Originally posted by 49erfanatic:Originally posted by sj49er408:
This game planning and play-calling is making me so frustrated, I can close my eyes and know what their gonna call on everydown! Raye has to go! Singeltary is blind and ignorant to stay with this guy and continue to do the same dam thing!
I was worried when we hired Jimmy Raye, and unfortunately he has lived up to his mediocre reputation. There's a reason he's been with so many different teams, and has never produced a top offense. Raye was hired because Sing couldn't get an elite OC to come here, and he was the only guy that bought into the "run" mentality that Singletary wanted to implement. I blame Coach Sing as much as Raye for being closed minded, and unwilling to adjust his offense to the personnel that he has. As I've said before, we don't have the personnel to impose our will in the running game, and the team would be much more effective throwing out of the spread to Crabtree, Morgan, Brandon Jones and Jason Hill. Let's get our speed on the field at WR, and move away from Bruce at this point. And you don't get rid of your top returner unless you are sure you have a legitimate replacement. Now we are playing musical chairs with this function, and it's proving to be disastrous. We may have just lost our $64M cornerback for the year by experimenting with the "flavor of the week" as our return man. Sing doesn't seem to be a great evaluator of the skill positions based on his decisions so far.
remember how seifert refused deion to play on offense and special teams (but he was skilled at least compared to clements ...) ?
well he wanted to prevent the risk of injury and he was RIGHT
sing doesn't know anything about offense AND ST
the release of rossum is an example
If he isn't carefull enough he could lose is job making poor decisions that hurt the team badly
the ST level of play as diminished big time and we cannot survive that and jimmy raye that will stay (i'm sure) for a second season despite what we see and we're going to see the rest of the year on offense