The Poo Factory

We’re nearing the half way point of the 2016 season and a few things have become obvious:

  1. The team stinks.
  2. Fans hoped Chip Kelly would improve the offense and he has. Last year, the offense was near the bottom and this year it is 18th overall. Last year, the team averaged 14.8 points per game, and this year it’s 20.5. Under Blaine Gabbert, the offense averaged 22 points per game. Under the washed up, overpaid, overrated backup QB, the offense is averaging 16.5 points per game. The only reliable WR on the team, Anquan Boldin, is now helping Matthew Stafford pull out last second victories in Detroit. This year’s crew consists almost entirely of third string talents, but Kelly is still getting more out of this side of the ball than Jim Tomsula did last year.

    Still, the improvement might be somewhat illusory, since half the points happen in the first quarter [good], but the other half occur in 4th quarter garbage time [stat padding]. In between, there’s almost no offense at all.

  3. The defense was supposed to be the strength of the team and it has been the weakness — by a stunning amount. They were 18th last year and are now dead last in points per game and 31st in yards. DC Jim O’Neil apparently is no Eric Mangini, a concept that should cause him to contemplate a career change.
  4. And so should Trent Baalke, the guy who provided all the defensive players that, as a whole, are stinky. Even if they get yet another incompetent to replace him, he still has to go. You can’t let a guy keep his job when he just doesn’t have the foggiest idea how to do it.
  5. Jed York sucks. Nothing new here. He’ll suck forever, no doubt. When you’re nearing 40 and don’t have a clue, there’s little chance you’ll ever get one. Look no further than unca_chuck. Never had a clue, doesn’t now, and never will. Terminal condition.
  6. Rooting for the team to lose is the only way to go now. Wins are counter-productive to progress. Plus, when you get into the spirit of it, seeing the team tromped each week is pretty entertaining. Try it, you’ll like it.

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  1. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    That’s right Skeebs, there is a sort of ghoulish fascination in watching the ongoing drama of Niner destruction. Right in time for Halloween too. Fortunately the NFL is providing a similar spectacle of management ineptitude leading to an increasingly unpopular ‘product’ formerly known as good football. It should be no mystery as to where the league is heading = likewise down. And for the same reasons = arrogance, greed and stupidity.

    Misery loves company.

  2. winderNo Gravatar says:

    If in fact continued losing will bring about major changes then I’m all for it.

  3. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    But can you enjoy it? That’s the key.

  4. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Damn right! We rooting for destruction are 6-1! And that’s six in a row, by the way.

    Anyone suffering through the Thursday Night Football dust up saw exactly how the Niners rack up points this year.

    The Jags earned like two field goals all night and only because the blow-out was so complete did the Titans and surprisingly, Dick LeBeau, go into prevent mode.

    Backing off on pressuring the QB and playing the receivers 10 yards off conceding all the pass completions they cared to throw and settling for no gain after the catch.

    LeBeau must be getting soft after sixty years in the game. The final score made it look like the Jags made a game of it. They did not.

  5. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    A few more things have become obvious:

    1.) Skeebers’ hatred for Kaep isn’t based on facts…. although Skeebers tries really, really hard to make it appear that way.

    2.) The 49ers will continue to wallow in the mire until York is gone.

    3.) The Michigan / Michigan State game tomorrow will be a total blowout.

  6. winderNo Gravatar says:

    skeebs- I dunno. One thing I do know is that I am not getting upset about anything on the field. That is new for me. But, I am pissed about the ‘if we don’t say anything, maybe they will believe that nothing is wrong’ attitude of our FO.

  7. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Not getting upset about anything on the field or in the FO is the hallmark of this team this season. It’s just not important anymore. Kaepernick included. Yes the problems are many and they are not to be denied, but so what? Just grim entertainment and the logical conclusion of past several years of pathetic ‘management’.

    No expectations here. None are justified but counting the failures is. We have entered ‘brown bag’ territory, no denying that.

  8. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    My crush on Mo is past history. My new crush is Dontari Poe.

    Yup, they’re projected to be $1.5m over the cap.
    They’ll need to make some cuts/restructures just to sign their rookies.

    Good news if you’re like me and LOVE the idea of Poe & Berry. Most of the guys on this list won’t reach Free Agency, but those 2 porbably will due to their cap situation.

    Posted by christopher.burns

  9. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Back in Feb, Steve Young’s comments on Kap.
    He says Kap had a mindset to be a Jet and burned many bridges before he had no choice but play for the Niners.

  10. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    For me what happened to Harbaugh is very simple.
    Harbaugh needed a contract extension and lil Jed and Baalke chose to make him a lame duck refusing to give him a bump ion pay
    and extending his contract.

