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RAYE FIRED

  • jrg
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Hey guys, Jimmy Raye got fired
Remember this thread from last year? http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/thread.php?num=134179&page=1&highlight=ontheclock

I detailed Jimmy Raye's failures. These continued into this year. He had to go.
Originally posted by jrg:
Hey guys, Jimmy Raye got fired

Again!!!!!
  • dmax
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Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Jesus Christ I was just watching NFL playbook and they were covering the Chiefs defense from last Sunday's maiming, and wow... THAT PLAYCALLING WAS JUST f**kING BAD. Worst I've seen since even since the Hostler era.

I mean wow... that flea flicker play only had one, repeat ONE active wide receiver (Crabtree) built into the scheme (with 2 blocking TEs), and he's not even the 'type' of WR you'd wanna run on that play! And to add insult to injury there was 2 safeties ready to contain crabs down the seem if it had actually worked!

Here, I drew up a recreation of the exact play Sunday (with the exact personnel/formation)... f**king pathetic... not even Don Coryell would've called up a piece of s**t like this if he were still alive (calling plays) today!

Seriously... f**k YOU, JIMMY RAYE!


I saw the same thing....I couldnt believe what i was seeing
also I saw chilo rachal..getting beat constantly(he needs to sit)
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Quarterback Alex Smith used the words "variability" and "flexibility" when asked how he expects the offense to change under Johnson.

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With Raye calling the plays, the 49ers used the same personnel groups – especially on first and second downs – in an effort to overwhelm defenses at the line of scrimmage. But that led to predictability.

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"It's certainly finding your mismatches … learning how you can isolate those mismatches and putting, like I said, guys into position to make plays," he said.

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"You have to be able to present a lot of different things to the defense," the quarterback said. "You have to be able to make the defense defend a lot of different things."

Just from an article I read. Do these things not seem like common sense in today's NFL? They are speaking of Johnson and what he's trying to bring to the table. I don't know, it just seems if Raye wasn't doing these things it shows his complete lack of knowledge.

Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2010/09/30/3067448/49ers-assistant-johnson-had-right.html#mi_rss=49ers#ixzz111qNiMs9