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So... Niners or Packers?

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Packers. SF is hungry, and their D has been more dominant than the last time we played them.

 

Fortune is in our favor though, as the conditions in Green Bay are horrendous.

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Prediction?  Packers.

 

Preference?  Don't care.

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Give me the Packers. Niners are already a notch on our belt. I want fresh meat.

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Tough one either way I literally see pros and cons with both.....we can beat either but we re gonna have to come to play...this is what it's all about baby....playoff football....if it were easy everyone would do it

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I don't really care, TBH.

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Who cares..Just glad we aren't playing Nick Floes who has a 345 passer rating away fro home

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