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(ESPN)   CAN the Bears survive without Jay Cutler? WILL the 49ers tie their second game in a row? IS AMERICA READY for a "Battle of the Backup Quarterbacks"? THIS is YOUR Monday Night Football Discussion Thread (Kickoff @ 8:30 EST/5:30 Pacific on ESPN)   (scores.espn.go.com) divider line 791
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2012-11-19 04:17:01 PM  
LET'S GO TIE! XD

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2012-11-19 04:23:09 PM  
This game is probably going to suck balls.

/GO BEARS
 
2012-11-19 04:39:34 PM  
I don't know but Tony Romo still sucks...

Not a fan of Cutler. The Bears need a franchise QB .. seriously. This QB swap nonsense going on for the past decade or two is ridicules.

SF defense is probably not even going to allow a TD. I expect a low point game with maybe 2 TDs by SF and a bunch of kicks by the Bears. We'll see. SF wins by 14 IMHO.
 
2012-11-19 05:04:20 PM  
If the Niners' O-Line can protect Kaepernick decently--unlike when he was in the game last week and the line often resembled turnstiles rather than blockers--he may show the world something, even against a very good Bears defense. He has a strong arm, but if he starts feeling the pressure too much, he'll just take off running instead of toughing it out in the pocket, which is fine for an occasional play to keep the defense on their toes, but doesn't fool anybody when he goes to it too much--as he seems to do whenever he feels any pressure. There were a few plays last week when he had guys wide open downfield but didn't look to them because his first instinct was to run when he felt pressure--for example, on the last drive in regulation when they tied it on a FG, he took off running (but only picked up a couple of years) when had Gore wide open for a sure first down and possible TD that would've won the game in regulation.

I have no idea what's going to happen tonight. Either team could win a close one, or it could be a blowout (though if does turn out to be a blowout, I think it's more likely to be one in favor of the Niners rather than the Bears with Kaepernick having a big game for his debut start--unless of course Kaepernick decides to throw a few picks into the Bears' secondary, which is also a possibility). I'm glad I don't have any money riding on this one.
 
2012-11-19 05:09:46 PM  

Relatively Obscure: This game is probably going to suck balls.


I'm not so sure about that. Whenever a first-string QB goes down, it seems that his team more often than not has one very good game behind the back-up, under what a friend of mine calls the "Rally 'Round the Quarterback" phenomenon (often leading to talk about how the back-up is a previously-undiscovered gem and has a bright future ahead, which usually vanishes over the next few games when the guy comes out and absolutely sucks donkey balls). With both teams starting back-ups at QB, it could be wildly unpredictable, and possibly entertaining. We'll see.
 
2012-11-19 05:15:50 PM  

Cyberluddite:
I have no idea what's going to happen tonight. Either team could win a close one, or it could be a blowout (though if does turn out to be a blowout, I think it's more likely to be one in favor of the Niners rather than the Bears with Kaepernick having a big game for his debut start--unless of course Kaepernick decides to throw a few picks into the Bears' secondary, which is also a possibility). I'm glad I don't have any money riding on this one.



Kaepernick's been getting practice reps, and has had an extra day to prepare. I think he'll do decently, and probably have a few highlight moments.

He needs the practice anyways - it's becoming obvious the Niners are looking for him to be Smith's long-term replacement. They need to use high draft picks at other positions in the next few years, not QB (DE, when Justin Smith finally wears down, for example, and more O-line depth).
 
2012-11-19 05:16:48 PM  

Relatively Obscure: This game is probably going to suck balls.


No shiat - probably less than 400 combined yards of offense, a total 17 to 20 points, a combined seven turnovers and nine QB sacks. We'll see.
 
2012-11-19 05:46:22 PM  

tnpir: Relatively Obscure: This game is probably going to suck balls.

No shiat - probably less than 400 combined yards of offense, a total 17 to 20 points, a combined seven turnovers and nine QB sacks. We'll see.


I think Bears have the advantage at the backup QB position.
 
