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Week 13 NFL Gameday Thread

Forward pass, refs better call that s**t.
Past the LOS, dumbass.
Originally posted by jimrat:
Wow a mistake by Wilson

Not even watching anymore. What happened?
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by GoldenJoe:
Darrell Bevell will get HC looks at the end of the season, if teams are willing to wait until we knock the Hawks out of the playoffs.

This. I have no doubt stating that Seattle's offensive coaching staff is superior to that of the 49er's....easily. You see the development of guys on offense, the clever playcalling, spreading defenses out, attacking their weaknesses...etc. They put their guys in the best possible position to succeed.

They don't even miss a beat without those 2 DB's
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
This. I have no doubt stating that Seattle's offensive coaching staff is superior to that of the 49er's....easily. You see the development of guys on offense, the clever playcalling, spreading defenses out, attacking their weaknesses...etc. They put their guys in the best possible position to succeed.

100% correct
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Not even watching anymore. What happened?

He flipped the ball forward to Lynch like 5 yards beyond the line of scrimmage.
God WIlson is just crazy, if he would have lateraled that backwards it would have just capped my hellish night watching this f**ker run around the school yard.

Good news is at half time up in SEA, our D had the game at 5-0. This time Kap just needs to find his sack, grab it and place the ball in some of the tightest windows he can imagine. Just have to rocket balls in against this D, their spacing is crazy. Seems like there is always 3 guys converging with possibility of intercepting or delivering a hard hit to make a guy drop it.
Seattle beat Carolina, who beat the 49ers.

Seattle thrashed the Saints, who again beat the 49ers.

Seattle thrashed the 49ers.

I am a 49ers fan, but also realistic at the same time. I just hope we can make it a decent game next Sunday. This is not a question of who fears whom, rather how good the players are on each team (juice or no juice).
From what I can tell so far, Wilson is way better than Kaep.
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Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by jimrat:
Wow a mistake by Wilson

Not even watching anymore. What happened?

Ran out of the pocket and forward lateraled to another player
[ Edited by jimrat on Dec 2, 2013 at 8:05 PM ]
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by GoldenJoe:
Darrell Bevell will get HC looks at the end of the season, if teams are willing to wait until we knock the Hawks out of the playoffs.

This. I have no doubt stating that Seattle's offensive coaching staff is superior to that of the 49er's....easily. You see the development of guys on offense, the clever playcalling, spreading defenses out, attacking their weaknesses...etc. They put their guys in the best possible position to succeed.

Exactly. Baldwin, Tate, Miller, they are not superior to our guys on a talent basis. Boldin, Crabs, Manningham, Davis can compete with nearly anyone. We do lack a deep threat. Their QB is more composed than ours is, he is a more polished player and he was coming out of college. However, I have no problem saying Kap's ceiling is up there with anyone. Now we know Kap works his ass off but coaches have to put you in a position to succeed as a young QB.
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by niners94:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
kearse, baldwin, lockette, tate, zack miller

its like it doesnt even matter who they put out there

for us, we need our star players to be 100% healthy to have a chance

It's the QB, not the pass catchers. RW is way ahead of Kap mentally.

true, wilson is definitely more polished than Kap


Is not even just about being more polished. The key to me is Wilson doesn't get rattled, the guy just never panicks. The moment he rolls right to get all the green grass, the guy can just make any plays with any of his receivers downfield. Kap panicks with such a fierce pass rush and his decision-making then becomes worse and more than often is simply not quick enough plus he is not as elusive as Wilson. Then, you talk about Wilson's throws, his deep balls are just something else, the placement is always good and the spiral is always perfect.
Originally posted by facestabber:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
This. I have no doubt stating that Seattle's offensive coaching staff is superior to that of the 49er's....easily. You see the development of guys on offense, the clever playcalling, spreading defenses out, attacking their weaknesses...etc. They put their guys in the best possible position to succeed.

100% correct

More like 1000% correct.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Not even watching anymore. What happened?

He flipped the ball forward to Lynch like 5 yards beyond the line of scrimmage.

Haha nice. I'm surprised there was no penalty on NO for illegal tackling of a player who caught an illegal pass. f**king Hochuli...I am disappoint.
Originally posted by jimrat:
They don't even miss a beat without those 2 DB's

Their defensive back's coach has been the key for them. Kris Richard, who at one point worked for the 49ers. They get tall, long guys at cornerback and coach them up to play very physical, utilize semi-legalish holding techniques close to the inside of the body where its more difficult for the ref to discern. He's done a great job of coaching guys up in that system and thus they've been able to take 4th, 5th, 6th rounders and even dudes from Canada(Browner) and make them viable NFL cornerbacks.
Originally posted by GoldenJoe:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by GoldenJoe:
Darrell Bevell will get HC looks at the end of the season, if teams are willing to wait until we knock the Hawks out of the playoffs.

This. I have no doubt stating that Seattle's offensive coaching staff is superior to that of the 49er's....easily. You see the development of guys on offense, the clever playcalling, spreading defenses out, attacking their weaknesses...etc. They put their guys in the best possible position to succeed.

Exactly. Baldwin, Tate, Miller, they are not superior to our guys on a talent basis. Boldin, Crabs, Manningham, Davis can compete with nearly anyone. We do lack a deep threat. Their QB is more composed than ours is, he is a more polished player and he was coming out of college. However, I have no problem saying Kap's ceiling is up there with anyone. Now we know Kap works his ass off but coaches have to put you in a position to succeed as a young QB.

Yeah, other than Kap not being nearly as Pro Style polished as Russel, the biggest difference is their OC and our whole Offensive philosophy.

Ppl say we need all our stars healthy to be good on O. Ever since JH got here, it has always been, just feed the guys who have superior talent, i ahve rarely ever seen the superior scheming of guys who only have one skillset to get big plays. Its like in this O, you have to be a superstar to be getting the ball. You have to have 4/5 of the biggest tools. Luckily we got a few, but man we need to start employing the chess match mentality. You have to use pawns sometimes. We barely even let rookies run routes or touch the ball.