With a sack and forced fumble on Alex Smith. Yeah, he's not bad.
TO THE HOT TAKE CANNON
I'm not saying that the Niners are going to pull the comeback, but how is the game "iced" if there's still 13 minutes left and they're only down by 14? I'm pretty sure our game wasn't "iced" at the beginning of the 4th quarter against State and we were down by 21.
Anyway, yeah, BG's awesome.
EDIT: Must...contain...arrogance...Niners...down...by 7...
I agree, you never know what could happen. If I recall, I think the Colts were down 21 to the Buccaneers with 4 minutes left in the game one year, and Manning led them back to a victory. Something like that anyway.
Well said about the Colts comeback against the Bucs in 2003. Keyshawn Johnson was talking smack about Marvin Harrison saying how Marvin only catches short balls and screens. And then "The Sheriff" happened. I only know remember that tidbit due to my Colts fanhood. My point is, the game is iced. The 49ers don't have "The Sheriff". Alex Smith is more along the lines of a Mall Cop.
Down by 3. 2:00 minute warning. 3 timeouts. hmmmmm...
p.s. I'm not a Niners fan, I just like comebacks.
p.p.s. Oh well, they tried.
Alex Smith is SF's QB.
That would seem to indicate that Alex Smith iced the game...
Stop picking on my team for drafting a crappy qb
I think everyone here knows that the best draft strategy is to take a wide receiver in the first round every year. Never fails.
The incredibly loud boos coming from the crowd were a lot more entertaining than this whole, competent SF offense.
The game ain't over, but it was a huge play.
I hadn't realized he lost his starting job. That made me sad. Then his forced fumble made me happy.
That trips formation just gave me bad flashbacks to the Indiana game.