-The opening red zone period saw complete jubilation from Dobbs’ touchdown catch and Hunter’s short touchdown run. The second-team defense, however, was stopped at the goal-line when Anthony Dixon picked up 1-yard on a third-and-goal carry from the 4-yard line.

-Two-minute offense saw Johnson work with the second-team and complete a 20-yard pass to tight end Konrad Reuland and a 10-yard comeback to Jenkins at the expense of Brock. A hand to the face penalty on guard Derek Hall, called by Harbaugh himself, ended the drill for Johnson and the second-team.

-Things fared better for the offense in a later move the ball period. Alex Smith and the first-team unit picked up four first downs to set up a field goal attempt from David Akers.

-Red zone 7-on-7 work late in practice saw Smith complete short touchdowns to Williams and Moss against the first-team defense. Williams scored on a slant pattern against Tarell Brown, while Moss’ score came on a slant route against Carlos Rogers.

-In a team period from midfield, Scott Tolzien’s pass was tipped at the line and intercepted by starting outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks. Other highlights from team periods were provided by Perrish Cox, who knocked down an unsuspecting Dixon on a run play and later recorded a pass breakup to close out one of the final team periods.

-One funny observation from post practice involved the rookie wideouts. Jenkins, Owusu, Nathan Palmer and Brian Tyms sprinted to the juggs machine to catch passes before Vernon Davis and Moss could get there first.

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83 Responses to “Training Camp Report: Aug. 4”

  1. By ladale on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    Looks like Kapernick was simply a product of an exotic offense in college after all. Disappointed

  2. By Roy R on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    Get that work in gentlemen. I feel unfinished business this year and these rookie wideouts are coming for your job Crabtree! Get to work homie

  3. By jeromy on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    tick tock, tick tock, only a month to go before Alex says goodbye to his starting job, seriously, what excuses can he have now???????????????

  4. By ace on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    what are u talking about jeromy seriously ?

  5. By jeromy on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    comeon Ace, you seriously think that after choking for 7 straight years, that now all of a sudden he will be elite?

  6. By jeromy on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    there will be no excuses this year & his inadequaciesw ill shine BRIGHT on a team chocked full of KILLERS!!!!

  7. By jeromy on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    he will find a way to quietely back out & run for the hills with the $70 million he has stolen from this franchise!!!!

  8. By Jerry on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    It sounds to me like Tolzein and Johnson are making up ground in the back up QB race against Kaepernick. Wouldn’t be surprised after the preseason to see either (or both) of them higher on the depth chart than Kaep. Make no mistake, this is Alex’s team. I got used to having winning seasons with him at Utah. I’m loving it even more now with my Niners.

  9. By jeromy on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    TRUE FACT: he has ben here for 7 years, & they have not sold one single #11 jersey, thousands of them just rotting away in the wherehouse, more $ wasted on this bust!!!

  10. By greg K on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    Some of you need to take a hike and not look back. Last I knew, people cheered for a team and the players on that team. Others sit back and hope for someone to falter so they can say” told ya so.” Alex D Smith is a good QB, maybe he didn’t start of the greatest even though he had such a stellar supporting cast, but he is not done yet. Aaron Rogers is on record as saying he would have floundered given the lack of talent surrounding Smith when he was thrown in as starter.

  11. By Jerry on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    Jeromy – I have three # 11’s myself. I can count another 30 or so between my friends who are Niner faithful and Utah fans.

  12. By donnie white on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    alex = al-ex(cuses)

  13. By John F on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    Obviously Jeromy has never been to a 49ers game. There are tons of 11 jerseys being worn. I have bought one. So I guess that should say Totally Made Up Fact: You are making yourself look like an idiot.

  14. By bj on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    It is so painfully obvious that in your mind the topic is not the 49ers, not Alex Smith, not Jim Harbaugh, not the great niners D, not the niners STs, no it is YOU. Everything, is about you, how you feel, what you want (more attention), why can’t people step forwand and recognize your wisdom? It is just so sad that you don’t get the attention and recognition that you know you so richly deserve.

