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    loafoftatupu wrote:It's no great prognostication to say the Hawks don't win the 2014 title. It is difficult to do for anyone, but with the consistency of the roster and staff it should be easier to win it for the Hawks than a team that hasn't proven they can do it.

    Talking about losing players? Who didn't lose players? What is important to note is that every area hit by the loss of a player is a position that can absorb it. The D line uses a rotation and a spot was back filled with talent, Thurmond and Browner? The Hawks already played a bunch of games without those guys. Same goes for Giaco and McQ. The only real concern I have is the change a PR. Losing Tate at WR isn't a problem to me, losing Tate the PR could be, but as long as the replacement isn't dropping kicks, the loss can be mitigated.

    It isn't like the Ravens, who relied on a large number of expensive, veteran players or the Giants who consistently scraped into the playoffs and got Eli on his best for Playoff runs. The Hawks are not erratic, they have been a tough out since 2011.

    The schedule? Not much different than the 49ers. The two games that are different are comparable. Would you rather play the Panthers or the Saints? Bears or Packers at home?

    Whatever happens to the Hawks, they will remain in the conversation of a title until the core of the team cannot play well. Obviously this is a big deal to Niner fans because it has been a "us or them" thing. Just like the Niners are a big deal to us.


    I think the loss of players has much more to do with big game showdowns in the playoffs than the ability to win 10-13 games in the regular season. Anyone who suggests that the Seahawks will become an 8 win team because of these losses is silly. But it could be the tipping point in games that are decided with 1 possession late.

    The Niners have been here before with the Cowboys in the '90s. '92 the 49ers were outmatched in the trenches by Dallas, but had a bit more firepower to hide the real issues. '93 it came out more, and in the playoffs it was ugly, esp. on defense.

    So the resolve in the '94 offseason was to admit the 49ers had some real issues and they would have to address them in free agency. They systematically hit all the areas of weakness and became world champions (barely).

    Now I was addressing 49er additions, and not so much Cowboy subtractions. But you can look at it in similar ways if Seattle loses certain key guys that caused problems for SF -- particularly Red Bryant on defense, and Golden Tate on offense/special teams.

    I've always expressed a bigger concern for the Seattle run defense more than the pass defense, as a 49er ground game that puts down 4.0+ YPC is a very tough team to beat. So if I could weaken the Seattle run defense further in the front 7 at the expense of you guys retaining Browner or Thurmond, I'd be for it.

    As far as Tate is concerned he was an issue. I forget at what point of the NFCC it was when the Niners got a big score and Tate had a big return immediately after. I remember seeing similar breaking points against the Giants with David Wilson and Jacoby Jones with Baltimore.

    I know Seahawks fans will spin it the other way, but I like the loss of Bryant and Tate going forward for critical matchups against the 49ers.

    Meanwhile SF bolsters their WR corps, and appears to improve their running game. It very much feels like the '94 offseason where we're admitting we have to be more aggressive towards our rival.

    As far as the schedule is concerned, I do feel the 49ers have a more favorable schedule as far as opponents and locations of games. Green Bay is clearly better than Chicago (or more consistently good in big games), and the Saints in their stadium is still a team that needs to be respected (we've yet to see these Seahawks play there yet). I think they still were a better home team than the Panthers were.

    I like having the Chargers and Chiefs in Santa Clara while you get Denver and Oakland at home. You "waste" a home game versus Oakland, and possibly another against Denver. If SF beats Denver and Oakland on the road, they have it easier against the other two at home.

    Looking at it historically, it's hard and pretty rare to go 4-0 against an intraconference division. Yes, Denver is the best team in that division but that only means over the course of a season not any one particular game. We're also assuming these teams stay the same from last year.

    As far as the NFC East, SF goes to Dallas and to NYG, host Philly and Washington; you get the opposite. If we assume these teams stay the same from a year ago, I like that. The former two teams hardly have any home field advantage, and the Niners are assured warm weather games against the other two teams.

