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Greg Roman, is he really good?

It is Eric Manginas fault. He is making our coaches over think everything right into the hands of the opponent. Fire him.
Originally posted by Joecool:
It is Eric Manginas fault. He is making our coaches over think everything right into the hands of the opponent. Fire him.

they could just simply ignore him.

but if he's looking at the game...from a common sense standpoint he could say i need to get more wr's involved if i want to improve the passing game
that's common sense.

common sense says they're loading the box to stop the run let's trot 3wr's out there instead of 1 and 2te's
that's common sense.

he has no common sense
fire both of them but these problems were here before magini set foot in santa clara
Originally posted by verb1der:
Eric Branch ‏@Eric_Branch4m
#49ers Frank Gore: "Defenses are doing a great job on us, game-planning wise."





15 minutes in the film room and the rest of the day on the golf course. It ain't hard!
Originally posted by verb1der:
Eric Branch ‏@Eric_Branch4m
#49ers Frank Gore: "Defenses are doing a great job on us, game-planning wise."







AKA.................."Our coaches are doing a s**tty job gameplanning against opposing defenses."
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http://ninerchatter.blogspot.com/2013/11/is-roman-to-blame.html <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< This is a must read.
Originally posted by MarkD:
http://ninerchatter.blogspot.com/2013/11/is-roman-to-blame.html <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< This is a must read.

Hard to argue with visual evidence
Originally posted by MarkD:
http://ninerchatter.blogspot.com/2013/11/is-roman-to-blame.html <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< This is a must read.

This is just more cherry-picking of plays, you can take similar screenshots for every QB in the NFL, on some of those screenshots, Kaepernick is obviously committed to a receiver, just because a guy breaks open at that point is meaningless. In other plays there is no telling where he is in his read, just because a guy is open doesn't mean he was "open" when Kaepernick looked his way.


Is Kaepernick doing well, no, not lately, but these "gotcha shots" are b******t, look at the total number of snaps, the amount of times the 49ers trotted out only 1 WR out there, or that they had Kaepernick taking long drop backs late in the game when there should have been bootlegs utilized to get him more time to throw the ball downfield.


I notice how these people never make screenshots of Kaepernick scrambling, looking downfield, with every single receiver having his back turned towards him, when I get some time I'll take some screenshots as well of where he was put into some really bad situations when he has to scramble and nobody comes back for the football.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Nov 20, 2013 at 5:10 PM ]
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by MarkD:
http://ninerchatter.blogspot.com/2013/11/is-roman-to-blame.html <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< This is a must read.

This is just more cherry-picking of plays, you can take similar screenshots for every QB in the NFL, on some of those screenshots, Kaepernick is obviously committed to a receiver, just because a guy breaks open at that point is meaningless. In other plays there is no telling where he is in his read, just because a guy is open doesn't mean he was "open" when Kaepernick looked his way.


Is Kaepernick doing well, no, not lately, but these "gotcha shots" are b******t, look at the total number of snaps, the amount of times the 49ers trotted out only 1 WR out there, or that they had Kaepernick taking long drop backs late in the game when there should have been bootlegs utilized to get him more time to throw the ball downfield.


I notice how these people never make screenshots of Kaepernick scrambling, looking downfield, with every single receiver having his back turned towards him, when I get some time I'll take some screenshots as well of where he was put into some really bad situations when he has to scramble and nobody comes back for the football.
So by cherry picking I assume you mean they only picked that bad plays to suite their need to make the point?? Because his stats this last game shows exactly what he is. Kapernick is still learning to play at this level. We will see what type of player he will be if he adjusts his game.
Originally posted by MarkD:
So by cherry picking I assume you mean they only picked that bad plays to suite their need to make the point?? Because his stats this last game shows exactly what he is. Kapernick is still learning to play at this level. We will see what type of player he will be if he adjusts his game.

No, it means they show guys breaking open when you can clearly see Kaepernick is committed and in his throwing motion, such as in the endzone pass to VD. It is someone trying to point out something when they have no clue what the hell they are actually looking at. If you watch some of those plays in real time, you can see that Kaepernick makes initial reads to some of the very receivers that get open after he already had looked their way, such as in the endzone pass to VD. Kaepernick looks to Boldin, Boldin is covered, he moves on to VD, commits to VD and then this random guy states that Kaepernick f**ked up because Boldin breaks open after Kaepernick already moved to another read.



