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  • Garcia Era Over - Dev is shedding a tear :-)

    How will history remember the Garcia era?

  • #2
    Don't worry Rams fans...the Niners will be like the Arizona Cardinals for the forseeable future.

    The ownership sucks, the general manager sucks, the head coach sucks...and a good many of the players suck.

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    • #3
      And there you have it. The beginning of the POST GARCIA era.

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      • #4
        your 49er offense for next year.........Tim Rattay to Brandon Lloyd. I can't wait.

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        • #5
          i blame the stupid management for everything. it started with the firing of mooch. mooch was a good coach, got the most out of those players. the niners shouldn't have been in the playoffs the last few years. mooch was supposed to be the fall guy during a rebuilding process. instead, he got them to overachieve and win. he got the most out of Jeff Garcia and Terrell Owens as well. look at their numbers under mooch. now look at their numbers under erickson. both their numbers took a huge dive, and i think a lot of it is attributed to mooch not being there.

          i'm sad to see garcia go, but i've always kinda liked rattay when i've seen him play. he throws a beautful pass, and doesn't get happy feet like garcia. i'm interested to see how he plays on the road. he showed he's very comfy at home, but he got ate up in his only road contest.
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          • #6
            I think the death of the 49ers began with the 2002 draft--Terry Donahue's first as the GM. It was pretty clear that he didn't know what he was doing right from the outset.

            As bad as I think firing Mooch was, even worse was replacing him with Erickson. It was pretty clear when they did this that Walsh no longer had any voice, something that dumbfounds me because Walsh is probably the smartest NFL mind who has ever lived. He might be the only guy over the last 50 years who is a Hall of Fame caliber head coach AND a Hall of Fame caliber personnel man. Walsh never would've hired Erickson--Walsh is the creator of the West Coast Offense and Erickson isn't a West Coast Offense guy. But he's Donahue's guy. Walsh hasn't had any voice since then and it was pretty obvious the team would go downhill after that.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by devaskar@Mar 3 2004, 11:55 AM
              Don't worry Rams fans...the Niners will be like the Arizona Cardinals for the forseeable future.

              The ownership sucks, the general manager sucks, the head coach sucks...and a good many of the players suck.
              I think that'll be the case, although 20 years is a little steep....

              Fish: I think Lloyd is going to be a solid number two receiver...i like Rattay, but I don't know what to make of him as a number one guy.....

              Donahue sucks and I miss Eddie D.....

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              • #8
                I agree. Lloyd looks like at least a number two receiver in the league, I just don't know how he will handle being a number one, especially when they have nobody behind him. Rattay is the kind of guy who will be good in mop-up duty, but once he starts a couple games teams will find his weaknesses and expose them.

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                • #9
                  This is good for the Rams but Seahawks are getting better.

                  The Seahawks may win the division next year.
                  Go Cards ...12 in 13.


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                  • #10
                    I've always hated the 49ers, even before the Rams came to St. Louis. So I say good riddance to bad rubbish.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by TTB@Mar 3 2004, 02:00 PM
                      This is good for the Rams but Seahawks are getting better.

                      The Seahawks may win the division next year.
                      They're always getting better and might win next season.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by devaskar@Mar 3 2004, 12:44 PM
                        I think the death of the 49ers began with the 2002 draft--Terry Donahue's first as the GM. It was pretty clear that he didn't know what he was doing right from the outset.

                        As bad as I think firing Mooch was, even worse was replacing him with Erickson. It was pretty clear when they did this that Walsh no longer had any voice, something that dumbfounds me because Walsh is probably the smartest NFL mind who has ever lived. He might be the only guy over the last 50 years who is a Hall of Fame caliber head coach AND a Hall of Fame caliber personnel man. Walsh never would've hired Erickson--Walsh is the creator of the West Coast Offense and Erickson isn't a West Coast Offense guy. But he's Donahue's guy. Walsh hasn't had any voice since then and it was pretty obvious the team would go downhill after that.

                        5-11 in 2004.
                        you should go to this niner board i'm on. these guys think Walsh has lost it, and outright claim that they know more about football than Walsh. un-effing-believable.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by BringBackZezel+Mar 3 2004, 02:02 PM-->
                          QUOTE(BringBackZezel @ Mar 3 2004, 02:02 PM)

                        • #14
                          Originally posted by TTB@Mar 3 2004, 12:04 PM
                          As in WIN IT ALL?

                          I don't know. It should be pretty wide open in the NFC next year. There is no dominant team.
                          There are 29 teams that could win it all.

                          Then there are the 49ers, Cruds, and Chargers.

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