  15. By E Garcia on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    People Jeromy are not needed..this guy doesn’t know what he is talking about. chocker ? Alex Smith did a great job last year..and will do the same this year.how did Alex choke last year.it wasn’t Alex’s fault that kyle had them two deadley fumbles in overtime..like i said this Jeromy dude doesn’t know what he is talking about, and is certainly no Niner fan..GO ALEX…..GO NINERS !

  16. By jeromy on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    you guys are sooooooo wrong, i want the 49ers to win, this guy is a choke artist, now keep blowing smoke up his bung all you want, that doesnt change anything!!!

  17. By jeromy on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    if by the slightest chance i am wrong i will apologize, but i have had enuff, if he doesnt come out performing like an elite QB, he needs to move on & give back the $ he stole!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thats all i have to say about that!!!

  18. By Zinger on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    Choke artist? How many come from behind wins did he do last season? Like 5?

  19. By Rich on Aug 4, 2012 | Reply

    Of course of course , a 13-3 record and a couple of bone head plays away from playing in the super bowl and we still have idiots complaining about Alex Smith.

    What can I say , some people are just ungrateful.

  20. By Rob on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Seriously? How can you call Alex Smith a choke artist after last season? Did you not watch the Divisional playoff game against Saints that will go down as one of the best playoff games in the history of the NFL? I believe he was second only to Eli in game winning drives last season.
    Also if you have really watched the niners for the past seven years you should know that, maybe with the exception of Norv Turner, all of our Offensive coordinators have been jokes. On top of that our best receiver during Alex’s early years was Arnez Battle.
    Alex Smith is no Joe Montana, but the way our team is built right now he is more than capable of taking us to and winning a Super Bowl. A Top 5 Defense, Special Teams, and Run Game is more than you need to win. Throw in a QB that only threw 5 interceptions last season and will probably add at least ten TD’s this year and I would call that a team of Destiny. So stop complaining (This isn’t Philadelphia) and appreciate the fact that for the first time in ten years we have a team that can compete for a Superbowl!

  21. By Warmonger on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    truth is Alex has been there sven years but has only played two full seasons look it up JEROMY and he is the blame for the teams past woes

  22. By Warmonger on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    and his last full season two fumbles from superbowl

  23. By Rick in Round Rock on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Here we go again with ALEX give it up already..
    Who Has It Better Than Us!!!

  24. By Dave on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Congratulations on the new baby Mike Lupati!

  25. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    uhhh lol you guys ….forgot allready our kicker went to the probowl and scored more points than rice in a season …that was the 13-3 record …feel me …alex was the same if not even more average because it was obvious the coach told him to throw the ball away ..or check down if the first read was bad ….that is a fact and it is not disputed…..alex has 1 last chance to get it right …i dont see it happening he still has major problems with his footwork …reads ….he telegraphs too much and cant look off a safety to save his life ….not to mention he still stands there like a deer in headlights on 3rd down when everyone knows the blitz is coming …..and alex just stares down field and takes the sack …..thanks alex .

  26. By Tommy W on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    @ Jeromy… we will all be here at the end of February saying “we told you so”.. Did you ever watch Smith in college. Better than Rodgers in my opinion, better than Brady… Those guys stepped into great organized football teams. Rodgers had Farvre, and Brady had Bledsoe. Smith had no one. The guy can play. 49ers were in turmoil. Coach after coach. Coordinator after coordinator. And a really crumby offense. If Smith is such a choke artist, when did he choke this past season? Not much really… Only real issues the team had were red zone scoring. But I’m not here to argue, I’m here to help see the whole picture and all the details of why things happened the way they did. I think if Smith was drafted to Green Bay instead of Rodgers, he’d have a ring. But that’s speculation. Anyway.. Let’s just support the great team we have, the great team that’s only getting better and no pick at all the faults of the past…. Proud of the Rd n’ Gold!!! 49ers for life.. Peace

