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    Week 12 Green Bay Packers (8-2) At San Francisco 49ers (9-1)


    Week Twelve
    VS


    Location: Levi Stadium, Santa Clara CA
    Sunday, November 24th at 8:20PM EST/ 7:20PM CST
    TV: NBC


    Players To Watch


    Quarterback

    ~VS~


    Jimmy Garoppolo, QB #10 - 2478 Yards / 18 TD 10 INT / 68.8 CMP% / 97.7 QB Rating
    Aaron Rodgers, QB #12 - 2718 Yards / 17 TD 2 INT / 64.8 CMP% / 102.7 QB Rating

    Running Back

    ~VS~


    Matt Breida, RB #22 - 542 Yards / 109 Carries/ 5.0 YPC / 1 TD
    Aaron Jones, RB #33 - 589 Yards / 139 Carries/ 4.4 YPC/ 11 TD

    Wide Receiver

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    Deebo Samuel, WR #15 - 38 Catches / 473 Yards / 1 TD
    Davante Adams, WR #17 - 39 Catches / 537 Yards / 0 TD


    Tight End

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    George Kittle, TE #85 - 46 Catches / 541 Yards / 2 TD
    Jimmy Graham, TE #80 - 27 Catches / 310 Yards / 3 TD

    Defensive Line

    ~VS~


    DeForest Buckner, DT #91 - 40 Tackles / 5.0 Sacks / 2 PD
    Kenny Clark, DE #97 - 34 Tackles / 1.5 Sacks/ 0 PD


    Linebacker

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    Fred Warner, LB #48 - 70 Tackles / 2.0 Sacks / 4 PD
    Blake Martinez, LB #50 - 102 Tackles / 1.0 Sacks / 0 PD


    Defensive Back

    ~VS~


    Richard Sherman, CB #25 - 38 Tackles / 3 INT / 10 PDEF / 0 Sack
    Kevin King, CB #20 - 47 Tackles / 3 INT / 11 PDEF / 1 Sack

    Kicker

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    Robbie Gould, K #9 - 13 FGM / 20 FGA / 26 XPM / 26 XPA
    Mason Crosby, K #2 - 13 FGM / 14 FGA / 29 XPM / 29 XPA

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    These are the winning percentages of remaining opponents for all the playoff contenders. Winning this game puts GB in really good shape moving forward.

    49ers .683 (1st)
    Rams .603 (2nd)
    Seahawks .589 (4th)
    Saints .550 (10th)
    Vikings .539 (12th)
    Cowboys .533 (15th)
    Packers .451 (22nd)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugottabjoshinme View Post
    These are the winning percentages of remaining opponents for all the playoff contenders. Winning this game puts GB in really good shape moving forward.

    49ers .683 (1st)
    Rams .603 (2nd)
    Seahawks .589 (4th)
    Saints .550 (10th)
    Vikings .539 (12th)
    Cowboys .533 (15th)
    Packers .451 (22nd)
    Will be SF third game in 13 days....GB coming off a bye. I like Pack's chances.

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    Huge game. Two weeks to prepare ... we better come out swinging

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    Quote Originally Posted by petrey10 View Post
    Huge game. Two weeks to prepare ... we better come out swinging
    Packers win this and homefield looks like a very good possibility. Would benefit against a slinging it around indoor team like the Saints but IMO homefield wouldn't be that huge of an advantage elsewhere except not playing in loud place like SEA. But SF, MIN, etc. are built to run the ball and play defense which would play well in the cold, snow. Biggest thing is the bye and in the final 4 of NFC just one win from NFCC.

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    its weird... we should lose this quite easily but i feel like we will win

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    its weird... we should lose this quite easily but i feel like we will win
    I'm not sure why you think we should lose easily? SF hasn't played anybody good this year outside of Seattle.

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    Some pretty major injuries to keep an eye on for SF in Ford, Staley, and Brieda. Ford and staley were just ruled out actually. If Brieda also cant go then thats incredibly fortunate for us. They already lost Kwon Alexander a few weeks ago too so they're already down a starter on D. Then Kittle and Sanders are on the report but i suspect they will go.

    Massive massive game. Chance to go top of the conference with games versus the Giants, Redskins, and the Bears coming up, and other teams like SF-NO and Sea- Minn play each other during that span. Thats amazingly lucky for things to fall that way and it needs to be taken advantage of.

    I feel like we are getting them at a really good time. They will be playing their 3rd game in 13 days. They've struggled a bit of late and of course the injuries. Then we are fully healthy and coming off the bye. Great teams win this game period

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    Dammit Rodgers, that probably throws the game.

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    ok that was a bunch of ****, that flag on Adams was crap, the ball never crossed the plain so shouldn't have been a touchdown on that play.

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    Im just puzzled how Rodgers forward progress wasn't stopped on that play

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    Quote Originally Posted by PackerBum9786 View Post
    ok that was a bunch of ****, that flag on Adams was crap, the ball never crossed the plain so shouldn't have been a touchdown on that play.
    Eh, I don’t agree with your assessment on either.

    Regardless, we fumbled on the opening drive and gave them the ball at the 6 and they scored on the very first play.

    Hard to win tough games when spot the other team 7 points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayzak15 View Post
    Im just puzzled how Rodgers forward progress wasn't stopped on that play
    Cause he kept moving. If the dumbass would’ve just gone down, it wouldn’t have happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfishguy85 View Post
    Cause he kept moving. If the dumbass would’ve just gone down, it wouldn’t have happened.
    Still he wasn't moving forward, I've seen many with much less contact get whistled down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayzak15 View Post
    Still he wasn't moving forward, I've seen many with much less contact get whistled down.
    I get what you’re saying, and I kinda thought the same in real time but after seeing the replay I wouldn’t have given him the call. Just go down.

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