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Game 2 Assessment:

Originally posted by DaBossMan:
Oh and in case none of you have noticed, the Seahawks don't throw against the Niners. They've run the ball at you the last 5 times we played you. And why wouldn't we? We put up 172 rushing yards on Sunday. You haven't proven you can stop our run game at all. Marshawn Lynch has put up 4 straight 100+ yard games on the Niners. Why would we throw the ball?

Pete Carroll talked about it earlier this week on Seattle radio. Said they'll keep running it at you, because it works. And it keeps Kaepernick off the field. And it reduces turnovers. So it's not like you stopped what Seattle was trying to do. In fact, they were able to do exactly what they wanted, and San Fran was entirely unable to stop them.

Watch the game instead of the box scores. Our turnovers led to the demise, not SEA's running game.
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
I give us a pass this past week.


IT WAS the mother of all storms, so much that the game was DELAYED. Before that, Seattle was winning 5-0.

IT WAS slippery and hard to run on. Bowman was slipping and sliding. Boldin, VD, Gore, and most importantly KAEP could not run as fast as they usually do.

IT WAS the loudest crowd in the history of mankind.
These niccas needed a record broken in order to beat us.


The week before this game, Seattle payed the lowly Panthers and did not score one TD THE WHOLE GAME.

Why do you keep saying the Hawks didn't score a TD in the Carolina game when they did?

Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl/174824-seahawks-on-the-road/#MzVXlUUsgWSruQSU.99



Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by DaBossMan:
Oh and in case none of you have noticed, the Seahawks don't throw against the Niners. They've run the ball at you the last 5 times we played you. And why wouldn't we? We put up 172 rushing yards on Sunday. You haven't proven you can stop our run game at all. Marshawn Lynch has put up 4 straight 100+ yard games on the Niners. Why would we throw the ball?

Pete Carroll talked about it earlier this week on Seattle radio. Said they'll keep running it at you, because it works. And it keeps Kaepernick off the field. And it reduces turnovers. So it's not like you stopped what Seattle was trying to do. In fact, they were able to do exactly what they wanted, and San Fran was entirely unable to stop them.

Watch the game instead of the box scores. Our turnovers led to the demise, not SEA's running game.

There were a lot of factors that went into the loss, including terrible offense, noise, SEA DBs allowed to maul receivers, penalties...but the truth is the Seahawks running game was very effective. For the most part, the Niner D shut down SEA passing game, so it was penalties and their running game that kept the chains moving for most of the game. I think one reason they did run the ball so well is the 49ers were often in nickel coverage, only 7 in the box with safeties well back, just inviting the Sehawks to run. When they tried to go wide, it almost never worked, which I think is due to the 49ers' great lateral speed. But between the tackles / up the middle? It was a problem.
[ Edited by DelCed2486 on Sep 19, 2013 at 5:43 PM ]
Originally posted by DaBossMan:
Oh and in case none of you have noticed, the Seahawks don't throw against the Niners. They've run the ball at you the last 5 times we played you. And why wouldn't we? We put up 172 rushing yards on Sunday. You haven't proven you can stop our run game at all. Marshawn Lynch has put up 4 straight 100+ yard games on the Niners. Why would we throw the ball?

Pete Carroll talked about it earlier this week on Seattle radio. Said they'll keep running it at you, because it works. And it keeps Kaepernick off the field. And it reduces turnovers. So it's not like you stopped what Seattle was trying to do. In fact, they were able to do exactly what they wanted, and San Fran was entirely unable to stop them.


... in the noise box.
Originally posted by DaBossMan:
Oh and in case none of you have noticed, the Seahawks don't throw against the Niners. They've run the ball at you the last 5 times we played you. And why wouldn't we? We put up 172 rushing yards on Sunday. You haven't proven you can stop our run game at all. Marshawn Lynch has put up 4 straight 100+ yard games on the Niners. Why would we throw the ball?