2012-11-19 05:52:25 PM  

Cyberluddite: If the Niners' O-Line can protect Kaepernick decently--unlike when he was in the game last week and the line often resembled turnstiles rather than blockers--he may show the world something, even against a very good Bears defense. He has a strong arm, but if he starts feeling the pressure too much, he'll just take off running instead of toughing it out in the pocket, which is fine for an occasional play to keep the defense on their toes, but doesn't fool anybody when he goes to it too much--as he seems to do whenever he feels any pressure. There were a few plays last week when he had guys wide open downfield but didn't look to them because his first instinct was to run when he felt pressure--for example, on the last drive in regulation when they tied it on a FG, he took off running (but only picked up a couple of years) when had Gore wide open for a sure first down and possible TD that would've won the game in regulation.

I have no idea what's going to happen tonight. Either team could win a close one, or it could be a blowout (though if does turn out to be a blowout, I think it's more likely to be one in favor of the Niners rather than the Bears with Kaepernick having a big game for his debut start--unless of course Kaepernick decides to throw a few picks into the Bears' secondary, which is also a possibility). I'm glad I don't have any money riding on this one.


Kapernick will probably do better than Campbell. More game tape exists of Campbell than Kapernick The 'rally around the QB' phenomena I think is a result of having a scouting report or not on the opposing QB. While Kapernick was a scramble under pressure guy last week, Campbell was a check down under pressure guy. We'll see what happens but Whatever the under is for this game I'll take it.
 
2012-11-19 06:30:21 PM  

Cyberluddite: Relatively Obscure: This game is probably going to suck balls.

I'm not so sure about that. Whenever a first-string QB goes down, it seems that his team more often than not has one very good game behind the back-up, under what a friend of mine calls the "Rally 'Round the Quarterback" phenomenon (often leading to talk about how the back-up is a previously-undiscovered gem and has a bright future ahead, which usually vanishes over the next few games when the guy comes out and absolutely sucks donkey balls). With both teams starting back-ups at QB, it could be wildly unpredictable, and possibly entertaining. We'll see.


With both offences weaker than a couple of weeks ago, does the defence become a bigger factor? If so Bears.
 
2012-11-19 06:41:24 PM  
With Kaepernick starting for the 49ers, both teams ought to run either a triple option or wildcat. It's not like there will be more than 100 passing yards on either side.
 
2012-11-19 06:42:26 PM  

Tigger: With both offences weaker than a couple of weeks ago, does the defence become a bigger factor? If so Bears.


I'm not necessarily convinced that the Niners' offense is weaker with Kaepernick at QB than with Alex Smith. Some might argue that it's stronger--at least potentially (though one would have to think that Smith would be more consistent than Kaepernick, but Kaepernick can certainly some do some things Smith can't).

Also, it's worth noting that only one team in the NFL has given up fewer points than the Bears at this point in the season. Which defense is that? Why, it's the San Francisco 49ers, as a matter of fact. It's close, though--opponents have scored an average of 14.8 points per game against the Bears, and 14.1 against the Niners.
 
2012-11-19 06:49:39 PM  

Cyberluddite: Tigger: With both offences weaker than a couple of weeks ago, does the defence become a bigger factor? If so Bears.

I'm not necessarily convinced that the Niners' offense is weaker with Kaepernick at QB than with Alex Smith. Some might argue that it's stronger--at least potentially (though one would have to think that Smith would be more consistent than Kaepernick, but Kaepernick can certainly some do some things Smith can't).

Also, it's worth noting that only one team in the NFL has given up fewer points than the Bears at this point in the season. Which defense is that? Why, it's the San Francisco 49ers, as a matter of fact. It's close, though--opponents have scored an average of 14.8 points per game against the Bears, and 14.1 against the Niners.


Niners D is superb for sure. I think on balance I would still take the Bears D given their ability to score as well as miinimise yardage.
 
2012-11-19 06:50:41 PM  

Tigger: With both offences weaker than a couple of weeks ago, does the defence become a bigger factor? If so Bears.


I don't know.. I think the SF defense is a machine. To me they seem to react to offensive strategy much faster than the Bears. They're a lot more flexible when I watch their defense. In fact I'm going to have to watch them vs. the Saints on Sunday. Not really looking forward to it.

