Can we beat Frisco and Seattle ?

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  1. jackiejokeman

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    Ehhh ... the NFC EAST ...should be easy to handle.

    The NFC SOUTH ... these fuuckers are doing the same thing we are ... stocking up.

    In the NFC NORTH ... we should have a handle on this.

    Have we reloaded with enough to take on anything in the NFL ?
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    We should have beaten Seattle last year with a pathetic excuse for an O. So ... yes we can beat them. It remains to be seen with the 9ers, though. Right now, I wouldn't want to face them in an elimination game, but that can easily change if our offense steps up.
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    Krony we got humiliated by those scumbags.

    All I want is payback. Its not neither here nor there ... its just payback.

    I dont even care if we lose.
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    Jimmors The Rhymenoceros SuperFan

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    Any given Sunday...
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    Not sure, Sea and SF got better, but then SF lost all their WR's to inj. Sea makes a trade for Harvin, and then he goes down for the year. Much like last year though this is all going to come down to our OL, if they can hold up against those NASTY Cincy/SF teams, then we stand a chance to beat anyone, if not then good luck beating any playoff team.
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    Frisco IF on shaky ground are like Packers,..keep them from scoring early in they game and manage scores on them Theres a chance

    Seattle on the other hand they just don't stop hanging around IMHO by season's end the Seahawks will probably be top dog to beat

    The Packers can't play catch up without getting reckless,... saw that against the 9ersz BOTH TImes last season, they had a few other situations in the vikings game as well and lets not forget ole erin didn'tget to the end zone on the Bears in the first game until the 4th quarter

    The Packers are not going to be what the media is trying to have everyone believe BOOK IT
    SO longs as the Bears can beat the easy teams as they should, like the Raiders,... keep tight with the equal teams and come out on top and hang with the tougher teams and steal a couple,.... they have a shot at going 10 - 6 a reach to 11-5 maybe in to the playoff s with either record I SAID MAYBE
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    They're good but not utterly dominant . Out D is good so they should be able to hold up their end . But I only give us a real chance if our O has a big day - and that's entirely possible . That and a couple takeaways .
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    I'm going to say the Shehawks are easily the most overrated team in the league. They have some very nice pieces on D, but I just don't see anything scary from them at all.
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    Cane we beat them? Damned right Jackie....

    p.s. Lana Del Rey was pretty awesome at Lollaplooza, but no sweat caught in my beer cup :-)

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  12. jackiejokeman

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    J99,

    Im getting that feeling also bro. After the first half of Da Raiduhs game I saw a team that was suppossed to have been a decade ago.

    We made it look easy ... of course it was against my beloved Raiduhs.

    Can we jack up the AFC ? Whens the last time we beat the Patriots ?

    And how come everytime we play the Steelers its in Pittsburgh?

    What the fuuck is up with that ?

    Miami ... watch out.

    Denver ... we could beat these guys straight up.

    Cinncy ... this pukes are another to watch out for.

    Baltimore ... they are rebuilding more then we are.

    Houston ... man this comes down to more payback, how DARE you think youre THE CHICAGO BEARS!

    Indy ... next door neighbors got LUCKY ... lets try it again this year.

    Jets ...Jacksonville ... ok enuff about the AFC. :p
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    I think we can beat Seahawks this year, and I expect/demand a better performance against 49'ers. It all comes down to if the offensive can carry their weight of the team. I think the defensive should be just as good as it was last year, if not better than last.
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    Yes, we can.

    I'm so tired of NFL.com "analysts" writing about the NFC West.

    - Frisco is really good, got it. But if Kaepernick goes down it's a whole different story.
    - Seattle has an excellent defense but the offense is inconsistent.
    - St. Louis is one of the most overrated teams in the league. They don't have a running game and Bradford is beginning to look like a first round bust.
    - Arizona blows.

    NFC North is the best division in the NFL and it's not even close. Best QB (Rodgers), best RB (Peterson), best WRs (Johnson, Marshall), best run defense (Lions), best turnover defense (Bears).
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    yes we can, im sure of it. soon, there will be no nfl team we cannot beat. both of those teams are having problems, so they are not out of reach, especially shawks, judging by last season
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    Don't underestimate the Seahawks
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    Can we? Of course. Any given Sunday (Monday, Thursday) any team CAN beat any team.

    Will we? That depends on if the line holds and Cutty doesn't have a bad game.
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    Disagree heartily. Bradford has played on what is possibly least talented O in the league since he was drafted, behind an OL that made ours look good last year - and has still been very solid, minus his sophomore slump. I believe he's as good as any QB in that division, including Kaepernick.
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    How about we worry about beating Cincinnati for now? We won't ever get to play Seattle or SanFran unless we make the playoffs first.
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