Buffalo Bills: Well, the playcalling was Chud-esque in the first half of that game and I don't think we'd see something similar to it in the game next week. It should be noted that they run a hybrid.
Arizona Cardinals: We got murdered, though we can't forget that Smitty and LaFell killed us with the 4th down and TD drops which would have swung the game enormously in our favor and changed gameplans on both sides.
49ers: Bad. Except on 3rd downs for whatever reason.
Saints x2: Really, really bad.... until the last drive of the second game.
Jets: Did really well, though the double screen was horrifically defended and we didn't convert on a 4th down late in the game iirc.
DeSean Jackson, LeSean McCoy, Riley Cooper, Zach Ertz, Bryce Brown, and Brent Celek are way too damn fast for our defense. Mike Wallace burned us. Tavon Austin burned us. Vincent Jackson burned us. We'd get shredded by them. Rooting for the Saints to go try and take care of business in Seattle.
Packers have a shitty OL for our pass rush to dominate. Their defense isn't good or opportunistic. Rodgers is scary and that's it. I bet we could handle Nelson and Cobb.
49ers are clones of us except the secondary is better and our pass rush is better. Oh, and Cam's better. But they have Crabtree back from the last game and Vernon Davis would presumably play the whole game instead of one half. Definitely the scariest.
San Francisco 49ers, 11-4, Clinched a playoff berth (on the road) New England Patriots, 11-4, Clinched AFC East title Miami Dolphins, 8-7, Win and they're in as #6 seed (on the road) New Orleans Saints, 10-5, NFC South division leader until they lost, clinch playoff berth with win
That's four teams with an average record of 10-5. High chance that those teams ALL wind up winning next week, too, which would bring it to 11-5.
And every other win was basically an ass-kicking. Then losses to the Seahawks, Cards and Saints on the road (two 10 win teams), and... the Bills (but hey, we got Riverboat out of it!).
I'm trying to temper my expectations, especially if we get the 1/2 seed, but this is pretty impressive.
I'll be there but dunno where my tickets have me sitting. My dad has a buddy who does player rep stuff for Under Armour and requested tickets for us directly from the 49ers. Probably gonna be surrounding by lots of 49ers friends and family, which makes me feel a little less nervous about being stabbed. Though I will miss out on my chance to sit in the endzone and scream "WAR EAGLE" like a little girl at Cam, hoping for a TD ball.