Sensible Shoes

The candidates to fill the shoes at nose tackle and free safety — Ian Williams and Eric Reid — both played well in the first exhibition game. The sky, which had been threatening to fall all down upon our 49er lovin’ heads, returned to its rightful throne as Mr./Ms./It Firmament.

Delanie Walker left some empty shoes here, too, but Delanie’s shoes were never as big as advertised or even hoped for. Newcomer Vance McDonald gave every indication in his first game as a 49er that he’ll be adequate to fill those shoes and maybe even provide an upgrade.

My goodness. One practice game and we’ve solved all our problems! Oh what a year it will be.

The 49ers made three trips to the Red Zone against Denver and had to settle for three FG attempts. This has been the pattern of Greg Roman’s offense for two years and counting. His schemes work great between the twenty yard lines and fizzle inside the twenty. This is the exact opposite of Jimmy Raye’s offenses, which had good success in the Red Zone and not much outside of it. Solving this riddle is more important to the 49ers’ success this year than any solution to the great AJ Jenkins enigma.

Jenkins has now entered the Catch-22 Zone. He needs to make some receptions to get his confidence wheels rolling, yet our QBs have no confidence in him and are reluctant to throw the ball to him because bad things happen when he and the ball enter the same vicinity.

But the biggest question left in TC is clearly the stupendous log jam at WR. To wit:

Chad Hall
AJ Jenkins
Marlon Moore
Chuck Jacobs
Kassam Osgood
Quinton Patton

Anquan Boldin
Austin Collie
Ricardo Lockette
Lavelle Hawkins
Kyle Williams


Your challenge: pick four from the list to go with keepers Boldin and draft pick Patton. Keep in mind that two of the four you pick will only be here temporarily, waiting for the return of Michael Crabtree and Mario Manningham. Good effing luck. It gives me a headache.

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  1. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Lockette, Osgood and Moore might also be fighting for a special teams gunner spot.
    Osgood and Moore were brought in for that very reason and after one preseason game Lockette is the guy that has been most spectacular. Lockette needs to show he can do it consistently and he will secure the spot because of his versatility as a deep threat.

  2. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I really like how much speed we can put on the field at the WR position if we should choose to do so. What worries me is we don’t always choose to do so.
    This leads to one of the factors our poor red zone production. IMO, to be successful in the red zone a QB must be given options. We like to bunch the field and call specific plays. I’d rather put some speed demons and leapers across a wider formation and let my field general make a play with the match-ups he likes best. That could be a run up the middle vs only 5 in the box or a one on one match-up he sees fit.
    I like Bill Walsh’s theory of getting the ball into the playmakers hands in SPACE. Our red zone theory shoves that notion up the QBs ass.

  3. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Do you ever do the math before you post?
    50 catches 600 yds are 2.5 seasons
    (40 games) production according to you. That is 1.1 catches for 15 yds a game. If McDonald’s numbers were like that going into his third year you’d be calling him a bust.
    3 receptions and 38 yds a game does not make you a rookie of the year and those numbers are achievable especially when CK has to spread the ball around without Crabtree.

  4. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The Harbaugh Red Zone philosophy needs to be tweaked.
    I have noticed most opportunities consist of catching the ball inside the 10 and then trying to run it in.
    Especially with CK’s arm we need to throw the ball into the end zone.
    Learn to run and execute the damn fade. Lob the ball and not throw the fast ball. The fade is a touch and timing pattern.

  5. Unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Shit, do I have to explain your own posts to you, Bullitt? 50/600/6 would be outstanding numbers for the backup TE. Parsing it out to an average is ridiculous because football doesn’t work that way. VD went a few games without catches last year. Whither the backup? Less, eh?

    Like I said, Walker,as a 7th year guy didn’t come close to the numbers that you think VM will get as a rook. Walker never reached 30 catches, let alone 40 or 50. What am I missing?

