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Niners Win In Buffalo Is First Win For Western Team In the Eastern Time Zone
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 2nd 2008 11:52AM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: 49ers, AZ Cardinals, Bills, Chargers, Raiders, Seahawks, AFC West, NFC WestOne of the tidbits that may have been glossed over during the NFL’s Week 13 is that the San Francisco 49ers went into Buffalo and beat the Bills.

They are the first West Coast team to win a game in the Eastern time zone this season. That’s right, the West Coast is now 1-15 on the East Coast.

San Francisco had lost earlier in the season in New York to the Giants. The Arizona Cardinals lost to Washington, New York (Jets), Carolina and Philadelphia. Seattle lost in Buffalo, New York (Giants), Tampa Bay and Miami. San Diego lost in Miami, Buffalo and Pittsburgh. Oakland lost in Buffalo, Baltimore and Miami. This Niners’ win in Buffalo was a first.

There are a few more cross-country games to look forward to. The Niners still have to travel to Miami, the Cardinals travel to New England and both the Raiders and Chargers head to Tampa Bay. It looks as if the West could be 1-19 at the end of the season.

Cowboys 34, Seahawks 9: How Costly Was This Win For Dallas?
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Nov 27th 2008 9:30PM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: Cowboys, Seahawks, NFC East, NFC WestThe Dallas Cowboys did what we all thought they’d do and smash the Seattle Seahawks, 34-9. Tony Romo looked as if he was playing against boys; he had loads of time and picked apart the Seattle defense for 331 yards and three touchdowns. The Cowboys defense sacked Matt Hasselbeck seven times and picked him off once.

After each sack, the player who got it did a turkey dance. Yeah, it was that kind of a joke out there.

The win puts Dallas at 8-4 and, if the Redskins lose to the Giants on Sunday, vaults them into a possible playoff spot. Dallas needs the momentum and the 10 day break as they face the Steelers, Giants and Ravens in their next three games.

However, they could be without running back Marion Barber and linebacker DeMarcus Ware. Barber bruised but didn’t break a toe while Ware left with a sprained knee. Barber’s injury is huge because he’s really the Cowboys only running back. Felix Jones is done for the season and fellow rookie Tashard Choice had had just eight carries coming into today (he carried it 11 times today in Barber’s absence).
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There Are An Unusual Amount Of Bad Teams in the NFL This Year
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Nov 26th 2008 12:56PM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: Bengals, Chiefs, Lions, Raiders, Rams, SeahawksLooking at the NFL standings, there is an interesting trend forming. Right now, 20 of the NFL’s 32 teams have a record at or above .500. That is 63% of the league. There are three divisions who don’t have a team with a losing record.

To feed wins to all those teams you need some really, really, really bad teams taking all the losses. That’s the issue with the NFL this season. Detroit (0-11), Kansas City (1-10), Cincinnati (1-9-1), Seattle (2-9) and St. Louis (2-9) are a combined 6-48.

It is so bad that the freakin’ Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers have three wins apiece and the Denver Broncos can actually lead a division. The Arizona Cardinals have all but won their division already and will host a playoff game for the first time since 1947.

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Dolphins 21, Seahawks 19: Don’t Look Now But Miami’s a Contender
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Nov 10th 2008 12:20AM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: Dolphins, Seahawks, AFC East, NFC WestThe Miami Dolphins, who stunk up the joint during the 1-15 season a year ago, are entering Week 11 with a winning record. That’s right! Miami is just one game back of the AFC East lead.

I cannot explain it. If you watched yesterday’s Dolphins win over the Seahawks, you couldn’t point to any reason they are 5-4 either. All three of their TDs came on trick plays. A flea-flicker produced a 39-yard touchdown pass to Ted Ginn while the Wildcat offense produced TD runs from both Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown. Aside from that, the Miami offense really wasn’t anything to write home about.

