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49ers have an elite defense, and they finally have Crabtree back at 100%. Beat em at their house, and I think we can beat em again at our house...

Packers though, just seem like the weakest team remaining now that the Eagles are eliminated... Would rather go with the easier challenge.

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49ers have an elite defense, and they finally have Crabtree back at 100%. Beat em at their house, and I think we can beat em again at our house...

Packers though, just seem like the weakest team remaining now that the Eagles are eliminated... Would rather go with the easier challenge.

Yeah the 9ers have an elite defense, but playing Rodgers after being back for 3 weeks will be tough. His defense is weak just like the last couple seasons but they're dominate when Rodgers plays. They were around 5-2 when he got hurt.

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Yeah the 9ers have an elite defense, but playing Rodgers after being back for 3 weeks will be tough. His defense is weak just like the last couple seasons but they're dominate when Rodgers plays. They were around 5-2 when he got hurt.

Catch 22.. you know? I believe our defense can smother the 9ers offense, but, I feel our offense can take advantage a little, of the Packers defense. Rodgers is elite......but, Packers have more holes than the 9ers.

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Meows

26th and 18th

49ers

24th and 11th

Probably. WFW thinks Kap's running ability might make the difference. Cam and the Meows offense barely beat the Falcons with 9 sacks. This is the playoffs and the 49ers are not Atlanta's defense. Still look for a tight game.

Didn't it take a miracle pick 6 from the 9ers with seconds remaining, to beat the Falcons? And the game was IN San Fran? Give your team some credit... they performed admirably well against the Panthers and 9ers.

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Didn't it take a miracle pick 6 from the 9ers with seconds remaining, to beat the Falcons? And the game was IN San Fran? Give your team some credit... they performed admirably well against the Panthers and 9ers.

no man. NO ONE should give ATL credit for anything.

They suck and we need to leave it at that

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What's Carolinas o ranking?

Meows

26th and 18th

49ers

24th and 11th

Probably. WFW thinks Kap's running ability might make the difference. Cam and the Meows offense barely beat the Falcons with 9 sacks. This is the playoffs and the 49ers are not Atlanta's defense. Still look for a tight game.

Final DVOA rankings for the season, which actually takes into account all facets of the offense... since WFW can't seem to wrap his head around the fact that our offense has been extremely efficient this season and hit a bump in the road these past couple weeks.

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Before the 2nd Saints game we were 7th. Steve Smith isn't what he used to be, but he's still our only WR that can seem to get open... don't underestimate the value of that.

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OP, don't you think it kind of makes sense to be more conservative in what will probably be a low scoring game? The Niners can create turnovers and get sacks against pass happy teams, and in a low scoring game turnovers can kill you.

This game could easily be won 9-6.

Plus, Carolina's offense along with San Fransisco's have both been able to score points methodically in the past. Consistent gains enough to get first downs, limit the other team's possessions. CAR did it against NE, with 7 possessions putting up 24.

They do not need a dominant vertical attack to score points.

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I figured that but what exactly does it mean, what is the formula used to find it?

THE SHORT VERSION:

DVOA is a method of evaluating teams, units, or players. It takes every single play during the NFL season and compares each one to a league-average baseline based on situation. DVOA measures not just yardage, but yardage towards a first down: Five yards on third-and-4 are worth more than five yards on first-and-10 and much more than five yards on third-and-12. Red zone plays are worth more than other plays. Performance is also adjusted for the quality of the opponent. DVOA is a percentage, so a team with a DVOA of 10.0% is 10 percent better than the average team, and a quarterback with a DVOA of -20.0% is 20 percent worse than the average quarterback. Because DVOA measures scoring, defenses are better when they are negative.

http://www.footballoutsiders.com/info/methods

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