Go Back   New Orleans Saints - blackandgold.com > Main > Saints

5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Was this a blog? Poorly written, and not much logic applied: The Saints average more carries (30.8 vs. 22.3 in losses) and more yards (136.5 vs 122.5 in losses) so this guy is making a big deal about a net ...

Like Tree39Likes

Closed Thread
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 11-06-2014, 09:00 PM   #11
Site Donor
 
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Atlanta
Posts: 4,839
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

Was this a blog?
Poorly written, and not much logic applied:
The Saints average more carries (30.8 vs. 22.3 in losses) and more yards (136.5 vs 122.5 in losses) so this guy is making a big deal about a net of 14 yards a game, and our avg is apparently lower in wins
If the 49ers are able to keep that laser focus What?? I hope they do keep the focus that they had when they lost by 25 and then came off a bye to lose at home to a backup QB and the Rams
WHODATINCA likes this.
ScottF is offline  
Old 11-06-2014, 10:08 PM   #12
Site Donor 2014
 
Join Date: May 2007
Location: TEMPO Arkansas River Swamp
Posts: 1,221
Blog Entries: 2
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

Some common sense stuff here & dead horse-beating (not a crime, I think?), but:

Keep the crowd engaged from the 1st snap
Win the turnover battle.
Defense keeps the Whiners at 3rd and more than 7
Defense keeps Colin Douchbag from scrambling more than 30 yards total in the game
Defense limits Bolden's & Davis' YAC
O-Line keeps Brees from getting sacked more than once
O-Line wins 3rd & short--early and often
Run the ball for a 3 yard per carry average 1st half, 4-5 yard average in the 2nd half
Limit Whiners' special teams returns
Score more points than the Whiners by the end of the game.
Make Harbaugh whine that the crowd was too loud and that the NFL has only and will only persecute his Santa Clara Whiners.
jeanpierre and WHODATINCA like this.

"I'd far rather be happy than right any day" ~ Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
"Honor: if you need it defined, you don't have it" ~ Ron Swanson
Barry from MS is offline  
Old 11-06-2014, 11:35 PM   #13
10,000+ Posts!!
 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Metairie, LA
Posts: 10,398
Blog Entries: 5
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

WHODATINCA likes this.
foreverfan is offline  
Old 11-07-2014, 01:45 AM   #14
500th Post
 
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Glendale, CA
Posts: 603
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

Originally Posted by kannon315 View Post
5.) Motivation
The last time the San Francisco 49ers played the New Orleans Saints they left the Mercedes-Benz Superdome feeling cheated and robbed. With 3:12, left on the clock and a 20-17 lead, Ahmad Brooks delivered what seemed like a game clinching sack fumble only to have it nullified by a questionable Unnecessary Roughness penalty. Many 49ers were visibly disturbed by the call and that perceived robbery could translate into some real motivation on the field this Sunday.

4.) NFC West Desperation
Currently the San Francisco 49ers are third in the NFC West and are only one game above being dead last. The 49ers have already equaled last year’s loss total and more importantly appear to be on the outside looking in for the NFC Playoff Picture. The 49ers trail the Cardinals by 3 games and have a losing record within the division; it seems their only shot at the playoffs will be a wildcard berth. A loss this Sunday will be a fourth NFC loss and the 49ers playoff hopes cannot afford that.

3.)Turnovers, Turnovers, Turnovers
The San Francisco 49ers defense ranks 10th, in the NFL, in forcing turnovers with 13 turnovers forced this season (9 INTs & 4 Fum.). The New Orleans Saints offense ranks 7th, in the league, in giveaways, a statistic that could play a pivotal role in who wins this game. In the last 3 meetings, between these two teams, the 49ers have forced the Saints into 10 turnovers not including last years reversed sack fumble. If the giving Saints hand the 49ers defense the ball, as history suggest, Sunday’s outcome will heavily favor the road team.

2.)Rushing Defense
The New Orleans Saints success this season has been tied to the running game. The Saints average more carries (30.8 vs. 22.3 in losses) and more yards (136.5 vs 122.5 in losses). Lucky for the 49ers, their rushing defense has been one of the more stout units in the NFL. This season, through 8 games, the 49ers are allowing a 5th best 85.6 yards per game on the ground. The stingy 49ers have only surrendered 5 scores on the ground. If the 49ers plan to halt the resurgent Saints the rushing defense may be the key.

