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  • Hawknballs wrote:Rooting for the 49ers to win the superbowl makes you a terrible fan.

    Sorry but it's true.
    ...... If it doesn't make you sick you may want to evaluate your allegiance to your team.


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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:Reason #1 why I'm rooting for the Falcons. This is the only rebuttal necessary as far as I'm concerned.

    49ers fans.

    Though #2, Jim Harbaugh, might be a good follow up.


    I definitely get where Kearly is coming from but this is where I'm at too.
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  • drdiags wrote:
    Hawknballs wrote:Rooting for the 49ers to win the superbowl makes you a terrible fan.

    Sorry but it's true.
    ...... If it doesn't make you sick you may want to evaluate your allegiance to your team.


    True fan debate can lead to a ban. The OP may not reflect what most think but questioning fanhood is not tolerated. Just an FYI in case you weren't aware.



    ok. Thanks, I wasn't aware. Sounds ridiculous but good to know. If questioning "Fanhood" is a bannable offense, saying you want the 49ers to win the superbowl should lead to your complete removal from the worldwideweb. JUST SAYIN.
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  • I've been kind of feeling the same way myself, kearly

    Plus if it happens maybe we'll play them opening night 8)
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  • A Niner SB victory would make their fans that crawl around here even more intolerable than they already are. I'd like to see long suffering Falcon fans enjoy a SB win. They seemed like good folk.
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  • Hawknballs wrote:ok. Thanks, I wasn't aware. Sounds ridiculous but good to know. If questioning "Fanhood" is a bannable offense, saying you want the 49ers to win the superbowl should lead to your complete removal from the worldwideweb. JUST SAYIN.


    We can agree on this. :thirishdrinkers:
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  • I'm rooting for ATL all the way(2nd fave team) but, I think the Whiners will win and I"ll root for them in the SB for a number of reasons, including many of those listed in the OP.

    Personally, my dad grew up in Santa Clara and I was born there as well, and grew up loving the Hawks and the Niners(Joe Montana, Jerry Rice) and HATING the Raiders(old AFC west).

    I can never root for Tom Brady to win any game ever, unless it immediately helps the Hawks...and even after then, I need a shower. So I'm rooting for Ray "I killed a guy" Lewis, but I expect the Chowderheads to win that game and play the Niners in the SB. Gotta go with the Whiners for divisional dominance, and their impending decline.

    Their 1, will pale in comparison to the 3 or 4 we're going to win over the next decade.
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  • I'm trying to picture some guy sitting there in california wearing his patric willis jersey typing away on his computer on the 49ers forum saying "Yaknow, I'd really like Seattle to hoist the lombardi trophy this year! Then they will be overconfident and because of a mostly random series of luck they could be bad for a long time! Go Seahawks!"

    I can't picture that. Because it's ridiculous.
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  • CrimsonWazzu wrote:I can never root for Tom Brady to win any game ever,.



    I don't like to see Brady win either, but Brady winning is pretty much harmless, he already has his legacy. Him winning another SB is about as close as you get in football to the yankees winning another world series. you hate to see it happen but it's also not really going to change the legacy one way or another.

    the 49ers haven't been this good since steve young was the QB, to want to see them get back to that level and validate it with a trophy now that they are your arch rival? No.
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  • You are as wrong about this as you were right about Russell Wilson.

    I am wiping this from my memory to preserve my good opinion of your writing.
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  • I want Atlanta to lose cause they knocked us out.
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  • Keyhawk wrote:I want Atlanta to lose cause they knocked us out.



    this makes even less sense, almost.

    Don't you want the team that knocked you out to prove they were worthy of being a championship team?

    Youd rather have them show they were good enough to beat you but not good enough to get the job done?

    my list of who I want to win:

    1.) Ravens
    2.) Falcons
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    74,210.) 49ers
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  • I would rather they not make it and wait til next year when we make it. Then the West and the league can respect us while gunning for us.
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  • Why I am not rooting for the 49ers the rest of the way:

    1. I Effing hate them.

    2. See 1.
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  • I have never been able to root for Tom Brady or the Pats...even their last two Superbowl appearances I was able to muster up enough nerve to root for the Giants (and I can't stand Eli). But if it turns into a 9ers - Pats Superbowl this year you bet your ass I'm rooting for the Pats. Never will I ever hope for a 9ers Superbowl win. Just can't do it.
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  • I hate all the teams that are left, I was rooting for the Texans because I hate them least.

