End of the Line

The 49ers stunning turnaround year blew a tire on the final turn and just that suddenly the life whizzed out of the 2011 season. The Giants moved along to the Super Bowl the same way they did in 1990 — by recovering a fumble and kicking a field goal. Honk if you’re impressed.

This cheesy forward progress was embellished Sunday by yet another game deciding gaffe by referee Jim Hochuli’s crew, who added a new dimension to the backward positivity of forward progress by allowing the Giants to fumble away the game and still retain possession of the ball, hauling out the fastest play ending, please don’t hurt that poor little New York fella whistle this side of the sound of Wyatt Earp’s gun whipping from his holster.

Kyle Williams was not so lucky, as his two fourth quarter/OT special teams blunders handed the game to the Giants, but the goat horns could just as easily be worn by Michael Crabtree, our erstwhile number one wide receiver who was utterly useless during both playoff games. He had three drops in the Saints game and only one measley three yard catch against the Giants — the one and only catch by a 49er WR in the game. That is truly awful.

The football gods were not kind to the Harbaugh family yesterday, as the other Harbaugh watched the Patriots back into the SB when his Ravens WR dropped the game winning pass and his kicker then shanked a chip shot tying field goal. If the gloom around here is bad, you can double it in the Harbaugh family home.

It was a great season. A return to glory year. The team had the heart of a champion. But not quite the skill. Kudos for magnificent postseason play to Vernon Davis, Alex Smith, and Justin Smith. Awesome show, fellas. And kudos to Jim Harbaugh and his staff for one of the most impressive coaching jobs in NFL history.

There’s nothing I can say that will make this day pleasant, guys. It sucks. But tomorrow is another day. And we will be back. And back to stay.

 ← Previous Post

Next Post → 

wordpress stats plugin

Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,
Posted in Post Game Spread
55 comments on “End of the Line
  1. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    This is the kind of game that makes Kyle Williams much better or destroys him. I think it will make him better but we won’t know until we see it.

  2. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The Niners had a great run this year beyond anybody’s realistic expectations. Midnight came and they were unable to get over the last speed bump.
    Seemed to me that Alex Smith was contantly being flushed to the right side of the field. The Gnat D cut the field in half by doing this and A Smith had limited options.
    I wanted to see the play where A Smith rolls right and VD leaks out
    from the right side all the way left. Last time they ran it went for six.
    Went it went into OT I think the Niners panicked a little. They gave up on the running game which was working. These incomplete passes on first down were killing them. Gore was averaging 4.6 yards a carry and Hunter carried only 4 times at 7.8 yds per carry.
    Let the Monday Morning QBing begin.

  3. Mr FletchNo Gravatar says:

    First, a big “Thank you” to the Niners for a great season. it was fun to approach fall Sundays with a sense of anticipation instead of a sense of dread.

    Second, the D played an excellent game, and the D coaches made great halftime adjustments to shut down Cruz and the passing game in the second half.

    Third, I have nothing new to say about Williams or the overall performance of the WR’s.

    Fourth, Goldson breaking up two different possible Niners INTs was just as inexcusable as Williams’ punt errors. At least Williams was an injury replacement at that position. Goldson is the starter, but twice he cost the Niners by not paying attention to what his teammates were doing.

    Finally, while I am not blaming A. Smith for the loss, we certainly did get to see a return of “Happy Feet” Smith in the 4th quarter and overtime. I thought he’d thrown away the “Roll Right and Throw the Ball Into the Ground” section of his playbook, but it looks like he was saving it for a special occasion.

    The season was better than any fan could have expected, but this game was worse than any fan would have hoped.

  4. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    I think Dashon Goldson needs to play with more awareness of where he’s at on the field and the players around him. Because he wanted to make the pick and the big play he cost the team 2 INTs and a starting corner. His collision with Tarell Brown was a more vicious hit than Whitner’s on Pierre Thomas last week. Two guys from the same team going after the ball means a lost opportunity for the INT.
    Dashon is going to look for big money like he wanted last year.
    Maybe we look elsewhere or sign another corner and move Culliver to FS. With Whitner and Goldcon you have essentially 2 SS.