    Lil Jed and the front office started leaking rumors and innuendo that Harbaugh was looking elsewhere, even floating the idea he wanted to coach the Cleveland Browns.

    It turns out that this was a propaganda campaign orchestrated by Jed and the FO to get rid of Harbaugh. Apparently lil Jed’s ego couldn’t take the praise that Harbaugh was getting for the success of the team. Lil Jed listened to Baalke’s BS and felt that any coach could lead the team to success. Obviously lil Jed did not choose wisely and now we live in the shitstorm dumpster fire lil Jed has created.
    Lil Jed couldn’t just sign the paychecks and chose to meddle with success.

  11. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    It seemed obvious from the lack of activity in the offseason that the FO was intentionally bagging this season for as high a draft pick as they could get in 2017.

    I also think they are allowing Colin to play as part of the deal for the new contract. Better chance to be 1-15 with Colin than Blaine.

    They are forced to spend big over the next 4 years on FA.

    If I were GM, fix the D in FA with young stars coming off their rookie contracts. Make a big play for Poe to finish the dline, some good ILB, and draft Myles Garrett.

    Use 2nd and 3rd picks for WR1’s. Keep Gabbert and maybe pickup Glennon. Draft QB’s in 2018.

    Need two years to rebuild the talent. Will Gamble be the GM? How about Peyton Manning.

    FO, hold your nose and prepare to overspend.

  12. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit – You’re missing two important things in your Kaep and Harbaugh narratives. When you write … Kaep burned bridges with one foot out the door, what you’re missing is, “Who cares?” It’s the 49ers. What bridges are of consequence? Who cares if his lack of relationships with those “high up” in the organization or his teammates force him to play better or worse? It’s the 49ers. Everyone sucks. Pay me, release me, relationships on a team that leaks information as readily as this one does don’t matter much. Think Kaep would be a distraction on a team like the 2012 49ers by kneeling for the anthem? No way. Kaep’s protest shows clearly that Kaep doesn’t care about winning with this bunch of chumps and who can blame him? An owner that leaks information as much as Jed does can’t create a culture of loyalty or hard work for your fellow teammates.

    And regarding Harbaugh, if it was as simple as just an extension, or even a pay raise, Jed would have granted it. There’s no doubt in my mind. The issue was Trent Baalke.

    Back in 2014, I was starting to see that Trent Baalke was a bad GM. And the year the 49ers drafted Vance McDonald in the 2nd, after the 49ers had picked AJ Jenkins and LaMicheal James, Harbaugh came out and publically stated, “With so many draft picks this year, this is a signature year for Trent Baalke.” What did Harbaugh do every year before and after joining the 49ers? He evaluated and recruited talent. He did Baalke’s job, only better. If I could see that Baalke was a bad GM then, Harbaugh could certainly see it. Harbaugh was a master at recruiting and evaluating talent.

    Do you remember when Harbaugh took over he made certain people starters who had been on the bench or in rotations? They plugged holes immediately after Harbaugh took over. Harbaugh and his coaching staff make T. Brown the starting corner, brought in Carlos Rogers and Donte Whitner. They drafted the best pass rusher in the game. On offense they drafted a full back in Miller and brought in the Saints’ center in Goodwin. And drafted a backup to Alex Smith.

    These moves weren’t Baalke ideas or moves, I assure you. In the beginning, Jed wanted a GM and head coach who “Worked together in ‘lock-step.'” It started out that way, but after a while, Jim Harbaugh started to see that Trent Baalke was an empty suit. And the newspapers started to report that Baalke and Harbaugh didn’t get along. I don’t blame Harbaugh. Baalke sucks and if the GM doesn’t put bullets in your gun, you can’t win gunfights. I’ve said it all along, if I could see Baalke was a bad GM in 2014, Harbaugh knew it long before I did.

  13. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Wow…. First drive of the game – Michigan State just ran the football right down the throat of Don Brown’s defense. Brown couldn’t adjust, sometimes running 3 man fronts against a Michigan State team clearly looking to make a running statement on the first drive of the game.

    So much for my “blowout” prediction. This looks to be a dogfight.

  14. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Michigan starting to roll, but their D got exposed early as not as good as advertised. Michigan State ran the ball down their throats. And Wilton Speight needs to quit under-throwing wide open receivers. That said, Michigan’s offense is better than it’s defense. You read that right. The Michigan defense is overrated, and the offense is underrated.

