Buccaneers 34, 49ers 17

The 49ers roared out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter Sunday, then got drubbed 34-3 the rest of the game. At home. Against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Let’s pause for a moment of quiet reflection now. [HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! Whew! Snork, snork snork.]

After sixteen years, the York family has now assembled a team that perfectly reflects the quality of their ownership. Absolutely, positively, no doubt about it dreadful.

Sunday’s stink bomb was engineered by the overpaid, washed up, zero brain matter QB who again completed less than half his passes (47%), fumbled twice, tossed an interception, and got sacked four times.

The defense also contributed mightily, giving up 513 yards, 249 of those yards on the ground. Apparently, any team in the league can pound the Niners for over 200 yards rushing — even with backup running backs.

The Niners are now neck and neck with the Chicago Bears for the number two pick in next year’s draft. The winner might well be decided when these two nothingburgers meet in Chicago on December 4th. SAVE THE DATE!

HC Chip Kelly showed off his brilliant coaching skills by calling three time outs within the final minute of the first half, then having his RB run out of bounds to stop the clock — all to allow Bradley Pinion enough seconds to punt the ball for a Bucs’ half ending kneel down.

Proving his dysfunctional acumen was no fluke, Kelly duplicated his brilliance near the end of the game by punting on 4th and 14 with 3 minutes left and behind by 17 points, essentially throwing in the towel, then using all three time outs in order to get the ball back with a minute left so the goofball QB could throw another incompletion and take another sack.

After the game, FS Eric Reid gushed about how much he loved this defense. Apparently, only a guy or two out of place here and there is all that prevents it from being great. Aaron Lynch proclaimed the team as good as any in the league. Both of these doughnuts are fans of the knucklehead QB. The 49ers are clearly cornering the market on really stupid players.

Jed York‘s mommy showed up for the game, maybe thinking the team would finally win a game. This proves she learned nothing from last year’s embarrassment in Cleveland. Hope she enjoyed the half-empty stadium and didn’t hurt herself chanting “Stop That Puck!”

Unfortunately, the 49ers have a BYE next week, so we’ll have to take a two week break from all this scintillating comedy. A chance for all of us to heal up from our split sides.




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41 comments on “Buccaneers 34, 49ers 17
  1. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Another myth was busted yesterday.

    Those who thought Chip’s offense was tailor made for Kap can stop drinking that Kool Aid.

    Obviously he’s not even remotely the answer and has shown no growth or advancement in his QB skills.

    The contrast when you watched Winston and Kap was very stark.
    Winston was cool under pressure and when blitzed he found the open receiver. Kap feels pressure and starts to flee the pocket and rather than keeping eyes downfield looking for receivers, he’s looking for the “escape hatch” running lane.

    Also on his runs he could’ve scored on a couple of his runs if he tried to fake out the defensive player but instead went down in a slide. To me it’s more important to sell out and try to score as Kap is no longer ‘the franchise”. His courage now has to be questioned as he’s a big guy and won’t take on a DB who he outweighs by 30 lbs. If I were Kap I would look to plow over the DB and show the team how things should be done.

    I would pull the plug on Kap now because he is not the future and the Niners are just giving him a platform for his antics and also to audtion (total failure) for his future team.

  2. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The need now is just to sign one or two QBs to the practice squad
    just so they can learn the system and get a head start on next season.
    Some spots are being wasted on guys with no hope of being on this roster.

  3. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    PFT discusses the decline of the Kap guy. Sez it’s mainly the departure of 49 Wins and the politics that caused him to leave…and about half the players. We are still dealing with the effects of that plus the fractured locker room resulting from the anti-American protests engineered by CK:

    1. Jim Harbaugh left
    2. Defenses figured him out.
    3. He doesn’t have a supporting cast.
    4. He has physically declined.

    Phil adds:
    5. The anti-Anthem antics have further undermined team unity and has shredded what leadership he and Kelly once had.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/10/24/nfl-morning-after-the-decline-of-colin-kaepernick/

    Some of the comments are spot on too

  4. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Found a JED YORK FAN finally. Took awhile but here it is =

    mazenblue says:
    Oct 24, 2016 9:54 AM

    Jim Harbaugh is my teams coach and we are #2 in the Nation. Before him we were a joke under Hoke, and Rich Rod. Now we have one of the most elite defenses college has seen in a while. Thank you Jed York. You are THE MAN!!!

