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Has Cabtree had a playbook this whole time?

Originally posted by A-R-S:
No. Jimmy Raye does not allow playbooks to leave HQ. Guess he's afraid teams might learn our 4 plays.

Originally posted by A-R-S:
No. Jimmy Raye does not allow playbooks to leave HQ. Guess he's afraid teams might learn our 4 plays.

I'm trying to think of what those 4 plays would be:

1. Run right up the middle
2. Shotgun, pass to RB in the flat
3. Pass to Bruce on a drag
4. Our super secret VD play where he just runs straight; always results in TD
Jimmy Raye didn't give out the playbook out in mini camp, as noted by Matt Maiocco (08/08/09):

Quote:
Yesterday, coach Mike Singletary said he figured Michael Crabtree was continuing to study the team's playbook during his contract impasse. That would be impossible. Raye does not allow the players to take home any team-issued materials after organized team activities. The only thing Crabtree can review would be his personal notes from the 49ers' offseason program.
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Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
No. Jimmy Raye does not allow playbooks to leave HQ. Guess he's afraid teams might learn our 4 plays.

I'm trying to think of what those 4 plays would be:

1. Run right up the middle
2. Shotgun, pass to RB in the flat
3. Pass to Bruce on a drag
4. Our super secret VD play where he just runs straight; always results in TD



I was thinking the same thing the other day.
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Yeah, he's had the Jets playbook. It's going to take time to adjust to the 49ers one.
Originally posted by redrathman:
Jimmy Raye didn't give out the playbook out in mini camp, as noted by
Matt Maiocco (08/08/09):

Quote:
Yesterday, coach Mike Singletary said he figured Michael Crabtree was continuing to study the team's playbook during his contract impasse. That would be impossible. Raye does not allow the players to take home any team-issued materials after organized team activities. The only thing Crabtree can review would be his personal notes from the 49ers' offseason program.

Perfect answer... thanks
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by mikeyc2281:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Yep, and he's probably been selling it to other teams, that sneaky kangaroo rat...

Stupid unnessesary comments...

...in reply to stupid, unnecessary questions.

in reply to unnecessary questions


....unnecessary answers
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Originally posted by ninerfreak:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by mikeyc2281:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Yep, and he's probably been selling it to other teams, that sneaky kangaroo rat...

Stupid unnessesary comments...

...in reply to stupid, unnecessary questions.

in reply to unnecessary questions


....unnecessary answers

Unnecessary reply to an unnecessary reply to an unnecessarily unnecessary question.

We will penalize from the spot of the foul. Repeat 1st down.
* looks around for RonMexico *


stop posting
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
No. Jimmy Raye does not allow playbooks to leave HQ. Guess he's afraid teams might learn our 4 plays.

I'm trying to think of what those 4 plays would be:

1. Run right up the middle
2. Shotgun, pass to RB in the flat
3. Pass to Bruce on a drag
4. Our super secret VD play where he just runs straight; always results in TD

Dont forget the usual 3rd and long draw plays
Originally posted by sicc110:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
No. Jimmy Raye does not allow playbooks to leave HQ. Guess he's afraid teams might learn our 4 plays.

I'm trying to think of what those 4 plays would be:

1. Run right up the middle
2. Shotgun, pass to RB in the flat
3. Pass to Bruce on a drag
4. Our super secret VD play where he just runs straight; always results in TD

Dont forget the usual 3rd and long draw plays

aaaaaand the Morgan squat
Well... whatever he's studying, i hope it's a lot of film of us. I know it's hard to fall in love w/ Jimmy Raye's play calling, but i hope he starts to open it up more. St Louis game was showed some sparks, but then again the line has to do a better job.
Of course, he's been studying it under the watchful eyes of Deion Sanders.
Originally posted by mikeyc2281:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Yep, and he's probably been selling it to other teams, that sneaky kangaroo rat...

Stupid unnessesary comments...

dont be mad, change ur pad....
The playbook is a really secured item so no he did not have one.