New Orleans at San Francisco (01/14/2012)

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Posted: 1/13/2012 12:20:30 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ewillie169:



I like Ginn's special team play, which btw has been another key for the niner's wins. The other key play, Willis will be back in his 2nd game, after his return, he tweeted:

Patrick Willis: "Today is suppose to be a day to rest but I didn't feel good about the way I felt n played yesterday coming back So no rest for me. Grind n getting back to form n better is what it's all about for me these next 2 weeks. Good day my twitt friends"  

To me, that sounds like a man on a mission, yes, a "key" part of an already potent defense...  GLTA


SF has a huge special teams advantage.... Ginn is a threat everytime he touches the ball....  Willis coming back is a huge huge factor

SF most impressive performance in my opinion was the come from behind victory in Philly.... it's a well coached team at home getting points... I gotta chase the dawg!
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Posted: 1/13/2012 12:21:23 AM
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Posted: 1/13/2012 12:30:23 AM
Brees is just too on fire, very motivated, i dont think the 49ers are able to stop him, i will go with the saint -3.5 BOL 
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Posted: 1/13/2012 2:08:35 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TheQuadYeah:

 - - that's it right there.........

to sum up - Niners can run and stop the run. Detriot could do neither. And, due to the short week and cross country trip, you'll see the Saints sucking some hard wind by the third quarter. Plus it's outside and on grass? Plus I get points?

Niners +3.5

Niners M/L

Niners 1st half, 2nd half, O/T, whatever.............

 

 cross country trip -  its a 2 hour time difference, and 3 hour flight. not even worth mentioning as a factor in game.

 

 

 

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Posted: 1/13/2012 2:29:18 AM
Saints All In!!!!!!!
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Posted: 1/13/2012 5:02:07 AM
Saints but buy the hook imo, this should be a good game. 
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Posted: 1/13/2012 11:31:58 AM
Last 3 weeks I've taken Saints line & the over in a 2 game par. All have hit. up big money on the saints, so looks like i'll give it a shot once more. That last game was not redemption for the Seattle Loss. This game will be just that. My prediction Saints 35-21 as breezy rolls to the NFC championship.
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Posted: 1/13/2012 12:48:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by pepa192:

in a blowout? No more drugs 4 u my friend!!!! 49ers at Home, bye week, n given up only 14points a game all season?? Put your House, Mother in-law n your kids on da 49champs..
Go ahead and kiss your house,mother in law and kids good by because the Saints cover the 3.5
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Posted: 1/13/2012 4:21:45 PM
NFL playoff record 4-1 ( NFL playoff record since 2000 - 84% )

NWO-3.5 @SF
The 49ers have the enviormental advantage. There is a good chance that on the grass field of Candlestick Park it will be wet and windy . And all three losses by the Saints have been on the road (at Green Bay, at Tampa Bay and at St. Louis. Also a three-point overtime win in Atlanta and a near loss in Tenneesse when Jake Locker could not find an end zone reciver on the last play. But Drew Brees has thrown for 300 or more in 14 of 17 games. Alex Smith did not throw for 300 yards once this season. The 49ers are physical, but so are the Saints. This is the best offence the 49ers have played all year and the NFC South is a tougher divison than the NFC West. In the battle of offence vs defence, I will take the Saints offence in any environment.

Den+13.5 @NE
Okay look, as much as Denver beat Pittsburgh last week, Pittsburgh beat themselves with the dropped passes, the poor shot-gun snap, the fumbles, etc. I give Tim Tebow credit but New England will be a polished offence. I give Denver a chance in that they are going from a top defence to a Patriots secondary that ended 31st at the end of the season. Also, Ryan Clady and Orlando Franklin are two excellent pass blocking tackles so Tebow should have time. I don't think the Broncos will win, but as good as New England is, 13.5 points is too much for me. Pats win but Broncos fight and cover.

