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Gameplan Verse Seattle in the Playoffs

Member Milestone: This is post number 600 for outside4949.
looks like they stopped juicing. they must have got popped to much. im sure they will start back up for the playoffs. they are probably poking each other in the ass right now.
Originally posted by ltrain:
crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women

Now that is the way to win championships and also score with disappointed women. Oh, and surround Wilson. He has a hard time when giant guys are all around him and there is no escape (even so, sometimes he does. He is very good for sure). And the receivers must flop enough to sell the fouls that Seattle normally gets away with in their stadium by front-running officials.
Stop Lynch and keep Wilson in the pocket. Simple blueprint, just executing it is the hard part. Side note: Carson Palmer threw 4 Int's and still ended up only .8 points behind Wilson in QB Rating and .3 points behind him in QBR
Originally posted by Sims84:
Stop Lynch and keep Wilson in the pocket. Simple blueprint, just executing it is the hard part. Side note: Carson Palmer threw 4 Int's and still ended up only .8 points behind Wilson in QB Rating and .3 points behind him in QBR

But Wilson is a MVP candidate!
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Sims84:
Stop Lynch and keep Wilson in the pocket. Simple blueprint, just executing it is the hard part. Side note: Carson Palmer threw 4 Int's and still ended up only .8 points behind Wilson in QB Rating and .3 points behind him in QBR

But Wilson is a MVP candidate!

He's the QB on the "best team" That's why he's an mvp candidate.
It's official. The Seahawks don't want Monday Night to be the last game at candlestick.
Get them to lose the last game and we win out so we can get the #2 seed and a bye and win the division....
Big loss for em today. AA loss next week would be devastating for their playoff run.
I just briefly skimmed through most of RW's dropbacks from yesterday's ARI game, and there is a very obvious effort from ARI's pass rush to prevent RW from rolling out to his right. SF did the same thing and really limited RW's ability to throw the ball while scrambling, something we know he is good at doing. If RW wants to roll right, he will have to run backwards a bit and not just lateral (parallel) to the line of scrimmage. A QB can't put enough zip on his throw when scrambling semi-backwards, nor will he have zip on the throw while running left (right handed QB).

The book is out on how to defend SEA's passing attack. Taking it back to the 49ers, Brooks played a huge role in carrying out this tactic in week 14. The trade off of doing this is less pressure applied from that side of the formation (right tackle), but the benefit is severely hampering RW's ability to throw effectively when scrambling.
Originally posted by Sims84:
Stop Lynch and keep Wilson in the pocket. Simple blueprint, just executing it is the hard part. Side note: Carson Palmer threw 4 Int's and still ended up only .8 points behind Wilson in QB Rating and .3 points behind him in QBR

11/27, 108 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT. MVP!
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For all the s**t they talk and the tough guy act, when they actually get punched in the mouth you can visibly see them shrink away. Gotta hit them hard, repeatedly, they'll back down.
I think the Niners should worry about getting in the playoffs first, then worry about their wildcard game.
Originally posted by Hoovtrain:
I think the Niners should worry about getting in the playoffs first, then worry about their wildcard game.

I agree, but one of the joys of being a fan is talking about whatever we want and not having to 'take it one game at a time'.
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Win out take the 5th seed, beat eagles, Dallas, bears, or packers. Hope the 6th seed advances to divisional round and beats the Seahawks. Beat the 2 seed and host the 6th seed in NFC championship.
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