NFC Divisional Playoffs, Saints Vs. 49ers: Bill Romanowski Wants Some Stretchers

As the San Francisco 49ers get set to host the New Orleans Saints, you're going to get a lot of analysis on the matchups from quite a few different people. You'll get some celebrities talking about the game and you'll get some former NFL players giving their opinion on the game. Former NFL players such as former San Francisco 49ers linebacker Bill Romanowski.

Romanowski joined "The Wheelhouse" on 95.7 The GAME with John Lund on Wednesday on "The Football Hour" to preview this Saturday's New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers playoff game. Being a former linerbacker, John Lund asked Romanowski what the 49ers defense should do on defense to stop the New Orleans Saints.

What was Bill Romanowski's answer?

Pain.

"They [the 49ers defense] got to lay some people out," Romanowski told 95.7 The GAME. "This has got to be a stretcher game. I'm talking... bring out the stretcher and take [Marques] Colston to the hospital. Take Darren Sproles to the hospital, because he got knocked out."

For more on the 49ers, check out Niners Nation and SB Nation Bay Area, and for the Saints check out Canal Street Chronicles. Here's a look at the complete 2012 NFL playoffs schedule.

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