  27. By The Bazz on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    I own a #11 jersey and i wear it every home game that the 49ers have! Alex is a 49er, so i got his back! Yes he has been there are 7 years and has not been the best prroducer. However that is due to the changes that has been around him for the 7purpose years that he has been there. Joe Montana, Steve Young and Jeff Garcia struggled at first. The 49ers went through the same 10book year slump in the 70’s, changes included. Then Bill Walsh came and changed thiings for us, just like what we see now. We will win the Super Bowl THIS YEAR WITTH ALEX SMITH GO 9ERS!

  28. By 9ersfan94 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    jeromy seriously you should just stop talking. the more you talk the more ignorant you sound. last year should have been enough to prove to you. ungrateful is right. what have you ever done for the 9ers?? exactly! maybe you should go kill yourself! ha!

  29. By Nes49 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Good to hear the offense improving. This team didn’t have the luxury of Training Camp last season & to read that we are getting better with each session? Can’t wait for the season to start.

  30. By 9er 9er on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Eleven Years and Jeromy are one and the same. Just look at the style of writing He’s using a different pseudonym to make us believe there’s more than one donkey out there that’s wants to denigrate Alex to the point of nonsense. 11, how pathetic you are…

  31. By truefaith49 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    well said tommy

  32. By ShaneWig on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Here’s hoping that Alex will have another great season. I don’t understand how a fan of this team can be so negative about a player. After Alex’s season last year what more can he do right now? The least you could do is support him for the time being while he is actually doing his job. I would love to see Alex have a great season, even though that won’t shut up some of the negative nancys in this fanbase.

  33. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    guys alex is blowing in camp allready if he was that good he would be getting cheers and jeers from the press all he is getting is same old alex …..sorry guys …he is the weakest link ……goodbye

  34. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    alex is an average QB with little or no NFL skill….you can talk about college all you like this is the NFL you said it yourself …he was good in college but he has no game no chip no grit …he is a goofy kid who got thrown a lot of money at for no reason now we get the kid who wants to try but has no skills …let him go he will be replaced ….just as he was all his 7 years

  35. By # 1 D-FENSE 2012 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply


  36. By # 1 D-FENSE 2012 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    coach andy reid, go to your family, they need you now more than ever, football should be irrelevant for you now and in the fore-seeable future,
    GOD bless your wife and family, pain will subside,but your sons memory will live on forever in the kingdom of heaven, GODS promise to uss all

  37. By 9er 9er on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    It is sad beyond words. A father isn’t supposed to bury his son.

  38. By DMT on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    This is to “Eleven years with Alex” I read your post, and as hard as I was trying, I couldn’t find anything not true about your statement. That being said, i do believe Alex mental toughness makes up for him not being a natural. With the offensive additions, and playing in the same system back to back years for what I believe is the first time in his pro career, let’s give him a chance. No more excuses after this.

  39. By kirk on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    It does’nt matter who is what or what is who. As a team they are going to win and get the respect they deserve. from everyone. And the 49ers WAY is going to be holding trophy number six. THEY WILL WIN.

  40. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    fair enough …i just cant handle it when some say heis the guy and he is awesome hte defense carried him ast year …as did the kicker ….i hope he can for the rest of the teams sake …but i can not believe it with what i have seen …he is too far off

  41. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    just one thing …can you give an example of …his mental toughness ….i think it is taking the team and telling em we are going to score and this is how we are going to do it …..regardless of who you have out there …..the offense quit on alex after 3 quarters of check downs in the giants game …we had several picks and turnovers and nothing …

  42. By ELEVEN YEARS WITH ALEX on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    and most of the alex scoring was done with the scripted plays ….on the fly oh man horrible

  43. By Jerry on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Alex is our guy. I’ve heard nothing but the good he’s done in training camp all off season. Folks tend to forget coming back from 20 down against the Eagles, the 4th down touchdown to Walker in Detroit, scoring TWICE against the Saints in the playoffs. Alex was a championship caliber QB last year, and he’ll only get better this year. It wasn’t Alex that lost the NFCC game, it was our wideouts. 1 reception for 3 yards, and Williams fumbling. That’s all behind us. We’ve got nothing but good going for this team this year. Quit complaining about Alex. Or follow another team.

