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  1. #37
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    Re: NFC championship game thread



    niners dodged one there.





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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    Not even a contest at this point
    "Flacco stepping up and throwing deep down the far sideline... CAUGHT!!! Into the endzone, TOUCHDOWN JACOBY JONES!!!!!"




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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    Looks like we're taking on the Falcons if we win this one.




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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    damn




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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    kaepernick is folding like a lawn chair




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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    Kaepernick is getting rattled




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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorebirds_24 View Post
    Just curious...How so? I think we struggle with Jones and White...

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    Yea, but many thought we'd struggle against Nicks, Cruz, Wayne, Demaryius Thomas, and Erick Decker.

    I'm not saying that the Falcons aren't going to be able to throw the ball. Roddy and Julio are two of the best in the league. However, Corey Graham and Chykie Brown are playing really well right now...enough that I think that they could at least "contain" those two from making a ton of huge plays. The Niners' front 7 is damn good, but their secondary leaves a lot o be desired and that is what the Falcons are exploiting right now.
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    Personally I think Atlanta will be the tougher matchup.

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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    If 49ers get beat, look for some interesting calls against us tonight. Falcons-Ravens was listed as "least exciting SB matchup", though I don't understand why NE-Atlanta is better...
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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    Can the 49ers make it a game after a terrible start like the Seahawks did last week?

    This is looking like one of those games that were all hype but turn out to be a dud.




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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    Everytime Matt Ryan says "Olive" they run it up the middle. They haven't changed the call since that SoundFX episode. Surprised no players or coaches caught onto that.




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    Re: NFC championship game thread

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    If 49ers get beat, look for some interesting calls against us tonight. Falcons-Ravens was listed as "least exciting SB matchup", though I don't understand why NE-Atlanta is better...
    I mean, obviously you're implying that the refs have a vested interest in a more marketable super bowl? As much as I would like to believe that, I can't. Though a Harbowl would be pretty awesome, I think there are WAY more storylines in a BAL-ALT SB than NE-ATL. Nobody wants to see Tom Brady lose in the Superbowl again... Flacco vs. Ryan would be a great story.




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