  6. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    What you are missing is you don’t read or you fail to comprehend.
    Without Crabtree either Boldin or VD will get the double team. Either the other receiver emerges (hasn’t happened yet) or the second tight end becomes an integral part of the gameplan.
    Walker was only 6’1″ are more like an H back. McDonald is 6’6″
    and a big “joker” TE.
    The TEs will be targeted more and McDonald will benefit.
    One of us is going to be wrong on this.
    I make a prediction and you attack me for it? Who would’ve thunk?

  7. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    In Chuck’s world people who disagree with him are idiots and those who agree are geniuses.
    There appears to be a lot more idiots in Chuck’s world.

  8. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    FYI last year this guy did an analysis of Delanie Walker’s blocking in the Lion’s game.
    The proof is in the details.

  9. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Jamaal Charles had to be carted off the Chiefs practice field this morning. They’re calling it a “foot strain” for now. Lord help ’em if that lingers on…I can hear it now. “Alex didn’t have a running game. They asked him to do too much. Defenses keyed on their passing attack. Alex was put in a position to fail. He didn’t have a chance.”
    Don’t even start with me.

  10. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    We don’t have to start with you, you just did it to yourself. We might pile on for entertainment value. After all, your shrink could always use more money.
    In the end, two things. One, you are the one covering your ass right now for the voices in your head about Alex, and two, I don’t really care about Alex now except that he gets 8 wins. Alex has been in so many systems in his career that anything he is running now he should be familiar with. I don’t think losing Charles is going to affect his getting 8 wins. It will affect him getting a couple of wins but I only care that he gets 8.
    The one thing I will be checking is Alex in the red zone and us in the red zone, more so in the regular season than now. That has to do more with our play calling philosophy than Alex. Alex is just a variable in the equation.

  11. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    I’m covering my ass? You just covered your ass by saying losing Charles won’t effect them getting 8 wins? He’s the Chiefs BEST PLAYER. So with with Charles the Chiefs are a 10-win team? Don’t make me laugh.

  12. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    And so help me Christ. If you say Alex Smith is better than Jamaal Charles, I’ll effing lose. I will need more sessions with my therapist.

  13. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Vance McDonald out 7-10 days with an undisclosed injury. The good news is he won’t drop any more passes in the meantime.

  14. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Alex Smith is better than Jamaal Charles!

  15. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    If VM gets 50 catches, that means Bouldin is hurt, VD is hurt, AJ is cut, and all the WRs completely suck ass. And the Niners have switched to throwing the ball about 65% of the time. There is no way on God’s green earth that VM gets 50 catches. He’s a backup TE for God’s sake.
    And, as usual, you think I’m down on VM. As usual, you equate not blowing sunshine up his skirt with some sort of vendetta against him. I think he’ll be fine, but he’s got a steep learning curve ahead of him. And I certainly don’t think he’ll put up the numbers you say he will. Can you deal with that?
    Of course not. I call you out on your bloated numbers and you get all huffy. Flail away, skippy.
    Do you think there will be a fundamental change in offensive philosophy? Because the back up TE in the last 10 years has been averaging something like 18 passes a year. You are saying we triple that production?

  16. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Alex Smith is a better QB than Jamaal Charles.

  17. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Better than Matt Cassel, too.
    Somewhere around half the teams in the NFL would find him to be an upgrade, if only because he does not constantly throw picks. The Jets would trade half their team right now to get him, instead of the Butt Fumbler.
    Whether that translates into 8+ wins this year, I’m not sure, but we can hope. Losing Charles will not help, however.

  18. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Right. KC is in need of a game manager. Someone that won’t make stupid mistakes.
    I’m with Bergs. I’ll be curious to see how this red zone offense does. Recent history is not a big indicator of vast improvement.

  19. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You’re going to eat crow on this one just like you did on Crabtree.
    Yes Crabtree the guy you said would never make it and the guy you wanted to trade for any late round draft pick.
    I made a prediction. Let this season play out before you state that I’m wrong.
    Too bad you just can’t own up to anything with your selective memory. Want to talk about Crabtree and all the BS that you now deny?

  20. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    You said the earth was flat and the moon was made of cheese. Piss off.
    Beyond the fact I never said those things, just keep fabricating bullshit and saying its true.
    I can say Kappy will throw for 6,500 yards and 66 TDs. You think people will agree?

