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Vernon Davis sees a “statement game” coming

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The last two times the Seahawks and the 49ers have met, Seattle has made a very strong statement.  San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis sees Sunday as his team’s chance to return the favor.

“Any time you play a team and you lose, the next opportunity you get to play them again, it’s definitely a statement game,” Davis said Tuesday, via Jimmy Durkin of the San Jose Mercury News.

The goal apparently will be to make a statement quickly.

“We have to go into this game playing hard, playing fast,” Davis said.  “We want to make some noise right away.  That’s going to be the challenge for us.”

Mustering a healthy dose of hatred will be a challenge for neither team.

“It might be the most intense game this season, because those guys don’t like us, and we don’t like them,” Davis said.

A far more intense third installment could be pending, if the two teams meet in the playoffs for the first time ever.  But while a team that plays in Seattle every year should, in theory, be the best equipped to pull a postseason upset, the Niners have been blown out the last two times they’ve played there.

That makes Sunday’s game no less intense, which should prompt Davis to choose better protection for a certain area that was grabbed during the team’s most recent game.  Davis said Tuesday that he has “just a few abrasions left” in that place.

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  1. jimmyt says: Dec 4, 2013 7:50 AM

    I have a statement for you: Your Head Coach is an obnoxious, loud-mouthed goofball, the kind of guy that got beat up a lot in grade school.

  2. strongmackn says: Dec 4, 2013 7:53 AM

    9ers have a great team and every time they play the Hawks, it is a conference championship caliber game. Gonna be great fun this week.

    -a Hawks fan

  3. beeygin823 says: Dec 4, 2013 8:18 AM

    Will someone please wake me up when the Seahawks win a big game!

    I mean big playoff game

    Thos whole team runs their mouth like they have a couple of rings in their back pocket.

    For the most part they are disliked throughout the entire country.

    The NFL will be better off if any other team is holding the Lombardi trophy in February

  4. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 9:43 AM

    49ers would have to win AT Dallas or Philadelphia or Detroit (very doable), AT New Orleans, then AT Seattle to return to the Super Bowl.

    They will win the wildcard game (they would be embarrassed if they didn’t) I doubt they will win the one after that (50% or more like 40-30%), if they made it to the NFC championship which I doubt, they won’t win that one (10-5% chance).

    Bottom line, Wilson (2nd year as a person, maturity, poise and player) > KraperNOOB (3rd year in the NFL), Seattle Defense > 9er Defense, and Seattle Offense > 9er Offense this season. And as always Seattle fans and Stadium > forty whiner fans and until the 9ers get the new stadium next season, maybe they’ll have a better advantage in that regard then.

    KraperNOOB is a Noob, a Choke right now and he proved it this season. He’s over hyped over rated, was given the job without earning it. i.e. He hadn’t earned crap! Go make some pro-bowls first Noob. Is Wilson going to make the pro-bowl again this season? Yea I think so. KraperNoob? 32nd rank passing? I don’t think so!

    Furthermore CK was a Pproject. EVERYONE knew that, including Harb. Reason why he didn’t start when he was a rookie, though he was drafted high in the 2nd round (probably cause Harbaalke thinks he would have been gone later in round 2), also keep in mind Dalton was drafted 1 spot ahead of CK and started as a rookie for CIN and has lead CIN to play-offs every season since drafted and CIN will make the play-offs again this season (3 seasons in a row) and CIN doesn’t have as good of a Defense as 49ers the past 3 seasons.

    BTW, Pro Bowl count, Andy Dalton (2011) Russell Wilson (2012), both will probably make Pro Bowl 2013, KraperNoob will NOT with the 32nd passing in the league. Fail is Fail. Alex Smith might make Pro Bowl with Andy Reid and without Harb first before KraperNoob does with Harb as head coach LOL!

  5. trollhammer20 says: Dec 4, 2013 9:56 AM

    If you really want to make a statement, Vernon, see to it the offense puts up more than 13 points….something they’ve failed to do in the last three games versus Seattle.

  6. osiris33 says: Dec 4, 2013 10:03 AM

    There will be a statement made. And that statement will be “The Seattle Seahawks are the best team in the NFL, and the 49ers aren’t remotely close to them.”

    In the Harbaugh era, the zero-niners offense has scored 17, 17, 13, 13 and 3 points against the Seahawks defense. Not only is that declining curve, but it’s an average of 13.4 PPG. Everybody who thinks the Seahawks can’t score at least 14 points on Sunday raise your hand.