    When I look at the Seahawks schedule overall, I see that they host a lot of very good teams. Depending on how you look at it, you can see that as a pro/con. Pro in that it gives the Seahawks a better chance to win, but Con in that the home schedule is noticeably tougher than last year's.

    Can Seattle keep going 7-1 or 8-0 at home each year, while keeping up a 6-2 road record. That will be tough.

    It's all about winning the NFC West for supremacy of the NFC IMHO. Based on the offseason transactions and schedule this year (and a little bit of homerism), I like SF.

    I will admit that the secondary is a big question mark, and will continue to be until they prove themselves.


    That big return was Baldwin, not Tate. Like the niners all you want and enjoy the freefall with them.
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  • I don't think the Niners will experience a free fall, but they could experience a little regression early in the season. The spots on defense where players with less experience and zero Niner experience will be getting it during that early part of the season.

    However many games Smith misses will be amplified by Bowman being out. This is the strength of the Niners D and it has provided protection to the secondary the last few years. With the secondary being what it looks to be those losses up front will show some impact. I have seen Niner comments from their fans that state the replacements are not that much of a dropoff. For Bowman and Smith? I see a big dropoff for what those two are capable of. I do believe that any defensive regression will create a situation where the offense tries to compensate by scoring more points. We can be assured that the QB has the load on his shoulders there.

    It might not amount to much, but in this division every game counts. You only need to look at the last 2 seasons, the division over the that period is separated by a total of 1.5 games. It does matter.
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  • loafoftatupu wrote:I don't think the Niners will experience a free fall, but they could experience a little regression early in the season. The spots on defense where players with less experience and zero Niner experience will be getting it during that early part of the season.

    However many games Smith misses will be amplified by Bowman being out. This is the strength of the Niners D and it has provided protection to the secondary the last few years. With the secondary being what it looks to be those losses up front will show some impact. I have seen Niner comments from their fans that state the replacements are not that much of a dropoff. For Bowman and Smith? I see a big dropoff for what those two are capable of. I do believe that any defensive regression will create a situation where the offense tries to compensate by scoring more points. We can be assured that the QB has the load on his shoulders there.

    It might not amount to much, but in this division every game counts. You only need to look at the last 2 seasons, the division over the that period is separated by a total of 1.5 games. It does matter.



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  • loafoftatupu wrote:I don't think the Niners will experience a free fall, but they could experience a little regression early in the season. The spots on defense where players with less experience and zero Niner experience will be getting it during that early part of the season.

    However many games Smith misses will be amplified by Bowman being out. This is the strength of the Niners D and it has provided protection to the secondary the last few years. With the secondary being what it looks to be those losses up front will show some impact. I have seen Niner comments from their fans that state the replacements are not that much of a dropoff. For Bowman and Smith? I see a big dropoff for what those two are capable of. I do believe that any defensive regression will create a situation where the offense tries to compensate by scoring more points. We can be assured that the QB has the load on his shoulders there.

    It might not amount to much, but in this division every game counts. You only need to look at the last 2 seasons, the division over the that period is separated by a total of 1.5 games. It does matter.


    There schedule is favorable for them through the early stages though. They play all non playoff teams on the road until week 7 and a bye week right after that. The NFL didn't do us any favors this year with the way they set up the schedules of both teams. It should be obvious that Niners will have some struggles early on the year without Bowman and that secondary trying to get comfortable. By the end of the season they should be coming into their own and its possible Aldon's suspension will be behind them as well as Bowman being back on the field.

    Looking at the scheduling the last couple years you could make a pretty good argument the NFL is trying to give the Niners an assist with 5 early games vs 2 last year and now this year padding their schedule to get them through the bumps of new players and players missing time. Not to mention having us play them in Santa Clara on another Thursday night game. Hope they don't change calls again to prevent what would have been a clear turn over like the challenge last year.
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  • RichNhansom wrote:...........Looking at the scheduling the last couple years you could make a pretty good argument the NFL is trying to give the Niners an assist with 5 early games vs 2 last year and now this year padding their schedule to get them through the bumps of new players and players missing time. Not to mention having us play them in Santa Clara on another Thursday night game.....