    Also love hearing Brock Huard say that Pete Carroll wanted to let Jim Harbaugh know Seattle’s watching the great job he’s doing with his defensive players. Loved what Pete Carroll said about Harbaugh when Jed York was running a ridiculous smear campaign on Harbaugh – “He’s a stud.” I’d rather be a Seahawks fan than a 49er fan. At least Carroll and Paul Allen have class. Jed York is scum.

  15. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    One of Baalke’s bonehead decisions that should get him fired.

    Crabtree has more TD catches since becoming a Raiduh than the entire Niner WR corps.

  16. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit – What about letting Iupati go in favor of WR T Smith? Ridiculous. Who can’t see an all pro guard is more valuable than a wide receiver?

    Wilton Speight, as a red shirt Sophomore, has a lot of growing and work to do on his game. He can spin it, but he needs Harbaugh to work with him for another year before he’s championship ready. Hopefully he’ll grow into that caliber qb by next year. Love to see him go up against Alabama’s D in a championship game, for the growth. He’d throw a lot of interceptions and fumble the ball, but he’d learn from it.

  17. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Unless he turns his season around I would not give Eric Reid the big contract he no doubt is seeking.
    Reid is not a ball hawk and is far from being an impact safety.
    On deep throws he’s rarely back there to support the corners who are being toasted.

    In my mind he has yet to justify his draft position for which Baalke traded up to draft him in the first round. Reid has never been the same player after his concussions.

  18. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The QB that might be this year’s Carson Wentz is Mitch Trubisky of North Carolina. Very accurate with 71% completion percentage and 18 TDS and 2 Ints.

  19. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Michigan is a year away from a championship if 3 things happens:

    1.) The D needs bigger linebackers and to move Peppers to safety.

    2.) Wilton Speight needs to continue to grow and mature and see his growth move in a positive direction. And he needs some big game experience.

    3.) The offense needs one more impact wide receiver. Darboh is good but he can’t take over the game by himself. Alabama will double him and Butt and Speight will have to run for his life. The offense needs one more impact player.

    Harbaugh is close.

  20. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Wolverines scoring 16 unanswered points by early in 4th. TD and 3 FGs for 30-10 lead. Looks like the D is responding. Had me worried there for a sec Spit but now working on that blowout.

  21. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    I am Jim Harbaugh and I approve this message lol

  22. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Michigan needs bigger and better linebackers. If they get that next year, and they move Peppers to safety where he should be, Peppers can fire through unblocked and take out running backs that get to the edge. Right now, Michigan is vulnerable against the run. Alabama will run right over Michigan.

  23. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    If you haven’t seen this it’s entertaining

  24. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Even Joe says it was a big mistake to force Harbaugh out

  25. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Yup Joe’s not stoopid. He said “Jim’s not there and the troubles continue. Is that Harbaugh’s fault?”

    When you are a Poo Factory ya gotta keep cranking out, uh, product

  26. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    For comic relief the head of the Fairyland Chuckles is still the head apologist for Kap.
    Why run a blog when you don’t understand football????

    Chuckles claims QB play has nothing to do with the defense giving up yards. When the opponent’s offense has the ball on average 10 more minutes than your team and are running over 20 more plays from scrimmage, the 3 and outs is a key key factor and that’s on the QB not making plays and moving the chains be it Gabbert or Kap.

  27. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Nobody, Chuck included, needs to apologize for Colin Kaepernick’s play. If anyone needs to be a 49er apologist, they need to apologize for Jed York’s inept leadership and decision making because if you can’t field a team or at least a team with some good components, you can’t criticize players for not playing well because how you perform next to me impacts how I play. I don’t need to run a blog to understand that.

    Kaep wants out and he’s behaving that way. If I was talented enough to play in the NFL, I’d want to play for a winner as well. I certainly wouldn’t want to play for Jed York. I’d boycott too.

    Right now, Jed York is paying Kaep to protest the American flag. I love it.

  28. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Kaep is playing for his career. Looks to me he was given an ultimatum. Keep existing contract and be a bubble wrapped RG3 or released. Or a new contract to finish out the year. Prove you deserve another year, otherwise auditioning for another team in 2017.

    So far he is a failure, a dud. Still fleecing Jed tho.

  29. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Not going to feed the troll

  30. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Bakkentom, you don’t understand. The 49ers didn’t want to play Kaep because of his contract and risk of injury, and they couldn’t cut him. They restructured his contract so it costs the 49ers less, and now he’s playing. But part of the restructure is that Kaep is no longer a 49er at the end of the year. Kaep gave up contractual leverage because he wants out of SF. Next year, on the open market, he’ll definitely be black-balled by some teams like the Cowboys because of his anthem stand, but other teams and owners will give him a shot. No team or insightful analyst will hold his time under Kelly or Tomsula against him, regardless what the Kaep haters on this blog say.

