Wildcard Weekend

Here’s how I see it:

Hou over Cincy
Green Bay over Minn
Wash ove Sea
Balt over Indy

Cincinnati may pull this off, but I doubt it. The rest are pretty solid locks. Green Bay won’t lose both halves of a home-and-home series to Minnesota. Seattle, for all their recent glory, still struggles on the road. Indy is a very young team that is destined for greatness, but they are too green at this point to beat Balt in the playoffs.

As a sidenote, this scenario works out best for the Niners.

What do yo think?

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138 Responses to Wildcard Weekend

  1. Spitblood says:

    I think Indy is playing with some very real passion. I also think the Ravens are on a downward spiral that begins now with the retirement of Lewis and the erosion of the support for Flacco in the locker room. Lewis supported Flacco. I think we all saw the clip in the locker room last year of Ray Lewis saying (after Cundiff botched a game tying field goal) “Joe, you duck your head to nobody.” The retirement of Lewis will signify a new day in Baltimore. Maybe the Ravens play a hard, inspired game for Ray. Maybe it’s a enough, maybe it isn’t. But at the end of the day, the locker room in Baltimore needs to believe in their qb. I say it’s close, but I think Indy and Luck beat Ray and Flacco.

    I also think Seattle will beat the Redskins. I know Seattle isn’t as good on the road, but Seattle will take away RGIII’s read option, and Seattle will bottle up Morris. That leaves the ball in the hands of RGIII, needing to complete passes. I’m a Kyle Shanny fan. Kyle and Mike will have a smart game plan, and the game will be close. But I believe Russell Wilson will score more points off Lynch’s powerful runs. This game comes down to who has the better defense. I think Seattle’s defense is better than Washington’s.

    Houston is a pretender, but Cinci doesn’t have the confidence yet. If Houston gets the lead, Watt will pin his ears pack and make Dalton run for his life. Foster will play ball control and Wade Phillips will shut down Green.

    The Vikings will beat the Packers. Woodson is back, and Clay has said, “Adrian won’t run for 200 on us again.” But I think Peterson is a man on a mission, and I could see him having another big day. The Packers aren’t a ground and pound team. When a team with a passing attack meets a team with a rushing attack, the team with the passing attack usually wins – especially at home. But Adrian just had a career year – second best in NFL history. I don’t see Adrian’s season ending on Saturday.

    If this holds up, the 49ers face the Seahawks at home. Gotta earn it. Nobody is going to hand the 49ers the Lombardi trophy.

  2. Nipper says:

    Prepare, prepare, prepare………..

  3. snarkk says:

    Indy over Ravens.
    Seattle over Rskins
    Pack over Vikes.
    Houston over Cincy.

  4. NoFear49er says:


    • Irish Kevin says:

      Baltimore?? seriously!!

    • Grumpy Guy says:

      NF, I’ll echo your list. Houston has its issues but has one hell of a defense and Arian. Dalton will sling the ball, but while his TD rate compares roughly to Kappy, his INT rate is twice Colin’s. GB is a one-trick pony, but when it’s Aaron Rodgers that’s a damned fine trick. If he gets the ball last in a close game, you are screwed. The Vikings managed the clock and avoided that last week; but that might be harder this week at Lambeau. Seattle is blazing hot right now. RG3 and company are good and will give them a fight. Seattle is on the road; at home they’d win, in DC it’s a razor thin margin one way of the other. And Indy is everyone’s sweetheart with Luck but Balt has wily old Ed Reed lying in wait for his mistakes, and a host of starters who have done this dance before. It’s mainly the Lewis and Suggs injuries that wrecked their season, but don’t count out an experienced team going against a young QB, Should be some fun games in any event.

      • NoFear49er says:

        Grumpy, I think Carroll has got those guys believing in themselves, even away from home and the12th man, and beating WAS will make it seem like that call in their GB game was preordained.

        Don’t forget about Rice in Baltimore. I’m banking on the hope that brother John doesn’t. And as you say, them containing Hilton and Wayne somewhat.

