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What is the real problem with this offensive offense?

What is the real problem with this offensive offense?

Is it me or is the niner game plan to run up the middle, throw deep and sprinkle read option when defenses expect it..!?
How about some good ole west coast timing routes, run on passing formations, and play action on read option formations...thank goodness we're not coaching...ughh
Originally posted by vermonator:
It's not just the play calls, it's the whole damn game plan. Time and time again the offensive coaches fail to adjust. Keep in mind that they had the entire bi-week to prepare and all they could muster is 9 points, this after the defense gives them three turnovers and 4 sacks. If you can't win when your defense holds a team to 10 points, you've got major issues and won't go very far in the play-offs if you even make them at all.

2 weeks to prepare for this game and that is what they came up with? Its just unbelievable.
the offense doesn't scare anyone as far as passing goes, this offense is so predictable aint even funny. All defenses have to do is defend the seam TE pass, stay home on the read option and Bull rush Kaepernick on 3rd downs.
  • dj43
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Originally posted by MrCrab49ers:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by MrCrab49ers:
49ers just took the Panthers defense for granted. Then coming off a bye, just too relax. Then lack fo recievers, bland play calling and little adjustment during halftime.
But, 49ers will be fine. It's a good wake-up call lost.

Eh...Seattle was supposed to be a wake up call. Indy was supposed to be a wake up call. How many wake up calls do we need? We in a coma or something?

49ers just won 5 in row before this lost. Geez, and Panthers barely won. Colts lost to pathetic lambs. Explain that.

49ers were fortunate the score was not more one-sided.

They fattened up on weak teams, now they play a playoff quality team and the offense is exposed for what it is - an overly simplistic college offense that has no idea how to be an NFL passing offense. Even against those weak teams the passing game was just as pathetic.

If the QB has an ability at all, the coaching staff should be able to put more receivers in position to catch the ball. Baldwin caught 41 passes in two years in KC with some of the worst QB play in recent history but he doesn't even see the field here. THAT is just pathetic coaching. That is just about HaRo either being stubborn or not knowing what to do. It isn't about the players.
  • cciowa
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jesus,, roman is the answer to this and i am not sure why it is so hard to see. against bad teams he calls a game plan that gives us a win and everyone anoints him. what does he do vs good teams?? we have seen what he does and sure there are some other factors, drops, bad pass protection, mistakes , penalties,, but come on man...... all roads lead directly to roman. if you did not see that in second and goal from the 5 last year in the super bowl, you gotta see it in the games we have lost this year
Originally posted by Ness7891:

Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by vermonator:
It's not just the play calls, it's the whole damn game plan. Time and time again the offensive coaches fail to adjust. Keep in mind that they had the entire bi-week to prepare and all they could muster is 9 points, this after the defense gives them three turnovers and 4 sacks. If you can't win when your defense holds a team to 10 points, you've got major issues and won't go very far in the play-offs if you even make them at all.

2 weeks to prepare for this game and that is what they came up with? Its just unbelievable.

I agree.
Originally posted by 49Fever:
Originally posted by Ness7891:


I has a sad again lol
Originally posted by Ness7891:



  • sfout
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Originally posted by Jakemall:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by vermonator:
It's not just the play calls, it's the whole damn game plan. Time and time again the offensive coaches fail to adjust. Keep in mind that they had the entire bi-week to prepare and all they could muster is 9 points, this after the defense gives them three turnovers and 4 sacks. If you can't win when your defense holds a team to 10 points, you've got major issues and won't go very far in the play-offs if you even make them at all.

2 weeks to prepare for this game and that is what they came up with? Its just unbelievable.

I agree.

We beat the 2011 Browns 20-10 thanks to our D forcing 5 fumbles, recovering 1 of them, sacking McCoy 4 times and an OL that paved the way for 170+ yard day on the ground and only gave up 1 sack

tied the 2012 rams but we were on our way to loss until Alex got injured and the spark/mystique of Kaepernick playing every down gave us 2 TDs and a stout ground game gave us 180 yards. We gave up 5 sacks 2 with Alex, 3 with Kaepernick. D only got to Bradford for 2 sacks.

Then there was yesterday's abomination.

Bye-weeks hurt our team. Even periods of rest from Thursday night games to the next game lead to slow starts, bad ST play, etc.

Don't know if it is even fixable but we are a bad team when given extra time to prepare.
[ Edited by sfout on Nov 11, 2013 at 9:48 AM ]


Have to post this up after watching yesterday lackluster passing performance against Carolina. #WakeUpCall
Last semblance of the WCO goes to Reid in KC
Originally posted by cris_sonic:


Have to post this up after watching yesterday lackluster passing performance against Carolina. #WakeUpCall

yes because Alex would've lit up the Panthers...like he has been lighting teams up lately with his "passing performances".

its easy to point to KC's undefeated record, which has alot to do with their defense and special teams....but if think current Alex or past Alex + Roman's play calling would've generated a non lackluster passing performance against one of the defense that gives up the fewest points in the league. Then sorry to tell you..yeaaaah about that.
Kap. all signs point to his inability to be more than a one read QB.