  5. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    I don’t understand why people continue to watch, and I really don’t understand why people continue to go to games. It’s not going to get better after the HC and GM are fired. The problem is the owner. I won’t watch another game until Jed York is gone.

  6. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/17875584/michigan-coach-jim-harbaugh-complains-officiating-saturday-blowout-victory

    This is why Jim Harbaugh is the second greatest coach in 49er history. Intensity. There’s no quit in the man.

    How in the world Jed York let Harbaugh get away is such an indictment on York. I said this at the time – You give Harbaugh whatever he wants. Money? Sure. You’re now the highest paid coach in the NFL. Another GM? Sure. Pick whomever you’d like. You want me (Jed) to move to Hawaii and only come back to the main land from February through June? You got it.

    In short, York should have do whatever he could to keep Harbaugh. Instead York smeared Harbaugh and lost the world….

  7. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Yocks! bungle of the 49 Wins tenure here in SF is a franchise defining blunder comparable to the Red Sox trading Ruth to the Yankees. How long did the Sox pay for that? 50 years? That’s what I think we face = an exile into the gridiron dessert for a long long time. And we are just beginning to suffer for the sins of our leader Yoicks! None of this is surprising or undeserved and that is what makes the pain so bitter = We as a franchise had our window of glory (re)open for us with the hiring of Bill Walsh’s heir apparent and pure folly, ignorance and hubris led Yoicks! to piss all over it.

    Now the franchise is shunned by the League, coaches, players and fans. I do not see what can be done to restore the Niners former reputation short of a change of ownership. Sure some will boycott games or fly banners but the Yocks! will endure. Sadly the Niners, formerly of San Francisco, have been destroyed by no fault of our own. A very bitter pill indeed.

    Fortunately we have the Warriors to engross us basketball fans and fans of winning SF franchises.

  8. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Jed’s bungling of the relationship with Harbaugh, aka The Goose Who Shit Gold Bricks, was epic fail, and qualifies him for the Mismanagement Hall of Shame. And NO, I don’t mean just the Sports wing.

    If John, Denise and Jed had died in a flaming plane crash in early 2013, the 49ers might have won another handful of Super Bowls over this decade.

    Instead, we are looking at a 3-13 season as almost unobtainable now. 1-15 is a real possibility.

    Screw those three with a red hot poker.

  9. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    “Fortunately we have the Warriors to engross us basketball fans and fans of winning SF franchises.”

    Un-fortunately I’m neither.

    Actually I’d settle for a new HC with the balls to put an end to the anthem-kneeler’s sideshow and bring some new coordinators to the effort.

    As sad as a lot of folks are saying (parroting) our roster is, we still have probably twenty solid players that a new HC could build a decent team around. New schemes, new coaches and I’m willing to wait a little for Baalke and little Jed to hit the road.

  10. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks for that visual, Grumpy.

    I’d be for nailing their nuts to the wall but none of them have any.

  11. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    What do you have when you nail nuts to the well?

    Walnuts.

  12. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Schefter just reported thet WR Torrey Smith is being shopped by the Niners.
    IMO they would be lucky to get a 3rd round pick for him.

  13. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    “Mismanagement Hall of Shame” indeed Grump. What did we do to experience this? Nothing, it wasn’t us. It is Them and the Anthem Antics is ‘just’ the latest insulting abusive slap laid on us. Regular, predictable ABUSE laid on us by the equivalent of the uncaring wife we got stuck with instead of the sweet good childhood sweetheart we should be married to. Nope, she’s history, long gone and we’re looking at the Yoick! bitch. “The beatings will continue until morale improves!”

    Bravo if you are able to wait with some hopefulness NoFear that this will change. Maybe I’m too old and must console myself elsewhere as time runs down. Hope is weak dope these days. I need WINS being a typical fan… If not San Francisco then okay Santa Clara will do. If not the Niners then the soon to be SF Warriors in the meantime.

  14. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Let the games begin…

    http://tinyurl.com/jr9t3hj

  15. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    …because rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic is always a good idea.

    Please, can we hang the captain?

