If they do not turn the ball over it will be close. The blowouts in the last two games were all turnover related ... period. That said, the way the 49ers run their offense with audible adjustments right up to the end of the play clock is a recipe for failure there. That being said, it is good to be hot and playing well going in to the playoffs.
Truth. I just hope that after not one, but two ass whoopings the last two times we played them in their house, Roman and the offense will have to adjust playing in that harsh environment. Not only are they our divisional rivals (which means we better get used to playing there every year anyway) but it looks like going to the Super Bowl will go through them. Things have to be different this time around because if they come with the same old game plan, game already over.
Kap WILL DOMINATE in the playoffs. Nobody is stopping us this time, not even the seahawks. Book it!
I believe the niners are going to raise it to the next level for the playoffs, we faced pressure playoffs situations and thrived these last years while Seattle did not, an upset in Seattle is very possible because I believe our team will play loose and know they got unfinished business, should make a rallying cry for win one for frank!
The game in Seattle was much closer than that final score indicates and that was without Mike Crabtree. I think that an overconfident Seattle is prime for an upset in the playoffs. Just have that gut feeling the NFC champ game will end up in SFO like in 2011.
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