    And keep in mind this is our third year in a row having to go ON THE ROAD for our Thursday night game, a definite disadvantage for the Hawks. Also remember the NFL decided to not give us any prime time home games outside of the opener which they basically had no choice in.

    Yeah, they are doing everything in their power to make it as difficult on the Hawks as possible via scheduling. Makes the most recent championship all the sweeter and will make the next one just as sweet.

    Oh, and one more comment about the NFL's very obvious scheduling attempts to put the hurt on Seattle.............screw you Rog!!
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  • hawksfansinceday1 wrote:
    RichNhansom wrote:...........Looking at the scheduling the last couple years you could make a pretty good argument the NFL is trying to give the Niners an assist with 5 early games vs 2 last year and now this year padding their schedule to get them through the bumps of new players and players missing time. Not to mention having us play them in Santa Clara on another Thursday night game.....

    And keep in mind this is our third year in a row having to go ON THE ROAD for our Thursday night game, a definite disadvantage for the Hawks. Also remember the NFL decided to not give us any prime time home games outside of the opener which they basically had no choice in.

    Yeah, they are doing everything in their power to make it as difficult on the Hawks as possible via scheduling. Makes the most recent championship all the sweeter and will make the next one just as sweet.

    Oh, and one more comment about the NFL's very obvious scheduling attempts to put the hurt on Seattle.............screw you Rog!!

    Good points but...... Scheduling isn't going to matter just like it didn't much last year (see 5 Eastcoast early games) the Hawks are an unstoppable force! But yeah, Rog and his henchman can kiss the Hawks, uh hem, Super Bowl ring!
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  • The scheduling becomes less and less of an issue as this team grows. Every year under Carroll the Hawks have improved in those situations deemed tough by the road. First year awful, second year they started competing, third year they lost some close ones but won their last 3 road games including early start games and last year they flat out handled their road games, winning a couple tight ones.

    Even against SF on the road the game has been better each year with the Hawks having a late lead in SF until losing by 2 points in a game that was actually going well. The Hawks are just so young and they will carry that fight with them. They get tough wins against tough teams and dominate the ones that aren't so good. Laying waste to Atlanta, NYG (Whom they have handled twice on the road in their last 2 visits) and taking it to AZ on the short week.

    The Hawks are simply better than most teams and even when they aren't playing a great game they still get the job done. As they become more consistent on offense they will continue to perform at a winning level regardless of opponent. Yes, the NFL and TV took the Clink out of prime time for obvious reasons, but the Hawks love nationally televised games and seem to step it up even more in those events. You can hear in the commentary, they just can't believe what they see sometimes.
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  • I really like how the league has scheduled the games to eliminate appearences by the 12th man, when was the last time the Super Bowl Champs were given such light exposure. If it was the Cowboys they would be on 6 or more times, most at home to show off Jerrys house.

    Maybe some Flex scheduling will happen, although maybe we will have less distractions with fewer games being on National TV at home.

    49ers should get some good publicity with their new home, focus will be down there creating some added problems since there will be a whole bunch of adjustments to new gigs.

    Being Champs and kept under the radar and people betting we can't get even a winning record in may places this coming year I hope is a motivation.
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  • chris98251 wrote:I really like how the league has scheduled the games to eliminate appearences by the 12th man, when was the last time the Super Bowl Champs were given such light exposure. If it was the Cowboys they would be on 6 or more times, most at home to show off Jerrys house.

    Maybe some Flex scheduling will happen, although maybe we will have less distractions with fewer games being on National TV at home.

    49ers should get some good publicity with their new home, focus will be down there creating some added problems since there will be a whole bunch of adjustments to new gigs.

    Being Champs and kept under the radar and people betting we can't get even a winning record in may places this coming year I hope is a motivation.

