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(SFGate)   Because the Super Bowl was such a lopsided game, that means the San Francisco 49ers are the second-best team in the league   (sfgate.com) divider line 95
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2014-02-04 12:32:20 PM  

AdamK: Nana's Vibrator: The 49ers represent a tougher matchup for Seattle in both how they are built and in familiarity.  But with that, while the 49ers were technically top 4 due to making the NFC championship game, they're probably closer to 5 or 6 as far as this year went performance and roster-wise.  Still a very good team with another shot at a SB next year.

 - and keep in mind that if Denver played Seattle again 5 times, not one of those games would be as big a stinkbomb as they laid down on Sunday.  NFL games in any situation are rarely that bad.

i'd agree about a 5-6 based on "on paper" strength, but based on performance this year? easily #2, dunno how anybody can deny how well they played down the stretch

i mean who would you list ahead of them? Denver? prior to the super bowl maybe... but New Orleans? nah, Carolina? nope, Philadelphia? nope... forget the AFC


Yes, paper.  That was the point.  They ended up in the NFC Championship, of course you give them the 3 or 4.  I said that.  And if that's what we're doing, yes, Denver, New England, Carolina, and Philadelphia were ahead of them, with New Orleans not far behind them.  Now without Navarro Bowman?  That's a cliff dive.
 
2014-02-04 12:38:26 PM  

mjohnson71: The NFC West:
Seahawks: won the Super Bowl this year
49ers: played in NFC championship game this year and Super Bowl last year
Rams: quickly rebuilding with a very young team
Cardinals: almost same situation as Rams

This division could be brutal next year.


Not to mention that the Cards finished just outside the playoffs with 10 wins.
 
2014-02-04 12:39:00 PM  

wiseolddude: So Colin is growing up, that is good. Seeing him in the post game interview with his over sized hat on backwards and crooked and headphones around his neck, made him look like a street punk.


Oh no....not a street punk...

/never get tired of this one

i1168.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-04 12:42:51 PM  

wiseolddude: So Colin is growing up, that is good. Seeing him in the post game interview with his over sized hat on backwards and crooked and headphones around his neck, made him look like a street punk.


Meanwhile every other QB was wearing a suit and tie.
 
2014-02-04 12:43:24 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: And if that's what we're doing, yes, Denver, New England, Carolina, and Philadelphia were ahead of them, with New Orleans not far behind them.


Well that's a batsh*t insane take.
 
2014-02-04 12:44:55 PM  

mjohnson71: Meanwhile every other QB was wearing a suit and tie.


In fairness, Russell Wilson DOES do that.

/hell, he was sitting courtside with Jay-Z the next day...wearing a suit and tie.
//Russell, I know that sh*t isn't comfortable, you can take a little bit of a break from being Mr. Perfect
 
2014-02-04 12:46:37 PM  

IAmRight: Richard Sherman agrees. As does anyone who watched football this year.

Nana's Vibrator: But with that, while the 49ers were technically top 4 due to making the NFC championship game, they're probably closer to 5 or 6 as far as this year went performance and roster-wise.  Still a very good team with another shot at a SB next year.

You're out of your mind.

These are the five best teams in some order (listed in the order I'd have them): Seattle, San Francisco, Carolina, Denver, New Orleans.

Oh, and no, getting to the final in a tournament does not make you the de facto second-best team. Hell, winning the title doesn't make you the best team - it just makes you champions, people.


So getting to the championship game doesn't make you the best or 2nd best, getting to the NFC championship this year doesn't make you 3rd/4th best.  I'm with you.  The way SF performed over the year against the schedule they played (New Orleans and Carolina both had tougher schedules), San Fran is #6 by that measure.  You're making my point.

Again, San Fran is a matchup nightmare for Seattle, that doesn't make them universally the 2nd best team.  And to reiterate, take out Navarro Bowman and we might not even be talking about #6.
 
