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NFCW 2014 finishing order

Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Originally posted by CWin4949:
Jiks, im just messing with you Bro, you're cool, I did the ol Joe Dirte reverse psychology trick.....you are my witness...

Niners/Seahawks
Arizona
Stl

IMO whomever wins home field advantage has the best chance to win it all. I think that is the biggest key to this entire season. Winning the NFCW. We don't want to go back to Seattle in the playoffs. Not saying we'll lose, but our chances drop dramatically if we play in Seattle.

I agree. Also, it's probably more likely that an in-division playoff matchup happens in the divisional rd. Not that that really changes anything, just that I keep forgetting about how odd it was that we played SEA in the NFCCG.

So, if we win the division, we could face SEA at home in the divisional round (or in SEA if we're wild card and win). Which I'm predicting right now will be the case. Winner faces GB in NFCCG.

Home vs. SEA.
Home vs. GB

SB 49!!!ers (49ers over Colts... blowout)

Luck has been compared to Elway. Starts his career like Elway.
The surprise could be seattle -- Very little in the way of offensive line improvement. Could fall apart this year.

Here's there offseason moves -- not much positive besides some key extensions. Nothing new.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/transactions/_/name/sea/seattle-seahawks

The seattle offense has less to offer than ours by far. It's Marshawn going downhill and wilson improvising. That's what they got.

Not a good position to be in really. Could bite them, with a lot less depth on D.

1) SF 12-4
2) ARI 11-5
2) SEA 11-5
3) STL 9-7

easily best division in football.
Originally posted by brodiebluebanaszak:
The surprise could be seattle -- Very little in the way of offensive line improvement. Could fall apart this year.

Their offense is weak. Wilson is below average when he isn't improvising and if you can stop their run, they're screwed.

Add to that the fact that teams will be scheming against Seattle's cheating secondary (or consider the refs may begin calling these penalties if other teams start using their tactics because it's going to ruin fantasy football and the high scoring games that the NFL clearly wants) and you have potential for disaster in Seattle.

I think they win 10 games, mainly because of their homefield advantage in Seattle. They've got some easy games on the road, too. That is unless the refs decide to enforce the rules against them, then they get 8 wins.
Already 2 threads on this in NFL talk

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/178164-nfc-west-schedule/

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/179000-nfl-season-prediction/
[ Edited by Quest4six on Jul 19, 2014 at 11:30 AM ]
49ers 12-4
Seahawks 12-4
Cards 11-5
Rams 9-7

49ers win the tie-breakers for division champs.
[ Edited by 49erphan on Jul 19, 2014 at 11:36 AM ]
I'm not to sold on Arizona and St Louis being that much better they both have good defenses but mediocre QB's Palmer is a hot and cold QB and a turn over machine not very mobile. Bradford i compare to Alex Smith. The Niners and Seattle have the good defenses and QB's to back it up i see it the same as last year niners and seattle fighting for the top spot st louis and arizona fighting for 3rd and 4th place.
SF 14 - 2

SEA 13 - 3

STL 9 - 7

ARI 7- 9

We split w/Seattle and lose one more

Seattle loses one to Rams and two more

St. Louis loses 2 to us and splits w/Seattle

AZ loses 2 to us, 2 to Seattle, 1 to Rams and loses their QB due to piss poor OLine play

I'm focusing on our division. All the other loses are to teams yet to be determined.
[ Edited by LasVegasWally on Jul 19, 2014 at 12:05 PM ]
Originally posted by Quest4six:
Already 2 threads on this in NFL talk

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/178164-nfc-west-schedule/

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/179000-nfl-season-prediction/

WTF!!!???

NOW THERE'S ONE IN NT, YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THAT????
Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Seattle 16-0
Stl 13-3
49ers 4-12
Rams 4-12

lol
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Seattle 16-0
Stl 13-3
49ers 4-12
Rams 4-12

lol

St Louis Rams end up 17-15?
SF 12-4
SE 12-4
AZ 12-4
SL 12-4
After hearing the news that the NFL will crack down on defensive holding in the secondary...

1 49ers
2 Cardinals
3 Seahawks
4 Rams
Originally posted by SofaKing:
After hearing the news that the NFL will crack down on defensive holding in the secondary...

1 49ers
2 Cardinals
3 Seahawks
4 Rams



What are you talking about?
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
After hearing the news that the NFL will crack down on defensive holding in the secondary...

1 49ers
2 Cardinals
3 Seahawks
4 Rams



What are you talking about?

Link : http://blogs.seattletimes.com/seahawks/2014/07/18/is-nfl-planning-to-get-tighter-on-defensive-holding-and-illegal-contact/

FOX Sports analyst and former Vice President of Officiating Mike Pereira said the biggest points of emphasis in the NFL's officiating clinic were illegal contact and defensive holding.

"Last time the NFL had this as a major emphasis was 2004," Pereira continued, "and the number of illegal contact fouls went from 79 to 191." What this may look like in practice is unknown, but it appears the league is cracking down on the physical cornerback play many of the best defenses in the league are built on. This is yet another move which should increase passing and offensive success throughout the league.
[ Edited by SofaKing on Jul 19, 2014 at 2:47 PM ]
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
After hearing the news that the NFL will crack down on defensive holding in the secondary...

1 49ers
2 Cardinals
3 Seahawks
4 Rams



What are you talking about?

Link : http://blogs.seattletimes.com/seahawks/2014/07/18/is-nfl-planning-to-get-tighter-on-defensive-holding-and-illegal-contact/

FOX Sports analyst and former Vice President of Officiating Mike Pereira said the biggest points of emphasis in the NFL's officiating clinic were illegal contact and defensive holding.

"Last time the NFL had this as a major emphasis was 2004," Pereira continued, "and the number of illegal contact fouls went from 79 to 191." What this may look like in practice is unknown, but it appears the league is cracking down on the physical cornerback play many of the best defenses in the league are built on. This is yet another move which should increase passing and offensive success throughout the league.

That could be a big deal, was going to post the same thing