    Seahawks, 24-13.

  7. jchuber says: Dec 4, 2013 10:13 AM

    As usual the forty-whiners are using their mouths instead of playing football.

    After the game we will have to listen to another chorus of ” The whole world is unfair to the forty-whiners”. Grow a pair, will ya!!!

  8. ninersareyesterdaysnews says: Dec 4, 2013 10:16 AM

    As much as I believe Seattle is the better team, I still have a healthy respect for the niner defense. Niner D vs Wilson should be fun to watch this time in frisco.

  9. belgaron says: Dec 4, 2013 10:21 AM

    For the ‘Hawks, every week is a “statement” for some team. They’ve seen really bad teams play their best game of the season. Winning this week would clinch the division. Unless Kaepernik has expanded his single-read simplified-offense approach that they’ be seen in every match up so far, expect the division to be clinched.

  10. threefeetaway says: Dec 4, 2013 10:21 AM

    My guess is this will be a “statement game” until the 49ers win, because they would have said the same thing about each of the last games as well.

  11. mubbcsoc says: Dec 4, 2013 10:24 AM

    @kaperchoke

    Don’t kid yourself with trying to claim Russell Wilson was a legitimate 2013 pro bowl QB… He is this year, I’ll give you that. But he only flew to Hawaii for 2 reasons: All 3 other QBs declined the invitation, and Seattle wasn’t in the super bowl.

    He was the reserve to the reserve to the reserve to the reserve to the reserve to the starter, according to the selection process.

    Why am I wasting my time, you’re an idiot.

  12. thegrigga49 says: Dec 4, 2013 10:31 AM

    Seattle has won absolutely nothing. It’s funny people act like they own us. WE SPLIT LAST SEASON!!!!! The Niners are going to win this game 17-9 and show the NFL that they are the best team in the league.

  13. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 10:46 AM

    @ mubbcsoc

    And what did Wilson do in that Pro Bowl? “Wilson was selected as an alternate for the 2013 Pro Bowl filling in the previous spot for Matt Ryan. At the Pro Bowl, Wilson threw 8 completions on 10 attempts for 98 yards, 3 touchdowns, and no interceptions for a 147.1 rating.”

    He was an alternate but at least he was an alternate, will KraperNoob even make the Pro Bowl this season as an alternate (32nd ranked passing)? lol… I think not.

    Haters will be Haters, Whiners will be Whiners.

    Someone is MAD cause Wilson (a 3rd round pick in his 2nd year) is better than KraperNoob (a 2nd round pick in his 3rd year) who was given the job to take over a SB caliber team, though he didn’t earn it.

    Also considering everything here with regards to both QBs in the given NFL time frame, it speaks volumes about the coaching of both teams especially in regard to: eye for talent, player development, player usage and placement for success with regard to their football talents in NFL games week in week out.

    Think. I don’t need to spell every word out for you.

  14. beastmode5150 says: Dec 4, 2013 10:57 AM

    How can a “statement game” occur in a game one team doesn’t even need?

  15. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 10:59 AM

    Bottom line, KraperNoob is holding the 49er Offense back this season, his 3rd in the NFL.

    Wilson is not holding Seattle’s offense back.

    Therefore Wilson (3rd round pick, 2nd year) > KraperNoob (2nd round pick, 3rd year).

    SAD for ALL 49er fans, but face the reality, it’s the Truth.

    The 49er offense this season is ranked 32nd in passing. That proves it.

    This season, the 49ers offense has struggle to produce and win games vs/against every good winning team that are going to make the play-offs in good standing. Because as the 49er QB, KraperNoob has held the offense back.

    The 49er Defense is NOT in question here.

    But if ANYONE had to bet their own real money, they would bet it on the high ranked Seattle Defense rather than the 49er offense (32nd ranked passing) under QB KraperNoob, 49er fan or not. That’s the bottom line.

  16. rmsthunder says: Dec 4, 2013 11:04 AM

    There seems to be a lot of trash talking from fans of a team that has never won anything. Maybe they are too hopped up on Jones soda and coffee. Either way it looks like they are destined to make a Super Bowl run being that they are unbeatable at home. And why shouldn’t they be? With PED vending machines they have in their locker room, they defiantly should be dominant.

