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Analysis from the Tampa Bay coaches film

Originally posted by xela510:
Can you do an analysis on this play?
http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap2000000298154/Anquan-Boldin-one-handed-grab

That was an excellent grab by Boldin, but, I'll show, Crabs was WIDE open. You even see Crabtree flail his arms in frustration cause he was so wide open(probably led to his tantrum later)
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by xela510:
Can you do an analysis on this play?
http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap2000000298154/Anquan-Boldin-one-handed-grab

Analysis: BEAST!

pretty sure he's referring to the fact that CK didn't see a wide open Crabtree, but yet forced a throw to Boldin who had to come back to a ball low and away
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Originally posted by MannySoopa49ersnMD:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by xela510:
Can you do an analysis on this play?
http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap2000000298154/Anquan-Boldin-one-handed-grab

Analysis: BEAST!

pretty sure he's referring to the fact that CK didn't see a wide open Crabtree, but yet forced a throw to Boldin who had to come back to a ball low and away

ya, i'd like to know why he didn't go there either. Crabs was waiving his hands in the air for the ball. I already know the answer as to why he didn't go there though. Boldin was his first read.
To start: some Run D stuff. I agree that Bowman is a beast, no denying that. But, his tackles numbers are so high, partially because of the great play of Willis next to him, as well as Dorsey's improved play.



Here Tampa is trying to run one of its staple plays. The lead zone off Guard. They think they have a favorable matchup with the FB leading on the LB. The only problem is, that LB is PWillis



Willis plays textbook LB, he meets the FB in the hole with his inside shoulder, Dorsey does a good job of keeping contain on his side by driving the C into the play.
Bow sidesteps the attempted block on him as well.


Dorsey does a good job of making a pile in the hole, Willis still holds the point while McDonald also crashes down. They stuff the run.
Originally posted by jonnydel:
Snyder ruined the handoff to Boldin, I'll show you, if Snyder makes a simple block, boldin walks in, also, the TD to Vernon was made because he pulled Crabs off the field. I will show it all through the film in a little bit, I'm first comparing our Run D to Tampa's

This!! I saw that when it was live. It was a great play and a great time to call it. Had it been executed right it would have been an easy TD. I hate that bashing Roman in Niner talk has become the trendy topic. Just like how Whitner sucked last season and Dashon did nothing but hit hard and get penalties. Some spoiled ass low information arm chair wannabe gm's in here. I'm sorry but I'm sick of reading the same regurgitated garbage about how bad Roman is. I really hate reading from people who have no idea what they're even looking at on gameday.
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Jonnydel has helped me to understand that despite the 49ers not looking like the Saints Passing game they really do a good job overall finding mismatches and exploiting them. I still get mad when they take Boldin out or Crabtree but Harbaugh is fine with this ball control type offense and he has brought glory and winning back the our beloved 49ers.
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Here's a great example of how good Aldon played in the game. This one is against the run.



Here Tampa is trying to run a slam play, the RB takes a sidestep over to help with the timing so his line can crash down the right side with the FB leading, Aldon is the farthest player from the intended run lane.



Penn(one of the best tackles in the league) sets to wall off Aldon from the play.

Aldon instantly recognizes the passive step on the run play and knows the run is going away from him and uses his powerful arms to knock Penn's arms away and to the outside while making a move inside towards the play



You can see how violently Smith defeats Penn, Penn is completely thrown to the ground while Aldon is moving into the backfield before the RB even gets the ball.



You can see the lane the RB had to the right, but, the moment he gets the ball Smith is right there.



The RB tries to shake Smith to the outside now that Smith has taken an inside move, but, Aldon did a fabulous job of squaring up once he got in the backfield and tackles the RB for a 2 yard loss.

This is really exciting play from a guy who's supposed to be a pass rush specialist. Only when it's slowed down can you truly appreciate the speed and ferocity that Smith uses in this play. The RB literally took three steps from the start of the play and Smith had diagnosed the play, beat a great LT, and was in position to make a tackle. Awesome, awesome play!
Jonnydel you win the Internet!
Here's an example of why I prefer our power run scheme to the heavy zone run scheme of the Buc's and Seachickens.



Here Tampa uses only an 7 man front but, the safety is on the weakside as we had ran a lot at the 3 technique in the previous game. Here we go strong side off T. We get a great combo block on the 1 technique with A. Davis taking the DE 1-1. Both Davis' do a great job of engaging their man and turning their hips to wall off the defender from the hole.



Davis collapses his man right into the middle with Miller(that sucks that he's out) taking on the LB. You see V. Davis has gotten his hips turned around to block off the defender.



The line has completely collapsed the D with Miller getting a great block on the LB. Frank has a huge running lane for a 14 yard gain.
The power run scheme relies more on the offense executing their plan than the zone scheme which looks for the defense to not execute their side.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by MannySoopa49ersnMD:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by xela510:
Can you do an analysis on this play?
http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap2000000298154/Anquan-Boldin-one-handed-grab

Analysis: BEAST!

pretty sure he's referring to the fact that CK didn't see a wide open Crabtree, but yet forced a throw to Boldin who had to come back to a ball low and away

ya, i'd like to know why he didn't go there either. Crabs was waiving his hands in the air for the ball. I already know the answer as to why he didn't go there though. Boldin was his first read.

No question...Boldin is the AR1 all the way.
Breakdown Guru!! Ohh yeah, looking forward to your threads every week now.
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
"Roman called an excellent game. He did a great job of setting up mismatches in the run game, taking advantage of what Tampa was trying to do against our run O and setting up plays in the passing game."




The Niners won despite Roman's best efforts once again. Playcalling in the redzone was a joke. Example the handoff to Boldin was embarrassing. Seriously that's the best play you can come up with off a timeout? Also by constantly pulling both Boldin and Crabtree off the field at the 30 yard line accomplishes what exactly? A 2 yard dive? Roman is a joke and hopefully Dawson stays healthy since we're going to ride him as far as he'll take us

LMAO! We'll try not to bash but yes, big picture is CK and the ad lib game saved our asses this game...big time ad lib plays by Miller, Crabtree X2, Boldin's great catches, etc. At the end of the day our leading receiver had 5 catches and Miller had 4 (and we lost him). I liked a lot of the run game, some good play designs but we can't mask the amazing individual efforts these guys made with their legs/routes. We can do this now with so much talent on the field at once. These guys are 1on1 often (and winning). 3 of our last 4 TD's have come on ad lib plays and that's encouraging b/c THAT was a major weakness until Crabtree came back. TB did have CK running for his life backwards a lot (they were all over the roll-right calls).
[ Edited by NCommand on Dec 17, 2013 at 2:19 PM ]
this is great. finally some real weekly analysis.