joeyg2033

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  1. Was o line the problem against the 49ers in nfcc when he had 4 downs to punch it in from the 10? How about the 2017 playoff game against the Eagles when he had 4 chances to put a kill shot on the eagles and couldn't get it done from the 9 yard line. Was it o line then too? Bottom line is he is a stats junkie who can't win you the big game. How do you even begin to think about a rebuild with a soon to be 35 y/o? Hilarious...
  2. The best option? What would be the best option to kill oneself? Jumping off of a 50 story building or blowing your brains out with a shotgun? Get the point?
  3. Dimitroff drafted him, therefore that will be a virtual impossibility of that happening.
  4. Dimitroff has spent huge... huge capital on this offensive line. And it stinks... Matthews is decent at best. Unfortunate that the DNA didn't trickle down from his dad Bruce. McGary was embarrassed last game. Mack at one point was the best. But he is old now. TD didn't develop him anyway. The whole league knew he was good. Dimitroff has to go. The absolute inexcusable signings of Freeman, who stinks... and Beasley who is even worse is just putrid. Those two signings will be a yolk around the neck of this team for a long, long time.
  5. It helps if you have talent to coach. If not, you got problems...
  6. Obviously "genius" Dimitroff wasn't watching the same tape with the overwhelming glaring flaws.
  7. I've been saying that all year long... only to be shouted down by the homers and apologists in here that …"Ryan is a Hall of Famer..." As if that has anything to do with current state of his ineffectiveness.
  8. -----with that said, we don’t need to be spending high picks on QBs yet.----- Really? Ryan is 34 and might have several years left as a viable QB. Then What? If we're in a position to draft a franchise QB, then get him. They just don't fall out of the sky. You need to be in a position to take one, or else you might not get one. We should be in a position... who knows? Joe Burrow, Justin Hebert? Not sure if we would be in a position to take one of those. But if we were, we should do it.
  9. He would only underperformed and eventually become irrelevant here. It's the Atlanta factor at work. Losing and irrelevancy...
  10. Last time I checked Ryan had the ball on the 10 yard line with a chance to put away the 49ers. Did he do that? Yes or no? If he did, then that's what truly great Qb's do. If he didn't, then... well you have what you have.
  11. The 2013 NFCC game... Oh sorry that wasn't the SB...
  12. ------how is benching Ryan for him going to improve anything.----- Because by playing him it isn't much better...
  13. Can't win the big one would be first and foremost... (I guess that would fall under lost SB) Will break your heart every chance he gets... Please see 2013 NFCC game when he can't get it done from the 10 with a virtual whose who at offensive skilled positions. 2018 playoff game vs Eagles... Ball on 9 yard line with 4 downs to get in in... Can't get it done. Now I know the go to homer apologist knee jerk defensive come back is... Yeah?.... Well... Well... He's still a HOF QB! Just can't bring it all the way home like other Qb's can... See Brees, Roethlisberger, Rodgers, Brady, even Foles.
  14. Ryan is 34. He is not 24... 28... or even 31 for that matter. A guy who can't bring home a SB after being up 28-3 is not a winner. We can disagree on that. Wonder if Brees, Rodgers, Roethlisberger, Brady, or even Eli Manning would have collapsed like a cheap suit in that game. Ryan could not even will the team to win. I know he had a great QB rating in the game... but the issue is the intangible of not allowing his team to lose. All I remember is his face on the sidelines, with a look of just waiting to lose. A look like he just got kicked in the stomach. Not sure if you could say that about the aforementioned... My opinion anyway...
  15. I agree with most, if not all of what you said. You said we were bereft of key position players prior to our year in the SB, but somehow miraculously we mad it. Key word "miraculously"... How many times do you expect lightning to strike when key players are approaching the wrong side of their prime...granted they're having good years. It is not a long term solution. I think drafting a franchise QB is the first step of purging this team from the most ignominious loss in all of sportsdom. Time to turn the page. Breathe new life into this franchise. Get great coaching. Add quality players. Win a SB...