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Posted by fantasyfurnace on September 28, 2012
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Last week was one of the most strangest that I can ever recall. The disastrous calls (and non-calls) by the replacement refs hurt some teams and naturally had an impact on our picks. But what was even more telling was that seven games in week #3 were decided in the final minute of the 4th quarter or overtime!
And so we’ll try to right the ship that finished an abysmal 1-4 last week, bringing what was a fairly decent 7-3 record to a more pedestrian 8-7. Here then are our five best bests for week #4:
*Home teams in CAPS:
49ers over the JETS- Looking to bounce back after their stunning defeat at the hands of the Minnesota Vikings last week, the 49ers have two things in their favor. For starters they have the 7th best rushing offense in the NFL and they...
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Jim Harbaugh and the San Francisco 49ers unleashed a new offensive wrinkle on Sunday. After losing their first game of the season in Week 3 to the Minnesota Vikings, it appears that Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Greg Roman have decided that it’s time to inject some life into their Alex Smith paced attack. In a surprise move the 49ers out-Tebowed the New York Jets in the...
MONKEY ON YOUR BACK
Delanie Walker has spent 6+ seasons with the 49ers playing a variety of positions: WR, TE & fullback. The guy is an NFL survivor. A 6th round pick out of Central Missouri, this guy should be out of the league by now. Walker shouldn’t have been able to hang around this long. Then again, when you’re a “Mother******* beast” (his words) you stick around in the NFL.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis is one of the hardest hitters in the National Football League and you could say that when he sees a ball carrier that he keeps going and going....
Check out Patrick starring in this viral video for the battery company Duracell:
Black Sports Online
Thanks to our friends at Black Sports Online we got a hold of this picture of 49ers tight end Delanie Walker and his gorilla tattoo.
I just can’t imagine how long it took to get that done. I’m cringing just looking at it (I’m scared of needles).
If you listen closely, the collective sigh of relief from the 49ers faithful fans screams like the winds off the Golden Gate Bridge. Meanwhile, on the other side of America, that sound you hear is the New York City media pounding the Jets like an over-the-hill heavyweight (much like the Niners did today).Completing their two-game road trip one down and one up, the San Francisco 49ers...
49ERS vs. JETS (Sun Sept 30 1 PM ET)
The 49ers are coming off a loss to the Vikings and now they face a Jets team that is 2-1, but lost defensive leader CB Darrellle Revis in their last game. The Jets did win their last game, but it went to OT and was against the weak Dolphins.
Frank Gore and the rushing offense of San Fran struggled against the Vikes, but this Sunday they face...
Alex Smith knows his team will likely need an improved performance from its offense this week, and the 49ers will try to deliver that against an opponent missing a major part of its defense.
Which way does the thumb turn for the 49ers after their 34-0 victory Sunday over the New York Jets, including a bounce-back of defensive dominance, a regular wrinkle of Colin Kaepernick, a convoy for Carlos Rogers, David Akers hooking to the right, Dashon Goldson playing a mean center field, Frank Gore’s power plunge, emerging new weapon Mario Manningham and much more? Check inside.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Colin Kaepernick, Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter each ran for touchdowns to highlight a 245-yard rushing effort by the San Francisco 49ers, who forced four New York Jets turnovers in a 34-0 rout of the Jets on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. The 49ers (3-1) capped a two-game road trip with their second shutout under Jim Harbaugh. The Jets fell to 2-2 in front...
Before Monday night's "Inaccurate Reception" debacle, the biggest story of Week 3 was San Francisco’s shocking loss to the Minnesota Vikings.The 49ers were shut down on offense, and Christian Ponder and company had their way with what is supposed to be one of the best defenses in the NFL.The Jets are coming off a 3-point victory, in overtime, over division rival Miami...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- After the San Francisco 49ers' thorough 34-0 win over the New York Jets on Sunday, coach Jim Harbaugh said he walked into the visitor's locker room at MetLife Stadium and heard a bunch of players declaring, "That's more like it." The words were a lot different down the hall after the Jets watched the 49ers dominate them with the style...
Do you think Rex Ryan gets a little green with envy when preparing for Jim Harbaugh's San Francisco 49ers?Since his introduction as Jets head coach prior to the 2010 season, Ryan has envisioned his team in a certain way: defensively labeled as a hard-nosed, smash-mouth unit that creates turnovers and beats up the quarterback -- and if they put a few players on their ass, no one...
The New York Jets (2-1) host the San Francisco 49ers (2-1) Sunday afternoon, at MetLife Stadium from East Rutherford, NJ.
Game starts at 1:00 pm on FOX (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
49ers favorites over Jets.
Spread is -4 points.
My pick is the 49ers.
This game will be the tougher task of the season as the Jets will take on the 49ers this coming Sunday...