  31. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Kaepernick, who cares? Like many other players and most other issues around the team, I could care less. This is a very small step from chuckling at every bit of news outta 4949 Centennial, it is all so uniformly bad. Puts me in the Skeebs club of “Hey look at that pratfall…and pass the popcorn”.

    Kap had a tough row to hoe around here since 49 Wins got dumped. As did every other player, fan and coach. Lots of people do not survive suicide and Kap actually stuck around doing better than most, many of whom fled. His future lies elsewhere I guess. Perhaps his skills will never be up to the level needed for success in the NFL again. We know this = when 49 Wins got dumped Kap immediately declined along with the team and every other player. Suicide, it’s tough.

    I wish Kap well, now leave as the peak is past. We need so many things = owner, GM, coaches, QB, etc. Maybe he will find an ideal situation to ply his trade in the NFL. Maybe not. Not worth fighting about IMO.

  32. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    The market will set his value if any team picks him up in the offseason. He has to have confidence he can get something similar to RG3’s deal with the Browns. RG3’s body was known to be glass. So Kap thinks he has a chance.

    I want the QB that gives us the best chance at 1-15 for the highest pick so we can get a deal and trade down. Or take Garrett if he is a bigger version of Von Miller.

  33. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Can Kap get a contract similar to BG’s, about 2 million a year.

    Doubt it. Kap has repeatedly demonstrated he cannot pick up enough of the mental aspects to command an offense. With his skillset, most GM’s would rather go with a rookie instead.

  34. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Our best chance for a win is against CHI in early December. From the archives this is the game two years ago and very similar matchups.

    We have a poor pass rush to disrupt Cutler and Jeffrey/Miller. This was the baptism under fire for slot Jimmy Ward against Brandon Marshall. Bears have an injured oline so we can do better on these matchups this year.

    We have a good oline to give our QB time but in 2nd half Kap was figured out and two of the three INT’s were telegraphed by Kap’s eyes freezing on his target. The rookie Kyle Fuller CB and especially S Chris Conte had easy picks.

  35. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Kaep will play next year in a blue state, but he won’t get paid much at all because he’s limited himself. He’s smart enough to avoid a disaster again like the 49ers, but his scope of potential suitors is much smaller. Prior to his protest, he could go anywhere despite the Kaep haters on the this blog crying he’s no good. Now he’s limited to blue states and some of those blue states have qbs, and others that don’t have qbs are about as good as the 49ers. He’s limited to teams like the Rams, Jets, Redskins, Eagles and Bills. There’s no way a team in a red state will hire him. The Eagles and Bills might run him out of town as well.

  36. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    O coaching staffs have to teach fundamentals and a playbook and develop game plans that take advantage of matchups for that game. Not much time to develop and disseminate to the players early in the week.

    All of the above work is defeated with a stupid QB. How much of the fault of bad execution is on the coach and QB. Kap has hit his ceiling. He hurts the team.

    NYJ has one year Bryce Petty and rookie Christian Hackenburg developing. CLE has Josh McCown, Cody Kessler coming off a concussion. LA has Keenum and Goff. Eagles have Wentz etc. They all have 3 or more QB’s now, whether on the 53 or PS.

    CLE had all 4 or 5 QB’s IR’D or injured and still no trade for Kap.

  37. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Kap makes a shit load of money for a skillset of a sophomore QB. He never mastered QB 101. He was among the first that could use the virtual headset developed at Stanford.

    He squandered all the coaching spent on him. Last year the coaches dumbed down the playbook so much the ARI DC had mathieu, etc know our pass routes better than Kap. Those 15 or so straight run plays were not for Kap, but for our OC to figure out how to outsmart the DC who defeated everything they minimized to help Kap.

    Kap has worn out his welcome. Kap is Coach Killer KICK. Bortles went to House’s QB camp after his rookie season. Kap partied.

  38. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    A question. Why doesn’t Kap wear the Beats headphones to his pressers now?

    Guess they dropped their sponsorship and won’t pay his fines.
    Give Kap a platform and it’s all about Kap.

    Same crap after every loss. Instead of always saying “We have to play better” why doesn’t he ever say I have to play better?
    His DNA won’t llow that.

    Just like Kaepernicking which was really stupid trying to mimic Tebow. In the past several years we’ve seen Kaepernicking as much as the “Icky Shuffle”.

    Turns out his going to summer school to improve his QB skills was just a PR stunt.

    Kap is not a “team player”. It’s always been about Kap.
    Now the entire NFL won’t even touch him for a 5th round draft pick so I don’t understand why his fanboys still think he’ll be a star.

