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  • #91
    Seahawks 3-13
    Die hard 49ers fan for over 20 years.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by Borat Sagdiyev View Post
      No offense taken since the joke apparently is on you. We just screw around with sarcasm in the NFC West thread. Now go take your serious takes back to the NFC South thread and tell everyone how we all agreed that Carolina would go 0-16 this year.
      I apologize for not reading the rest of the thread, but next time, try not to act like an asshole.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by BlindSite View Post
        I apologize for not reading the rest of the thread, but next time, try not to act like an asshole.
        Ahaha. No problem. I think you're still not getting it.
        The Brian Sabean sig is no more. I disagreed with you on so many levels. And then you went out and built a dynasty. I am lame.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Borat Sagdiyev View Post
          Ahaha. No problem. I think you're still not getting it.
          Yeah, you're just not getting it you silly NFC South fan. Anyone who knows anything about anything knows that that NFC West is going to prove to be the greatest division in NFL history, somehow getting 4 playoff teams. That's right, FOUR!!!

          I am done arguing, until somebody says something stupid.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by nfrillman View Post
            Yeah, you're just not getting it you silly NFC South fan. Anyone who knows anything about anything knows that that NFC West is going to prove to be the greatest division in NFL history, somehow getting 4 playoff teams. That's right, FOUR!!!
            ya, 4 teams! ok, maybe only 3 cuz the cardinals still suck

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            • #96
              Why all the hate for the Seahawks?

              thanks Bengals1690

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              • #97
                Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
                Sorry but the Seahawks are on their way down. This is wrong... I wouldnt be surprised if they are last in the division.

                The Seahawks won the division last year with Matt Hasselback and Shaun Alexander missing alot of time, and playing with injuries alot. Hasselbeck missed 4 games and was playing through the injury in probably 4 other games. Shaun Alexander missed like 8 games and tbe crack in his foot was there from like week 6 to the end of the season. Deion Branch never got on the same page with Hasselbeck because he did not get to the team til week 3 then Hasselbeck got the injuries. I exect the line also to play far better than last year. I think the entire O will play better. The D should be better next season as well. The addition of Kerney should help the Dline and Tapp should be better in his 2nd season. If Tubbs can stay healthy that would be a huge help, but thats unlikely. The LBs have got to be a top 5 group in the NFL, Peterson, Tatupu, Hill. The secondary has been cause for concern but with some nice additions in the offseason, I think Seattle should be fine. Trufant will hopefully live up to his potential, Kelly Jennings should improve in his second year, Josh Wilson should provide some depth. Jordan Babineaux is reallyt underrated and plays all around the secondary with some new Safties signed he will probably help the CBs out. Deon Grant and Brian Russell are slated to start and they should be an upgrade, atleast in coverage. Seahawks have great Saftey depth with Michael Boulware, Mike Green, and possibly Babineaux.

                thanks Bengals1690

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by 23trufant View Post
                  Why all the hate for the Seahawks?
                  They are the champs and we are not, so we are in a way, jealous little bastards.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by rainbeaukid2 View Post
                    ya, 4 teams! ok, maybe only 3 cuz the cardinals still suck
                    Least we forget?

                    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...50264238875744

                    Still good enough to own your team 4 times in a row. Talk is cheap, you haven't proven anything yet.
                    Last edited by RedAttack; 06-16-2007, 06:20 PM.

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                    • Originally posted by RedAttack View Post
                      Least we forget?

                      http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...50264238875744

                      Still good enough to own your team 4 times in a row. Talk is cheap, you haven't proven anything yet.
                      lol, the video's epic music to underscore Arizona beating an eventual 7-9 team is pretty ridiculous. You'd think they were crushing the playoff hopes of the Patriots or Colts or something.

                      The fact that the Cardinals have won the last four doesn't concern me that much. The defense should be better able to match up with the big receivers now with an improved secondary and pass rush, and if the offense continues to improve, SF should at least be able to get a season split.

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                      • How did you exactly improve the pass rush? Not a single player on the 49ers roster recorded anything above 6.5 sacks last year.

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                        • Originally posted by RedAttack View Post
                          How did you exactly improve the pass rush? Not a single player on the 49ers roster recorded anything above 6.5 sacks last year.
                          You're in for a big surprise if you think Nolan isn't currently laying the foundation for a dominating defense. Introduce yourself to the player profiles of Manny Lawson and Patrick Willis sometime. I'm pretty sure guys like Leinart are already well aware. From where I sit, that 9er team is improving as fast as any in the league. If I were forced to put money on which team will win that division the most times in the next 5 years, it would be the 9ers.

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                          • Yeah, Manny Lawson and Patrick Willis could be good players in time.

                            But, where did they exactly improve their pass rush? Lawson was pushed around last year and Willis is going to play inside.

                            SF is going to continue to struggle with the 3-4 until they can generate pressure on a regular basis. They have yet to do anything that can fix that problem.

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                            • Originally posted by RedAttack View Post
                              Yeah, Manny Lawson and Patrick Willis could be good players in time.

                              But, where did they exactly improve their pass rush? Lawson was pushed around last year and Willis is going to play inside.

                              SF is going to continue to struggle with the 3-4 until they can generate pressure on a regular basis. They have yet to do anything that can fix that problem.
                              I think that remains to be seen. They have been making a lot of changes to their roster, and it appears as though Nolan knows what the hell he's doing. I know he has that team headed in the right direction, and I'm sure he is well aware of the need for a consistent pass rush. Let's let him get his pieces in place, and then evaluate the pass rush. You don't necessarily need to sign new pass rush specialists to improve your pass rush. Sometimes it's the other cogs that aren't working correctly. Ray Lewis didn't look so hot when the Ravens were missing those big boys up front. Remember? I hate the 9ers with a passion, but I'm a fan of what Nolan has been doing down there. All I can say is just wait and see. I can't tell you what they've done to fix the rush because I haven't seen this years edition yet.

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                              • Originally posted by RedAttack View Post
                                Yeah, Manny Lawson and Patrick Willis could be good players in time.

                                But, where did they exactly improve their pass rush? Lawson was pushed around last year and Willis is going to play inside.

                                SF is going to continue to struggle with the 3-4 until they can generate pressure on a regular basis. They have yet to do anything that can fix that problem.
                                Lawson hardly ever blitzed.. I don't know where you're getting your pushed around info at. The only guy who was blitzed on a regular basis was Brandon Moore.. and he had 6.5 sacks in 11 starts as a strong side linebacker out of his natural inside position that he's gonna be in as the center piece for most of the blitz packages this year. Where the improvement will come from is in the switch to the 3-4. Considering we ran a 4-3 with Bryant Young and Melvin Oliver at the ends all of last year. Adding a NT makes it possible for Manny Lawson Roderick Green Parys Haralson and Tully Banta-Cain to rush the passer more instead of dropping back in to coverage more if they were in the 4-3. But you're right that the production isn't there but on paper it does look improved.. but then again it could be the same paper that has been saying the Cardinals are a playoff team for the past couple of years. And if thats the case.. we're screwed.

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