  17. adderal says: Dec 4, 2013 11:06 AM

    kaperchoke

    I would agree with you that at this point Wilson is proving to be the better qb. Whats not to like about him. Kap is not as polished and everybody knows that but his measurables are off the charts and what he did last year doesn’t happen by accident. The coaches saw both him and smith in practice everyday and they decided Kap was better. Im inclined to take a former qb and coach of the years opinion over you “experts”.

  18. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 11:22 AM

    @adderal

    KraperNoob “might” live up to his potential in the long run. Key word “might”.

    Realize NOT this season.

    Furthermore, if he doesn’t he won’t get that big contract when his current is up and there is no reason the 49ers won’t draft another talented QB in the 1st or 2nd round in the coming draft to develop and/or push KraperNoob, as this is a SB caliber team with a SB caliber defense, this coaching staff is not dumb enough to wait for KraperNoob to get better and continue to be ranked 32nd in passing year in year out.

    Also, KraperNoob has yet to beat Seattle. Mind you Alex Smith was the QB when the 49ers beat Seattle at home last year.

    If KraperNoob loses again to Seattle this Sunday, it will be the divisional monkey on his and the 49er’s back until he beats them and Seattle might be winning the division year in year out until he does and I will be calling him KraperNoob until he does and KraperChoke until he wins a SB, as a 49er fan or not, that’s just my opinion as a fan and I am entitle to it and to criticize him for his short comings since the job was basically handed to him.

  19. coolherc says: Dec 4, 2013 11:27 AM

    Too funny. After the dismantling that took place at the end of last season, any “statement game” should have come three months ago back in week 2 when it actually mattered and there was something to play for, not at the end of the season when the 49’ers are 3 games back and the division is all but wrapped up.

  20. direwolf748 says: Dec 4, 2013 11:41 AM

    the seahawks haven’t won in SF since Oct. 26th, 2008! the seahawks fear the 12th man at candlestick.

    /seahawk fan logic

  21. fumblenuts says: Dec 4, 2013 11:48 AM

    Try hurdling over Kam “BAM” Chancellor and he will knock you into tomorrow!

  22. adderal says: Dec 4, 2013 11:51 AM

    I expect a low scoring hard hitting affair. I don’t know about statement game, If SF wants to get back to Super Bowl which history tells me is unlikely after losing it they will have to win up north which would truly be a statement game. Im not sure the players actually hate each other as much as the fan bases. When one team beats the other in the playoffs thats a real rivalry. looking forward to sunday.

  23. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 11:58 AM

    @direwolf748

    KraperNoob hasn’t beat Seattle since Wilson took over as QB.

    Furthermore KraperNoob and the 49ers have more to lose in this game than Seattle.

    As a matter of fact, consider the fact the 49ers offense under KraperNoob has struggle with their 32nd ranked passing to produce and win games (home or away) vs/against every good winning team that are going to make the play-offs in good standing,
    there is very slim chance 9ers will win this one.

  24. david10654 says: Dec 4, 2013 11:58 AM

    @kaperchoke

    Personally I like Colon Krapernick better than KraperNoob. I just think the Noob portion isn’t as insulting, albiet true, as Colon Krapernick.

    All jokes aside, this should be a fun game to watch, and if Seattle wins in San Fran, it should lay to rest all that “Cant win on the Road” garbage. GO HAWKS!

  25. 509seahawks says: Dec 4, 2013 12:01 PM

    Gonna be a great game. Sunday can’t come soon enough.

  26. joemontanafan says: Dec 4, 2013 12:24 PM

    As a die hard 9er fan I absolutely hate the Seahawks! But I’m a fan if only 1 team so honestly I absolutely hate every team except mine. With that said I do have respect for Seattle’s season they are having. They have won some big games, they have eeked by some teams they should’ve blown out. But Thats what makes them a good team this year is finding ways to win those games. Thats what I have respect for.

    At kaperchok- honestly bro did you really bring up Wilson’s stats from the pro bowl?? Besides the MLB all-star game (which unfortunately means something now) in what sports all star game do you see any team playing defense?

  27. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 12:30 PM

    @ joemontanafan

    Wilson 2012 Pro Bowl stats just tells you he belongs.

    KraperNoob in a Pro Bowl, not sure he would have done as good or better. That’s why he is Kraper-Noob and he leads the 32nd passing this season and probably why he choke in the SB last season.