  5. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    To enhance the receiving corps I
    would go after a FA and draft another WR in 3rd or 4th rd simply because it takes about 2 years for most WRs to develop.
    You have your Dwayne Bowes, Vincent Jackson, Stevie Johnson,
    DeSean Jackson, Colston, Reggie Wayne and Pierre Garcon. Colston had told the Saints no hometown discount.
    The guy I would target is Laurent Robinson. He’s 6-2 195 lbs with 4.38 speed. He caught 11 TDs with the Cowboys. Not sure if Dallas can afford Dez Bryant, Myles Austin, Jasen Witten and signing Robinson. He would be a good fit.
    The draft is a long term solution
    and would pose little immediate help as most WRs are not NFL ready

  6. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    How about trading Crabtree and signing Robinson?

  7. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    The Giants WRs weren’t getting open with any consistency either. One exception was Cruz. We need to get a smaller, quick guy along with a home run guy. Kyle Williams is not the answer for that role. Wes Bunting keeps talking about the WR from Arkansas. I think his name is Jarius Wright. Has anybody seen him play? Maybe get him in the draft and Robinson in FA?

  8. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Perhaps Crabtree can’t be your #1 but I would’nt give up on him just yet. In trade you would be lucky to get a 4th rd pick for him (see Brandon Lloyd and his 100 receptions).
    The sleeper because he’s hurt could be Ryan Broyles of OU who was projected to be a #1 pick and might fall to the 3rd rd. If his knee checks out he could be a steal.
    Jarius Wright didn’t do much in his week at the East West Shrine Game. Has great speed but hands are an issue.

  9. AlbertEinstinkleNo Gravatar says:

    I’m still not sold on Alex Smith. Berger’s right, though, that Alex has earned another contract. But I would give Alex a one year deal for $4 million…. with playoff incentives (pretty much exactly the same deal Alex has right now). If Alex can get a better deal else where, with a coach who protects him better, let him go and Harbaugh can work his magic with Kaep and Tolzien.
    Both Harbaugh brothers, Jim and John, need to get more out of their teams by dumping their qbs. Alex Smith, however, has earned one more year.

  10. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Crabtree’s contract is such – he came in before the rookie scale – that it would be very hard to move him. We’ll probably have to settle for developing better options, and probably letting him walk when his contract expires. I do like the idea of going after Robinson if the Cowboys let him go. And drafting Sanu in the late first is looking like a strong possibility.

  11. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Whatever Alex’s failings, he did not cost us this game. there was only one ball last night he really wanted back, that was the deep one to Kyle that was overthrown. A few others that were marginal. But Eli had plenty of misses too. That’s going to happen in that weather: balls sail or die. Both defenses played great; both QBs made enough plays to keep it close. Considering how we got NO production from our WRs, I see that as a testament to Alex making a little chicken salad out of pure chicken shit. The giants tried to take VD away but he still got his two big plays. I was saying in the first half it was going to come down to who made the big mistake. Neither QB did. The loss of Ginn in the return game ended being the killer. I also think the coaches got away from the run a little more than they should have in those elements. I expect the coaches to learn from that and remember it next time. And there WILL be a next time. Expecting another 13-3 season might be a bit much, because those are pretty rare even for very good teams, but the 49ers *should* be able to compete at a high level for a number of years to come. We are not “at the beginning of the end, but at the end of the beginning.”

  12. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    For me, I say we first sign as many of our own as possible. March 3rd is when FA begins. Don’t overpay on day one, do like we did this year, fill needs, but get a fast WR. Then we’ll have a better idea of what we need in the draft. WR anybody?

  13. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    A couple of things.

    Did I miss who won the Len Eshmont Award? Normally they announce it in the last home game.

    By losing the Conference Championship Games do the Harbaugh Brothers coach in the Pro Bowl against each other?

    Hard to not to say the Niners lost because of Kyle Williams.
    In a tight game that went into overtime, KW’s two miscues led directly to 2 scores including the game winning FG. One you can forgive but not two.
    Very good that his teamates are behind him. What happened to Preston Riley after he couldn’t handle the onside kick? Hard to live this down. As a punt returner this will be on his mind as well as all fans. Other teams will target him for strips because of this and if it happens again it will snowball.

  14. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah, I think they get a whole new crop of WRs. the disappearing act by Crabs was flat terrible. They showed him going downfoeld a few times, and he never turned to look for the ball. Smith is waiting for him to do SOMETHING, but Crabs is looking downfield.
    Besides, Crabs can’t figure out a hot read to save his life. He mae some progress this season, but failed miserably in the playoffs.
    If Morgan gets healthy, keep him. Ginn stays as a PR/KR. The rest? Bye bye.

  15. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Swain? All year to get him involved, and nothing. Edwards? Just how bad was he in practice? For a guy supposedly trying to resurrect his career, it makes no sense to dog it. With the shit we have, it was weird to see him get cut the way he did.

