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  1. Slagathor

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    Actually, with the death of Dick Nolan, I expect the 49ers to pull out a nice rally win for their coach.
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    Don't watch Seattle much, but my impression is not having Alexander might actually benefit the Seawhawks.

    SF just can't score--don't see them winning in Seattle. I do wish Oakland and Miami had won yesterday, though--I'd really like the number one pick. (I know, I know, it's arguably better to just have a top 5/10 pick. But how cool would it be to go 19-0 and then have the top pick?)
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    #87 Jersey

    san francisco has done pretty well against the seahawks in their last meetings.

    not a good trend
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    Branch is hurt.

    Will wonders never cease??!!
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    It would be REALLY, REALLY cool :rocker: ...lol

    But, I expect them to deal the pick if they are top 5, I can see them trading down to a lower first round pick and tehn picking up another high pick next year...
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    Seattle beat SF 23-3 earlier this year in SF. Don't think A.Smith played. But, they couldn't block J.Peterson. Seahawks will win tonight.
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    SF is still going to get crushed tonight. They're screwed at this point.
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    While it is possible that Seatlle lays an egg or turns the ball over a ton tonight, chances are unless the 49ers Special Teams score mutliple touchdowns tonight (ala San Deigo) they really don't have much of a shot.
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    The 49ers offensive line is garbage and Seattle has nice pass rushers. Smith could be sacked 3 or 4 times. The 49ers can't score points. Even without Branch, the Seahawks have decent WRs in Hackett, Burleson, and Engram that the 49ers can't cover. This could be a 24-3 game easily.
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    i hope sf get thrashed... with the seahawk injuries and with the 49ers running on high emotions right now (nolan's dad), its going to be tough but i see a win none the less
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