Looking over the remaining schedule it is conceivable that the Cards could and should win ten of the remaining eleven games. It will take a serious effort on the part of every player and coach but the alternative is unthinkable. The Niners are not going to be gifting any games this season or so it appears. I would love to see two NFC West teams make the playoffs and it is very possible.
Those losers hoping for Andrew Luck to magically appear as a savior for the Arizona franchise are not football fans. In professional sports, what matters is how you do with the personnel you have in the here and now. Tanking is the weakest solution for any problem in life, it becomes a bad habit that is hard to break.
It's time for Whiz to live up to nickname and pull these birds out of a tailspin. I am looking forward to two death matches between my Niners and the Cards that have playoff implications for both teams. Hate is useless, the Cards and their fans need integrity and fortitude, displayed on the field of play, not hate for the sake of hate.
Come on Arizona, put em up! (Tell the Cardinals to fight for you and not look like wussies!)
SF has a bye and will be tuned in to see if there is any life coming out of the desert. If the red birds roll over for the Steelers we Niner fans will not rest easy because that will lead to high expectations for SF. The danger is in believing your press clippings and the work ethic may fail in games we should win. We need competition to push us toward the SB and maybe we will see you guys in the playoffs. We need each other.
You guys call youselves rivals? Well prove it by piling up some Ws and make a run at us. We ain't scared, in fact we are looking for a good scrap to keep us tough and focused. You ain't a man unless you've had your ass whopped. Just don't let it get kicked twice by the same people.
The Niners made a statement last Sunday that we can beat anybody and have our eyes set on the SB. This Sunday we will be listening for your statement. It's time to put up your dukes or run away to your mommie's aprin for protection. If that happens, the Jharbaughman might attack Whiz in his sleep and kick him in the nuts and slap him real hard in the back while crushing his hand with a devastating grip. It would make it clear who is the dominant coach of the NFC West.
This is a gesture to put the hate down and build a new rivalry based on mutual respect. Get a couple of W's under your belt and force us to take your team seriously each time we meet. We both have talent capable of pounding other teams into submission, we've been collecting our wins and will continue. We are waiting on the Cards to show some heart and go on a tear. It is up to our teams to put the fear of God in every NFL team: NFC and AFC; North; South; East; West. If the Cards and 49ers take charge and plunder, it will forever change the culture of the NFC West as the "Bad Ass Class" who will punch all the other teams in the mouth, eat their lunch and steal their milk money!
Check the schedule, all patsys with the exception of SF. That will be a bloody battle for both team's respectibility factor. We are ready to throw with you, but you still have your jocks around your ankles. Time to suit up and make a run at some wins.
Well, what do you Cardinals fans say? Are you going to fire up your team to compete against my Niners for a playoff spot or humiliate youselves by missing out on the Andrew Luck Lottery and moping for the next five years as you become scum suckers and bottom dwellers. Winning can happen to any team once they make a mutual decision that they refuse to lose. If you saw the Niners on Sunday you saw that we, as a team refused to lose and controlled the last eight minutes of the game. Those last minutes belonged to the Lions, that is what the announcers said, but we grabbed those closing minutes and cashed them in for a win.
We are on a bye, so it's the Cardinals turn to grab the steelers by the neck and take that game away from them. The Niners and their fans will be looking forward to a Cardinals win, to keep us focused and on our toes.