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49ers -4.5 at Falcons (ov/un 49.5) Sun 3:00 Fox

Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by BB73, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. Bucknut24

    Bucknut24 Trolololol

    Most teams aren't really spread, it's still a pro style (pro style can have shotgun in it) it's just they spread it out with 3 WR's and a TE generally, unlike college where it's a 5 wide or 4 WR and a RB have been in the NFL for a while now...what media and people seem to fail to understand, there's a difference between just a regular spread and a read option type spread..

    The read option QB's are the ones who haven't fared well prior to last year
  2. Bucknut24

    Bucknut24 Trolololol

    and If you can throw the ball, it doesn't matter what offense you are in

    Look at Colin, he was in a pistol read option type offense at Nevada, but he is a good passer, and that is why he has success, if he threw the ball like Tebow, I guarantee San Fran wouldn't be in the SB
  3. Buckeye513

    Buckeye513 Legend

  4. 3074326

    3074326 Urban Legend

  5. Jake

    Jake We Are!

    It was 1996 against the Steelers, and I still haven't forgiven Andrew Bailey for not caressing the ball as it fell into his lap.

    Fortunately, the Cowboys defeated the Steelers in the Super Bowl. :biggrin:
  6. Bucknut24

    Bucknut24 Trolololol

    The Freek really doesn't like ATL :lol:

    Terrance Donnels ‏@LSUFreek
    Lennay Kekua posing next to the Falcons trophy case


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