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Awesomeness!!

This is why we will beat SF.

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Rivera bamboozled Peyton Manning in the playoffs, and people expect Kaepernick to dissect this defense? The kid is going to get roasted.

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I have confidence in the Panthers but my only concern is that this is the playoffs, it's a completely different level of play. The

 

49ers have the edge in playoff experience and that pays dividends however I am not writing the Panthers off because they beat

 

them once and they can do it again.

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Greg Hardy > Any Dlineman is the NFL right now.

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Don't forget it's a 1 PM kickoff, which will be 10 AM their time.  They will have to adjust.

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We won't blow them out. That's ridiculous

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That had to be a draining game for SF, now they get to come face a real defense

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