/Romo sucks
 
2012-11-19 06:51:00 PM  
Weird stats & stuff, week 11 style:

-Even with the Houston Texans--2nd-best in point differential--in the division, AFC South teams have collectively been outscored by 154 points this season.
-Only three teams are still undefeated at home: Baltimore, Atlanta, and Seattle. The Texans are the only team remaining with a perfect road record.
-On the flip side, just two teams are still looking for their first home win of the season: Jacksonville and Kansas City.
-Proving that you need an elite quarterback to score consistently in this league, the top 5 scoring teams feature names like Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Drew Brees under center. Oh, and also Matt Schaub and Josh Freeman.
-Jaguars fans rejoice! After that Chad Henne-led scoring orgy yesterday, your team has now vaulted all the way up to 29th in points/game! Chiefs fans, step away from the window.
-Three running backs (Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch, Doug Martin) have broken the 1,000-yard rushing barrier already. Ten teams have not.
-Your NFL leaders in rushing touchdowns? Believe it or not, the New England Patriots (with 4 more than any other team).
-Another stat which bodes well for the Patriots: they have the fewest punts in the league so far, with only 34 through 10 games. Arizona has almost doubled them up, with 67.
-Want to know the reason for that huge punting disparity? New England leads the league in 3rd down conversion percentage (51.1), while the Cards rank dead last (28.2).
-Ready for some thrill-a-minute Monday Night Football? Better wait for another week...San Francisco and Chicago both rank in the bottom five when it comes to passing yards/game. And that's without taking injuries at quarterback into account.
-Three quarterbacks have gone over 3,000 yards apiece through the air so far. If you think Drew Brees is one of them, you're right. If you think Matt Ryan and Carson Palmer are the other two, you're crazy also right.
-Houston's Arian Foster leads the league in rushing touchdowns with 10. No other player has more than 7 TDs on the ground, and only 6 other players have more than 5.
-Cleveland's Phil Dawson is still perfect this season: 19/19 on field goals and 18/18 on PATs.
-The league's worst punter this season, in terms of yards/punt, is actually Ben Roethlisberger (1 punt for 26 yards).

And that'll have to do it for this week because nfl.com changed up their format so I can no longer sort by column, and espn.com just went down.
 
2012-11-19 06:55:58 PM  

GAT_00: With Kaepernick starting for the 49ers, both teams ought to run either a triple option or wildcat. It's not like there will be more than 100 passing yards on either side.


I'm guessing that if there were a way to look into a crystal ball and accurate predict how each would do if they were given a chance to start a given game this year, on average Smith would have a higher completion percentage (and much lower number of interceptions), but Kaepernick would throw for more yards. Alex Smith simply can't throw the ball down the field the way Kaepernick can, though he makes better decisions (and protects the ball) and is more accurate on short and medium passes. So I guess what I'm saying is that unless you think that the Niners wouldn't even get close to 100 yards passing with Smith at QB, they sure as hell will with Kaepernick.
 
2012-11-19 07:01:25 PM  

Cyberluddite: I'm guessing that if there were a way to look into a crystal ball and accurate predict how each would do if they were given a chance to start a given game this year, on average Smith would have a higher completion percentage (and much lower number of interceptions), but Kaepernick would throw for more yards. Alex Smith simply can't throw the ball down the field the way Kaepernick can, though he makes better decisions (and protects the ball) and is more accurate on short and medium passes. So I guess what I'm saying is that unless you think that the Niners wouldn't even get close to 100 yards passing with Smith at QB, they sure as hell will with Kaepernick.


Kaepernick's ability to run with the ball also forces Chicago's defense to worry about one more thing whenever they're on the field. While Smith is hardly immobile himself Kaepernick can take it to an entirely different level. That could open up additional holes for Gore & other backs and/or result in more space for the receivers when San Fran does decide to pass.

All that said, I still think we're in for a boring, low-scoring game which the Niners will eventually put away as it gets into the fourth quarter.
 
2012-11-19 07:03:41 PM  

Cyberluddite: GAT_00: With Kaepernick starting for the 49ers, both teams ought to run either a triple option or wildcat. It's not like there will be more than 100 passing yards on either side.

