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View Poll Results: Who will win?

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  • 49ers

    42 48.84%
  • Seahawks

    44 51.16%
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  1. #1
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    NFC Championship: San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks, Sunday 1/19 3:30pm PST

















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    And so it begins...
    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderLakersA's View Post
    And yet isn't that the very definition of a bandwagon hopper, e.g., they're a Niner fan when the team is winning, but the minute the Niners lose their shine they hop onto the next big thing?

    I've seen that very thing happen recently, as one of my co-workers switched from being a Niner fan to a Seahawks fan just this season.

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    I'm going SF, but it will be close.
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    To us though, to the Philly faithful, that QB is Nick Foles. To us, that's our QB.

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    Close one for sure. Hawks 13-20

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    Hawks 24-13 whiners

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    I have always thought SF has the best chance at beating SEA at home. I still think Seattle takes this one.
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    NFC Championship: San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks, Sunday 1/19 3:30pm PST

    The betting man in me wants to say Seattle outright but as a niner fan I do have a pretty good feeling about this game despite our recent troubles @Seattle.

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    I have no prediction on the outcome, but this game has the makings of a classic.

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    This is what's needed to turn this into a real rivalry. The Niners haven't gone into Seattle playing better football or healthier than they are right now. Winning this one makes the other 2 completely irrelevant. Go Niners!
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    i went with SF to win the NFC before playoffs started and gotta stick with em here. Both team are palying great, they know each other, they hate each other, etc but i think the Niners have the slight edge even playing Seattle but this has the makings for a classic. 20-19 SF

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    20-19 Seattle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akas206 View Post
    Hawks 24-13 whiners
    The Hawks are whiners? Refreshing to see a fan being brutally honest about his own team.
    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderLakersA's View Post
    And yet isn't that the very definition of a bandwagon hopper, e.g., they're a Niner fan when the team is winning, but the minute the Niners lose their shine they hop onto the next big thing?

    I've seen that very thing happen recently, as one of my co-workers switched from being a Niner fan to a Seahawks fan just this season.

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    I can see it being a close one. 24-21 for Seahawks. I think 49ers play better than last time at seattle but ultimately lose.

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    The way both these teams play defense.. IMO it will come down who wins the turnover battle and the timing of those turnovers.. Ive seen 4 or 5 games of Seattle's this season and cant help to think that the way their secondary plays so physical it might come back to haunt them in a close game..

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    I see Seattle rolling out to a big lead with SF doing a comeback to make it close. Seattle wins.

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