10 Reasons Why the San Francisco 49ers Will Beat the Seattle Seahawks

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10 Reasons Why the San Francisco 49ers Will Beat the Seattle Seahawks
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Are you ready for some regular season football? A lot of us had questions in regards to the season starting on time because of the extended lockout. But it is back people. 

Tomorrow night, the two defending Super Bowl champions will battle one another in Green Bay, signalling the start of the 2011 NFL regular season.

I know you 49ers fans are excited about the season, the new coach and the wide array of different players on the team this season. It looks the like franchise is turning the corner from a decade of losing. At least many of us hope so. 

The Jim Harbaugh era will begin in earnest about three days from now. Excitement is obvious within the 49ers locker room and around the Bay Area. 

Their first matchup will be against the division rival, Seattle Seahawks. There are so many different storylines that come into play in regards to the opening game.

First, the Jim Harbaugh-Pete Carroll rivalry. I know that both coaches have underplayed it. But let's be honest, they do not like one another.

The Seahawks, through default, are the defending NFC West champions. So I am sure that San Francisco wants to show them that 49er football is back, and they mean business.

Another thing that makes this game interesting is the fact that it takes place on the 10th anniversery of the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Remember, the plane that went down in Shanksville originated from San Francisco.

So let's get on to analyzing the game, shall we? Today, I am going to give you 10 reasons why the San Francisco 49ers will defeat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. 

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