Originally posted by GNielsen:
Originally posted by TDNiners:
Before I write something, I just want to make sure about something.
We don't blame the QB anymore, right? So when the the receivers are s**tty, the line is s**tty and play calling is s**tty we actually blame the Receivers, The line and The Coaching staff.... and not the QB.
Takes like this were so predictable. Kaepernick wasn't very good today. But, who got open? And at least a few times when he threaded one in there, they didn't catch it. The offensive play calling just doesn't seem that sharp. The defense is just not that good these days. The secondary, with the exception of Eric Reid, doesn't look good. Even the pass rush isn't nearly as effective as I expected. And really, how many times should one expect to see the kickoff return team give the ball to the team inside the 15? Never? The Webzone for me is almost totally intolerable when the team isn't doing well. Even when the team is doing well, you get a bunch of dramatic nonsense. When the offense, defense and special teams are not performing, I almost can't bear to read some of the nonsense I see here. I think it's time to take a break.
GN... I'm just merely commenting on the fact that we used to place all the blame on the QB.
Even though our s**tty receivers can't get open --- "Throw him open"
Line couldn't protect - "You have to read and throw it faster"
Momentum killing play calling - "what the hell is he doing?, he should have changed the play"
I believe now we can discuss the game in a more rational sense and not place it on the QB anymore.