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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS NEW ORLEANS SAINTS GAMEDAY THREAD (WEEK 11)

Originally posted by Harbaalke:
Expect the 49ers to get back to what they are good at Running the football against the 24th rank rush defense

24th? I feel much better about this game now.
Originally posted by NeonNiner:
Originally posted by dj43:
Sean Payton is one of the top three coaches in the league. He will have an offensive game plan ready that will challenge the 49er D. Rob Ryan is not far behind on the defensive side. Dallas, with Tony Romo throwing to Dez Bryant and Jason Witten is a much better passing team than the 49ers and the Saints had little difficulty shutting them down.

This is a statement game FOR THE 49ERS, not the Saints. The Saints are the hot team. The 49ers can put themselves back into serious playoff talk if they win in NOLA. OTOH, if the 49ers have any hope for a home field wild card game, they have to win this game. Lose and they go to Carolina in the WC game as it stands now.

Every game now becomes a MUST WIN game. They cannot afford to lose again if they want to continue to think about the Super Bowl.


At least CAR plays NE on Monday Night.
Originally posted by 951NINER:
Originally posted by NeonNiner:
Originally posted by dj43:
Sean Payton is one of the top three coaches in the league. He will have an offensive game plan ready that will challenge the 49er D. Rob Ryan is not far behind on the defensive side. Dallas, with Tony Romo throwing to Dez Bryant and Jason Witten is a much better passing team than the 49ers and the Saints had little difficulty shutting them down.

This is a statement game FOR THE 49ERS, not the Saints. The Saints are the hot team. The 49ers can put themselves back into serious playoff talk if they win in NOLA. OTOH, if the 49ers have any hope for a home field wild card game, they have to win this game. Lose and they go to Carolina in the WC game as it stands now.

Every game now becomes a MUST WIN game. They cannot afford to lose again if they want to continue to think about the Super Bowl.


At least CAR plays NE on Monday Night.

Go Pats!!!
Originally posted by dj43:
Sean Payton is one of the top three coaches in the league. He will have an offensive game plan ready that will challenge the 49er D. Rob Ryan is not far behind on the defensive side. Dallas, with Tony Romo throwing to Dez Bryant and Jason Witten is a much better passing team than the 49ers and the Saints had little difficulty shutting them down.

This is a statement game FOR THE 49ERS, not the Saints. The Saints are the hot team. The 49ers can put themselves back into serious playoff talk if they win in NOLA. OTOH, if the 49ers have any hope for a home field wild card game, they have to win this game. Lose and they go to Carolina in the WC game as it stands now.

Every game now becomes a MUST WIN game. They cannot afford to lose again if they want to continue to think about the Super Bowl.

Nola's D was tough because Rob Ryan took the game personal, and had the players take it personal for 'him' (since those Saints defensive guys love doing things for their coordinator like hurting people for money).

The last game Peyton coached before going into league suspension was possibly the 'last great' moment of Candlestick history, so this guy had a 'lot' to think about in-between then and now... so count on him to try and destroy us the best he can. -The blitzing will be merciless.
Originally posted by dj43:
Sean Payton is one of the top three coaches in the league. He will have an offensive game plan ready that will challenge the 49er D. Rob Ryan is not far behind on the defensive side. Dallas, with Tony Romo throwing to Dez Bryant and Jason Witten is a much better passing team than the 49ers and the Saints had little difficulty shutting them down.

This is a statement game FOR THE 49ERS, not the Saints. The Saints are the hot team. The 49ers can put themselves back into serious playoff talk if they win in NOLA. OTOH, if the 49ers have any hope for a home field wild card game, they have to win this game. Lose and they go to Carolina in the WC game as it stands now.

Every game now becomes a MUST WIN game. They cannot afford to lose again if they want to continue to think about the Super Bowl.

Good post.

I can't wait to see how the team responds, I expect the Saints to be heavily favored, so it'll be them vs the world!!
[ Edited by verb1der on Nov 11, 2013 at 3:36 PM ]
Originally posted by Imfasterthanur:
Yes, let's root for the Warriors, a true franchise full of championship tradition

No thanks, I trust this staff to right their wrongs, no matter how bad their current patterns look.

You don't get it, you pointed out that the 49ers have a pattern of doing poorly after bye weeks. So if that's the case, they will never win a Super Bowl because the Super Bowl is always played following a bye week.
NOs front 7 is not as good as Carolina's but they are very aggressive and blitz happy. Time to counter it with quick slants, hot routes and screens. But of course our coaching staff doesn't believe in hot routes and especially screen passes. Who am I to give such a baloney request.
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
NOs front 7 is not as good as Carolina's but they are very aggressive and blitz happy. Time to counter it with quick slants, hot routes and screens. But of course our coaching staff doesn't believe in hot routes and especially screen passes. Who am I to give such a baloney request.