2014-02-04 12:48:33 PM  

IAmRight: Nana's Vibrator: And if that's what we're doing, yes, Denver, New England, Carolina, and Philadelphia were ahead of them, with New Orleans not far behind them.

Well that's a batsh*t insane take.


Now you're just antagonizing me.  I'm happy for you and Seattle that your team won.
 
2014-02-04 12:49:22 PM  

IAmRight: mjohnson71: Meanwhile every other QB was wearing a suit and tie.

In fairness, Russell Wilson DOES do that.


Didn't know that.

Almost makes you wonder if the NFL will go with a dress code: at least for QBs.
 
2014-02-04 12:53:59 PM  

mjohnson71: The NFC West:
Seahawks: won the Super Bowl this year
49ers: played in NFC championship game this year and Super Bowl last year
Rams: quickly rebuilding with a very young team
Cardinals: almost same situation as Rams

This division could be brutal next year.


COULD?

You have a knack for understatement, sir!
 
2014-02-04 01:12:44 PM  

FormlessOne: The Gentleman Caller: Broncos fan here. How could you deny that headline at all?

Because reality says otherwise? Sure, the Broncos got a hard second place - let's face it, the 49ers still ended up tied for third with the Patriots. You can argue numbers all you like, but at the end of the day, that's how this year's post-season ended, no matter how you try to polish that turd.

Suck it, Forty-whiners. You didn't make the cut. Stop trying to make it all about you.


Even as a Giants fan, I'm gonna have to call complete and utter bullshiat on your part.

Reality says: Seahawks, 'Niners, Broncos, Pats.  Seahawks or Niners v. Broncos or Pats is a blowout.
 
2014-02-04 01:16:23 PM  

mentallo69: Seahawks fan here, and I would boldly agree. The Niners are a great team and I think they would have slaughtered the Broncos. The 49ers are very similar to the Hawks and with the Rams and Cardinals all getting better. I think the next 3/5 super bowls will be won by the NFC West


I wouldn't like to be the AFC division that has to face the NFC West next season.  Those are four tough games they'll have to play.
 
2014-02-04 01:17:12 PM  
kaep is "growing up" because he's angling for a contract. he's still a piece of shiat. he's just listening to his agents right now.

go kiss your bicep and post pics of your shoes. while russell is probably studying film RIGHT NOW.
 
2014-02-04 01:17:26 PM  

Rwa2play: mentallo69: Seahawks fan here, and I would boldly agree. The Niners are a great team and I think they would have slaughtered the Broncos. The 49ers are very similar to the Hawks and with the Rams and Cardinals all getting better. I think the next 3/5 super bowls will be won by the NFC West

I wouldn't like to be the AFC division that has to face the NFC West next season.  Those are four tough games they'll have to play.


The 2 Wests play each other next year, IIRC.
 
2014-02-04 01:18:12 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: And if that's what we're doing, yes, Denver, New England, Carolina, and Philadelphia were ahead of them, with New Orleans not far behind them.


They beat Carolina in the playoffs only a month ago. On the road and it wasn't close. It makes no sense for you to have the Panthers ahead of the 49ers. The same logic applies to ranking Philly over New Orleans. Whatever criteria you're using makes no sense.
 
2014-02-04 01:23:46 PM  

Shame Us: Rwa2play: mentallo69: Seahawks fan here, and I would boldly agree. The Niners are a great team and I think they would have slaughtered the Broncos. The 49ers are very similar to the Hawks and with the Rams and Cardinals all getting better. I think the next 3/5 super bowls will be won by the NFC West

I wouldn't like to be the AFC division that has to face the NFC West next season.  Those are four tough games they'll have to play.

The 2 Wests play each other next year, IIRC.


Interesting.  So the Raiders will go 0-4 v. the NFC West, the Broncos will hope they get that SB rematch in Denver 'cause there is no way they're winning in Seattle.  The Chiefs games will be interesting.
 