  21. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I just ordered my way in to see Joe Bonamassa on 12-7 in Reno!

  22. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Grumpy I’m half curious to see whether we might have any offers for Tolzien/McCoy from the NYJ myself.
    Jacksonville is another option for a QB we might not retain.
    See whether Baalke can swing the Magic Trade Hammer in the next 3 weeks.

  23. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Liked what I saw from WR Moore and LB Wilhoit too.
    Reid is a keeper, Lemonier has the Haley-like quickness and wingspan too.
    All in all, once we figure out the WR Group we should be golden.

  24. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Never said those things? Good thing there are archives.
    Sorry to catch you constantly lying.

    “Unca Chuck Says:

    July 28th, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    AZ overpaid for an obvious need. The Niners picked up Sac State’s QB. A guy who wouldn’t get drafted by his mother.
    This shit is getting weirder and weirder.

    Trade f*cking Crabs the second he’s healthy. He’s a goddamn cancer, not an STD. Gore should go, too.”

  25. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I’m curious to see how Baalke plays the 53 Man Roster with BJ Daniels too.
    He’s versatile enough to hold a spot outside of the QB ranks too.
    Figuring Lattimore will get the Red Shirt if Kendall proves healthy.
    Anthony Dixon still dances too much and missed some blocking assignments in the backfield but, he’s a ST contributor.
    I’d like to see Jewel make some progress too.

  26. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit many of us lamented the lack of a working relationship between Alex and Crabtree.
    Is was painfully obvious there was a stalemate there.
    Kaep and Crabtree built a very good bond together.
    Now, the issue of Cap Strategy comes into play because, Crabtree may become expendable.
    Patton will likely take his slot, if the money can’t be spread among Aldon, Iupati and Kaep.
    I’m waiting to see if they make a play for the Carlos money this year, in order to try to lock up Iupati, before he hits the FA Mkt.

  27. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    If our pass rush has improved enough to cover up the Secondary a little longer, I’d make the effort to retain Iupati and ask Carlos to cough it up.
    We have to think about Culliver as a future option as well, injury concerns not withstanding at present.

  28. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Chuck claims that I fabricate the truth and he never said anything bad about Crabtree.
    NJ, you can admit to things said that didn’t turn out as saidand I try to do the same. Chuck keeps droning on with arguments and then denies he ever said it.
    I’m just setting the record straight here.
    I’ll stop posting rather to have to lie to further my point of view.

  29. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I understand what’s going on Bullit.
    Wish you guys would agree to disagree and, bury the hatchet, to be honest.
    But, do what you must.

  30. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Both Rogers and Whitner had down years compared to 2011.
    Premature to write them off as Whitner is playing for a contract
    and he just turned 28 so he still has a lot of football ahead of him. Maybe Rogers has a bounceback year and is willing to rework his deal.
    The D ranked 2nd in the NFL and 4th in pass defense.
    If T Brown goes the free agent market route you will have to replace an entire starting secondary in the time frame of 2 years.
    Let’s see what happens this year.
    I believe continuity is a key factor to success, especially when things are working.

  31. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    I made a projection on Vance McDonald’s numbers and get the usual treatment from Chuck.
    Mcdonald being a second round pick and the 55th player taken
    you have higher expectations than a Delanie Walker who was a 6th round pick and the 175th player
    taken in his draft.
    I stand by my projection of 3 catches a game for 38 yds as achievable and realistic especially with Crabtree and Manningham sidelined.

  32. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Baalke has a knack for wrapping up guys early.
    Would like to see that happen with Iupati of course.
    I was very high on Vance coming into the April Draft myself.
    Hard to project production from a Rookie but, I love his upside.
    Project away.
    That’s why we’re here.
    Sharing opinions, talking football.
    Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
    It’s about the 9ers.
    I can talk about this subject until the cows come home.