The defense did come up with some huge plays — not the least of which was a batted down 2-point conversion pass late in the game. But the Seattle receivers helped them out by dropping five passes … including an easy would-be touchdown to Koren Robinson. Even that defensed 2-point conversion has aided by a Seahawks false start penalty on the previous play.

Who cares? Whatever they are doing has put them at 5-4 and in the thick of the playoff chase.

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West Coast Teams Still Can’t Deal With the Eastern Time Zone (0-12)
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Nov 10th 2008 4:24AM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: 49ers, AZ Cardinals, Chargers, Raiders, SeahawksA few weeks ago, I wrote that western teams were 0-9 when they travel to play a team in the Eastern Time Zone. Since then, the Raiders lost in Baltimore, the Cardinals lost in Carolina and the Seahawks lost in Miami to make that record 0-12.

That doesn’t include the Chargers loss to the Saints in London two weeks ago.

In my first post, there were a lot of theories to why this is happening. It cannot be the travel alone; Eastern teams are 7-7 this season when they head west. I think it is because the mental clock of the western teams are screwy. Eleven of the 12 games were played at 1:00 p.m. ET which would feel like 10:00 a.m. to someone living on the west coast.

One commenter plainly stated the obvious: the western teams suck. The Cardinals, Seahawks, 49ers, Raiders, and Chargers are a combined 16-29 (the Cards and Niners play tonight, giving one of them a victory and the other a loss). Of those 16 wins, five were against one of the other western teams. Five more were against the Rams, Chiefs or Lions … who are 2-7, 1-8 and 0-9, respectively.

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Hasselbeck Out, Seneca Starting, Holmgren’s Retirement Nightmare Train Rolls On
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Oct 28th 2008 12:30PM by Will Brinson (author feed)
Filed under: Seahawks, NFC West, NFL Injuries, NFL Coaching, NFL RumorsThe Seattle Seahawks have not had a lot going for them lately — but hey, they won this week! And, of course, they’re in the putrid NFC West, so really, anything can happen.

Of course, for something to actually work out well for them, they’re probably going to need Matt Hasselbeck to be healthy. Problem: He’s not. And he won’t be able to play this week either.
Hasselbeck told KIRO Radio on Tuesday that he does not need surgery.

The quarterback says he failed tests in Los Angeles and was unable to walk on his heels. He says there’s no pain in his back or right leg, just a “dead leg” feeling. He plans to keep working on strength and conditioning and take another round of tests soon.
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Mike Singletary Would Like Vernon Davis to Know He Is No Softy as a Head Coach
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Oct 26th 2008 10:34PM by Will Brinson (author feed)
Filed under: 49ers, Seahawks, NFL Media Watch, NFL Real Talk, NFL VideoMike Singletary lost his home coaching debut today, to the tune of a 34-13 blasting at the hands of a horrible Seattle Seahawks. Oh yes, and he has to deal with Vernon Davis, who is generally hated by every single fantasy owner who has reached on him over the past three years.

And, of course, the 49ers, who appear to have wasted more of a draft pick on him than even Alex Smith. So it shouldn’t be shocking that Singletary decided to send him to the showers 10 minutes early and then call ole’ VD out after the game.

Yeah. That’s pretty intense — not Mike Gundy intense, but still kind of psychotically awesome. And frankly, I totally back what Singletary is doing here; if I got Vernon in a room alone, or even 10 minutes in front of a podium after starting him for another week, I’d probably say the same thing.

Now, of course Singletary also knows that if he wants a shot at being the head coach of the Niners next year, he needs to make a pretty strong impression on the team and ownership. I’d say he got off to a good start today.

