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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS. DENVER BRONCOS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 8)

  • FL9er
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Josh McDaniels might be the offensive equivalent of Mike Singletary (in over head).
Originally posted by lamontb:
From offensive line coach to head coach for solari? Can't see that happening especially with the o line playing just as bad as Smith. I think sing will keep the job for the rest of the year regardless. The Broncos entire secondary is hurt minus champ so a normal NFL team would take advantage of that and the fact they can't stop the run. But the Niners aren't normal.

You're last sentence EXPLAINS it ALL! 53 in the box...lets run Gore up the middle.
I had already put Kyle Orton to start in my league this week for this reason.
Possible lineup changes

In addressing the media in London on Monday, 49ers head coach Mike Singletary said that lineup changes are forthcoming.

"I feel that this week will be a pivotal week for us," he said. "I'm excited to see how we respond on Sunday to some of the changes we'll make this week to try to get better."

He didn't specify, but here are some of the players Singletary could be considering:

-- Right guard Chilo Rachal. Dealing with knee and shoulder injuries, Rachal has struggled with pass protection and run blocking. Meanwhile, backup Adam Snyder has played well.

-- Nickel linebacker NaVorro Bowman. The rookie was called for illegal contact during the Panthers' game-tying touchdown drive in the fourth quarter, and he has missed tackles. Takeo Spikes made the game-clinching interception against the Raiders.

-- Wide receiver Josh Morgan. He missed a key block that led to a 6-yard loss by Anthony Dixon in the red zone against Carolina, and missed on two long passes for possible touchdowns against the Raiders. Diminishing Morgan's role could create opportunities for Ted Ginn Jr. and Dominique Zeigler.

-- Tackle Anthony Davis. The rookie has committed false starts and holding penalties. He also gave up the shoulder-crunching sack that knocked quarterback Alex Smith out of Sunday's game. The 49ers don't have a clear replacement here. The team hasn't been comfortable with Barry Sims at right tackle, though he played well at left tackle last year when he replaced an injured Joe Staley.


Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/10/26/SPE01G1R6A.DTL#ixzz13TiNYmK4
Josh McDaniels won his first six games at Denver and since is 4-13.
Originally posted by LanceQ:
Originally posted by lamontb:
From offensive line coach to head coach for solari? Can't see that happening especially with the o line playing just as bad as Smith. I think sing will keep the job for the rest of the year regardless. The Broncos entire secondary is hurt minus champ so a normal NFL team would take advantage of that and the fact they can't stop the run. But the Niners aren't normal.

You're last sentence EXPLAINS it ALL! 53 in the box...lets run Gore up the middle.

Exactly homie. Sometimes it hurts to watch a team on a 3rd and 7 run a simple slant route for the 1st down. Then you see the Niners in 3rd and 7 just throw a 1 yard check down to Gore.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Josh McDaniels won his first six games at Denver and since is 4-13.

This has to be the hardest game to call, ever. Will Smith, his left arm in a sling, get a caretaker QB win against a Denver team that lays down again? 10-7?

Does Denver get pissed and slaughter the Niners who pretty much want Sing gone after this game? Could be 62-10 as poor Gore is sent into the line 38 times...

Does Sing, in a desperate attempt to stay employed, let Carr try to pass. Will Carr, on his 12th sack, get hurt and T. Smith sent in not knowing the first names of half the starters...Oh, well the QB isn't important. Half the defensive backs probably played QB in high school...
Originally posted by valrod33:
Possible lineup changes

-- Right guard Chilo Rachal. Dealing with knee and shoulder injuries, Rachal has struggled with pass protection and run blocking. Meanwhile, backup Adam Snyder has played well.

-- Nickel linebacker NaVorro Bowman. The rookie was called for illegal contact during the Panthers' game-tying touchdown drive in the fourth quarter, and he has missed tackles. Takeo Spikes made the game-clinching interception against the Raiders.

-- Wide receiver Josh Morgan. He missed a key block that led to a 6-yard loss by Anthony Dixon in the red zone against Carolina, and missed on two long passes for possible touchdowns against the Raiders. Diminishing Morgan's role could create opportunities for Ted Ginn Jr. and Dominique Zeigler.