  5. Irish Kevin says:

    Green Bay


  6. Del Mar Dennis says:

    I like all the home teams this weekend. First up, CIN @ HOU. The Texans ended the year with a resounding THUD, and the Bengals are everyone’s darlings and wise guy pick to win. I ain’t buying it. HOU wins by 14+. Tomorrow night it’s MIN @ GB. It’s payback time for last week’s loss. The Pack is angry, and more importantly, getting healthy. GB wins by 14+. Sunday it’s IND @ BAL. I’ll be rooting like hell for Luck and his Colts, but I don’t see ’em winning in Baltimore. Harbaugh and Flacco are always good for at least one playoff win. And the guy who beat the murder rap will be an inspiration with his speeches. His play at LB has been over for awhile now. Final Wild Card game is SEA @ WAS. This is the matchup that I have the least amount of confidence. Gut feeling; in a very close contest it’s the Seahawks that make the big mistake to cost ’em the game late.

  7. Grumpy Guy says:

    Maybe the two best young D-linemen in the league at Houston, in J.J. Watt and Geno Atkins. That’ll be one hell of a game for watching the trenches. Watt looks more and more like he is taking Justin Smith’s mantle of best down Defensive lineman. Here he gets to show what he can do on the big screen of the playoffs. Indy – Baltimore is a rising team with a future superstar QB against a veteran team of hard-assed defensive players. Even with Lewis and Suggs hobbled, Reed is still out there, reading your eyes and jumping your patterns. I think we will see some damned good games this weekend.

  8. Flavor says:

    I like CIncy, mostly ’cause they were a waiver wire pick up near the end of the season for me and their defense was fantastic. Who did they replace? The shit Houston defense that I summarily and merrily kicked to the waiver wire.
    Anyway, I’m going with Cinn, Minn, Washington and Indy……
    There is no dominant team out there right now. Any of these playoff teams can beat any of the other playoff teams, regardless of the venue.

  9. 12th man says:


  10. Alleykat says:

    Justin Smith wearing a black brace on his partial torn left elbow,practiced Thursday,and the Cowboy declared,I’ll be ready to go come Jan 12.Whoever we play will probably test me early with some run plays,I’ll be ready!!
    This guy is such a “BEAST”
    Years from now when Cyberdyne and Skynet take over the planet,the first “Terminators” will be modeled after Justin Smith!!!

    Seattle over Washington


  11. Alleykat says:

    Moving on!!!!
    Green Bay
    Kat’s stone cold locks!!!

  12. Spitblood says:

    Looks like Gamble is gone. Both the Jets and Jaguars are interviewing him. Hope Baalke isn’t a “perfect stranger,” to finding talent on his own. We need another great draft in 2013.

  13. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Favorites today, dogs tomorrow. Simple as that.

  14. Del Mar Dennis says:

    We don’t play until next Saturday, but I already have butterflies in my stomach I’m so excited. Nothing beats the NFL playoffs.

  15. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Spit, you still like the Vikings with Joe Webb at QB tonight?
    Might as well be Jack Webb at QB. That’s just the facts, ma’am.

  16. Spitblood says:

    No…. all bets are off if it’s Joe Webb. And to be honest, I’d rather see the Pack than the ‘Hawks. Justin’s game is now rushing the passer, not stopping the run. Joe Webb is music to my ears.

  17. Spitblood says:

    Houston reminds me of the 49ers with Alex Smith: move the ball until the redzone, then kick field goals. Schaub is playing tight. Ray Manaluga is getting beat like a Christmas turkey (I beat mine behind the woodshed for kicks – it don’t hurt the taste, just da bird). And of course Ray goes out with a minor injury. Ray needs some help and the minute Zimmer starts dropping down his safety to help Ray is the minute Schaub goes over the top to Johnson. Just give it time.

  18. Del Mar Dennis says:

    The Bengals have NEGATIVE 6 yds. passing, 53 total and 7:07 of TOP in the half. Yet only trail by 2. Embarrassing display on both sides. Dalton and Schaub are giving QBs a bad name. Wake me when Brady and Manning play.

  19. Spitblood says:

    Ponder inactive. Bring on GB at the Stick. GB can only pass the ball, that’s it. We’ll beat ’em. Schaub is terrible. Dalton is good but doesn’t have offensive weapons…. yet.

  20. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Joe Webb will be the 1st QB in NFL history to start a postseason game after not attempting a single pass all season. Meh, passing is overrated. Run the wishbone.

  21. Flavor says:

    Ponder sucks, I don’t know a single thing about Joe Webb but I’m betting he beats the Packers. Well, as long as he can hand the ball off good ’nuff

  22. Alleykat says:

    It’s not Joe Webb starting.It’s Del Webb’s retirement home starting for Minn.

