Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Yup. You got it. Tape doesn't lie. Look again at how open Patton is. He doesn't even look over there.
If you had these slides with Alex Smith what would people say?.....
Is this the real world?
Your "proof" only hurts your stance. Kap starts looking to his right, and in the first frame Patton is not open. Kap then proceeds to scan across the field, all the way to his left, before deciding to run.
Now perhaps when you jack up all of your abilities to 100 on Madden, you make these kinds of plays all the time, however, in the real game of football, QB's miss receivers, because they become open after they have passed looking at them through the progression.
Also, you continue to mention Kap locking onto to Boldin, Psst, he's developed some chemistry with VD as well, oh and, he seemed to find a guy named Crabtree last year. Do you notice the pattern? He finds more success with better receivers... Successful QB's all share that common sense ability.
Patton is an intriguing player, and I'm hoping to see him utilized more, as I think he can add a new dimension to the offense. However, on this particular play, the point you think you are making is simply not there to be made.
In fact, [b]IF[/b] he hadn't progressed past Patton, take a look at the play. That safety has 3 strides max, until he is in front of him. That's one mother****ing hell of a throw you are looking to be made. Looks just as likely to be a pick 6 to me...
Tough game? Absolutely!
A sign of Kap not being what many think he is? Nah, you'll have to present a much more solid case than this nonsense.
[ Edited by 49erFan on Sep 17, 2013 at 8:22 PM ]