Gotta LOVE The New Guys!

49er-logo   This season will be talked about for years…

The SF 49er’s returning veterans, along with the talented athletes joining us this year, will be out-classing every team on the play schedule. And that is coming directly from the gal who said in Sept. 2012 – “……. Super Bowl!”

We exploded all over the San Diego Chargers last night, beating them by 28 points. There were many unbelievable plays, by the newest 49ers. You know, the ones that leave you with your mouth wide open saying “WHAT the Hell just happened!?!” The commentators replay them from all angles so you can maybe figure it out, but you are already clapping, pumping your fist, or doing a happy dance because the 49er’s scored more points. This is way more important than if we understand how they did it.

Let Coach Harbaugh worry about that.



The Vikings Are Conquered (Part II)

All righty then!  😉

I happy-danced an extra five minutes. Not only did the guys beat the Vikings, but they ran over them – by 20 points!

Jim Harbaugh has his work cut out for him  as far as the new guys go. He did some chewing out this evening, and I’m sure when films are viewed tomorrow, he will further emphasize the error of their ways. I won’t go into all the details. If you watched the game, you know what I’m talking about, and the commentators already beat that horse.

In fact, the commentators tonight beat every horse there was in the NFL last season. We missed plays tonight because they would not stop with their replays and stats from last year.  Stop living in the past and watch the games happening in 2013. And if you don’t have enough trivia and stats to blab about yet – then do us a favor and SHUT UP!

Holy Mute Button, Batman.

Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?
My Favorite Commentator

Was That a Real 49er Game?

I wasn’t expecting this – it didn’t even feel like football.  49er-logo

Now I’ve been in the mood for football for months. This week I have worn all of my 49er shirts. Today I was so jazzed about tonight’s game that I reminded everyone I dealt with while running errands in town to watch it.  Most people had no clue pre-season was even starting and I was happy to fill them in.

Then, as I watched the game, it didn’t feel real to me. Something wasn’t right, maybe a few things even. Get this – I was more bothered by the fact it didn’t feel like football, then watching Denver beat us.

See what I mean? That is not me.

I planned to post about tonight’s game, but I didn’t have anything interesting to say. I’m staring at the blank “New Post” form, uninspired. And then, as if a lightening bolt zapped my brain, I FIGURED IT OUT!  It’s not often that I am struck by sudden insight (or lightening), so I had to take a break and do a little happy dance, then get myself a soda before returning to my blank post and telling y’all about it.  😉

Reasons tonight’s game did not feel right:

  1. Who are those people?  The only player’s I knew played in the 1st possession. Then they left the field and strangers came on. I knew there were new player’s and rookies coming aboard, that happens every year. I don’t remember so many new names and faces all at once. Am I getting old, or are we firing more people in the off-season?
  2. What happened to Coach?  He looks like Jim Harbaugh, but he’s either been swapped out by aliens or put on some serious medication.
  3. Where are the fans?  Have the stadium folks started selling the Candlestick Park’s seats already?  So sad to see so many empty spaces…
  4. Film Crew.  Someone please tell the cameraman that he’s supposed to be filming the game and not the cheerleaders. This must be pre-season for cheerleaders also – there were so freaking many of them.
  5. Peyton Manning.  If I wanted to constantly see all his stats, interviews and re-winded plays, I’d be a Bronco’s fan.

Whew! I feel better now. Thanks for listening.  🙂