I like Denver too myself. IT seems our coach Belicheat has lose his edge in the cheating department. It will probably be close but Peyton will pull it out. San Fran will beat Seattle because this isn't the same team that lost to them in week 2. With Crabtree back and Vernon Davis healthy it will be a different game. Plus Marshon Lynch can't beat them alone. With Russell Wilson failing to throw for more than 200 yards in the last 4 games I don't see alot of offensive output from Seattle against the 49er's Defense. "Hiccup"
Lost his edge? Really? He went to 2 Superbowls since this so-called cheating, and like there wasn't several teams doing it, sure keep drinking the cool-aid if you believe they were the only ones. He also went an unbelievable 18-1, the season following, just to stick it to the rest of the league for such bogus accusations, as many were doing essentially the same thing in one form or another. Both Superbowls loses came down to the final seconds, both could have easily gone the other way. Ask Andy Ried how impossibly hard it is just to get there. He hasn't had a single losing season since, not one!. Your statement says your clueless about football, another arm chair QB ...
I like San Francisco even in that top atmosphere. However Seattle's defense has three pro-bowlers and they lock you down tight baby. I'm just hoping San Fran is able to run.
You know Wilson's going to get his yards, as well.
btw- SULLY DOES TOTALLY RULE HERE
Good analyzation. Peyton must win this game. The pressure on him is incalculable. If he can add one more Super Bowl win to his resume, it may negate some of the playoff games which he has melted in. Today, Peyton, is far and away the best regular-season quarterback. Did I say melted earlier? I didn't mean to bring chuckles into the conversation. After all, he's not in the conversation and we know why. We saw the pic.
Was that a script in the high chair?