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(YardBarker)   With a torn ACL and PCL, Mario Manningham is SOL   (yardbarker.com) divider line 35
    More: Obvious, Mario Manningham, Pacific Coast League, torn acl, anterior cruciate ligament, Vernon Davis, playoff berth, unnecessary roughness, blistered the ball  
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2012-12-25 09:28:29 AM
It's gonna be see ya later, he probably gonna become a....spectator
 
2012-12-25 09:29:10 AM

natural316: It's gonna be see ya later, he probably gonna become a....spectator


BURMA SHAVE
 
2012-12-25 09:40:10 AM
You've heard of Pyrrhic Victory...

Sunday for the 49ers was like a Pyrrhic Loss.
 
2012-12-25 10:27:16 AM
Pretty much the whole alphabet there. Adios Mofo......
 
2012-12-25 10:33:23 AM
similar injury for Heath Miller.


sad way to possibly go out.
 
2012-12-25 10:34:13 AM
Good job Goodell, this is what is going to happen when players starts aiming low (as Leroy Hill stated he was trying to do) and players like Harrison, all in the name of avoiding your farked up rules that the players hate.

Now instead of being out 1-2 weeks, he's out almost a year. But at least instead of making money in that year, he took 2 less concussions so he wouldn't have a scapegoat when he off's himself in 20 years because he's a broke degenerate.
 
2012-12-25 10:39:31 AM
Hey 9ers, how Jacobs and Manningham work out for ya?


/Giants fan who knew better
//Reese knows when to let them go
 
2012-12-25 10:43:27 AM
That was one of the more hard-hitting games I've seen lately.  Devastational carnage unleashed upon the Californians.
 
2012-12-25 10:44:47 AM

Generation_D: That was one of the more hard-hitting games I've seen lately.  Devastational carnage unleashed upon the Californians.


Kam Chancellor went absolutely batshiat. Usually, Earl Thomas is the guy with the big hits, but Chancellor laid out three or four 49ers and knocked Vernon Davis silly, which is saying something, considering how huge Davis is.
 
2012-12-25 11:17:19 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Generation_D: That was one of the more hard-hitting games I've seen lately.  Devastational carnage unleashed upon the Californians.

Kam Chancellor went absolutely batshiat. Usually, Earl Thomas is the guy with the big hits, but Chancellor laid out three or four 49ers and knocked Vernon Davis silly, which is saying something, considering how huge Davis is.




Supposedly, Harbaugh helped to motivate Seattle
And that isn't even counting starting a scared, untested QB in the league's loudest stadium, and watching him hang his receivers out to dry time and again with slow, telegraphed passes.

Alex Smith should have been smirking on the sidelines, but was probably busy calling his agent.
 
2012-12-25 11:43:49 AM

hbk72777: Hey 9ers, how Jacobs and Manningham work out for ya?


/Giants fan who knew better
//Reese knows when to let them go


Manningham was fine until he got injured...shiat happens.
 
2012-12-25 11:45:43 AM

Generation_D: And that isn't even counting starting a scared, untested QB in the league's loudest stadium, and watching him hang his receivers out to dry time and again with slow, telegraphed passes.


Scared? Really?

That's what we're going with?
 
2012-12-25 11:54:51 AM
AKS, PDQ?

/DRTFA
 
2012-12-25 12:01:02 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Generation_D: That was one of the more hard-hitting games I've seen lately.  Devastational carnage unleashed upon the Californians.

Kam Chancellor went absolutely batshiat. Usually, Earl Thomas is the guy with the big hits, but Chancellor laid out three or four 49ers and knocked Vernon Davis silly, which is saying something, considering how huge Davis is.


Kam has always been a huge hitter. Teams are avoiding him this season. He put Witten down early in the game this year and he developed a serious case of alligator arms.

Sucks when guys get injured though.
 
2012-12-25 12:02:36 PM
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The above earned him a lifetime pass from me.
 
2012-12-25 12:09:12 PM

King Something: natural316: It's gonna be see ya later, he probably gonna become a....spectator

BURMA SHAVE


I don't follow
 
2012-12-25 01:07:03 PM
With all due respect, Fark the niners.

I do feel bad for Manningham. He was in such great pain, he voluntarily fumbled the ball in complete submission to the agony. It's a damn shame that this will continue to happen as long as Goodell's stupid head hunting rules are in place.
 
2012-12-25 01:07:30 PM

natural316: I don't follow


Old-timey ads

On roadside signs

Became a meme

With rhyming lines

BURMA-SHAVE
 
2012-12-25 01:14:18 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Generation_D: That was one of the more hard-hitting games I've seen lately.  Devastational carnage unleashed upon the Californians.

Kam Chancellor went absolutely batshiat. Usually, Earl Thomas is the guy with the big hits, but Chancellor laid out three or four 49ers and knocked Vernon Davis silly, which is saying something, considering how huge Davis is.


Kam Chancellor doesn't have tattoos that say "Bam Bam Kam" on him for nothing. He can bring the pain.

/Loves me some KAM!
 
2012-12-25 01:28:33 PM

Dafatone: Generation_D: And that isn't even counting starting a scared, untested QB in the league's loudest stadium, and watching him hang his receivers out to dry time and again with slow, telegraphed passes.

Scared? Really?

That's what we're going with?


There were a few moments in the first half where he was lookin wide-eyed and baffled.  Scared is probably not exactly right, would you prefer befuddled, confused, or panicked?

