Originally posted by LVJay:I actually came up with this thought when Horseface Elway introduced Wes Welker at a press conference. He talked about how he was a Denver Bronco and I though: "Why the hell would anybody want to become one of those?" It invoked passions of the old AFC rvalry. The Raiders, Broncos and Chiefs were quite colorful. The Chargers are the NFC Wests version of the Cardinals.
I think you're just bored tonight
But yeah, I like the way it is now (geographically) and like SonocoNinerFan, I would like it better if the Rams were back in LA. It makes more sense (traveling wise).
I always liked your team and rooted for them when they went up against their rivals in the AFC West. However, I don't like them anymore because a lot of their obnoxious/delusional fans... you're prolly not like that, but I dunno.
And I have to agree with most people, it's not really a real rivalry quite yet... the Lambs, yes, but the other two teams, not yet.
Originally posted by Young2Rice:I am not sure it is much easier there with Payton Manning and all his new toys to play with..
I would want to go back to the AFC if I were the Seahawks too.
Kaepernick and the niners along with Fisher and the Rams are going to be a tough challenge.
Even the Cards have some good defense.
Ah, the seahawks fan doesn't want to play with the big boys any more
Actually I was a big Niners fan before the move to the NFC. I remember reading about your owner (Eddie Debartolo) and what a great owner he was. He was always taking care of his players and I thought the whole organization was so classy in how they conducted themselves. It was nice to see a team win without all the hoopla (Chicago Bears superbowl Shuffle, LA Rams and their retarded song). So being a pretty loyal person I was really conflicted by this. I also like the fact that most Niner fans are knowledgable with an edge.
Here is what I am talking about:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOYY6futWBc Cheerleaders and everything