  44. By DJWW on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Title: “Training Camp Report: Aug. 4″

    Shouldn’t that be “49ers Training Camp presented by HP Report: Aug. 4″

    I don’t know how much HP paid for that privilege but I’m not sure it was worth me having to read it all the time

  45. By rainforestkid3 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Alex Smith is gonna rip it up this year. Just watch.

  46. By rainforestkid3 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Alex Smith is gonna be a top quarterback this year. Just watch.

  47. By niners fan. on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    wow ther some crazy chat going on now, coach hands a play book to the qb with a short time to get ready 4 a new season,sign him 2 a one yr deal to see what he can do, and they go 13 n3 , give him a new contract, wow what moor do you need, coachs beleav why not you. just saying, go niner.

  48. By dwight on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    well there seems to be a lot of alex is this or alex is that in these comments is giving him 7 years to prove himself a long time sure but at the end of the day he is still the quarterback, is he a great or elite quarterback? no but he is still the quarterback and after the years of nolan and singletary loading all the blame on his shoulders because he’s the qb the face if you will instead of doing what good coaches do they took the easy out. its an unfortunate reality that defensive coordinators turned head coaches sort of neglect the offense in favor of the defense (i do realize there are exceptions to that).i will give nolan and co props for laying the blueprint for the defense we have now but also put the carpet of shame at their doorstep for neglecting the offense. and through all of this alex has persevered mentally and to that i say cheers. over the last season and a half we finally got to see glimpses of him getting it and moving forward. i would suggest that some of the fans do that as well after all no one is perfect no one is the best at anything there is always room for improvement so why not just sit back and enjoy all the positive steps forward that our team has made and hope that we see alex and company take the next step forward as a team

  49. By Dave on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    The way I see it, if we had Brees or Brady or Manning, we wouldnt have the rest of our team. I like our team and I like Alex as our Qb.By the end of 2013, Alex will earn an extension and if its a big one, there goes our team! Unless the cap goes up then.

  50. By budman3633 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    You got this !!!!!! Alex Smith !!!!!! GO D keep up the good work !!!!!!

  51. By 9er 9er on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Because of the cap Alex took a pay cut a few years back to help keep players. Wouldn’t surprise me if he would do it again. For all he has been through and no matter what others say negatively about him…he’s a winner in my book.

  52. By ace on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    lots of non elite qb’s have superbowl rings like jim mcmahon did anyone ever call him an elite quarterback only in jest….anyway defense wins championships duh and alex smith won the espy for best game last year so did we forget him beating the saints with the last winning drive…awesome game management there so dont give alex credit whatever i wear # 11 goo niners !!!!

  53. By 49erssmash on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    teams always blits on 3rd. alex.has to relax and see other receivers besides his check down and we will start picking up 1st downs ,and at the same time make the D pay for blitsing. more vernon

  54. By ace on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    p.s i could only afford to buy a cheap one at target cuz that stuff is a rip off…lol

  55. By Brodie70 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    @ 11 Years, you want mental toughnesss, you want leadership, you want game winning ability????? Saints Vs 49ers. Playoffs 2011 Smith showed you it all!!! I didn’t see you crying about how bad he was or is supposed to be then. Grow up already!!! Quit hanging it on 1 guy. Takes a team to win and takes a team to loose!!!

  56. By Brodie70 on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    Also the team lost to the Giants. You could try to hang it on Williams or Smith. But it was the team that lost not them individually.

