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Third chance (or is it 10th?) a charm for Cundiff?

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With Akers hitting a bad spell, 49ers are working out kickers. Including Cundiff.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8798504/san-francisco-49ers-bringing-kickers-workouts-including-billy-cundiff-justin-medlock
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[quote name='ravensdfan' timestamp='1357010028' post='1285515']
With Akers hitting a bad spell, 49ers are working out kickers. Including Cundiff.

[url="http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8798504/san-francisco-49ers-bringing-kickers-workouts-including-billy-cundiff-justin-medlock"]http://espn.go.com/n...-justin-medlock[/url]
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NO! NO! NO!

John better get on the phone to Jim ASAP and warn him about Cundiff. Cundiff will ruin the second opportunity at the Super Harbaugh Bowl by costing the 49ers.
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[quote name='JO_75' timestamp='1357010280' post='1285518']
NO! NO! NO!

John better get on the phone to Jim ASAP and warn him about Cundiff. Cundiff will ruin the second opportunity at the Super Harbaugh Bowl by costing the 49ers.
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Or maybe we will get to face Cundiff in the superbowl...
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[quote name='JO_75' timestamp='1357010280' post='1285518']
NO! NO! NO!

John better get on the phone to Jim ASAP and warn him about Cundiff. Cundiff will ruin the second opportunity at the Super Harbaugh Bowl by costing the 49ers.
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hahahaha

You know how John is though. I can hear him now:

"Oh you know, it's the business side. It stinks. He's a talented player and a hard worker. We just had to do what we thought was best overall for the team at that time."
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[quote name='JO_75' timestamp='1357010280' post='1285518']
NO! NO! NO!

John better get on the phone to Jim ASAP and warn him about Cundiff. Cundiff will ruin the second opportunity at the Super Harbaugh Bowl by costing the 49ers.
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They will get to the SB, Cundiff will just cost them the game :229031_rofl:
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If the Green Bay Packers beat the Minnesota Vikings, this weekend, that Packers/49ers match-up could honestly feature two of the worst kickers in the NFL, at the moment. Whether it's David Akers, Mason Crosby or Billy Cundiff, one could not ask for a worse trio of kickers, all of which have been on extremely bad cold streaks.

Here's to hoping one of those teams win in regulation, because if not, that game could go on for a [i]very[/i] long time. Overtime? How about double overtime? That game could also break the record for most missed field goals, sadly...
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goodness, once you get your foot in the door there's always an opportunity for kickers lol.

Where are the 200+ new college kickers that graduate every year.
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49ers have signed Billy Cundiff who will compete with David Akers for Kicking Duties.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/01/worried-about-akers-in-playoffs-49ers-sign-cundiff/
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[quote name='JO_75' timestamp='1357079890' post='1286147']
49ers have signed Billy Cundiff who will compete with David Akers for Kicking Duties.

[url="http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/01/worried-about-akers-in-playoffs-49ers-sign-cundiff/"]http://profootballta...s-sign-cundiff/[/url]
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I have to deal with him again.... Come on man, don't let the SF kid suffer, let it sink in........
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[quote name='CalvinSmoke' timestamp='1357060555' post='1285793']
goodness, once you get your foot in the door there's always an opportunity for kickers lol.

Where are the 200+ new college kickers that graduate every year.
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Most college kickers are terrible. So many games you see teams go for fakes on 30+ yard field goals because of how unreliable the kickers are. I recall one or two fakes where a field goal would have tied the game but they faked it instead. College football is all about big plays so taking a chance works out more often than not.
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Cundiff will choke like a chicken.....Jim likes to experience what it's like when a chicken is choked.....
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[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]If it's a Super Harbaugh Bowl.. with Cundiff & Tucker... I can see Billy making a 90-yarder with how PO'ed he was when before he was let go. I think he said something along the lines of -- "If they don't want me here, I'll just take my services elsewhere."[/i][/font]

[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]It wasn't what he said, just the way he said it.[/i][/font]
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[quote name='CosmicRedPanda' timestamp='1357097756' post='1286386']
[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]If it's a Super Harbaugh Bowl.. with Cundiff & Tucker... I can see Billy making a 90-yarder with how PO'ed he was when before he was let go. I think he said something along the lines of -- "If they don't want me here, I'll just take my services elsewhere."[/i][/font]

[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]It wasn't what he said, just the way he said it.[/i][/font]
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He'll blast the 90 yarder, but still miss 5 from 40 and under
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Well, he still has to compete with Akers. We'll see what pans out.

