Friday, December 18, 2009

49ers @ Eagles Preview

Both teams coming off huge wins against division foes last weekend. Unfortunately for SF, they have to travel across the country on a short week for a 1pm EST game.

Eagles have the better talent virtually across the board so it's hard to see them losing this game. Which means this is probably going to be a close, hard fought game.

Keys to the game

1) Win the turnover battle
2) Stop Gore from beating them

Really, it should be that simple. Why isn't it ever though?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this still a 1 o'clock game?

6:01 PM EST  
Blogger The Happy Apologist said...

Yup.

9:13 AM EST  
Blogger The Happy Apologist said...

They've moved it to 4pm.

And the Niners got into town on Friday. Philly did the nice thing and let them practice in their facility. Classy.

5:19 PM EST  
Blogger David said...

This game scares the crap out of me. These are the type of games you assume going one way and the Birds show up flat. A win puts them in the show. A loss puts pressure on with a tough Denver team and a trip to suddenly not dead Dallas. They have got to take care of business tomorrow. 49ers D looked pretty damned good to me the other night. I see a very close game-16-13 type of affair and whoever makes fewer mistakes wins.

Bumble

12:19 AM EST  
Blogger The Happy Apologist said...

Bumble,

I totally agree on all points. This is a game they've come out flat in the past. Should give us an idea how good/average this team is. They're firmly in that part of the year where they need to get a little better each game in order to make any noise come January.

9:04 AM EST  
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4:16 PM EST  
Blogger David said...

I love Moose and Goose by the way. They are really growing on me. As an ex DT, Goose provides some nice line insight. And he is a fat Italian guy who cracks wise all game. My type of guy.

Bumble

8:21 PM EST  
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