  16. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    If they’re going to go all in with Chip, they might as well start now Phil.
    High Draft Picks, an Offense in need of overhaul, and a half season left to circle the drain.
    I like the idea Greg Cosell threw out there recently regarding a potential deal with Belichick for Garoppolo.
    Joe to Pats would make sense in that scenario too.

  17. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    I’d trade T Smith for a 7th a week after Armageddon. The compensation isn’t the draft choice – it’s dumping his salary. Stupid Jed, Trent and Chip. And when Jed fires Trent and Chip, it’ll be stupid Jed, Larry and Bob. It doesn’t matter who the HC or GM is. This team will always suck with Jed as the owner.

    Next weekend it’s Michigan vs Michigan State. Last year Michigan’s punter lost the game late with under a minute to play. It’s fun to look forward to good football over the weekend. I wonder what Niner fans are looking forward to? I bet Chip’s here next year. Lol.

  18. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    It’s York Ownership in general that has destroyed this Franchise.
    They’re clueless twits.

  19. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    I don’t know if our payroll is high enough to justify dumping salaries. It’s not like we have been spending money in free agency like drunken sailors in Olongapo.

    Thing is, Smith was not a bad pickup per se. Torrey was effective in Baltimore and is essentially the same guy, no major injuries that I know of and he’s not that old.

    Our miserable quarterback corps just cannot get him the ball.

    So yeah, whatever, let the Fire Sale begin. By the time this team gets its head out of its ass we’ll need to replace him anyway. And this way Baalke gets to draft a Senegalese kicker in the draft with two bad ACLs and no kidneys. Same thing with Staley. Burn it all down. Judging from the empty stands this Sunday, no one is watching anyway.

  20. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    If the 49ers played Michigan right now, how many points would we lose by? It would be worth it just to hear Trent Baalke cry and whine, “What’s your deal?”

  21. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    If you have some extra cash there’s a fund me campaign for banner flyovers during home games. Focus of this year’s campaign will be Baalke

    http://www.ninersnation.com/2016/10/24/13396588/guess-what-time-it-is-its-banner-time

  22. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Purcell has become a non entity on the Dline
    The two Oregon Ducks are big but their techniques suck and they are getting washed out on running plays.

    Bad decision among final cuts was releasing Garrison Smith who had a good camp and preseason.

    Not getting bang for BUCKner to justify his high draft position.
    Armstead is hurt again for the second of his two years here.

    Another draft pick that has disappeared is TE Blake Bell who was a 4th round draft pick.

    No developmental QBs in the pipeline? That’s gross negligence and dereliction of duty.

    Can anyone make a top ten list of Baalke’s achievements?
    Baalke must go, sooner rather than later.

  23. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Jim Harbaugh’s salary tops all college football coaches – including Saban…. and rightly so. The championships don’t matter. It’s the enthusiam and the changing of the culture. If a program and school or front office sticks with Jim, he’ll win a championship. Jed York should have made Harbaugh the highest paid coach in the NFL, higher than Belichick, and York should have given Harbaugh any GM he wanted. Because the alternative is……

    And I was saying this long ago when other bloggers like Chuck were arguing it was time for Harbaugh to leave. What a joke. Seems like, at the time, everyone forgot the Erickson, Nolan and Singletary years.

    Aside from Harbaugh it’s been Erickson, Nolan, Singletary, Tomsula and Chip Kelly.

    Jed York, I knew Eddie D, and Senator, you’re no Eddie D.

    Spitblood – that was really uncalled for.

  24. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    The barnyard is still trying to spin Harbaugh’s departure as entirely his own creation, relieving York, Baalke, and the donkeys of hideous ignorance.

  25. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Barnyard logic notwithstanding, the hideous ignorance is apparent with every forced false narrative and every move this team makes.

    Everybody knows the Jed and Trent comedy team forced Harbaugh out. They’ve admitted as much. Besides that, who wouldn’t rather waste a fortune paying off replaced lousy head coaches than pay a winning one? Nobody! Nobody but us, anyway.

    The barnyard also thought Kaepernick should have been paid much, much more and Harbaugh was a son of a bitch for wanting to get paid. True to their record, Harbaugh is still winning and Kaepernick never proved his worthiness of the new contract.