Deer in headlights face.
 
2012-12-25 01:32:30 PM
I had the "terrible triad" injury on my left knee when I was 17. 25 years later it's still not right. I wouldn't wish that injury on anyone.....except for a scientologist.
 
2012-12-25 02:22:53 PM
Did that hit seem dirty to anyone?
 
2012-12-25 02:34:20 PM

zoobaby: Did that hit seem dirty to anyone?


Not at all. He wrapped the legs and manningham got twisted up underneath him. Sucked to see one of my Niners fall but it was good clean football.
 
2012-12-25 03:45:34 PM

Fade2black: Good job Goodell, this is what is going to happen when players starts aiming low (as Leroy Hill stated he was trying to do) and players like Harrison, all in the name of avoiding your farked up rules that the players hate.

Now instead of being out 1-2 weeks, he's out almost a year. But at least instead of making money in that year, he took 2 less concussions so he wouldn't have a scapegoat when he off's himself in 20 years because he's a broke degenerate.


I was telling people that this was going to start happening more. I'm ok with penalizing players that are clearly going for the head, but when you start penalizing players that are aiming for the body and end up hitting the head because of the ball carriers motion, you are going to get players aiming even lower and destroying guy's knees.
 
2012-12-25 03:57:28 PM
Things I would change about the 9ers at Seahawks:
1. No one gets injured
2. Justin Smith played

But especially the injuries. Particularly after the Kevin Everrett thing, I just lost my taste for it. Not that I ever celebrated it, and I still realize it's an inescapable part of any physical contest, but seeing a serious injury happen does diminish my enjoyment of any game. And, then after that Johnny Knox hit, it only increased the strength of that reaction.
 
2012-12-25 04:36:44 PM
FTFA: "Manningham had 42 catches for 449 yards and one touchdown for San Francisco (10-4-1), which is already assured at least a berth in the NFC playoffs. If the 49ers beat Arizona in their regular season finale and Green Bay loses to Minnesota, the 49ers will win the NFC West title outright."

Ummm, someone should tell the author that two teams from the NFC North playing each other has absolutely no bearing on who wins the NFC West. The GB-MN game could, however, have an influence on the 2, 3, 5, and 6 seeds for the NFC playoffs.
 
2012-12-25 04:48:05 PM

EqualOpportunityEnslaver: FTFA: "Manningham had 42 catches for 449 yards and one touchdown for San Francisco (10-4-1), which is already assured at least a berth in the NFC playoffs. If the 49ers beat Arizona in their regular season finale and Green Bay loses to Minnesota, the 49ers will win the NFC West title outright."

Ummm, someone should tell the author that two teams from the NFC North playing each other has absolutely no bearing on who wins the NFC West. The GB-MN game could, however, have an influence on the 2, 3, 5, and 6 seeds for the NFC playoffs.


I'm sure they meant 2nd seed.
 
2012-12-25 05:09:55 PM
Sounds like the 49ers-Seahawks rivalry is heating up.

They might even play each other in the playoffs. I'll get the 49ers the advantage if they play head to head.
 
2012-12-25 05:23:21 PM

Olympic Trolling Judge: natural316: I don't follow

Old-timey ads

On roadside signs

Became a meme

With rhyming lines

BURMA-SHAVE


Guess you had to be there
 
2012-12-25 06:15:18 PM

Generation_D: Dafatone: Generation_D: And that isn't even counting starting a scared, untested QB in the league's loudest stadium, and watching him hang his receivers out to dry time and again with slow, telegraphed passes.

Scared? Really?

That's what we're going with?

There were a few moments in the first half where he was lookin wide-eyed and baffled.  Scared is probably not exactly right, would you prefer befuddled, confused, or panicked?

Deer in headlights face.



The 12th man stare...I think he had some open receivers at times. The noise and intensity was to much for the youngin'

/Sucks that Mario got hurt. Hate to see anyone go down like that..well maybe with the exception of Hines Ward.
 
2012-12-25 08:50:44 PM
too bad it didn't happen to Harbaugh

I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the everloving shiat beaten out of the 49ers but I feel bad for the guy
 
2012-12-25 10:16:19 PM

hbk72777: Hey 9ers, how Jacobs and Manningham work out for ya?


/Giants fan who knew better
//Reese knows when to let them go


Hey Giants fans, how are your playoffs chances looking?
 
2012-12-25 11:35:54 PM

great_tigers: hbk72777: Hey 9ers, how Jacobs and Manningham work out for ya?


/Giants fan who knew better
//Reese knows when to let them go

Hey Giants fans, how are your playoffs chances looking?


OH SNAP!
 
2012-12-26 08:36:16 AM

Wittenberg Dropout: With all due respect, Fark the niners.

I do feel bad for Manningham. He was in such great pain, he voluntarily fumbled the ball in complete submission to the agony. It's a damn shame that this will continue to happen as long as Goodell's stupid head hunting rules are in place.


Brain > knee. American football, especially when played well into adulthood, is AWFUL on its participants long-term health, so they're going with the lesser of 2 evils. Pretty simple, really.
 
2012-12-26 10:30:41 AM

great_tigers: hbk72777: Hey 9ers, how Jacobs and Manningham work out for ya?


/Giants fan who knew better
//Reese knows when to let them go

Hey Giants fans, how are your playoffs chances looking?


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