2014-02-04 01:28:12 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: AdamK: Nana's Vibrator: The 49ers represent a tougher matchup for Seattle in both how they are built and in familiarity.  But with that, while the 49ers were technically top 4 due to making the NFC championship game, they're probably closer to 5 or 6 as far as this year went performance and roster-wise.  Still a very good team with another shot at a SB next year.

 - and keep in mind that if Denver played Seattle again 5 times, not one of those games would be as big a stinkbomb as they laid down on Sunday.  NFL games in any situation are rarely that bad.

i'd agree about a 5-6 based on "on paper" strength, but based on performance this year? easily #2, dunno how anybody can deny how well they played down the stretch

i mean who would you list ahead of them? Denver? prior to the super bowl maybe... but New Orleans? nah, Carolina? nope, Philadelphia? nope... forget the AFC

Yes, paper.  That was the point.  They ended up in the NFC Championship, of course you give them the 3 or 4.  I said that.  And if that's what we're doing, yes, Denver, New England, Carolina, and Philadelphia were ahead of them, with New Orleans not far behind them.  Now without Navarro Bowman?  That's a cliff dive.


these things are kind of at odds with eachother

anyways, if everybody is healthy and active, i wouldn't even put Denver as the best of the AFC on paper, end-of-year performance is so key to deciding what the real-world potential of a team really is and hey - the 49ers made their case; it's hard to say whether Bowman being out would sink their ship more than the injuries that New England/Denver suffered, i think it's okay to still take the Niners over those two in a matchup based on performance alone - even if on paper they are lesser, same reason i'd take Green Bay over most of the AFC's teams in the playoffs this year
 
2014-02-04 01:29:33 PM  

Shame Us: Rwa2play: mentallo69: Seahawks fan here, and I would boldly agree. The Niners are a great team and I think they would have slaughtered the Broncos. The 49ers are very similar to the Hawks and with the Rams and Cardinals all getting better. I think the next 3/5 super bowls will be won by the NFC West

I wouldn't like to be the AFC division that has to face the NFC West next season.  Those are four tough games they'll have to play.

The 2 Wests play each other next year, IIRC.


Yup: the Broncos visit Seattle in the 2014 season. Any chance that could be the Thursday night season opener game?
 
2014-02-04 01:31:07 PM  

mjohnson71: IAmRight: mjohnson71: Meanwhile every other QB was wearing a suit and tie.

In fairness, Russell Wilson DOES do that.

Didn't know that.

Almost makes you wonder if the NFL will go with a dress code: at least for QBs.


i hope not

the NFL is too corporate as it is

besides, who doesn't love Broadway Joe?
 
2014-02-04 01:34:31 PM  

mjohnson71: Shame Us: Rwa2play: mentallo69: Seahawks fan here, and I would boldly agree. The Niners are a great team and I think they would have slaughtered the Broncos. The 49ers are very similar to the Hawks and with the Rams and Cardinals all getting better. I think the next 3/5 super bowls will be won by the NFC West

I wouldn't like to be the AFC division that has to face the NFC West next season.  Those are four tough games they'll have to play.

The 2 Wests play each other next year, IIRC.

Yup: the Broncos visit Seattle in the 2014 season. Any chance that could be the Thursday night season opener game?


Either that or a SF/SEA matchup; I would think NBC would want SF/SEA because of how close those games are.
 
2014-02-04 01:39:19 PM  

kronicfeld: An AFC team MUST reach the Super Bowl, even in the extreme scenario in which ever single NFC team is better than every single AFC team.


It is pretty clear to anyone with eyes that the 49Niners were better than the Broncos...  two weeks ago they were one underthrown pass away from defeating the SeaHawks in Seattle.
 
2014-02-04 02:00:17 PM  

SuperChuck: Nana's Vibrator: And if that's what we're doing, yes, Denver, New England, Carolina, and Philadelphia were ahead of them, with New Orleans not far behind them.

