Originally posted by BEASTrickwillis:
Exactly. How are the Rams receiving core better over the Niners' two proven wide receivers plus some solid ones?
Plus their biggest production guy just bolted to New England.
Seattle is a talented team, but at the end of the day I like to ask this question:
Which team has the greatest potential if their individual players rose to the occasion?
And for that, I say SF.......simply because of what we did in New England last year in the first three quarters. Can you see Seattle doing that??
You know Seattle got up for the Patriots and Packers games at home, and they barely took them down. Being that I feel Seahawks are better than those teams, under those circumstances in that dome.....fail.
Also I'm not getting this RB dominance......forget the Gore/Lynch thing.....take both of them out for a second....you're telling me their unit is better than what we have?? GTFO.
And a receiving corps that was unremarkable at the beginning of the season is now best in the division? LOL. Seahawks pre-RW emergence was ehhh, and our corps pre-Kaepernick was sorta the same thing. After watching Crabtree late in the year and postseason, I'd say he's #2 best receiver in division after Sir Lawrence Fitzgerald. Boldin is a superbowl hero, as is Manningham.
Cannot wait for week 2. Seriously......if it means we squeak by in week 1, that's fine with me.
Want that win in their house to shut them up. We did it with Sir Alexander and without the Honorable Willis.....we can and will do it again.
I predict that will be this year's biggest victory/upset. 90% of analysts will have SEA winning that game.....just like they had GB winning the opener last year.