    Kap is 29 and on the down side of career because he has never adjusted to the NFL game and what QBs need to do to be successful preferring to follow in the footsteps of Michael Vick,

  39. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    No statement more clear than this “His DNA won’t allow that” that shows Bullit is a racist. That’s what’s behind Bullit’s hatred for Kaep. Skeebers isn’t a racist. Skeebers just preferred Alex Smith. But Bullit? Bullit’s a racist. Plain and simple.

  40. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Sticks and stones but coming from a guy with the brain the size of a chick pea is just one of your absurdities.

    Try as you might to deflect, Kap is a shitty QB who the Niners couldn’t trade for a 5th round pick.

    You continue to show your ignorance when you think there are teams in the NFL that have a worse QB situation than the Niners who are dead last in offense and dead last in passing.

    You and Chuckles want to head the Kap fanboy club. It’s neck and neck but in this case you are both losers.

  41. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Anyone wants proof Bullit’s a racist, read October 29th @ 7:48 PM.

  42. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Statistically Kap ranks 38th in the NFL passing. Must be that gaudy 46% completion percentage.

    Gabbert ranks 32nd which shows you that Niners do have the worst Quarterbacking in the NFL.

    When it comes to Quarterback play, Harbaugh’s “whose got it better than us?” would be responded with EVERYBODY!

  43. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit was accurate stating Kap executes plays.

    QB’s must know the entire playbook, make pre-snap reads of the D, know how to audible out of it and what adjustments each target will make.

    That is called having a command of the offense. Drew Brees is called a computer on the field. He does all of the above. Post-snap reads help him know what adjustments the receiver will make. Those adjustments help receivers get open. QB’s need to find those targets otherwise sacks occur. Those are on the QB.

  44. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Vernon Davis is having another big day for the Redskins.
    He has 5 catches today for 93 yards. For the season he has 25 catches for over 300 Yds.

    Just like Crabtree and Boldin, Baalke let these guys walk without giving them a reasonable offer to stay and he failed to replace them in the lineup.

    That is why the WRs and TEs are in shambles because all 3 of those guys were #1 draft picks.

    Blake Bell hasn’t done crap this year and will probably be off the roster next year.

  45. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit’s a racist. Not surprising another racist in Bakkentom has Bullit’s back. When will NoFear support Bullit with his white hood on?

  46. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit there’s a HUGE reason none of these guys have been productive in SF.
    It starts and ends with SH!T QB play.
    Everyone, including Delanie, Boldin, VD and Crabtree have found better production elsewhere, simply because of piss poor SF QB play.
    Torrey has been invisible because the QBs don’t see him or, can’t deliver to him.
    Chip has to be given time, to find whatever it is he’s seeking at the QB position, before anything is going to improve.
    They whiffed with Alex and Kaep.
    At this point, Kaep is a lame duck QB auditioning for another team.
    Might as well tank it the rest of the way or see what Ponder can offer before the Draft.
    We’re going nowhere.

  47. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Still living in a dream, spit. Snap out of it.

    Kap walked into a loaded team. OL was top 5. Run game with Gore opened up the secondary and LB’s always had to respect the run first.

    Defense kept games close. Got the ball back with good field position. Team loaded with leaders in the locker room.

    Roman’s playcalling kept the defenses honest and prevented the DC from keying on Kap. Oline injured in 2014. Roman tried to ease Kap into more of a dropback passer. Willis and Justin Smith played injured.

    2015 offseason retirements and letting Crabtree go forced Kap into being the leader. The O needed him to take command of the offense. Needed him to alter his style to compensate for a poor oline.

    He could not be part of the supporting cast. He had to step up and be the man. Adversity forces this on QB’s. Some excel. Some fail.

  48. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Dak Prescott came into the NFL like Kap. Dallas D is not good but their O is better. #1 oline with Elliot, Witten, and Dez.

    Romo will get released. Watch Dak, the perfect QB for self-hating white liberals.

  49. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Frank Gore shows he’s still got it scoring on a 19 yd pass breaking tackles to get into the end zone

  50. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    KC has a passing offense again, with backup QB replacing the game manager.


    Spitblood, you’ve become a silly caricature of a stereotype of a radical leftist parrot.

    Your time in the indoctrination camps of the liberal education system has resulted in another useful idiot as your commie hero Alinsky pulls your strings from the grave.

    Your once amusing nonsense is just nonsense anymore. The fact that you’re tolerated here, and only here, puts the lie to your wrongheaded ideology.

    Wise up, son.

  51. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah stick to football, it’s more fun. Hilarious in fact if we’re talking Niners. Pondering a new contest = “How much will we lose by this week?” I’m sayin’ Saints by 20…

    Nice post Bakkentom.

