"Well, we shall see what we shall see" but , man do I ever like : BOLDIN PATTON VANCE VERNON BALDWIN
sideline to sideline... then run frank up the middle..or let kap take his choice of whoever is open.
the other set, and I don't know NC if this is the BTF or not, but it was 3 guys set left about 10 yds from Lt Tackle, who went out in a bunch, 2 broke out, and I think it was Boldin breaking in. Nobody was covering him. I loved that formation...is that your BTF? Odd we didn't run it again. It will work against SEA, and more than once. So between the 5 wide, TEs, WRs, maybe miller, we got some packages that are really difficult to defend. And for a change we got a bunch of receiving talent, after taking only one ball catcher in 3rd round. But at end of camp we got both patton and moore...plus Baldwin(minus AJs positive $2.7 cap exchange), to go along with Vance. Man , if that isn't bulking up your receiver (unnhh...ball catcher) corps, nothing is.
And therein lies my one as of yet disappointment with Kap. Last yr it was all Crbs all the time, with occ toss to Vernon. This yr it is mostly Anquan, 6-8 passés and 2 TDs to Vernon(plus a really long one), an occasional pass to frank, kyle(3), and Vance caught one(maybe got 2-3 chances). That leaves Patton with no tosses, and maybe moore got thrown to once. I fully understand when you have the cream of the crop looking for your head, it gets a bit exciting back there at qB. But, Kap HAS to use at least 5 receivers and if he could throw to 8 or 9 guys each and every game, so much the better. Roman and Coach are responsible for this, and it has greater implications than just getting everyone into the game....thus confusing the D. It also is good football, in that if one guy gets hurt, we don't even miss a step, because we got 6 or 7 others who have been targets all season. When Kap gets to that point, he , and we, will become certifiably lethal.
NC, what is the triangle set left, called. I loved that.
[ Edited by pasodoc9er on Sep 13, 2013 at 12:46 PM ]