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Niners 2012 record

Niners 2012 record

Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by Draftology:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
We play Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, and Eli Manning in the same year. Our defense is going to have their work cut out for them lmao..... Extremely unlikely our TO margin is like what it was this past season. 11-5
But it is also likely that both sides of the ball perform better in other areas due to continuity in the same schemes two years in a row as well as a complete offseason

Yeah well that exact same sentence was said during the Jimmy Raye/Dingleberry era. If anything should improve the most by common sense you'd think it would be the offense.
Common sense seems to be the thing that was missing the last few years
Originally posted by Draftology:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by Draftology:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
We play Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, and Eli Manning in the same year. Our defense is going to have their work cut out for them lmao..... Extremely unlikely our TO margin is like what it was this past season. 11-5
But it is also likely that both sides of the ball perform better in other areas due to continuity in the same schemes two years in a row as well as a complete offseason

Yeah well that exact same sentence was said during the Jimmy Raye/Dingleberry era. If anything should improve the most by common sense you'd think it would be the offense.
Common sense seems to be the thing that was missing the last few years

that, along with a qb
12-4
This team and coaching staff will have a major chip on there sholders so I will say 13-3 first round bye. We may not get as many turnovers as last year...In the NFC Champ game did you notice that the giants backs and rec would jest fall down if one of our guys got close. The rest of the NFL saw that also. With that being said our offence will make up for it.
[ Edited by lifer49erfan on Feb 6, 2012 at 4:57 PM ]
How can we predict that now? We don't even know what will happen in FA or the Draft. Gains and losses are yet to be determined on this roster. Way too early....
Originally posted by boast:
13-3 or 14-2. the defense is just too good.

THIS plus another year in the offense and defense with another wide out, really it could only better or the same.
8-0 at home

4-4 on the road
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
How can we predict that now? We don't even know what will happen in FA or the Draft. Gains and losses are yet to be determined on this roster. Way too early....

Guess not bc many people are making a prediction without fa and the draft. I'm sure you might be able to go out on a huge limb and make a prediction now, after fa and then after the draft
162-0

UEFA Champions League Champions of the World
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
162-0

UEFA Champions League Champions of the World

I see a step backwards. Very difficult to maintain greatness in back to back years. And, so many free agents to take care of this offseason. Plus, team was very fortunate with lack of injuries in 2011. Really fortunate. Look at what happened to the Texans this year.
12-4 Get some players signed and GO NINERS
Been having hearts problems since last year. Hope to be back and talking on the webzone more again this year. GO NINERS
0-16
Our schedule isn't as bad as some of you make it out to be:

2 Games each against our division rivals. We have established ourselves as the dominant kings of the NFC West. The Niners own this division; I really don't think that either of these teams will catch up to us and be able to beat us. However, I predict a surprise loss at Seattle. 5 Wins


Games at home versus Detroit, Buffalo, Bears, Dolphins and of course, the New York Giants. I think we win all of these games: we are TOO good at home, and we match up well against all these teams. Detroit and the Giants will provide us with tough, close games, but I think our home crowd pushes us over the top. 5 Wins.


At Jets, New England, Green Bay, New Orleans, and Minnesota. This is where the schedule gets tough, outside of the Vikings match. I think we sneak out wins in New York and New England, but lose to Green Bay in a close one and get handled by the Saints. 3 Wins.

I know I was a bit of a homer, but a 13-3 season doesn't seem so crazy now, does it? Sure, it'll be no easy task for the Niners, but they proved it is doable and will do everything they can to do it again and obtain home field for the playoffs for a shot at the Superbowl.