One 49ers blog included a post from a fan who claimed he saw Jacobs "do something fishy" ...
"I'm telling you man, I have a really hard time believing there's no chance Jacobs did something fishy. It straight up LOOKED like they knew our entire gameplan and everything we were gonna do, then when you factor in we have a player who's been documented as being pissed at the coaching staff for never playing, AND that he used to play for our opponent and is clearly still very buddy-buddy with them based on his post-game actions, it's very very very very VERY fishy."The fan points out Jacobs visited the Giants' clubhouse after the game, and that players don't just visit opposing team's locker rooms. Then again, not every player was such a key component on two Super Bowl-winning teams.
Not only did Jacobs go visit his old teammates, but so did Mario Manningham and Rich Seubert.
Some, however, are still not convinced.
"Like I said, even if you forget about Jacobs for a second, it did look like they knew exactly what we were up to, and we have shown we have an incredibly creative and unpredictable coaching staff so the fact that NYG looked to always be a step ahead of us looked awfully suspicious...then when you throw in the fact that we got a player who used to play for them, is buddy-buddy with them, was kicking it with them/saying how much he misses them in the locker room afterwards, AND has beef with the coaching staff, it'd be foolish to completely dismiss the idea IMO. ... Completely dismissing this notion is ignorant."For me, I think it's silly to think Jacobs is so sour about not seeing the field that he'd cost his team a win. I don't think any NFL player is capable of that.
Giants Nation, your thoughts?