  23. Flavor says:

    I’m not changing my pick, I still think Minn wins this game……

    • Del Mar Dennis says:

      Where’s my two bottles of booze? I plan on celebrating or drowning my sorrows in the upcoming 49er playoff weeks. Or did you forget, ye of the Alex Smith > Peyton Manning betting club?

  24. Chico says:

    I hope this second game is more exciting than the first..

    Bring on whoever! I’d rather the Niners play the Packers though..

  25. Vikes will quickly fall behind GB- Rodgers will throw a couple TDs- and that will be all she wrote fer the Spud Webb squad.

    Right at the minute we have 11 genius pigskin pickers nailing the first game for Houston: Chuck, Del Mar, Spitblood, Snarkk, Nipper/phil, NoFear, Grumpy, Barleyfreak, 12th Man, Alleykat …

    I assume everyone is going to switch to GB now that Ponder is out?

  26. Del Mar Dennis says:

    If GB loses tonight, there should be a public hanging of Mike McCarthy and his entire squad the next morning at sunup.

    • shaman138 says:


      • Del Mar Dennis says:

        “Whatever” That’s Raider-fan-speak for, “I have nothing else to say because my team finished 4-12 this year.”


      • shaman138 says:

        Your beloved Broncos haven’t done anything yet so settle down, Beavis

    • Del Mar Dennis says:

      “Sunup” was the name of the horse that won when Chico was giving Groucho the business selling him those tout books in “A Day at the Races.” “Get your tootsie-frootsie ice cream.”

    • Spitblood says:

      Perfect world – Webb and Peterson beat the hell out of the Packers but the Packers win. I want to see Peterson punish some linebackers and safeties.

  27. shaman138 says:

    Looks like the Niners running game is doing just fine…you guys still want them next week?

    • Chico says:

      Packers? I’ll take any one of these teams though, the Packers are given a discount with Ponder out tonight.. Webb doesn’t look good at all so far.

    • shaman138 says:

      Err, I meant Packers running game. Oops.

  28. Chico says:

    The Viking OL sucks on pass blocking..

  29. miner says:

    Ha ha. Webb is a friggin joke

  30. miner says:

    GB 42-3

  31. Spitblood says:

    Hopefully the Packers don’t score on their first possession in the second half. If they do, the game could get out of hand and the second half won’t be hard hitting. Either way, with Webb it’s safe to say we get the Packers at the Stick next week.

  32. Alleykat says:

    Good chance BF,goes O for the weekend.

  33. miner says:

    Webb makes Tebow look accurate

  34. Chico says:

    Really can’t blame him, but Webb sucks!

    Niners Packers? I like it!

  35. unca_chuck says:

    Green Bay looks pretty damn ordinary tonight. I’m not too too worried next Saturday. The only thing to watch out for is getting behind quickly.

    • Del Mar Dennis says:

      Repeat after me: NO team, that has Aaron Rodgers as its quarterback is ordinary. And leave it to you to verbalize upon the ends and outs of “getting behind quickly.” Keep your secretive gay porno life as “Buck Naked,” to yourself please.

  36. unca_chuck says:

    Collinsworth is still whining about the 1981 Super Bowl. HAAA ha.

  37. Spitblood says:

    The 49ers will beat GB. I’m already starting to look past GB. Lol. ‘Hawks at the Stick or the Falcons on the road. Either way it’s a dirty bird. I’d rather have the ‘Hawks at the Stick.

  38. unca_chuck says:

    Webb completed a pass!

  39. Del Mar Dennis says:

    WOW! Opening line on the NE/HOU game is Pats -10. I was thinking 7, maybe 7 1/2. But 10? That’s even more Gatorade buckets that Alex fills on Game Day. His small hands prevent him from filling more than 7.

  40. unca_chuck says:

    Dennis is pissing his pants already regarding Green Bay. This one should be better than the last one. 34 -17 or some shit like that. Rodgers is the easiest guy to face of the QBs left in the playoffs not named Matt Ryan. He won;t be able to throw under the constant pressure.

  41. Spitblood says:

    I sure hope our boys are resting. No sex, boys. No sex. It’s bad for the legs.

  42. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Opening line vs the Pack…49ers -3 with an O/U of 46.
    One of those numbers is my exact age. The other is Chuck’s success rate at the whorehouse. Do the math.

