The San Francisco 49ers: Five Reasons Why They Win The NFC West In 2010

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The San Francisco 49ers: Five Reasons Why They Win The NFC West In 2010

The San Francisco 49ers finished the 2009 Regular Season with an 8-8 record. But don't let the par .500 season surprise you.

There was miracle game-winning touchdown pass by Brett Favre.

Then despite having the lead for the first three quarters against the Indianapolis Colts, the 49ers lost 18-14 at Lucas Oil Field. It took a fourth-quarter reverse touchdown pass by Joseph Addai to Reggie Wayne to finally subdue the 49ers.

Then a costly turnover with the lead in the final minutes at Seattle.

Take away those scenarios and the San Francisco 49ers would have been 11-5.

I know... "coulda, woulda, shoulda," right?

But, let's take a look at why Mike Singletary and his San Francisco 49ers will win the NFC West this upcoming season and be a legitimate playoff contender.

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