    No offense, but again that’s just my opinion, you don’t have to take my word for it lol!

  28. dalcow4 says: Dec 4, 2013 12:34 PM

    Seattle is mediocre away from home. Despite all the hype, Russell is not bad, but he is nowhere near great. Niners will win this one by two touchdowns.

    Then Seattle fan will say: “We didn’t really need this win so they didn’t give it their all.”

    But in reality they will be thanking their lucky stars that they get homefield advantage in the playoffs.

  29. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 12:43 PM

    If 9ers lose on Sunday, Harb might kill himself… lol everyone knows how much he hates Pete Carroll lol!

    And a loss on Sunday would be 3 in a row for Harb and KraperNoob vs Pete Carroll and Wilson, last time 9ers beat Seattle was with Alex Smith at home last season.

    If Kraper loses, maybe KraperNoob should just go ahead and shave both of his eye brows and even his pubics since that would be 3 in a row so it should be 3 spots.

  30. 5to46hawkfan says: Dec 4, 2013 12:44 PM

    This is going to be a great game!!! I’m a little disappointed about Vernon Davis’s comments…. Hate???? I am a Hawk fan through and through but I like great players. I like Vernon Davis but his comments leave me a little bewildered. Just play the game your best and keep your mouth shut. And every team has their players that make mistakes on and off the field. We have to remember, most of these players are still young men who are still developing in life and their craft.
    As far as Harbaurf, he’s a conceited a** and I don’t particularly care for him as a person. And kissing your own arm after a good play, really Kaperkook. That’s just silly. If the 49ers find some humility in the entire organization, they could win a lot more games. But as I said, still young guys developing. I’m excited about a great game on Sunday.
    You’ll see me at candlestick wearing my 24 Seattle jersey..
    Go hawks!

  31. coolherc says: Dec 4, 2013 1:15 PM

    dalcow4 says:
    Dec 4, 2013 12:34 PM

    Seattle is mediocre away from home. Despite all the hype, Russell is not bad, but he is nowhere near great. Niners will win this one by two touchdowns.

    *********************************************

    “Win” by 2 touchdowns?? It’s been 2 seasons since they even “scored” 2 touchdowns vs. Seattle.

    Talk about uninformed.

  32. sonoco says: Dec 4, 2013 2:03 PM

    The idea of the Hawks and their fans celebrating a division title in our house would be about the same feeling I had watching the residents of Gaza celebrating the WTC collapse.

  33. bayballtim says: Dec 4, 2013 2:04 PM

    kaperchoke says:
    Dec 4, 2013 12:30 PM
    @ joemontanafan

    Wilson 2012 Pro Bowl stats just tells you he belongs.

    KraperNoob in a Pro Bowl, not sure he would have done as good or better. That’s why he is Kraper-Noob and he leads the 32nd passing this season and probably why he choke in the SB last season.

    No offense, but again that’s just my opinion, you don’t have to take my word for it lol!
    ————————————————
    Honestly, only a Seahawks fan who thinks football started about a year and half ago would actually convince themselves that ProBowl stats mean anything.

    By the way Kaepernick wasn’t eligible to play on that game because he had an actual meaningful game to play the following week.

    But, you know don’t let logic or truth get in the way of blind fandom.

  34. tmtz2112 says: Dec 4, 2013 2:05 PM

    @Kaperchoke
    Man you just need to shut you mouth already, that’s why the players play on Sundays, to be the best no matter who the opponent, and you are so obsessed with Kaepernick its hilarious last i checked Wilson was in a pro bowl but Kaepernick was in the super bowl you turd. All these seachicken fans already crowning them, annoying starbucks junkies like Kaperchoke makes the seaderal fan base unlikable, just keep rooting for your team with no history or RINGS thats why Nike can make your uniforms look like puke, and we will see on Sunday when the players play the game.

  35. trollhammer20 says: Dec 4, 2013 2:08 PM

    dalcow4 says:
    Dec 4, 2013 12:34 PM

    Seattle is mediocre away from home. Despite all the hype, Russell is not bad, but he is nowhere near great. Niners will win this one by two touchdowns.

    Then Seattle fan will say: “We didn’t really need this win so they didn’t give it their all.”

    But in reality they will be thanking their lucky stars that they get homefield advantage in the playoffs.
    _________________________

    8-2 in the last ten road games is mediocre?