    Doing what you described is absolutely the WORST thing that Rog and his henchmen could have done to the rest of the NFL, and BEST thing they could have done for Seattle. Keep giving the Hawks players more ammo for the huge chips on their shoulders is a HUGE mistake. Seattle will have prime time games in the playoffs and Super Bowl. What might actually scare me is if the NFL started embracing Seattle, thus possibly losing their "edge".
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  • hawksfansinceday1 wrote:
    RichNhansom wrote:...........Looking at the scheduling the last couple years you could make a pretty good argument the NFL is trying to give the Niners an assist with 5 early games vs 2 last year and now this year padding their schedule to get them through the bumps of new players and players missing time. Not to mention having us play them in Santa Clara on another Thursday night game.....

    And keep in mind this is our third year in a row having to go ON THE ROAD for our Thursday night game, a definite disadvantage for the Hawks. Also remember the NFL decided to not give us any prime time home games outside of the opener which they basically had no choice in.

    Yeah, they are doing everything in their power to make it as difficult on the Hawks as possible via scheduling. Makes the most recent championship all the sweeter and will make the next one just as sweet.

    Oh, and one more comment about the NFL's very obvious scheduling attempts to put the hurt on Seattle.............screw you Rog!!


    I don't think we played there on Thursday night last year but I am going by memory. They did make a game changing call though that prevented us from winning that game and it is not even debatable. Even on the Niners game day forum when it happened several acknowledged that call as a bad call and it cost us a turn over on a drive that they scored a field goal in a game they eventually won by 2 points. They won't admit it now because they know the ramifications of the call but at the time when it happened it was obvious even to Niner fans.

    I do believe they are trying to increase our difficulty but not because they hate us but because they see a potential power house that could possibly run the table, including sweeping the Niners and that would ultimately cost the NFL big bucks. The Niner Seattle rivalry right now is the hottest in football and the most profitable due to ease of marketing. If Seattle leaves the Niners in the dust that rivalry goes away and that would again cost the NFL big money.

    If you read the different super bowl threads from other forums you see a lot of complaining that it was one of the worst super bowls and boring because it was obvious their was no competition. Imagine if any team did that week in and week out all the way through the season. People would stop watching. It's in the NFL's best interest to try and keep the teams as close as possible or at least give the image that they are so people stay tuned in. Seattle right now is that team and as long as the NFL wants parody they will continue to increase the difficulty in any way they can to save face. If you understand this and believe it then is also makes our accomplishments that much more impressive.
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  • Giedi wrote:
    Not hypocrisy, just good behavior. Afterall this board is for all the Seattle Fans. There is some good info on these boards and I learn a lot by just reading a lot of knowledgeable Seattle fans posting about their teams. Loafo is a good role model, he is well behaved on the 49er boards. Nobody there has really ever had a problem with him from my personal point of knowledge. Now every board is different, and you just have to take each board as they are. Nothing much you can do about that.


    This assclown continues to show his true colours:

    They will get their comeuppance. Just as they eventually found out about what Cheat was doing at USC, seadderall players can only do so much PED's before their bodies burn out from overuse of the drugs!

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  • chris98251 wrote:I really like how the league has scheduled the games to eliminate appearences by the 12th man, when was the last time the Super Bowl Champs were given such light exposure. If it was the Cowboys they would be on 6 or more times, most at home to show off Jerrys house.

    Maybe some Flex scheduling will happen, although maybe we will have less distractions with fewer games being on National TV at home.

    49ers should get some good publicity with their new home, focus will be down there creating some added problems since there will be a whole bunch of adjustments to new gigs.

    Being Champs and kept under the radar and people betting we can't get even a winning record in may places this coming year I hope is a motivation.

    I really can't blame networks for not wanting to show blowouts.
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  • loafoftatupu wrote:I don't think the Niners will experience a free fall, but they could experience a little regression early in the season. The spots on defense where players with less experience and zero Niner experience will be getting it during that early part of the season.

    However many games Smith misses will be amplified by Bowman being out. This is the strength of the Niners D and it has provided protection to the secondary the last few years. With the secondary being what it looks to be those losses up front will show some impact. I have seen Niner comments from their fans that state the replacements are not that much of a dropoff. For Bowman and Smith? I see a big dropoff for what those two are capable of. I do believe that any defensive regression will create a situation where the offense tries to compensate by scoring more points. We can be assured that the QB has the load on his shoulders there.