This. More quick slants and screens please. The only game where I noticed we used hot routes was against the blitz happy Cards. Hopefully we do the same against NO.
You guys should be fine in this game, they haven't played a defense like you guys all season. Just look at what the Jets did to them, and that's exactly what you need to do as well. Stick to the run and keep Brees off the field. We always seem to give the Saints a hard time following this same pattern. Hell, just a few plays going your way and you would have won yesterday.
Originally posted by Pantherfan:
You guys should be fine in this game, they haven't played a defense like you guys all season. Just look at what the Jets did to them, and that's exactly what you need to do as well. Stick to the run and keep Brees off the field. We always seem to give the Saints a hard time following this same pattern. Hell, just a few plays going your way and you would have won yesterday.

Thanks for the encouragement. Our offense is in shambles right now with all the injuries and Kap experiencing a bit of a slump. What gives me hope against NO is that we can probably have success running at them, chewing up clock, and our defense can hopefully come up with enough stops to limit Brees.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Thanks for the encouragement. Our offense is in shambles right now with all the injuries and Kap experiencing a bit of a slump. What gives me hope against NO is that we can probably have success running at them, chewing up clock, and our defense can hopefully come up with enough stops to limit Brees.

Exactly! Stick to the run, unlike yesterday. You guys were gashing us, and abandoned it.
Saints are the type of teams we beat. I'm confident about this game
Originally posted by Pantherfan:
You guys should be fine in this game, they haven't played a defense like you guys all season. Just look at what the Jets did to them, and that's exactly what you need to do as well. Stick to the run and keep Brees off the field. We always seem to give the Saints a hard time following this same pattern. Hell, just a few plays going your way and you would have won yesterday.

Good win yesterday! You guys front 7 is the real deal! We didn't deserve to win yesterday after having two weeks to prepared for you guys and we came out flat, especially on offense. Good luck on the rest of the season.
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
Good win yesterday! You guys front 7 is the real deal! We didn't deserve to win yesterday after having two weeks to prepared for you guys and we came out flat, especially on offense. Good luck on the rest of the season.

Thanks, and your D is every bit as advertised and so is your run game. But just like Cam, they can't put it all on Kaep. Run and stop the run, that's how both our teams win games.
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Originally posted by dj43:
Sean Payton is one of the top three coaches in the league. He will have an offensive game plan ready that will challenge the 49er D. Rob Ryan is not far behind on the defensive side. Dallas, with Tony Romo throwing to Dez Bryant and Jason Witten is a much better passing team than the 49ers and the Saints had little difficulty shutting them down.

This is a statement game FOR THE 49ERS, not the Saints. The Saints are the hot team. The 49ers can put themselves back into serious playoff talk if they win in NOLA. OTOH, if the 49ers have any hope for a home field wild card game, they have to win this game. Lose and they go to Carolina in the WC game as it stands now.

Every game now becomes a MUST WIN game. They cannot afford to lose again if they want to continue to think about the Super Bowl.

Nola's D was tough because Rob Ryan took the game personal, and had the players take it personal for 'him' (since those Saints defensive guys love doing things for their coordinator like hurting people for money).

The last game Peyton coached before going into league suspension was possibly the 'last great' moment of Candlestick history, so this guy had a 'lot' to think about in-between then and now... so count on him to try and destroy us the best he can. -The blitzing will be merciless.

Payton is just a genius with his screen game. I have never seen a coach put together such an extensive repertoire of screen and swing plays as Payton runs.
Every game you think opponents would figure him out and shut it down but then he brings a twist that kills people. He just wears out LBs with their constantly having to chase Darren Sproles and others around the field. I am jealous of his offense. He just gets everyone involved, and of course he and Brees are on the same page 98% of the time.

Funny thing about Ryan's offense; he doesn't blitz as much as most people expect. He is just very good at disguising coverages and fooling people into outsmarting themselves. When he does blitz, it then catches teams by surprise.

Gonna be a struggle. No doubt about it. Not at all like Carolina. This will be a game of scheming and strategies, not a slugfest. If HaRo want to show themselves to be good coaches, here is their chance. Play chess with Sean Payton and win and move up a notch on the ladder. Let's see what they are made of.