  33. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    As for TBrown and Whitner?
    Whitner is horrid in pass coverage.
    Brown is a keeper at the right price.
    Hoping the Contract snafu turns into a positive, he could be a candidate for a September Contract extension.
    Not sure I’d look long term with Whitner but, he’s an asset back there from the mental aspect of his game.
    Cap friendly deal?
    Worth the consideration.

  34. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I’m not expecting Kaep to hold up the Cap either.
    He’s making a nice endorsement portfolio for himself already.
    Could be a favorable factor at the bargaining table?
    I must say, Paraag and Baalke have an excellent business plan.
    Not many Front Offices run as efficiently as ours does.
    We’ve weathered the storms and, can finally say, we’re contenders once again.

  35. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Whitner is a Strong Safety much like Tim McDonald.
    Maybe it’s time to dump the interchangeable Safety scheme they try to run.
    Before coming to the Niners he almost went to the Bengals and this was the scouting report on Whitner in 2011 and he was considered a liabity in coverage then.
    “Whitner (5-10, 208) is one of the better run-support safeties in football, but he can be a liability in coverage. He has accounted for just eight turnovers in 66 career games. But he offers a veteran presence who can tackle and minimize the learning curve in a short camp, and help the Bengals’ defense climb back into the top 10 of the NFL. Whitner had a career-high 18 tackles in a game last season and at one point had 17 more tackles than any other safety in football. Whitner credited the Bills’ switch to a 3-4 scheme for his prolific tackling year, saying that “covering tight ends, covering wide receivers, playing in the box, playing deep, blitzing” gave him added responsibilities.

    When Whitner allowed three touchdown passes, two to tight end Todd Heap Week 7 against Baltimore, Bills coach Chan Gailey defended the safety by saying, “We’re asking Donte to do a lot. When you ask a lot of a player, sometimes it’s going to be good and sometimes it’s not going to be good.”

  36. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I’m thinking Trenton Robinson is the plan for the foreseeable future there?
    He’s smallish too however, but, I think he covers pretty well.
    Haven’t seen enough to know firsthand.
    Like the Marcus Cooper addition too.
    Saw a little of his game here at Rutgers.
    Big body, runs very well.
    He’s not ready at this point however.
    See how he comes through Camp.

  37. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Michael Thomas could also be in the picture too, as he’s a taller candidate.

  38. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I like the flexibilty our scheme enables us to do.
    Reid appears to have the football IQ you desire on the backend, much like Ronnie and Whitner possessed.
    Time will tell.
    First thing you want, guys that like to play.
    The rest is on the Coaching and the players’ ability to learn.

  39. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    If Crabtree recovers fully I hope they make signing him a priority in 2015 when his contract is up.
    Not that easy to find WRs with skills like Crabtree. He is now in his prime and should have some
    monster years if fully recovered.
    It has always been a myth that he would bolt for the Cowgurls who already have 2 #1 type WRs in Bryant and Austin.
    In 2015 they can give Crabtree Boldin’s $6mil if he retires after re-upping for one more year.

  40. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I’d concur now about Crabtree.
    Had my doubts about his desire to be in SF until Alex was replaced.
    It was a common assumption with Dallas because he was admittedly a ‘Boys fan I believe, having been a TX kid.
    As with any extension, the Player has to be willing to accept the offer to be retained.
    Have no problem keeping him aboard, now that Kaep and he have found some early success together.
    Of course, an achilles injury at the WR position, is something to be scrutinized thoroughly.
    He’s never been considered a completely healthy individual since being Drafted.
    Worth the consideration, all things being relative to physical/medical factors.

  41. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Boldin and Ahmad Brooks are 2 guys’ Contract-wise, that will be interesting moves as it relates to keeping younger guys.
    Should Patton and Lockette develop, you could get by without Crabtree.
    He’s a perfect example of why I don’t project WR Picks in Rd 1.
    Way too many flame outs.

  42. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Kyle will cover the imminent loss of Manningham hopefully.
    Parys and Goodwin are likely done after this year too.
    Our OLine is in excellent shape for the immediate future.
    The DLine has been restocked this year too.
    Our concerns for Franks’ replacement look promising too.
    Our focus is now on LBs and DBs.
    A major work in progress.

