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12th Man Rising:
Here’s my Christmas wish list for the Seahawks:
A playoff birth this year
A Marshawn Lynch contract extension
A quarterback of the future
A consistent pass rush
Linebackers who can cover a … [visit site to read more]
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This week, the NFL's two most impressive active streaks in will be at risk in Seattle, when the Seahawks host the Niners. Marshawn Lynch has scored at least one touchdown in each of his last 10 games; San Francisco's defense hasn't allowed a rushing score all season.
On Saturday, one of these streaks will probably (but not necessarily) come to an end. Sure, Lynch could...
(12-23) 21:38 PST - Fair warning: You've probably read this story before.
The main characters, as always, are the same.
On one side: the members of the San Francisco 49ers ' defense, which hasn't allowed a 100-yard rusher or a rushing touchdown in, seemingly, forever.
On the other side: a...
Thu, 22 Dec 2011 15:22:54 CST
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QB: Kyle Orton, Chiefs
Make no mistake: this proposal only applies to those competing in two-QB formats or deeper leagues, as well as owners searching for suitable replacements for Ben...
49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio saw this coming years ago. As a Baltimore Ravens assistant, he once warned his defensive coordinator Rex Ryan that running back Marshawn Lynch was one of the best backs in the league.
Another dominant performance by their defense has the San Francisco 49ers moving closer to securing a first-round bye in the playoffs.
The 49ers will try to avoid a third straight road loss Saturday when they face the Seattle Seahawks, who are looking to keep their faint playoff hopes alive.
Having clinched the NFC West for the first time since 2002, San Francisco (11-3) is trying...