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    T-Sizzle wrote:Gonna end up with RGIII KTFO.....again.


    Except for the fact that RG3 got "knocked the **** out" by his own field, untouched by any Seahawk.


    Which doesn't negate the fact that he was still, KTFO regardless of how it was done.
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  • I think there's a basic misunderstanding here of what "knocked out" means; but, whatevs.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:I think there's a basic misunderstanding here of what "knocked out" means; but, whatevs.


    Objectively or subjectively? :stirthepot:

    Sorry man, couldn't resist. I realize it isn't the literal meaning of him losing consciousness, but more so that he was taken out of the game due to an injury.
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  • I wasn't referring to the being knocked unconscious part. Saying someone was knocked out of a game can just mean from any sort of general injury, but it specifically implies that someone else did the action to him to cause it. He wasn't knocked out by a Jedi utilizing the Force, he planted at a bad angle on a terrible field and took himself out of the game. ;)
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:I wasn't referring to the being knocked unconscious part. Saying someone was knocked out of a game can just mean from any sort of general injury, but it specifically implies that someone else did the action to him to cause it. He wasn't knocked out by a Jedi utilizing the Force, he planted at a bad angle on a terrible field and took himself out of the game. ;)


    I disagree, the turf monster is real, and it's home base is FedEx field.
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  • This has to be the most jinxed expectation ever. With the kind of talk I'm constantly hearing, I figure its best to put my money on Hawks missing the playoffs... ;)
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  • TwilightError wrote:This has to be the most jinxed expectation ever. With the kind of talk I'm constantly hearing, I figure its best to put my money on Hawks missing the playoffs... ;)

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  • The Broncos-Seahawks match-up is a pretty fair bet. It was last year, too, based on odds. Hardly a stretch to say it could easily happen. And an NFC Championship game of SF at SEA would indeed be epic. The only thing I can think of that has come close is the old SF-DAL NFC Championship match-ups, and those didn't pit hated division rivals against each other. Man, that would be awesome.
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  • I am in the minority that believes Baltimore will be better this year than they were in the last. And one should never discount Brady and his Pats. I don't feel either team vastly improved their (off season) stock the way we did, but Brady has done more with less and I definitely feel there was a method to (what some believed) Harbaugh's madness.

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  • Seahawk Sailor wrote:The Broncos-Seahawks match-up is a pretty fair bet. It was last year, too, based on odds. Hardly a stretch to say it could easily happen. And an NFC Championship game of SEA at SF would indeed be epic. The only thing I can think of that has come close is the old SF-DAL NFC Championship match-ups, and those didn't pit hated division rivals against each other. Man, that would be awesome.


    Fixed it for ya. Since for the sake of competition we would want a fair fight, and not one that WOULD be swayed due to stadium design. :th2thumbs:
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  • NinerLifer wrote:
    Seahawk Sailor wrote:The Broncos-Seahawks match-up is a pretty fair bet. It was last year, too, based on odds. Hardly a stretch to say it could easily happen. And an NFC Championship game of SEA at SF would indeed be epic. The only thing I can think of that has come close is the old SF-DAL NFC Championship match-ups, and those didn't pit hated division rivals against each other. Man, that would be awesome.


    Fixed it for ya. Since for the sake of competition we would want a fair fight, and not one that WOULD be swayed due to stadium design.

    You could have done the same, just sayin'.
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  • NinerLifer wrote:Fixed it for ya. Since for the sake of competition we would want a fair fight, and not one that WOULD be swayed due to stadium design. :th2thumbs:


    Nobody ever brings up the fact that domes reflect more noise than the rain protector overhangs do at our place, and we're still the loudest. I know it must suck having your rival be the loudest fan base in professional sports, but deal with it.

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    Seahawk Sailor wrote:The Broncos-Seahawks match-up is a pretty fair bet. It was last year, too, based on odds. Hardly a stretch to say it could easily happen. And an NFC Championship game of SEA at SF would indeed be epic. The only thing I can think of that has come close is the old SF-DAL NFC Championship match-ups, and those didn't pit hated division rivals against each other. Man, that would be awesome.


