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Posted: 1/6/2013 8:09:35 PM

Away:  Green Bay [10-7 ATS]
Home:  San Francisco [9-7 ATS]

Game Time: 8:00 PM
Stadium: Candlestick Park

Recent Meetings:
09/09/12 - SF 30 vs. GB 22

Team Leaders:

Green Bay:
Passing: Aaron Rodgers (4569)
Rushing: Alex Green (464)
Receiving: Randall Cobb (961)

San Francisco:
Passing: Colin Kaepernick (1814)
Rushing: Frank Gore (1212)
Receiving: Michael Crabtree (1105)

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Posted: 1/6/2013 11:47:32 PM
NINERS 27-17
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Posted: 1/7/2013 7:14:50 AM
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Posted: 1/7/2013 8:28:10 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DaBestEver24:

NINERS 27-17
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Posted: 1/7/2013 9:47:11 AM

PACKERS 34 - 21

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Posted: 1/7/2013 12:58:31 PM
Big 5 Reasons

5. GB had the worst defense in NFL history last year! We still miss Nick Collins, most fans don't know his story or how good/important to this packer team. Google Nick Collins to hear it if you don't know it...

4. I don't think the MIN win was that impressive like most Packer fans do. I thought a good team would have beat Joe Webb at home by more than 10.

3. Harbaugh's team has gotten an extra week preparing for this GB team, and is at home. This also gave guys like Justin Smith extra time to get healthy.
*Note that this is because of the replacement officials.* 

2. They played week one in Lambeau and SF dominated the line play on both sides and won 30-22.

1. Public nailing GB....

Wanted to bet GB, but I don't think I can for those five reasons...

Regardless I personally don't need money on this game to say, 

Go PACK Go


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Posted: 1/7/2013 10:59:49 PM
The bye week in my opinion was most needed in SF bc of the Patriot game. They flew to New England grabbed a 28 pt lead then absolutely lost every ounce of gas in the tank and held on for dear life. Then flew home went to Seattle with an empty tank(I unloaded on seattle) and got absolutely buried. Last game was very lethargic vs arizona.
Now they get their second wind V Davis gets his head str8 they needed the week off badly. GB will not be able to stop SF this kid from Nevada is the real deal the running game will punish GB and SF will contain GB not totally stop Rogers but contain them. SF will win by 7 plus and control the game...GL everyone. 
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Posted: 1/8/2013 12:19:47 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lip2525:

The bye week in my opinion was most needed in SF bc of the Patriot game. They flew to New England grabbed a 28 pt lead then absolutely lost every ounce of gas in the tank and held on for dear life. Then flew home went to Seattle with an empty tank(I unloaded on seattle) and got absolutely buried. Last game was very lethargic vs arizona.
Now they get their second wind V Davis gets his head str8 they needed the week off badly. GB will not be able to stop SF this kid from Nevada is the real deal the running game will punish GB and SF will contain GB not totally stop Rogers but contain them. SF will win by 7 plus and control the game...GL everyone. 
yeppers thats why i will bet $220.00 on the 9 ers tommorow at william will here in sin city
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Posted: 1/8/2013 6:11:50 AM
I think the two teams that played in week 1 aren't anywhere close to the two teams playing this weekend.. I think that people shouldn't even consider that game when handicapping this one..

Early Lean on GB in this one
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Posted: 1/8/2013 6:28:55 AM
leaning toward SF and o45 early...
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Posted: 1/8/2013 7:32:59 AM
Packers Good spot for Rogers to shine
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Posted: 1/8/2013 11:32:39 AM
It doesn't matter who the QB is for S.F. cause they won't put up enough points to match Rodgers. I'll take a proven,championship tested team over a team with suspect play at Quarterback. Is there even a clear no.1? PICK:Packers
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Posted: 1/8/2013 11:52:44 AM
Packers with the points
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Posted: 1/8/2013 1:08:14 PM
Early lean on the CHEESEHEADS!
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Posted: 1/8/2013 4:22:44 PM
going with green bay here, niners offense is not so impressive
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Posted: 1/8/2013 8:22:00 PM
I am thinking SF. Niners are primetime darlings coming in at 5-1 this year. With the extra week of rest, the niners D line wins the game as Packers O-Line is suspect and Rodgers is the most sacked QB this year coming in at 51 sacks.

Even though Rodgers is 11 TD and 0 INT in his last 4 games, this niner defense is as good as they come and that turnover streak will probally come to an end.

Niners -3 in a close one. 


