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The JTO WTF Statistic Tracker Thread

Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
f**k the rest of his stats.

3rd and 18 - INT - WTF!!!!!

Runs and stays inbounds instead of running out of bounds. WTF!!!!!!

Fumble and fumble lost. WTF!!!!!!!!!

3 WTFs!!!!!!!

That and Nolan's WTFs on the non challenge in the 1st quarter, and the challenge on the FG and Martz's playcalling.

THE WTF Game!!!!!!!

You forgot the pick 6 at the end.. >.<
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
f**k the rest of his stats.

3rd and 18 - INT - WTF!!!!!

Runs and stays inbounds instead of running out of bounds. WTF!!!!!!

Fumble and fumble lost. WTF!!!!!!!!!

3 WTFs!!!!!!!

That and Nolan's WTFs on the non challenge in the 1st quarter, and the challenge on the FG and Martz's playcalling.

THE WTF Game!!!!!!!

You forgot the pick 6 at the end.. >.<

Not to mention the three three and outs in the 4th
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
f**k the rest of his stats.

3rd and 18 - INT - WTF!!!!!

Runs and stays inbounds instead of running out of bounds. WTF!!!!!!

Fumble and fumble lost. WTF!!!!!!!!!

3 WTFs!!!!!!!

That and Nolan's WTFs on the non challenge in the 1st quarter, and the challenge on the FG and Martz's playcalling.

THE WTF Game!!!!!!!

You forgot the pick 6 at the end.. >.<

Just when we start thinking JTO was the somewhat answer, enough to win games and all, we are put back into this dilemma again.
Something is not working right with these three - Nolan, Martz, JTO. The knee jerk reaction is to fire Nolan, ...sure, after an 18-35 record.
At the same time, Martz and JTO are no angels either.
After 6 games, JTO has (by my count) 13 WTFs for a 2.1 WTF per game average. 10 WTFs in the last 3 games against quality opponents.

Game 1 (Cardinals) - 3 WTFs
Game 2 (Seahawks) - 0 WTFs
Game 3 (Lions) - 0 WTFs
Game 4 (Saints) - 4 WTFs
Game 5 (Pats) - 2 WTFs
Game 6 (Eagles) - 4 WTFs

NOT GOOD.

Is he reaching his "ceiling"?
Rising to his "level of (in)competence"?

On to the next game(s).
People have game film on him and are taking him up the ass.

That interception for 6 was freaking embarrassing. The guy faked a blitz, JTO got scared and tossed a ball right to him. WE WERE ONLY DOWN BY 7 GOD DAMMIT, YOU HAD PLENTY OF TIME FOR US TO WIN THAT f**kING GAME.

[ Edited by Method on Oct 13, 2008 at 09:31:44 ]
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JTO is Tim Rattay clone!!

This guy makes all those bonehead mistakes that makes you sick to your stomach. I do miss Alex Smith. At least Alex doesn't lose us a game.
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
After 6 games, JTO has (by my count) 13 WTFs for a 2.1 WTF per game average. 10 WTFs in the last 3 games against quality opponents.

Game 1 (Cardinals) - 3 WTFs
Game 2 (Seahawks) - 0 WTFs
Game 3 (Lions) - 0 WTFs
Game 4 (Saints) - 4 WTFs
Game 5 (Pats) - 2 WTFs
Game 6 (Eagles) - 4 WTFs

NOT GOOD.

Is he reaching his "ceiling"?
Rising to his "level of (in)competence"?

On to the next game(s).

I think next week in the Meadowlands JustTurnOvers is going to raise the WTF bar to a whole new level!

My prediction: 6 WTFs!!!

By the way, this is a great thread!!!
after Spikes interception still winning by 9:
1st and 10 at SF 12 (:22) F.Gore up the middle to SF 12 for no gain (B.Bunkley).
2nd and 10 at SF 12 (15:00) J.O'Sullivan pass incomplete short right to J.Morgan (A.Samuel). 17 26
3rd and 10 at SF 12 (14:54) J.O'Sullivan sacked at SF 3 for -9 yards (J.Parker).
4th and 19 at SF 3 (14:30) A.Lee punts 41 yards to SF 44, Center-B.Jennings. G.Lewis ran ob at SF 38 for 6 yards (M.Hudson).

next drive in 4th (after Philly TD):
1st and 10 at SF 27 (11:31) J.O'Sullivan pass incomplete deep left to V.Davis.
2nd and 10 at SF 27 (11:26) J.O'Sullivan pass incomplete short left to J.Morgan.
3rd and 10 at SF 27 (11:22) J.O'Sullivan pass short right to V.Davis to SF 20 for -7 yards (O.Gaither). Caught at SF 20.
4th and 17 at SF 20 (10:45) A.Lee punts 40 yards to PHI 40, Center-B.Jennings. D.Jackson to PHI 49 for 9 yards (D.Walker).

