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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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SF is an early 2.5pt favorite, btw.

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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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Their D is too top notch to blow out.

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SF is an early 2.5pt favorite, btw.

 

I'll take that bet

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While most of y'all wanted to play GB, I was hoping we got the 49ers. The Packers can be explosive on offense, which is hard to defend for 60 mins. You can play am amazing game on defense and still lose after giving up a few big plays.

On the contrary, the 49ers are basically us, except one thing. Their QB can't read defenses. He can't hang in the pocket. He is a one read QB and our defense thrives in those conditions. The last time we played them he had under 100 yards passing, and SF didn't reach the endzone. That was the point where our defense really came into its own. I don't expect an ugly grind it out game. Honestly. I think we blow them out. The O has to take advance of the good field position the D will give them. If they do we are playing in Seattle next week (Saints have no shot). 31-13 Panthers. I ain't scurred.

They aren't us. They have a true running game, an offensive line, and wrs

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