    It might not amount to much, but in this division every game counts. You only need to look at the last 2 seasons, the division over the that period is separated by a total of 1.5 games. It does matter.


    Completely agree.

    That's one reason I'm happy that the bulk of the divisional games they play will be late in the season.

    That front 7 has protected that secondary for a long time and was a big reason why that secondary got exposed late in 2012 when both Aldon and Justin Smith were hurt.

    I think Niners fans view of the new secondary has to do with the fact that they didn't think Brown, Rogers, or Whitner were al that good to begin with.

    I wouldn't go that far. Rogers was good in 2011, but hasn't been the same player since. Brown is probably the best of the bunch and the one I didn't want to lose. Whitner was a very good box safety, but he was never a good player in coverage.

    As for the replacements, Brock was very good last year filling in for Rogers and Brown when they were hurt. He probably made on of his best plays of the season breaking up the pass that became the Navorro pick 6 against Atlanta. Culliver was the best CB on the team in 2012, but who know how good he is with pressing legal issues and a recovery from a torn ACL. I like Bethea, but he hasn't been as good as Whitner the past few years. Is that because he hasn't had that front 7 in front of him in Indy? Remains to be seen.

    I'm not convinced the 49ers will regress early. I think it's fair to say though that we just don't know what the hell we are going to see early. Very possible they will have to lean on the offense early on much more than they have in the past.

    I agree with you about the LBs. LB for the 49ers is like DBs in Seattle....and they will be missing half of them early in the year. Thing is though that they lost Aldon early last year AND Willis for a portion of that stretch and found ways to win anyway. IE, they've done it before.
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    I agree with you about the LBs. LB for the 49ers is like DBs in Seattle....and they will be missing half of them early in the year. Thing is though that they lost Aldon early last year AND Willis for a portion of that stretch and found ways to win anyway. IE, they've done it before.


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  • UK_Seahawk wrote:
    Giedi wrote:
    Not hypocrisy, just good behavior. Afterall this board is for all the Seattle Fans. There is some good info on these boards and I learn a lot by just reading a lot of knowledgeable Seattle fans posting about their teams. Loafo is a good role model, he is well behaved on the 49er boards. Nobody there has really ever had a problem with him from my personal point of knowledge. Now every board is different, and you just have to take each board as they are. Nothing much you can do about that.


    This assclown continues to show his true colours:

    They will get their comeuppance. Just as they eventually found out about what Cheat was doing at USC, seadderall players can only do so much PED's before their bodies burn out from overuse of the drugs!

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    Heh. That was posted on a board full of 49er fanatics. Here, I would never post that. This board is full of 'Hawk fans. I don't think it's appropriate to post those types of statements here.

    What i will say and what i will post is that your team is still very talented. Wilson is a legit QB and so long as you keep him healthy, he will always keep you in any game you play this year. I think your front office did a masterful job of drafting. Trading down that first pick was the right thing to do.

    To repeat, you need a very strong defense, and while your defense is still strong, it has a bit less depth than it had before. So this season is going to be a very interesting season for both fanbases. Iron sharpens iron and whoever wins between the two teams has a good chance in the playoffs.
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  • Giedi wrote:
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    Giedi wrote:
    Not hypocrisy, just good behavior. Afterall this board is for all the Seattle Fans. There is some good info on these boards and I learn a lot by just reading a lot of knowledgeable Seattle fans posting about their teams. Loafo is a good role model, he is well behaved on the 49er boards. Nobody there has really ever had a problem with him from my personal point of knowledge. Now every board is different, and you just have to take each board as they are. Nothing much you can do about that.


    This assclown continues to show his true colours:

    They will get their comeuppance. Just as they eventually found out about what Cheat was doing at USC, seadderall players can only do so much PED's before their bodies burn out from overuse of the drugs!

