49ers at Seahawks (12-23-12) full game on Youtube

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  • I'm sure the 49ers fans will make sure to watch this.
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  • Perhaps, there players will post it on their "Bulletin Board" for incentive for next year?
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  • I can't wipe the smile off my face knowing what's going to happen and remembering Kaepernick's face on the sideline.
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  • Ownership. We beat their ass inside out.
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  • Thanks for the post. This is great and the quality is awesome!
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  • Forgot about that beast hit by Kam on Davis. 0:33:25
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  • I just saw this on youtube today... i watched it on my 50'' TV, had a bucket of popcorn, a rum-n-coke, and my #3 jersey on and enjoyed the whoopin' for 2 hours!

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  • Thank you. :salute:
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  • Fun part is, next year's team is going to be better. Way better.
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  • This game is beautiful.
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  • I need to download all of these as soon as possible. I'm surprised they are allowed up on youtube haha.
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  • I downloaded a torrent a day or two after the game and have watched it in 1080p glory on the 50" at least 30 times!
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  • Dang, on that first Lynch TD Sweezy cut blocked the crap out of Willis, put him down quick.
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  • Damn!

    I just got home from work and it's 3:54 out here. I have to be at work for a double tomorrow morning at 10, which means I've got to wake up at 9. Do I take the plunge and watch this now and forfeit any chance of having a productive day at work tomorrow? Or do I get some sleep and become a more pleasant person to work with and be around tomorrow...

    Seahawks it is.
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  • NYCoug wrote:Damn!

    I just got home from work and it's 3:54 out here. I have to be at work for a double tomorrow morning at 10, which means I've got to wake up at 9. Do I take the plunge and watch this now and forfeit any chance of having a productive day at work tomorrow? Or do I get some sleep and become a more pleasant person to work with and be around tomorrow...

    Seahawks it is.


    You watch it, stop by 7-11 and buy two 5-hour Energy bottles and a giant cup of coffee, or bottle of Mountain Dew, or whatever will help wake you up, and be productive; then sleep like a champ tomorrow night.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    NYCoug wrote:Damn!

    I just got home from work and it's 3:54 out here. I have to be at work for a double tomorrow morning at 10, which means I've got to wake up at 9. Do I take the plunge and watch this now and forfeit any chance of having a productive day at work tomorrow? Or do I get some sleep and become a more pleasant person to work with and be around tomorrow...

    Seahawks it is.


    You watch it, stop by 7-11 and buy two 5-hour Energy bottles and a giant cup of coffee, or bottle of Mountain Dew, or whatever will help wake you up, and be productive; then sleep like a champ tomorrow night.


    I feel like Russell Wilson having just listened to Darrell Bevell relay the play through the headset.

    Got it. Break!

    *There's actually a 7-11 5 blocks from my house. That's definitely happening tomorrow morning*
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  • Thanks for the post.
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    You win.
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  • NYCoug wrote:*There's actually a 7-11 5 blocks from my house. That's definitely happening tomorrow morning*


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  • :) been looking for this, I missed the first 2 scores cuz I was curbed.
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  • I saw this the other day! First thing I did was put it on my iPhone in case it got deleted from youtube...lol
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  • The Outfield wrote:Forgot about that beast hit by Kam on Davis. 0:33:25


    Such a terrible call. But the refs have to "err on the side of safety"...what a great system. We should let cops "err on the side of safety" and lock people up without any hard evidence too since it works so well.
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  • Kam and KJ kinda went bananas in that game.

    And I'm still failing to see why people are down on McCoy, dude does a lot things for this team. He'll probably never be great or a Pro Bowl caliber guy, but I like what he brings and as the #2 guy, I think that's fine.
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  • Throwdown wrote:And I'm still failing to see why people are down on McCoy, dude does a lot things for this team. He'll probably never be great or a Pro Bowl caliber guy, but I like what he brings and as the #2 guy, I think that's fine.


    Yea, for a guy who's 40 time is probably about like Max Unger's 40 time, lol

    He sure does get open a lot.
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  • I still have that game (and other victories) on My DVR.

    Still have the Cowboys, the Packers, the Bears, NE and the Atlanta playoff game as well.

