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Old 13.01.2014, 02:04 PM
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16-13 hawks and hopefully sherman and boldin go at it and i really hope its a great. best two teams in the nfl imo. really looking forward to it. hopefully the refs dont spoil it. ill let harbaugh do that
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17 - 20 to the Hawks
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Old 13.01.2014, 02:10 PM
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Very close game, both similar teams but Niners offense will produce a little more when its all settled.
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Seattle, Seattle, Seattle, Seattle, Seattle, Seattle ... Seattle.
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Old 13.01.2014, 02:16 PM
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who do you want to win,
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Old 13.01.2014, 02:37 PM
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The Seahawks are an excellent team but I don't find them a very likeable team. I would like to see the 9ers go up there and dish out some payback for the two beatdowns they've suffered in their last two visits to Seattle. It would be nice to see Pete Carroll and Richard Sherman's faces if they have to shake Jim Harbaugh's hand after having their Superbowl dream ended by him.

I do think the 'Hawks will win this game though.
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Old 13.01.2014, 02:41 PM
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I want to see the hissiest of all Harbaugh fits.
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The Seahawks are an excellent team but I don't find them a very likeable team. I would like to see the 9ers go up there and dish out some payback for the two beatdowns they've suffered in their last two visits to Seattle. It would be nice to see Pete Carroll and Richard Sherman's faces if they have to shake Jim Harbaugh's hand after having their Superbowl dream ended by him.

I do think the 'Hawks will win this game though.
It works both ways though. Both teams and coaches can be seen as unlikeable depending on your viewpoint.

Harbaugh's sideline histrionics are more annoying though
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The Seahawks are an excellent team but I don't find them a very likeable team. I would like to see the 9ers go up there and dish out some payback for the two beatdowns they've suffered in their last two visits to Seattle. It would be nice to see Pete Carroll and Richard Sherman's faces if they have to shake Jim Harbaugh's hand after having their Superbowl dream ended by him.
Absolute polar opposite, as ever!

I'd love to see Harbaugh have to shake hands with a grinning Carroll who loudly announces "That's MY deal!" As I said in another thread I love the quiet, thoughtful zen-master thing Wilson has going on, against the childish, high-school jock behaviour fraom Kaep (shame really, he seemed pretty understated & likeable before he took over, maybe Jim didn't influence back-ups too much!).

Can't deny the way their D shut down the Panthers last night, but I can't seperate out all the of-feild BS, the the high-school jock attitude that seems to trickle down from the head coach through all the players and the general unlikeable'ness either, even when they're playing the ratbirds!

Hope the Hawks slaughter 'em, but I predict a ten point or less win for the home team.
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It works both ways though. Both teams and coaches can be seen as unlikeable depending on your viewpoint.

Harbaugh's sideline histrionics are more annoying though
Yeah I realise that. I don't mind Jim Harbaugh though, I certainly prefer him to Pete Carroll.

I like the way Harbaugh has the 9ers playing and John Harbaugh will be rooting for his brother so I'm supporting the 9ers the rest of the way.
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