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Matt Schaub is a giant load of fail... NOW WITH 25% MORE FAIL!!!

This is not going to be an easy game,we need to be ready.
Originally posted by vermonator:
Check out their remaining schedule...

5 Oct 06 SEA @ IND Lucas Oil Stadium 1:00 PM Loss

6 Oct 13 TEN @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Win

7 Oct 17 SEA @ ARI U of Phoenix Stadium 8:25 PM Win

8 Oct 28 SEA @ STL Edward Jones Dome 8:40 PM Win

9 Nov 03 TB @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Win

10 Nov 10 SEA @ ATL Georgia Dome 1:00 PM Loss

11 Nov 17 MIN @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:25 PM Win

12 Bye

13 Dec 02 NO @ SEA CenturyLink Field 8:40 PM Loss

14 Dec 08 SEA @ SF Candlestick Park 4:25 PM Loss

15 Dec 15 SEA @ NYG MetLife Stadium 1:00 PM Loss

16 Dec 22 ARI @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Win

17 Dec 29 STL @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:25 PM Win


The Hawks have a harder schedule coming up but still could be 9 and 2 or better by their bye week. The Niner's schedule, on the other hand, gets a little softer. I see the Seahawks going 11 and 5 again.

Going to have to heartily disagree with the Giants projection. Of course, anything could happen. Eli is gunning for the record-books this season, though. Seattle secondary will have a field day with the Giants if both teams stay on course.
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Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by Joecool:
f**ken Schaub. 3 pick sixes in 3 weeks.
look at who he played. you just said we should not run up the flag for alex because he played terrible teams,, so by your theory, am i being led to believe that schaub is actually good because he played a great team sunday?

Playing a good team doesn't make a player better or worse. It does make their stats better or worse.
ahh. thank you for clearing that up.so if they have decent stats against a really good team and they lead their team to a win, then they should be considered a good quarterback right? i am just trying to keep up
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Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by kray28:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
The Niners arent the type of team they can take their frustrations out on.

Really now? Tell that to Indy....or are our memories really selective and really short term?
kray, i love the niners but I am just a little bothered by so many who are just thinking, assuming we will not have a problem with this team You are right in the way you described the mindset of some. I may throw in a titch arrogant to. That does puzzle me because the way we played for two games and actually the first quarter of the rams game,, i think we are in no position to assume things

We are also in no position to assume the other way. Good lord, 4 games into the season and fans are giving up already.
most of us are not giving up,. we are just saying, after getting kicked twice, including at home, we should have a little humility and not just think because the texans struggled at home they will lay down to us here
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by Joecool:
f**ken Schaub. 3 pick sixes in 3 weeks.
look at who he played. you just said we should not run up the flag for alex because he played terrible teams,, so by your theory, am i being led to believe that schaub is actually good because he played a great team sunday?

Playing a good team doesn't make a player better or worse. It does make their stats better or worse.
ahh. thank you for clearing that up.so if they have decent stats against a really good team and they lead their team to a win, then they should be considered a good quarterback right? i am just trying to keep up

Nah. Generally, QB's stats decline vs better defenses. I still would rather see how or why those stats occurred (eye test). It all depends on how the game went. Schaub actually had a good game but he had his usual brain fart. That play was more of a bad play be the QB than it was great defense.
[ Edited by Joecool on Sep 30, 2013 at 10:06 AM ]
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Originally posted by Joecool:
Nah. Generally, QB's stats decline vs better defenses. I still would rather see how or why those stats occurred (eye test). It all depends on how the game went. Schaub actually had a good game but he had his usual brain fart. That play was more of a bad play be the QB than it was great defense.

i just hate it that he had to be returned by, of all people, that slut sherman
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Nah. Generally, QB's stats decline vs better defenses. I still would rather see how or why those stats occurred (eye test). It all depends on how the game went. Schaub actually had a good game but he had his usual brain fart. That play was more of a bad play be the QB than it was great defense.

i just hate it that he had to be returned by, of all people, that slut sherman

Am I the only one who like Sherman? My hatred is mainly for Pete the Cheat. Can't stand the way that dude acts on the sidelines.
Let's not jinx us hear. Lets just wait and see what happens, enough talking.
Well, the answer as Seattle showed is to put pressure in his face. Bowman blitz packages again? :)
[ Edited by vermonator on Sep 30, 2013 at 11:11 AM ]
Originally posted by PrisonOfGlass:
Going to have to heartily disagree with the Giants projection. Of course, anything could happen. Eli is gunning for the record-books this season, though. Seattle secondary will have a field day with the Giants if both teams stay on course.

Sure, the Seahawks have the edge over the Giants right now, but if anybody can unseat a hot team, it's Tom Coughlin. Regardless of their record, the Giants will remain dangerous to opposing teams, even if they're mathematically out of the play-offs.
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Originally posted by Joecool:
Am I the only one who like Sherman? My hatred is mainly for Pete the Cheat. Can't stand the way that dude acts on the sidelines.

i hate him to. i am an equal opportunity hater that way
Cushing got a concussion so he may be out against you guys. Seeing that as soon as he went down, the tag team with Watt was gone and we were finally able to get something going. Meanwhile you may not have to deal with that the entire game. You're welcome. I am interested in seeing how CK performs against Watt though because although I think RW is more "slippery". CK I'll admit is just a monster when he starts to run.
Originally posted by PrisonOfGlass:
Originally posted by vermonator:
Check out their remaining schedule...

5 Oct 06 SEA @ IND Lucas Oil Stadium 1:00 PM Loss

6 Oct 13 TEN @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Win

7 Oct 17 SEA @ ARI U of Phoenix Stadium 8:25 PM Win

8 Oct 28 SEA @ STL Edward Jones Dome 8:40 PM Win

9 Nov 03 TB @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Win

10 Nov 10 SEA @ ATL Georgia Dome 1:00 PM Loss

11 Nov 17 MIN @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:25 PM Win

12 Bye

13 Dec 02 NO @ SEA CenturyLink Field 8:40 PM Loss

14 Dec 08 SEA @ SF Candlestick Park 4:25 PM Loss

15 Dec 15 SEA @ NYG MetLife Stadium 1:00 PM Loss

16 Dec 22 ARI @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:05 PM Win

17 Dec 29 STL @ SEA CenturyLink Field 4:25 PM Win


The Hawks have a harder schedule coming up but still could be 9 and 2 or better by their bye week. The Niner's schedule, on the other hand, gets a little softer. I see the Seahawks going 11 and 5 again.

Going to have to heartily disagree with the Giants projection. Of course, anything could happen. Eli is gunning for the record-books this season, though. Seattle secondary will have a field day with the Giants if both teams stay on course.

We have no idea what the Giants will look like in December. I have a feeling the Hawks will come in extra hungry against the Falcons this year because of how things went in the Playoffs. Game at the stick could go either way. Im not discounting the Saints, they look good, even if it is at home, if there is a game to lose at home this year, it's that one. I'm putting our end of regular season wins anywhere from 11 to 14 wins.

With the way the Niners schedule plays out, I see them finishing anywhere from 10 to 13 wins.
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Am I the only one who like Sherman? My hatred is mainly for Pete the Cheat. Can't stand the way that dude acts on the sidelines.

i hate him to. i am an equal opportunity hater that way

Sherman is the opposite of what it means to be humble/classy.

Therefore, I am not a fan. He's not a walking turd like DeAngelo Hall, but Sherman is definitely more obnoxious.

If Sherman conducted himself like Revis, I wouldn't have a problem with him. I have no issues with Lynch or Wilson (though I think Wilson is hilariously, possibly unintentionally smug), just with Sherman.