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Greg Roman, is he really good?

Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Seriously, what is Ted Tollner doing nowadays? Just as when the 49ers brought him in to help clueless Hostler, maybe he could work with Roman too.

Good point Phoenix!!!
Originally posted by 190836:
Originally posted by gunslinger8:
Anyone else remember this?
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/01/07/harbaugh-we-will-install-the-west-coast-offense/
So was the dude flat out lying or does he even know what the west coast offense is? That abomination he put on the field today doesn't resemble WCO on its best day and I am offended that they could be mentioned in the same breath. Don't paint your Ford Escort red and try telling me it's a Ferrari dude.
This is what I've been saying. Its all one big BS by Harbaugh and York when they hired him to make us believe that we were going back to the WCO.

The only WCO thing about this offense is the terminology. The scheme/philosophy doesn't resemble Walsh's offense at all.
as we watch the cowboys run it on the saints guarantee we don't run it next week
Originally posted by jonesadrian:
defense hasn't cost us a single game this year.

roman gets his head out of his behind we could be undefeated.

defense gave up 10 points..10 and shut the panthers down.

we are actually running great on the panthers and we don't do it they blitz we continue 7 step drops

nobody will say this but its true. the coaches make the players look HORRIBLE
im tired of it



I'm confident in saying that this coaching staff does less with their players on offense than any other coaching staff in the NFL. Defense, that's a whole different story, I feel that they have some truly outstanding coaches on that side of the ball with Fangio, Tomsula, Leavitt, Donatell, Greg Jackson...etc. I have zero trust in Roman, Morton, Chryst or most of the other offensive coaches.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Nov 10, 2013 at 6:14 PM ]
The funny thing is that we often hear in the media how good Greg Roman is. But rarely do we hear Vic Fangio get any credit. Can't stand that b******t. Vic Fangio have saved Greg Romans bad offense so many times the last three years!
Originally posted by SFrush:
Originally posted by Eastcoastniner:
once again we stop using gore and see what happens

Only 4 Carries for Gore in the second half. After he had 12 carries for 61 yards in the first half.

After 40+ games with Roman calling plays, All i can say is "you can't fix stupid"..............
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
I'm confident in saying that this coaching staff does less with their players on offense than any other coaching staff in the NFL. Defense, that's a whole different story, I feel that they have some truly outstanding coaches on that side of the ball with Fangio, Tomsula, Leavitt, Donatell, Greg Jackson...etc. I have zero trust in Roman, Morton, Chryst or most of the other offensive coaches.

that's it.

the inability to make adjustments the arrogance to keep doing things that don't work but trying them a different way the refusal to adapt the refusal to get dirty to win.

i had a bad feeling from the point we kicked the field goal instead of lining up and going for it on 4th and 1. we haven't hesitated on going for it all year but jim let the panthers scare him. gore could have gotten that 1 yard. we could have gotten that 1 td and that is the entire difference in the game

he let the panthers punk him

let that be the jaguars? oh yea from our own 30 we're going for it

that set a negative tone and the line played bad since that point
Originally posted by Ahlqvist52:
The funny thing is that we often hear in the media how good Greg Roman is. But rarely do we hear Vic Fangio get any credit. Can't stand that b******t. Vic Fangio have saved Greg Romans bad offense so many times the last three years!

there is a reason roman is still on our coaching staff
if he actually knew what he was doing another team would have taken him. think about how many coordinators got taken who were coordinators AFTER he got to the 49ers..
Originally posted by jonesadrian:
there is a reason roman is still on our coaching staff
if he actually knew what he was doing another team would have taken him. think about how many coordinators got taken who were coordinators AFTER he got to the 49ers..

The dude does not know how to attack a defense through the air...plain and simple. He stinks. Boy do I miss the ATTACKING passing style of BW
Where has the short/intermediate passing game gone? Screens and slants are non-existent in this offense. We have a 3rd and 7 and we're throwing 20 yards down the field? SMH! I can't deny Roman's running schemes, but to be the worst passing attack in the league is unacceptable. Come on, we're the San Francisco 49ers!
can we have two seperate offensive coordinators haha one for passing and one for rushing?
Originally posted by HungryHunter:
Where has the short/intermediate passing game gone? Screens and slants are non-existent in this offense. We have a 3rd and 7 and we're throwing 20 yards down the field? SMH! I can't deny Roman's running schemes, but to be the worst passing attack in the league is unacceptable. Come on, we're the San Francisco 49ers!

Maybe, just maybe, some players are limiting their play selection and offensive philosophy.
Roman needs to stop listening to Magini.
Originally posted by OregonNiner87:
Maybe, just maybe, some players are limiting their play selection and offensive philosophy.

i would agree until you see how he goes away from what works
that gives up that possibility. you're killing them on the ground so your answer is to go away from it. that type of stupidity doesn't get a pass because gore certainly isn't limiting the play calling and philosophy on top of it actually working.

who lines up in pistol against a team that actually practices against the pistol?
Originally posted by strickac:
Roman needs to stop listening to Magini.

i seriously doubt an adjustment manigni or anyone would make is to stop doing what works. and continue to do what doesn't