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    Heh. That was posted on a board full of 49er fanatics. Here, I would never post that. This board is full of 'Hawk fans. I don't think it's appropriate to post those types of statements here.

    What i will say and what i will post is that your team is still very talented. Wilson is a legit QB and so long as you keep him healthy, he will always keep you in any game you play this year. I think your front office did a masterful job of drafting. Trading down that first pick was the right thing to do.

    To repeat, you need a very strong defense, and while your defense is still strong, it has a bit less depth than it had before. So this season is going to be a very interesting season for both fanbases. Iron sharpens iron and whoever wins between the two teams has a good chance in the playoffs.


    You're kind of a [self edit].
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  • Laloosh wrote:
    Giedi wrote:
    UK_Seahawk wrote:
    Giedi wrote:
    Not hypocrisy, just good behavior. Afterall this board is for all the Seattle Fans. There is some good info on these boards and I learn a lot by just reading a lot of knowledgeable Seattle fans posting about their teams. Loafo is a good role model, he is well behaved on the 49er boards. Nobody there has really ever had a problem with him from my personal point of knowledge. Now every board is different, and you just have to take each board as they are. Nothing much you can do about that.


    This assclown continues to show his true colours:

    They will get their comeuppance. Just as they eventually found out about what Cheat was doing at USC, seadderall players can only do so much PED's before their bodies burn out from overuse of the drugs!

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    Heh. That was posted on a board full of 49er fanatics. Here, I would never post that. This board is full of 'Hawk fans. I don't think it's appropriate to post those types of statements here.

    What i will say and what i will post is that your team is still very talented. Wilson is a legit QB and so long as you keep him healthy, he will always keep you in any game you play this year. I think your front office did a masterful job of drafting. Trading down that first pick was the right thing to do.

    To repeat, you need a very strong defense, and while your defense is still strong, it has a bit less depth than it had before. So this season is going to be a very interesting season for both fanbases. Iron sharpens iron and whoever wins between the two teams has a good chance in the playoffs.


    You're kind of a [self edit].

    :th2thumbs: that's a compliment considering where and from whom it came from. :mrgreen:
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  • Re: official boards, if you continue to be as dominant as you have been recently. Having an official board is pretty much a done deal.
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  • Giedi wrote:Re: official boards, if you continue to be as dominant as you have been recently. Having an official board is pretty much a done deal.


    LOL, why do they want or need one, they have tried a few times and the cost and traffic isn't worth it, Aros established this board many years ago and we have seen many come and go yet we have remained due to the excellent maintenance and leadership here.

    Starting an official board takes time to gain a level of traffic and type of representation you want to be part of the official site as well, which means heavy moderation to keep troll traffic out lest you end up with a bunch posters spewing insults and unsupported information.

    If they wanted to start another version I would have thought it would be set up by now to take advantage of last seasons success.
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  • I would much rather have our road games be the ones in primetime anyway. Wilson is batting almost a thousand in primetime games, and it may in some cases eliminate 10am starts.
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  • One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.
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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    Yet it's still approximately 30% as arrogant as all the Broncos fans predictions in the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    Yet it's still approximately 30% as arrogant as all the Broncos fans predictions in the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl.



    I wasn't predicting anything and are you saying your own fans weren't doing the same? Give me a break.
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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:I wasn't predicting anything and are you saying your own fans weren't doing the same? Give me a break.


    Whose fans were right? I know you need to tell yourself that when Seahawks fans were predicting a win, it was just the same braggadocio Broncos fans were predicting...But just maybe, maybe not.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:I wasn't predicting anything and are you saying your own fans weren't doing the same? Give me a break.


    Whose fans were right? I know you need to tell yourself that when Seahawks fans were predicting a win, it was just the same braggadocio Broncos fans were predicting...But just maybe, maybe not.


    I don't care about any of that the topic was why are Seahawks fans so obnoxious after the win. Get a grip and some class.
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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:I wasn't predicting anything and are you saying your own fans weren't doing the same? Give me a break.


    Whose fans were right? I know you need to tell yourself that when Seahawks fans were predicting a win, it was just the same braggadocio Broncos fans were predicting...But just maybe, maybe not.


