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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 2)

Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Its going to be loud as f**k. Its a night game so they will be super drunk

^^^
Hope Staley doesn't let his emotions get ahead of him. Sherman and the other Seahawk b***hes will be trying to get in his head.
Clemons is supposedly named starter on Seahawks depth chart
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Its going to be loud as f**k. Its a night game so they will be super drunk

f**k that noise. I'm on East Coast time. I'm going to be SLOSHED.

With all the free, fruity wells shots my bar gives out when your team scores a touchdown I might ending up puking Seattle colors.

Already not looking forward to Monday morning.
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
Clemons is supposedly named starter on Seahawks depth chart

They listed him on the depth chart, but reports from Seattle seem to indicate he's a couple weeks away from returning.
Might have been posted but from Barrows Twitter:
LaMichael James (knee) said he thinks he'll be able to practice tomorrow. James sprained his MCL in the #49ers' preseason finale.


So sounds like he will be out 2 games at the most. Possibly only 1 if he is ready to go by Sunday night. Good news.
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Might have been posted but from Barrows Twitter:
LaMichael James (knee) said he thinks he'll be able to practice tomorrow. James sprained his MCL in the #49ers' preseason finale.


So sounds like he will be out 2 games at the most. Possibly only 1 if he is ready to go by Sunday night. Good news.

this is great news! People are down on LMJ since the preseason but I'm a firm believer that is because he was running behind our 2nd/3rd string OL, he showed that he can be a real asset last season when Hunter went down. I really hope Roman/Harbaugh find creative ways to get all 3 of our RBs the football. We need to find ways to get James and Hunter in space.
GB had a terrible defense at least in that secondary. The Seattle corners overall are a terrible match up for Boldin, especially if Browner returns. In addition, Boldin looks like the only decent 49er WR and if he gets shut down, that offense WILL struggle. And don't think they won't cover Davis as well. The other receiving options are all unproven or not as reliable.
Originally posted by DrHawkingThe12th:
GB had a terrible defense at least in that secondary. The Seattle corners overall are a terrible match up for Boldin, especially if Browner returns. In addition, Boldin looks like the only decent 49er WR and if he gets shut down, that offense WILL struggle. And don't think they won't cover Davis as well. The other receiving options are all unproven or not as reliable.

Because Seattle's offense is so intimidating
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Because Seattle's offense is so intimidating

Marshawn doe...
Originally posted by SacramentoNinersFsn:
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
Personally, I think we should utilize the Packers gameplan for us against the Seacawks. Take away the run and have the DEs and OLBs contain Wilson to keep him from rolling out and force him to pass from the pocket. I think it works better on him, because he is so short that he can't see over the Linemens. You all notice all of Wilson's deep passes are from him rolling out or escaping the pocket. He can have all the time in the world in the pocket but if he can't see his Receivers he can't throw the ball, and eventually the pocket will collapse with him trapped inside. We should have Bowman spy on him just in case he escapes and try to run, all Bowman needs to do is watch the pocket and if there's an escape hole, he just gotta fill it and force Wilson to stay in the pocket. I think it'll frustrate him and throw him off of his game. Go Niners! Can't wait! Chhheeeeehhhhuuuuu!

Well said!

Yeah, Im not taking anything away from our OL because they are the best in the league, but watching the Packers game, their DEs and OLBs wasn't really trying to get after Kap, they tried to contain him and make him stay in the pocket. Couple of things I missed on my first post. By keeping Wilson in the pocket, our DL will have all day to pat down his passes because he's soo short, that will benefit us too because now he has to change the projectory of his passes to get the ball over the DL which will results in inaccurate and overthrown passes and the ball being in the air too long for our DBs to make a play. Plus it will take away his check downs cause he'll overthrow every one them by trying to get it over the linemens. Gooo Niners!
Originally posted by DrHawkingThe12th:
GB had a terrible defense at least in that secondary. The Seattle corners overall are a terrible match up for Boldin, especially if Browner returns. In addition, Boldin looks like the only decent 49er WR and if he gets shut down, that offense WILL struggle. And don't think they won't cover Davis as well. The other receiving options are all unproven or not as reliable.

Now we all know this is correct, because its not like we have a running game at all.......
[ Edited by LoneWolf on Sep 10, 2013 at 6:56 PM ]
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Defeat them, crush them, and move forward on the quest for six.

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Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Because Seattle's offense is so intimidating

If you're referring to the Panther game, well they nearly beat the Seahawks last year too. They are very underrated on D. They have a better D than last year when it was ranked 10th overall. They went 7-9 last year and were only blown out once. The rest of their games were one possession games. I think they deserve some respect. Every team has teams that give them a hard time. The 49ers had a terrible time with the Rams last year.