  43. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I’m starting to feel about AJ the way I felt about ‘Bling’ Lloyd.
    Is his head into the position or, is he seeking to become a classic catch and fall WR?
    That’s one thing I loved about Patton coming out.
    He looks to do damage after the ball is in his hands.
    We’ll see how that plays out.

  44. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    There is no doubt AJ Jenkins is pressing and that is just making things worse for him.
    If Harbaugh/Roman really want to help Jenkins out they will start the game with a 5 yard hitch or some easily completed pattern to settle him down.
    The beat writers are fanning the flames charting his progress and paucity of catches in practice.
    If this continues AJ might require a change of teams to get his head straight and relieve the tremendous scrutiny.

  45. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Whatever, Bullitt. I was down on Crabs 3 season ago? I wasn’t the only one. Frankly, Crabs is what he is. A solid if unspectacular possession WR. He runs the risk of Goldsoning himself off the team. The point being, it shouldn’t be as hard as these guys are making it to find some quality WRs.
    For all the talk of Crabs and Smith not feeling it, his numbers before and after the switch are pretty much identical. Under 8.5 games with Smith, Crabs had:
    43-500-4 TDs
    Under Kappy in 7.5 games:
    42-605-5 TDs
    Better under Kappy? Sure. But not the huge difference it’s made out to be.
    As far as AJ goes, he just has to make plays. This has nothing to do with the press. It has to do with his failure to pick up the playbook and get himself in the right positions on the field. Getting open and holding on to the ball would also help. Yeah, they should trade him to the Jets. Less scrutiny there. EVERY 1st round draft pick is under scrutiny. SF is a cakewalk compared to a lot of other teams.

  46. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    AJ may be pressing, but he did himself no favors by showing up last year out of shape. He hasn’t picked up the playbook, according to reports out of the 2 camps he’s been a part of. This is his 2nd attempt to get on the field, and he isn’t doing a very good job. There are guys (Moore, Osgood, Hall, Lockette) who have blown by him after 1 camp. He stands a very good chance of not making it through camp if he doesn’t improve.

  47. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    You pummel people who disagree with you and then when you’re wrong you go into complete denial.

    You don’t get it? You called me a liar accusing me of fabricating the truth when you in fact were covering your ass with a lie.
    I’ve gotten used to this because this is how you operate.
    Good job Chuck getting a “whatever” as a form of contrition from you.
    You have much in common with Ryan Braun which is ZERO INTEGRITY and CREDITBILITY.

  48. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    And before you go on the usual rant that I’m stalking you let me point out I made a comment and projection on Vance McDonald which you went out of your way to
    piss on. You could’ve let it go but you decided to go into attack mode.
    I said let this play out and we’ll see after the season but you
    keep putting in your disparaging commentary which I know you will deny when the season is over and you are wrong again.

  49. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Grumpy is out buying popcorn!

  50. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    OK, I think Kappy with throw for 8,000 yards and throw for 75 TDs.
    I could find about 350 posts where you fabricate bullshit, but why bother?
    I don’t ‘pummel’ people who disagree with me. I disagree with Grumpy and NJ, and Bergs all the time. Like this VM thing. I think you are WAY off with the numbers. Your response? “What you are missing is you don’t read or you fail to comprehend.” In other words, your usual rant when I question your post. I get annoyed when you throw the hyperbole around. When I return the favor you get all pissy. In other words, you act childish.

  51. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Your exact words from your past post that will always define you

    “See, that’s the difference between you and me, Buwwitt. I tend to think things through and come to conclusions that may or may not be true, vaild, or even sane.”

    That gives you license to fabricate the truth and spread lies?

  52. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    I challenge you to find those 350 fabricated posts.
    Time to walk the walk.
    Your usual BS and attempts to deflect.
    Yeah telling people to piss off is not pummeling them?
    Your mama needs to teach you some manners son.

  53. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit, they’re starting FF leagues over at NN today. Did you want in our yahoo league? RTF can’t play.