They beat Carolina in the playoffs only a month ago. On the road and it wasn't close. It makes no sense for you to have the Panthers ahead of the 49ers. The same logic applies to ranking Philly over New Orleans. Whatever criteria you're using makes no sense.


You're getting a mulligan because you joined late and I'm not holding you to the expectation of reading the whole conversation before jumping into it.

AdamK:
these things are kind of at odds with eachother

anyways, if everybody is healthy and active, i wouldn't even put Denver as the best of the AFC on paper, end-of-year performance is so key to deciding what the real-world potential of a team really is and hey - the 49ers made their case; it's hard to say whether Bowman being out would sink their ship more than the injuries that New England/Denver suffered, i think it's okay to still take the Niners over those two in a matchup based on performance alone - even if on paper they are lesser, same reason i'd take Green Bay over most of the AFC's teams in the playoffs this year


No they are not.  You forgot to highlight (or selectively overlooked) as far as this year went.  Over the course of the year, injuries to everyone but Navarro Bowman included, San Francisco is 6th.  Everyone is welcome to disagree.

And again, the whole exercise was rooted in some SF writer's what if nonsense.  And I'm not diving down the injury rabbit hole to see how a healthy team would have done.
 
2014-02-04 02:09:20 PM  
The niners are still #1 at choking, so they have that going for them.
 
2014-02-04 02:15:17 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: SuperChuck: Nana's Vibrator: And if that's what we're doing, yes, Denver, New England, Carolina, and Philadelphia were ahead of them, with New Orleans not far behind them.

They beat Carolina in the playoffs only a month ago. On the road and it wasn't close. It makes no sense for you to have the Panthers ahead of the 49ers. The same logic applies to ranking Philly over New Orleans. Whatever criteria you're using makes no sense.

You're getting a mulligan because you joined late and I'm not holding you to the expectation of reading the whole conversation before jumping into it.

AdamK:
these things are kind of at odds with eachother

anyways, if everybody is healthy and active, i wouldn't even put Denver as the best of the AFC on paper, end-of-year performance is so key to deciding what the real-world potential of a team really is and hey - the 49ers made their case; it's hard to say whether Bowman being out would sink their ship more than the injuries that New England/Denver suffered, i think it's okay to still take the Niners over those two in a matchup based on performance alone - even if on paper they are lesser, same reason i'd take Green Bay over most of the AFC's teams in the playoffs this year

No they are not.  You forgot to highlight (or selectively overlooked) as far as this year went.  Over the course of the year, injuries to everyone but Navarro Bowman included, San Francisco is 6th.  Everyone is welcome to disagree.

And again, the whole exercise was rooted in some SF writer's what if nonsense.  And I'm not diving down the injury rabbit hole to see how a healthy team would have done.


uh, why would i overlook that? what other nfl season would we talk about? i was just pointing out that you were talking about performance, but then wanted to talk about potential on paper... which are at odds, hence why i brought up the problems with talking about potential on paper - and why we were talking about performance - and how performance at the end of the season puts the 49ers ahead of either AFC Championship game team - one injury or not

i dunno, what's the point of talking about the regular season in a postseason thread and getting everybody confused? not to mention what's the point of saying Carolina was a better team than the 49ers when the 49ers beat them handidly in the playoffs? i feel like we're going in circles here
 
2014-02-04 02:39:41 PM  
AdamK:

The point is that the writer thinks San Francisco is the #2 team in the league because reasons.  And he's wrong by about 4 places.
 
2014-02-04 03:46:24 PM  

Rwa2play: mentallo69: Seahawks fan here, and I would boldly agree. The Niners are a great team and I think they would have slaughtered the Broncos. The 49ers are very similar to the Hawks and with the Rams and Cardinals all getting better. I think the next 3/5 super bowls will be won by the NFC West

I wouldn't like to be the AFC division that has to face the NFC West next season.  Those are four tough games they'll have to play.