Hou+9 @Balt
The big advantage is quarterback experience; Baltimore has it in Joe Flacco but Houston not nearly as much with T.J. Yates. Houston has the second best defence in football and Baltimore is third. Houston has a great 1,000+ running back in Arian Foster and Baltimore has a 1,000+ running back in Ray Rice. The last time Houston played Baltimore, it was close until the fourth quarter before Baltimore scored 29 points to win easy. But Andre Johnson did not play in that game and he will this week. Baltimore wins but Houston keeps it close.

NYG@GB -9
Green Bay by nine may be too many points. Aaron Rodgers is phenomenal at home with a QB rating of 128, 24 touchdowns and only four interceptions. The Giants may be playing their best right now, and with their three good running backs, have a chance to win the time of possesion and accumulate first downs, a clear priority. Still, I am not sure if New York can match Green Bay touchdown for touchdown. Against Atlanta, the Giants benefitted from two critical but inefficiant 4th down plays by Atlanta. That is not is going to happen with the Packers. Packers cover.

Good luck everyone!  
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Posted: 1/13/2012 6:53:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by livie:

 cross country trip -  its a 2 hour time difference, and 3 hour flight. not even worth mentioning as a factor in game.

Yeah, because that never happens. Also the fact that they had to play last week while the Niners had the bye won't be a factor either.

This game is on Fox, so it's probably Joe Buck and Troy Aikman announcing - so, late in the third quarter, as Frank Gore just continually runs over this defensive line and Joe says, "The linebackers look gassed" or Troy mentions how "flat" the DE's are playing, we'll just assume it's becasue they didn't stay at a Holiday Inn Express the night before!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted: 1/13/2012 7:28:44 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by p-99:

The three games that NO lost are against the teams that can stop the run:

                        NO                 GB                    Result

Rush/yds         81                  103              lost 34-41

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                         NO                  TB

Rush/yds         70                   117             lost 20-26

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                         NO                    SL

Rush/yds         56                     140           lost 21-31

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and the games that they almost lost...

                         NO                     AT

Rush/yds          41                      138          won in OT 26-23

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As you can see that NO will have problem playing against SF who allowed only ave. 79 yds./gm rushing 'cause then they become one dimension team (passing).

 

lets see how good their running Defense really is!!!!,By they way The Saints can get away with being one dimension

 

Analyzing the 49ers #1 Rush Defense

Rushing ranks of opponents played

14th ranked Pitt
18th ranked Dallas (Lost)
19th ranked Cincy
21st ranked Seattle Twice
23rd ranked Rams Twice
24th ranked Cards Twice
25th ranked Washington
28th ranked Cleveland
29th ranked Detroit
30th ranked Tampa Bay
32nd ranked Giants

Then 5th ranked Philly (Barely won 23-24)
Then 10th ranked Baltimore (Lost)
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Posted: 1/13/2012 8:57:26 PM

SF scores FG's in the red zone while the Saints score TD's in a myriad of ways. Give me

Saints-3.5

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Posted: 1/13/2012 9:17:12 PM
i believe harbaugh will have alex smith ready to go, i know No will get thier points but im thinking this could be a score fest if No puts up alot of points SF will need lots to catch up. Im a niners fan i sure hope SF wins but im sticking to the over in this one thinking at least 17-17 at half and game end up around 28- 24 and hoping SF on the right side, GL all i just couldnt pick a side in this one.
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Posted: 1/13/2012 10:25:48 PM

30-20......road warriors

 

 

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Posted: 1/13/2012 10:39:39 PM
There is a good chance that on the grass field 
of Candlestick Park it will be wet and windy . 
There will be slight candlestick wind but no rain at all and has'nt rained.
NFL will not let them water that field.  They are about scoring points!
Saints will like the field I am sure.
The wind will only affect Akers because of Niners poor converting
 in red zone Red Zone.  Saints will be putting it in.
Niners are scared of this one.
Saints 38  Akers 12
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Posted: 1/13/2012 10:44:08 PM
lets see how good their running Defense really is!!!!,By they way The Saints can get away with being one dimension

 

