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Shawntae Spencer

Spencer has went from a good to an almost great CB. The past 2 years he's step it up. He has had games the last 2 years where he has been a shutdown CB. I'm happy with his play and overall he's the best CB we've had in years. I say he and Nate switch contracts.
Originally posted by jones49:
Spencer has went from a good to an almost great CB. The past 2 years he's step it up. He has had games the last 2 years where he has been a shutdown CB. I'm happy with his play and overall he's the best CB we've had in years. I say he and Nate switch contracts.

Thanks for making me spit my water all over my monitor!! At least it didn't come out of my nose.
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by jones49:
Spencer has went from a good to an almost great CB. The past 2 years he's step it up. He has had games the last 2 years where he has been a shutdown CB. I'm happy with his play and overall he's the best CB we've had in years. I say he and Nate switch contracts.

Thanks for making me spit my water all over my monitor!! At least it didn't come out of my nose.

Originally posted by 49ersNoKaOi:
It comes down to scheme. Our CB's line up 10 yards off WR's allowing quick passes/screens/slants to happen without much difficulty. When do you see Revis or Asomugha playing so far off the WR's? Rarely if ever. They play physical, bumping off routes making it hard for QB's and WR's to get into rhythm.
Also pass rush, we send so many people in to blitz it sickens me how long it takes to get close to the QB. We run a 3-4 D. That means 3 down lineman rush and one LB disguises himself and rushes. I can call the LB's that blitz every play, it's too obvious. With that the QB has time to pass with less players in coverage and he knows where the rush is coming from.
Secondary:
Mays- young mistakes are expected.
Glodson- In 7 games the "ballhawk" has not touched the ball, gets picked on in crunch time, and dose not now how to tackle.
Clements- Overaggressive but besides getting burnt he is a great CB, also great in the run game.
Spencer- I would say our best coverage CB.
James- Garbage, personally I would play T. Brown before him.

I'm afraid that Bradford will tear our secondary up.

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good observations..james played well last week.........a good test this week and it will determine whether the rest of the season means anything or not
Originally posted by 49ersNoKaOi:
It comes down to scheme. Our CB's line up 10 yards off WR's allowing quick passes/screens/slants to happen without much difficulty. When do you see Revis or Asomugha playing so far off the WR's? Rarely if ever. They play physical, bumping off routes making it hard for QB's and WR's to get into rhythm.
Also pass rush, we send so many people in to blitz it sickens me how long it takes to get close to the QB. We run a 3-4 D. That means 3 down lineman rush and one LB disguises himself and rushes. I can call the LB's that blitz every play, it's too obvious. With that the QB has time to pass with less players in coverage and he knows where the rush is coming from.
Secondary:
Mays- young mistakes are expected.
Glodson- In 7 games the "ballhawk" has not touched the ball, gets picked on in crunch time, and dose not now how to tackle.
Clements- Overaggressive but besides getting burnt he is a great CB, also great in the run game.
Spencer- I would say our best coverage CB.
James- Garbage, personally I would play T. Brown before him.

I'm afraid that Bradford will tear our secondary up.

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good observations..james played well last week.........a good test this week and it will determine whether the rest of the season means anything or not
HAHAHA holy s**t I can't believe how much Spencer sounds like Eddie Murphy!!!

I'm just waiting for him to bust out a Mr. T/Michael Jackson impression.

http://www.49ers.com/media-gallery/videos/Spencer-for-Hire-Team-Logistics/7dd77273-98f3-4743-a9f4-5bb8596738c7
I'd like to see Spencer activated for this game, since he always plays well vs. Fitz.
Maybe they should play guy a little bit because Culiver was getting toasted out there against the Giants.
Originally posted by susweel:
Maybe they should play guy a little bit because Culiver was getting toasted out there against the Giants.

I thought Tarrell Brown did much worse.
Originally posted by NickSh49:
I thought Tarrell Brown did much worse.

Tarrell Brown is absolutely useless at this point. CB will be a major need for this team heading into the draft.
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
I'd like to see Spencer activated for this game, since he always plays well vs. Fitz.
I agree. But Spencer may be in the coaches' doghouse. Reading between the lines in a recent interview Harbaugh gave, he seemed to omit Spencer when asked about how Spencer and Rachal were taking their demotions. He mentioned Rachal in several comments as doing everything to get better, but didn't really refer to Spencer.
How is it possible that we have a 5-page thread on Spencer without this oldie but goodie:
I hope Cully takes Fitz and gets some safety help. Has Spencer even played this season? You don't just activate a player and throw him at one of the best receivers in the game based off of his past success..
We will be losing 2 CB's at the end of the year, I can see both Brown and Spencer leaving.

Rogers will be resigned and Culliver will be the de facto #2 until a rookie is drafted (early). I would look for 2 CB's being drafted in 2012 and a possible low key FA as well.
Originally posted by Paul_Hofer:
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
I'd like to see Spencer activated for this game, since he always plays well vs. Fitz.
I agree. But Spencer may be in the coaches' doghouse. Reading between the lines in a recent interview Harbaugh gave, he seemed to omit Spencer when asked about how Spencer and Rachal were taking their demotions. He mentioned Rachal in several comments as doing everything to get better, but didn't really refer to Spencer.


You know I hate the doghouse thing, the only reason he shouldn't be on the field is if he is not playing well, and it seems to me that last season he played well, what the F happened?

Doghouses remind me of Nolan.

I think its because he won't play through the pain, Harbaugh probably scofs at him cause of his toe. And we are winning so I guess hes the example for everyone else to tuff it out. I hope this isn't the case because if it is then Harbaugh is just a richard.
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