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Regarding other teams targeting Kaep to injure him this year

Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by Scoots:
Mooch was on the radio and according to him if the QB makes it evident he doesn't have the ball then he cannot be hit.

That's how I see it. I don't think defenders are going to be able to get away with hitting the QB when they please. They have to get there at the right time, when the fake is actually taking place. Once the QB pulls back and he doesn't have the ball, you can't hit him.

The whole thing is overblown and Harbaugh knows it. Its done purposefully to distract from the hitting we gonna be doing on Rodgers. We all know Aldon gonna take his shots! Rodgers gonna be like the walking wounded. I want us to really pound Rodgers like the Saints did us preseason 2011
If teams are selling out to kill the QB and not stop the read option....then Hell yes!

Choose your posion...Gore will love this...if key defensive edge players are being coached to get a cheap shot on the QB and not stop the play...the read option is working.
There's something I don't understand. Any time a quarterback motions to hand off the ball, they have the opportunity to fake the hand off and keep the ball and run with it. So it seems by the way they want to set up the rules, that with any quarterback after any play where there is an indication that there may be a hand-off from the quarterback, that the quarterback could be hit for some time afterward even if there is a hand-off. I'm probably missing something, though - but what?
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by Scoots:
Mooch was on the radio and according to him if the QB makes it evident he doesn't have the ball then he cannot be hit.

That's how I see it. I don't think defenders are going to be able to get away with hitting the QB when they please. They have to get there at the right time, when the fake is actually taking place. Once the QB pulls back and he doesn't have the ball, you can't hit him.

The whole thing is overblown and Harbaugh knows it. Its done purposefully to distract from the hitting we gonna be doing on Rodgers. We all know Aldon gonna take his shots! Rodgers gonna be like the walking wounded. I want us to really pound Rodgers like the Saints did us preseason 2011

Exactly this.......
Originally posted by Dshearn:
If teams are selling out to kill the QB and not stop the read option....then Hell yes!

Choose your posion...Gore will love this...if key defensive edge players are being coached to get a cheap shot on the QB and not stop the play...the read option is working.

That's exactly right. All this talk about hitting Kaep is just pre-game antics. GB won't sell out trying to hit Kaep, they just want him to be thinking about what Suggs did to him in the first half of the SB and hope that might slow him down some.
Let's Pistol them to death
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If their intention is clear (hurt Kap), then I PRAY those a-holes get their legs taken out (CAREER ENDING) by a blinside chop and what not!!
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its all much about nothing,, we will come out in a straight set, eye formation and pistol and i bet you ck will not have a called running play for himself all game long.
you cannot kill that which cannot be seen!!! i think kaep is fast enough and has enough awareness to get out of danger for the most part
As I am reading the tea laeves of the NFL policy this is what I'm seeing.


QB Protection - slow, white pocket passers, established pocket stars of the league.


Hit them as much as you want high, low, knees, head, even without the ball - black athletic QB's, running QB's, younger guys, less league established golden boys.


Is this pretty much the policy?
[ Edited by SanDiego49er on Sep 7, 2013 at 3:53 PM ]
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
As I am reading the tea laeves of the NFL policy this is what I'm seeing.


QB Protection - slow, white pocket passers, established pocket stars of the league.


Hit them as much as you want high, low, knees, head, even without the ball - black athletic QB's, running QB's, younger guys, less league established golden boys.


Is this pretty much the policy?

aaron rodgers white ass can run too and im sure we will smack him pretty good to show the league they have to change the rules tomorrow lol. harbaugh doesnt like what the nfl said so he will make it obvious that the rules are flawed by smasking the s**t out of rodgers every chance we get tomorrow lol
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
As I am reading the tea laeves of the NFL policy this is what I'm seeing.


QB Protection - slow, white pocket passers, established pocket stars of the league.


Hit them as much as you want high, low, knees, head, even without the ball - black athletic QB's, running QB's, younger guys, less league established golden boys.


Is this pretty much the policy?

aaron rodgers white ass can run too and im sure we will smack him pretty good to show the league they have to change the rules tomorrow lol. harbaugh doesnt like what the nfl said so he will make it obvious that the rules are flawed by smasking the s**t out of rodgers every chance we get tomorrow lol

Protection - Manning, Brees, Brady, Rodgers.

Hit as much as you want even without the football - Kaepernick, RG3, Wilson, Newton, Vick
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
As I am reading the tea laeves of the NFL policy this is what I'm seeing.


QB Protection - slow, white pocket passers, established pocket stars of the league.


Hit them as much as you want high, low, knees, head, even without the ball - black athletic QB's, running QB's, younger guys, less league established golden boys.


Is this pretty much the policy?

Sure seems that way.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
As I am reading the tea laeves of the NFL policy this is what I'm seeing.


QB Protection - slow, white pocket passers, established pocket stars of the league.


Hit them as much as you want high, low, knees, head, even without the ball - black athletic QB's, running QB's, younger guys, less league established golden boys.


Is this pretty much the policy?
Great post! I just has this exact conversation with my girlfriend.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
As I am reading the tea laeves of the NFL policy this is what I'm seeing.


QB Protection - slow, white pocket passers, established pocket stars of the league.


Hit them as much as you want high, low, knees, head, even without the ball - black athletic QB's, running QB's, younger guys, less league established golden boys.


Is this pretty much the policy?

RGIII would be my counterargument. He's a young, black running QB and he'll get treated just like Brady and Manning.