IMPORTANT: ALL 49ERS FANS ATTENDING THE SEAHAWKS GAME

Nov 26, 2014 at 4:54 PM


First off, Happy Thanksgiving to all 49ers Fans!

Now that we got that out of way.

Listen up, 49er fans, especially those attending the Thanksgiving game on Thursday. We all knew it would come down to this! This year, the NFL schedule favored us. Our big game did NOT happen in week 2. It happens on week 13 and the first game is at home. We have Aldon back. We gave Lattimore, Dorsey, and Bowman a chance to come back. But now, this game is up to us.

If you will be at the game on Thursday night, please do these 4 things:

1) Get to the game early and be obnoxious!! Yell as loud and as long as you can. Make the referees respect your presence. Do this throughout the game except for when the 49ers are on offense.

2) Get even louder when Seattle is on offense! Don't stop yelling to watch the game. Scream your lungs out and encourage your neighbors to scream their lungs out. Stand the entire game. This is a playoff game and it is do or die!

3) SHUT UP when Kaepernick takes the field. He knows you appreciate and are proud of him. The whole offense knows you are supporting them. Support them by shutting up! Tell your neighbors to do the same.

4) Do not leave your seats at halftime! The 2nd half is when we win or lose the game. Use the bathroom throughout the game and do NOT leave the seats at halftime. If you love your team, MAKE this sacrifice.

I will be far away from Levi's Stadium. I will be cheering you on from the comfort of my warm home. I will look for and watch the game and all the 49ers fans on NBC. I will watch you help us take this game to a victorious ending.
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