San Francisco 49ers
Seahawks super-fan Tim Connors got an “XLVIII Champs” tattoo with the team’s logo inked onto his right forearm at the beginning of the season, KOMO-TV reports. And Connors insists that the decision is based on confidence rather than craziness.
Physical, intense, get down get dirty, smash-mouth football. That’s what the Seattle Seahawks want and expect from the San Francisco 49-ers in Sunday’s NFC Championship game. “We definitely have to have our big boy pants […]
Seattle advanced to the NFC championship game despite getting a career-low passing performance from Wilson, who threw for 103 yards in the Seahawks’ 23-15 win over the Saints. It was the fourth time in the past five games that Wilson failed to top 200 yards passing and the Seahawks had less than 300 yards of total offense.
Seattle and San Francisco have each won their home game against each other. With the rubber match taking place at CenturyLink Field, which game will be played? The blowout 29-3 Seattle win in Week 2 or the 19-17 gritty win by the 49ers in Week 14?
The news of the Seahawks restricting sales to this Sundays games to certain zip code has been met with mixed results. While some might not like it, it’s legal, and more importantly will not give Seattle’s any additional advantage. The only thing this move really does is add to the 49er fan base’s hatred of their division rival.
San Francisco possesses a fast defense; their ends are fast, their linebackers are fast and despite not having the All-Pro secondary the Seahawks boast, they, too, can run and cover ground. Giving them more ground to cover is large advantage to Wilson and the Seahawks.
After so many seasons of trying to insulate his teams from the noise on the outside and shield players from nosey media, Mike Holmgren now finds himself on the other side. He may be a coach with Hall of Fame credentials, but he’s simply a fan, observer and part-time member of the media when it comes to Sunday’s NFC championship game between Seattle and San Francisco, two franchises he knows quite well.
The Seattle Seahawks are 14-and-3 this season, have lost only one home game in the last two years, and are favored to beat the visiting San Francisco 49ers for the NFC crown this Sunday. Yet […]
With both San Francisco and Seattle winning their respective NFC Divisional Round games, the NFC will be sending a member of the West to the Super Bowl, but which team will it be?
When the 49ers and Seahawks meet for the third time this season the stakes could not be higher. The winner will move on to the Super Bowl, while the loser will have to deal with falling just short of the big stage and to make matters worse at the hands of their hated division rival.