    Despite the current state of the franchise they haven’t been proven wrong as often as the barnyard.

  26. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    NF

    You are correct. I recall Chuckles willing to give Kap anything he wanted even if it would cost the Niners $25 mil a year.
    IIRC the suggestion was made that that the FO could always franchise Kap but Chuckles with his football acumen was willing to give him anything, that’s how much he worshipped Kap.

    The stupidity wasChuckles sided with Baalke and lil Jed suggesting that Harbaugh didn’t deserve any raise and the rest is history.

    Not giving Harbaugh a $1 mil a year bump in pay knocked the Niner juggernaut to the dumpster fire it is now.

  27. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The Fairyland hated Roman and the offense and wanted Harbaugh out.

    I wonder what they think of the offense since?

    These are the indusptable facts as much as the minions want to forget it.

  28. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    I knew there were good reasons I came back over here from the Animal Farm and the comments above remind me of why. 49 Wins “wanted” to leave? Sure AFTER he saw the 2012 draft and the idiotic support Balkey/Marathe had from Yoicks! Nothing has changed either in the Niner FO or in the Gulag. Balkey continues to draft guys like Redmond the latest ACL squad member, Kaepernick is our great hope, now crowned with a halo of social justice and Kelly, Mr Softee, is an improvement over 49 Wins. Drunken sailors in Olongapo make more sense.

  29. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    I like how Skeebers tried to slide his Kaepernick hate narrative into the overall Harbaugh as a Niner history narrative. Kaep wasn’t apart of the friction between the front office and Harbaugh. That was a separate issue. I can’t remember what the Barnyard thought, but I do remember some saying Kaep made a bad choice signing what he did.

    In hindsight now, Kaep did just fine. He got paid for his performances in 2012 and 2013, and now everything is gravy for Kaep. Did Kaep play up to his contract? Sure. Think of this: If you give Nolan Ryan Beetlejuice as a catcher, Ryan isn’t striking out half as many during his career because Beetlejuice ain’t catchin’ the third strike. And Kaep was given the Beetlejuice equivalent in Tomsula and now Kelly. And this is a critical point Skeebers can’t recognize because his Alex Smith man crush is blinding him.

  30. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Generously speaking, there’s a “couple” of problems with your comment, Spit. The first is a bit gauche, since you obviously mistake me for Bullit when you mention weaving Kap into the narrative. The second is more or less forgivable since you have repeatedly stated for the past year and a half that you don’t watch 49er games any more. As a result, you haven’t seen the deterioration in his performances that have nothing to do with his supporting cast. You should have noticed it in 2014 as the Seahawks and Cardinals toyed with him, but you were probably blinded by your Smith hatred. The third is that Ryan would still have a recorded strike out even if his catcher dropped the ball.

  31. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Chip Kelly is earning $6 mil a year which is $1 mil more than Harbaugh and a sore point because Baalke and Lil Jed refused to give Harbaugh a bump in pay and an extension.

    Most saw through Lil York’s and Baalke’s campaign to demonize Habaugh and paint him as the bad guy.

    Lil Jed amped up his pettiness by removing the Harbaugh display from the Niner Museum. That to me makes the museum illegimate dismissing 4 years of Niner success. They charge $25 to see Niner history but have this big hole in the story.

  32. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Honest assessment. Who is the better coach that is able to cobble together an elite coaching staff?

    Kelly is paying his chosen coach $6mil a year for one lousy victory so far. Kelly has yet to show any hint of a prolific offense. He chose to work with 3 QBs that were high draft picks and nobody has stepped up to even give a hint of decent QB play.

    Kelly has shown he has much in common with another failed coaxch, Dennis Erickson.

  33. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    I recall the Buffalo Bills’ players had nothing but ‘praise’ for Kaepernick.

    Things like “Done. Terrible. More a distraction than a contributing member of the team,” Also said they game planned for Kaepernick’s lousy quarterbacking.

    Since Rex hired Kaepernick’s OC I think he’s watched more of Kaepernick than the average bear, or bill.

    He was benched for Gabbert. Gabbert performed better than Kaepernick in practice. Kaepernick is not an improvement over Gabbert just a change for the sake of change to appease the angry mob of fans not filling the seats. Yeah, he sucks all by himself.

