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Offensive post-game analysis (week 3)

Originally posted by Kurtz49:
Originally posted by ttime1:
Originally posted by Kurtz49:
Originally posted by jreff22:
So it looks like we are drafting a QB in 2010!

1a = QB
1b = Passrush

All Davis does is go out and perform and you conclude this????

Against 3rd and 4th stringers. I would love for him to prove me wrong in which case our 2010 draft next year will be...

1a = Passrush
1b = RT

That would be perfect. In fact...

Let's just for a second think about this thing in a "Madden" context.

The perfect situation for NEXT YEAR would be to let Davis learn and develop this year, and then have 2 top ten picks in Aprils draft to spend on two other positions beside quarterback.

If not Davis, then Sam Bradford sounds nice to me.

But like you said, Davis (who can play with first stringers the same way) an OT and a pass rusher sound really nice.
I know that some people will come on and downplay what Davis did tonight against the back ups but I want to see coach Johnson giving this kid a crash course on Raye's offense. He makes quick reads and zips along a nice accurate pass. He seems to have a good sense in the pocket and pretty nice mobility. I want to see some more against the San Diego squad next.
Let's keep it simple: who is the best QB on the team?

Answer: obviously Davis. It really is not even close.

In this offense, only a guy who can run around and has a strong and accurate arm has a chance.

Hill deserves to start and should, but Davis will be in there sometime later in the year.
Hill looked terrible
OL looked terrible
RBs still looked very good
WRs looked god awful (with the exception of Battle...I thought he was going to get cut)
Davis looked very good...he had lots of poise in the pocket. He earned a spot on the roster tonight
Nate looked really good.... against 3rd stringers. I am excited for what he may bring to the team.... in 2010, or even 2011. Aside from that, our O looked pretty vanilla. Most runs were dives, and most throw were screens. Hill did have some pretty ugly throws today, and I really mean just wayyy off target. Let us hope that this is more due to preseason play calling than Hill's actual performance... This was about the same way Hill played Dallas last time he saw them. Running for his life, lobbing the ball out there, and depending on the run for first downs...
Originally posted by oldman9er:
Originally posted by Chief:
I really can't blame Hill at all, our starting receivers got zero separation and the oline looked like complete s**t.

Our entire starting offense looked bad.

Defense play well but still lacked pass rush.

Haha, and there it is... hypocrisy at it's finest. It's all Alexcuses if the OL or receivers fail to do their job... but somehow legit reasons for Shaun Hill's lackluster accomplishment.


When Hill starts being a liability during the regular season like Smith has in the past then you can compare the two.
  • trellblaze1
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On a positive note, Singletary didn't look concerned at all. This could be a sign that they coaching staff was playing possum. It's possible they weren't looking to wow anybody...instead just see what the individual talent level is across the board.

We all know that if things had been the total wreck they appeared to be Mike would've gone Bears51 on the sideline...I hope...
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
So it looks like we are drafting a QB in 2010!

Too bad no one on the 49ers knows how to develop a QB.

Someone tell Mike Holmgren to brush the cheetos off his 'stache and come back home where he belongs.

After watching Ryan, Flacco, Sanchez etc etc I am holding the opinion that a kid either has it or doesn't. This whole let him sit for 2-3 years s**t isn't holding water anymore. A lot of kids are coming in day 1 and preforming without sitting on the damn bench. If the kid has talent he can take the reins and run, we just need to find that kid.

Tell that to Steve Young.

He could of been playing much earlier if Montana had retired. Having 2 HOF QB's on an active roster is rare..like really rare. We don't have an all pro QB starting with a young kid watching.

Ryan will make the pro bowl this year and he spent 0 time "watching and learning".
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
So it looks like we are drafting a QB in 2010!

Too bad no one on the 49ers knows how to develop a QB.

Someone tell Mike Holmgren to brush the cheetos off his 'stache and come back home where he belongs.

After watching Ryan, Flacco, Sanchez etc etc I am holding the opinion that a kid either has it or doesn't. This whole let him sit for 2-3 years s**t isn't holding water anymore. A lot of kids are coming in day 1 and preforming without sitting on the damn bench. If the kid has talent he can take the reins and run, we just need to find that kid.

Tell that to Steve Young.

He could of been playing much earlier if Montana had retired. Having 2 HOF QB's on an active roster is rare..like really rare. We don't have an all pro QB starting with a young kid watching.

Ryan will make the pro bowl this year and he spent 0 time "watching and learning".

And the thing with Ryan is that QBs like that are rare. For every rookie that steps in and plays great, there's a ton more that start as rookies and play horrible.
But wait I thought Shaun Hill's arm would be so much stronger because his finger is healed....
  • rob28
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f*ck the 2009 season, im counting down to 2010 when nate davis takes over as the starting qb!!!

countdown: 12 months and counting....
Whats pathetic is i am most excited to see Davis play next week against the Chargers who have some pretty solid backups defensively, i have a feeling a lot of us this season will look at every goof play Hill makes and wonder what the outcome would have been if Davis were standing there, and thats never a good thing in contrast from a veteran to a 7th round rookie..
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I say let Davis learn the game 1st. I think some people are getting a little over-emotional about it. I even saw somebody say Sheets was looking better than Coffee.

Both players deserve to be on this roster. Neither player is ready yet to lead this team to a championship...
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
So it looks like we are drafting a QB in 2010!

Too bad no one on the 49ers knows how to develop a QB.

Someone tell Mike Holmgren to brush the cheetos off his 'stache and come back home where he belongs.

After watching Ryan, Flacco, Sanchez etc etc I am holding the opinion that a kid either has it or doesn't. This whole let him sit for 2-3 years s**t isn't holding water anymore. A lot of kids are coming in day 1 and preforming without sitting on the damn bench. If the kid has talent he can take the reins and run, we just need to find that kid.

Tell that to Steve Young.

He could of been playing much earlier if Montana had retired. Having 2 HOF QB's on an active roster is rare..like really rare. We don't have an all pro QB starting with a young kid watching.

Ryan will make the pro bowl this year and he spent 0 time "watching and learning".

Sorry, but Young didn't play well until Walsh got his mitts on him. He was a project QB and it took him a while before he got "it". Coaching is just as much a factor as anything else. If what you say is true then Montana would have started from day one. Fortunately, Walsh knew better.
Originally posted by rob28:
f*ck the 2009 season, im counting down to 2010 when nate davis takes over as the starting qb!!!

countdown: 12 months and counting....

lol
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