Pete Carroll talked about it earlier this week on Seattle radio. Said they'll keep running it at you, because it works. And it keeps Kaepernick off the field. And it reduces turnovers. So it's not like you stopped what Seattle was trying to do. In fact, they were able to do exactly what they wanted, and San Fran was entirely unable to stop them.

You're a douche.
Originally posted by DelCed2486:
There were a lot of factors that went into the loss, including terrible offense, noise, SEA DBs allowed to maul receivers, penalties...but the truth is the Seahawks running game was very effective. For the most part, the Niner D shut down SEA passing game, so it was penalties and their running game that kept the chains moving for most of the game. I think one reason they did run the ball so well is the 49ers were often in nickel coverage, only 7 in the box with safeties well back, just inviting the Seahawks to run. When they tried to go wide, it almost never worked, which I think is due to the 49ers' great lateral speed. But between the tackles / up the middle? It was a problem.

Agreed...we REALLY need that 2-gap NT IMHO. That 50 yard bomb to Baldwin on 3rd down was a result of excellent outside pass rush by the Smiths (who crashed into each other) and Wilson simply stepping up into a wide open pocket and launching it...it was so clean he could have run as well. Dorsey had a nice sack (people remember this) but there was ceratinly some serious a lack of gap discipline inside and off right and left guard. The entire OL was garbage that night.
Originally posted by NCommand:
Agreed...we REALLY need that 2-gap NT IMHO. That 50 yard bomb to Baldwin on 3rd down was a result of excellent outside pass rush by the Smiths (who crashed into each other) and Wilson simply stepping up into a wide open pocket and launching it...it was so clean he could have run as well. Dorsey had a nice sack (people remember this) but there was ceratinly some serious a lack of gap discipline inside and off right and left guard. The entire OL was garbage that night.

Dontari Poe as a 49er would be SICK! That dude can collapse the center and even has the foot speed to split through an A gap. Imagine him at NT and what that would do for RayMac and Justin.
One thing I noticed when we play Seattle. Our team gets really beat-up. We used to do that to other teams.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
One thing I noticed when we play Seattle. Our team gets really beat-up. We used to do that to other teams.


Yep, they are bigger and stronger than us, but most importantly they play far more physical than us, thus the injuries. They play with an edge, hostile almost to the point of hatred. If we don't at least match that kind of intensity, our injuries and serious injuries too will simply pile up everytime we play them.
Originally posted by DaBossMan:
Oh and in case none of you have noticed, the Seahawks don't throw against the Niners. They've run the ball at you the last 5 times we played you. And why wouldn't we? We put up 172 rushing yards on Sunday. You haven't proven you can stop our run game at all. Marshawn Lynch has put up 4 straight 100+ yard games on the Niners. Why would we throw the ball?

Pete Carroll talked about it earlier this week on Seattle radio. Said they'll keep running it at you, because it works. And it keeps Kaepernick off the field. And it reduces turnovers. So it's not like you stopped what Seattle was trying to do. In fact, they were able to do exactly what they wanted, and San Fran was entirely unable to stop them.

Lynch had 98 yds ... certainly close enough to round up. But you are technically incorrect.
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Dontari Poe as a 49er would be SICK! That dude can collapse the center and even has the foot speed to split through an A gap. Imagine him at NT and what that would do for RayMac and Justin.

You are making me so sad!
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Dontari Poe as a 49er would be SICK! That dude can collapse the center and even has the foot speed to split through an A gap. Imagine him at NT and what that would do for RayMac and Justin.

You are making me so sad!

Why do we need him when we have Tony Jerrod-Ellie backing up in order to bring in Owen? LOL
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Dontari Poe as a 49er would be SICK! That dude can collapse the center and even has the foot speed to split through an A gap. Imagine him at NT and what that would do for RayMac and Justin.

You are making me so sad!

Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Dontari Poe as a 49er would be SICK! That dude can collapse the center and even has the foot speed to split through an A gap. Imagine him at NT and what that would do for RayMac and Justin.

You are making me so sad!


Here's to the next draft!
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Here's to the next draft!

.. may our soon-to-be future starting NT be the love-child of Vince Wilfork and Ted Washington!