San Francisco 49ers

A Note From A Hawks Fan: Why The S.F. 49ers Will Dominate The NFC West

PHILADELPHIA - DECEMBER 20:  Head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, Mike Singletary against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on December 20, 2009 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
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Bubba GillContributor IApril 23, 2010

I was thumbing through some of the teams that weird(Jacksonville), or non-understandable(Buffalo), or teams that had two draft picks in the first round. I came across the S.F. 49ers page only to see that they were outraged by their two draft picks. OT Davis and G Iupati were the picks.

Why the outrage S.F. fans. You guys will have the most dominate O-Line in the NFL in the next couple of years. Well what comes with an O-Line comprised of three first round picks, its simple, Championships. The 2005 seattle Seahawks didn't have nearly the defense as you you guys have, nor the Receiving corp, thats including Davis. All we had was a QB and and awesome O-Line. We made to Superbowl XL.

Alexander was only a product of the 05' O-Line. You saw what happened to him after the  destruction of the Seahawks offensive line.

The S.F. 49ers will be the one to beat in the NFC West. Iam a Seahawks fan and recognize that the S.F. will be the ones to beat.

Good Luck S.F. with your soon to be amazing O-Line, and great defense. In the years to come you guys will have loved the fact that Alex Smith will only have 12 - 15 sacks in a whole season.

The 49ers will dominate the NFC West not only with their defense but with their stellar O-Line.

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