    And you mean Seattle fans will use the EXACT SAME EXCUSE to wash away a loss (should the ‘Hawks in fact lose) that the Niner fans did after losing by 29 last December?

    You don’t say…

  36. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 2:32 PM

    @tmtz2112

    Capt. Kraperapoop choke in the SB remember?

    Seattle will win the division this season, probably sweep the 9ers on Sunday, and have home field advantage throughout the play-offs and 1st round bye, therefore an easy path to the SB, while Kraperapoop, whose supposedly be better, rank last at 32rd in passing this season, lost every game vs play-off teams, proves the kid is a over hyped over rated noob choke artist that has clearly regressed.

    That must be hard for you to stomach as a 9er fan, for most 9er fans for that matter.

  37. thebirdofprey2 says: Dec 4, 2013 2:36 PM

    I will say it again, football is a game of match ups and Seattle can match up well to San Fransisco’s strengths. If we take Frank Gore out of the game, this is going to be a long night for Kaepernick.

    I will admit I do see Manningham convert 3rd downs, I underestimated his worth even though he is not a big numbers guy. Fans try point to the fact we looked average on the road, we have still won all but 1 road game. We looked average at a time on offense because we were missing 3 starting offensive lineman. Your team may be missing 2 this weekend leaving a difficult match up against an aggressive defensive line. The Rams played loose coverage last week because their secondary has struggled so bad. That won’t be the match up this weekend.

    SF defense has been playing at a high level so no doubt this should be a battle. Trust me, our fans won’t say that your team wanted this more (heard that from you guys last year). We have the same hate for your team as you do ours. Go Hawks!

  38. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 2:52 PM

    This is a Make or Break game for the over rated over hyped Kraperapoop.

    He’s got Boldin, Crabtree is back now (and prove he is healthy in the last game), Manningham back as the #3 WR also proven healthy and productive in the last few games and Pro Bowl TE in VD.
    And he’s got Gore, Hunter, LMJ in the backfield.

    There is NO Excuses. If he can’t easily score at least 2 TDs vs Seattle at home and win this game, he is a Loser, a choke, a noob, and this season is a lost cause. And that’s why he’s Mr. KraperNoob, Capt. KraperChoke, straight up Kraperapoop.

    Let’s see what he’s got vs the leagues top defense and a divisional rival he hasn’t beat and is about to sweep the 9ers, win the division on the way to the SB. LOL… Checkmate! Show us what you really got Kraperapoop!

  39. paythevig says: Dec 4, 2013 3:04 PM

    It’s a statement game for the niners because as of this point – Seattle is the best team in the NFC, arguably in the league. As a niners fan, I hate it, but that doesn’t take away the respect that i have to recognize a great team. Let’s be honest here – these teams are way more alike than they are different; and that’s what makes this rivalry fun.

    Fan’s will talk smack from both sides – that’s football. Let’s not pretend that one team is vastly superior to the other because these two teams could beat just about anybody else in the entire league. Seattle out-played/out-coached us the last two times; it’s up to the niners to make adjustments and get a win. Over the past several years – even before Harbaugh – these teams played each other competitively. This sunday – we will see two great teams clash – and the last time at the ‘Stick to boot.

    I’m excited about this one – and will be flying out there to see it live.

  40. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 3:16 PM

    @paythevig

    “these two teams could beat just about anybody else in the entire league.”

    Nope. Not the 9ers. They have lost every game vs play-off bound teams this season with KraperNoob leading the 32nd passing offense in the league, keep that in mind. KraperNoob has clearly regressed, not surprisingly as a matter of fact given the fact he was handed the job, instead of earning it.

    Now with crabtree back and healthy and the game at home there are No Excuses for losing this one, unless of course more Kraperexcuses if they lose LOL!!!

  41. paythevig says: Dec 4, 2013 3:40 PM

    @ Kaeperchoke:

    When we lost to the niners, keep in mind that it was 5-0 at half. The rout was on in the 4th Quarter, and sure – we lost. No excuses.

    I have a hunch if we played this version on the Colts, we would not be underdogs in that game.

    We lost to a very good Panthers team 10-9, (holding an offense that was averaging 35 points a game to 10 isn’t too shabby)

    As for the saints game – that Ahmad Brooks – sack/fumble flag changed the game.