As was mentioned above, the two Wests play each other next season. For 2014:

Seattle and St.Louis: Denver/Oakland at home, KC/SD on the road
San Francisco and Arizona: KC/SD at home, Denver/Oakland on the road

Over the next 5 seasons, the NFC West will play:

2014: West
2015: North (Cleveland/Pittsburgh replace Denver/Oakland, Cincy/Baltimore in place of KC/SD)
2016: East (Buffalo/Miami in place of Denver/Oakland, New England/NY Jets in place of KC/SD)
2017: South (Houston/Indy replace Denver/Oakland, Jacksonville/Tennessee in place of KC/SD)
2018: Back to the West, but the road and home games above are reversed.

Complete schedules through 2019 (not dates, just home/away and teams): http://www.johnnyroadtrip.com/schedules/nfl_future_nfcw.htm
 
2014-02-04 03:52:42 PM  
That link is not set in stone, but is based on prior years rotations.
 
2014-02-04 03:58:08 PM  

TheWhoppah: It is pretty clear to anyone with eyes that the 49Niners were better than the Broncos... two weeks ago they were one underthrown pass away from defeating the SeaHawks in Seattle.


I guess it's cool to ignore the three games they couldn't even score ten points, including when they got three in Seattle.

/49s aren't bad, but you can't just say "Denver choked once; SF is better." SF choked multiple times during the regular season; that's why they weren't division champs.
 
2014-02-04 04:02:01 PM  
Pretty good run for one division on sending teams to the Super Bowl:
2009: Cardinals
2013: 49ers
2014: Seahawks (won)
 
2014-02-04 04:11:01 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: AdamK:

The point is that the writer thinks San Francisco is the #2 team in the league because reasons.  And he's wrong by about 4 places.



Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.

Seriously dude, your are presenting this like it is an indisputable fact that SF was the 6th best team. No argument, no discussion, just objectively measurable fact, SF is 6th best!!!!
But it is really just your personal opinion.

How about you back it up with facts instead. For instance, SF was 6th in DVOA, both total and weighted,for the regular season:

http://www.footballoutsiders.com/dvoa-ratings/2013/final-2013-dvoa-r at ings

There you go, now there is objective evidence that SF was not as good as the Bronco's or Carolina by a noticeable margin. That is how you back up an argument, you don't just shout it out as loudly as possible.
 
2014-02-04 04:20:54 PM  

skrame: TheWhoppah: It is pretty clear to anyone with eyes that the 49Niners were better than the Broncos... two weeks ago they were one underthrown pass away from defeating the SeaHawks in Seattle.

I guess it's cool to ignore the three games they couldn't even score ten points, including when they got three in Seattle.

/49s aren't bad, but you can't just say "Denver choked once; SF is better." SF choked multiple times during the regular season; that's why they weren't division champs.


Except that isn't what I wrote is it?
Anyone that watched both games knows which team is better.
SF played the Seahawks tight the entire game in Seattle and still had a chance to win with 30 seconds remaining...
Denver was blown out before halftime.
Your lame argument is based on performance during the first half of the year... while SF's #1 wide receiver was out recovering from off-season leg surgery.
They were undefeated in the portion of the regular season after that WR came back including a win over the SeaHawks.... Denver was 4-2 over the same stretch.
 
2014-02-04 04:39:31 PM  

arentol: Nana's Vibrator: AdamK:

The point is that the writer thinks San Francisco is the #2 team in the league because reasons.  And he's wrong by about 4 places.


Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.

Seriously dude, your are presenting this like it is an indisputable fact that SF was the 6th best team. No argument, no discussion, just objectively measurable fact, SF is 6th best!!!!
But it is really just your personal opinion.

How about you back it up with facts instead. For instance, SF was 6th in DVOA, both total and weighted,for the regular season:

http://www.footballoutsiders.com/dvoa-ratings/2013/final-2013-dvoa-r at ings

There you go, now there is objective evidence that SF was not as good as the Bronco's or Carolina by a noticeable margin. That is how you back up an argument, you don't just shout it out as loudly as possible.


