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

So, here are my thoughts heading into the game: throughout the playoffs and especially today, we saw a lot of pre-snap audibles and tinkering with Kaep before the snap. This will be heavily hindered in Seattle because of the deafening crowd noise. I wonder how Roman will gameplan for this? What did he do last year late in the season against Seattle? I can't remember, I was watching in a bar and didn't get to watch very intently. I know that game was a disaster, and I'm curious as to what sort of gameplan they had in place.
NINERS will win... And that's that...
In case I forget to mention it, I really hate the Seahawks.
Lots of stuff to fix before next week, but plenty of stuff to be happy about as well. My biggest concern is getting plays called on time and accurately in the loudest stadium in the NFL (......sorry Arrowhead and Chiefs fans). Having to waste two timeouts early in both halves won't do against the Seahawks in their stadium.

Then again, our passing offense looked pretty good with Boldin and Davis stepping up big time. Eric Reid looked really good at FS. Aldon Smith had 1 1/2 sacks and, most importantly, no one got hurt.

Bring it on, Seattle! The Niners will be ready.
That Packer team was good. The 49ers must work on cleaning up formation issues and getting the play off in time. The Seahawks are a much better team at home. It looks like Hunter is going to get more carries but when the money is on the line Frank is still the man. Reid appears to be a mature player, he reminds me of Goldson without the stupid penalties. The D was okay, but Rodgers can do it against anybody.
Willow is going to die
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
I do not expect us to win this game. It would be nice not to get blown out however.

Hard to expect a win in Seattle, but I think we will have opportunities to win the game. Just have to capitalize.
Agreed. Just hope for no serious/season-ending injuries. It always seems like we leave the game with a couple.

If we can run the ball effectively then we could keep it interesting. If the run game is like what it was today then I just don't see how we can pull it off. Seattle is just a completely different team at home.
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Niners need to get Lemonier involved in the pass rush next week against Seattle. He has the speed to run down Wilson when he goes into his trademark roll-outs. Otherwise, our secondary may have a problem.
Originally posted by ace52:
Niners need to get Lemonier involved in the pass rush next week against Seattle. He has the speed to run down Wilson when he goes into his trademark roll-outs. Otherwise, our secondary may have a problem.

I'd love to see Lemonier get a chance to rush the passer on 3rd downs. He's extremely explosive. Put him on the strong side against Giacomini. I don't think he can handle that type of speed.

Also, more Patton and Moore! We know what Kyle can do -- not much. Functional slot receiver, but not good enough to be an every down outside receiver.
First off, figure out how to get the plays in before we start talking about winning. If we are as slow as we were today plus running audibles and changing plays, we will use up all our timeouts by the 1st quarter. LOL. I can definitely forsee major problems again. If Kap can't even get it done comfortably in a home game, the delay-of-game penalties alone will bury us !! Honestly, this is no longer a laughing matter.
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Originally posted by SofaKing:
I'd love to see Lemonier get a chance to rush the passer on 3rd downs. He's extremely explosive. Put him on the strong side against Giacomini. I don't think he can handle that type of speed.

Also, more Patton and Moore! We know what Kyle can do -- not much. Functional slot receiver, but not good enough to be an every down outside receiver.

We need to use all of our weapons against Seattle. Patton brings shiftiness and explosiveness, while Moore is willing to fight for the tough catches.
Also, we may want to study what Carolina did to the Seahawks offense in the first half, and incorporate some of that into our defensive game plan.
1. The one thing that keeps me at least a little positive going into this game is that Clemons and Irvin should be out, and they are Seattle's two best pass-rushers. That should help out our offensive line and hopefully give Kap as much time as he had today.

2. Worrisome seeing the same lack of communication/trouble getting calls in, especially going into Seattle. They NEED to get that figured out before next week.
their piece of s**t fanbase should be making its way in here shortly
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Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
their piece of s**t fanbase should be making its way in here shortly

Pieces of s**t
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
1. The one thing that keeps me at least a little positive going into this game is that Clemons and Irvin should be out, and they are Seattle's two best pass-rushers. That should help out our offensive line and hopefully give Kap as much time as he had today.

2. Worrisome seeing the same lack of communication/trouble getting calls in, especially going into Seattle. They NEED to get that figured out before next week.

Two your second point, it seems the players were not huddling up fast enough. I think the cameras showed coach yelling/waving for the guys to huddle up. Why should a coach have to do that