    Re-watched the SF game in the last three weeks. What a game!!
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  • Being at that game was so great even though we got rained on pretty good. I just loved sticking it to the Niners like that and watching Kaepernick unravel they way he did. Man... if only we could've held ATL we would've beaten SF and went to the Bowl, but hey... this year is going to be so freakin' great!!
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  • Ninnies fans need to go back and watch this curbstomping, as it will educate them on the things to come. FWIW SF average only 13 points per game against Seattle last year, and that was with Gus "softzone" Bradley as D-Coord......
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  • Thanks Kearly Seattle destroyed SF in that game.
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  • I was up till 230 am watching this game last night with a permagrin on my face. This morning, not so much. My wife caught me grinning on our way home from my daughters gymnastics and asked what i was smiling about. I sounded like Beavis as i replied, "We are going to OWN the Niners next year."

    This game a pure and unadultarated shellacking. Pure joy to re-watch it.

    And yes, KJ had a great game. He is one of my favorites on defense as he is so smart, nasty, and sound in technique.
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  • The Outfield wrote:I'm sure the 49ers fans will make sure to watch this.

    You should be a stand up dude, and go over to their fan board & leave a link for them,,It's The Right Thing To Do.
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  • I love the face Carlos Rogers kept making after Wilson would do something spectacular
    The camera kept zooming in on his face hahahaha
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  • I still have this game, as well as the Patriots and the Cardinals shellacking for some comedy relief on my DVR. They will stay there until next season gets under way for when I need a Seahawks off-season fix. My fave from the 9ers game is the blocked field goal taken to the house by Sherman. Al Michaels going "And this place would register on a seismograph right now!". That was awesome... especially since it happened 2 plays after that lame-ass penalty on Kam. I've probably watched that game 15 times since. Pure Seahawks joy! I remember reading the 9ers boards afterwards. "I don't remember ever feeling this embarassed over our 49ers!". ahhhhhhhh..... :D
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  • Just finished watching this again...There is so much to love but one thing of many that stood out was how CLUTCH Doug Baldwin was! Incredible concentration and focus.
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  • Thanks for posting that, what a great way to finish my night. Total woopin!
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  • Have watched this game a dozen times.

    Favorite play? Wilson drops his mouthpiece barking signals, Catches it without taking his eyes off the D, puts it back in without missing a command, snaps the ball with a microsecond on the clock, and throws a touchdown.

    Cool as the other side of the pillow.

    Contrast that with Probiscus melting down for three hours. Singing "blame it on the rain" in his sad little alone space on the sideline.
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  • any other games???
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  • seahawkfanwpg wrote:I saw this the other day! First thing I did was put it on my iPhone in case it got deleted from youtube...lol

    how do you even go about doing that? lol
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  • scutterhawk wrote:
    The Outfield wrote:I'm sure the 49ers fans will make sure to watch this.

    You should be a stand up dude, and go over to their fan board & leave a link for them,,It's The Right Thing To Do.

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  • Poor Mario Manningham. He'll start out on the PUP next year. The Niners have Crabtree and Davis, but beyond that, they better hope that Jenkins shows significant improvement.

    I feel like the unfair penalty on Kam for ruining Vernon Davis kinda led to that Manningham injury, as Hill made sure to go low enough not to even look like he was hitting Manningham's helmet on that follow-up hit, and that led to that gruesome knee injury. I'm probably creating something of a cause-and-effect fallacy here, as I can't be in Hill's brain or know what he is thinking in a split-second, but that is how I feel.
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  • Scottemojo wrote:Have watched this game a dozen times.

    Favorite play? Wilson drops his mouthpiece barking signals, Catches it without taking his eyes off the D, puts it back in without missing a command, snaps the ball with a microsecond on the clock, and throws a touchdown.

    Cool as the other side of the pillow.

    Contrast that with Probiscus melting down for three hours. Singing "blame it on the rain" in his sad little alone space on the sideline.


    :D I just choked on a piece of bacon reading this... I think you meant Proboscis, but the point is made.
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  • Sports Hernia wrote:Ninnies fans need to go back and watch this curbstomping, as it will educate them on the things to come. FWIW SF average only 13 points per game against Seattle last year, and that was with Gus "softzone" Bradley as D-Coord......



    I hope you are right SH, I REALLY HOPE YOU ARE RIGHT, but dang.. I would be pretty surprised if the next two Niner/Seahawk games were anything but curbstompings.

    I still hope you are right as right can get.
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  • Have faith brother Loaf, bow down and pray to the 12th man flag and say 3 Russell Wilson's and it will happen!

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  • At last it has been removed. Damn... My family is chock full of 49ers fans, too. This has been a rivalry for me since Seattle joined the NFCW.
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  • ParisPC07 wrote:At last it has been removed. Damn... My family is chock full of 49ers fans, too. This has been a rivalry for me since Seattle joined the NFCW.

    It looks like the rivalry will be a good one for years to come.

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