Kaepernick is struggling and there's times that he flat out does miss an open receiver or makes the wrong read, but some of those examples are just idiotic.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Nov 20, 2013 at 5:21 PM ]
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
This is just more cherry-picking of plays, you can take similar screenshots for every QB in the NFL, on some of those screenshots, Kaepernick is obviously committed to a receiver, just because a guy breaks open at that point is meaningless. In other plays there is no telling where he is in his read, just because a guy is open doesn't mean he was "open" when Kaepernick looked his way.


Is Kaepernick doing well, no, not lately, but these "gotcha shots" are b******t, look at the total number of snaps, the amount of times the 49ers trotted out only 1 WR out there, or that they had Kaepernick taking long drop backs late in the game when there should have been bootlegs utilized to get him more time to throw the ball downfield.


I notice how these people never make screenshots of Kaepernick scrambling, looking downfield, with every single receiver having his back turned towards him, when I get some time I'll take some screenshots as well of where he was put into some really bad situations when he has to scramble and nobody comes back for the football.

that's the best part though. he misses a play. and then that's a microcosm of the entire game lol

no word on why we have 2te's out there 71% of the time though right?
Originally posted by jonesadrian:
that's the best part though. he misses a play. and then that's a microcosm of the entire game lol

no word on why we have 2te's out there 71% of the time though right?

Or why they keep lining the fullback out wide or using long dropbacks against teams stacking the box and attacking, or any number of other crazy, upside down playcalls.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
No, it means they show guys breaking open when you can clearly see Kaepernick is committed and in his throwing motion, such as in the endzone pass to VD. It is someone trying to point out something when they have no clue what the hell they are actually looking at. If you watch some of those plays in real time, you can see that Kaepernick makes initial reads to some of the very receivers that get open after he already had looked their way, such as in the endzone pass to VD. Kaepernick looks to Boldin, Boldin is covered, he moves on to VD, commits to VD and then this random guy states that Kaepernick f**ked up because Boldin breaks open after Kaepernick already moved to another read.



Kaepernick is struggling and there's times that he flat out does miss an open receiver or makes the wrong read, but some of those examples are just idiotic.
nvm that it was a blitz and if he held the ball longer people would be complaining about him holding the ball too long on an obvious blitz, like they just did last week

nvm it's a tie game and we're backed up on our own end and instead of running the ball to get the clock moving past the 2minute warning and positive yards, he calls a dropback and the pressure is right there to sack.

just like the panthers did last week

as if rob ryan knew it was coming

which he more than likely did.
Nah guys.

What is Kap supposed to do when he has 3 dudes on him while his receivers are running straight line with their backs flat to him?

This looks like when Smith had to block for himself and throw it before anybody had a clue the ball was coming their way.

And now, as history repeats itself the harbinger of death is going to be on the line.

Adam Snyder.

Might as well just put Kap on injured reserve right now before Snyder gets him killed and save him for next year.

Fire Roman, fire the WR coach (in his time Johnny Morton was a decent receiver but he aint no coach.)

Take over Jim

We need you to
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Or why they keep lining the fullback out wide or using long dropbacks against teams stacking the box and attacking, or any number of other crazy, upside down playcalls.

the fact that they would rather use the fullback split wide over an actual slot wr in baldin or even hunter or james in space

and the fact that vance and the practice squad tight end got more reps than our 2nd and 3rd wr..

it goes on and on

the stat every game they point to is how kap hasn't found any other wr's
but they don't point out that for HALF of the season williams was the other guy and he rarely shared any time
and after his departure we have lined up 2te's instead of 2wr's or even 3 majority of the snap
and in power formation with slow options have passed more than we have run.

all of which is basic football 101
and this is the plan they they actually felt good about and didn't change.

the longest run of the day was a wham block play from gore
and in true roman fashion he never ran the thing AGAIN
gore had 70 yards rushing in the 1st half against the panthers, and in response to this in a 1 point game is to give him 2 carries in the 2nd half.

him getting carries alone puts us in field goal range at least to extend the lead.
instead let's keep 2 te's out there and honestly literally give kap 3 options 1 of which being the damn fullback

and jim is ok with this week in and week out.

the arrogance is too much, just too much. i wish jed would fire greg so jim didn't have to do it. just fired him and then said you call the plays now
What I can't understand about our coaching staff is why they cannot seem to make adjustments to counter the opposing teams when their game plan takes an unexpected change in direction. The elite teams can do this. Why can't we?