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Your favorite part of the game

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I know the whole game was epic, but what was your favorite play or part?

There is so many good choices, but I popped major wood when there was about 45 seconds left in the game, and you could tell the 49ers quit.

Flat out quit.

They didn't even try to pretend like they cared about trying to make any kind of comeback.

Our D put such as ass whooping on them today that they wanted to pack up their toys and go home.

This wasn't the Vikings, or the Giants. THIS was a (at the start of the game) 6-2 team that played in the Super Bowl last year, the team that earned the right to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.

THAT....is something to be excited about!

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The pass to smitty on third down toward the end of the game was intense.

The Florence pick was so sweet though I felt that coming.

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When they had a 2nd and 1, and we still forced the 3 and out.

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The ending was my favorite...

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The END! 

 

 

Fumbles, dropped passes, overthrown balls, dropped pics and the refs blowing calls .... I am just happy its over and we won. 

 

Favorite play was probably TDs hit that caused the fumble.  Hats off to Sean and his defense!  They played lights out and dominated.

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For Cam: The 3rd and 9 pass to Smitty.  So sweet, for both of them!

 

Overall: Drayton's INT to end the game.  So beautiful...

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When the clock struck 0:00 in the 4th. Up until that point I still thought we could find a way to lose. Those fumbles...holy poo.

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