I'm guessing that if there were a way to look into a crystal ball and accurate predict how each would do if they were given a chance to start a given game this year, on average Smith would have a higher completion percentage (and much lower number of interceptions), but Kaepernick would throw for more yards. Alex Smith simply can't throw the ball down the field the way Kaepernick can, though he makes better decisions (and protects the ball) and is more accurate on short and medium passes. So I guess what I'm saying is that unless you think that the Niners wouldn't even get close to 100 yards passing with Smith at QB, they sure as hell will with Kaepernick.


Smith is a far better QB than people give him credit for.
 
2012-11-19 07:23:45 PM  

Harv72b: Cyberluddite: I'm guessing that if there were a way to look into a crystal ball and accurate predict how each would do if they were given a chance to start a given game this year, on average Smith would have a higher completion percentage (and much lower number of interceptions), but Kaepernick would throw for more yards. Alex Smith simply can't throw the ball down the field the way Kaepernick can, though he makes better decisions (and protects the ball) and is more accurate on short and medium passes. So I guess what I'm saying is that unless you think that the Niners wouldn't even get close to 100 yards passing with Smith at QB, they sure as hell will with Kaepernick.

Kaepernick's ability to run with the ball also forces Chicago's defense to worry about one more thing whenever they're on the field. While Smith is hardly immobile himself Kaepernick can take it to an entirely different level. That could open up additional holes for Gore & other backs and/or result in more space for the receivers when San Fran does decide to pass.

All that said, I still think we're in for a boring, low-scoring game which the Niners will eventually put away as it gets into the fourth quarter.


Uh, that defense is scary so it won't matter if he can run or not. May save his life, though.
 
2012-11-19 07:31:07 PM  

Nadie_AZ: Uh, that defense is scary so it won't matter if he can run or not. May save his life, though.


Even the 2000 Ravens (and I don't care what anyone says, they were the best defense EVER!!!1!) gave up 36 points in their first game against Jacksonville. Not that either quarterback is on the level of Mark Brunell in his prime (I can't believe I just typed that), but still.
 
2012-11-19 07:33:24 PM  
I hope everyone is wrong and the game is exciting. I especially want to see Kaepernick play exceptionally well.
 
2012-11-19 07:37:24 PM  

nvmac: I hope everyone is wrong and the game is exciting. I especially want to see Kaepernick play exceptionally well.



I want to see the shotgun more often, that's for damned sure.

Kaepernick is mostly uncomfortable playing under center - something it took Smith years to adjust to, coming out of a spread offense.
 
2012-11-19 07:45:26 PM  
I fully expect the 9ers defense to keep the Jason Campbell Experience in check. I wouldn't be at all surprised if the Bears offense doesn't score a touchdown today.

On the other hand, I also wouldn't be shocked if the Bears defense outscores the 9ers offense. Surprised, but not shocked.

But in reality, I expect it to go SF 17-13 CHI
 
2012-11-19 07:46:23 PM  

nvmac: I hope everyone is wrong and the game is exciting. I especially want to see Kaepernick play exceptionally well.


Well, as I said above, I wouldn't be surprised to see it turn out to be an interesting game. And if Kaepernick plays well, it certainly will be. Sure, given the level of the competition here, he's not going to look as dominant at this point as he did when he played for Nevada, but with some experience I definitely think he has the makings of a quality NFL quarterback, so I'm happy to see him get some of that experience now.
 
2012-11-19 07:47:09 PM  
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\just want a solid defensive performance to bolster my =/- in fantasy football. :P
 
2012-11-19 07:47:53 PM  
(+/-, not =/-. Damn the Add Comment button for tempting me so soon!)
 
2012-11-19 07:47:57 PM  
Niners have a better running game due to superior oline.

Gore is good, not great. I'd take Bush/Forte any day.

TE edge goes to SF, obviously.

SF defense very good, but Bears D is great, AND high scoring.

Kicking game solid for both, but better ST play from Bears. More dependable, fewer mistakes. Consistently better feild position, and high scoring. Edge goes to Da Bears.

Bears oline is ass.

TE's are meh.

Bears WRs not so good in total but Marshall is a beast.

Campbell is a better QB than Kaepernick.

Edge: Bears.

(I took Chicago in my money poll today as well)
 
2012-11-19 07:48:50 PM  
Can't believe I'm saying this but go BEARS

Stop Gore
Get to Smith= win
 
2012-11-19 07:50:11 PM  
This game should be broadcast in black and white.
 
