The question is, can the Packers
, Giants, Patriots
, whoever, beat the Forty Niners? C’mon, behind but unshaken, the better team persevered.
The so-called experts have been wrong and still wrong about their predictions. With a tenacious determination, “two” come-back run in the fourth quarter (in a span of four minutes, are you kidding me?), and the seemingly ease of executing it (because of the show of composure), the Niners have elevated themselves to the level of the elites, it is as simple as that. And like I’ve said so many times this season, they are the team to beat… they are not a fluke… this amazing roster is for real. And with a convincing resilience against the Saints
, there is no doubt in my mind they are headed for the Super Bowl and once again bring home to the San Francisco Bay Area the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy… MARK MY WORDS!
Although a New York Giants
win is the ultimate preference (for home field advantage), it won’t really matter who the opponent will be or where the game will be held. This Forty Niners roster is built for the playoffs. And whoever gets the honor of playing them better put in 100 percent, be ready for some football, because the amazing ones will give no less than 110 percent… they won’t blink… “BOOM!”.
And Alex Smith, what can I say, the guy is the ultimate warrior and the word “quit” is not part of his vocabulary. My brother-in-law panicked when the Saints scored and were ahead, I told him, “Watch this, Alex will take this game and win it, it is his redemption”. Not one but a two fourth quarter come back in one game, how f*ng amazing was that? I don’t think any of the elite quarterbacks in the present and in the past have done that.
By the way, for you two faced doubters, Alex says when he and the amazing Niners brings home the trophy back to the San Francisco Bay Area, he gives you permission to hop on his band-wagon and celebrate as well (along with the believers).
How about Harbaugh vs. Harbaugh in the Superbowl?
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