  54. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    I thought I emailed you on the ESPN FF site but apparently you didn’t get it.
    Yes I’m in if you give me the details.
    I just heard a commercial on the radio to never bet on a horse named Tripod or go cliff diving with a guy named Cliff or play leap frog with a unicorn.

  55. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    bullit- I personally asked Del to invite you to play in our yahoo league. He said he was already on it. Glad to see you joining.

  56. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    This took all of 2 minutes to find. I’m sure everyone in enthralled by all this, Bullitt. But here’s your usual fabrication of something I post. This had to do with Ahmad Brooks and his beer bottle incident. I noted then that you misrepresented what I said:
    July 8th, 2013 at 7:48 am
    Buwwitt, here’s one of your thousands of misrepresntations:
    My quote: “If players were able to be suspended for being assholes, well, there’d be about 1,000 players on suspension right now.”
    Your misrepresentation:
    There are 1696 players on active NFL rosters and you think 1000 of them should be suspended for being assholes. Really?
    Why do you watch this game if it disgusts you so much?
    You do this all the time. Cute, but stupid. You find the other 349.

  57. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    In the continuing saga of “As the Stomach Turns” here’s another fabrication from Buwwitt:
    I say:
    July 24th, 2013 at 1:56 pm
    My take on it is, if the hat is an issue, then you are sorely lacking in common sense and are easily distracted by bright shiny things.
    Rodgers speaks his mind, and you have a problem with it? Funny how fast you jump on Rodgers for supporting his friend. Even if Braun did f up, at least he knows who his friends are. I suppose all famous people shouldn’t say anything that could somehow come back to bite them. Let’s all cheer for vanilla!!!
    bullit Says:
    July 24th, 2013 at 2:59 pm
    Not only did Braun screwup, he thought he could get away with a coverup after he got caught.
    Way to go Chuck defending a liar and a cheat like Ryan Braun.
    You two are quite similar so I get why you connect.
    You have this moronic habit of supporting the wrong people and taking the wrong view.
    Where in that post do I defend Braun? Show me please. THis is your MO, skippy. Misrepresent and attack. I don;t agree with yout VM numbers, and you dig up 3 year old posts regarding Crabtree. Right. Makes perfect sense.

  58. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    It is written that in the strange and distant land of Nebraskiowa, the local corn growing peasants revere a strange two-headed God named UncaBullitChuck. And cower in fear at the terrible time that comes sometimes, which they call “tehinterwebzizdown”.

  59. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    “Even if Braun did f up, at least he knows who his friends are.”
    Yeah, one of them is Unca Chuck.
    I guess those who post here can come to their own conclusions.
    Just know that I have proven more than once that you are a liar with your own words and it’s crystal clear.
    The two examples you have given are a joke because they are so nebulous but then again it allows you wiggle room to constantly flip flop.

  60. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    We’ll always come back to your statement
    “See, that’s the difference between you and me, Buwwitt. I tend to think things through and come to conclusions that may or may not be true, vaild, or even sane.”
    Your words Chuck. Am I fabricating your quote?

  61. 12th manNo Gravatar says:


  62. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    So? I like that quote. I didn’t agree with your VM numbers and gave my reasons. You post your snide shit and you dig up 3 year old posts. What do I do? Agree with your nonsense? Sorry.
    You accuse me of fabrication yet I give you 2 examples of you doing it and you deny deny deny.
    If the foo shits, own it. Have fun being the blog weasel, skippy.

  63. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Get a clue, skippy. ‘Those who post here’ don’t give a flying rat’s ass. Never have, never will. You love prolonging this bullshit ad nauseum.
    I think it’s kinda fun, because you are Pavlovian in your consistency, but no one else gives 2 shits. But dig away. You can find some damning shit I said about Vernon Davis 4 years ago.

  64. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    I give the guys that post here more credit than you do.
    You said most Niner fans are idiots but I feel a flip flop coming from you on this one too.
    I just find it interesting that a guy who has his own blog would keep posting here and let his own blog flounder.

