3 NFC Teams that can beat Seattle @ home

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  1. diamondheadtiger

    diamondheadtiger Founding Member

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    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    The 49ers are projected and most likely will be the 6th seed.

    If the Saint do indeed get that all important #2 seed, then it's a bye week, a game at home and then hopefully awaiting a 49ers team that just upset Seattle. The path indeed could go through New Orleans.
     
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    diamondheadtiger Founding Member

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    I'd like to think the 49ers are going to get Seattle in one of their upcoming meetings if they matchup in the playoffs, but they were beat just as bad as we were.
     
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    fanatic Buckle your seatbelts...

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    Yep, they've been destroyed the last 2 times they played in Seattle. Maybe they learned something in those beat downs and the 3rd time will be the charm.
     
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    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    man fuck that shit, nut up and go beat seattle in seattle. How many road games they got left?
     
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    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    I hope today's game opened up some eyes.

    The 49ers can play the same ball the Seahawks play and beat them at it. Kaepernick has to play better however. On the road in Seattle, that senseless interception in the redzone cannot happen.

    So I still think the road goes through New Orleans for the NFC CG.
     

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