    Fixed it for ya. Since for the sake of competition we would want a fair fight, and not one that WOULD be swayed due to stadium design.

    You could have done the same, just sayin'.


    If I was the designer, you better believe that crowd noise maximizing qualities would have definitely been worked in.
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  • NinerLifer wrote:
    Seahawk Sailor wrote:The Broncos-Seahawks match-up is a pretty fair bet. It was last year, too, based on odds. Hardly a stretch to say it could easily happen. And an NFC Championship game of SEA at SF would indeed be epic. The only thing I can think of that has come close is the old SF-DAL NFC Championship match-ups, and those didn't pit hated division rivals against each other. Man, that would be awesome.


    Fixed it for ya. Since for the sake of competition we would want a fair fight, and not one that WOULD be swayed due to stadium design. :th2thumbs:


    :laugh: Yea, that'd be epic too. Wouldn't have quite the impact without the announcers mentioning every five minutes how astonished they are at the noise, but that would probably be offset by the impact of a tough road win.
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  • If I had to make a bet right now, with my life savings on who would be the next Super Bowl teams, it would be very difficult for me to choose between SF and SEA from the NFC against the Broncos.

    I think the Broncos will be better than the Pats. I think Pey-Pey will probably go on a tear in whatvis likely to be one of his last chances to win another one.

    The SEA/SF pick is just too close, but I would have to slightly lean to SF and I mean slightly. As the 5 seed? I doubt SEA makes it, as the 1 or 2 in the NFC I would make the Hawks pick without a doubt.

    The Niners do have a seemingly easier road schedule and that is the only real concern. That said, I think that SEA wins one of the road games against either the Texans or NYG.
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    peachesenregalia wrote:LOL, us over the Skins again in the Wild card round


    And we know how that would turn out, since the Skins are our post-season b*tches!


    Gonna end up with RGIII KTFO.....again.


    I hope not. I don't want The skins fans to have any excuses after their team loses again.

    I am so done with the days when we had to hope the other team had injuries and bad luck just to have a shot at winning games.

    We have a team that can go into a big game against any team, fully healthy or not, and win.
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  • Well you guys suprised alot of us here at NFL.com taking the Seahawks over the Niners?

    Why is NFL.com pimping the Niners so heavily?

    I picked Seattle as well, the reason? Matchups.

    WTH? Not that Seattle is the better team. Oh no in fact he was all about he believes the Niners are the best team in the league but Seattle will only beat them because of match ups.

    Add stuff like this to the NFL power rankings (which only consisted on one person? Not really a poll NFL.com) and ranking the Niners #1. Don't get me wrong, I don't have a problem with the actual ranking. I am fine if someone has that opinion but to call it a power poll or power ranking when it is nothing more than an opinion stinks of trying to color up that opinion to make it sound more valid.

    Then throw in the schedule with the Niners in back to back years getting flexed out of any 10am game that could be a challenge and sticking Seattle with every single tough road opponent at 10am including a Frikken playoff game and this all smells to much like the NFL has an agenda. Lets not forget that Mike Carey s crew (almost typed screw) was slotted to officiate the super bowl. There is no way in hell that that crew is close to the best in the NFL but they do have a track record for screwing over the Seahawks.

    I'm sure some will call me paranoid but I have yet to see the NFL do anything that resemble fair play or respect towards the Seahawks and at every turn they are propping up the Niners and seemingly assisting them.
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  • Myseriously, since it began the 'predict the season' has been on the top of the NFL.com front page but suddenly disappeared over the weekend.

    I guess they saw who was leading the poll and decided to shelve it.
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  • Hawknballs wrote:Myseriously, since it began the 'predict the season' has been on the top of the NFL.com front page but suddenly disappeared over the weekend.

    I guess they saw who was leading the poll and decided to shelve it.


