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Originally posted by socalniner:
Let's make the Cowboys stadium a sea of red

Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by socalniner:
Let's make the Cowboys stadium a sea of red


Lol Hard to find a Cowboy fan in that pic! I haven't been to a game in their new stadium yet, so looking forward to the Jimmy G show!
man that's a brutal traveling schedule
Originally posted by Mayor:
Originally posted by Goatie:
Originally posted by smithgdwg:
I predict the Patriots will suck next year. Probably no Brady or BB.


What is the chances they are leaving though?


Brady is done. He sucks since the second half of the Atlanta super bowl. He won't succeed or work out outside of BBs umbrella too.

um yeah that makes sense?? went on to play in two more SB's & won 1. lol yeah he sucks.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Seriously we go to NO 3x more than they come here.

What the hell? Seriously. Don't we ever get them at home? They get a home game vs the 49ers every year. This is ridiculous.

If they play each other in the playoffs, then it would be a home game.
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
what's the exact reasoning behind having to play at New Orleans so much?

It's all based on the scheduling formula. In 2020, the NFC West plays the NFC East and a home game vs common finish from the NFC North and a road game vs common finish from the NFC South
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
what's the exact reasoning behind having to play at New Orleans so much?

Eddie D, the governor of Louisiana and riverboat gambling....🤫🤫
saints fans were saying the winner of our game last night would have to travel to NO again next season. Anyone know if thats true?
Originally posted by maximusdecimus:
saints fans were saying the winner of our game last night would have to travel to NO again next season. Anyone know if thats true?

Yes, it's based off the rotating schedule. 2020 road opponents include us traveling to play the team who finished in the same position in their division. Niners and Saints both won their division. Therefore, we travel to the Saints next year.

It's not like we're being randomly forced to play the Saints or any other team on the road for no reason. It's all based on the schedule format/formula. You can track "as of today" future opponents from year to year pretty easily.
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Dec 30, 2019 at 8:25 AM ]
Originally posted by maximusdecimus:
saints fans were saying the winner of our game last night would have to travel to NO again next season. Anyone know if thats true?

It is, because the top NFC West team was gonna play the top NFC South team.

As for how the home/away for those is decided...

Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Seriously we go to NO 3x more than they come here.

What the hell? Seriously. Don't we ever get them at home? They get a home game vs the 49ers every year. This is ridiculous.

It does seem that way, but It's just the way the standing chips fell this year; the NFC South champ traveled to the NFC West champ this year (NO @ Seattle). SF hosts GB again.
Originally posted by Mayor:
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
what's the exact reasoning behind having to play at New Orleans so much?

They finished in the same position in their division.

i dont get it. why do they get to host
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
Originally posted by Mayor:
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
what's the exact reasoning behind having to play at New Orleans so much?

They finished in the same position in their division.

i dont get it. why do they get to host

That follows a rotation every year. Example: Look at the 2021 opponents https://profootballschedules.com/2021-san-francisco-49ers-schedule/
Coming to NJ twice next season
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
Originally posted by Mayor:
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
what's the exact reasoning behind having to play at New Orleans so much?

They finished in the same position in their division.

i dont get it. why do they get to host

That follows a rotation every year. Example: Look at the 2021 opponents https://profootballschedules.com/2021-san-francisco-49ers-schedule/

yea i understand the rotation, just didnt understand what determined what was home and what was away. thanks!
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