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  • imshortemc imshortemc Jan 13, 2013 4:36 PM Flag

    Seattle lost, shoot

    Thats unfortunate they just had dead legs in the first half back and forth across the country twice in a week. Good luck Atlanta but I think half your fans are Seahawk fans now.

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    • As a 49er fan, I have to say I feared Seattle the most, the way they kicked 49er butt up and down the field last meeting. Wilson is going to be great. That Atlanta was able to beat the seahawks says a lot about the falcons. GO NINERS!

      Sentiment: Sell

    • xtgeminiman Jan 13, 2013 5:04 PM Flag

      Seahawks are the team to beat next year. Russell Wilson is a beast. If they get home field advantage, no one beats them.

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      • They would have won the game had the coach decided to kick two field goals in the first half instead of going for a TD - you always take the points after a long drive to reward your players. Wilson is a terrific QB and I got to watch him at the University of Wisconsin when he transferred here for his senior year. Immediately took them to the Rose Bowl. Very smart with great instincts and athletic ability. He was offered $1 million dollars when he was 18 to play baseball. Very gifted. Seattle will be very tough if they can hold it together over the next several years. Looks like the 49er's, Seattle, Green Bay, Atlanta are going to fight it out the next several years for the NFC title. Giants were a complete mystery this year and could be in the class picture again though.

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