If for just one day, to support our own San Francisco 49ers, ban all things “Seattle”
The 3 big names dealing with injuries heading into the NFC Championship Game could all play. The 49ers figure to have both Carlos Rogers and Will Tukuafu ready to go, while Seattle’s Percy Harvin is a big question mark and will remain so up until kickoff.
Actor & 49er fan, Kevin Costner talks sports & acting in “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit”
In the latest insult to those proudly sporting the San Francisco red and gold, Seattle sports bar ’95 Slide announced it will invite Seahawks fans in for free while charging 49ers fans the $10 cover charge during Sunday’s NFC Championship game.
Ice cream, chocolate, and Bloody Mary mix embody San Francisco and Seattle’s food scene, if the mayors’ 49ers v. Seahawks bets on Sunday’s game are any indication.
The news of the Seahawks restricting sales to this Sundays games to certain zip code has been met with mixed results. While some might not like it, it’s legal, and more importantly will not give Seattle’s any additional advantage. The only thing this move really does is add to the 49er fan base’s hatred of their division rival.
If you’ve taken a moment to browse online comments related to this weekend’s San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks NFC Championship matchup you know one thing, this is very personal for fans of on both sides. Unlike the Giants-Dodgers rivalry, which has aged like a fine wine over decades of competition and the move west from New York, this rivalry’s origins are far less apparent.
The 49ers has an interesting roster of characters. See who the most entertaining 49er there is!
Gold Hill Lutheran Church pastor Tim Christiensen said in the video that he had planned a full sermon on “wine and servanthood” for his 11 a.m. Mountain time service, just minutes before kickoff. Instead, he simply offered the wine to the congregation and wrapped up his appearance in less than a minute, according to a video posted on YouTube.
Afraid of 49er fans? Seahawks ban NFC Championship Game tickets to anyone not living in the Pacific Northwest.