Road Chalk and Alaskan Pipelines: Week 8
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Oct 24th 2008 11:15AM by Will Brinson (author feed)
Filed under: 49ers, AZ Cardinals, Bears, Bengals, Bills, Broncos, Browns, Buccaneers, Chargers, Chiefs, Colts, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, Falcons, Jaguars, Jets, Lions, Giants, Packers, Panthers, Patriots, Raiders, Rams, Ravens, Redskins, Saints, Seahawks, Steelers, Titans, Vikings, NFL Gambling, NFL Media WatchJust another limp-D 8-6 week. I wonder when I’ll finally break through and sniff a double digit win week? Hmm. Maybe this week? Nah. Probably not. The season record now stands at a “creeping-on-a-comeback” 47-53-1 record. And somehow I forgot to post my locks. They will be there this week and indicated by ** some sort of thing. Onto the picks.

The Falcons are a bizarre story — I know they’re winning but I watched the Panthers beat them and … well, I just don’t think they’re as good as their record. I also think the Eagles are better than their record. So I’ll take the ridiculous nine points.

What a stout freaking line that is, and I suppose it’s indicative of just how crappy the Chiefs are; the Jets, if you recall, did actually just lose to the Raiders. Which, while embarrassing enough, still isn’t as bad as having to start Tyler Thigpen at quarterback. This really will be a true test of Herm Edwards’ crappiness.

Ummm, did I miss something? Because Jim Haslett is undefeated this season. Oh right. I didn’t watch any football Monday night. That’s why they’re so heavily favored. Still, Haslett.

Well, that’s just not enough. What a slap in the face to the Buffalo Bills … yoooooooour 2008 AFC Champions*.

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Hey, San Francisco, Mike Holmgren Isn’t Walking Through That Door
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Oct 22nd 2008 4:30PM by Adam Gretz (author feed)
Filed under: 49ers, Seahawks, NFL Media Watch, NFL Rumors
Now that the 49ers are in an all-out house cleaning mode, exchanging Mike Nolan for Mike Singletary, and unceremoniously dumping their offensive line coach, rumors — wishful thinking, more like it — are spreading around the bay area regarding current Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren.

Josh Alper, over at gives a quick rundown of all the scribes calling for the 49ers to bring in Holmgren to act in a similar role to what Bill Parcells currently is with the Miami Dolphins.

Problem for the 49ers is, Holmgren has absolutely no interest in doing anything of the sort … at least not for 2009, as reported by Adam Schefter.One source close to the Seahawks said Wednesday that, short of the 49ers offering Holmgren a stake of ownership in the team — and even that might not change the circumstances — Seattle’s head coach will not be working for San Francisco next season. “Under no circumstance could I see him doing that — zero, none,” the source said. “It would be absolutely shocking to me. It would be extraoridinarily difficult for (Holmgren) to ever entertain that idea.” Holmgren has worked for the 49ers, watched how they have operated, and is well familiar with the York family that owns the team. Right now, according to those that know him, Holmgren has little desire to work there again.If Holmgren appears to be such a pipe dream, I suppose there’s still some time for the San Francisco media to get on that Bill Cowher bandwagon.

Are West Coast NFL Teams At a Disadvantage When They Travel East?
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Oct 23rd 2008 5:58AM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: 49ers, AZ Cardinals, Broncos, Chargers, Raiders, Seahawks, AFC West, NFC WestTuesday on ESPN’s , Eric Kuselias brought up the point that west coast teams play poorly when they travel east. He argued that west teams are forced to play the early game when are the visitors in east coast cities and they are struggling to adapt.

Let’s look at that. The Oakland Raiders and Arizona Cardinals might be interested since the visit Baltimore and Carolina, respectively.

Western teams are a combined 0-9 when they play in the Eastern Time Zone. Of those nine games, eight were played at 1:00 p.m. ET. The Raiders-Ravens and Cardinals-Panthers games on Sunday will both be at 1:00 p.m. ET.

Seattle has lost at Buffalo, NY Giants and Tampa Bay. San Diego lost at Buffalo and Miami. Arizona lost at Washington and NY Jets. San Francisco lost at the Giants. Oakland lost at Buffalo. If you want to add Denver as a western team, they lost in their one trip east (in New England on Monday night).

So is it the travel or the time of the game?

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