Upon Further Review - Video Podcast set #5: Seahawks are coming to town.

Diego Del Barco
Oct 22, 2015 at 9:50 AM



Tonight in less than 12 hours a battle of 2-4 teams will take place at Levi's Stadium between your San Francisco 49ers and what is possible the team you love to hate the most, the Seattle Seahawks. The teams come into this game from different paths: the 49ers off a win after a four-game losing streak while the Seahawks are riding a two-game losing streak for the second time this season already.

In this week's UFR video podcast AJ and I react to the 49ers win last week vs the Baltimore Ravens and look forward to tonight's game against the Seahawks. The podcast discusses:

  • Colin Kaepernick.
  • X-factor at WR for the 49ers.
  • Bright spot defensively for the 49ers.
  • The state of the Seahawks coming into this game.
  • And our game prediction after both of us successfully called a 49ers win in last week's podcast.



As we do every week we also went ahead and pick all of our winners for Week 7 in the NFL and picking against the spread continues to be a challenge. After both of us were coming off 5-9 records in Week 5 AJ had somewhat of a bounce-back week going 6-8 in Week 6 while I took one more stepped backwards and went 4-10. Odds are I'll be the one having a bounce-back week this time around (hopefully).


Once again thanks for checking out the video podcasts. We invite you to:


I will be out of town for the next 2-3 weeks so AJ will have some guests joining him on the set while I'm gone. GO NINERS.
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1 Comment

  • James Carson
    Does everyone know by now why the Niner's suddenly suck so bad? its not Kap, its not Tomsula, its not the players, sh*t its not even Balke; its the owners, Denise and John York. The son turned out to be a spoiled schmuck who can not handle working with a winning football coach so apparently decided the easiest thing was to go back to what didn't work. What a tiny little weenie just like his dork dad. The apple does not fall far from the tree. Seriously York's sell the team or just give it back to Eddie once and fore-all.
    Oct 22, 2015 at 11:41 PM
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