    Now it's either the ravens or falcons, ravens preferably.

    Niners? never, ever, ever, everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, ever.
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  • Once my sports teams lose out of a tournament, I move my interest toward either the underdog team that happens to be having a cinderella season, or I look to a team that for one reason or another has always done well, but has just missed it.

    As for how I feel about the 49'ers, let's say it could be classified as a deep hatred. They've had their dynasty in the NFL. Although I understand Kip's logic, I think I'll take my chances in this year's draft and will count on Russell having the polar opposite of a sophomore slump next year.

    The aforementioned having been communicated, Go Falcons!
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  • I hope Atlanta wins by 45
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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:Reason #1 why I'm rooting for the Falcons. This is the only rebuttal necessary as far as I'm concerned.

    49ers fans.

    Though #2, Jim Harbaugh, might be a good follow up.


    :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13:

    Sorry, Kip. Couldn't disagree with your reasoning more.
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  • HoustonHawk82 wrote:Once my sports teams lose out of a tournament, I move my interest toward either the underdog team that happens to be having a cinderella season, or I look to a team that for one reason or another has always done well, but has just missed it.

    As for how I feel about the 49'ers, let's say it could be classified as a deep hatred. They've had their dynasty in the NFL. Although I understand Kip's logic, I think I'll take my chances in this year's draft and will count on Russell having the polar opposite of a sophomore slump next year.

    The aforementioned having been communicated, Go Falcons!


    :13: Kip means the best, I have no doubt he bleeds Seahawks gunmetal blue and electric green. It's just that the Niners are scum. Well at least 94.8 percent of them.

    Therefore, :49ersmall:
    And I only say Ravens, because I am still mad that the Falcons eliminated us. I dont really like the Ravens either, and am glad that stupid dance Lewis does will cease to exist.
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  • Hey Kearly, I suppose you don't have a 49 fan brother in law, huh?... I do... :49ersmall: :177692: :pukeface:
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  • Well Kip you lost me completely.

    If you think they won't make our lives here even more miserable then you've also lost your mind.

    I hope this doesn't mean you'll be posting "random thoughts about the ninnirs game" on this forum. Seems you prefer to post in the NFL Forum from now on.

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  • Keyhawk wrote:I want Atlanta to lose cause they knocked us out.



    Ouch. If the Niners lose the Super Bowl but beat Atlanta, we will have them here all off season gloating and rubbing our nose in it. If they were to go onto to win the Super Bowl in addition to beating Atlanta, they will use that all off season long as evidence they are the better team and our victory over them was a fluke. I think I might randomly start shooting Niner fans just to calm my nerves. Actually I might do that anyway.

    I hope Atlanta beats the Digits and leaves no doubt about it. Further I hope they go on to win the Super Bowl so at minimum we can say we only lost to the best team and nearly took them out in their house. Unfortunately I believe the Falcons spent all their energy getting by us and even if they have something left in the tank, we provided a very good blue print that second half of how to beat them. Hopefully the Niners suffer at least a little of that jet lag we did but unfortunately they won't have to play a 10:00am game. So it is unlikely.

    Ultimately the worst case scenario would be for the Niners to win it all. We need to catch up to them and win five of our own. we don't need them making that goal even harder and I honestly believe we are the better team right now and will be even better next year while they are declining.

    Justin Smith will be 34 year old at the beginning of next season. They play him 97% of all defensive snaps. He won't last much longer and even the odds of him remaining injury free next year are reduced with as much as Hairball plays him. As J Smith goes so does that Niner defense. So unless they get lucky and find a comparable replacement real soon and I doubt they will, they have already peaked and their decline will come anyway.
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  • Get your points Kearly, and some actually make sense, but if we are going to climb the mountain, we have to climb the mountain, not hope that others fall off.
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  • Hawknballs wrote:
    Keyhawk wrote:I want Atlanta to lose cause they knocked us out.



    this makes even less sense, almost.

    Don't you want the team that knocked you out to prove they were worthy of being a championship team?

