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Lets take a vote. San Francisco Vs. Kansas City. W or L?

Lets take a vote. San Francisco Vs. Kansas City. W or L?

My guess would be we lose this game and probably by a lot. I hope for the best and will cheer for them. But at KC is a tough place to play and we are in a possible let down game after the NO game.
You guys've gotta be kidding me, right? We carry the momentum from Monday night and handily beat the Chiefs. We're two teams heading in completely different directions. They barely beat the lowly Browns on Sunday while we were barely beaten by the world champions on a fluke, bank-in field goal. As long as we get the plays in on-time, we limit our turnovers, and cover up on special teams, we bully Cassel around and punish the Chiefs. I'm calling it 23-13, 49ers.

Go 9ers!!!

Shanghai'D
W
Originally posted by zillabeast:


Kansas City 44

San Francisco 3




History shows that pretty much all the Nolan/Singletary teams completely lose their minds after a "moral victory" like this one. Kansas City is going to play the 49ers like it's the f**king Super Bowl and not a single one of our guys will ever realize what hit them.


First of all . . . what history? Secondly, what was your prediction for the New Orleans game?
[ Edited by SonocoNinerFan on Sep 22, 2010 at 9:22 PM ]
All we have to do is run the ball better than KC. Cassel is so incredibly below average when he's not behind an all-world OL, we should be able to force several turnovers.
I had to vote Loss. I heart says win, but my head remembers watching the team vs the seahawks. The place is going to be just as loud as the hawks game was, we just had an emotional loss, it seems like most teams will come out flat the next week.

Its also an early game and we have to fly to KC... If this game was at home easy win, but i have a feeling we are going to stuggle all season long on the road.
I don't understand why people are calling this a letdown game. A letdown game happens after a huge emotional WIN. Here, the niners lost, and are very angry and determined. If they lose, it won't be because its a letdown game.
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
Originally posted by zillabeast:


Kansas City 44

San Francisco 3




History shows that pretty much all the Nolan/Singletary teams completely lose their minds after a "moral victory" like this one. Kansas City is going to play the 49ers like it's the f**king Super Bowl and not a single one of our guys will ever realize what hit them.



So what was your prediction for the New Orleans game?


I actually thought we would win that one. Our team is bipolar like that.
Originally posted by al49erfan:
I had to vote Loss. I heart says win, but my head remembers watching the team vs the seahawks. The place is going to be just as loud as the hawks game was, we just had an emotional loss, it seems like most teams will come out flat the next week.

Its also an early game and we have to fly to KC... If this game was at home easy win, but i have a feeling we are going to stuggle all season long on the road.

against the seahawks the problem wasnt the noise as much as the plays coming in late alex and O had no time to adjust to teh D where as against the saints alex and the O had 15 seconds to adjust to the D
KC will be the spring board for the NINERS to start winning.
GO NINERS!!!!
f**k the Quiefs.
Originally posted by Chief:
f**k the Quiefs.

change your username at least for this week
Resounding win, hopefully.
last time we was there we got our butts kick 41-0 so I'm kind of worry about this game, yea I know Kc had a better team.
bowman and willis will keep their rb's and cassel in check and Gore will shred their front 7. they have good corners but i think alex can still challenge them, the saints defense was better all around and he did just fine. statement game for our 49ers. this is the game that launches them into a winning streak. f**k ATL, f**k Philly and f**k the raiders, then we f**k the panthers up and take denver to England and f**k them over there. then we come back and rest and prepare for a very soft second half of our schedule. good things are coming