1.) 3 Game Slide
For most NFL teams, in the playoff hunt, losing two games in a row can be a death sentence, but for this bunch it may be a God send. Under Jim Harbaugh, the 49ers have never lost three consecutive games. In fact in three games following a second straight loss, the team is giving up only 12.7 points while scoring 29.3. Since Harbaugh arrived, the 49ers have been a resilient and tough minded team. If the 49ers are able to keep that laser focus this Sunday against the Saints, chances are they will avoid the dreaded three game slide yet again.

Stay tuned for Five Reasons the Saints will beat the 49ers.

5 Reasons the San Francisco 49ers will beat the New Orleans Saints - Crescent City Kings
Your team is currently the 4th best team in its division, in my view. You can't win without excessive help from the refs and your coach is a maniac. And Colin has turned out to be a huge BUST.

But other than that, the 49ers are great!

Saints win easily 38 - 17. The 49ers no longer have the players on defense who really used to bother Brees.
ClintSaints is offline  
Old 11-07-2014, 02:03 AM   #15
1000 Posts +
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: D.C.
Posts: 3,226
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

49ers have internal dissension which will kill a team every time. Saints are getting in a groove and Coach is getting his mojo back. Still gotta remember Vic Fangio used to hang his hat in NO and he will come after Brees all day.
RailBoss is online now  
Old 11-07-2014, 03:38 AM   #16
Site Donor
 
Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: South Bay
Posts: 1,698
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

Originally Posted by kannon315 View Post
5.) Motivation
The last time the San Francisco 49ers played the New Orleans Saints they left the Mercedes-Benz Superdome feeling cheated and robbed. With 3:12, left on the clock and a 20-17 lead, Ahmad Brooks delivered what seemed like a game clinching sack fumble only to have it nullified by a questionable Unnecessary Roughness penalty. Many 49ers were visibly disturbed by the call and that perceived robbery could translate into some real motivation on the field this Sunday.

4.) NFC West Desperation
Currently the San Francisco 49ers are third in the NFC West and are only one game above being dead last. The 49ers have already equaled last year’s loss total and more importantly appear to be on the outside looking in for the NFC Playoff Picture. The 49ers trail the Cardinals by 3 games and have a losing record within the division; it seems their only shot at the playoffs will be a wildcard berth. A loss this Sunday will be a fourth NFC loss and the 49ers playoff hopes cannot afford that.

3.)Turnovers, Turnovers, Turnovers
The San Francisco 49ers defense ranks 10th, in the NFL, in forcing turnovers with 13 turnovers forced this season (9 INTs & 4 Fum.). The New Orleans Saints offense ranks 7th, in the league, in giveaways, a statistic that could play a pivotal role in who wins this game. In the last 3 meetings, between these two teams, the 49ers have forced the Saints into 10 turnovers not including last years reversed sack fumble. If the giving Saints hand the 49ers defense the ball, as history suggest, Sunday’s outcome will heavily favor the road team.

2.)Rushing Defense
The New Orleans Saints success this season has been tied to the running game. The Saints average more carries (30.8 vs. 22.3 in losses) and more yards (136.5 vs 122.5 in losses). Lucky for the 49ers, their rushing defense has been one of the more stout units in the NFL. This season, through 8 games, the 49ers are allowing a 5th best 85.6 yards per game on the ground. The stingy 49ers have only surrendered 5 scores on the ground. If the 49ers plan to halt the resurgent Saints the rushing defense may be the key.

1.) 3 Game Slide
For most NFL teams, in the playoff hunt, losing two games in a row can be a death sentence, but for this bunch it may be a God send. Under Jim Harbaugh, the 49ers have never lost three consecutive games. In fact in three games following a second straight loss, the team is giving up only 12.7 points while scoring 29.3. Since Harbaugh arrived, the 49ers have been a resilient and tough minded team. If the 49ers are able to keep that laser focus this Sunday against the Saints, chances are they will avoid the dreaded three game slide yet again.

Stay tuned for Five Reasons the Saints will beat the 49ers.

5 Reasons the San Francisco 49ers will beat the New Orleans Saints - Crescent City Kings
5) B.S.

4) Total B.S.