  43. phil fan says:

    Del Mar’s gonna have a lot of company wetting his pants with the freakin’ Pack coming to da Stick next Saturday…

    • Del Mar Dennis says:

      At this very moment I’m watching George A. Romero’s, “Night of the Living Dead” on my local Creepy KOFY movie channel (13) for the umpteenth time. They just interviewed, John Stanley. He replaced the late great Bob Wilkins of “Creature Features” fame. I was raised on Bob Wilkins and his “Creature Features.” I spent my weekends over at “Grams” house watching him on the weekend. A six-year-old boy raised on “Godzilla,” “Night of the Living Dead” and “The Creature from the Black Lagoon.” Now you know a little history behind my dementia.

      Not only did they come to get Barbara, they came and got me.

  44. Grumpy Guy says:

    49ers 27, Packers 24. Nail biter time.

  45. Spitblood says:

    Arians is out – went to the hospital. That hurts. I hate Ray Lewis.

  46. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Just put NE and DEN in the AFC Championship Game and be done with it. Those two games next week amount to nothing more than an exercise in futility. None chance.

    • Spitblood says:

      Just enjoy the games for what they are you dirty hippy. Indy looks good despite not having Bruce on the sidelines calling plays. If Indy wins, it hurts Bruce’s chances of “Coach of the Year.” Either way, Indy looks like the better team through the first quarter of football in Baltimore.

    • shaman138 says:

      Just admit you’re a Bronco fan already

  47. B says:

    All this cock slobbering over Ray Lewis is disgusting. He held a guy down while one of his peeps stabbed him. He got away with murder.

  48. Spitblood says:

    Colts / Ravens is the best game thus far. Let’s go Luck!!!!! You don’t need a high scoring game for it to be a great game.

  49. IH1972 says:

    Indy’s secondary sucks

  50. Spitblood says:

    Horrible play calling by Clyde in the red zone. You don’t run the ball against the Ravens in the red zone. Throw the ball. Throw the ball. Throw the ball. Spread ’em out and make Ray Lewis cover some ground. Put young against old and get Luck to get rid of the ball quick.

  51. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Ray Rice doing is best Wendell Tyler impersonation.

  52. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Adam Vinatieri just did his best David Akers impersonation.

  53. Alleykat says:

    Joe Blow Flacco,made not have a high passing pct.But they have all gone for huge yardage.Boldin alone 5 for 145..29yard avg 2 TD.
    Ravens in control and moving on.

  54. Spitblood says:

    The Colts could have won that game if Bruce Arians was the OC. The Indy offensive playing calling in the red zone was horrid, and that’s exactly where you need your OC. Clyde was terrible in the red zone. 4 field goals, and very few throws to the end zone in the red zone. Unfortunate for Indy they didn’t have Bruce.

  55. Alleykat says:

    Stupid Ass Pollard!!!! 2 fucking huge penalties,Helmet to Helmet and then fucking Taunting on the Colts sidelines Gift 30 yards you Delmar Mook!!

  56. Spitblood says:

    The Redskins look awesome on their first drive. This is why I hate picking games before….. I forgot how much I’d love to see Shanny demoralize Pete Carroll.

  57. Del Mar Dennis says:

    I think the Seahawks are realizing they’re not in Seattle any more. They are getting donkey-punched.

  58. Update after Baltimore wins:

    We now have 7 genius pigskin pickers nailing the 3 games for Houston, Ravens and the Pack: Nipper/phil, NoFear, Grumpy, Barleyfreak, 12th Man, Alleykat …

  59. Spitblood says:

    Good game. Redskins’ D needs to pull it together.

  60. Alleykat says:

    Jesus…They need to “Lynch” Marshawn after that goaline fumble.

  61. Nipper/phil, NoFear, Grumpy, Del Mar (not Barley), 12th Man, Alleykat = CORRECTED

  62. NoFear49er says:

    Ya gotta love a QB who runs downfield blocking for his RB?

  63. philippinefan says:

    Lynch makes up his fumble with a 27 yd TD

  64. Spitblood says:

    Shanny should think about bringing in Kirk Cousins. Cousins ain’t no joke. The kid can play. RGIII is broken.

  65. Spitblood says:

    Just as I write that, RGIII fumbles inside his own 20 and hurts himself.