2nd drive in 4th (after akers FG--philly now leading)
1st and 10 at SF 38 (7:38) F.Gore left guard to SF 40 for 2 yards (O.Gaither).
2nd and 8 at SF 40 (6:59) D.Walker right end to SF 30 for -10 yards (J.Parker). SF-D.Walker was injured during the play. D.Walker on an end-around run.
3rd and 18 at SF 30 (6:23) (Shotgun) J.O'Sullivan pass deep middle intended for I.Bruce INTERCEPTED by Q.Mikell at SF 48. Q.Mikell to SF 7 for 41 yards (F.Gore).

after another philly field goal:
1st and 10 at SF 19 (5:08) F.Gore left end to SF 20 for 1 yard (B.Dawkins; T.Cole).
Timeout #3 by SF at 04:20.
2nd and 9 at SF 20 (4:20) J.O'Sullivan pass incomplete deep middle to I.Bruce (S.Brown).
PENALTY on SF, Illegal Formation, 5 yards, enforced at SF 20 - No Play.
2nd and 14 at SF 15 (4:11) (Shotgun) J.O'Sullivan scrambles right end to SF 26 for 11 yards (J.Hanson).
3rd and 3 at SF 26 (3:19) J.O'Sullivan sacked at SF 20 for -6 yards (T.Cole). FUMBLES (T.Cole), RECOVERED by PHI-C.Clemons at SF 20.

after another field goal...still with a shot to tie it:
1st and 10 at SF 25 (1:04) (Shotgun) J.O'Sullivan pass deep middle to J.Morgan to 50 for 25 yards (B.Dawkins).
1st and 10 at 50 (:48) J.O'Sullivan spiked the ball to stop the clock.
2nd and 10 at 50 (:48) (Shotgun) J.O'Sullivan pass short right intended for A.Battle INTERCEPTED by J.Parker at PHI 45. J.Parker for 55 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

OMGZWTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



[ Edited by 49erfeeeever808 on Oct 13, 2008 at 09:39:47 ]
We need a Qb in a very bad way. I bet if Alex was not hurt, he would be in there by now and maybe just maybe we could have won 1 or two of the 4 that JT has lost for us. Martz is as much to blame as the head coach is.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
f**k the rest of his stats.

3rd and 18 - INT - WTF!!!!!

Runs and stays inbounds instead of running out of bounds. WTF!!!!!!

Fumble and fumble lost. WTF!!!!!!!!!

3 WTFs!!!!!!!

That and Nolan's WTFs on the non challenge in the 1st quarter, and the challenge on the FG and Martz's playcalling.

THE WTF Game!!!!!!!

You forgot the pick 6 at the end.. >.<

what about:

the overthrow on the screen play to davis.
(sure fire TD--davis was catching the balls this game)

and the bad throw on the screen play to Rossum.

Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
f**k the rest of his stats.

3rd and 18 - INT - WTF!!!!!

Runs and stays inbounds instead of running out of bounds. WTF!!!!!!

Fumble and fumble lost. WTF!!!!!!!!!

3 WTFs!!!!!!!

That and Nolan's WTFs on the non challenge in the 1st quarter, and the challenge on the FG and Martz's playcalling.

THE WTF Game!!!!!!!

You forgot the pick 6 at the end.. >.<

what about:

the overthrow on the screen play to davis.
(sure fire TD--davis was catching the balls this game)

and the bad throw on the screen play to Rossum.


The one to VD, there was defender right in his face when he turned around that might have contributed to the inaccuracy. Since the second game of the season my thinking is JT isn't very accurate when throwing on the run. There were a few times where he stop and throw a good pass. But doesn't have the natural on the run accuracy.
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
After 6 games, JTO has (by my count) 13 WTFs for a 2.1 WTF per game average. 10 WTFs in the last 3 games against quality opponents.

