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Old 01-13-2013, 11:20 PM    (permalink
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Pressure bust pipes. Its not about the physical, its about the mental. And the pressure of failing in the same game you failed in the year before is relevant. Of course, I'm hoping they meet that pressure head on and pummel it into submission. But there was no pressure to beat the Pats. Not even close. But there will be a significant amount of pressure for this team to take the next step and beat the Falcons and erase the demons from last year. A team most believe we're better than. Don't act like its just a normal day at the office....far from it. That's the difference. We're expected to be victorious. We haven't performed well in those circumstances most of the year. It's worth noting that none of those games had more at stake than this one.
Depends who you ask. I've heard some players say otherwise. Russell Wilson was on a podcast the other day mentioning that after a while, when you're playing, it just feels like another game (in reference to his win over Washington). And that's the reality of the situation. It's just another game. The physical aspect is the same. If you want to talk mentality that is going to be different per player. It would be a lot more difficult to win in New England than in Atlanta. And the 49ers had pressure to win against the Patriots as they had lost to the Rams the previous week and were in danger of losing the division to the Seahawks.

Did you find that point spread information regarding the Packers?
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Depends who you ask. I've heard some players say otherwise. Russell Wilson was on a podcast the other day mentioning that after a while, when you're playing, it just feels like another game (in reference to his win over Washington). And that's the reality of the situation. It's just another game. The physical aspect is the same. If you want to talk mentality that is going to be different per player. It would be a lot more difficult to win in New England than in Atlanta. And the 49ers had pressure to win against the Patriots as they had lost to the Rams the previous week and were in danger of losing the division to the Seahawks.

Did you find that point spread information regarding the Packers?
I read it somewhere...

And playoff football, where every team is good, it comes down to more so the mental aspects than the physical. And pressure can be a snake-charmer to the physical. We'll just agree to disagree because your not going to convince me a regular season game has more at stake than a conference championship game. Or is a bigger test. The Falcons were the best team in the NFC this year. There's something to be said in beating a team like that, on the road, for a chance to play in a Super Bowl that trumps anything playing the Pats, at home, in December can bring to the table.
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A lot of the prep work before the game is underrated in the NFL, such as the film study and game-planning. Adjustments in-game are integral as well, and many casual fans don't understand the time and effort these players put in between games.

Pressure is going to be on Atlanta more than the 49ers. The expectation bar has been raised due to Kap's domination of the Pack but the Falcons just got their first playoff win (barely) with this group of coaches and players led by Matt Ryan and they kind of already had their 'big win' this postseason. Mentally, the 49ers have the edge heading into preparations this week IMO.

I'm confident Roman/Harbaugh can come up with and execute another gem of a gameplan and the D can clamp down more this week to help the Niners hoist that NFC trophy.
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