  16. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Naturally some morons twweted death threats to Kyle Williams.

    The cops should go after these degenerates. It’s a game stupid.


  17. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    My comments today, and probably for quite some time will be curt and terse because of the way I feel. Some may make sense, others might not. At this point in my life I don’t give a shit.
    We should have finished 6-10 like I said earlier. I’d feel better.
    All this season netted was a worse draft pick for next year.
    1 for 13 on 3rd dn conversions. Same shit all year. We deserved to lose.
    Giants WR’s: 17 catches for 214 yds and a touchdown.
    49ers WR’s: 1 catch for 3 yds. We deserved to lose.
    Michael Crabtree is a worthless POS. Trade him to the Cowboys for a case of Bud.
    Why did Harbaugh abandon the run game in the 2nd half? You don’t abandon the run if your the 49ers. There’s only one thing to abandon in your life — your child. Just like Daniel Plainview did.
    Stop blaming the goddamn refs. Bradshaw’s forward progress was ruled stopped. That play cannot be reviewed. Period. Over. Done.
    Kyle Williams? I just might feel even worse than he does now. He was “my guy.” I picked him to step up and be the star for the game. I feel it’s my fault. I know most of you aren’t superstitious, or even if you are, you aren’t as superstitious as I am. But I feel as though as I jinxed Williams. Kyle, I’m sorry. 49er fans, I’m sorry. My picks sucks. My luck sucks. My life sucks.
    I used to say “God hates me.” No more. After yesterday, there is no God.

  18. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    On the first KW Fumble, the muff that hit his knee i saw something interesting on the replay. The guy that recovered the muff #15 Devin Thomas should have been flagged for running 15-20 yards
    out of bounds after being pushed out by the gunner. #15 is running through his Giant teammates before stepping back in when it was convenient. Check the replay out and if it was a penalty it should’ve been a rekick.


  19. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Rule 9 Article 3: A player of the kicking team, who has been out of bounds, may not touch or recover a
    scrimmage kick beyond the line of scrimmage until it has been touched by a kicking team player who has
    not been out of bounds, or until it has been touched by a player of the receiving team beyond the line.
    Note: If a player touches or recovers the ball before he has re-established himself inbounds, the ball is out of
    bounds at the spot of the touch, and there is no foul.
    Bullit, please stop blaming the officials. It’s demeaning. You’re better than that.

  20. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    That’s not a penalty because KW touched the ball first. The OB gunner cannot be the first one to touch it. He wasn’t. KW was.

    Yeah, you aren’t making any sense, Dennis. You might as well be V. This team has vastly improved, and you want them to suck? Fine. Piss off. You don’t deserve to be a fan if that’s how you feel.
    I’m as pissed as anyone, but if you can’t appreciate where they came from to get this far, then you are nothing but a fair-weather fan. See you next January.

  21. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Chuck, you can say almost anything you want to me, but don’t you never ever question or tell me how I should feel. Don’t.

  22. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Actually Dennis, the 49ers deserved to win. The D crushed NY in the 2nd half. They made great adjustments in the 2nd half to shut down their passing game.
    The errors on ST that gave NY 10 points. If KW doesn’t get hit by that ball, the Niners win.
    New York was the lucky team. Goldson knocked away 2 picks that should have happened. For all the good he did this year, the Niners aren’t going to resign him. Like KW’s furk-up in the 4th quarter, Goldson’s were ones of game and situational awareness.

  23. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Then blow it out your ass, Dennis. You want them to suck so you can whine? You make a mockery of how hard this game is, and how incredibly far this team came in ONE YEAR. They didn’t win it all. One team a year gets that distinction, and it ain’t easy. They may crash back to earth next year, or they may reach the promised land, much like after the 1983, 1987, and 1993 seasons. Where the bitterest of defeats drove them to be champions the next year.
    Or just wallow in self-pity. Grow up.

  24. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Chuck, your last two response are so far off base that I won’t even dignify them with a response. We’re all feeling melancholy today. Some more than others, and expressing it in varied and sometimes very personal manners. Today is not a day to blame players, coaches or the referees. And it’s truly not a day to blame, antagonize or question other bloggers. To be brutally honest with you, I don’t have the energy, ambition nor the verve and vigor to get into a verbal shouting match with you or anyone else today. I’m spent.

