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Do you want the 49ers to kick off the season @ Seattle on TNF?

Do you want the 49ers to kick off the season @ Seattle on TNF?

Originally posted by mutant-man49:
Originally posted by Amir:
no way they do a SB rematch. SEA/SF or SEA/Dallas or SEA/NE.

How often do you get a Super Bowl rematch the very next season? It's happening! The only other possibility is Sf/sea and the nfl won't put sf back to back sunday nighters

Did you not see in 2012 SF @ NE then SF @ SEA? Back to back Sunday notes plus this will be a Thur then a Sun
Originally posted by verb1der:
I really don't think you guys understand what it takes to win a football game in Seattle these days. It's a daunting task and there's a reason why even elite QB's like Tom Brady and Drew Brees fail in there.

To be the opponent in their home opener is a suicide mission. Have we forgotten how we've gotten basically blown out, and peppered with injuries when we go up there?! VD's concussions, Delanie's broken jaw, Ian Williams ankle, Iupati's knee, Bowman's leg?!?! Rememeber?!?!


I swear only a homer could have such confidence.

Dude we have to play up there at some point in the season. Might as well get it over with in week 1. You guys are acting like vaginas. Have some confidence.
  • mayo49
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I think we'll kick their ass.
nah I dont wonna start the year off with a loss.
Originally posted by mayo49:
I think we'll kick their ass.

How often do the Super Bowl winners come back dominant the next year?
Not really. Reality is, it'll be hard to win that game in Seattle without Bowman, and who knows what our secondary will look like. Losing the first game of the season will be a tough blow to our momentum. I think whoever wins that game ends up winning the division.
Originally posted by AZ9erfan520:
Originally posted by verb1der:
I really don't think you guys understand what it takes to win a football game in Seattle these days. It's a daunting task and there's a reason why even elite QB's like Tom Brady and Drew Brees fail in there.

To be the opponent in their home opener is a suicide mission. Have we forgotten how we've gotten basically blown out, and peppered with injuries when we go up there?! VD's concussions, Delanie's broken jaw, Ian Williams ankle, Iupati's knee, Bowman's leg?!?! Rememeber?!?!


I swear only a homer could have such confidence.

Dude we have to play up there at some point in the season. Might as well get it over with in week 1. You guys are acting like vaginas. Have some confidence.

lol, but why would you want it to be tougher on our team? It makes no sense. We might as well root for them to win the division so it'll be tougher for us in the playoffs.
The upside to winning far outweighs any downside to losing. This team is mentally tough and a week 1 loss to seattle wouldn't be the end of the world. This team has been faced with a ton of adversity in the last few years and has bounced back just fine. I doubt we would lose anyways.
Originally posted by AZ9erfan520:
The upside to winning far outweighs any downside to losing. This team is mentally tough and a week 1 loss to seattle wouldn't be the end of the world. This team has been faced with a ton of adversity in the last few years and has bounced back just fine. I doubt we would lose anyways.

you doubt we would lose? seriously
Originally posted by verb1der:
lol, but why would you want it to be tougher on our team? It makes no sense. We might as well root for them to win the division so it'll be tougher for us in the playoffs.

How is it tougher? Would you rather face seattle during the middle of one of their winning streaks? They beat us by 6 inches last season in the most emotionally charged game in that franchises history. You really think going into the clink in week 1 will be harder than going there for the title game?
Originally posted by Lucky49:
Originally posted by AZ9erfan520:
The upside to winning far outweighs any downside to losing. This team is mentally tough and a week 1 loss to seattle wouldn't be the end of the world. This team has been faced with a ton of adversity in the last few years and has bounced back just fine. I doubt we would lose anyways.

you doubt we would lose? seriously

What, you guys have already given up on this game?
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Lucky49:
Originally posted by AZ9erfan520:
The upside to winning far outweighs any downside to losing. This team is mentally tough and a week 1 loss to seattle wouldn't be the end of the world. This team has been faced with a ton of adversity in the last few years and has bounced back just fine. I doubt we would lose anyways.

you doubt we would lose? seriously

What, you guys have already given up on this game?

there's a difference between giving up on a game and not "doubting we would lose" in a situation where we've lost a whole lot
Originally posted by Lucky49:
you doubt we would lose? seriously

They can't defend what we do best. The only reason we lost that game is because we got away from it towards the end.
hang on a second how am i even on this account im pretty sure this isn't my account
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Originally posted by mutant-man49:
Originally posted by Amir:
no way they do a SB rematch. SEA/SF or SEA/Dallas or SEA/NE.

How often do you get a Super Bowl rematch the very next season? It's happening! The only other possibility is Sf/sea and the nfl won't put sf back to back sunday nighters

Did you not see in 2012 SF @ NE then SF @ SEA? Back to back Sunday notes plus this will be a Thur then a Sun

That 2nd game was flexed. Trust me man. The Niners will not play 2 games on the same network in back to back weeks to start the season.