Originally posted by jonnydel:
Originally posted by jonesadrian:
I showed the first 3rd and short that got stuffed, I'll show the other two and how the 9ers adjusted to Seattle on those downs to do what looks like the same play, but resulted in 1st downs.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
It's frustrating because if you look through that game, there were some pretty good calls and there were some questionable ones, it comes down to consistency and being able to utilize all the weapons that are available.
Crabtree, Boldin and VD, there is no defense in the NFL that can shut down all of 3 of those guys. You can shutdown one, you can shutdown two maybe, but not all 3. Seattle is supposedly the best defense in the NFL, the best secondary with the bonus ability of being allowed to hold illegally without consequence and Boldin still had a very good game against them. I think with Miller coming out of the backfield, what they truly need is one more guy to step up as a dependable receiving threat, whether that be Manningham, McDonald or Patton, they need one guy who can make some big receptions and further stretch defense's out. If they can do that, have more consistently in the playcalling, attack a defense's weaknesses, they'll be looking very good heading into the playoffs.
for whatever reason roman doesn't like to spread the wealth. its reflective in the snaps that the guys get
if you're only getting 10% of the snaps and 5% of those snaps are run plays?
if you're a hunter and you only get 10 snaps and virtually none of them call for you to leak out and make a play? its difficult.
some of the calls kill momentum. 3rd and 2, read option plays for 6 yard losses.. that's a predictable formation/down/call and the result showed it.
quick snapping on 3rd and 1 near the goal line...resulting in the o line totally whiffing on blocks and resulting in a loss and a field goal when you run the same play 2 times later...with the line set and it works easily both times.. makes me scratch my head
Here's how on the next 3rd and short they got it
Kaep sees the big hole off right guard in the "0" gap. He motions McDonald across the formation which pulls both linbackers to the left side. Now, instead of 2 players in position to stop Miller, there's only 1. In the previous formation they showed an offset formation with the TE out to the right side. This drew a weakside slant from Seattle. By motioning McDonald across they balance the strength and Seattle can't slant a certain side.
You can see how the Backers have shifted, they will shift more as McDonald gets to his spot
they get combo blocks on both DT's and because they ran the FB dive and not a RB dive Chancellor stays outside the tackle for contain on Gore