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Audible, anyone?

Need help from the people who watch the game several times and really break down the game.

Does Hill

1) ever called an audible?
2) If not, he is allowed to call one?
3) If yes, did he ever audible out of a running play into a passing play?
4) Is he just scared to audible?

I just think the opponent is give us a golden opportunity when they put 9 in a box.
Even if we just a throw a slant pattern.
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
Need help from the people who watch the game several times and really break down the game.

Does Hill

1) ever called an audible?
2) If not, he is allowed to call one?
3) If yes, did he ever audible out of a running play into a passing play?
4) Is he just scared to audible?

I just think the opponent is give us a golden opportunity when they put 9 in a box.
Even if we just a throw a slant pattern.

It seems obvious that he's not allowed to audible. Maybe he should start ad libbing plays. He needs to be insubordinate and shake off Jimmy Raye in favor of what he sees on the field, which is much more relevant to game decisions. Two 3 and outs to finish the game, 3 rushes at the end of the game. They were emphasizing plays to run out the clock rather than going for a 1st down, which would've been the only way we could run it out fully.

This loss is on our offense. Our defense did everything that was asked of them. They stopped the Vikings all game long when they needed to...held them to field goals when they were driving. Got turnovers and held AP to under 100 yards for the first time this season.
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
Need help from the people who watch the game several times and really break down the game.

Does Hill

1) ever called an audible?
2) If not, he is allowed to call one?
3) If yes, did he ever audible out of a running play into a passing play?
4) Is he just scared to audible?

I just think the opponent is give us a golden opportunity when they put 9 in a box.
Even if we just a throw a slant pattern.

I don't think they want him to. I really don't understand it. You can see him shifting uncomfortably at the line when there's 9 guys in the box and everyone can tell it's about to be a run. I feel that they should give him 5 plays that he could audible to in order to combat this... That way he can start off slowly with set plays and work his way to better defensive reads and audible in a more larger scope as the season progresses
Originally posted by Psinex:
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
Need help from the people who watch the game several times and really break down the game.

Does Hill

1) ever called an audible?
2) If not, he is allowed to call one?
3) If yes, did he ever audible out of a running play into a passing play?
4) Is he just scared to audible?

I just think the opponent is give us a golden opportunity when they put 9 in a box.
Even if we just a throw a slant pattern.

It seems obvious that he's not allowed to audible. Maybe he should start ad libbing plays. He needs to be insubordinate and shake off Jimmy Raye in favor of what he sees on the field, which is much more relevant to game decisions. Two 3 and outs to finish the game, 3 rushes at the end of the game. They were emphasizing plays to run out the clock rather than going for a 1st down, which would've been the only way we could run it out fully.

This loss is on our offense. Our defense did everything that was asked of them. They stopped the Vikings all game long when they needed to...held them to field goals when they were driving. Got turnovers and held AP to under 100 yards for the first time this season.


Exactly, Jimmy is probably up in the booth snoozing. LOL, not really. Anyways, I don't remember Hill, Smith or Davis really ever audibling in recent years. WE SHOULD HIT UP PLAYACTIONS or SCREENS WHEN THESE TEAMS ARE STACKING 9 AGAINST US AND/OR RUN BLITZING.
No we don't do those kind of things
do u guys think it's just based off of not having confidence in our QB or that the gameplan sent from the booth is set in stone?
They probably have no confidence in him. They should if they think he should be the starter. Otherwise, put someone else in. You have to take chances sometimes.
LOL, even if Hill had audible privileges, do you really think that he was going to be heard? Either way, it's a mute point.

But no, i have never seen him audible.

I just want the playcalling to change. I'm all for giving Hill more leeway.

-9fA
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
LOL, even if Hill had audible privileges, do you really think that he was going to be heard? Either way, it's a mute point.

But no, i have never seen him audible.

I just want the playcalling to change. I'm all for giving Hill more leeway.

-9fA

Audible can be called by a signal. I've seen it done before. Noisy problem is a not a new problem.
Part of the problem is playing on the road, in a dome, at the team's home opener. That crowd was noisy. Letting the QB audible at will under those conditions might not be the best gameplan.



One thing that bugged me was that stupid motion that Morgan kept doing. I thought they must be trying to set something up with that, like a play action big play, but it never came. Every time he did that, it was a BS run up the middle, or something.
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Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
Need help from the people who watch the game several times and really break down the game.

Does Hill

1) ever called an audible?

I don't think any of those questions would matter on the final three n out.

I think that only matters going forward. No 3rd down completions. That sense that Raye still . . doesn't trust Hill to move the ball. Etc. That's going forward, starting with the Rams. The 49ers have things they need to fix.

But in THIS game, the 49ers were ahead. Maybe they shouldn't have been. But they were. All those things that need to be fixed. Not trusting Hill in the final drive. All that. And yet they had Favre pinned at his own 20, needing to go the length of the field with no TOs and 90 seconds on the clock. That's all that mattered in this game, in my opinion. And Singletary went prevent. And the prevent simply prevents a team that has the lead from winning.

But going foward I think there's something about Hill. He throws into coverage. He doesn't get picked. He does get picked - it gets called back. It's the weirdest thing. But while he's got 'it' - let him play. And I hope they do in the Rams game, coming up. The Rams have always been able to put on the pressure. They need to let Hill play, and even get out of the pocket.