Two Good Things About SF and GB...

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    Maybe a bit premature but maybe not. The Seahawks don't have to think ahead about who the might play after they crush Atlanta.

    They have played both teams and beaten both teams this year.

    I'm wondering if SF and GB are worried about Seattle as they play each other knowing that the winner this weekend will be winning a chance at getting to play the most feared defense in the NFL next.
     
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    You know they are.Seattle beat themselves earlier when they lost to the niners in San Fran.they gave that game away.Plus Wilson was playing with a handicap at that time and they are a much different team than before.Plus that idiot Harbaugh is going to make Kapernick,a player that has no playoff experience and has only started like 5 games the starter.Once he gets in the playoffs and has to face real competition,he'll choke.

    I dont expect them to get past the packers.Plus the Packers know if they win,they will have to go up to Seattle again and play them and again,the Hawks are a much better team then they were when they first played them at the start of the season so you know they are worried as well.
     
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    CK had a deer in the headlights look on his face early on in the 42-17 spanking SF recieved in CenturyLink 3 weeks ago. I'm sure that game is still fresh in the 9ers minds.

    Arron Rodgers has tons of playoff experience but spent a lot of his last meeting with the Hawks on his back. I don't think GB fears the Seahawks like SF does. It was a close game and Wilson was still wearing his training wheels. We won't need any hail mary's again against the Packers..but it would be fun up by 4 TDs with a minute left to do it anyway. Just for laughs and old times..:lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Seattle is the 5th seed and the 6th seed Vikings are gone. No matter who they play, no one is going to have to play in Seattle in these playoffs. :tongue:
     
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    Neither GB nor SF know anything of the sort. I doubt the players on either team are certain Seattle is going to go to Atlanta and win. Especially with their best pass-rusher gone.

    I wouldn't be surprised if players from both teams are hopeful to face Seattle, wanting a chance at revenge for their previous losses. It might not be a good plan, but I imagine most NFL players have a lot of pride and would want to show they are the better team.

    Plus they won't have to play them in Seattle. :lol:
     
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    What is it with you guys and "playing in Seattle"? It's not like the Seahawks have some special underwear like the Mormans they wear for home games...:lol:
     
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    Every team probably prefers playing at home, and Seattle happens to be one of the harder places to play because of the noise. They have also been a far more successful home team than road team. It's just a bit of an edge.
     
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    Also, I'm pretty sure the Hawks themselves have touted how much better it is to play at home for them, the whole '12th man' thing, yadda yadda. ;)
     
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    It's weird. Ya get em two steps outta CenturyLink and they are all drinkin latte's and are the most polite people in the country. :lol:
     
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    I doubt GB is looking ahead....They've been there, done that so often that they surely know to just take one game at a time......SF?....possibly. They're a young team.

    SF should be most worried about containing Clay Matthews.....If he gets to that young QB early, and unloads a couple o' snot knockers on 'em, you just may see the youngster and team go into panic mode......SF's ends are going to have their hands full, and had better come ready to play.
     

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