  66. philippinefan says:

    Seattle recovers a fumble and RGIII is hurt = 5 yard line of Wash. Looks like Seattle is going to Atlanta

  67. philippinefan says:

    Josh Morgan drops one on 3rd and 14.

  68. philippinefan says:

    Alleykat, Grumpy Guy and NoFear49er are 4-0 if the Seahawks win. The 3-1 group is Chuck, Del Mar, 12th Man, Nipper/phil, Shaman138, Barley, Snarkk, I’m pretty sure.


    • Grumpy Guy says:

      Well, the best team won all four. The best chance for an upset would have been Washington, if RG3 had been healthy.

      • philippinefan says:

        84 yds passing = 10/19. Probably should have pulled him at the half. SEA had 199 yards rushing, 132 by da Beast rest by Wilson. I may not like them but ya gotta respect their game right now. I hope they lose in Atl tho

  69. NoFear49er says:

    Not bad after spotting the ‘Skins two scores. Gutsy call on the two-pointer, too.

    • philippinefan says:

      Yes Seattle is playing well on D, at QB and Lynch is a beast of course. You think they beat ATL?

      • NoFear49er says:

        I don’t know, they could sure use their big DE, Clemons and a healthy kicker. I’d like to see how those injuries shakes out.

  70. Winder says:

    God i hate the Seawads. This makes it a little bearable though. http://tinyurl.com/a7s7djv

    • NoFear49er says:

      Winder, I lost a lot of money betting on the Seahawks back in the days of Jim Zorn and Steve Largent but I still can’t hate ’em. I’m too big a fan of the game to hate on teams too much. I appreciate good football, players and coaches on almost every team.

      Hey, is that the _Eve of Destruction_ guy?

      • Winder says:

        yeah that’s him. Hate is a strong word and it really isn’t appropriate in a great game like football, however, coupled with my feelings toward Petey and just about all the Seattle fan base I sincerely hope they choke to death.

    • philippinefan says:

      That must be Winders hope fer the ‘Hawks!

  71. philippinefan says:

    On the other hand if SEA beats Atlanta we get them at the Stick for a perfect chance at some revenge. Assuming we beat the Packers…

    • Winder says:

      Yeah phil- My guess would be we will be playing the Seawads at home for all the marbles. It’s not Wilson we have to worry about it’s Lynch. If I’m Jimbo i put Willis and somebody else on Lynch at all times and take my chances. Of course all thats moot if we can’t score at least 34 points.

    • Grumpy Guy says:

      Yeah, well, let’s take care of the little detail of beating the Packers first. This one will likely be tougher than the September game.

      Jimbo and Pete the Cheat does make a certain dramatic sense, though. What’s Your Deal, Final Jeopardy Round 2013.

  72. Spitblood says:

    A lot is being made right now on ESPN about Mike Shanahan not going to Kirk Cousins earlier, but I’ll tell you one thing – Kirk Cousins is a better pure passer than RGIII. Sure, you don’t have the read option, but what’s to say Shanahan couldn’t play conventional football with Cousins and Morris? If you watched Cousins you saw him getting blitzed heavily because after the RGIII fumble, Seattle was up by two scores with under five minutes left to play. Why not bring the kitchen?

    But if Shanahan had gone to Cousins earlier, Seattle wouldn’t have blitzed as much and maybe Cousins could have gotten a rhythm. He made some nice throws under pressure.
    The Vikings / Packers game was kind of a joke with Tony Dungy selling his soul for NBC advertising dollars declaring, “Vikings fans: don’t give up on Joe Webb.” And foolishly, I bit. I watched Webb and during the first quarter thought to myself, “Maybe Dungy’s right.” But then the one trick pony got shut down by the Packers’ D and the game was over….. early. We got robbed of a rematch, but injuries happen in the NFL. Good season for the Vikings, considering where they were last year.

    The Colts / Ravens game was fun to watch. Bruce Arians was in the hospital instead of on the sidelines, and it showed in the red zone. Maybe it was because of the Ravens’ D, or maybe a normal qb coach simply can’t fill last minute shoes in the playoffs, but Andrew Luck moved the ball against the Ravens’ D, and the Colts won the time of possession battle. Like Ponder’s absence, it would have been nice to see the Colts’ red zone attack with Arians. The Colts and Vikings weren’t going to make any Super Bowl noise regardless, but it’s fun to see up and coming teams compete in the playoffs. It’s fun to see how they handle adversity – especially when their guns are loaded with all the playing and coaching talent their respective organizations possess.

