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Posted: 12/20/2011 2:11:15 AM

Away:  San Francisco [11-2-1 ATS]
Home:  Seattle [9-4-1 ATS]

Game Time: 4:15 PM
Stadium: CenturyLink Field

Recent Meetings:
09/11/11 - SEA 17 vs. SF 33

Team Leaders:

San Francisco:
Passing: Alex Smith (2752)
Rushing: Frank Gore (1119)
Receiving: Michael Crabtree (703)

Seattle:
Passing: Tarvaris Jackson (2706)
Rushing: Marshawn Lynch (1011)
Receiving: Doug Baldwin (731)

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Posted: 12/20/2011 3:35:11 AM
both teams had two big wins last week.the seahawks killed the bears,and my niners smashed pittsburg . i have to go with my niners on this game.we have a better quarterback with two awesome men named gore and davis.this game should be a blow out. final score 49ers 38-10    
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Posted: 12/20/2011 1:05:48 PM
Agreed!!! Seattle made me some $$ but the previous 3 teams that the defeated were all having problems.  STL is one of the worst.. Phi was struggling with injuries.. CHI...anybody can beat CHI now-a-day with Cutler out.  Waiting for line to go SF -2.5 and will load it large..

SF -2.5 Large.
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Posted: 12/20/2011 9:51:59 PM
Seattle large please!
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Posted: 12/21/2011 8:02:11 PM

Seattle won the last games because of the many turn overs they got from Chicago, 4 INT.  Give any team a short field and it could always look like a blow out.

Seattle previous two which are Rams and Phi were good wins.  Balanced offense with 145 rush yards on Rams and 174 on Phi.  Problem is now they face 49'ers with a great run D.

Line is surprisingly low.  Looks fishy to me.  I don't see much of a run game from Lynch.  I remember the Zona game with SF.  SF got burned in the secondary by Fitzgerald.  Then next game SF got 2 key INT and stopped pitt nicely.  It's odd.

Anyway this line begs to play SF.  Seattle is like Miami, getting their stride and putting together some wins.  Tough luck for SF playing a team that won 3 straight and looks like they have a lot of confidence.  As someone stated earlier.  Seattle 3 wins were against iffy teams.

Lynch will be a small factor.  It's up to Tavaris Jackson to keep Seattle close in the game.  T. Jackson can make short passes just like Smith.  He has nice targets in Miller and Tate.  I don't see Jackson having a good day.

SF is the play but don't bet the bank. Bet against a hot team may get you burned.

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Posted: 12/21/2011 10:31:55 PM
MORE SF LOVE PLEASE, MUCH MUCH MORE!
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Posted: 12/21/2011 11:53:38 PM

i jumped on SF at -3 last Friday. Pre-mature of me :{

I am worried that SF is being played at such a low point spread.

Sea is at home and the 12th man will keep them close, because they still have a small change to go to the playoffs....playoffs, did you say playoffs?  Sorry but i couldn't help it :)

Will not put any more on SF and i accually want Seattle to win, but $ is what we bet for. Either way i win...& lose LOL

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Posted: 12/22/2011 2:11:16 PM
DONT SWEAT

HARBAUGH  OWNS  CARROLL SINCE BOTH WERE COLLEGE HC,---MY 49EERS HERE
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Posted: 12/22/2011 8:40:39 PM
SF easy money
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Posted: 12/22/2011 9:42:16 PM
Seattle is a young team gaining confidence and finding their way in the last 3 weeks, winning @CHI and beating the Eagles. SF is coming off an emotional win against a physical team with a Mon-Sat short turnover to prepare. Sea has the running game and D# to keep this one close.

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Posted: 12/22/2011 9:54:39 PM

Since the Falcons don't play until Monday night, and the Lions play the late game too, the Seahawks know they could still be in the playoff hunt with a win. I'm thinking Vegas feels the same way.

Plus, 49ers just played an emotional game Monday night, on a super short week, and they're coming into a rejuvinated Seattle house?

For all of you thinking "49ers easy money" "49ers in a blowout" - think about this:

this line started at just -3, and now on Thursday night, it's down to -1?

Gimme the 12th man advantage...............

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Posted: 12/23/2011 12:57:30 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by kerouacar:

Seattle is a young team gaining confidence and finding their way in the last 3 weeks, winning @CHI and beating the Eagles. SF is coming off an emotional win against a physical team with a Mon-Sat short turnover to prepare. Sea has the running game and D# to keep this one close.

SEA +2


ohhh yeahhh a  Bears team that got bad-beated by god and Tbow-with a poor piss lame excuse of a QB that just made enough turn overs for his team to get smoked

And the Vick-less  Eagles with a  louysy por piss lame performance of vince young that was crying like a box after his picks six

and then the jewe of the Crown on the Sea-Turds crown---the hapeless RAmss

gimme a break man

Seattle are in a run over lousy teams
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Posted: 12/23/2011 1:01:54 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TheQuadYeah:

Since the Falcons don't play until Monday night, and the Lions play the late game too, the Seahawks know they could still be in the playoff hunt with a win. I'm thinking Vegas feels the same way.

Plus, 49ers just played an emotional game Monday night, on a super short week, and they're coming into a rejuvinated Seattle house?

For all of you thinking "49ers easy money" "49ers in a blowout" - think about this:

this line started at just -3, and now on Thursday night, it's down to -1?

Gimme the 12th man advantage...............

