NFC Championship

Written By Boris Krutiy


Well, it has been five days and I still have not fully recovered from the NFC Championship. I do not have much to say regarding the AFC Championship because it went down basically as I suspected. Tom Brady and the Patriots put up a fight but at the end it was just too much Peyton.

As for the NFC Championship, it was the San Francisco 49ers versus the Seattle Seahawks. The two best defenses in the league going up head to head in an epic battle that became an instant classic before it even started.

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NFC Championship – Rivalry Rematch will be LEGENDARY!

Written by Boris Krutiy


San Francisco 49ers versus Seattle Seahawks

Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages… Welcome! This is for more than just bragging rights. The two best teams in the NFC, arguably best in entire league, are about to lock heads for a third time this year. Each game brought us to a realization that this matchup, this rivalary will be the next great rivalary for the next decade! So who will get the first win in the postseason (of many postseason matchups to come)? We will analyze both teams strengths and weaknesses going into this game and try to determine who will be the team to win and go to the Superbowl.

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49ers still alive in NFL Postseason

Written by Boris Krutiy


San Francisco 49ers versus Carolina Panthers

What a weekend! What a football game! WHO’S GOT IT BETTER THAN US???

Leading up to this game, I was involved in a number of chats on other blogs regarding this game. I was feeling frisky I guess and chose one that was based out of Charlotte and the Charlotte Observer (local paper). I was a bit outnumbered, to say the least! Everyone was raving about many things, mostly about their defense and how much better it WAS! They would remind me what happened in San Francisco when Carolina beat us 10-9. They boasted their defense and how they man-handled the 49ers offensive line all day as well as how Kuechly and Hardy dominated and have surpassed what Willis and Bowman have been to the 49ers for the last few years, THE BEST! There was only one problem with the logic, they were not seeing the bigger picture.

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49er Defense Must Stop Run, Create Turnovers To Defeat Seattle

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By Jerrell Richardson

Everyone saw this game coming, and it has finally arrived. When the season started, the only decision to be made when figuring out who would represent the NFC in the Super Bowl was if it would be the 49ers or Seahawks. Despite injuries hitting both rosters hard, the two NFC West foes delivered, each putting together spectacular bodies of work during the regular season and setting up this heavyweight battle.

Seattle finished the regular season with the best record in the NFC and one win behind them was San Francisco. The teams split the regular season series, with each holding serve on their home field and this game is about as even as it gets. With two of the best defenses in the league on the field this Sunday, the NFC Championship game will be a low scoring affair, but one that San Francisco can win…

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Seahawks Vs. 49ers: Rubber Match For A Trip To Super Bowl XLVIII

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By Matthew Asher

After San Francisco’s 23-10 defeat of the Carolina Panthers, the question on Seattle’s mid is, “Who’s ready for Round 3?” Both San Francisco and Seattle have split the season series with the home team winning each game, and the ruler of the NFC will be crowned after this rubber match plays out. 

Note: All statistics written below are based on 2014 playoff performances only. Regular season stats are not referenced. 

San Francisco on Offense

Colin Kaepernick has done a decent job through the first two playoffs games this season. While none of the statistics are award inducing, they’ve gotten the job done. Kaepernick has completed 53.4 percent of his throws for 423 passing yards, two touchdowns and one interception for a quarterback rating of 81.3.

While averaging about 210 passing yards isn’t that impressive in the playoffs, Kaepernick has done a good job of running the ball as well. He led the…

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