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Posted: 1/8/2013 10:02:21 PM
With regards to GB's defense, I'm not sure an 11th ranked defense is the worst in NFL history. If you're talking about 2012. With their ranking, that would put them in the upper third. SF ranked 3rd. Only a difference of 40yds per game and gb gives up 4 pts a game more than SF. Pretty close in all areas. Are you sure about your info?
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Posted: 1/8/2013 10:04:35 PM
Spread opened at 3 and still is 3. How is the publice nailing the Pack??????????????? What's up zzziggy??????
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Posted: 1/8/2013 10:22:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Properfix:

It doesn't matter who the QB is for S.F. cause they won't put up enough points to match Rodgers. I'll take a proven,championship tested team over a team with suspect play at Quarterback. Is there even a clear no.1? PICK:Packers

RECALL IF YOU WILL HOW THE NINERS WERE A TURNOVER AWAY FROM GOING TO THE SUPERBOWL LAST YEAR.  RECALL WHAT SF DID TO GB EARLIER THIS YEAR AT LAMBEAU.  AND THAT WAS UNDER SMITH. . .

KAP ADDS TWO DIMENSIONS, SPEED AND ROCKET ARM WITH PRECISION, IN FACT HE TESTED HIGHEST IN THE NFL FOR OVERALL PERFORMANCE IN PASSING BY INDEPENDANT STUDY WHICH I VIEWED, THE GUY IS AMAZING.  NINER OFFENSE NEEDLESS TO SAY DOESN'T RELY ON A STAR QUARTERBACK BUT I THINK THEY HAVE ONE IN THE MAKING.

NINER D MATCHES UP STRONG AGAINST RUNLESS PACK.  GB WILL BECOME ONE DIMENSIONAL.  CHECK MATE.

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Posted: 1/8/2013 10:29:46 PM
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With regards to GB's defense, I'm not sure an 11th ranked defense is the worst in NFL history. If you're talking about 2012. With their ranking, that would put them in the upper third. SF ranked 3rd. Only a difference of 40yds per game and gb gives up 4 pts a game more than SF. Pretty close in all areas. Are you sure about your info?

YOUR KIDDING RIGHT? 

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Posted: 1/8/2013 10:53:16 PM
Pack will win a tight game
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Posted: 1/9/2013 9:11:58 AM

 Here's a fact:

SF has given up an average of 13.8 PPG at home this year and score just under 25 PPG.  They recently have a more dynamic offense with Kaepernick.  They are a more complete team than the Packers.

No doubt Rodgers has the ability to light it up...the Packers average 25 PPG scoring on the road.  However- five of those eight games were indoors- MIN, DET, STL, HOU and IND.  In three outdoor road games - CHI, NYG and SEA -  the Pack averaged only 14.3 PPG.  Makes you go hmmm...

One-dimensional Packers on the road versus a great defense and balanced offense...

NINERS LARGE and UNDER  

   

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Posted: 1/9/2013 10:12:50 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lip2525:

The bye week in my opinion was most needed in SF bc of the Patriot game. They flew to New England grabbed a 28 pt lead then absolutely lost every ounce of gas in the tank and held on for dear life. Then flew home went to Seattle with an empty tank(I unloaded on seattle) and got absolutely buried. Last game was very lethargic vs arizona.
Now they get their second wind V Davis gets his head str8 they needed the week off badly. GB will not be able to stop SF this kid from Nevada is the real deal the running game will punish GB and SF will contain GB not totally stop Rogers but contain them. SF will win by 7 plus and control the game...GL everyone. 


that loss of gas was the patriot no huddle wearing them down and not allowing substitutions ... same thing they did to JJ sWatt. I watched a panicked and exhausted look on watts face during that game. Niners got a huge lead due to a large amount of turnovers, credit to their defense which is very opportunistic however there were a lot of turnovers that game due to the rain.

I think GB will take notes on a newly exposed niners weakness and have a hell of a shot with an elite Rodgers at the helm. Im picking GB  SU
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Posted: 1/9/2013 11:52:24 AM
Ugggghhhh Bun so tire of get on pack bus, never any seat! Yesterday decide Bun gonna get seat. Before gro to bus stop, Bun cook up two full can Holmer chili with hot sauce, mix with Manwich Sroppy Joe, make big foot rong sandwich. Bun eat sandwich and drink carbonate water, then go bus stop. Of course bus come, no seat. Bun stand in front of group ord lady. Bus rattle round, shake Bun up. Next thing know KABOOM! Bun blast out biggest atomic gas brast ever that register 4 or 5 on Lictor Scale! Ord lady get up and leave bus, smell so bad, Bun get seat finalry!

Now onto grame. Green Bay hotter team right now. Last time 49er have bye week it work against them and kill their momentum, lose grame bad after bye. But this time should work in favor because at end of season all team so beat up like Michael Jackson Beat It, so time off gonna help heal. 

It gonna be interest to see how Justin Smith play. He make big difference if play well, if no play well, 49er already say gonna take out of grame. 

Both team have terriber kicker, so expect them both go for it within red zone on short 4th down.

Big stat stand out to Bun is 49er 10-1 when limit other team to ress than 100 yard running. 

Bun see that happren again this time round.

FINAL OUTCOME OF GRAME

San Flancisco 49er     Gleen Bray Packer
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