While they are divisional foes, let's remember that the folks over at Niner Nation are fans not too much unlike you or me, and they must really be having a rough go of it after losing a Super Bowl by such a small margin. Surely we can relate to their pain, at least to a small degree (coughSeahawksWereLegitimatelyScrewedOutOFASuperBowlVictorycough). Excuse me, I must be coming down with something.
If you must enjoy seeing our rivals(?) crumble into anger and depression, please do so from afar, and and not actively engage these poor souls, and, ohhhhhh let me think, remind them about that 42-13 asswhomping we gave them not so long ago, and that they wouldn't even had made the Super Bowl if they weren't so lucky as to avoid playing us in the playoffs. We don't need to remind them; in their hearts, they already know it to be true. Another truth that Niner fans don't need to be reminded of: How the Seahawks are going to dominate the NFC West next season. Again, goes without saying, or commenting on a Niners website.
Unfortunately I am not suited to provide an effective Enemy Reaction post (although one wouldn't be terribly appropriate, since the Seahawks weren't involved in this contest), but if you want to listen in on San Fran's post-Super Bowl torment, go ahead and click on this link, and be on the look out for these delicious comments:
I don believe they had something like 5 penalties for 33 yards (don't feel like looking it up), but, really, there weren't any flagrantly missed or improperly imposed penalties until the 4th & goal play, and BLAH BLAH BLAH you'll hear enough about ti from these guys.
Do Niner fans REALLY SERIOUSLY believe that the NFL is biased against them? Does Eddie DeBartolo getting into bed with a corrupt Louisiana governor almost 20 years ago really bother Roger Goodell, who wouldn't be commissioner until many years later? Really? The 49ers are one of the successful and well-known teams in the league, playing in a Top Ten media market (and already have agreed to get a billion-dollar stadium built for them) and have, as far as I know, a sterling reputation. And the NFL wants to bone over these guys for Baltimore? Really? REALLY?!
Bravo, good sir. Bravo.
I had to include this one because of the righteous backhanded compliments to Seattle by Delmuir, the coolest Niner fan in existence. And just a great comment all around....except the comparisons to this Super Bowl and XL. A ticky-tack holding non-call a screwjob it doesn't make.
This just in: The NFL is pro-murder.
I'm just including this one to point out that the penalty for holding in the your own endzone is....wait for it....A SAFETY! Which was the exact same outcome of the play.
I always felt the healthiest response to a tough loss was to get really bitter and indignant about it, until I gave myself an ulcer. As if yelling on the interest actually matters.
First of all, Fuck You. Second of all, nobody gives a shit about a bunch of titles you won in the 1980's and 1996. I really do hope those ancient victories give you comfort, because they stopped mattering a long, long time ago.
Man, we BEGGED for the refs to comeback. This is how they thank us. Maybe there was a reason the League didnt want to pay them.
If I remember the Packers game correctly, those replacement refs sure were on point with calling defensive holding. Or am I thinking of the exact opposite of that?
Ah, the sourest of sour grapes. Le Mot sour Juste, if you will.
There's plenty more to mock, for sure, but it's all pretty much the same sentiment over and over again, And, really, this whole fanpost is totally unfair, and there are plenty of rational and good-natured Niner fans who don't deserve to be lumped in with the rest of the asylum. But you know what? It's February, there isn't any more real football for another 6 or 7 months, and there's not much else to talk about until free agency and the draft. So, if we're going to talk about anything, let's enjoy the suffering of others, AKA Schadenfreude. After all, it's not like anything from Germany has ever been evil, right?