    Can Harbs be the $10 million dollar man? Yep he could be =

    Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh could make over $10 million during the 2016 season

    Spit pointed this out earlier, adding details now

  52. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The Raiduhs just tied the all time NFL record with their 22nd penalty of the game. They just broke it with their 23rd on a holding call.

  53. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Ian Williams.

    Amazing what a lack of run D does to a team. Ian was healthy all last season and kept us in games with the clown car coaching staff last year. Combined with lack of a pass rush and 1-15 looks like a done deal.

    Loss of Ian and Navarro puts a smile on my face. Offseason talent upgrade from FA and draft should be phenomenal.

  54. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Spitwad is toying with the Ejector Button

  55. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    A team that Kap won’t be playing for.

    Clark Hunt, CEO and Owner of the Kansas City #Chiefs called a meeting with all of his Coaches, Players and field staff and firmly told them,
    “You are all simply paid performers on a stage and that field is my stage!
    You will stand, with your hand over your heart and with respect, when our Country’s National Anthem is being played or you will no longer be a Kansas City Chief, a Coach for the Kansas City Chiefs or have any association with the Chiefs Organization!
    I will immediately fire you, no matter who you are!” You can make your political statements off the field, but when you’re employed by me and I’m signing your check…
    I demand that you make our fans proud and not embarrass them.

  56. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Exactly Bullit. Bravo for the Chiefs and go Alex. I guess Clark Hunt thinks love and respect for Flag and Country trumps focusing on divisive attributes like Race, etc.

    PC whiners are getting a little push back

  57. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Prepare to get schooled against NO. Quick read here.

    QB makes all the difference. 2nd RD rookie is their WR1. QB helps oline with only 11 sacks. Engram and Hightower will give them TOP and easy play action to Thomas, Cooks, and Fleener.

  58. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    For as much as I hate the 49ers and think this team will suck for decades under York, at least the 49ers aren’t the Browns. The Browns just traded a 3rd round pick for a great Patriots’ linebacker for, what? 9 more weeks? The Browns gave up a precious 3rd round pick for a player who might…. MIGHT play 9 games for them. Ridiculous. The Browns haven’t won a game yet. They aren’t sniffing the playoffs.

    The Patriots did their player dirty and other players on the team definitely noticed. The Browns once again showed why they’re the worst team in football. E-GADS!!!!

  59. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    The Browns are getting McCown back. As it is they have a WAY better passing offense than we do, and most of that is starting their rookie backup.

    Give them credit for not telling every player on their team that they give up on them and now there’s one playing season of their short pro career out the window for nothing. No, the Niners are the best at doing that, by far.

    Now I see the Niners are holding up the city of Santa Clara for cash or at least lying about the accounting of it. I wonder which candidate they support. No, I don’t. Birds of a feather…

  60. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Bears looking good in MNF. Goldman out yet their run D shutting down Vikes. O missing both starting all-pro OG’s yet Cutlets still getting it done.

  61. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Pernell McPhee coming off injury and Trevathan healthy. Goldman should be back for us. We lose. 1-15 here we come.

  62. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Vikes are certainly gonna be thinking hard about dealing for Staley tonight.

  63. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    And Jamie Collins would be a guy I’d be willing to add as well.
    He’s likely going to see FA next year anyway, assuming Cleveland doesn’t ante up before he hits the Mkt.

  64. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    What is really distressing for the Vikes is Bears had a bad oline last night. OT’s average at best. Sitton and Long out. Rookie Center. Cutlets had good pocket presence and delivered throws with D in his face.

    Vikings D did not look good. John Fox kept the long knives away for now. Hoyer had good stats but could not push in TD’s.

    Bears will be tough for us. Their front seven should be healthy by December, as well as Sitton and Long.

  65. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Found it. Gif at first comment is perfect summary of Kap. Happy feet. Bailing early. Cowardly exit. Staley did his job and steered the outside rush out of the play.

  66. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Sean Payton agrees that part time refs is nuts =

    “The system currently hasn’t improved. We say it has, but it hasn’t. We’re the only league with officials who have primary other jobs, which is really madness. We can pay these guys. They should be full-time NFL officials, and they should be working throughout the week, communicating,” Payton said. “Every other sports league employs full-time officials. And ours, these guys all have other significant jobs. I just think it’s very difficult to do.”

  67. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:


    After this week we control our destiny to 1-15. CLE is 0-8 and we are 1-6. There are two 2 win teams above us that have better talent and are healthy enough. CHI has the easier 2nd half schedule and has 4 competitive, winnable games. JAX has 2.