  57. By sactown on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    @ 11 years mental toughness is measured by how how react to criticism or losing something along those lines.. Alex hasn’t given up.. Hasn’t blamed the receivers or the coordinators he had.. He just kept showing up and trying.. he took a pay reduction.. He wants to earn his spot.. Its not about money for him.. He chose to stay in SF instead of run away even tho the fans were booing him every game.. That’s mental toughness..

    And if you watch any games you can see he has multiple plays to choose from at the line of scrimmage.. He made a number of plays on the fly.. So think before you speak lil boy

  58. By MexicanNinerFan on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    In my opinion, am i wrong or some comments appear to be from a same conference team fan who is jealous about not having i dont say elite but an averge QB and im wrong even calling smith average cause he was outstanding last season im just trying to make a point. Flynn/Jackson? Bradford? Kolb/Skelton?, again in my opinon i have to say the NINERS have the best QB of the conference, so all of you who are not a NINER team fan or at least your posts show that, your teams also have a home page and articles you can trash talk!

    ps. congrats to Iupati on his newborn child (our next pro bowler, i hope he deserves it)

    Also im shoked with our special teams return specialists MEN IM EAGER, I CANT WAIT for the season to start, i dont care if its preseason i need some FOOTBALL! WHOS GOT IT BETTER THAN US! NOOBODY! GO NINERS!

  59. By MexicanNinerFan on Aug 5, 2012 | Reply

    And btw to one who said alex have 1 more chance to get it right….didnt haters said that same thing last year? Nevertheless we all know how that year came out!

  60. By truefaith49 on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    new year same haters/

  61. By layzie16 on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    @ jeromy and elevenyears ( same person any ways) get a fkn clue you moron…how could a fkn kicker lead a team without his QB…last i heard teams kickoff and punt…the average starting field for the Niners last year was around our own 40 yard line…so we still had to drive the ball atleast 20 yards for Akers to score a FG…how dog dum can you be…GET OVER THE PAST…you didnt pay him squat so get over that as well…your some childish fk that cant get over being wrong…and you are really starting to annoy some REAL FANS…or atleast it shows in the dislikes for your comments

  62. By layzie16 on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    what happened in those games that Akers started missing field goals…it was in some of the more important ones too…im not getting on David Akers but im just saying it doesnt matter who carries who…this team is about winning not differentiating the good and the bad…you must have been a Traider before you came here…or a Cowgirl…those are the only fans that i know hang their QB out to dry

  63. By layzie16 on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    and you liking your own comments is just pathetic…it shows how desperate some ignorant donkeys can be

  64. By layzie16 on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    to the haters it will always be irrelevant what Alex accomplishes…they are stuffing their mouths with spew of garbage…too much for them to even handle…do any of you think for one second that these cowards will take back their words??? when Alex proves them wrong AGAIN they will run for the hills and never be heard of again…then slowly they will creep back with their tails between their legs

  65. By layzie16 on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    …claiming to be Niner fans…but lets not forget their stupidity…i know i will remind them forever

  66. By NinerFanFromTonga on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    How can anyone say anything bad about Alex Smith after this training report. Lets see, the defense had a couple of good days of dominance over the offense, today the offense came out and handled the defense, and Alex was a great part of that come back. Progress, and improvements. kudos to Alex, kudos for the defense for giving it raw to the offense.

    Goooooo NIners Gooooooo

  67. By donald on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    alex smith isnt an elite QB but i would say he is pretty good now that he has a coach that will take time to train him instead of throwing him in an F-ed up franchise and think he would magicly win he only threw 5 picks in the regular season and did you not watch the saints game that was pretty clutch to me and now he got a whole offseason with jim i dont know about these guys who think alex smith sucks maybe you should do some research and i dont wanna hear about the last 7 years and i dont wanna hear him compared to aron rogers the QB who sat for 5 or 6 years behind brett that my 2cents

  68. By KDB on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    Nuff SAID on ALEX he’s the man. I’m out this season as he has, or as COACH HARBAUGH recently said. Many of you look CLUELESS and that would include ANYONE at this point who has ripped on ALEX. You simply didn’t understand the game of football but you wanted to show people you thought you did, but YOU DON’T.

