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Week 3 GDT - New York Giants vs San Francisco 49ers

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Well, week 2 was as depressing of a blowout win as you could have. Not really much more to say other than the game changed the forecast of our season. BUT, I still believe this will be a team that competes for a playoff spot in the last few weeks of the season. 

Anyways, to the Giants. They had their fair share of injuries last week, and none bigger than losing their stud RB in Barkley. Jones will take more risks than Darnold and will test this defense vertically, but will also give the secondary some opportunities to create a turnover. I'm expecting two INTs by the defense this week, one by Kwon or Warner and another by one of our safeties. Our pass rush will mainly come from the interior but there's not much you could do when both your stud rushers are out with injuries.

Offensively, I don't expect Kittle to play and we will be without Mostert, Deebo and Jimmy G. Mullens is fully capable of leading a solid offense and doing enough to win, especially against the Giants.

This game won't be a blowout like the Jets game, but I'm expecting a close win.

SF 24 NYG 17

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4 minutes ago, 49erurtaza said:

 

I feel bad for Thomas.....but im all for this. He has been a really pleasant surprise thus far, glad we have capable back-ups

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Just now, 49erurtaza said:

 

Givens had some impressive pass rush snaps as well. Very solid player. 

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11 minutes ago, J-ALL-DAY said:

Givens had some impressive pass rush snaps as well. Very solid player. 

It's amazing that once Trent Balke left we are one of the few teams that can constantly find talent whether its a 1st rd pick or an undrafted FA  

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1 hour ago, J-ALL-DAY said:

Well, week 2 was as depressing of a blowout win as you could have. Not really much more to say other than the game changed the forecast of our season. BUT, I still believe this will be a team that competes for a playoff spot in the last few weeks of the season. 

Anyways, to the Giants. They had their fair share of injuries last week, and none bigger than losing their stud RB in Barkley. Jones will take more risks than Darnold and will test this defense vertically, but will also give the secondary some opportunities to create a turnover. I'm expecting two INTs by the defense this week, one by Kwon or Warner and another by one of our safeties. Our pass rush will mainly come from the interior but there's not much you could do when both your stud rushers are out with injuries.

Offensively, I don't expect Kittle to play and we will be without Mostert, Deebo and Jimmy G. Mullens is fully capable of leading a solid offense and doing enough to win, especially against the Giants.

This game won't be a blowout like the Jets game, but I'm expecting a close win.

SF 24 NYG 17

I feel better about this game with no Saquon but agree that it probably won't be a blow out. Giants have more talent than the Jets but still think we squeeze on out.

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12 minutes ago, NcFinest9erFan said:

 

Shocking

Will be 30 years old after the season, suffers from constant back and knee injuries...even with the restructure, you could argue its time to cut bait. 

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2 minutes ago, Forge said:

Shocking

Will be 30 years old after the season, suffers from constant back and knee injuries...even with the restructure, you could argue its time to cut bait. 

According to sportac, we have a potential out after this year? is this still the case after the restructure?

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I'll be very surprised to see him back to this season considering his history with back injuries.....

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17 minutes ago, NcFinest9erFan said:

I'll be very surprised to see him back to this season considering his history with back injuries.....

 

50 minutes ago, NcFinest9erFan said:

 

This is EXACTLY why I thought going after him via trade, and subsequently signing him to a long-term deal was a mistake. He's always dealing with a nagging injury or just injured all together. You just don't give those kind of guys a ton of money while also forking over a draft pick.

Guys like that don't magically stay healthy. Its one of the reasons I was reluctant to re-sign guys like Armstead & Ward. The most important attribute for any player is availability. 

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2 hours ago, 49erurtaza said:

 

Was high on Givens after pre-season last year. Great to see he's making the most of his opportunities.

With Thomas done for the year, I'd like to see them promote Darron Daniels to the 53. I think he's another diamond in the ruff type who could surprise ppl. Makes sense with Jones being hobbled with a ankle injury as well.

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13 minutes ago, 757-NINER said:

 

This is EXACTLY why I thought going after him via trade, and subsequently signing him to a long-term deal was a mistake. He's always dealing with a nagging injury or just injured all together. You just don't give those kind of guys a ton of money while also forking over a draft pick.

Guys like that don't magically stay healthy. Its one of the reasons I was reluctant to re-sign guys like Armstead & Ward. The most important attribute for any player is availability. 

I don't mind the contract, none of it was guaranteed. We can cut him at any time with no dead cap. That was before the restructure but even now, the roll over pays for the dead space if we cut him, so it's a wash 

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6 minutes ago, N4L said:

I don't mind the contract, none of it was guaranteed. We can cut him at any time with no dead cap. That was before the restructure but even now, the roll over pays for the dead space if we cut him, so it's a wash 

FYI Dee has a $11.6M Injury Guarantee on April 1, 2021, so if he can't pass a physical he won't be cut.

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12 minutes ago, N4L said:

I don't mind the contract, none of it was guaranteed. We can cut him at any time with no dead cap. That was before the restructure but even now, the roll over pays for the dead space if we cut him, so it's a wash 

It's more so the player than the money. We wouldn't have this problem if we had gone after Za'Darius Smith instead of Ford. AND we could have kept our draft pick.

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