New Orleans and San Francisco are two of America's most joyful cities, always ready to throw down with a good parade, music festival or some sort of Bacchanalia. The good vibes do not extend to the cities' respective football teams, however, who are now starring in the NFL's newest and fiercest rivalry (sorry, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers fans).
First, Whitner's shot: "If you have the right type of guys in that (defensive) room, you don't have to set bounties or pay money for guys to play physical and play hard."
Your response, Mr. Shanle?
"Guy needs to shut his mouth and mind his own business," Shanle wrote. "Don't remember them winning the superbowl. U still ringless. We got one and working on two now. Try to keep up."
Alright 49ers fans its been fun but I got 2 get back 2 work. That's something we do in Louisiana so our state isn't bankrupt.
- Scott Shanle (@scottshanle) July 31, 2012
The best part of all this is that we don't even have to wait for the playoffs to see these teams go at it: They play Nov. 25 in New Orleans. Safe to say that one will be circled on a few calendars.