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Why You Should Watch Monday Night Football part 14

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You should only need 1 reason, but I'll give you 9... "The Ono" if you will... ---

The Mighty 49ers at home on Monday Night Football for the first time in years (1), face the highly over rated Arizona Cardinals (2) who are looking for some alleged payback after losing their home opener to the 49ers (3) Not to mention the fact that former Ute Alex Smith is starting (4) and doing quite well in the revamped 49er offense (5) where rookie holdout Michael Crabtree makes his prime time debut. (6) Leading all NFL tight ends is bad boy turned team captain Vernon Davis (7) You may remember him as the player Mike Singletary sent to the locker room last year, now he's the best tight end in football. (8)

My hope is that Arizona QB Kurt Warner, the born again God fearing apostle of "Jesus football" gets his ribs crushed by the baddest man in all of football, 49ers middle linebacker Patrick Willis. He's #52, and that's reason # (9)

How's that, Bill Frost?