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How confident are you that we can beat the Giants?

How confident are you that we can beat the Giants?

Originally posted by kidash98:
Difference with this game vs. the last time we played them are the players back that was missing from their roster when we played them. I noticed their pass rush is more efficient and could cause a problem with our line.

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very true. but we also didnt' have Gore for most of that last game. With that passrush, the weather, and a healthy Gore, I imagine we'll get back to our ground game.
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by kidash98:
Difference with this game vs. the last time we played them are the players back that was missing from their roster when we played them. I noticed their pass rush is more efficient and could cause a problem with our line.

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very true. but we also didnt' have Gore for most of that last game. With that passrush, the weather, and a healthy Gore, I imagine we'll get back to our ground game.

Time for another test with our OLine. We need to stop 'em in the trenches and open up lanes for our RBs.

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Supposed to rain like a mofo
Originally posted by BobS:
Last I checked they didn't have a defense, we could put 40 up on them and they won't get that against us.
This.
Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:
i was more nervous of the saints than the giants to be honest. so no it would not surprise me if we won this, in fact i expect to win this.
For me, it's the other way around. The Saints' Offense is legit but their defense is very beatable. In contrary to that, the Giants-defense is one of the better d-units in the league and they have a very good offense as well.
If there ever could be a trap game in the playoffs, this feels like it for me. At least as a fan.

I think we can and will win. But I'm very interested to see how Harbaugh gets this team ready.

This is the biggest game of their lives. And it follows the most emotional and physical game the Niners have had in a decade.
Originally posted by okdkid:
If there ever could be a trap game in the playoffs, this feels like it for me. At least as a fan.

I think we can and will win. But I'm very interested to see how Harbaugh gets this team ready.

This is the biggest game of their lives. And it follows the most emotional and physical game the Niners have had in a decade.

lol. a conference championship game will never be a "trap game".
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by okdkid:
If there ever could be a trap game in the playoffs, this feels like it for me. At least as a fan.

I think we can and will win. But I'm very interested to see how Harbaugh gets this team ready.

This is the biggest game of their lives. And it follows the most emotional and physical game the Niners have had in a decade.

lol. a conference championship game will never be a "trap game".

I think you're missing what I'm saying.

Make no mistake. Refocusing for this game after what this team just did will be monumental.

We have the team/staff to do it. I'm just interested in how well they do it.
FITTY/FITTY


...honestly, during the game i was thinking i'd rather play the packers than giants, LOL.
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
FITTY/FITTY


...honestly, during the game i was thinking i'd rather play the packers than giants, LOL.


I wanted the 9ers to play Rodgers and GB, then NE and Brady to showcase Smith as an effective QB who belongs with these guys. Have to beat the best to be the best! Now it's Eli and ? Baltimore would be wonderful for the brother bowl aspect and revenge, but beating Brady would also be great!
I'm every bit as worried about this game as I was the Saints game. We're playing a hot team that just took out the Champs. It's going to be a b***h but we have the team to pull it off.
Originally posted by okdkid:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by okdkid:
If there ever could be a trap game in the playoffs, this feels like it for me. At least as a fan.

I think we can and will win. But I'm very interested to see how Harbaugh gets this team ready.

This is the biggest game of their lives. And it follows the most emotional and physical game the Niners have had in a decade.

lol. a conference championship game will never be a "trap game".

I think you're missing what I'm saying.

Make no mistake. Refocusing for this game after what this team just did will be monumental.

We have the team/staff to do it. I'm just interested in how well they do it.

over the course of the season with Harbaugh at the helm, there has been no indication that the team has ever entered a game unfocused. i don't think we have to worry about that in the biggest game of the season so far. i think it really helps that we played these guys already during the regular season, too.
I am very confident that the Niners can beat the Giants, but know that this will be a close game, especially since they have Ahmad Bradshaw, Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyoura back.
The big key now is: Can the 49er's front BLOCK long enough for Alex to complete some passes? They can't always count on their defense to win the games and a breakdown or two can make the difference in winning or losing.

I think that most teams now are keying on Frank Gore and after what Vernon Davis did to the Saints, the Giants will make sure that Vernon doesn't have the same kind of success against them. Time for the other receivers to shine!

But like I said whatever happens, it's been one hell of a season for the UNEXPECTED 49er's. Who would have thunk?

The goldrush gang are back! "There's GOLD in them FOOSEBALL fields" !
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
I'm every bit as worried about this game as I was the Saints game. We're playing a hot team that just took out the Champs. It's going to be a b***h but we have the team to pull it off.

This.


This isn't going to be the team we saw earlier in the year. They are hitting on all cylinders. Their pass rush is fierce but I think our O-Line will be ready because they were fighting blitzes the entire Saints game.

HOWEVER - I don't see us giving up a f**king hail mary TD in the waning seconds of the half. That was a backbreaker (and I thought momentum sealer) in that game. How the hell does that even HAPPEN?!
There are to many keys to this game to list and they would all be cliche anyways. This game, like last week, like pretty much any other game ever played, will be determined in the trenches. The quarterback that gets pressured into the most mistakes is going to lose. Not rocket science. A scheme isn't gonna win this game. It's going to come down to which offensive line can hold up the longest against a very ferocious defense.