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SB Nation reacts: 49ers fans are more confident in their team than Seahawks supporters

San Francisco fans have more confident in their team than they did a week ago.

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Going into the Week 8 matchup with the Seattle Seahawks, the confidence of San Francisco 49ers fans remained high at 81%. After back-to-back blowout losses to the Seahawks and Green Bay Packers, the confidence level is at 59%, which is a 6% increase compared to last week.

It’s not surprising to see why San Francisco supporters are feeling down on the team. The 49ers are ravaged by injuries to most of their best players and crashed to the bottom of the division after making a Super Bowl run last season.

Looking around the NFC West, fans of the Arizona Cardinals believe in their team the most at 80%, while the Los Angeles Rams are second at 74%. What is interesting to see is that despite being 6-2, supporters of the Seahawks only have 44% confidence in their team. That is expected to happen after Seattle’s horrendous defense gives up 415 passing yards to Josh Allen.

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Tagovailoa has let the Dolphins to back-to-back wins and has Miami in position to ends its three-year playoff drought. If Tua can lead his team to the postseason — something Herbert and Burrow won’t do — he could take home the hardware at the conclusion of year.

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