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

  • Kolohe
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Worst beat down since Ken Dorsey played there. C'mon Kaep!!
Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by father49er:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by father49er:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by father49er:
You also left out the original point of the thread - that our D wasn't giving up runs in the first half.

it was also 5-0 at half.

Yes. Again, the point is our D gave up 5.2 yards per carry.

not sure i get what your point is?

Our D line got pushed around, then some guy claimed there were no runs more than 3 ypc in the first half. I looked it up and he was wrong. Not sure why you got involved. The rest of the D played well, but not as good as Seattle's D against our O - clearly.

Private message him if you don't want others commenting on what you say. Our D Line didn't get pushed around. Just because they had a few big plays in the first half doesn't mean they were having success running the ball.

That comment about getting involved is wrong. I was only trying to give some context about my point. Since the thread topic was removed, it made it seem I was arguing something else.
f**k excuses! We lost fair and square to the seahawks. Too much mistakes!
Originally posted by Jcool:
Aaron Rodgers: At Seattle 2012: 223 yards, ZERO TD's, 81 Rating... The best QB in the NFL.

and Seattle's pass rush is even deeper this year. That's my concern.
They played the odds of grabbing and holding niners wr's/dl everyplay. works for them all the time. Kaep had no "touch" for the most part. didn't make plays.
Originally posted by SFrush:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Aaron Rodgers: At Seattle 2012: 223 yards, ZERO TD's, 81 Rating... The best QB in the NFL.

and Seattle's pass rush is even deeper this year. That's my concern.

That pass rush won't be as effective when we can gain some snap count leverage at home nor will it be as effective on the road for them anywhere but SEA.
[ Edited by Pillbusta on Sep 15, 2013 at 11:45 PM ]
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Anyone know if the running game called in sick, I didn't see him working today?
Originally posted by keeferr75:
They played the odds of grabbing and holding niners wr's/dl everyplay. works for them all the time. Kaep had no "touch" for the most part. didn't make plays.

Our WRs need to grab and hold them give them a punch a push and a nudge then release. Just like Michael Irvin used to do to us. We need very large and physical WRs to play a team like that.
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Originally posted by Kolohe:
Anyone know if the running game called in sick, I didn't see him working today?

we did get 100 yards rushing.
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Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Anyone know if the running game called in sick, I didn't see him working today?

we did get 100 yards rushing.

Kaepernick accounted for most, that's not really a running game, I'd rather see Gore, Hunter and James gain the yards.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Kaepernick accounted for most, that's not really a running game, I'd rather see Gore, Hunter and James gain the yards.

You will have to wait on James for another week or so
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Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Anyone know if the running game called in sick, I didn't see him working today?

we did get 100 yards rushing.

Kaepernick accounted for most, that's not really a running game, I'd rather see Gore, Hunter and James gain the yards.

Think positive!
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
That pass rush won't be as effective when we can gain some snap count leverage at home nor will it be as effective on the road for them anywhere but SEA.

It's hard for me believe their pass rush will be less effective with Irvin and Clemons in the picture next time around. There pass rush depth is outstanding.
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by eonblue:
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.


Originally posted by father49er:
Our D line got pushed around, then some guy claimed there were no runs more than 3 ypc in the first half. I looked it up and he was wrong. Not sure why you got involved. The rest of the D played well, but not as good as Seattle's D against our O - clearly.

I said what?

Literally 3 runs over 5 yards. I didn't have the stats but thanks you did the research for me. 10 out of 18 runs would qualify as most right?

The 3-5 yard runs were mostly Lynch running behind the push of their Oline. You were right to qualify the 3 yarders but I maintain you were off on the spirit of the statement. They averaged 5.2 ypc in the first half. For reference, you said:

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.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Anyone know if the running game called in sick, I didn't see him working today?

Yea he couldn't get a ride.