    Our HC who was going to turn the NFL on its ear with his killer can’t-lose offense doesn’t help but Kaepernick stinks up any bad offense all the more.

    Free Huey! Just cut him loose.

  34. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    NFL Rumors: 10 Big-Name Players Who Will Change Teams in 2017

    8. Sheldon Richardson, DE, New York Jets

    The New York Jets may not have enough salary cap space to hold onto Sheldon Richardson
    The Jets’ ongoing salary cap issues and depth at the defensive end position have us convinced that they will do everything in their power to trade Richardson next offseason. The Jets now have All-Pro defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson locked up for the next five years, and another rising star at defensive end in second-year pro Leonard Wilkerson, which makes Richardson expendable despite his immense talent. Additionally, moving Richardson while he still has one year left on his rookie deal would almost surely result in the Jets getting the highest possible value in return for the 25-year-old defensive end. Lastly, Richardson is one off the field slip up from facing a lengthy suspension from the NFL, and a change of scenery would likely be in the best interests of the former Missouri Tiger.

  35. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    The more Kap plays this year, the less likely he is to be back next year. While fully acknowledging the tough row to hoe he has had since 49 Wins, as has the entire squad, it is difficult to expect much improvement going forward. I just don’t expect Kap back and if he really stinks it up he may get benched again for the 3rd back up Ponder.

    The current state of the O and the D is the perfect rejoinder from Harbs to Yocks! that “I, not you and your fop front office, know better. Chump.”

  36. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    According to Grant C @ Press-Democrat we have a current version of Harbaugh’s “Freddy P. Soft” in our very own HC Mr. Softee doughboy Kelly =

    49ers’ Chip Kelly keeps cool when heat would be better

    http://49ers.pressdemocrat.com/49ers-chip-kelly-keeps-cool-heat-better/

  37. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Exactly Winder. That’s just what this country needs more of.

    Ugh. And Yoicks! go F yourself for supporting this shit.

  38. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    New post is up.

  39. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Right now the Niners have the worst offense in the NFL and the 30th ranked defense.

    Considering that Kelly is supposedly an offensive “genius” how does this happen? His schemes offensive gameplans areanemic and pure crap doing nothing to accentuate what talent he has on this team.

    If Kelly does survive there are already suggestions that his DC will be fired and he’ll bring in soon to be fired Gus Bradley from Jacksonville.

    I personally think they should clean house completely.

    Jed might revisit hiring the Shanahans as GM and head coach.
    As the OC of the Falcons Kyle Shanahan has the top ranked offense in the league this year.

    They could also hire Gus Bradley as their DC.

    You can also bet that Josh McDaniels name comes up again.

    Let the speculation begin.

2017 Schedule
Sept. 10: vs Carolina: L 3-23
Sept. 17: at Seattle: 9-12
Sept. 21: vs. L.A. Rams: L 39-41
Oct. 1: at Arizona: L 15-18
Oct. 8: at Indianapolis: L 23-26
Oct. 15: at Washington: L 24-26
Oct. 22: vs. Dallas: L 10-40
Oct. 29: at Philadelphia: L 10-33
Nov. 5: vs. Arizona: L 10-20
Nov. 12: vs. N.Y. Giants: W 31-21
Week 11 — Bye
Nov. 26: vs. Seattle: L 13-24
Dec. 3: at Chicago: W 15-14
Dec. 10: at Houston: W 26-16
Dec. 17: vs. Tennessee, 1:25 p.m.
Dec. 24: vs. Jacksonville, 1:05 p.m.
Dec. 31: at L.A. Rams, 1:25 p.m.
 
2017 Draft Class
1. DE Solomon Thomas
1. ILB Reuben Foster
3. CB Ahkello Witherspoon
3. QB C.J. Beathard
4. RB Joe Williams
5. TE George Kittle
5. WR Trent Taylor
6. DT D.J. Jones
6. LB Pita Taumoepenu
7. CB Adrian Colbert
 
2017 Prognostications
Bullit: 5-11
Chuck: 9-7
Grumpy: 4-12
Mr Fletch: 5-11
NJ49er: 6-10
Rob: 9-7
RTFirefly: 5-11
Skeebers: 6-10
Winder: 4-12

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