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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 16)

even though i think that call could've have gone either way, the leauge ruled on it and it's a done deal.. there were several calls in that game that effected the outcome... seriously bad calls against both teams.. so i disagree with you, even if that call was incorrect it was one of many bad calls... and that's all i'll say about it.. this is a SF vs. SEA thread not a GB thread.
Originally posted by hawker84:
Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:
niners 31 hags 17. hags come out and try to hard to beat us , and end up making crucial mistakes, someone getting a pick, can see a fumble too, kaep will protect the football and take his shots, if manningham is back thats another weapon in are arsenal , good luck to em.

so why do you think we'll be turning the ball over and Kaep won't.. he's been doing it quite a bit in the last few games.. RW and the offense have turned the ball over once in the last 5 games? just curious...

you guys played against the cards and bills lol.
Originally posted by hawker84:
even though i think that call could've have gone either way, the leauge ruled on it and it's a done deal.. there were several calls in that game that effected the outcome... seriously bad calls against both teams.. so i disagree with you, even if that call was incorrect it was one of many bad calls... and that's all i'll say about it.. this is a SF vs. SEA thread not a GB thread.

HaHa, ok Bro, thanks for reminding me. Pathetic excuses are pathetic
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Originally posted by hawker84:
even though i think that call could've have gone either way, the leauge ruled on it and it's a done deal.. there were several calls in that game that effected the outcome... seriously bad calls against both teams.. so i disagree with you, even if that call was incorrect it was one of many bad calls... and that's all i'll say about it.. this is a SF vs. SEA thread not a GB thread.

Browner and Sherman aren't playing right?
How did the replacement corners do?
Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:
wilson is a rookie, kaep is his second year, he seen it already. wilson will eventually have his rookie moments when the pressure is too big for him.

hmmm. to call any 1st year guy a rookie at this stage in the game , i don't know.. i guess. and what has kaep seen that wilson hasn't?
Originally posted by rxrunner:
you guys played against the cards and bills lol.

and the bears in chicago
Originally posted by rxrunner:
you guys played against the cards and bills lol.

You didn't hear? Those dudes are world beaters that's why you have to run the score up and pass on 4th down and fake punt.
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Originally posted by hawker84:
Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:
wilson is a rookie, kaep is his second year, he seen it already. wilson will eventually have his rookie moments when the pressure is too big for him.

hmmm. to call any 1st year guy a rookie at this stage in the game , i don't know.. i guess. and what has kaep seen that wilson hasn't?

A tie.
Originally posted by hawker84:
and the bears in chicago

and Miami HaHa
Originally posted by Garcia:
Browner and Sherman aren't playing right?
How did the replacement corners do?

sherman played, and IMO had one of his weakest games... Lane (thurmonds backup) looked good, thurmond was out resting a hammy so didn't get any action...
Originally posted by Garcia:
Browner and Sherman aren't playing right?
How did the replacement corners do?

Sherman still is...they're staggering their suspensions
Originally posted by RabidNiner:
and Miami HaHa

how'd you guys do against them? ya i know you barely beat them at home.. done with you dude
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I think the Niners win 31-17
Originally posted by RabidNiner:
Justin Smith injury "not believed to be serious, and he should be playing for the Seattle game" per NFL 32.

Originally posted by hawker84:
Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:
wilson is a rookie, kaep is his second year, he seen it already. wilson will eventually have his rookie moments when the pressure is too big for him.

hmmm. to call any 1st year guy a rookie at this stage in the game , i don't know.. i guess. and what has kaep seen that wilson hasn't?

he is less raw, had a year to sit and learn and be part of a playoff run, didn't play but im sure absorbed it if that means anything. could be dead wrong but thats how i see it, when the stage gets bigger we will see if wilson can keep producing.