Game 1 (Cardinals) - 3 WTFs
Game 2 (Seahawks) - 0 WTFs
Game 3 (Lions) - 0 WTFs
Game 4 (Saints) - 4 WTFs
Game 5 (Pats) - 2 WTFs
Game 6 (Eagles) - 4 WTFs

NOT GOOD.

Is he reaching his "ceiling"?
Rising to his "level of (in)competence"?

On to the next game(s).

I am not sure about which ones you are counting but I saw 4 WTFs in the 4th quarter alone. Add in the before mentioned bad throw to VD that was a sure fire TD and you have at a minimum 5 WTFs. That is giving him a pass on several other bad passes and bad decisions.

Either way, he is not looking good at all. He plays well against poor teams but against decent to good teams he is a choke artist.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
f**k the rest of his stats.

3rd and 18 - INT - WTF!!!!!

Runs and stays inbounds instead of running out of bounds. WTF!!!!!!

Fumble and fumble lost. WTF!!!!!!!!!

3 WTFs!!!!!!!

That and Nolan's WTFs on the non challenge in the 1st quarter, and the challenge on the FG and Martz's playcalling.

THE WTF Game!!!!!!!

You forgot the pick 6 at the end.. >.<

what about:

the overthrow on the screen play to davis.
(sure fire TD--davis was catching the balls this game)

and the bad throw on the screen play to Rossum.


The one to VD, there was defender right in his face when he turned around that might have contributed to the inaccuracy. Since the second game of the season my thinking is JT isn't very accurate when throwing on the run. There were a few times where he stop and throw a good pass. But doesn't have the natural on the run accuracy.


the closest guy to Davis was about 30 yards away.....

he didn't need to be accurate on that pass, just throw in the general area, even with a defender in his face that's not so difficult. but he failed miserably at that. and there's usually a defender in your face anyways on screen plays.


JTO can play..... but he panics in key situations.
How about these WTF play calls:

--Third and 10 for the 49ers . . . Yikes. And that's a sack. Sorry about that. Vernon Davis surrendered the sack. Hey, what do you expect from the team's No. 1 receiving option?

--Eagles take over at the 38 after a not-so-impressive Andy Lee punt.

--Niners come with blitz, but it doesn't get close. Jackson makes a 17-yard catch. He has six catches for 98 yards.

--Buckhalter for 15 yards to the 11.

--Spikes and Justin Smith stop Buckhalter for 1-yard loss.

--Completion to Baskett in front of Brown. It'll be third and 1 from the 2.

--McNabb with a 2-yard TD pass to Smith vs. Clements, who appeared to be in position to make the interception. It's 49ERS 26, EAGLES 24 with 11:38 remaining. Now, the offense has to see if it can get the job done.

--Rossum's return gives the 49ers the ball at the 27. Right now, the 49ers have Bajema and Davis in the huddle -- an indication they'd like to run the ball.

--Deep for Davis. Underthrown. Incomplete. Bajema stayed into block on the play.

--On second down, Morgan might have run the wrong route. Another incomplete pass.

--It's third and 10. Why didn't they run on first or second down?

--Davis thrown for a big loss back to the 20 on a screen. That was a horrendous series. Now, Lee will have to punt. A three-and-out with virtually no time running off the clock.

--Jackson with a nice return, and Delanie Walker with an incredible, decleating hit to upend end near midfield. Eagles' ball, down by two points.

--Eagles are already in field-goal range -- at the 24 after two plays to Buckhalter.

--Patrick Willis got his hands on the ball and should've had an interception. Instead, it's now third and 10 from the 24.

--McNabb gains 4 yards on a scramble to the 20.

--Akers to attempt a 38-yarder. That was close. And Clements ran down the field to argue. It barely got inside the right upright. That makes it EAGLES 27, 49ERS 26 with 7:46 remaining in the game.

--Just before the kickoff. Nolan challenged the field goal. He just threw the red flag. I'm not sure this can be challenged. Just listening to Rod Brooks on the sideline. He said it looked good to Brooks. This might be a useless challenge. This sure looks like a play that has no chance of being overturned. This could really backfire on the 49ers . . . and Nolan.

--No surprise. The call stands. Niners have only one timeout and no challenges remaining.

--Walker on an end-around. Bruce misses a block. That goes for a 10-yard loss back to the 30. That makes it third-and-18. Walker is shaken up and leaves the game.

--O'Sullivan picked off by Quintin Mikell, who returns it to the 49ers' 7. Now, the defense needs to hold the Eagles to a FG.