    That argument is over. Alex loses his job only by injury.

    Good for him to have made you folks that bashed him, simply look like what COACH HARBAUGH has labeled you, CLUELESS.



  69. By KDB on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    Hey layzie16 and all good NIBER FANS,

    Eleven and Jeomy are brain damaged from their ELECTIVE time spent at the JERRY SANDUSKY Football Camp. You can forgive them. They wanted to go back there again this yr but, OH WELL its in the news now!

  70. By KDB on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    I want my last post to be about the NINERS not 2 FOOLS.

    GO NINERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  71. By PCOLANINER4LIFE on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    SO HAPPY the season is apon us! I am really looking forward to a GREAT year for my beloved Niners!! All of us TRUE FANS are not listening to all the haters and nay-sayers about our team!! We love our team way too much to acknowledege you and your hatred for the 49ers!! What we will do is NOT bow down to your level and spew hatred towards you and / or teams in general! It WILL be a great year for the Niners…!! And there is NOTHING that you can do about it…except type yourself silly with your rants…!! GO NINERS!!! Complete the mission!!!


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  74. By Vince on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    I hate to say it cause I loved them all but this defense may even be better than the 94 defense that we once had. What an awesome accomplishment to build back a young squad with this much talent. And oh, BTW, go offense! Niners take it all the way Baby!

  75. By shawn on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    all you negative people need to get out of here, your not true 49ers fans, you think harbuagh would really just let anyone start for him? This dude is a football maniac he dont take anything lightly! So all you Negative Fake 49ers fans go join the Cowboys banwagon and let us true 49ers fans s it back and get ready for one of our best seasons ever!!!!

  76. By alwaysaninerfan on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    to eleven and jeromy…..i’d like to see you on the field and do what the QB’s have to do…..A lot of big talk that you probably wouldn’t be able to do for 5 minutes. I give Alex props for sticking with it when you have a new coach every other year and a new offensive coordinator every year. Especially when they aren’t offensively driven. since Harbaugh is there now, he’s actually getting taught what he should have been taught when he was first drafted. It’s all about coaching….

  77. By 9er9ers on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    Things are looking good so far. You guys have to remember the offense are playing against one of the best, THE BEST, defense in the league so imagine what our offense would look like when they face other teams defense.

  78. By 9er9ers on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    Our defense is one of the toughest in the league, imagine how good our offense will get when they played against other opposing defense. Yep things are looking good. GO Niners!!!

  79. By trob0 on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    First of all don’t listen to the haters anyone, there just unintelligent bandwagon football fans that like to think of the worst in life and sports. A positive guy like myself would say after winning the NFC West, getting many Niners to the pro-bowl, and having 6 Niners make the top 100 list we are feelin on top of the world compared to our last 8 seaons. After seeing our potential and progress last year the 9ers are working even harder and we even added lots of great talent to a team already uniquer individuals.

    -Friday the NFL will get a taste of the new 9ers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  80. By 49ers4ever on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    This is to you Jeromy in the wise words of Mike Singletary lol…Its not how your start that matters, its how you finish

  81. By Basil on Aug 6, 2012 | Reply

    will any of theses SOB’s ever get off the kids back, if we win the SB still they won’t change, I’m beginning to take it personally!

  82. By Niners-4-Life on Aug 7, 2012 | Reply

    Alex will do well this season… And he’ll prove it in the first game of the season when they beat the Green Bay Packers!! Go Niners!! This is our time!! Who has it better than us!!

  83. By bob on Aug 7, 2012 | Reply

    Regardless of who is qbing,I think if we score more than our opponents we will win!

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