2012-11-19 07:50:39 PM  
Fark the niners.

/GO BEARS!
 
2012-11-19 07:51:18 PM  

litespeed74: Can't believe I'm saying this but go BEARS

Stop Gore
Get to Smith= win


You know Smith isn't playing tonight, right?
 
2012-11-19 07:51:47 PM  

litespeed74: Can't believe I'm saying this but go BEARS

Stop Gore
Get to Smith= win


Get to Smith = 15 yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct and automatic ejection from the game, for hitting the guy on the sideline wearing a baseball cap and carrying a clipboard.
 
2012-11-19 07:52:58 PM  

Cyberluddite: litespeed74: Can't believe I'm saying this but go BEARS

Stop Gore
Get to Smith= win

Get to Smith = 15 yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct and automatic ejection from the game, for hitting the guy on the sideline wearing a baseball cap and carrying a clipboard.


So ... worth it.
 
2012-11-19 07:53:04 PM  

Cyberluddite: litespeed74: Can't believe I'm saying this but go BEARS

Stop Gore
Get to Smith= win

Get to Smith = 15 yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct and automatic ejection from the game, for hitting the guy on the sideline wearing a baseball cap and carrying a clipboard.


Naw.

Hit a ball carrier hard enough to tiddlywink 'im INTO Smiff, that way no ejection.
 
2012-11-19 07:53:16 PM  
Bears defense: 21
49ers defense: 9
 
2012-11-19 07:55:50 PM  
There're good and bad consequences for the Seahawks no matter who wins, so I'll say GO BEARS because fark Harbaugh.
 
2012-11-19 07:56:30 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: This game should be broadcast in black and white.


Adjust your TV settings.
 
2012-11-19 07:56:31 PM  
I need SF to hold Forte to
 
2012-11-19 07:56:38 PM  
This game is either going to be really boring or an epic Jake standoff. I can't wait.
 
2012-11-19 07:57:21 PM  
Wow, apparently Fark hates the less than sign. Now I just look dumb, and that was a long, extremely interesting post. Oh well.
 
2012-11-19 07:57:39 PM  
Anyone ever try Elmer T. Glee bourbon? I usually get Blanton's once a month, and there was a pretty young lady giving shots of some god awful bourbon for free at the liquor store tonight. I told her i didn't like it, but at least she got me in a bourbon mood. The liquor store owner tried to get me to purchase another blantons, but i told him I couldn't afford it this month. Then he sold me a 750 ml for $20 to try it out. It's football night, so I will bust out the shot glass.

/Need it today after hearing about Gronk
 
2012-11-19 07:58:08 PM  
Go Bears D/ST!
I'm not done crushing my FF enemies!

www.chicagohoneybears.net
 
2012-11-19 07:58:19 PM  
Huh. SF still favored by 3.5. Can't see that.


Gonna pick CHI with a mild upset. yeah, Kaepernick will permit the 49ers to give different looks and packages, but he's already been used in a quasi-wildcat this season. Chicago will figure that shiat out in no time.

Chicago, 10 at least.
 
2012-11-19 07:58:19 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: This game is either going to be really boring or an epic Jake standoff. I can't wait.


I don't think anyone can overtake Ryan this week. Wait, he won so he is ineligible.
 
2012-11-19 07:59:23 PM  
My predictions for tonight's game:

Jason Campbell will be hit so hard that when he regains consciousness he will be under the assumption that he is still playing for Auburn, and that the 49ers are actually the Warhawks of the University of Louisiana-Monroe. He will call them "Warchickens", and strut around, clucking incessantly. Brian Urlacher will be arrested by stadium security when he throws a folding chair at a 49ers fan who calls him "Cryin' Earlicker". With 3:49 remaining in the second quarter, Mario Manningham will be hit with sudden knowledge enabling him to create a perpetual motion machine, and he will quickly sprint into the locker room to draw it out on the greaseboard before he forgets it.

During the halftime show, Steve Young will become enraged with Stuart Scott over an asphalt-related comment and hit him in the face with a hardcopy first edition of Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past, the after-effects of which will give Scott the amazing superhuman ability to shake exactly two aspirin pills out of the bottle at all times.