    Yes we lost 4 games – but i’d be confident in playing those 4 teams again – and i strongly doubt any opposing head coach would have an easy time playing against the 49ers. Seattle included.

    People who watch the games could agree that Seattle has eeked out some wins that could’ve easily gone the other way. Seattle just as well could be 8-4. Sure, some of it is the talent to overcome, but there’s also a good bit of luck there as well – as there would be for any team.

    Even when i give respect – you still find the need to make another dig. I know a lot of seattle fans, and they are great fans that have respect and class – most of all – they are humble. Clearly you lack that quality.

    Whatever dude, good luck.

  42. sweetnlow44 says: Dec 4, 2013 3:52 PM

    Can’t wait for the game! I wish it was a must win for Seattle too though, would’ve made it a lot more fun.

  43. ratsfoiledagain says: Dec 4, 2013 3:59 PM

    dalcow4 says:
    Dec 4, 2013 12:34 PM

    Seattle is mediocre away from home. Despite all the hype, Russell is not bad, but he is nowhere near great. Niners will win this one by two touchdowns.

    Then Seattle fan will say: “We didn’t really need this win so they didn’t give it their all.”

    But in reality they will be thanking their lucky stars that they get homefield advantage in the playoffs.
    ************
    Seattle is 5-1 on the road this year. Not sure how mediocre that is since S.F. is 4-2 on the road this year.

    Seattle can go 2-2 the rest of the year and still have HFA for the playoffs.

  44. mf1849 says: Dec 4, 2013 4:01 PM

    There seem to be a lot of ad hominem attacks and frankly it’s pretty stupid. I expect Seattle to win, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they didn’t. I have a healthy respect for SanFran’s D and the offense if fully capable of scoring points. I also have a healthy respect for a lot of the 49er fans who aren’t just trolls. There is a ton of insight on these boards if you can get past the vitriol. Here’s to a great game on Sunday and I hope SanFran does make it to the playoffs so we can hopefully meet a third time. Go HAWKS!

  45. pnwl4a says: Dec 4, 2013 4:31 PM

    beeygin823 says:
    Dec 4, 2013 8:18 AM
    Will someone please wake me up when the Seahawks win a big game!

    I mean big playoff game

    Thos whole team runs their mouth like they have a couple of rings in their back pocket.

    For the most part they are disliked throughout the entire country.

    The NFL will be better off if any other team is holding the Lombardi trophy in February
    —————————————

    Eh? Do you mean big game as in smashing the Saints, the same Saints your 9ers lost too? …

    As far as those precious rings.. whats that in your back pocket, ah yes the dusty 20yr old ring that not a single player on the current 9er team had anything to do with.. gotcha

  46. ilovefoolsball says: Dec 4, 2013 4:37 PM

    paythevig says:
    Dec 4, 2013 3:40 PM
    As for the saints game – that Ahmad Brooks – sack/fumble flag changed the game.
    ___________
    I sense….butthurt.

    You know that play would not have mattered if your quarterback could’ve just gotten a few first downs.

    Hey, if it makes you feel better why not keep whining? That should clear everything up.

  47. kaperchoke says: Dec 4, 2013 4:58 PM

    @paythevig

    All I hear from you is KraperExcuses after KraperExcuses about the 49ers losing those games this season to play-off bound teams.

    No offense, but sad thing for you is, I’m not here to listen to your KraperExcuses.

    KraperNoob is a Noob and a Choke until HE proves it otherwise and he has NOT by choking in the SB last season and regressing this season by leading the 32nd ranked passing offense and losing to every play-off team the 49ers has faced.

    The same goes with Roman, Mr, Burger. He and his
    out of date double TE run based and read option offense is played out now, good teams have no problem stopping it and his time is up as well.

    As for Seattle, they’re a better team this season, if you are mad about it, be mad then lol.

  48. dacktle49 says: Dec 5, 2013 1:02 PM

    Hey @Kaperchoke What an embarrassment you are to the true fan base up in Seattle you’re the true definition of a DB. But hey at least know you are not alone, a lot of guys and girls just like you have sprung out of blue within the last year.

  49. kaperchoke says: Dec 5, 2013 3:21 PM

    @dacktle49

    I am a 9er fan. But not a KraperNoob fan until he proves it otherwise LOL!

  50. 49erfan44 says: Dec 6, 2013 4:47 PM

    KraperNoob? What are you, 10?

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