Seahawks M/L



well  NO EMOTIONAL LET DOWN

Harbaugh will have the 9ers ready to begin their PLay off run, im not stating a blow out, this will be a hard fought deffense game, 49ers will shut out Beast Mode for first time , so Tarvaris will have to air it out--that will be a  probem for seattle----Harbaugh owns Carroll sorry behind ---- but your bet is right, if u think SEa-Hens will win , why take the pts, -1 or -2 or pk its just stupid at that number, who ever win will cover the spread---BOL

but the 12th man will mean garbage this time
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Posted: 12/23/2011 12:51:26 PM
SF has alot to play for here.  1st round bye in the balance.  Saints could jump them with a loss.  Saints play after this game so 49ers have to assume they still need the win by kickoff.  Saints are hot, get rival Atl at home in meaningful division game, and then have a very beatable Carolina team at home.  

So no way Harbaugh can rest on hoping Saints take a dive one game.  49ers have the tie-breaker if they both win out.  Getting a bye and then home game is huge in playoffs.  Having a great year like SF only to fall at the end and play in wildcard round is a mini failure.  They certainly don't want to have travel to NO in the 2nd round, and then go to GB.  That would change their chances dramatically.  

Yes, Seattle has playoff motivation, but it's miniscule.  The better team is SF and both are playing this game with meaning.  Gotta take 49ers here to punctuate the season and keep the #2 seed intact.  Not to mention, GB takes a dive with all their injuries and the #1 seed is not out of question, Packers have Detroit last game and Lions may need that game.  

Point is, all these teams have alot to play for...select the winner of who you think is better and should win, not who you believe is playing it safe, as they aren't.  And Harbaugh would never rest until there is no more chance to gain something.

On a side note, if 49ers win here, the Packers will win the game head-up (not sure ATS) against Bears.  If 49ers lose, different ballgame, as one seed is locked up and they can rest everyone.        
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Posted: 12/23/2011 3:22:00 PM
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Posted: 12/23/2011 4:30:08 PM
s49ers will not allow lynch to run ..they don't allow any one to run !! seattle passing  game , they don't have one ...49rs and the under gl all 
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Posted: 12/23/2011 7:12:23 PM
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Posted: 12/23/2011 7:36:30 PM
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Posted: 12/23/2011 8:16:33 PM
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both teams had two big wins last week.the seahawks killed the bears,and my niners smashed pittsburg . i have to go with my niners on this game.we have a better quarterback with two awesome men named gore and davis.this game should be a blow out. final score 49ers 38-10    

 

Seattle beats the bears consistently... Jackson is playing just as well as smith and as good of a season as gore has had... not many backs are playing as good as lynch right now.  seattle D is playing good... two evenly matched teams right now imo... seattle gets the edge at home

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Posted: 12/23/2011 8:39:08 PM
Love the 9ers, but have a feeling that they struggle after a short week on the road.

I can see Lynch breaking their no rushing td streak too.  :(
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Posted: 12/23/2011 9:31:00 PM

Can you say "Set Up". Anyone handicapping this game with SF's recent past games and not allowing a 100yd rusher all year and if I'm not mistaking, they have not allowed a rushing TD, how the hell are they only a 2 pt fav???????

Give me Sea as a 2pt Home dog. Why is SF not a 5,6 or 7 pt favorite? Is this not the same team on  Monday night that was a 3 pt home fav vs Pitt? You do the math.....................

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Posted: 12/23/2011 9:57:20 PM
Lynch has not been as good as it may appear.  He didn't do anything last week against the Bears.  I watched the game.  He ended up with 42 yards rushing, 2 yards a carry.   The Bears LOST that game, Seattle did not win it.   Secondly, the game prior, Lynch played St. Louis.  Lynch had 115 yards, which looks great, except St. Louis consistently went 3 & out that game, giving the ball back to Seattle.  Not too mention, St. Louis ranks LAST (that's right) DEAD LAST in the league vs. the run.

My point is; go ahead and trick yourself into thinking Seattle is "hot" and they are on a "run"..  and they are playing with the "12th" man.  That's fine.  But I am just trying to throw out valuable information to help you save your money if you are betting Seattle.  

The "12th" man didn't seem to bother a rookie QB Andy Dalton or Rex Grossman, both who won AT Seattle.  As for some of Seattle's bigger wins; Giants, Philly, Bears, Ravens etc...  Those teams combined for 16 turnovers.. something SF simply doesn't do.

San Fran has the better Running game, better defensive line, offensive line and better coach...  and they simply don't beat themselves like the above teams did.   
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Posted: 12/23/2011 11:31:33 PM
Winning teams that already in play off picture mostly don;t put 100% effort into their last 2-3 games such as Houston, GB, SF....so SF?  I have made pretty good cash for the last few years with the last 2-3 weeks.

If i'm a coach, i'll tell my boys to rest and get healthy for my play off games :)

Seattle +1.
SF favored -3 to Pitt and only -1 to Seattle?
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Posted: 12/24/2011 2:20:27 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by kerouacar:

Seattle is a young team gaining confidence and finding their way in the last 3 weeks, winning @CHI and beating the Eagles. SF is coming off an emotional win against a physical team with a Mon-Sat short turnover to prepare.
Sea has the running game and D# to keep this one close.

SEA +2

Do you realize that the 49ers have not allowed a rushing TD all season???

Zero...

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Posted: 12/24/2011 2:20:49 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by kerouacar:

Seattle is a young team gaining confidence and finding their way in the last 3 weeks, winning @CHI and beating the Eagles. SF is coming off an emotional win against a physical team with a Mon-Sat short turnover to prepare.
Sea has the running game and D# to keep this one close.

SEA +2

Do you realize that the 49ers have not allowed a rushing TD all season???

Zero...

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