    The Houston / Cinci game was okay to watch. Houston sucks. Andre Johnson is getting older, Matt Schaub is Alex Smith, and Gary Kubiak relies way, way, way too much on Foster for the team to be a realistic Super Bowl threat. I’d put money on the Vikings and Bengals reaching the Super Bowl before I put money on the Texans making it.

    Now it’s onto the division round. Cowboy’s play is crucial for all of us Niner fans. Ricky Jean isn’t going to help Aldon Smith sack Aaron Rogers. And Justin Smith, with his partially torn tri, might not either. The Niner / Packer comes down to one thing and one thing only – qb pressure on Rogers. Kaep and his host of merry woodsmen will do enough to win the game from the offensive side of the football, but the game comes down to whether or not the 49ers can consistently hurry, sack and knock Rogers down. If you give Rogers too much time, he’ll pick us apart, and a lot of that is predicated on Justin Smith’s pass rush. Forget stopping the run against the Packers. Even though that used car salesman is giving the Packers’ rushing attack some much needed life, the Packers aren’t going to beat the 49ers by running. The 49ers’ first playoff game of 2013 comes down to rushing Rogers.

    Last year, the 49ers beat the Saints with a hard hitting defense that forced turnovers. I could see Goldson, Whitner, Bowman, Brooks and Willis laying big hits, but if you remember, Aldon Smith also got after Drew Brees. The big hits will be there – the 49er D will be prepared, inspired and fired up. The 49er O will do its part with Kaep occasionally fumbling the snap and our defense giving up semi-big plays to Cobb. But the game comes down to one thing – a pass rush. Brooks and McDonald need to pickup the slack left by Cowboy’s injury. Maybe Fangio will use McDonald and Aldon in a similar tandem – the way Fangio used Justin and Aldon over the course of the year. And Brooks can get after the passer. I say blitz Rogers with Rogers (Carlos), and have both Brooks and Aldon crashing hard. There’s no read option for Brooks (thank god) to defend against GB. It’s my opinion that if Fangio can create various schemes to get after Rogers, regardless of Cowboy’s affectiveness, the 49ers can beat the Packers. Now Seattle? That’s a horse of another color. And I believe Seattle will beat the Falcons. I think the Falcons will play tight – especially after their recent lack of playoff success, and Pete Carroll will have his boys playing loose, letting it all hangout. That spells trouble for the Dirty Bird. Pete Carroll’s boys need a nickname – The Dirty Chicken. Embrace it, Pete. Embrace it.

  73. unca_chuck says:

    Christ on a bicycle. You need a fucking editor . . .

  74. unca_chuck says:

    I haven’t seen much of Atlanta this season, but my thought is they’ll fold up like a cheap tent, as usual.

    Missed both these games today (on the road), and I lost the radio at halftime. so I don’t know what happened with Griffin. He got hurt? Guess I got to watch ESPN. Hou and Balt? Ehhh. That sure looks like Denver/NE.

  75. NoFear49er says:

    Seattle’s win has certainly got to help their belief in Carroll’s system and each other. Beating a tough team like Washington on the road is no mean feat and I think that makes a win in their last three away games.

    I’ve got to say I’m more impressed with their QB every time I see him for some reason or another, (ROY I think) but they sure came out slow and looked impotent on both sides of the ball in the first quarter. Have to give them and their coaching credit for playing through it.

    Probably good for RG3 there’s no pressure to play next week or he’d likely try it. I’d guess Shanahan (Mike or Kyle) had no game plan for the switch at QB or he’d have made it sooner.

    Chuck, that’s a tough road boss you got. Like the man with no eyes. And you lost that walkman he let you carry, too. Bad day.

  76. Irish Kevin says:

    If the Niners have the lead through out the game they will be fine. But if it becomes a shoot out. well…you know how I feel about running the ball all the time.

  77. Irish Kevin says:

    as Spit pointed out Colts won the time of possession, but lost. I hope that is not how Harbaugh works the offense.

  78. Spitblood says:


    Matt Williamson is making a name for himself becoming one of the more insightful talking heads on ESPN.

  79. Spitblood says:

    espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=8820749s Wrong addy posted above.

  80. unca_chuck says:

    New thread is up . . .

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