  65. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    You do? Goody. Again, does ‘most Niner fans’ mean these folks? No, but it applies to you. Yes, it takes a huge effort to run a blog and post at another one. Criminy, you are funny.
    My blog is fine. Come game day it does well. 200-300 hits. Please come over (without one of your aliases) and we can discuss this there. No one here wants to hear this. Of that I am certain.
    Of course do you deal with your fabrications that I pointed out? No. But carry on, MacSkip . . . I await your reply with, ahhhhhh f*** it. Hyuk!

  66. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Let me refresh your faulty memory on who’s the blog weasel?
    Chuck you were openly campaigning to have me kicked off for standing up to you and then had a meltdown where you had 5 posts
    badgering Skeebers like the crybaby that you really are.
    If I were you I would be humiliated for taking the coward’s way. So who’s the weasel?

    “unca_chuck Says:

    July 22nd, 2013 at 11:27 am

    Skeebs, at what point do you ban a guy for stalking posts of another?
    Just wondering. Cuz Bullitt, is a major dick. He and NoFear need to start an “I LOVE me some Unca” blog. They can rail on my various musings all they want in the privacy of their own goddamned place.
    And not realizing what he’s saying Chuck posts this when he doesn’t get his way.

    “unca_chuck Says:

    July 22nd, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    Looks like we should send Skeebs in to a ‘Running blog for Dummies’ seminar.

  67. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit, here’s the link to the league:
    I think all you have to do is join up. If you need an invite let me know.

  68. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Berger, see if your nephew would like to play again. If not, maybe Rob wants back in. I wouldn’t know. The bastard never calls me any more. But I’ll be sure and call him this Friday night if and when A.J. Jenkins coughs up another one. You wouldn’t think A.J. would have any throat trouble playing with Cox all the time.

  69. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Won’t let me in saying I’m not a member.
    Pls send me the invite. Tks

  70. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    I sent it to ********* Hope that’s right.

  71. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Del- Ask if somebody here wants to play.

  72. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    IF the foo shits, Buwwitt, own it.

  73. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Thanks for the link.
    I’m now in the Yahoo League.
    My team Dickless Weenies in the tradition of honoring stupid things that trolls espouse.

  74. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    bullit- Originally I was the Flying Festers in honor of our then OC Jimmy Raye who looks like Uncle Fester. The “Flying” part of the name was to mock our non existent imagination in the passing game. We then hired Mike Johnson as our OC so I changed my name to the Flying Johnsons. These days I am the Flying Romans.

  75. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    You should call yourself the red zone express . . .

  76. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Better to be the Red Zone Express then have what happened to Billy in “Midnight Express” (1978).

  77. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Dobbs has been suspended for the Packer game for weed.
    One game suspension.
    He might have been a bubble player
    this year anyway.

  78. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The talk is a reunion with Alex Smith this week when we play the Chefs.
    It’s also Glenn Dorsey going back to team that drafted him…

  79. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Today is Tebow’s birthday. What present did he get? Tom Brady left practice with a knee injury. On the radio I heard that Nate Solder fell on it.

  80. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    How do you know you’re the most important player in football? When Brady “hurt” his knee today, Bovada sportsbook suspended all AFC East, AFC Championship and Super Bowl bets.
    If Alex hurt his knee Vegas would continue to take your money and give you “free” drinks. Hell. I’d be buying.
    BTW, reports are Brady is likely to practice as soon as tomorrow. The entire country can breathe a big sigh of relief. The future president of the United States is going to be OK.

  81. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    When Tom Brady runs for President he wants every one to know he is not a crook and he did not have sex with that woman!

  82. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    And Troy Smith signs on with the CFL as a back up QB.
    God. How much do we miss that era of 9er ineptitude?
    Berger your FF Team name should’ve been The Hapless Jimmy Hats.

  83. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Brady landed a Super Model.
    Who’s gonna believe he couldn’t/didn’t have sex with any woman he wanted?

  84. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    My favorite was The Flying Johnsons. With that name I was hoping he could stay around for a while. Flying Romans is not too bad!

  85. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    NJ- I’m talking about the intern he smoked a cigar with. Actually, I don’t think they smoked the cigar. Don’t tell Giselle.
    Maybe I should have used I didn’t inhale?

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