Originally posted by PTulini: That's it...I've had it! The 49ers version of the "WildCat" needs to go. It is ineffective and screws up the rhythm of our offense. And what's the deal with Jimmy Raye calling a WildCat play on 3rd and 22?!! I hope Coach Singletary chewed out Jimmy Raye for that call.
I think you need to clarify your poll. Yes to get rid of it or No to keep it. I vote no as in get rid of it but some might have thought no as in keep it.
Those 63% that said yes probably meant yes, get rid of it and the 37% that said no probably meant no, lose it.
I voted no get rid of it, but was it really worse than what we usually do on 3rd and 22, draw to gore.
At least we had a chance at the 1st if Spurlock wasnt doing his Jamarcus Russel impression. Ignoring the fumble and horrible pass Spulock looked quick with the ball. I guess im ok with it after all, it's not like the offense is doing anything besides 3 big plays.
Originally posted by hondakillerzx: i actually thought that was a good play because the seahawks were thinking run all the way, if that was completed the receiver ( i believe it was davis?) was gone for a TD. good idea but the execution wasnt there
dude davis was going out of bounds. no td on that play, plus there was a safety right behind him.
We effectively lose a player everytime we run it. Shaun Hill is not a thread spread out, so his defender is free to key in on the middle of the field. Plus, Spurlock threw a horrible pass against Seattle that any QB in the league could've easily made.
Originally posted by Stuuk: Not only did it suck the situation that they used the Wildcat in was also very strange, like 3rd and long???
i thought it worked davis was open for a first down it was just a bad pass
That was because they were using a guy that hasn't thrown a pass in years! Why not try using MRob for the Tazer. He played the QB position not to long ago and I am sure he would feel more comfortable throwing a pass.
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