I just can't believe they signed Cundiff for their playoff run though.
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[quote name='ravensfan2424' timestamp='1357098685' post='1286404']
He'll blast the 90 yarder, but still miss 5 from 40 and under
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[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]OUCH! Why are you so mean? [/i][/font]

[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i] :TVWatchingSmiley: <-- me, after Cundiff misses an OT FG in the playoffs[/i][/font]
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[quote name='CosmicRedPanda' timestamp='1357097756' post='1286386']
[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]If it's a Super Harbaugh Bowl.. with Cundiff & Tucker... I can see Billy making a 90-yarder with how PO'ed he was when before he was let go. I think he said something along the lines of -- "If they don't want me here, I'll just take my services elsewhere."[/i][/font]

[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]It wasn't what he said, just the way he said it.[/i][/font]
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Is this what you're speaking in regards to?

http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Late-For-Work-824-Cundiff-Ill-Take-My-Services-Elsewhere/9ad6cc08-6d43-4c2a-b381-0a19192d3406

Thank God for Tucker.
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I'm wondering what the heck SF is thinking right now. After the Redskins signed Cundiff, he showed he was still haunted by the AFC Championship last year, and I still don't think he's over it. I guess we shall see what SF reports next week since they can try him out against Akers all week long.
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Are the 49ers serious? Why would they do this? The one thing that a kicker in the NFL needs to be able to do is make clutch game winning/game tying field goals. Billy Cundiff has proven that he can't do that. There is no way that Billy Cundiff gives the 49ers a better chance to win than David Akers. If I was a 49ers fan I would not feel comfortable with Billy Cundiff as my kicker in the playoffs.
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[quote name='TreTheRaven' timestamp='1357139795' post='1286555']
Is this what you're speaking in regards to?

[url="http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Late-For-Work-824-Cundiff-Ill-Take-My-Services-Elsewhere/9ad6cc08-6d43-4c2a-b381-0a19192d3406"]http://www.baltimore...81-0a19192d3406[/url]

Thank God for Tucker.
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[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]Hm, the video isn't there.. but that was definitely the article. So much disgust in his voice..... it was nice to hear. :D[/i][/font]
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Akers must be hurting badly if Cundiff is supposed to be an improvement at this point. Maybe the idea is to motivate David to do much better to save his team from being inflicted with Billy.
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i mean akers was playing pretty bad, but dont they know, never put the game in the hands in billy cundiff. i am rooting for the 49ers in the nfc, but i think they just blew it lol
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[quote name='JO_75' timestamp='1357079890' post='1286147']
49ers have signed Billy Cundiff who will compete with David Akers for Kicking Duties.

[url="http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/01/worried-about-akers-in-playoffs-49ers-sign-cundiff/"]http://profootballta...s-sign-cundiff/[/url]
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Cundiff...and the word playoffs....all in the same sentence is not a good mix.

~Mili
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[quote name='theblackdog' timestamp='1357143113' post='1286612']
I'm wondering what the heck SF is thinking right now. [u][b]After the Redskins signed Cundiff, he showed he was still haunted by the AFC Championship last year, and I still don't think he's over it. [/b][/u] I guess we shall see what SF reports next week since they can try him out against Akers all week long.
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and after the Skins gave him the boot (see what i did there? lol) look at the run they made. pay attention Jim...pay attention!

~Mili
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No wonder Jim signed him... look at that face!

[img]http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/lt/lt_cache/thumbnail/400/img/photos/2013/01/01/c6/f1/BillyCundiffAP.jpg[/img]
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