Why in God's name would I need to do that when no one else...oh.  You're agreeing with me and helping me out.  Thanks?
 
2014-02-04 04:39:49 PM  

TheWhoppah: Anyone that watched both games knows which team is played better in their respective game.

 
2014-02-04 04:51:43 PM  

TheWhoppah: skrame: TheWhoppah: It is pretty clear to anyone with eyes that the 49Niners were better than the Broncos... two weeks ago they were one underthrown pass away from defeating the SeaHawks in Seattle.

I guess it's cool to ignore the three games they couldn't even score ten points, including when they got three in Seattle.

/49s aren't bad, but you can't just say "Denver choked once; SF is better." SF choked multiple times during the regular season; that's why they weren't division champs.

Except that isn't what I wrote is it?
Anyone that watched both games knows which team is better.
SF played the Seahawks tight the entire game in Seattle and still had a chance to win with 30 seconds remaining...
Denver was blown out before halftime.
Your lame argument is based on performance during the first half of the year... while SF's #1 wide receiver was out recovering from off-season leg surgery.
They were undefeated in the portion of the regular season after that WR came back including a win over the SeaHawks.... Denver was 4-2 over the same stretch.


What are you measuring?  You're saying since San Fran lost by fewer points in one game under completely different circumstances, they're better than Denver?
Do you honestly think that if Denver played Seattle 5 more times they'd get blown out 5 more times?  Do you think that if San Francisco played Seattle 5 more times they would never lose by a large margin?
 
2014-02-04 04:57:57 PM  

okiemule: Rwa2play: mentallo69: Seahawks fan here, and I would boldly agree. The Niners are a great team and I think they would have slaughtered the Broncos. The 49ers are very similar to the Hawks and with the Rams and Cardinals all getting better. I think the next 3/5 super bowls will be won by the NFC West

I wouldn't like to be the AFC division that has to face the NFC West next season.  Those are four tough games they'll have to play.

As was mentioned above, the two Wests play each other next season. For 2014:

Seattle and St.Louis: Denver/Oakland at home, KC/SD on the road


Welp, Denver's gonna have to put an "L" next to that Seattle game.  Hopefully that game in KC will be when both teams are relatively healthy; that should be a phenomenal matchup.

San Francisco and Arizona: KC/SD at home, Denver/Oakland on the road

Again, hopefully SF/DEN's on the schedule when both teams are healthy.
 
2014-02-04 05:42:11 PM  

TheWhoppah: skrame: TheWhoppah: It is pretty clear to anyone with eyes that the 49Niners were better than the Broncos... two weeks ago they were one underthrown pass away from defeating the SeaHawks in Seattle.

I guess it's cool to ignore the three games they couldn't even score ten points, including when they got three in Seattle.

/49s aren't bad, but you can't just say "Denver choked once; SF is better." SF choked multiple times during the regular season; that's why they weren't division champs.

Except that isn't what I wrote is it?
Anyone that watched both games knows which team is better.
SF played the Seahawks tight the entire game in Seattle and still had a chance to win with 30 seconds remaining...
Denver was blown out before halftime.
Your lame argument is based on performance during the first half of the year... while SF's #1 wide receiver was out recovering from off-season leg surgery.
They were undefeated in the portion of the regular season after that WR came back including a win over the SeaHawks.... Denver was 4-2 over the same stretch.


No; what you wrote is "It is pretty clear to anyone with eyes that the 49Niners were better than the Broncos ". But like a lot of other stuff here, that's not true. It's not clear-cut. It's close; that's for sure. Go upthread a little and see how the stats like DVOA show Denver was better. Apparently those stats geeks are typing blindly, since they clearly have no eyes.