    Yeah I noticed no video recap also, just congrats Seahawks. Seemed odd they didn't do a recap video and made me wonder if it had been the Niners (that they were pimping even in the Bronco's Seahawks match up) that they would have put together a video.

    Is anyone else noting how NFL.com and the NFL in general seem to really be pushing the Niners at every chance? Just look at the schedule this year and last. They seem to be trying their best to help them in any way they can. Or maybe they just don't like Seattle. I don't know.

    Did anyone else notice that the NFL assigned Mike Carey to officiate the super bowl? Considering his track record of screwing over the Seahawks in every single game he has officiated the last decade and the fact his crew is no where near the best in football. It made me wonder if there was a plan in place should the Seahawks make the super bowl.

    I know some will say it's paranoia but I just can't help but notice all these coincidences.
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    Well, expectations could not be higher. Good thing we have just the personnel to make it so!
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  • That's it...just engrave the trophy now! :P
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  • It's too easy for us all to get ahead of ourselves with enthusiasm.

    There is a reason why they 'play' the games.

    Being awarded the SB is far different from actually winning it.
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  • jammerhawk wrote:It's too easy for us all to get ahead of ourselves with enthusiasm.

    There is a reason why they 'play' the games.

    Being awarded the SB is far different from actually winning it.

    Totally agree but it sure is fun to be included in these silly things.
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  • KCHawkGirl wrote:
    jammerhawk wrote:It's too easy for us all to get ahead of ourselves with enthusiasm.

    There is a reason why they 'play' the games.

    Being awarded the SB is far different from actually winning it.

    Totally agree but it sure is fun to be included in these silly things.



    Yeah it's just for fun, I certainly hope no one is taking any of this seriously? What is striking is how different the perspective was about Seattle a year ago vs. today and that is worth recognizing.
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  • Hawknballs wrote:
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    jammerhawk wrote:It's too easy for us all to get ahead of ourselves with enthusiasm.

    There is a reason why they 'play' the games.

    Being awarded the SB is far different from actually winning it.

    Totally agree but it sure is fun to be included in these silly things.



    Yeah it's just for fun, I certainly hope no one is taking any of this seriously? What is striking is how different the perspective was about Seattle a year ago vs. today and that is worth recognizing.

    It's great, but as they say it's coming up on "put up or shut up" time very fast. 8)
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  • Well it's better than listening to Niner fans blab on and on. If anything it keeps those dolts a little in check. The last couple years have been pretty unbearable.

    I honestly didn't think anyone could unseat my hatred for Pittsburgh fans. Congratulations Niner fans. Your all tools.
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  • RichNhansom wrote:Well it's better than listening to Niner fans blab on and on. If anything it keeps those dolts a little in check. The last couple years have been pretty unbearable.

    I honestly didn't think anyone could unseat my hatred for Pittsburgh fans. Congratulations Niner fans. Your all tools.

    I think it's quite funny that over on the 49webzone they have a whole thread about talking down the Seahawks and a thread which is supposed to be about other team site's that's made up entirely of whatever we are talking about here and at SeahawkBlue. Which they commence to fling poo at like a bunch of monkees. 2 stickied threads each repeating themselves.
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  • Go easy on Niner fans they had to sit through a decade of us owning them to have a couple of years for themselves.
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  • Hawknballs wrote:Go easy on Niner fans they had to sit through a decade of us owning them to have a couple of years for themselves.

    I am going easy on them! :mrgreen:
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  • NinerLifer wrote:
    Seahawk Sailor wrote:The Broncos-Seahawks match-up is a pretty fair bet. It was last year, too, based on odds. Hardly a stretch to say it could easily happen. And an NFC Championship game of SEA at SF would indeed be epic. The only thing I can think of that has come close is the old SF-DAL NFC Championship match-ups, and those didn't pit hated division rivals against each other. Man, that would be awesome.


    Fixed it for ya. Since for the sake of competition we would want a fair fight, and not one that WOULD be swayed due to stadium design. :th2thumbs:


    You're just jealous cause your team plays in a swamp, and your fans aren't the 12th man. :49ersmall:
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