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The 2013 San Francisco 49ers Schedule Thread

I don't like that three of our primetime games are away. They should be at home considering this is the Stick's last season.
[ Edited by blunt_probe on Apr 18, 2013 at 5:09 PM ]
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
We will play the Rams on MNF in one of the match ups

BOOK IT

What i tell you.

SMK
its a thurs night game

oops i meant primetime

3rd or 4th year in row where the Niners have had the BYE smack dab in the middle of the season? No complaints!
@ SEATTLE WEEK 2 SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL!!!!!


LET'S GET ITTTTTTTTTTTTT earlier the BETTER!
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
1 Sep 08 4:25 PM ET Packers
2 Sep 15 8:30 PM ET at Seahawks
3 Sep 22 4:25 PM ET Colts
4 Sep 26 8:25 PM ET at Rams
5 Oct 06 8:30 PM ET Texans
6 Oct 13 4:25 PM ET Cardinals
7 Oct 20 4:05 PM ET at Titans
8 Oct 27 1:00 PM ET at Jaguars
9 Bye Week
10 Nov 10 4:05 PM ET Panthers
11 Nov 17 4:25 PM ET at Saints
12 Nov 25 8:40 PM ET at Redskins
13 Dec 01 4:05 PM ET Rams
14 Dec 08 4:25 PM ET Seahawks
15 Dec 15 1:00 PM ET at Buccaneers
16 Dec 23 8:40 PM ET Falcons
17 Dec 29 4:25 PM ET at Cardinals

No more than 2 road games in a row. I think it's pretty balanced, except we have to get off to a good start vs. Packers and at Seattle.
Tough 5 games right out of the gate! Lots of travel. Lots of really good teams. In fact, there is not a single "give me" game...even the Cards and Jags will be tougher. The only consolation in all of this is that most bigger games are at home and our bye-week is smack dab in the middle of the season. But this is not an easy schedule by any means. How does Seattle look (esp. for away games)?
Originally posted by olapac:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
1 Sep 08 4:25 PM ET Packers
2 Sep 15 8:30 PM ET at Seahawks
3 Sep 22 4:25 PM ET Colts
4 Sep 26 8:25 PM ET at Rams
5 Oct 06 8:30 PM ET Texans
6 Oct 13 4:25 PM ET Cardinals
7 Oct 20 4:05 PM ET at Titans
8 Oct 27 1:00 PM ET at Jaguars
9 Bye Week
10 Nov 10 4:05 PM ET Panthers
11 Nov 17 4:25 PM ET at Saints
12 Nov 25 8:40 PM ET at Redskins
13 Dec 01 4:05 PM ET Rams
14 Dec 08 4:25 PM ET Seahawks
15 Dec 15 1:00 PM ET at Buccaneers
16 Dec 23 8:40 PM ET Falcons
17 Dec 29 4:25 PM ET at Cardinals

No more than 2 road games in a row. I think it's pretty balanced, except we have to get off to a good start vs. Packers and at Seattle.

Most definitely gotta get to a good start, at least we play Seattle when it'll be warm
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
1 Sep 08 4:25 PM ET Packers
2 Sep 15 8:30 PM ET at Seahawks
3 Sep 22 4:25 PM ET Colts
4 Sep 26 8:25 PM ET at Rams
5 Oct 06 8:30 PM ET Texans
6 Oct 13 4:25 PM ET Cardinals
7 Oct 20 4:05 PM ET at Titans
8 Oct 27 1:00 PM ET at Jaguars
9 Bye Week
10 Nov 10 4:05 PM ET Panthers
11 Nov 17 4:25 PM ET at Saints
12 Nov 25 8:40 PM ET at Redskins
13 Dec 01 4:05 PM ET Rams
14 Dec 08 4:25 PM ET Seahawks
15 Dec 15 1:00 PM ET at Buccaneers
16 Dec 23 8:40 PM ET Falcons
17 Dec 29 4:25 PM ET at Cardinals

Definitely have to make headway early because it will be tougher after week 10. 4 groups of really tough back to back games. Packers, at Seattle | at Saints, at Redskins| Rams, Seattle | at Bucs, Falcons
Originally posted by olapac:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
1 Sep 08 4:25 PM ET Packers
2 Sep 15 8:30 PM ET at Seahawks (sunday night)
3 Sep 22 4:25 PM ET Colts
4 Sep 26 8:25 PM ET at Rams (thursday night)
5 Oct 06 8:30 PM ET Texans (sunday night)
6 Oct 13 4:25 PM ET Cardinals
7 Oct 20 4:05 PM ET at Titans
8 Oct 27 1:00 PM ET at Jaguars
9 Bye Week
10 Nov 10 4:05 PM ET Panthers
11 Nov 17 4:25 PM ET at Saints
12 Nov 25 8:40 PM ET at Redskins (monday night)
13 Dec 01 4:05 PM ET Rams
14 Dec 08 4:25 PM ET Seahawks
15 Dec 15 1:00 PM ET at Buccaneers
16 Dec 23 8:40 PM ET Falcons (monday night)
17 Dec 29 4:25 PM ET at Cardinals

No more than 2 road games in a row. I think it's pretty balanced, except we have to get off to a good start vs. Packers and at Seattle.

