Originally posted by ChipDouglas510:
He was also instrumental in getting us there...great vid, only thing that could have made this thread harder to stomach
Doesn't matter if he completely fails in the most important game of his life.
He took a complete s**t during and every game following New England.
PFF backs me up:
For much of the first half it looked like the old Chris Culliver had returned and that his recent struggles were behind him. Prior to the 49ers' Week 15 trip to New England, Culliver had accumulated a coverage grade of +9.4 and had yielded only 50 yards in a game twice all season. Over the 49ers' final six games, however, Culliver's coverage grade was -5.4 and he yielded at least 65 yards in coverage in all bar one matchup. Early on in this one Culliver was getting his hands to passes (two pass defenses) and generally had his assignment on lockdown, but when Jacoby Jones got free for his long TD all bets were off. For the game, Culliver gave up a career-high 123 yards, at more than 30 yards per completion, and conceded his third touchdown in five games. Combined with conceding a pivotal pass interference penalty, this was a game, and a week, for Culliver to forget.
I won't miss him with Asomugha on board.