In second half action, David Akers will miss six consecutive 17-yard field goal attempts. Robbie Gould will be sent onto the field to attempt a 68-yard field goal, but will elope with Bloomberg Television political analyst Margaret Carlson and immediately leave the game, leaving the kick the responsibility of Adam Podlesh, who will kick it the wrong way. Colin Kaepernick will spend the entire game enraging the Bears' defensive line by making disparaging comments about former U.S. President William Henry Harrison's mother. This will provide the 49ers the edge they need to win the game.

Final Score: San Francisco 21, Chicago 10
 
2012-11-19 07:59:43 PM  

antidisestablishmentarianism: Incorrigible Astronaut: This game is either going to be really boring or an epic Jake standoff. I can't wait.

I don't think anyone can overtake Ryan this week. Wait, he won so he is ineligible.


Yea, the QBs tonight would have to be pretty unLucky to win the Jake this week.
 
2012-11-19 08:00:45 PM  
Alls I know is I need 31.25PTS from Forte
 
2012-11-19 08:00:55 PM  
i need about 22 total points from julius peppers and charles tilman. let's do this.
 
2012-11-19 08:02:08 PM  

seventypercent: My predictions for tonight's game:

Jason Campbell will be hit so hard that when he regains consciousness he will be under the assumption that he is still playing for Auburn, and that the 49ers are actually the Warhawks of the University of Louisiana-Monroe. He will call them "Warchickens", and strut around, clucking incessantly. Brian Urlacher will be arrested by stadium security when he throws a folding chair at a 49ers fan who calls him "Cryin' Earlicker". With 3:49 remaining in the second quarter, Mario Manningham will be hit with sudden knowledge enabling him to create a perpetual motion machine, and he will quickly sprint into the locker room to draw it out on the greaseboard before he forgets it.

During the halftime show, Steve Young will become enraged with Stuart Scott over an asphalt-related comment and hit him in the face with a hardcopy first edition of Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past, the after-effects of which will give Scott the amazing superhuman ability to shake exactly two aspirin pills out of the bottle at all times.

In second half action, David Akers will miss six consecutive 17-yard field goal attempts. Robbie Gould will be sent onto the field to attempt a 68-yard field goal, but will elope with Bloomberg Television political analyst Margaret Carlson and immediately leave the game, leaving the kick the responsibility of Adam Podlesh, who will kick it the wrong way. Colin Kaepernick will spend the entire game enraging the Bears' defensive line by making disparaging comments about former U.S. President William Henry Harrison's mother. This will provide the 49ers the edge they need to win the game.

Final Score: San Francisco 21, Chicago 10


That was worth reading even with this headache I can't shake.
 
2012-11-19 08:03:29 PM  

seventypercent: My predictions for tonight's game:

Jason Campbell will be hit so hard that when he regains consciousness he will be under the assumption that he is still playing for Auburn, and that the 49ers are actually the Warhawks of the University of Louisiana-Monroe. He will call them "Warchickens", and strut around, clucking incessantly. Brian Urlacher will be arrested by stadium security when he throws a folding chair at a 49ers fan who calls him "Cryin' Earlicker". With 3:49 remaining in the second quarter, Mario Manningham will be hit with sudden knowledge enabling him to create a perpetual motion machine, and he will quickly sprint into the locker room to draw it out on the greaseboard before he forgets it.

During the halftime show, Steve Young will become enraged with Stuart Scott over an asphalt-related comment and hit him in the face with a hardcopy first edition of Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past, the after-effects of which will give Scott the amazing superhuman ability to shake exactly two aspirin pills out of the bottle at all times.

In second half action, David Akers will miss six consecutive 17-yard field goal attempts. Robbie Gould will be sent onto the field to attempt a 68-yard field goal, but will elope with Bloomberg Television political analyst Margaret Carlson and immediately leave the game, leaving the kick the responsibility of Adam Podlesh, who will kick it the wrong way. Colin Kaepernick will spend the entire game enraging the Bears' defensive line by making disparaging comments about former U.S. President William Henry Harrison's mother. This will provide the 49ers the edge they need to win the game.

Final Score: San Francisco 21, Chicago 10




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