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NFL: 12-30 : Rams and 49ers

Old 12-30-02, 10:30 PM
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NFL: 12-30 : Rams and 49ers

What, no love for this game tonight?
It has a little significance, knowing what seed SF will enter as in the playoffs.

Right now it is SF 17-0 during the half.
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May want to change to the title to "NFL: 12-30: 49ers ... Just 49ers"

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Old 12-30-02, 10:37 PM
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Originally posted by das Monkey
May want to change to the title to "NFL: 12-30: 49ers ... Just 49ers"

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Aah...silly me
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Old 12-30-02, 10:41 PM
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Re: Re: NFL: 12-30 : Rams and 49ers

Originally posted by thisistyler
nah, they're 4th regardless.

draft order on the other hand...
Oh, duh...they are playing the Giants already
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There's a game going on right now?
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Originally posted by k-qwick
There's a game going on right now?
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Old 12-30-02, 11:25 PM
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Originally posted by Da Thrilla
Oh yeah.That.
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Old 12-30-02, 11:40 PM
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Hehe Hearst just got yoinked!
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Old 12-30-02, 11:44 PM
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Some Nerd must have put Super Hot in the Rams' jocks, because they're on fire all of a sudden.

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Old 12-30-02, 11:46 PM
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The Rams are up 24-20 in the 4th with the ball!
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Old 12-30-02, 11:49 PM
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This is "uncredible"

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Fumble! St. Louis recovers! Game over!

GO BIG BLUE!!! (next week)
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Old 12-30-02, 11:52 PM
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Wow.

Nice comeback!
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Old 12-30-02, 11:55 PM
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Come on, Martz ... last game of the season. Go for it, and hand it to Faulk.

Actually, what the hell, playaction to Holt.

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Old 12-30-02, 11:57 PM
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Good call ... gotta do that at the end of the season!

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Old 12-31-02, 12:07 AM
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Wow...31-20!
What a 4th quarter for the Rams
But a dismal season!
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Now the Rams must decide who to keep next season; Warner or Bulger?

Warner 0-5
Bulger 5-0

If either one of them gets release, I don't see either waiting in the unemployment line too long.
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Was it just me or did the Niners just seems to abandon the pass tonight? It looked like the ran the ball during passing situations more than normal.
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@ the niners
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Old 12-31-02, 10:05 AM
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Holy carp! I couldn't believe the score I saw this morning. I turned that game off in the third last night because I got bored with it. The way the Rams were playing, I thought it was way over.
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Originally posted by Copenhagen
Was it just me or did the Niners just seems to abandon the pass tonight? It looked like the ran the ball during passing situations more than normal.

Pretty common for playoff-bound teams with nothing to play for to run a vanilla offense.
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Yeah but you'd think that they would want to get Rattay some more experience.
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Not if the 49ers didn't want to give away any more plays or formations for the play-offs.
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I had a question about that onside kick in the fourth quarter.

SF didn't touch it, but St. Louis got it because it went more than ten yards.

But I see receiving teams let the balls go by all of the time near the end zone (to get a touchback), and the kicking team will try to stop it at the 5 yard line or so, but the kicking team doesn't get possession.

What is the rule on that? When can a kicking team recover the ball and keep possession? (Another case where they can keep possession would be if a player from the receiving team touches it, and a player from the kicking team recovers it).
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Originally posted by Heat
I had a question about that onside kick in the fourth quarter.

SF didn't touch it, but St. Louis got it because it went more than ten yards.

But I see receiving teams let the balls go by all of the time near the end zone (to get a touchback), and the kicking team will try to stop it at the 5 yard line or so, but the kicking team doesn't get possession.

What is the rule on that? When can a kicking team recover the ball and keep possession? (Another case where they can keep possession would be if a player from the receiving team touches it, and a player from the kicking team recovers it).
Kickoffs are live balls for both teams -- that is, whoever gets it keeps possession.

Punts, however, are not up for grabs for both teams until the receiving team touches it/fumbles it.
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