  25. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    You guys ever get a good look at Jim Harbaugh’s eyes sometime? He looks like he’s high on meth. And for all the great qualities and knowledge his possesses as a HC, he lacks in common courtesy when it comes to dealing with the media at his press conferences. And I’m not just talking about after a crushing defeat in the NFC Championship Game. That’s been his modus operandi his entire career. It wouldn’t kill him to be a little polite and nicer.

  26. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    In case you were wondering about QBs Russell Wison & Kellen Moore

    Wilson checking in at 5 feet, 10 and 5/8 inches, and Moore measuring at 5 feet, 11 and 3/4 inches at Senior Bowl practice.

    Wisconsin listed Wilson at 5-foot-11, and Boise State listed Moore at 6-foot-0, so both colleges rounded up but didn鈥檛 mislead anybody about the height of their passers. Basically, this news confirms what we already thought: These two guys were excellent college quarterbacks, but they鈥檒l be two of the shortest quarterbacks in the NFL. If they make it in the NFL.

  27. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    You’re spent? You don’t want to argue? Then don’t post stupid shit, Dennis. Wishing for 6-10 is pure unadulterated piss-ant whining.
    You wish Harbaugh was a little friendlier, and you wish for 6-10? Do you see the absolute idiocy in those 2 statements?
    Again, if you can’t see the positives from this season, then you have your head in the sand (how’s that for friendly? I coulda put your head somewhere else, skippy). . .
    For those of us who paid attention, ALEX SMITH made the bigger plays this game. Eli was given a short field to take the lead, and for their kicker to win. KW gave the Niners a short field to tie the score in the 4th quarter. His mistakes lost the game.
    If you didn’t notice, BOTH defenses played VERY WELL. Crabs? Yeah, he sucks. KW didn’t do much as a WR himself. That left Gore and VD.

  28. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    RIP, 2011 Niners! I come not to bury the Niners, but to praise them. Something like that.
    Considering I had them down for 7-9, they made it a fun and exciting ride. Two botched returns by a guy who had no business attempting it was all that prevented them from reaching the Super Bowl. Let’s hope it’s not a long, long wait till the next NFC Championship with the Niners involved.
    As they say here in the mountains/desert, “Oh Sheist!” Better luck (and offense) next year…

  29. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    “That left Gore and VD”. True and what bothers me is we abandoned using both in the 4th Q and in OT. We had no margin for error with 17 points and we the errors. Game over.

  30. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    we “got” the errors

  31. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Chuck, I have to, no, I truly need to post my “stupid shit.” If I withheld and didn’t vent, verbalize and voice my feelings about yesterday’s loss, well, let’s just dummy it down and say it wouldn’t be good.
    Maybe I should expound upon, and better explain my 6-10 comment. I didn’t this year nor have I ever wished upon my team to finish with that record. I always wish for a Super Bowl win as I hope and expect the rest of you do. Regardless of the realistic expectations for the team in a given year, that should be every fan’s wish.
    Now, when the year ends and that wish is not fulfilled there is disappointment. There are many levels of disappointment. There’s a difference between losing the Lotto (not expected) and losing the NFC Championship when you’re at home after beating and out-scoring Drew Brees and an all-time great offense in the Saints. There’s a difference when, call it luck or destiny when the Giants upset the Pack in Lambeau that kept us from traveling to the frozen tundra and enabled us to host the NFC Championship. There’s a difference when our opponent in the Super Bowl would have been a very flawed New England Patriots team. Despite the greatness that is Tom Brady (though he did suck yesterday by his own admission), the Pats are immensely beatable.
    But it’s all for not. We missed our chance. “Missed it by that much” as Agent 86 used to quip. What I’m trying to say is that if you could have played the Amazing Kreskin and told me the two final outcomes would have been yesterday or finishing 6-10, I would have chosen the 6-10. Why you ask? I’ll tell you why. Because in the end, I would have felt better. I don’t expect you or anyone else for that matter to agree or understand with my statement. But it’s true. And that’s what I’m trying to do in my life — feel better. The Niners finishing 6-10 would have made ME, Dennis Patrick feel better. And in the end, that’s all that really matters.

  32. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    After just watching that Harbaugh press conference and his last few comments in particular, I think Jimbo has a harder time compartmentalizing, expressing and coming to grips with his feelings and emotions. My heart goes out.

  33. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Hats off to Kyle Williams for his post-game comments. He stood there like a man and took accountability for his egregious mistakes and made no excuses. I wholeheartedly sympathize.