    This is the NFL and anything can happen on Sunday. CHI looks to be out of their funk. What will JAX do. I feel really good about #1 or #2 in 2017.

  68. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    CAR also a 2 win team. CHI and CAR have two much clicking now. Barring major injuries the bottom tier is clearly CLE, SF, JAX.

  69. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Nothing happened. MINN has one of the worst olines in the NFL. Injuries IR’D their LT and RT. LG Boone has some kind of injury from MNF.

    Next year’s 1st and 4th for Bradford. Since Kalil went down, Bradford sacked 11 times in 2 games. Two last night from a 325 lb DT. Drew Brees has been sacked 11 times also, this season.

    How best to protect that investment?

    Norv Turner, an OC known as a vertical attacker, is going to change his stripes and turn WCO with no running attack to help. No guards, no AP.

    Bradford will be throwing a lot balls away at 2.5 seconds I guess.

  70. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Saints by 20! That should be fun in the Empire of Poo

  71. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    2011 NFC Playoffs Saints at Niners…3392.49823.0.51576.….0…1c.1j4.64.tablet-gws..4.16.5324.0..0j35i39k1j0i131i46k1j46i131k1j0i20k1j0i131k1j0i22i30k1j30i10k1.S2-2Qja-nJU#xxri=13

  72. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Energy sucked out of the fans. Contrast with the Harbaugh years. The full 2011 Saints-SF playoff is the middle video of the link above. Each exit is just a pause.

    VD had his best day. Alex accurate. 1st Qtr had us up 14-0 with two big turnovers. Whitner hit and fumble of Pierre Thomas at the 3 set the tone.

    Need to see signs like the Bush “Do you miss me yet?” Substitute Alex for Bush.

  73. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Where is Norv going? JAX as OC or HC? SF as OC.

    JAX has the QB and WR’s and TE that can use his vertical schemes. Love for him to come back here but we are a wasteland, an oxygen-sucking abyss.

  74. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    (n.) Paper towel used by exotic dancers and entertainers at strip clubs.
    After completing her second song, Cinnamon grabbed a kaepernick and her spray bottle and wiped the pole down for the next girl.
    #kapernick #strippers #hygiene #hygene #stripclub
    by Bigsillyone January 19, 2014

  75. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Norval Turner did the same to Nolan as he just did to Zimmer. He can take his act to Hell (that’d be back to Dallas).

    Good coach with no moral character. As easily as he’d fit in around here I’d rather keep losing than trust my offense to that eff’n bastard again.

  76. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    No moral character?

  77. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    NF, be skeptical about what is in press and social media. Vikes cannot do long ball anymore, need WCO guy like shurmur. Most likely mutual agreement to leave. Bradford knows his playbook.

  78. winderNo Gravatar says:

    Badford is back to true form.
    NF- I think Turner went right to the HC San Diego job from the Niners. It was a big step up.

  79. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    I don’t give a shit about Minnesota. There wasn’t anything mutual about him screwing us out of three seasons.

    Zimmer said he didn’t know about it. Easy enough to say it was mutual instead. In fact, a lot easier.

  80. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah, Winder, that’s the low moral character. He left us with no time to get a new coordinator and with Nolan from the defensive side and a new HC, he screwed us and all of our players.

    That’s not nothing or excusable because it was a better job for him. Would you have stabbed the guy in the back who just brought you back from the dead?

  81. winderNo Gravatar says:

    NF- It would take a lot for me to stab anyone in the back. But I think that’s how the nfl works. A bunch of shipjumpers.

  82. SpitbloodNo Gravatar says:

    I find it interesting that racist Trump supporters, or any conservative for that matter, still thinks they have the corner on the moral character market. No racist, no misogynist, nobody who values screwing over employees and declaring bankruptcy gets to ever again claim someone else is lacking in moral character. Especially NoFear.

  83. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Got any evidence on that big fella? Yeah it’s easy to slur without any but have at it. Biggest rayciss are the hater socialist violence peddlers. Like you bringing emotional violence here endlessly. Poor Spit the violent hater has nowhere to sell it but here. Sad.

  84. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    Hey BakkenBullitt, don’t you get tired of pretending to prop up Skeebs’s blog? You’re acting more and more like V67 these days.

    Congrats on being closer to the Niners record in 2016 than I. See you on Wednesday when you can start practicing “President Clinton” (whom I hate, btw, but better than a fraud Fascist nutcase.)

    We have 9 more losses and the draft to complain about! Who has it better than us?

  85. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    I predicted last year some time that Tomsula would get the ax, then Baalke this year. I fear that the blade will remain unbloodied this year. Jed’s off counting his parents’ money somewhere, because he’s sure not being “accountable” anywhere.