And it looks like we'll go to new orleans, and then scoot right over to washington . Saving the trip home across the country.
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by mug0mug:
Week 16 vs Falcons will likely be a big deal for playoff positioning

espn, last regular season game at candlestick on mnf... atmosphere will be electric, can we lose?

also, at least we get to finish on the road vs cardinals if we need that last game, easier than rams or seattle or many other teams.

That game is a guaranteed book-it win. Glad we have our last Candlestick game on MNF AND against a good opponent...because WE ARE NOT LOSING THAT GAME.
Updated with night game info:


1 Sep 08 4:25 PM ET Packers
2 Sep 15 8:30 PM ET at Seahawks (sunday night)
3 Sep 22 4:25 PM ET Colts
4 Sep 26 8:25 PM ET at Rams (thursday night)
5 Oct 06 8:30 PM ET Texans (sunday night)
6 Oct 13 4:25 PM ET Cardinals
7 Oct 20 4:05 PM ET at Titans
8 Oct 27 1:00 PM ET at Jaguars
9 Bye Week
10 Nov 10 4:05 PM ET Panthers
11 Nov 17 4:25 PM ET at Saints
12 Nov 25 8:40 PM ET at Redskins (monday night)
13 Dec 01 4:05 PM ET Rams
14 Dec 08 4:25 PM ET Seahawks
15 Dec 15 1:00 PM ET at Buccaneers
16 Dec 23 8:40 PM ET Falcons (monday night)
17 Dec 29 4:25 PM ET at Cardinals
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
And it looks like we'll go to new orleans, and then scoot right over to washington . Saving the trip home across the country.

might be a good idea to spend the week in Youngstown, not too far out of the way. then again it's a little out of the way might head right to washington
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Apr 18, 2013 at 5:16 PM ]
Originally posted by Leathaface:
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by mug0mug:
Week 16 vs Falcons will likely be a big deal for playoff positioning

espn, last regular season game at candlestick on mnf... atmosphere will be electric, can we lose?

also, at least we get to finish on the road vs cardinals if we need that last game, easier than rams or seattle or many other teams.

That game is a guaranteed book-it win. Glad we have our last Candlestick game on MNF AND against a good opponent...because WE ARE NOT LOSING THAT GAME.

yea i feel you on that, i doubt we lose more than 2 at home to be honest, would be shocked.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by olapac:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
1 Sep 08 4:25 PM ET Packers
2 Sep 15 8:30 PM ET at Seahawks (sunday night)
3 Sep 22 4:25 PM ET Colts
4 Sep 26 8:25 PM ET at Rams (thursday night)
5 Oct 06 8:30 PM ET Texans (sunday night)
6 Oct 13 4:25 PM ET Cardinals
7 Oct 20 4:05 PM ET at Titans
8 Oct 27 1:00 PM ET at Jaguars
9 Bye Week
10 Nov 10 4:05 PM ET Panthers
11 Nov 17 4:25 PM ET at Saints
12 Nov 25 8:40 PM ET at Redskins (monday night)
13 Dec 01 4:05 PM ET Rams
14 Dec 08 4:25 PM ET Seahawks
15 Dec 15 1:00 PM ET at Buccaneers
16 Dec 23 8:40 PM ET Falcons (monday night)
17 Dec 29 4:25 PM ET at Cardinals

No more than 2 road games in a row. I think it's pretty balanced, except we have to get off to a good start vs. Packers and at Seattle.

And it looks like we'll go to new orleans, and then scoot right over to washington . Saving the trip home across the country.

Good, I was hoping the league would allow the team to make a stop in Youngstown again. Loving that bonding trip - just wish it was earlier in the season.
Originally posted by defenderDX:
@ SEATTLE WEEK 2 SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL!!!!!


LET'S GET ITTTTTTTTTTTTT earlier the BETTER!

our guys going to be super motivated for that one, considering what happen last year, i see us stealing that game!