Analyzing the 49ers #1 Rush Defense

Rushing ranks of opponents played

14th ranked Pitt 
18th ranked Dallas (Lost) 
19th ranked Cincy 
21st ranked Seattle Twice 
23rd ranked Rams Twice 
24th ranked Cards Twice 
25th ranked Washington 
28th ranked Cleveland 
29th ranked Detroit 
30th ranked Tampa Bay 
32nd ranked Giants 

Then 5th ranked Philly (Barely won 23-24) 
Then 10th ranked Baltimore (Lost) 


This is good info, this is what we pay you for.  Good work Lenny!
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Posted: 1/14/2012 1:46:14 AM

Are you kidding me SF beats NO...

What's my name? We beat SF with Skelton and I shouldn't even be typing thier names in same sentence

The way they will use Graham and Sproles will make those SF fans leave early and forget about the price of the seats

If you take +3.5 or ML on the game(SF),this is all your doing

Think about it

*JUST IN CASE YOUR BETTING WITH THE SAINTS ,DON'T GETBUY THE HOOK...PEACE !!!

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Posted: 1/14/2012 2:21:24 AM
sAINTS
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Posted: 1/14/2012 3:33:27 AM
SO.... SAINTS IS THE PLAY. 

49ers = #1 defense? 

they let St Louis score 27points? 
and if Demarco Murray can run like 200yds on the Rams... and 49ers can barely run 116yds combined... something is wrong. 

NOLA has graham. AND sproles. cant stop both. and even if you can you cant stop colston, meachem, moore, henderson... just saying. too much to handle. 
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Posted: 1/14/2012 5:30:37 AM
Saints -3.5
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Posted: 1/14/2012 5:58:30 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by livie:

 

 cross country trip -  its a 2 hour time difference, and 3 hour flight. not even worth mentioning as a factor in game.

 

 

 

Saints left 2 days ago,to Make sure that the 49er's didnt water the fieldTime change will not be a factor
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Posted: 1/14/2012 6:17:18 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by BreakaBookie:



The Saints team might be the fastest I've ever seen next to the best show on turf, but on grass they will be slowed down..... they are letting that grow to like 2 feet LOL

cross country trip on short week doesn't help the Saints......

Ginn and Willis are playing I believe.....

Saints have always had trouble against good running teams.... Micheal Turner (not this season), Peyton Hillis, Steven Jackson, and everyone remembers Marshawn Lynch.....

I look at last years game in Seattle similiar, only the SF 49ers are MUCH MUCH Better.... and arguably so are the Saints...... but that stadium is going to be loud and that's a huge difference for the Saints outside of the Superdome....

SF is terrible in the redzone.... that's definitely not a secret and I'm sure the coach of the year will craft up some creative red zone plays.... I bet an offensive linemen scores against a Saints team that love to blitz....


SF ML
SF +3.5

GL TO ALL!


Saints are made to play inside of a gym, too bad this game is outside the way football was meant to be played. Saints loss to 2 of the worst teams in the NFL, plus were crushed by Seattle in the playoffs last year. Watch as they fall apart today. Brees will throw 60+ times in a loss.

SF 3.5+
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Posted: 1/14/2012 6:26:20 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by saints12:

Saints left 2 days ago,to Make sure that the 49er's didnt water the fieldTime change will not be a factor


In that case i would have flooded the field 4 days ago. Any water there won't dry up.

"Time change will not be a factor." It wasn't a factor in Seattle last year either.
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Posted: 1/14/2012 6:46:57 AM
QUOTE

Originally Posted by W8LIFTER:

San Francisco 49ers +3.5  LARGE

YUUUUUUUUUP!

and SF ML small

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Posted: 1/14/2012 6:49:56 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by vue21849:

       Both teams are having a stellar year. We can all be impressed on how the Saints light up the board at home. But on the road,they're a "different animal".  While I could see a possibilty of a close 1-2 point win by New Orleans, the most likely scenario is a San Francisco win & cover. 

SAN FRANCISCO   +3.5

4T 9ERS !!

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