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Tony Gonzalez Is Going To Have A Huge Game Against Sf


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I just watched a few coaches' film tape on the Niners loss to the Vikings, and their defense bites on the play action hard. Many times TEs from the other team were running free. For example, Zach Rudolph was a one man wrecking crew against the 49ers one the opening drive of the game. I think misdirection plays will be effective, like end arounds and whatnot. But I think Gonzalez is really going to have a big game to help us get to the Super Bowl.

Hopefully the running game shows up again early. SEA's defense was better than SF's, but SF just got Justin Smith back and they are no doubt better up front than SEA. If the OL can have success again, our offense should be able to score on the Niners like they did against SEA. I don't think we punted until the 4th quarter. I think Gonzalez should be in great position to make some good plays, plus I don't see their DBs covering our WRs for 60 minutes. Ryan missed some throws in the first game, but now that we have that postseason win, I think those same throws will be made against SF.

I'm still nervous about our defense against CK though.

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imagine team biting hard on a fake to AP.

This is AP coming off of injury. And with the way we ran against SEA's stout run D, SF will have no choice but to respect our run game.

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This is AP coming off of injury. And with the way we ran against SEA's stout run D, SF will have no choice but to respect our run game.

Torris do you follow football around the league ? It seems like you don't . No offense , but 49er run defense is better than Seahawks

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#1 TE stats against the 49ers this season...

Week 1: Jermichael Finley: 7 rec 47 yards 1 TD

Week 2: Brandon Pettigrew: 3 rec 18 yards 1 TD

Week 3: Kyle Rudolph: 5 rec 36 yards 2 TDs

Week 4: Jeff Cumberland: 4 rec 17 yards 0 TDs

Week 5: Scott Chandler: 4 rec 40 yards

Week 6: Martellus Bennett: 1 rec 9 yards 0 TDs

Week 7: No TE catch

Week 8: Jeff King: 3 rec 43 yards

Week 9:Bye

Week 10: Lance Kendricks: 3 rec 48 yards 0 TDs

Week 11: Kellen Davis: 2 rec 20 yards 0 TDs

Week 12: Jimmy Graham: 4 rec 33 yards 0 TDs

Week 13: Lance Kendricks: 3 rec 32 yards 0 TDs

Week 14: Anthony Fasano: 2 rec 9 yards 1 TD

Week 15: Aaron Hernandez 10 rec 92 yards 1 TD

Week 16: Zach Miller: 2 rec 15 yards 0 TDs

Week 17: Jeff King: 3 rec 10 yards 0 TDs

Divisional: Jermichael Finley: 4 rec 35 yards.

We won't be attacking with TG as much as our WRs.

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