    Youd rather have them show they were good enough to beat you but not good enough to get the job done?

    my list of who I want to win:

    1.) Ravens
    2.) Falcons
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    937.) Patriots
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    74,210.) 49ers


    You make some good points, and I'm OK with Atlanta beating the Niners. At the end of the day, the only team I dislike are the STEALers.
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  • kearly wrote:I've noticed that most people here are pulling for the Falcons next week. I'm rooting for the 49ers for a few reasons:

    #1: There is a well established trend of Superbowl winners declining the next season. Maybe it's purely psychological, I don't know. But teams tend to let down the next season after they win it. Even the exceptions (2011 Green Bay and 2008 Giants) had quick exits in the postseason.

    #2: There is an even more established trend of Superbowl losers declining the next season. An astonishingly high number of Superbowl losers missed the playoffs the next season.

    #3: They would have a slightly lower draft pick. You never know, sometimes a couple spots in the draft can a huge difference. I'm still getting over Cameron Jordan / James Carpenter in 2011. SF picked 30th last year and had a terrible draft.

    #4: It ratchets up the SF-SEA rivalry to a new high next season.

    #5: SF is representing our division. One way to get respect is if people respect the NFC West more.

    Sure, Harbaugh is a douche, but I don't really care who wins. I just want whatever situation benefits the Seahawks the most, and I think that SF winning does that. Anything, no matter how small, that helps Seattle's division chances next year is worth rooting for, I think.

    Anyway, I'm sure 90% of you will disagree, but those are my :twocents:


    Great topic and 100% agreed. Rivalries are one of the fun things about sports. Rivalries are better when both teams are as good as possible. Beating a Niners team that's on top of the world is practically the most satisfying thing ever.

    Just like anything in life, you have to endure some hardship and pain to get the best rewards. In the short term, it sucks to hear the Niner fans gloat. But the payoff, like 24 days ago on Sunday night, is so worth it. I want Seattle to be the only team that can beat SF and the team that does it consistently. Let's be their roadblock.
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  • [/quote] Anyway, I'm sure 90% of you will disagree, but those are my :twocents

    Great topic and 100% agreed. Rivalries are one of the fun things about sports. Rivalries are better when both teams are as good as possible. Beating a Niners team that's on top of the world is practically the most satisfying thing ever.

    Just like anything in life, you have to endure some hardship and pain to get the best rewards. In the short term, it sucks to hear the Niner fans gloat. But the payoff, like 24 days ago on Sunday night, is so worth it. I want Seattle to be the only team that can beat SF and the team that does it consistently. Let's be their roadblock. [/quote]

    I'd like us to win ours first while they are still looking to win one since 1995.

    5 to 1 sounds better than six to 1, coupled with the fact that they will have won ANOTHER while we haven't won our FIRST.
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  • I never compare rings because that's a losing battle and just not a dimension I care about. If I did care about it, it would really suck to be a fan of the Seahawks. I want to live in the now and exult in the glory of bringing the mighty low. That feeling a month ago just would NOT have been the same if the media wasn't all over SF like the bootlickers they are. Remember how it felt to be so high on Sunday and then dropped so low? Now imagine if that's SF, and the drop is because Russell Wilson has beaten them in 3 straight conference championships. To be that tantalizingly close to a dynasty but never get to taste it is the Hell I want for SF.
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  • Also, I've noticed that a lot of Niner fans really hate it when Seahawks fans don't mind them winning from here on out. They want to taunt and troll and think that I'm silently stewing. I don't feel like giving them the satisfaction.

    I don't root against them in the regular season, either, unless I have to because we've lost. I want to go 16-0 and have them go 14-2. And then beat them in the conference finals. That's my dream season.
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  • As my wife is a diehard fan of the 'Niners (since the 70's,............really?),..........

    ......I am forced to root for our (and Pete's) arch-enemies,............the Forty (friggin') Niners.

    Damn.
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  • Rooting for the 49ers, as if it somehow will benefit the seahawks. Worst Idea Ever.
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  • formido wrote:
    kearly wrote:I've noticed that most people here are pulling for the Falcons next week. I'm rooting for the 49ers for a few reasons:

    #1: There is a well established trend of Superbowl winners declining the next season. Maybe it's purely psychological, I don't know. But teams tend to let down the next season after they win it. Even the exceptions (2011 Green Bay and 2008 Giants) had quick exits in the postseason.

    #2: There is an even more established trend of Superbowl losers declining the next season. An astonishingly high number of Superbowl losers missed the playoffs the next season.

    #3: They would have a slightly lower draft pick. You never know, sometimes a couple spots in the draft can a huge difference. I'm still getting over Cameron Jordan / James Carpenter in 2011. SF picked 30th last year and had a terrible draft.