3) Saints need to pay attention here.

2) Also, an area of needed attention with 2 RBs down -- but not anxiety provoking especially at home.

1) See 4 & 5.
WHODATINCA is offline  
Old 11-08-2014, 08:31 AM   #17
Registered
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: N.O.LA baby all day
Posts: 66
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

I'm actually a life long New Orleans resident and Saints fan. I did a five reasons for each team to win.
5.) if you read it says the 49ers felt cheated. Go back and read the post game comments.
4.) Speaks to the desperation of their current situation. The Saints will face a team facing elimination Sunday. For whatever that's worth.
3.) This point focuses on recent history between the two teams. 10 TOs in 3 games is nothing to sniff at.
2.) Everyone knows the 49ers play solid defense regardless of missing pieces.
1.) The ability for a team to bounce back is a reflection of their coach. In 2013 the 49ers lost two games by a combined 56-10 and rebounded to win 11 out of 13. That's no accident.

As far as being poorly written, lol, who cares I do this for free. I'll argue sports with anyone. By the way here's why the Saints will when. (Includes my prediction)

Five Reasons the Saints will beat the 49ers - Crescent City Kings

I JUST WANNA HEAR IT...." GO SAINTS ALL THE WAY SAINTS GO ALL THE WAAAAY GO SAINTS ALL THE WAY SAINTS GO ALL THE WAAAAY ( I BELIEVE)!!!!!!! GOD I LOVE THAT SONG!!!!!!
kannon315 is offline  
Old 11-08-2014, 08:43 AM   #18
Registered
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: N.O.LA baby all day
Posts: 66
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

Originally Posted by ScottF View Post
Was this a blog?
Poorly written, and not much logic applied:
The Saints average more carries (30.8 vs. 22.3 in losses) and more yards (136.5 vs 122.5 in losses) so this guy is making a big deal about a net of 14 yards a game, and our avg is apparently lower in wins
If the 49ers are able to keep that laser focus What?? I hope they do keep the focus that they had when they lost by 25 and then came off a bye to lose at home to a backup QB and the Rams
Not really about the yards, more about the attempts.
kannon315 is offline  
Old 11-08-2014, 10:25 AM   #19
xan
Professor Crab and
Site Donor 2014
 
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Princeton
Posts: 3,237
Blog Entries: 33
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

The balance of the article is "Whiners have an incentive to win"

There are burn victims who need some skin, of which this author is clearly a waste
xan is offline  
Old 11-08-2014, 11:40 AM   #20
Site Donor
 
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Posts: 2,547
Re: 5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints

Originally Posted by kannon315 View Post
I'm actually a life long New Orleans resident and Saints fan. I did a five reasons for each team to win.
5.) if you read it says the 49ers felt cheated. Go back and read the post game comments.
4.) Speaks to the desperation of their current situation. The Saints will face a team facing elimination Sunday. For whatever that's worth.
3.) This point focuses on recent history between the two teams. 10 TOs in 3 games is nothing to sniff at.
2.) Everyone knows the 49ers play solid defense regardless of missing pieces.
1.) The ability for a team to bounce back is a reflection of their coach. In 2013 the 49ers lost two games by a combined 56-10 and rebounded to win 11 out of 13. That's no accident.

As far as being poorly written, lol, who cares I do this for free. I'll argue sports with anyone. By the way here's why the Saints will when. (Includes my prediction)

Five Reasons the Saints will beat the 49ers - Crescent City Kings
Sorry man, didn't realize you wrote it. I wouldn't have made the 49er fan comment.

Just goes to show how defensive we'll get over our team. No hard feelings meant.
Utah_Saint is offline  
Closed Thread

Tags
new orleans saints, nfl, san francisco 49ers

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules

LinkBacks (?)
LinkBack to this Thread: http://blackandgold.com/saints/69313-5-reasons-49ers-will-beat-saints.html
Posted By For Type Date Hits
The Latest New Orleans Saints News | SportSpyder This thread Refback 11-06-2014 04:01 PM 5
5 Reasons the 49ers will beat the Saints This thread Refback 11-06-2014 11:59 AM 26


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 01:40 AM.


Copyright 1997 - 2014 - BlackandGold.com
no new posts