    I don't care about any of that the topic was why are Seahawks fans so obnoxious after the win. Get a grip and some class.


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  • UK_Seahawk wrote:Someone is still having problems sitting down.

    What's her sex life have to do with this?
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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.


    You mean other then the one that didn't win and is still obnoxious and arrogant after a loss, a beat down the previous season at our house. One that hates to admit that they no longer have a division of also rans to dominate as they did during their hey day 30 plus years ago from the 80's thru the early 90's in the Saints, Rams, at times and the Panthers,and Falcons. Who before then were????????????????

    Get back to me on arrogant and obnoxious as far as a fan base goes when you swallow that crow.
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  • So you go to a Niners board for confirmation to validate your insecurity? Not even your own board?

    Yeah pretty obvious the depths your willing to reach. Maybe you should ask Ravens fans how they feel about Niners fans. Or Giants fans and keep in mind both of those teams owned the Niners.
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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

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  • RichNhansom wrote:So you go to a Niners board for confirmation to validate your insecurity? Not even your own board?

    Yeah pretty obvious the depths your willing to reach. Maybe you should ask Ravens fans how they feel about Niners fans. Or Giants fans and keep in mind both of those teams owned the Niners.


    I realize I hit your sensitivity with the niners, but I am saying that they are right. I saw very little class, you won handily and were still making fun of the Broncos. It just makes no sense.
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  • Scottemojo wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    Your hurt amuses me.


    Hey honey, there is no way you can "hurt" me. I am not some little girl.
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  • 9ers suck. Broncos suck. At least the niners sort of put up a fight and made a game of it. Broncos are a bunch of little girls.

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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:
    Scottemojo wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    Your hurt amuses me.


    Hey honey, there is no way you can "hurt" me. I am not some little girl.

    You think Seattle fans are arrogant and disrespectful. Or so your agreement indicates. Ergo, your widdle feewings are hurt.

    Which amuses me.
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  • Scottemojo wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:
    Scottemojo wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    Your hurt amuses me.


    Hey honey, there is no way you can "hurt" me. I am not some little girl.

    You think Seattle fans are arrogant and disrespectful. Or so your agreement indicates. Ergo, your widdle feewings are hurt.

    Which amuses me.



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  • Also this comes from a fan that when Elway played and had Shannon Sharp on the team you could not go anywhere and not hear someone clinging to the Broncos hopes of a Super Bowl Championship.
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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.
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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    5 more yards on the fumble recovery and the last drive doesn't matter.

    Kaeperchoke doesn't kick the fumble forward for a first down and the Niners have only 10 points.

    Mikah Hyde doesn't drop an easy pick 6 and the Niners are one and done.

    So what's your point?

    Lol.. did this genius actually refer to the DenialZone as a point? Where they called the Hawks arrogant? LMAO!!!
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  • Sports Hernia wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.
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    If your aunt had a pair of man marbles she'd be your uncle too!

    ....and as much as it pains me to say, SF beats the soft assed Donks in XLVIII too, just in a much closer game!


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  • Cinnamongirl wrote:
    Scottemojo wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    Your hurt amuses me.


    Hey honey, there is no way you can "hurt" me. I am not some little girl.


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  • loafoftatupu wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    5 more yards on the fumble recovery and the last drive doesn't matter.

    Kaeperchoke doesn't kick the fumble forward for a first down and the Niners have only 10 points.

    Mikah Hyde doesn't drop an easy pick 6 and the Niners are one and done.

    So what's your point?

    Lol.. did this genius actually refer to the DenialZone as a point? Where they called the Hawks arrogant? LMAO!!!

    :woohoo: There are some really smart and knowledgeable posters there in the WebZone, so I can see why she would cite that Board for some info. ;)
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  • Giedi wrote:
    loafoftatupu wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    5 more yards on the fumble recovery and the last drive doesn't matter.

    Kaeperchoke doesn't kick the fumble forward for a first down and the Niners have only 10 points.