  34. AlbertEinstinkleNo Gravatar says:

    There’s no doubt the 49ers will draft one or two wide receivers in this year’s draft. If the 49ers draft two receivers, and carry five on the roster, that means one of the following is dumped – Ginn, Williams, Crabtree or Morgan. I could see the 49ers carrying six receivers next year because of the problems they had this year keeping receivers healthy. If I had to drop one, I’d drop Morgan or Williams. Ginn, to me, is the 49ers’ best receiver. Crabtree is a possession receiver. He’s not a “go to,” guy like we just found out in the playoffs, but a possession receiver with hands is valuable. If the 49ers draft two good wide receivers in camp, I could see them dumping Kyle Williams – not because of his muffed punts, but because of his lack of height and size. Short and quick needs to run great routes and get open fast – alla Wes Welker. Kyle Williams isn’t shifty enough. I like him, and don’t think the muffed punts will be apart of the decision making process next year on cut down day, but I’m betting Kyle Williams isn’t on the team next year. If that’s the case, fans will think Harbaugh is cruel or merciless. The reality will be, based on his merits as a receiver alone, he could be the odd man out.

  35. AlbertEinstinkleNo Gravatar says:

    I thought the offensive line did a hell of a job against the Giants’ front four last night. Our offensive line is good. Next year, they will be great.

  36. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Ginn is the best receiver? Right. I’ve got 10 acres on the moon for ya, dippy.

    Ginn stays as a STer. NOT as a WR. OK, 4th string. Crabs should go. Sayonara. The dude was invisible in the playoffs. He can’t figure out what a hot read is. Alex was under pressure a lot early on, tand there’s Crabs running down the field looking at himself on the jombotron.If Morgan gets healthy, and doesn’t demand too much, keep him. They need a fast guy and a possession guy. I’m sure Harbaugh can get something out of DSJ. Ginn is a tackling dummy compared to DSJ. Head case or not.
    There are about 50 FA WRs out there better than what we have right now. Williams? Not enough from him this year. He had a chance to get in the mix, and he wasn’t good enough.

  37. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Berger, KW may get better, but it won’t be here. Regardless of yesterday, he hasn’t shown enough. I wanted him in all season, but he never seemed to get open enough. Crabs is a joke. Sorry, look for the ball once in a while, Crabs. It’s hard to catch a hot read when you are staring at the goal post. This team needs wideouts in a big way. Thru the draft and free agency, they need at least 8 guys to come into camp.
    I’d sign DSJ, and Get that Wright guy I talked about a couple days ago. Plus, there’s about 50 FAs out there that are worlds better than what we have.

  38. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    I thought I was over zealous and sedulous with my 49er fandom. But I think these people take the cake with their enthusiasm for their religious choice: 70,509 people in Australia wrote in “Jedi” on their latest census form when asked their designation. Jesus H. F**king Christ. The Force is with those people alright. The force of the aluminum foil that is tightly wound around their head in hopes of keeping the aliens at the bay. Unbelievable.

  39. AlbertEinstinkleNo Gravatar says:

    Is it me, or is Unca Chuck becoming more and more of douche every minute? Tellin’ guys what to think. If you notice… I said, “In my opinion.” I think Ginn is better than Crabtree and Morgan…. and definitely better than Kyle Williams. Actually, “better,” isn’t the right word. “More value to the offense,” is the better term. Ginn could be the fastest man in the NFL. Defenses have to respect speed, and it creates other opportunities for the underneath guys. How many yards passing did Smith have to his wide receivers last night? And Ginn was out? Not surprising Unca Chuck can’t do the math. He’ll claim the New York secondary was awesome (ranked 20th), or the pass rush was amazing. Chuck’s becoming more and more of an idiot each week. Must be the medication.

  40. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    I just got back from my liquor store wearing my red 49er polo shirt. Quite proudly I might add. I ran into a couple of fellow fans. Their general consensus was that it was a great year and it’s going to be an even better one next year. That’s when I remarked in my own indomitable fashion that the Mayans have predicted for the world to end late this December. That’s when one guy turned to me and said, and I quote, “F the 49ers! I’m going to develop a serious drinking problem now.” Amen, brother. Amen.

  41. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    You guys may think from my last comment that I was Bogarting that guys enthusiasm and surmise that I wouldn’t be any fun at parties. Au contraire mes amis. I really am a corker. I am. Really. Invite me.

  42. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebers, touch茅.

