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Photos & Videos from 49ers Training Camp 2009

Hill should start
Originally posted by MadMartz:
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Originally posted by RonMexico:
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
i want to see a video from the afternoon practices where alex threw that 50 yd bomb to jones much does any1 have that?

Here are the 2 long passes to Jones by Alex. Monday I will upload all of my pictures and videos I took to my photobucket account.

http://tinypic.com/r/2qnp21j/3

http://tinypic.com/r/2gsjya9/3

Alex looks pretty good in those two vids.

cant deny that

Still NO pass rush

They aren't allowed to really get in there and destroy QB's in training camp. So the first time we'll get to see our pass rush is probably when the pre-season games start.

They are still supposed to get in there and touch him down.

If anything, I'm a little concerned that Parys Haralson is not 100%. He was our main pass rush last year.

Yeah thats not good at all. I think he is poised for a breakout year in 09. And I expect big things from him now that he is settled in. I dont see why he cant have double digit sacks this year. He had 7 sacks last year and he wasnt even playing full time.

He actually had 8, but yeah, i agree with you. I don't think a hip flexor is that big of deal. It actually might be a good thing so the coaches can see brooks since we don't have a lot of depth. Allows Brooks to get more PT with the first team defense...
Thank you, I really appreciate that. I might be there next Saturday as well.
Originally posted by BasharCali49:
Thank you, I really appreciate that. I might be there next Saturday as well.



Nice vids, BC!
all the pictures are uploaded, the videos are still uploading ( i managed to take 48 videos ) So give those some time to get finished

http://s162.photobucket.com/albums/t279/davidbarnes559/TC%2009/
Originally posted by RonMexico:
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
i want to see a video from the afternoon practices where alex threw that 50 yd bomb to jones much does any1 have that?

Here are the 2 long passes to Jones by Alex. Monday I will upload all of my pictures and videos I took to my photobucket account.

http://tinypic.com/r/2qnp21j/3

http://tinypic.com/r/2gsjya9/3


Both times Alex made a very nice throw, very nice touch on the deep ball.
Originally posted by PatrickJira411:
Originally posted by RonMexico:
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
i want to see a video from the afternoon practices where alex threw that 50 yd bomb to jones much does any1 have that?

Here are the 2 long passes to Jones by Alex. Monday I will upload all of my pictures and videos I took to my photobucket account.

http://tinypic.com/r/2qnp21j/3

http://tinypic.com/r/2gsjya9/3


Both times Alex made a very nice throw, very nice touch on the deep ball.

ya... but whats more important? the 5-30 yard range or the deep ball? we aint the raiders who been living off the deep ball! and we all know that no matter who you have as recievers the deep game doesn't work! example. RANDY MOSS on the raiders! the reason why the deep ball works for new england is because tom brady works GREAT between the 5-30 yard range which expands him to throw the deep ball! lets see alex smith be consistent between 5-30 yards before we start totally believing he's our qb!
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Originally posted by alanbeez22:
Originally posted by PatrickJira411:
Originally posted by RonMexico:
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
i want to see a video from the afternoon practices where alex threw that 50 yd bomb to jones much does any1 have that?

Here are the 2 long passes to Jones by Alex. Monday I will upload all of my pictures and videos I took to my photobucket account.

http://tinypic.com/r/2qnp21j/3

http://tinypic.com/r/2gsjya9/3


Both times Alex made a very nice throw, very nice touch on the deep ball.

ya... but whats more important? the 5-30 yard range or the deep ball? we aint the raiders who been living off the deep ball! and we all know that no matter who you have as recievers the deep game doesn't work! example. RANDY MOSS on the raiders! the reason why the deep ball works for new england is because tom brady works GREAT between the 5-30 yard range which expands him to throw the deep ball! lets see alex smith be consistent between 5-30 yards before we start totally believing he's our qb!

I'm with you. Alex has to be able to run the rhythm short passing game so he can do shock and awe with his long ball. Shaun had better have at least a solid medium range ball or opposing D's will soon be in his face before he can do the short passing routine.
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Originally posted by WestCoastNut:
I'm with you. Alex has to be able to run the rhythm short passing game so he can do shock and awe with his long ball. Shaun had better have at least a solid medium range ball or opposing D's will soon be in his face before he can do the short passing routine.

Maiocco:
In today's 11-on-11 work during the team's two practices, Hill completed 16 of 20 passes, while Smith connected on 14 of his 18 attempts. Smith had an interception when blitzing defensive back Marcus Hudson got his hands on a pass at the line of scrimmage and outside linebacker Jay Moore gathered it in. After that interception, Smith completed his final 10 pass attempts of the day.

Barrows:
Shaun Hill again ran the first-team offense in the afternoon. The team mostly concentrated on passes of 10 yards or less and quick outs to the tight ends and running backs. As a result, the completion percentage was high, the yardage generally low. Hill completed all but four of his attempts. Smith's first pass in team sessions was batted in the air and intercepted by Moore. Smith did not throw an incompletion from that point forth, although most were short tosses. He did complete a 20 yarder to Jason Hill.

What that says to me is consistency with the shorter throws. I like it. They're really working on stuff it seems like. Sticking with the short game for a bit to get some consistency and confidence.
Originally posted by RonMexico:
all the pictures are uploaded, the videos are still uploading ( i managed to take 48 videos ) So give those some time to get finished

http://s162.photobucket.com/albums/t279/davidbarnes559/TC%2009/


Wow those are some great shots you had. Did they give you a press pass? I was up on high on the bleachers the whole time lol.
Originally posted by indianajim:
Originally posted by WestCoastNut:
I'm with you. Alex has to be able to run the rhythm short passing game so he can do shock and awe with his long ball. Shaun had better have at least a solid medium range ball or opposing D's will soon be in his face before he can do the short passing routine.

Maiocco:
In today's 11-on-11 work during the team's two practices, Hill completed 16 of 20 passes, while Smith connected on 14 of his 18 attempts. Smith had an interception when blitzing defensive back Marcus Hudson got his hands on a pass at the line of scrimmage and outside linebacker Jay Moore gathered it in. After that interception, Smith completed his final 10 pass attempts of the day.

Barrows:
Shaun Hill again ran the first-team offense in the afternoon. The team mostly concentrated on passes of 10 yards or less and quick outs to the tight ends and running backs. As a result, the completion percentage was high, the yardage generally low. Hill completed all but four of his attempts. Smith's first pass in team sessions was batted in the air and intercepted by Moore. Smith did not throw an incompletion from that point forth, although most were short tosses. He did complete a 20 yarder to Jason Hill.
What that says to me is consistency with the shorter throws. I like it. They're really working on stuff it seems like. Sticking with the short game for a bit to get some consistency and confidence.


Well it's about time something has been said about Jason Hill...... Nothing Extraordinary but i have this WR as our X factor for this season. I was really Hoping for our line up to be #1 Bruce/Morgan, #2 Morgan/Bruce, #3 Hill, but the way things are shaping up it looks to be #1Morgan, #2 Bruce, #3 Jones, #4 Battle, #5 Hill...Dammit.
Flee Flicker and other gimmick plays......FTL!