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Niners 2012 record

Niners 2012 record

Originally posted by English:
12

thread
Anything over 11 and I'm pleased....

Prediction for 2012: PAIN
10-6, 11-5...

Problem is, we probably don't get a bye...and the NFC is stacked.
I'm thinking 11-5/12-4, but we are a much better team and more well rounded. But the ball doesn't always bounce your way and the west will be better.
Originally posted by papa9er:
Been having hearts problems since last year. Hope to be back and talking on the webzone more again this year. GO NINERS

Hope you feel better stud. Looking forward to a good year and a sb. Take care
Home field for the playoffs.
Originally posted by 5NorCalSavage2:
19-0, but if we keep kyle williams 10-6 and one and done in the playoffs.

That's funny
Wow ...Green Bay, NY Giants, New Orleans, New England ...we will definitely be getting more primetime exposure next year, hopefully at least 3 monday night football appearences, 2 Sunday Night games and a Thursday game
we'll win 3 of those 4 games. book it.
GB,PATS, NO, all away, Giants at home. Wow. That sounds like a 1-3 but I would hope for a 2-2 split. This is a yr when best record and home field will be much harder than last, and these 4 games will be nail biters. That is , however, based on our having only #4 and #5 WRs, kyle and craps(paid like a #1), from this yr. And we all know we will have a #1WR from FA (in this case, regardless of cost), plus a solid #2 from draft plus a handful of WRs that are either at btm of list or UDFAs that come to camp....we have an advantage here because of JHs knowledge of college WRs. Also would love to pick up a #2 WR who just happens to be a TE(Fleener). Doesn't matter where he lines up, it matters if he can get open and catch the ball. Since we essentially played NO, NYG twice, with no #1,2, or 3 WRs, the matchups may favor us a lot more than it appears based on the 2011 roster of WRs.
10-6 and in the playoffs.

Division will improve. Packers. Saints. Giants. Lions. Pats. MUCH, MUCH harder schedule. Tougher road next year but a chance to get battle tested during the season. They will likely play whomever they play in the playoffs in the regular season.
Hard to say until you see the schedule set-up. But just like this past year, we should be in every game so long as Freddy P is at home.
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

How do we only lose 2 more games than last year when our schedule is tougher (on paper at least) and statistically it is very unlikely that we have such a significant turn over margin. 9-7 - we win the West.
12-4 49ers
9-7 Seahawks
8-8 Rams
6-10 Cardinals
Originally posted by midrdan:
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

How do we only lose 2 more games than last year when our schedule is tougher (on paper at least) and statistically it is very unlikely that we have such a significant turn over margin. 9-7 - we win the West.

I'm not worried about our turn over margin coming back to earth so long as our offense is more productive.