    If Baalke stays, and Chip stays, wait a year. Lamar Jackson of Louisville is made for Chip, as Chip was made for Lamar. To not see those two together in the read option would be a crime of nature.

  86. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    (Waiting for comments from you know whom that he’s uh, uneducated and doesn’t use big words speaking, and not another one – oh crap, this is beginning of the end for America.)

  87. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    Phil, the United States Navy sent an aircraft carrier to the region lately. We have attack cruisers within range and our nuclear subs could take out all Chinese ports (they import 99.9% of their petroleum) within 20 minutes. With the F-35 running cover, and the B-2s from Japan, ha ha. We win the air war. The Chinese know this.

    We just rebased B-52s to Guam. Those would take a few hours, but could take out the major Chinese ports with conventional bombs.
    Blaming this on Obama instead of your own Fascist Duerte is idiocy.

  88. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    In this nuclear poker game, the B-52s are the real threat. If China starts building artificial islands in the petroleum shipping lanes of the Southwestern Pacific, those bombers are in prime position to take them out conventionally.

    The Phillipines have always been a fickle lover. We’re there, some hate us. We’re gone, some hate us.

    Duerte is what is going to kill your country, not a US president 10,000 miles away.

  89. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    But good news if Trump wins, Phil, he’ll sell the Phillipines to China to cover his debts to Chinese banks. Just like he’ll sell NATO and Eastern Europe to Russia to Russian banks.

    But it’ll be YUUUGE! You’ll love it! America Will Grope Again!

  90. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    RT it’s a dead heat between you and Spitblood as to who is the dumber ideologue. Fail. But you do have a larger info base on some of these issues I admit. However you are equals in your love of violence/conflict as we see here from time to time. Typical of your ideological persuasion

  91. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    An ideologue, Phil? I’m flattered. I don’t know how that applies to my posts this morning, but OK, I know you’re busy. Duerte’s death squads are probably getting ready to hit your island and you have to stock up on ammo.

  92. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    It was you neocons screaming that anybody that opposed George II and his Iraqi Failure was a traitor. Oh, and North Korea tested and exploded their first nuclear weapon, (but we won’t talk about that because – 9/11!!! Saddam Hussein!!!). Republicans are great on foreign policy.

    N. Korea is China’s crazy uncle and they’ve been using it ever since then like a blunt double-bladed axe. Thanks again, George!! The Dixie Chicks were always right about you.

  93. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    California bloggers,

    Please educate yourself. Still living in a bubble. If it is not in the SF Chronicle, it must not be news. is on fire.

    Millenial and black support not coming through for the first lesbian president. WJC, lesbian, and weiner frequent fliers on the Lolita express to Epstein’s orgy island for underage children of their choice. Video on WJC with a 13 year old yet to appear. Stay tuned.

    Dems going down in flames. Enjoy Nov 8.

  94. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Iraqi Christians, on obama’s watch from 1.4 million to 250,000. Torture, beheadings, burned alive in cages, females sold as sex slaves.

    Obama and lesbian behind Syrian rebels, aka ISIS and AL Qaeda. Ridiculous absurd anti-American Iran deal delivering 150 billion to finish their nuclear program. Middle East on fire. Yeah, lesbian knows foreign policy.

    Oh but wait. Trump a Hitler and can’t be trusted. Feed the idiots. Enough of you it still works. Huma had all of lesbians emails and forwarding to Saudi muslim brotherhood. Huma and her lesbian lover will be guilty of treason, proven in court.

    Be proud, RT and Spit. Stay cocky till the end.

  95. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    New post is up.

2021 Schedules
09/12: W 49ers 41, Lions 33
09/19: W 49ers 17, Eagles 11
09/26: L Packers 30, 49ers 28
10/03: L Seahawks 28, 49ers 21
10/10: L Cardinals 17, 49ers 10
10/17 BYE
10/24: L Colts 30, 49ers 18
10/31: W 49ers 33, Bears 22
11/07: L Cardinals 31, 49ers 17
11/15: W 49ers 31, Rams 10L
11/21: W 49ers 30, Jaguars 10
11/28: W 49ers 34, Vikings 26
12/05: L Seahawks 30, 49ers 23 12/12 · 10:00 AMCIN
12/19 · 1:05 PM v ATL
12/23 · 5:20 PM v TEN
01/02 · 1:05 PM v HOU
01/09 · 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
2021 Prognostications
Bullit: 12-5
Grumpy: 13-4
NJ49er: 11-6
Skeebers: 14-3
Winder: 12-5
Rob: 17-0
Spitblood: 0-17