    Mikah Hyde doesn't drop an easy pick 6 and the Niners are one and done.

    So what's your point?

    Lol.. did this genius actually refer to the DenialZone as a point? Where they called the Hawks arrogant? LMAO!!!

    :woohoo: There are some really smart and knowledgeable posters there in the WebZone, so I can see why she would cite that Board for some info. ;)

    BS! That is a flat out lie!
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  • Sports Hernia wrote:
    Giedi wrote:
    loafoftatupu wrote:
    Cinnamongirl wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.

    5 more yards on the fumble recovery and the last drive doesn't matter.

    Kaeperchoke doesn't kick the fumble forward for a first down and the Niners have only 10 points.

    Mikah Hyde doesn't drop an easy pick 6 and the Niners are one and done.

    So what's your point?

    Lol.. did this genius actually refer to the DenialZone as a point? Where they called the Hawks arrogant? LMAO!!!

    :woohoo: There are some really smart and knowledgeable posters there in the WebZone, so I can see why she would cite that Board for some info. ;)

    BS! That is a flat out lie!

    So you don't think Zaghawk and RedAlice are knowledgeable posters over there at the 49erWebzone? :mrgreen:
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  • Giedi wrote:So you don't think Zaghawk and RedAlice are knowledgeable posters over there at the 49erWebzone? :mrgreen:

    Way to point out the only two knowledgeable posters on that forum. Neither of which are 49ers fans.

    I appreciate you becoming realistic in your old age, Giedi. :)
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  • Giedi wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:
    Giedi wrote:
    loafoftatupu wrote:One play in that niner game and the Seahawks would have been watching the Super Bowl with a bowl at home.

    Quote- "I'm not going lie, it's been a tough summer listening to Seahawks fans run their mouths like they're the greatest thing ever. I can't ever recall a fan base that is so disrespectful and arrogant just because they finally won a championship.
    Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/1 ... kRqPpZT.99"

    One hundred percent true.
    5 more yards on the fumble recovery and the last drive doesn't matter.

    Kaeperchoke doesn't kick the fumble forward for a first down and the Niners have only 10 points.

    Mikah Hyde doesn't drop an easy pick 6 and the Niners are one and done.

    So what's your point?

    Lol.. did this genius actually refer to the DenialZone as a point? Where they called the Hawks arrogant? LMAO!!!

    :woohoo: There are some really smart and knowledgeable posters there in the WebZone, so I can see why she would cite that Board for some info. ;)

    BS! That is a flat out lie!

    So you don't think Zaghawk and RedAlice are knowledgeable posters over there at the 49erWebzone? :mrgreen:

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  • Lol, that quote about arrogant fans.

    This coming from "Pepe le pew" of all sports fanbases.

    Sure Seahawk fans have grown a bit arrogant, but the 49er douches get a lot of credit for that one, our exposure to them since we joined the NFC west has brought it out.

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  • Giedi wrote: :woohoo: There are some really smart and knowledgeable posters there in the WebZone, so I can see why she would cite that Board for some info. ;)


    Sure there are Giedi. But whenever they post anything remotely realistic they get thrashed on by the Legion of Drool.
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  • peachesenregalia wrote:9ers suck. Broncos suck. At least the niners sort of put up a fight and made a game of it. Broncos are a bunch of little girls.

    And so are their fans.


    Sort of put up a fight? Did you actually watch the game? You won but a couple plays or calls and you could have been watching the 9ers beat the Bronco's.
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  • lvnginhwktwn wrote:
    peachesenregalia wrote:9ers suck. Broncos suck. At least the niners sort of put up a fight and made a game of it. Broncos are a bunch of little girls.

    And so are their fans.


    Sort of put up a fight? Did you actually watch the game? You won but a couple plays or calls and you could have been watching the 9ers beat the Bronco's.


    LOL, wrong. The result of the NFCCC was never in doubt. You guys had no shot to win that game, you just thought you did. There was literally never any moment in that game where I thought 'damn, we might lose here'. 9ers just suck. Own it.
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