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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 2)

Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by dj43:
Zone blocking would work but not when the OL is outmanned the way Seattle does it. They kept 8 men on the LOS at what seemed like 95% of the time. Sooner or later, you have to force them out of putting 8 men in the box.

DING...DING...DING....when Roman finally figures this out, maybe they'll get somewhere. 49ers did little to force Seattle out of their comfort zone and 8 man boxes.

How do you do this? The only way I know how is by having a legit #1 and #2.

Like ATL has?
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
If I were coach, I would tell my WRs to initiate contact and punch the SEA DBs and maul them every play out so that we bring the action then release and not the other way around. If contact is allowed within 5 yards then I will initiate it. Beat their a$$es up before they beat mine

Yea but Moore, Patton, and KW would get knocked on their ass. Boldin/Baldwin are literallt the only guys that can do this.
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
People need to realize that the Seahawks are a team that is built perfectly to beat us, a stacked defensive line full of pass rushers and a ridiculous secondary that can be left on an island and lock down receivers. Combine that with that f**king stadium impeding our offense from getting in a rhythm, and you get this.

I find some comfort knowing that our defense somewhat shut Wilson and Lynch down. Wilson didn't do s**t all game, and Lynch averaged under 4 yards a carry. He was stuffed more often than not. And the best thing about that was THAT WAS IN SEATTLE, and we MIGHT not have to play there again this year.

Offenses always struggle when playing in Seattle, so I saw this one coming. Obviously I wish we played a little better, but Seattle is a great team (second best in the NFL IMO) and they are practically unbeatable while playing in Seattle.

If it comes down to it, having the tie-breaker over them at the end of the year is going to be crucial. Winning in SF when we play them is a must, because I will have nightmares the entire week leading up to a playoff game in Seattle.

We'll be fine. People who are freaking out need to realize that winning this game would've been an incredible upset, and realize that our defense exposed their offense and made it way less imposing, at least from my perspective.

Gonna end my night in agreement with this post.

peace!

agreed with all of this
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Like ATL has?

Like a resigned Crab and 1st round WR. Lets sign a guard instead though.
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[ Edited by Jcool on Sep 15, 2013 at 10:43 PM ]
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
If I were coach, I would tell my WRs to initiate contact and punch the SEA DBs and maul them every play out so that we bring the action then release and not the other way around. If contact is allowed within 5 yards then I will initiate it. Beat their a$$es up before they beat mine

Yea but Moore, Patton, and KW would get knocked on their ass. Boldin/Baldwin are literallt the only guys that can do this.

Yes. Put them out there with Vance and VD and beat them up
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
If I were coach, I would tell my WRs to initiate contact and punch the SEA DBs and maul them every play out so that we bring the action then release and not the other way around. If contact is allowed within 5 yards then I will initiate it. Beat their a$$es up before they beat mine

Yea but Moore, Patton, and KW would get knocked on their ass. Boldin/Baldwin are literallt the only guys that can do this.


f**k that. Line McDonald out wide, and just say, "Hulk SMASH". He'll know what to do.
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by dj43:
Zone blocking would work but not when the OL is outmanned the way Seattle does it. They kept 8 men on the LOS at what seemed like 95% of the time. Sooner or later, you have to force them out of putting 8 men in the box.

DING...DING...DING....when Roman finally figures this out, maybe they'll get somewhere. 49ers did little to force Seattle out of their comfort zone and 8 man boxes.

How do you do this? The only way I know how is by having a legit #1 and #2.

...and that is the problem.

If Jenkins had lived up to his draft position and Crabtree were healthy, Bolding would be an awesome #3. However, as it is now, we have a #3 trying to be a #1, and he has never been that. Not Boldin's fault. He can burn an inexperienced player but playoff teams don't have inexperienced players in the secondary.
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Like ATL has?

Like a resigned Crab and 1st round WR. Lets sign a guard instead though.

tough decisions
`should call the cops in to officiate because they get away with assaulting our guys on every f**king play. the one where they threw patton to the ground got called but they missed when sherman and boldin were basically fist fighting or when their tackle had aldon smith in a headlock, etc. the nfl needs to be more consistent with what they call and what they dont call if they dont want to be labeled as las vegas run, fixed game b******t. if theyre gonna allow that stuff we need to start being more aggressive and do it too. seattle knew they could get away with it so they did it. im more pissed at our timid play and unbalanced officiating than seattle.
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Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by father49er:
I'm not saying the D didn't play a good game, just the D line got pushed around. Even in the first half, the hawks were getting 3 yard pushes on runs. I rarely see this happen to the 9ers run D.

dude they were giving up 5 yards max in the 1st half and most of their runs were around 3 yards. Look at the passing stats in the 1st half. Nothing. Nada. Dominated. We made the one dimensional and it showed.

Seattle 1st half run plays:

Q1

@13:11 Lynch right tackle for 4 yards

@08:36 Lynch up the middle for 21 yards

@07:59 Lynch left end for 2 yards

@04:04 Turbin middle for 5 yards

@01:19 Lynch right tackle for 3 yards

@00:40 Lynch middle for 6 yards

@00:07 Wilson up middle for 2 yards

Q2

@15:00 Lynch right tackle 5 yards

@13:19 Turbin left tackle for 5 yards

@10:31 Lynch right tackle for 1 yard

@09:35 Lynch middle for 8 yards

@09:10 Lynch right tackle for no gain

@07:29 Lynch right tackle for 14 yards

@06:35 Lynch left tackle for no gain

@02:56 Lynch right tackle for 1 yard

@02:21 Lynch right tackle for 1 yard

@01:35 Turbin right guard for 3 yards

@01:01 Turbin middle for 4 yards

18 running plays for 94 total yards

5.2 yards per carry
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
DING...DING...DING....when Roman finally figures this out, maybe they'll get somewhere. 49ers did little to force Seattle out of their comfort zone and 8 man boxes.


49ers would of won this game had we drafted Dick Rogers right Phoenix49ers ya f**king tool!!!!!!!!!!!!
Originally posted by dj43:
...and that is the problem.

If Jenkins had lived up to his draft position and Crabtree were healthy, Bolding would be an awesome #3. However, as it is now, we have a #3 trying to be a #1, and he has never been that. Not Boldin's fault. He can burn an inexperienced player but playoff teams don't have inexperienced players in the secondary.

I don't think it's Boldins fault. You hit the nail on the head though. The FO knew what was up. Jenkins was the answer and unfortunately it's turned into the most of epic of fails. I mean honestly I think we win this game with Crab.
A Davis was awful.