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The interesting thing in the NFC is although you might think it is wide open, you have 3 solid, playoff-experience teams with good coaching - GB, SF, Atl.
Will Mike Smith finally win a playoff game ?
The interesting thing in the NFC is although you might think it is wide open, you have 3 solid, playoff-experience teams with good coaching - GB, SF, Atl. And in the AFC you have the same - NE, Den & Bal.How far will the defenses take these teams or will it be the QBs who dominate? And if the Bears get in, which side do they fit into?
SF isn't as good as you think they are
It depends. If you mean they're not reliable, I agree. One week they look like world beaters & the next week they just look beaten. The Patriot game is a microcosm - looked unbeatable the 1st 1/2 and then just fall apart the 2nd 1/2 but still win. Plus they're young QB makes them very susceptible.Bottom line is any of those 3 teams who play up to their capability would be in the Super Bowl.
their QB is not ready to get them that trophy this year
he has played one bad game. Last week at a place that Tom Brady, and Arron Rodgers lost this year. I won't hold that against him. They weren't going to win with Alex Smith. Not having Justin Smith could be their biggest problem, not their QB.
Pezz,I respect you lots but it's more than Smith. Davis had a concussion last week and while he's not 100% I expect him to play this weekend. Mannigham is on IR and that hurts them. Randy Moss is no longer the great Randy Moss.People think since they beat New England they are great but New England is flawed defensively and they lost to Arizona this year while barely beating the Jets, Buffalo, Miami and Jacksonville. New England is 11 - 4 but they had 9 cupcakes on their schedule. Two games each vs. Buffalo, Miami and the Jets plus Arizona, the Lambs and Jacksonville. Why not play Long Beach High School? If SF has to have to have their QB win the game I think they are in trouble. No great team loses like they did last week although they were in the game until the opening kick off. They need that division title much more than Seattle. Seattle is hot and doesn't have the injury issues.SF has the talent but when things don't go their way they implode, look how they folded their tent vs. Seattle last week and the Giants earlier this year not to mention Chicago. And to add something else in, they also lost to the Lambs.Atlanta, Seattle and Green Bay are much more dangerous teams, especially at home. San Francisco desperately needs home field as long as they can go.
Seattle is going to have to go to Washington, IMo, and they will not get by RG111 In round one