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Originally posted by susweel:
He always picks us to win.

then i guess he's pretty smart
Originally posted by goodthings19:
Originally posted by FILTHpigskin:
Originally posted by Ajanke:
I will cry sperm and jizz out of my eyes if this were to happen.

Am I the only one who wants to b!tch slap judge Judy everytime I watch that show? The way she treats people on that show isn't entertaining it's just flat out annoying.

Lol its actually pretty funny.
Theres a lot of videos on YouTube of her just owning people, its pretty funny.

Sorry to get off topic.
f**k the Ravens.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by KowboyKiller:
lol What a Homer.

The Ravens are undefeated at home and play much better than they do on the road, where they are 2-3. I still think we take them at home, but it's going to be a battle, not a blowout.

We beat an undefeated DET team.
NYG were undefeated on the road.
TB was the west coast killers.

Fact is, we have a defense.

Yeah, and we'd better hope the D and maybe special teams put up some scores, because, SO FAR, we've seen no evidence that the offense is capable of scoring 30 against the Ravens D at their house. Also, no matter how motivated Harbaugh may be, he's not the one physically playing the game on a short week and 3 time zones. 30-3 is a stretch of Homeric proportions! Pun intended. I still think we win, but it'll be a nailbiter.
Maybe he's got a point here. Two of the s**t stains of our division, the Seahawks and Cardinals, played close games with the Ravens. Perhaps it has something to do with those teams' ability to stop the run? I haven't seen the Ravens enough to say either way...
Hmmm...any given sunday.
he's dumb. it will be a close game but not 30-3
It's probably going to be something like 17-14 in the 4th quarter with a few minutes left on the clock.

The first question is, who will be in the lead at that point?

The second question is, can either offense engineer a comeback again the other team's defense?

The third question is, will the game end like a scene from highlander with flames and lighting shooting from Patrick Willis' eyes and mouth as he lets out an earth-shattering primal scream???

i can see us putting up a 3 spot defensively (not saying we will but can see it) it is the 30 spot on offense that has me scratching my head. dont get me wrong i have faith in our offense but i think this will be our biggest test yet and we havent been putting up 30+ often.
Boldin, Smith, Rice.........spells trouble against our passing D.

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Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Boldin, Smith, Rice.........spells trouble against our passing D.

Boldin was never a problem when a certian HoF QB was throwing the ball to him in AZ. Willis will handle Rice just fine. Smith is rookie.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Boldin, Smith, Rice.........spells trouble against our passing D.

You're seriously worried about Torrey Smith? After we handled Nicks, Manningham, and Cruz?
Originally posted by Ajanke:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Prediction: Niners 30, Ravens 3
Grant Cohn

The Niners are going to blow out the Baltimore Ravens 30-3 on Thursday, and I'll explain why.

First, the football reasons. The Ravens offense revolves around their running back, Ray Rice. The Niners defense will stop him with their front seven. That means the secondary can double team both wide receivers, Anquan Boldin and Torrey Smith. Those are the Ravens three main weapons on offense, and the Niners D is more than equipped to shut them down.

On the other side of the ball, the Ravens probably will play without the injured Ray Lewis. So that means they have three great players – Haloti Ngata, Terrelle Suggs, and Ed Reed – and a bunch of average Joes. Without Lewis, Frank Gore will have a big game running the ball. Ed Reed will probably focus his coverage on stopping Vernon Davis, so all the other 49ers receivers will have big games – Michael Crabtree, Delanie Walker, Kyle Williams, maybe even Braylon Edwards. The table is set for him to perform, as Greg Roman likes to say, because he hasn't done anything the last two weeks.

So, the Niners have the better roster. They also have the superior quarterback. Joe Flacco is shaky and inconsistent, and Alex Smith is better than that. I want to remind you that last week the 49ers coaches kept comparing John Skelton to Joe Flacco in interviews. Some comparison.

The Niners also have the superior Harbaugh.

I believe Jim has the superior football mind and the superior staff of assistant coaches.

But there's something else working in Jim's favor this week, and it's psychological.

Jim Harbaugh has a simple life narrative he's constantly repeating. He's the ultimate underdog. He's Captain Comeback.

He operates best when conventional wisdom says he'll fail. He helped create that conventional wisdom yesterday by reminding both local and Baltimore reporters that the Niners have received "the short end of the straw" this week because they have to travel three time zones to play on a short week. No team has had to do that since 1975. It's basically a scheduled loss, and to pull off a win would be accomplishing the impossible, right?

Maybe for anyone else, but not for Jim Harbaugh. He lives for the opportunity to prove people wrong. It's his life narrative, so you could call this a Narrative Game for Harbaugh and the Niners. They're the underdogs again, just as they wanted.

But Harbaugh won't just squeak past his brother's team. He's going to blow them out. His whole life he's been trying to outshine his brother. "Who wouldn't like John?" Jim asked local reporters sarcastically yesterday.

Jim crafted his maniacal competitive streak to surpass his high-achieving brother.

And this Thursday night he's going to take John's birthright for good.
I will cry sperm and jizz out of my eyes if this were to happen.

What?? "dude?? is that jizz?" hahahahah
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Originally posted by Stevec9932:
What?? "dude?? is that jizz?" hahahahah

Naw man that's just hair gel.
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Boldin, Smith, Rice.........spells trouble against our passing D.

You're seriously worried about Torrey Smith? After we handled Nicks, Manningham, and Cruz?

i guess ur right.
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