49ers clinch playoff berth, 41-34 ove...

49ers clinch playoff berth, 41-34 over Patriots

There are 26 comments on the WDBO-AM Orlando story from Dec 17, 2012, titled 49ers clinch playoff berth, 41-34 over Patriots. In it, WDBO-AM Orlando reports that:

San Francisco 49ers strong safety Donte Whitner tackles New England Patriots running back Danny Woodhead in the third quarter of an NFL football game in Foxborough, Mass., Sunday, Dec.

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Since: Apr 08

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#21 Dec 30, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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Haha, I do know Gino-Flake a little too well unfortunately. You're not talking about Justin are you?
Both! lol A father/son duo.(hence all the judge-its)

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Since: Jan 12

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#22 Dec 30, 2012
jeffry Helms wrote:
<quoted text>colin is alot taller than alex, but not as fast as a thrower, if colin faces a good secondary ,they might spring a trap on such a slow thrower.
Kaps throwing motion is longer but he puts A LOT more velocity on the ball. I might even say he has the most zip
On the ball since favre.

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#23 Jan 4, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
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Kaps throwing motion is longer but he puts A LOT more velocity on the ball. I might even say he has the most zip
On the ball since favre.
Alex just needs to wear platform shoes kinda with more height so he can see more of the field, Alex is more of a quarterback, notice who colin main receiver is?? crabtree?/ alex's main receiver is vernon, who is a long ball extra yard person, how many yard does vernon have now in a game?? 10 -20 yards!!! crabtree will probably get hurt in short yardage situation and colin will have to throw long-- maybe into a falcons trap. Our offense is short sighted now with two real options --- colin and crabtree, with alex the offense was alot more versatile , he just needs more height with shoes. Frank gore is pretty banged up, with hunter out and jame's injury inevitable , I don't see a falcon victory right now.

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#24 Jan 4, 2013
ZOMBIE COMMUNIST wrote:
<quoted text>Alex just needs to wear platform shoes kinda with more height so he can see more of the field, Alex is more of a quarterback, notice who colin main receiver is?? crabtree?/ alex's main receiver is vernon, who is a long ball extra yard person, how many yard does vernon have now in a game?? 10 -20 yards!!! crabtree will probably get hurt in short yardage situation and colin will have to throw long-- maybe into a falcons trap. Our offense is short sighted now with two real options --- colin and crabtree, with alex the offense was alot more versatile , he just needs more height with shoes. Frank gore is pretty banged up, with hunter out and jame's injury inevitable , I don't see a falcon victory right now.
Alex is only an inch or so shorter than Kap. Kap is a better down the field passer than smith. Smith is a better short passer than Kap. Kap can keep the play alive longer with his speed which helps because they have a poor pass blocking o-line. Alex didn't target Davis much when he was the starter either. I don't mind targeting Crabtree the majority of the time as long as the other targets step up when needed. The injuries to Kyle Williams, manningham and hunter are big. They were 3 of our top 7 targets. I would not say the offense was more versatile with Alex. I think was the opposite. I like smith's lack of mistakes and turnovers but he doesn't attack down field like Kap can. I'm not worried about the falcons at all. I'm more worried about Seattle or Green Bay.

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#25 Jan 16, 2013
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Alex is only an inch or so shorter than Kap. Kap is a better down the field passer than smith. Smith is a better short passer than Kap. Kap can keep the play alive longer with his speed which helps because they have a poor pass blocking o-line. Alex didn't target Davis much when he was the starter either. I don't mind targeting Crabtree the majority of the time as long as the other targets step up when needed. The injuries to Kyle Williams, manningham and hunter are big. They were 3 of our top 7 targets. I would not say the offense was more versatile with Alex. I think was the opposite. I like smith's lack of mistakes and turnovers but he doesn't attack down field like Kap can. I'm not worried about the falcons at all. I'm more worried about Seattle or Green Bay.
I think alex relapsed a little and was not getting enough protein or had cat doo in garden autumn health problems, He really did not do anything wrong in the 2012 season, Ted Ginn did not help matters, Alex still has the leading yards on the team and carried the team in during the hard part of their schedule. That playoff game with the NY giants 2011?? that's what lost the "mojo" for alex , the way he performed in the last few minutes, like he had a attitude problems or something, the coach tried to kiss him- maybe that turned him off??????

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#26 Jan 16, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
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Alex is only an inch or so shorter than Kap. Kap is a better down the field passer than smith. Smith is a better short passer than Kap. Kap can keep the play alive longer with his speed which helps because they have a poor pass blocking o-line. Alex didn't target Davis much when he was the starter either. I don't mind targeting Crabtree the majority of the time as long as the other targets step up when needed. The injuries to Kyle Williams, manningham and hunter are big. They were 3 of our top 7 targets. I would not say the offense was more versatile with Alex. I think was the opposite. I like smith's lack of mistakes and turnovers but he doesn't attack down field like Kap can. I'm not worried about the falcons at all. I'm more worried about Seattle or Green Bay.
colin is doing great, but we all know what happens to rushing quarterbacks, lets hope he keeps it down to a minimum and stays away from the linebackers, if ginn and akers had done their job, alex smith would still be quarterback, as is colin is a fantastic replacement and those "team" errors would have affected colin also if the shoes were on the other feet so to speak. I can't see the 9ers affording two classy quarterbacks like alex and colin. Maybe a trade?? Sorry to mention names on mistakes but alex really got a bad rap when he did a fantastic job. Personally, I think colin is better with his rushing ability and clean and sober time.

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