    #4: It ratchets up the SF-SEA rivalry to a new high next season.

    #5: SF is representing our division. One way to get respect is if people respect the NFC West more.

    Sure, Harbaugh is a douche, but I don't really care who wins. I just want whatever situation benefits the Seahawks the most, and I think that SF winning does that. Anything, no matter how small, that helps Seattle's division chances next year is worth rooting for, I think.

    Anyway, I'm sure 90% of you will disagree, but those are my :twocents:


    Great topic and 100% agreed. Rivalries are one of the fun things about sports. Rivalries are better when both teams are as good as possible. Beating a Niners team that's on top of the world is practically the most satisfying thing ever.

    Just like anything in life, you have to endure some hardship and pain to get the best rewards. In the short term, it sucks to hear the Niner fans gloat. But the payoff, like 24 days ago on Sunday night, is so worth it. I want Seattle to be the only team that can beat SF and the team that does it consistently. Let's be their roadblock.



    I'd like us to win ours first while they are still looking to win one since 1995.

    5 to 1 sounds better than six to 1, coupled with the fact that they will have won ANOTHER while we haven't won our FIRST.[/quote]
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    Tru2RedNGold25 wrote:Us as Niners fan have every right to rep Niners all day everyday when we have the hardware to back it up do can u guys say that???


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  • Only the last thing you've done counts. Even today, 42-13 wins a lot of arguments and

    Wilson: 1
    Kaep: 0

    ...head-to-head wins a lot of arguments. No matter what happens this year, when SF loses its first game to us next year, you're gonna be able to cut the angst in the Bay Area with a knife.
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  • I'm with the 99% here... I can't root for the 49ers no matter WHAT!

    I'm in the boat where if the team you lose to wins it all, then you lost to the best and you have nothing to be ashamed of.

    So, go Falcons!

    Honestly, the way I would love to see it play out, is to have the Falcons beat the 49ers based solely on terrible call after terrible call from the refs. I want people to be talking about that game as the second worst officiated game behind *XL. I would love to see all the 49ers fans pissed about the refs only because they gave us (and still give us) so much grief about our "whining" about the officials in *XL.

    I just want them to feel that complete and utter helplessness of watching your team get hosed over and over and have the game have nothing to do with how good your team is or how well they're playing... That is the HELL I want them to feel.
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  • 6 GOLDEN RINGS! Oh god please no. 49er fans (minus that Box guy) make my seasons long enough as they are. Another Lombardi for them to gloat about might cause me to have a mild heart attack.

    At the end of the year, I want to be able to say that we lost to the Super Bowl Champions. Not the runner up. Only they were capable of ending our season.
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  • formido wrote:Only the last thing you've done counts. Even today, 42-13 wins a lot of arguments and

    Wilson: 1
    Kaep: 0

    ...head-to-head wins a lot of arguments. No matter what happens this year, when SF loses its first game to us next year, you're gonna be able to cut the angst in the Bay Area with a knife.


    LOL, regular season is only for playoff seeding, if it makes you feel better that Carrol finally beat Harbaugh then more power to ya...Playoff wins are all that matters and winning the SB is the only goal.
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  • chawx wrote:I'm with the 99% here... I can't root for the 49ers no matter WHAT!

    I'm in the boat where if the team you lose to wins it all, then you lost to the best and you have nothing to be ashamed of.

    So, go Falcons!

    Honestly, the way I would love to see it play out, is to have the Falcons beat the 49ers based solely on terrible call after terrible call from the refs. I want people to be talking about that game as the second worst officiated game behind *XL. I would love to see all the 49ers fans pissed about the refs only because they gave us (and still give us) so much grief about our "whining" about the officials in *XL.

    I just want them to feel that complete and utter helplessness of watching your team get hosed over and over and have the game have nothing to do with how good your team is or how well they're playing... That is the HELL I want them to feel.


    Great post and point and I am 100% with you.
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  • Ninerguy wrote:
    LOL, regular season is only for playoff seeding, if it makes you feel better that Carrol finally beat Harbaugh then more power to ya...Playoff wins are all that matters and winning the SB is the only goal.
    see ya next season!


