- Aug 23, 2012
He's been accurate at every distance, you can see his splits here.I don't think JG does, at all. Unless you are just looking at his W-L, and while some believe that the QB is solely responsible for that, I don't. He has some bad mechanical flaws, that lead to him not being accurate over about 10-15 yards. I think just about every QB could be as successful as him this year, with the teams they have played, and they way they have run the ball.
I think it's fair to say that, especially if they shut down the 49ers O. They are currently scoring essentially 32 points a game and the defense has only contributed two TD's. If the Rams hold them to under 20, say in the 10-16 range then for sure the vibe will be that the Ram are the top dog in the NFCW.Let's say we win. We move to 4-2, they move to 4-1.
They remain in first place, but do we then again emerge as the team to beat in the division?
Yes that's true, but they aren't just winning they are kicking the other teams asses in three of the four wins. Good teams do that to bad teams.They can say all they want.
The bottom line is the teams the 49ers have played have a combined record of 5-15 and the Rams 15-10.
So far the Rams have played much better competition.
Eventually the whiners schedule gets a little tougher, then we’ll see what they are.
Obviously I'm a Rams fan, but this 49er team looks very good, well coached and has a really good defense. McVay is going to have to find a way to protect Goff. The 49ers have 13 sacks in 4 games and they will be gunning for him all day long.