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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 1:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Seattle sucks on the road every year. SF will win this division in a landslide.


Pretty much. We're just fighting for a wildcard at this point.


You can lock in GB as a WC. It's probably between Detroit, TB and Seattle for the other spot. Minnesota will fade with their schedule IMO.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 1:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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SaveourSonics wrote:
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Seattle sucks on the road every year. SF will win this division in a landslide.


Pretty much. We're just fighting for a wildcard at this point.


You can lock in GB as a WC. It's probably between Detroit, TB and Seattle for the other spot. Minnesota will fade with their schedule IMO.


100% agree. The 5 seed will go to either CHI or GB, whoever loses the division. I don't really think Tampa will be there by seasons end, though you guys might be. So far we've lost to you, lost to Detroit, and play Minnesota next week. We have lost to every divisional opponent we've played and every team in contention for the 6 seed with us...
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 1:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SaveourSonics wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
Seattle sucks on the road every year. SF will win this division in a landslide.


Pretty much. We're just fighting for a wildcard at this point.


You can lock in GB as a WC. It's probably between Detroit, TB and Seattle for the other spot. Minnesota will fade with their schedule IMO.


100% agree. The 5 seed will go to either CHI or GB, whoever loses the division. I don't really think Tampa will be there by seasons end, though you guys might be. So far we've lost to you, lost to Detroit, and play Minnesota next week. We have lost to every divisional opponent we've played and every team in contention for the 6 seed with us...


Tampa could easily be, and probably should be 5-2. They have studs on offense and scoring about 27 ppg. Other than ATL x 2 their schedule is favorable. Unless we win tomorrow we'll be done... @GB, @ATL, @SF, @SEA, CHI & DET at home. Brutal...
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Russell Wilson statline over the past four week against Detroit, New England, San Francisco and Minnesota

66/109, 60.55%, 824 yards, 7.56 YPA, 8 TD's, 2 INT's QBR of 100.86.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 7:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wilson is looking like a poor man's Brees out there.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 7:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Wilson is looking like a poor man's Brees out there.


He looks ok. Bad secondary in Century Link, 11-18. Not bad.

Like to see him do that against a good defense on the road.
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Alex Smith was knocked out of the SF-STL game with a concussion. Rams up 17-7.
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Alex Smith was knocked out of the SF-STL game with a concussion. Rams up 17-7.

And the 49er's Super Bowl chances improve because of it.
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Alex Smith was knocked out of the SF-STL game with a concussion. Rams up 17-7.

And the 49er's Super Bowl chances improve because of it.


Eh. Kaepernick's pretty shaky. Say you will about Alex Smith, the guy is incredibly efficient.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And the game ends in a tie for SF and STL. First time there has been a tie since 2008 when Philly and Cincinnati tied.
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stchamp98 wrote:
#1CARDSFAN wrote:
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Alex Smith was knocked out of the SF-STL game with a concussion. Rams up 17-7.

And the 49er's Super Bowl chances improve because of it.


Eh. Kaepernick's pretty shaky. Say you will about Alex Smith, the guy is incredibly efficient.

Still looks good to me. Schooling the Bears defense. The 49er's should start him the rest of the way. Alex Smith is not a winner.
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Kaepernick is looking good right now versus the Bears defense. He has been accurate, been able to make plays downfield and is absolutely shredding this Bears defense right now.

So if and when Alex Smith is no longer around, it looks like we now know that he can actually be there guy in the long term.
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Never understood the Alex Smith hate. He played for inept HC's in Nolan & Singletary then played well once the coaching staff and OL was upgraded. We have a good defense and he humiliated us... That said Kaepernick is looking incredible. It's Lindley's turn on Sunday.
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Never understood the Alex Smith hate. He played for inept HC's in Nolan & Singletary then played well once the coaching staff and OL was upgraded. We have a good defense and he humiliated us... That said Kaepernick is looking incredible. It's Lindley's turn on Sunday.


He did embarass the Cardinals defense, without a doubt. The problem is that he has not shown that he can throw the ball down the field and make the people around him better like Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers. He looks good because he has a fantastic offensive line, a good run game and an elite defense.
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#1CARDSFAN wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
#1CARDSFAN wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Alex Smith was knocked out of the SF-STL game with a concussion. Rams up 17-7.

And the 49er's Super Bowl chances improve because of it.


Eh. Kaepernick's pretty shaky. Say you will about Alex Smith, the guy is incredibly efficient.

Still looks good to me. Schooling the Bears defense. The 49er's should start him the rest of the way. Alex Smith is not a winner.


Last season wasn't a fluke. What did they win, 13-14 games? That's probably not a valid statement anymore.

If they releaseed him, I'd definitely be interested.
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