Reply by EC Pack

I was wondering about that if he even saw the field. In a cut up someone posted a couple weeks ago, MVS had some nice grabs early in the...
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Reply by mrtundra

++++We swept the NFC North this season and next season looks as if we may do that, again. IMO, It's key in getting to the playoffs. We...

Reply by Henry

Nonsense. It was a weird yet good season. Coaches need to learn as much as players. What encourages me overall is there is a healthy...

Reply by Floridarob

Looked as tho Petine decided he was not going to let the 49ers pass their way up and down the field. At least he can say that was ...

Reply by michiganjoe

Just saw where MVS had a single snap from scrimmage yesterday. For a guy many were excited about before the season he turned into a...

Reply by ShebPackFan

<<THIS>> Great post. You can't teach speed. SF is way much faster than GB and it showed in Week 12 and yesterday. Hopefully,...

Reply by MichiganPacker2

Their entire front four is first round picks. 3 of their own (Bosa-2nd, Buckner-7th, Armstead-17th) and Dee Ford (KC 1st round- 23rd)...

Reply by AtTheMurph

I can guarantee damn tee you that McCarthy would have thrown it 25 times yesterday if he coached SF.


The athleticism of their WR's over ours showed in the limited times they touched the ball....bigger / stronger / more athletic to break...

Reply by 50k Club

+ Team was incredibly healthy this year. Players praised ML's weekly approach and how fresh they felt. A huge change from constant hammy...

Reply by Ubetcha

I have to keep this season in perspective and look at this as Year 1 of a multi-year process of building a true championship team. It...

Reply by AtTheMurph

You cannot coach speed. Pettine lined up in base 3-4 to stop the run almost the entire game. Guess what happened? SF had a large speed...

Reply by Boris

BM also has the communication in his helmet. Something to be said for that. Getting rid of Pettine doesn't help the growth of this defense.