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offensive inconsistency

Sorry if this has been addressed but I couldn't find a thread on it. I can't be the only person concerned re our O's inconsistency. Unless I'm drawing a blank on it, I can't recall a single game this season (except maybe the opener against Green Bay) where we were able to put two good halves together. It's either a REALLY slow first and a better second, or vice verse. Too many field goals. This doesn't cut it if we want to go all the way. Can't keep on relying on the D. Don't know what the answer is, but i sure hope it gets rectified, and soon. Carolina presents a real challenge and that game would be a good one to get on track with the O. Just an observation.
Check the is Roman really good thread. This is pretty much being discussed at length in that thread
Time management and timeouts will be a concern as always
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This seems to repeat the theme again and open another discussion to talk again about ideas that are being covered in a previous thread that exists already before this one.
[ Edited by buck on Jan 9, 2014 at 8:51 AM ]
I think a lot of it throughout the regular season had to do with the revolving door at receiver. Kap looked a bit lost as receivers couldn't get open, or ran wrong routes, or wouldn't line up correctly. The Niners have also played some very good defenses throughout the regular season which slows down any offense. A fine example is Rogers' stat line last Sunday. Playing against a very good Niners defense he put up only 177 yards. It happens.

In the post season teams tend to bring their A-game and even a less than spectacular defense can play a solid game. I think the issue that bothers me more is the wasted time outs, which has been a problem since Harbaugh showed up. I don't think it will be rectified soon unfortunately. If the Niners just execute their game and Kap plays like he has been, I think the Niners will be able to put up points.
Originally posted by buck:
This seems to repeat the theme again and open another discussion to talk again about ideas that are being covered in a previous thread that exists already before this one.

Christopher Nolan made a movie about that once.
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by buck:
This seems to repeat the theme again and open another discussion to talk again about ideas that are being covered in a previous thread that exists already before this one.

Christopher Nolan made a movie about that once.

Boy, that's a reference for avid movie fans. lol. Buck, in all seriousness, that's why I apologized in advance. Unfortunately some threads are buried in discussions with different titles/topics, so they're not always obvious, and I have to admit I don't read all posts or even keep close track of some I have read.. I do think however, it's an important subject and when you're in the first round of the playoffs and keep committing the same mistakes (as in timeouts and clock management in general), it's a concern, that's all.
Originally posted by 4evrfan:
Boy, that's a reference for avid movie fans. lol. Buck, in all seriousness, that's why I apologized in advance. Unfortunately some threads are buried in discussions with different titles/topics, so they're not always obvious, and I have to admit I don't read all posts or even keep close track of some I have read.. I do think however, it's an important subject and when you're in the first round of the playoffs and keep committing the same mistakes (as in timeouts and clock management in general), it's a concern, that's all.

This and threads are locked so fast it makes your head spin. So go ahead and start new ones, oh and leave the lights on for the janitors.
its as simple as not going into autopilot in the 2nd and 3rd quarter.

if we string together drives there then that's all she wrote.

teams come back when we go through the 4 straight 3 and out thing and develop a rhythm.