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Analysis from the Tampa Bay coaches film

I hope I have made members here realize that Roman does use passing concepts and route combinations in his passing game, which is my mission when I post my breakdowns. I realize I don't go into the level of detail jonnydel does, especially when it comes to front7/Oline play, but I hope the WZ community is more aware that the 49er passing attack is very legit when it comes to the concepts they use and the purpose with which the routes are designed. Threads like this are a must every week now that common fans can access the All22. I know there are others with NFL Rewind and am hoping you guys chime in with your takes and breakdowns of plays.
Good work in here guys. Looks like the Fire Roman bandwagon has emptied.
Originally posted by jonnydel:
I almost forgot to break down the Boldin run!



Here we start out with an empty backfield with James lined up out right. We motion Boldin into the backfield, making it look like we're isolating Crabtree 1-1 on the outside.



As you see, this sets up a big inside run advantage as there's only one LB in the middle of the field. We motion James fast giving the appearance of a sweep(highly likely since we brought one defender out of the outside area)



All of the James run action brings a lot of attention from the D. You see 4 players bite on the play. This sets up a numbers advantage for us on the backside.



From the endzone I've highlighted the blocking scheme. This is a DE trap play. They combo down on the DT while the pulling Guard is responsible to kick out the DE with Davis leading up the hole onto the LB.



You see how the James run action holds the LB from being aggressive and stepping up into the hole. Snyder has a good angle on the DE, he doesn't even need to blow the guy up, he just needs to wall off the defender from the play.



Instead, Snyder totally whiffs on his block.....



You see how Snyder has whiffed and how good of blocking angles both VD and AD have on the LB's



I've highlighted the goal line with the purple line at the bottom of the screen. If Snyder makes that block, Boldin walks in for a TD as the safety on that side would've had to be a superhero to make a tackle on Boldin from his angle.

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Originally posted by spraked:
jonnydel: Have you looked at a comparison to last years playoff games?

It would seem to me that with crabs back we would now be seeing a lot more of what they did in the playoffs last year. I would think it would be a better comparison on what to expect than looking at earlier this year.

Also, I know everyone is saying it however, thanks again for what has to be the best reading on the zone in a long time. I was just about to give up on the zone as endless complaining of people that did not know what they were even talking about.

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I really wanted to ask you to show photos of the 49ers Superbowl drive where they were 5 yards from winning it all! But I'm not sure it would be a good idea and may bring back a lot of bad feelings for us Niner fans. I live here in Maryland and have to face Ravens fans all the time.
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Originally posted by thl408:
I hated this play call when I watched it live, but after watching this Snyder killed it. Good call by Roman
Originally posted by thl408:
I hope I have made members here realize that Roman does use passing concepts and route combinations in his passing game, which is my mission when I post my breakdowns. I realize I don't go into the level of detail jonnydel does, especially when it comes to front7/Oline play, but I hope the WZ community is more aware that the 49er passing attack is very legit when it comes to the concepts they use and the purpose with which the routes are designed. Threads like this are a must every week now that common fans can access the All22. I know there are others with NFL Rewind and am hoping you guys chime in with your takes and breakdowns of plays.

I, personally, really enjoy your breakdowns. You point out some things I don't and help me to be able to look at our defense more, I've really appreciated your input. I'm hoping to get a tablet PC soon which, with the tablet app, I'll be able to telestrate better.
U guys are awesome!!
This is BY FAR the best analysis on the zone. We all have our theories and some may be more knowledgable than others, but to have evidence to backup statements is great. Jonny, you definitely know what you're talking about and this has been a GREAT addition to Niner talk.

So, now we know that Kap isn't given only one read every play. Its a mixture and he actually has progressions on most of his pass plays. That is good news. This ain't college.
I swear Kaep is too into the game sometimes... he needs to sell that type of play fake and stare/run toward the defenders (sure the play might've still worked..but there is nothing wrong with still selling it)

he's looking back like he wants to see what happens..lol.

or maybe there was a bobble with the exchange and he just wanted to make sure the ball didn't hit the ground...but I'm going with the first impression.
[ Edited by Afrikan on Dec 19, 2013 at 3:39 PM ]
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Originally posted by thl408:
I hope I have made members here realize that Roman does use passing concepts and route combinations in his passing game, which is my mission when I post my breakdowns. I realize I don't go into the level of detail jonnydel does, especially when it comes to front7/Oline play, but I hope the WZ community is more aware that the 49er passing attack is very legit when it comes to the concepts they use and the purpose with which the routes are designed. Threads like this are a must every week now that common fans can access the All22. I know there are others with NFL Rewind and am hoping you guys chime in with your takes and breakdowns of plays.

Appreciate your breakdown of film as well as jonnydel and others who help educate us.
Originally posted by verb1der:
NT Poster of The Year : jonnydel

you win bro!

This. Keep it coming.
GREAT! NOW I HATE SNYDER AND KAP!
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Jonnydel, will you be doing analysis on the Falcons, like what you did on Tampa last week?
I can't wait to read your comments on ATL's strengths/weaknesses/tendencies, etc.

And many thanks to you, thl408, and some others for making this the most informative and enjoyable thread in the Zone.
Originally posted by verb1der:
Good work in here guys. Looks like the Fire Roman bandwagon has emptied.

Obviously he's great at play design but I still question the play calling in certain situations like the SB last year, Colts and Panthers games.
Originally posted by GORO:
Appreciate your breakdown of film as well as jonnydel and others who help educate us.

Thanks GORO, and everyone. It's not so much about educate, it's about taking what we see on Sundays and putting it in super slow-mo so we can all view it objectively. Like NC mentioned, watch it with our brain in this thread after we finish watching it with our heart on Sunday. I post the breakdowns to invite everyone with their input. I hope that the only 'arguments' we have here are "that was cover 2", "no it wasn't, that was cover 4".

Jonnydel called it (SEA film thread) when scouting TB mentioning they will be throwing to Wright, and that the TB safties love to move around to confuse QBs, and that McCoy lines up everywhere. Looking forward to ATL's scouting report when it comes. But REALLY looking forward to the wild card round and that scouting report.
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