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***SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS GAMEDAY THREAD ***

Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by GuessWhosOn3rd:
Originally posted by crabman82:
not sure if this was mentioned but seahawks signed phillip adams today

They LOVE our players

their fans smash our drafts, then their gm signs our draft picks we dont want anymore

they're trying to get copies of our playbooks..... Mccluglagahan was a spy.
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Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by GuessWhosOn3rd:
Originally posted by crabman82:
not sure if this was mentioned but seahawks signed phillip adams today

They LOVE our players

their fans smash our drafts, then their gm signs our draft picks we dont want anymore

they're trying to get copies of our playbooks..... Mccluglagahan was a spy.

theyre going to ask Adams how we do things here..... after saturdays game he'll end up getting cut...
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
they're trying to get copies of our playbooks..... Mccluglagahan was a spy.

lol adams doesn't know s**t
Only way we lose is if somebody throws skittles at Lynch
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Go, Niners, go!
This is the sme as last week, everyone was all worried about the Steelers and we shut them down. The 12th man can go f**k himself, this is our time and our game. We'll shut them down and then go t St.Louis and shut them down too(hopefully with back-ups).
It will be a tough draw. Seattle has been playing pretty well lately. We can't fall asleep like we did in Arizona.
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:

Nice!
People are saying Seattle is playing well? But they played sorry teams, stl twice, the bears minus cutler and forte, lost to wash, and beat clev. I'm more worried about crowd noise effecting our OL than anything they can do against our D!
Originally posted by zeppfan1:
It will be a tough draw. Seattle has been playing pretty well lately. We can't fall asleep like we did in Arizona.

Agreed
there's no doubt this will a be tough & very important game
they got to find a way to keep pace with NO who look like they will win out with their remaining sched

gO niners
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Seahawks eager for rematch with 49ers

There are playoff considerations on both sides, more than a little bit of divisional pride and the Seahawks will be playing their final home game with a chance to wash away the aftertaste left by those two shots of Ginn from Week 1. Ted Ginn Jr., that is. The guy who scored twice in the span of a minute to seal the 49ers' 33-17 victory.

Saturday's game at CenturyLink Field is a chance for the 7-7 Seahawks to not only show how far they've come since that game, but how far they can go.

"For us to continue to take the steps we want to as an organization and as a team," fullback Michael Robinson said, "we've got to start winning games like this. We've come from hoping to win to now expecting to win.

"And if we expect to be the team that we all want to grow into, we have to win games like this game."

Seattle has won five of its past six games, this franchise's most successful stretch of football in four years. That run comes with a qualifier, though. Seattle has beaten only one opponent that currently holds a winning record: Baltimore.

San Francisco is 11-3, clinched the NFC West title two weeks ago and is vying for a first-round bye in the playoffs. The 49ers were the consensus division favorites this year, but it was only once Jim Harbaugh became coach that they've realized that potential.

"They brought to life the talent that was there," Seattle coach Pete Carroll said.

San Francisco has one of the best defenses in football, an offensive line loaded with top-shelf draft picks and a punishing running back in Frank Gore. The 49ers have allowed the fewest points in the league this season, and they are two games away from becoming the first NFL team in the modern era to go a full season without surrendering a rushing touchdown.

The Seahawks began winning consistently only when they started running the ball repeatedly, getting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson to avoid turnovers and playing industrial-grade defense. The 49ers have been following that script all year.

"It's a classic way of putting together a football team," Carroll said. "I think Jim has done a great job of selling it and getting it done."

The 49ers held Seattle to 39 yards of offense in the first half of the season opener. The Seahawks trailed by 16 at halftime, cut the deficit to two points in the fourth quarter and then allowed Ginn to score twice, first on a kickoff return and then a punt return.


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Harbaugh will not lose to Pete Carroll
if we can somehow dominate these f**kwads, i'll feel much better about the pleayoffs
If there's one team i love to dominate..its the Seahawks.

make it happen!
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