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NFC West....Should we be worried?

Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Stupid Seahawks are causing me to get a lil concerned here

Why isn't Sherman suspended yet?

this is just flippin funny to me... i hope SF is healthy and every stud you have is on the field when we meet... your best against our best.. unfortunately i think both our cb's will be out.. next man up.... and honestly niner fans, isn't this how it's suppose to be, one game against the two best in the division to determine the champs, couldn't ask for a better scenerio.... better believe it's gonna be a war at the CLink, i for one cannot wait... good luck in Foxboro... bring hand warmers
Originally posted by captveg:
Gotta keep the pedal to the metal, especially with the other division leaders with better records (7-0 Falcons, 6-1 Bears, 6-2 Giants w/ tie-breaker).

SHOULD be able to beat the Rams at home in two weeks without much problem. After that it gets tougher:

vs. St. Louis - W
vs. Chicago (MNF) - Gonna need the run game BIG TIME this game. coin flip
@ New Orleans - Short week on the road. Saints D sucks, but Brees & Co. can put up points still. Plus, SF hasn't played well in most non-Rams Dome in past years in general. Should score enough on worst D in NFL, but will it be another MIN game? coin flip
@ St. Louis - early start, but again, its the Rams. W
vs. Miami - Dolphins playing decent. But W
@ New England (SNF) - fortunately a night game after a long trip. Gonna be cold, and defense will be tested in both run and pass, especially with Gronk. coin flip
@ Seattle - Typical hellish road game. Hopefully at least division is wrapped up by this point. May be a L to a Seattle team fighting for a Wild Card.
Arizona - Hopefully will mean nothing. W

Niners should go at least 10-6, possibly 12-4.

By comparison, free-falling Arizona has:

@ Green Bay - probably a L
BYE
@ Atlanta - Probably a L, but Atlanta could finally hit a snag against a motivated ARZ team
vs. Rams - I say W for ARZ here
@ NY Jets - Gotta like ARZ here, too
@ Seattle - Seahawks win, L for ARZ
vs. Lions - coin flip
vs. Chicago - L
@ SF - L

So, probably 6-10 at worst and 9-7 at best.

Seattle:

vs. Minnesota - coin flip
vs. NY Jets - W
@ Miami - coin flip
@ Chicago - L
vs. Arizona - W
@ Buffalo - W
vs. SF - coin flip
vs, St. Louis W

I'm thinking Seahawks should be at least 8-8 with this schedule, and possibly 10-6.

So, Seahawks are definitely the more likely threat.

Aside from the Cardinals playing even worse than expected and the two 49er-Rams game, I'd say I read the tea leaves pretty well 6 weeks ago.
unless we're gonna turn the ball over 8 times against the seachickens, we should be okay.
Our magic number is two. Not worried
Originally posted by hawker84:
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Stupid Seahawks are causing me to get a lil concerned here

Why isn't Sherman suspended yet?

this is just flippin funny to me... i hope SF is healthy and every stud you have is on the field when we meet... your best against our best.. unfortunately i think both our cb's will be out.. next man up.... and honestly niner fans, isn't this how it's suppose to be, one game against the two best in the division to determine the champs, couldn't ask for a better scenerio.... better believe it's gonna be a war at the CLink, i for one cannot wait... good luck in Foxboro... bring hand warmers

Don't be surprised if when sherman comes back, he is not the same player.
pretty sure he didn't have any substances in his system yesterday, 2 pic's and a fumble recovery... you mean Browner?
Just saw on NFLN that dude sittin next to Eric Davis said hawks are gonna win the west period, cuz they simply are a more complete team. BTW Sundays game is flexed to Sunday night.
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Originally posted by CenCal9er:
Just saw on NFLN that dude sittin next to Eric Davis said hawks are gonna win the west period, cuz they simply are a more complete team. BTW Sundays game is flexed to Sunday night.

well right not they are playing much better than we are so he is right, at least they can impose thier will on a bottom tier team at home
how did the team score 58 points with Wilson only having 148 yards 1 TD and 1INT?
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
how did the team score 58 points with Wilson only having 148 yards 1 TD and 1INT?

8 take-aways and nearly 300 yards on the ground (Lynch and Turbin each 100+)
Russell needed a little break and Flynn needed a few reps
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
how did the team score 58 points with Wilson only having 148 yards 1 TD and 1INT?

can't remember , lost track after the 1st half.. started doing laundry...
Originally posted by LisaTwelve:
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
how did the team score 58 points with Wilson only having 148 yards 1 TD and 1INT?

8 take-aways and nearly 300 yards on the ground (Lynch and Turbin each 100+)
Russell needed a little break and Flynn needed a few reps

Yeah those 7 completions took a lot out of Wilson
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
how did the team score 58 points with Wilson only having 148 yards 1 TD and 1INT?

5 turnover's by Arizona's starting quarterback.

Two muffed punts deep in their own territory by Patrick Peterson.

1 random fumble by the Arizona rookie backup QB.

Seahawks scored 2 defensive TD's off turnovers, 1 special teams TD on a muffed punt and ended up with 4 turnovers deep in Cardinals territory.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Dec 10, 2012 at 11:19 AM ]
At the end of the season, who ever wins the division will have earned it. Bottom line. Go Niners!
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
how did the team score 58 points with Wilson only having 148 yards 1 TD and 1INT?

I wondered the same thing yesterday. The Cards are a joke.
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