NFL 2021 NFC Championship Game - San Francisco at Los Angeles Rams

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A11dAtP0w3R

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Wish the panthers would use Cmac like Deebo. Give him less carries and move him around more to give better match ups in passing game.

Been saying it for over a year now. Id play him as a WR, 70% out of the slot while using him occasionally in the backfield and on sweeps.

Cant keep giving him 30 touches a game now with his injury history.
 

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If this post season has shown anything its special teams is so important yet not prioritized by certain teams

Plus GG.exe would like this not punters but its close.
 

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Ticket resale trends suggest more 49ers fans than Rams fans will attend NFC Championship Game

Posted by Michael David Smith on January 26, 2022, 3:32 PM EST

The 49ers may once again have a loud road crowd on Sunday in Los Angeles.

After 49ers fans got so loud inside SoFi Stadium during the regular-season finale that the Rams had to use silent counts at home, the Rams have pleaded with their fans not to sell their tickets to 49ers fans. But analyses of the ticket resale markets suggest that the 49ers will have more fans attending the NFC Championship Game than the Rams have on Sunday.

The Los Angeles Times reports that ticket resale site Vivid Seats is estimating that 65 percent of fans in attendance will be 49ers fans. Vivid Seats estimated the crowd at 60 percent 49ers fans for the regular season game. Meanwhile, the secondary ticket site TickPick said the Rams’ attempt to curtail sales to customers outside of Los Angeles is an ineffective tactic that sometimes backfires and motivates fans of the road team to get more aggressive about buying tickets on resale sites.

With four days to go before the game, plenty of tickets will still be resold. But right now, there’s every reason to think the 49ers will again have a very large contingent of fans in Los Angeles.
 

A11dAtP0w3R

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Won't someone please listen to Kelly Stafford? She's begging you not to sell to the 9ers fans
She better refrain from eating pretzels at the game this time, we all know she makes some poor decisions with pretzels in her hand, just like her husband at times when he has a football in his on the field.

Super cute couple having so much in common. :twohearts:
 

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Will be rooting for the :nfl49ers:.

Simply because I cant stand this Knob Jockey / Arse Wipe.

Stan Kroenke.

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Took the mantle of most dislikable team owner from Art Modell after he died.

Kroenke cares little for the game, more concerned with the :dollar:💰 :dollar: 💰:dollar:💰 :dollar: 💰 :dollar: 💰 :dollar: 💰 :dollar: 💰 .

Peeps on this site like to hang shit on Jerry Jerry & Bob "Hand Job" Kraft and while they do have a very vested interest in their teams, you can never deny that both have a passion and dedication to the game itself.

Whereas old sleazy wine bars, Kroenke with deceit, treachery and defection will do what ever he needs to do to chase the almighty $, for himself .

Quite ironic and fitting, that The team from Tinseltown, is funded and owned by Walmart money.
 

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Will be rooting for the :nfl49ers:.

Simply because I cant stand this Knob Jockey / Arse Wipe.

Stan Kroenke.

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Took the mantle of most dislikable team owner from Art Modell after he died.

Kroenke cares little for the game, more concerned with the :dollar:💰 :dollar: 💰:dollar:💰 :dollar: 💰 :dollar: 💰 :dollar: 💰 :dollar: 💰 .

Peeps on this site like to hang sh*t on Jerry Jerry & Bob "Hand Job" Kraft and while they do have a very vested interest in their teams, you can never deny that both have a passion and dedication to the game itself.

Whereas old sleazy wine bars, Kroenke with deceit, treachery and defection will do what ever he needs to do to chase the almighty $, for himself .

Quite ironic and fitting, that The team from Tinseltown, is funded and owned by Walmart money.

Hard to disagree.
 

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All the pro-49, anti-ram sentiments, here's something for the pro-ram....




Raheem Morris: We want to win for Aaron Donald’s legacy

Posted by Myles Simmons on January 27, 2022, 2:36 PM EST

Eight years into his career, Aaron Donald is already one of the best defensive players of all time.

He’s won three AP defensive player of the year awards. He’s been a Pro Bowler every year of his career. He’s been voted a first-team AP All-Pro in all but his rookie season.

Though he rushes from the interior, he’s recorded a 20.5-sack season and hasn’t been under 12.5 sacks since 2018.

But one thing Donald doesn’t have on his résumé is a Super Bowl victory.

Given Donald’s importance to Los Angeles’ defense and the team as a whole, defensive coordinator Raheem Morris said on Thursday that part of the Rams’ motivation is cementing Donald as one of the greatest to ever play.

“This building wants to win for Aaron Donald to create more mystique to his legacy and what he’s done,” Morris said, via Greg Beacham of the Associated Press. “We want to win for Aaron Donald.”

Donald was terrific against the Buccaneers in the divisional round, recording a sack, two tackles for loss, three quarterback hits, and a pass breakup. The Rams will need another big performance out of him and the rest of the defense to defeat the 49ers for the first time since 2018 to advance to Super Bowl LVI.
 

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All year the niners D has been the key pillar to our performance.

Only given up 30+ points on 5 occasions out of 19 games (1-4).

Last time was week 13 against the Seahawks, and week 9 against the Cards (lead by Colt McCoy 😒).

The most points conceded all year was week 1 against the Lions 33.

We had 12 games that were with 1 score margin (8 points or less) and 7-5 record. 7 games for 2 or more scores margin and we're 5-2.

So the D is doing enough each week to give us a chance.

If the Rams are to win they're going to need to pile on the points, and have their D get them off the field on 3rd down and stop the grinding drives.

They'll also need to protect the ball, Stafford has 4 picks against the 9ers (only 5 interceptions against all other teams all year).
 

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Ticket resale trends suggest more 49ers fans than Rams fans will attend NFC Championship Game

Posted by Michael David Smith on January 26, 2022, 3:32 PM EST

The 49ers may once again have a loud road crowd on Sunday in Los Angeles.

After 49ers fans got so loud inside SoFi Stadium during the regular-season finale that the Rams had to use silent counts at home, the Rams have pleaded with their fans not to sell their tickets to 49ers fans. But analyses of the ticket resale markets suggest that the 49ers will have more fans attending the NFC Championship Game than the Rams have on Sunday.

The Los Angeles Times reports that ticket resale site Vivid Seats is estimating that 65 percent of fans in attendance will be 49ers fans. Vivid Seats estimated the crowd at 60 percent 49ers fans for the regular season game. Meanwhile, the secondary ticket site TickPick said the Rams’ attempt to curtail sales to customers outside of Los Angeles is an ineffective tactic that sometimes backfires and motivates fans of the road team to get more aggressive about buying tickets on resale sites.

With four days to go before the game, plenty of tickets will still be resold. But right now, there’s every reason to think the 49ers will again have a very large contingent of fans in Los Angeles.
The more shocking stat is that there are 25K Rams fans that are going. but im expecting that number to also include nuterals who dont care for the Rams but bought tickets from LA
 

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