Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
True the run game wasn't working, but I think a big reason why we had a big day passing was because GB overcompensated against the run. We had to stick with it, its a key part of the gameplan. We can't become one-dimensional.
Football is a collective effort. Obviously Kap was brilliant and made some outstanding individual plays. But Roman's playcalling also opened up plenty of downfield opportunities for Boldin and Davis.
It absolutely did not. They did not scheme their way open. They didn't do anything special or cute, the line blocked amazing and gave Kap a lot of time.
Usually, if the play calling is amazing, we would see great rushing, and the ball spread around to everyone. It was the opposite of that, which indicates the individual efforts of the players themselves are the reason they put up the numbers.
Really? Boldin and Davis were WIDE open at times once they made their breaks. It was startling. Playcalling opened that up dude. Wasn't all O-line, but kudos to them for giving Kap time. That's what they're supposed to do.
Same story last year when the run game was clicking. It was all Crabtree in the pass game and every one else got scraps. That's just the way our offense works. Nothing wrong with it when you get this type of production. Who cares if it came from 2 receivers or 5?
[ Edited by SofaKing on Sep 8, 2013 at 7:32 PM ]