    Kearly, you wanna see more of this $#!@ all offseason? No thank you.
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  • Mistashoesta wrote:
    Ninerguy wrote:
    LOL, regular season is only for playoff seeding, if it makes you feel better that Carrol finally beat Harbaugh then more power to ya...Playoff wins are all that matters and winning the SB is the only goal.
    see ya next season!


    Kearly, you wanna see more of this $#!@ all offseason? No thank you.


    :13: except multiply it by 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
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  • Reasons to NOT root for the 9ers :49ersmall: :49ersmall: :49ersmall: :49ersmall:

    #1 Seeing images of Kaepernick kiss his own biceps
    #2 Hearing "who's got it better than us?"
    #3 9ers fan: "We won 5 SBs before I was even born...Therefore we are better than you!"
    #4 9ers fan: "Quest for 6 rings"
    #5 Harbarf makes me want to vomit


    Blowing them out was the best game of the season. They are lucky they are not facing us in the NFC championship.

    Bleeding blue and green, I don't know anyone can root for such a hated rival.
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  • Ninerguy wrote:
    formido wrote:Only the last thing you've done counts. Even today, 42-13 wins a lot of arguments and

    Wilson: 1
    Kaep: 0

    ...head-to-head wins a lot of arguments. No matter what happens this year, when SF loses its first game to us next year, you're gonna be able to cut the angst in the Bay Area with a knife.


    LOL, regular season is only for playoff seeding, if it makes you feel better that Carrol finally beat Harbaugh then more power to ya...Playoff wins are all that matters and winning the SB is the only goal.
    see ya next season!


    Your need to respond and nervous laughter tells me just how worried you are. :) Russell Wilson is better than Colin Kaepernick and that means your window is this season.
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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:I want anything that hastens the eventual Harbaugh explosion and having Kaepernick mess up in the NFC Championship game would make for a rather delightful post conference, don't you think?


    even if they did melt down the Falcons still aren't that good of a team, my honest opinion Seahawks and Niners are the 2 best teams out there right now.

    the Falcons on the other hand would get whooped on a regular basis by both those teams, same for the other 30 teams in the NFL, taken to the woodshed like a red headed step child caught skipping school...

    what the niners did to Green Bay should have been a big eye opener, not only are they ready, they're able..
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  • I tried to tell everyone how important the first Niner game was but few listened, even though it prolly didn't matter, home field and a week off may have been the perfect recipe? and maybe the extra rest may have had some brains functioning better?

    home field?

    let this off season be the focus of beating every single team in the division, TWICE
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  • BTW, hate to be a fuddy duddy, but this seems more like an NFL Forum Post. Though it tries to tie back to Seahawks interest if really is just a 9ers fan magnet and I see no reason to have to read 9ers posts in the main forum. The OP knows this but he tends not to like posting in the outlands because he likes for all to review his take. All I ask is that we be fair to those of us that really could do without the 9ers beehive this was intended to stir.

    EDIT: And for the record. No way in hell do I want the 9ers to win the Superbowl or this coming weekend. I don't want to catch them while they were sleeping off a victory party. Catch them hungry. If you believe Pete's mantra of competition, you would want the team beating its opponents at their best.
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  • :tomato: :tomato: :tomato: :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown:

    Think the 9er fans are bad now? :pukeface:

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  • I have a feeling the SB this year will pit the two Harbaugh brothers against one another.
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  • I am pulling for the Niners.. Sort of. Of one team has to win, I figure it might as well be them.

    Yeah, most of their fans are atrocious, but they are like the perpetual rival that makes you better. I like the players on their team and while Harbaugh is a Dyna-Douche, if Carroll wasn't the coach here, I wouldn't mind him at all at the reigns.

    It is like I want the league to take notice of what we have going on out here. The NFCW has been the laughing stock for years.. Even after the NFCC choke by SF last year. The way I see it, if you can compete in this division, you can compete anywhere. I expected the Niners to be right where they are, but I did not expect the Hawks to do so well in RW's first season.

    There are many teams with a "window", the Hawks is just opening and the way things are built, it won't be closing for a long time, I just don't get the feeling that last week was our last chance, but more like a coming out party.

    It is going to be fun this offseason, that is for sure.
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  • I could never root for the whiners, because of their douchbag coach and douchbag fans.
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  • Not in my lifetime will I ever root, pull for or otherwise support any 49ers team to win in the playoffs. Now if by them beating a team in the regular season at some point benefits the Seahawks, then I'll simply hope the other team loses....
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