We're talking about being the best in the league over the season, which is why the first half of the season matters just as much. I'm not as good at debating as you apparently, since I assumed that half of a freaking season meant more than one game. I can see why you think using half a season instead of one game is lame.

Furthermore, I can see why you think I'm lame for not ignoring the games without your #1 WR. Wait; which one? Crabtree, who picked up 40 yards and zero TDs in the second game against Seattle? Yeah; what a difference maker. I guess the first game should be tossed out.

It also makes perfect sense to cherry-pick a six game period when SF was undefeated and say that DEN lost twice in that time. That proves SF was better. I guess it doesn't matter that Denver lost less games overall.
 
2014-02-04 06:05:25 PM  
I'll take Richard Sherman's opinion on this over any keyboard warrior here. Sherman's actually had to play the other teams.
 
2014-02-04 07:40:10 PM  
So - if you go with overall stats, the 49ers are sixth in the NFL, and if you go with Super Bowl pairings, the 49ers are tied for third with the Patriots. Reality sucks, doesn't it?
 
2014-02-04 08:09:40 PM  

cloud_van_dame: I'll take Richard Sherman's opinion on this over any keyboard warrior here. Sherman's actually had to play the other teams.


Speaking of keyboard warriors....

I read a bunch of Niner fans on FB pages and the like that were actually ticked off at Sherman's remarks. Mostly because they're still bitter and will apparently never forgive him. But several took exception to him saying the 49ers were number two-in many of their minds the 49ers were just as good or better than Seattle. Several remarks about how the Seahawks "didn't really win" that NFC Championship game. One dude even said he's keeping his recording of that game on his DVR for the rest of his life, just so I can show it to any 'Seachicken' fan that dares come over and claim San Fransisco was beaten.

I was never  a 49er fan growing up, but I never had any serious distaste for them. But this current batch, I just can't stand them. The past two posteasons, I've even rooted for the Packers to beat them. And I'm a Bears fan.
 
2014-02-04 08:52:17 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: AdamK:

The point is that the writer thinks San Francisco is the #2 team in the league because reasons.  And he's wrong by about 4 places.


k
 
2014-02-04 09:01:35 PM  

cloud_van_dame: I'll take Richard Sherman's opinion on this over any keyboard warrior here. Sherman's actually had to play the other teams.


"The NFC championship was the Super Bowl," Sherman said. "The 49ers were the second-best team in the NFL."

//Go Oilers Titans Texans!
 
2014-02-05 12:42:01 PM  

Your_Huckleberry: One dude even said he's keeping his recording of that game on his DVR for the rest of his life, just so I can show it to any 'Seachicken' fan that dares come over and claim San Fransisco was beaten.


Well, that seems like fun. Because then the Seattle fan can laugh and laugh at 23-17 and how that means that yes, they beat San Francisco despite spotting them a 10-point lead.
 
2014-02-05 12:44:32 PM  
The player who makes the most money in a season is in first place, actually.
 
2014-02-05 08:51:32 PM  

IAmRight: Your_Huckleberry: One dude even said he's keeping his recording of that game on his DVR for the rest of his life, just so I can show it to any 'Seachicken' fan that dares come over and claim San Fransisco was beaten.

Well, that seems like fun. Because then the Seattle fan can laugh and laugh at 23-17 and how that means that yes, they beat San Francisco despite spotting them a 10-point lead.


Yeah, I used to thinks San Fransisco fans were more levelheaded. This stuff I'm reading in on a SF Giants site, I can only imagine the chuckles on the actual 49er boards.
 
2014-02-05 08:59:59 PM  

Your_Huckleberry: Yeah, I used to thinks San Fransisco fans were more levelheaded.


Everyone seemed more levelheaded a while ago because news/TV/internet wasn't so focused on popularizing dumb people's behavior.

/just like we all think music was more awesome long ago because now we hear EVERYTHING that's out there instead of a small portion of it that is good enough to survive 50 years and be listenable
 
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