  43. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Hey! WTF did you delete your own comment? That was funny. If anything you, and everyone else for that matter should know by now is that not only can I take a good joke, but I enjoy and welcome them as well. Please don’t delete anything on my behalf. I’m a firm believer in the First Amendment. Fire away.

  44. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    For the record, Skeebers responded with a “Develop?” after my serious drinking problem comment. As Larry the Cable Guy would say, “I don’t care who ya are, that’s funny right there.” 馃榾

  45. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Sorry, Dennis. I’m not sure why I deleted it, either.

  46. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    As I drove from Reno To Sac today every guest I heard on every show was telling the world how bad our WRs are.

  47. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah, according to Einstain we’re fine at WR. Ginn was laughed out of Miami because he couldn’t catch a cold. Did you watch any games, skippy? Ginn, while an excellent return man, is not viable as a WR. Calston is available. Hmmm, Ginn or Colston? Shit, manningham is a FA.

    Neither likely move, but you never know. The point being there are MANY better options than Ginn. You can’t teach speed, but you obviously can’t teach him how to catch.

  48. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    DSJ would be easy to get. I have no problem bringing him here.

  49. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Oh gee, Stain. We can’t question each other now? This from the king of hyperbole?
    Dennis wants the Niners to suck so he can feel better?
    Cue Ozzy’s “Crazy Train’
    They lost a game. Big game? Yeah. Pisser? Yeah. Could we have beaten NE? Yeah, most likely. Do I get to now read 1,000 posts by Dennis threatening to kill KW? Probably. Will he continue his Alex bashing? Oh boy. I can’t wait to find out.
    I don’t know what you are up to on my blog, Dennis, but lighten up, eh?

  50. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Chuck, please don’t tell me to do that ever again. I guar-un-damn-tee you that I’d be the last one on your list that needed to “lighten up.” You know who needs to lighten up? Sgt. Hulka will tell ya…

  51. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    And Chuck, I take it as a personal affront that you would think that I would threaten Kyle Williams with his life. Have you read any of my previous comments from earlier today? I feel for that man. I sympathize with that man. And if ever I were a football player and had that same unfortunate play happen to me, I could empathize with him.
    But I can’t, you can’t, and no one else on this goddamn blog can feel like Kyle Williams. I know you and many others have or would like to label Kyle Williams as the “goat” for yesterday’s loss, but I can’t. I have too much respect for his intentions and love for the game. I can’t. I won’t.

  52. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    And believe you me, Chuck. If I were to wish Kyle or you any wrong doings, I would wish and order for that firstborn male child to be killed. That’s a Mel Brook’s JOKE that he took from the bible and used in “Blazing saddles.” Exodus 12:29 to be exact; And it came to pass, that at midnight the LORD smote all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharaoh that sat on his throne unto the firstborn of the captive that was in the dungeon; and all the firstborn of cattle.
    Ain’t that a bitch. Have I told you about the time I met Mel? I don’t think so. I’m saving that nugget for my deathbed. But I’ll let you in on this little secret: Mel’s even funnier in person.

  53. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    I can’t wait for the No. 6 Dance…

  54. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    And believe it or not, I’m funnier in person also. 馃槢

  55. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    New post is up.

1 Pings/Trackbacks for "End of the Line"
  1. Kredite online…

    […]49ers Outsider » Blog Archive » End of the Line[…]…

2021 Schedule
09/12 - 10:00 AM @ DET
09/19 路 10:00 AM @ PHI
09/26 路 5:20 PM v GB
10/03 路 1:05 PM v SEA
10/10 路 1:25 PM @ AZ
10/17 BYE
10/24 路 5:20 PM v IND
10/31 路 10:00 AM @ CHI
11/07 路 1:25 PM v AZ
11/15 路 5:15 PM v LAR
11/21 路 10:00 AM @ JAX
11/28 路 1:25 PM v MIN
12/05 路 5:20 PM @ SEA
12/12 路 10:00 AM @ CIN
12/19 路 1:05 PM v ATL
12/23 路 5:20 PM v TEN
01/02 路 1:05 PM v HOU
01/09 路 1:25 PM @ LAR

2021 Draft Class
1. QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State
2. OG Aaron Banks, Notre Dame
3. RB Trey Sermon, Ohio State
3. CB Ambry Thomas, Michigan
5. OG/OT Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan
5. CB Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon
5. S Talanoa Hufanga, USC
6. RB Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana
2020 Prognostications (Mulligan Version)
Bullit: 6-10
NJ49er: 6-10

Skeebers: 7-9
Winder: 4-12

Grumpy: DNP