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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS vs. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS GAMEDAY THREAD (Game 2 [Home Opener])

I saw a lot of that game and they didnt looked anything especial to me, their game wasnt as easy as the score indicates and the rams look lost, i think if we pass 55% of our plays we win by more than 10 points next sunday.
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Home Opener

f**k THE SEAHAWKS
i fully expect to handle them at home, i know singletary remembers what they did to us at home last year, and im sure we will not be taking them lightly this time around.
we have a great opportunity to take control of the division next week.

But before we get ahead of ourselves, we need to address our ability to pick up the blitz and to manufacture a running game even when the other team is expecting it. The D should be able to keep everything in front of them like they did today, which will give us ample opportunity to control the game on offense. We've got to make adjustments quicker than we did today...

But its very exciting to see that a lot of the offseason work is paying off in our mental and physical toughness, and that should keep us in a lot of games.

lol direct quote "I'm scared of Patrick Willis vs. anyone."
even the horible fans of the seahawks respect willis
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Seriously though, i think this is a game that we should all expect to win.

There isn't a team in the division that scares us. Any given Sunday.

This upcoming game will give us a better indication of what may be consistent problems (o-line??) and what was just a one off performance anomaly.

-9fA

I was very worried about Seattle coming into the season, but I agree, this is a game that we should be very confident about. The Seahawks struggled early against the Rams, and while we shouldn't take them lightly, we should also remember that they have a new head coach and a lot of players, including Hasselbeck, coming back from injuries.

We have flaws, but so do they. And we're at home, in front of a justifiably electrified crowd. We have to address our problems because they'll work on theirs, but yes, starting the season with the two toughest opponents in our division is a major test that will tell us a lot.
If we can handle fitzgerald AND boldin, then we can definately handle houshmanzadeh and branch
Originally posted by LBCniner:
If we can handle fitzgerald AND boldin, then we can definately handle houshmanzadeh and branch

yeah if we get the kinda pass rush we got today we will be fine, but i think hasslebeck is extremely underrated QB, he has much quicker release than warner.
Originally posted by gold49er2183:
lol direct quote "I'm scared of Patrick Willis vs. anyone."
even the horible fans of the seahawks respect willis

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiCAEzsMuoM

just show them his video and it will give them even more chills lol
2-0 baby!!!
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Home Opener

We will protect our house! Win this & we get off to great start in the division.
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Seriously though, i think this is a game that we should all expect to win.

There isn't a team in the division that scares us. Any given Sunday.

This upcoming game will give us a better indication of what may be consistent problems (o-line??) and what was just a one off performance anomaly.

-9fA

I was very worried about Seattle coming into the season, but I agree, this is a game that we should be very confident about. The Seahawks struggled early against the Rams, and while we shouldn't take them lightly, we should also remember that they have a new head coach and a lot of players, including Hasselbeck, coming back from injuries.

We have flaws, but so do they. And we're at home, in front of a justifiably electrified crowd. We have to address our problems because they'll work on theirs, but yes, starting the season with the two toughest opponents in our division is a major test that will tell us a lot.

Agreed. Their front 7 is very underrated with Tatupu, Curry and Kerney and I think will create problems for us when we try to run against them.

We play this game at home which is what I think gives us the edge. I'm actually not too worried about their offense. Nobody scares me THAT much as say Fitz and Boldin.

-9fA
The Run game will get on track this week.
Originally posted by Hopper:
The Run game will get on track this week.

Repeat of the 2006 game I hope. Gore for 212 yards!!
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Seriously though, i think this is a game that we should all expect to win.

There isn't a team in the division that scares us. Any given Sunday.

This upcoming game will give us a better indication of what may be consistent problems (o-line??) and what was just a one off performance anomaly.

-9fA

I was very worried about Seattle coming into the season, but I agree, this is a game that we should be very confident about. The Seahawks struggled early against the Rams, and while we shouldn't take them lightly, we should also remember that they have a new head coach and a lot of players, including Hasselbeck, coming back from injuries.

We have flaws, but so do they. And we're at home, in front of a justifiably electrified crowd. We have to address our problems because they'll work on theirs, but yes, starting the season with the two toughest opponents in our division is a major test that will tell us a lot.

Agreed. Their front 7 is very underrated with Tatupu, Curry and Kerney and I think will create problems for us when we try to run against them.

We play this game at home which is what I think gives us the edge. I'm actually not too worried about their offense. Nobody scares me THAT much as say Fitz and Boldin.

-9fA

at least they dont got a beast like dockett in the middle of the line. that dude while i hate him is a beast. that tackle for loss while he was getting doubled was crazy