-- Tackle Anthony Davis. The rookie has committed false starts and holding penalties. He also gave up the shoulder-crunching sack that knocked quarterback Alex Smith out of Sunday's game. The 49ers don't have a clear replacement here. The team hasn't been comfortable with Barry Sims at right tackle, though he played well at left tackle last year when he replaced an injured Joe Staley.


Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/10/26/SPE01G1R6A.DTL#ixzz13TiNYmK4



-- Tackle Anthony Davis. The rookie has committed false starts and holding penalties. He also gave up the shoulder-crunching sack that knocked quarterback Alex Smith out of Sunday's game. The 49ers don't have a clear replacement here. The team hasn't been comfortable with Barry Sims at right tackle, though he played well at left tackle last year when he replaced an injured Joe Staley. It's really interesting to see how Singletary addresses this issue at RT. This kid is clearly a weakness in pass protection that opposing teams expose every single week. Not to mention his tribute to Kwame Harris with consistent false starts.
  • mayo49
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Go, Niners, go!
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Possible lineup changes

-- Right guard Chilo Rachal. Dealing with knee and shoulder injuries, Rachal has struggled with pass protection and run blocking. Meanwhile, backup Adam Snyder has played well.

-- Nickel linebacker NaVorro Bowman. The rookie was called for illegal contact during the Panthers' game-tying touchdown drive in the fourth quarter, and he has missed tackles. Takeo Spikes made the game-clinching interception against the Raiders.

-- Wide receiver Josh Morgan. He missed a key block that led to a 6-yard loss by Anthony Dixon in the red zone against Carolina, and missed on two long passes for possible touchdowns against the Raiders. Diminishing Morgan's role could create opportunities for Ted Ginn Jr. and Dominique Zeigler.

-- Tackle Anthony Davis. The rookie has committed false starts and holding penalties. He also gave up the shoulder-crunching sack that knocked quarterback Alex Smith out of Sunday's game. The 49ers don't have a clear replacement here. The team hasn't been comfortable with Barry Sims at right tackle, though he played well at left tackle last year when he replaced an injured Joe Staley.


Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/10/26/SPE01G1R6A.DTL#ixzz13TiNYmK4



-- Tackle Anthony Davis. The rookie has committed false starts and holding penalties. He also gave up the shoulder-crunching sack that knocked quarterback Alex Smith out of Sunday's game. The 49ers don't have a clear replacement here. The team hasn't been comfortable with Barry Sims at right tackle, though he played well at left tackle last year when he replaced an injured Joe Staley. It's really interesting to see how Singletary addresses this issue at RT. This kid is clearly a weakness in pass protection that opposing teams expose every single week. Not to mention his tribute to Kwame Harris with consistent false starts.

HAHA
Originally posted by valrod33:
Possible lineup changes

In addressing the media in London on Monday, 49ers head coach Mike Singletary said that lineup changes are forthcoming.

"I feel that this week will be a pivotal week for us," he said.

You're God damned right! We lose this game, which I'm sure we will, his ass is filing for unemployment by Monday afternoon.
  • mayo49
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You guys don't really think Sing is going to be gone if we lose this game, do you? Jed will just come back on Monday and say, "he's our coach". Nothing is going to happen until at least the end of the season and even then Jed is probably not going to fire him.
[ Edited by mayo49 on Oct 26, 2010 at 2:21 PM ]
Originally posted by mayo49:
You guys don't really think Sing is going to be gone if we lose this game, do you? Jed will just come back on Monday and say, "he's our coach". Nothing is going to happen until at least the end of the season and even then Jed is probably not going to fire him.

I think it's really 50/50. Nolan got canned during the season, I don't see why it wouldn't happen to Sing.

1-7 going into the bye-week is a perfect set up for mid-season firing.
  • fly15
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Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Possible lineup changes

In addressing the media in London on Monday, 49ers head coach Mike Singletary said that lineup changes are forthcoming.

"I feel that this week will be a pivotal week for us," he said.

You're God damned right! We lose this game, which I'm sure we will, his ass is filing for unemployment by Monday afternoon.

guys... lets wait for the film
Sing has a game plan -- keeping the starting qb a secret guarantees us a win!!