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Hey Greg Roman, this is how we beat the Seahawks

Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
After last game, Coach said Crabs was the best pass catcher he had ever seen. You knew Panthers heard and read that, and of course, doubled Crabs...making Vernon and Anquan the guys to be open. I did see crabs grab a 90 mph fastball about 4 feet over his head and 3 feet behind him...wow was that an awkward but fantastic catch... but few if any others. Kap just rode Boldin to victory with what, 12 chances and 8 receptions for ~120-130 yds. And Vernon got that fantastic TD. Both guys were able to do that due to the Crabs statement the week before by JH.

Against SEA, you know #81 will be doubled, so Vernon and Crabs should get most of the chances.

In the last 4 games, Brady has thrown for less than 200 yds. Russ Wilson about the same, maybe only 125-150. Kap is right in there. All 3 teams have had near or over 200+ rushing yards...and all three are still in the SB contest. Yes, only Peyton is the outlier. Funny that when the SB gets closer and closer the best qBs aren't bothered by low passing yds in favor of big rushing yds...and three of the remaining teams are like that. SEA vs SF, we have 3 all pro receivers, and kap has been passing well. Both SEA and SF have great running games. Can we break the C-link jinx...not too very long after it was broken just a few 3-4 weeks ago?

Also, post game, Navarro and Patrick were interviewed and noted how hard Coaches all week had pounded into their heads no stupid unnecessary personal fouls. We got basically zip(Skuta foul was unintended) and Navarro jumping over the O lineman was it. The panthers, however, gave us 4 first downs on penalties, and multiple other penalties that were ridiculously stupid. Very wise of our coach...who got a legit 15 yrder of his own on Vernon's TD.


Yep pick ur poison.
it was brooks that jumped over the OL. Mistimed it just a bit. Here he is in college.

The x factor for us will be the general!!
Greg roman must be furiously taking notes.
Originally posted by iluvdemniners:
we do not need gimmicks to beat the weakhawks. run gore left, right and up the middle

/thread

When we pounded the rock yesterday, we owned the game. We committed to the run even though Gore was getting stuffed for one or two yard gains. Then eventually the one yard turned to four and the two yards to 5 yds or greater.
Need to take few deep shots with Vernon up the seam. Keep those Safeties back
Motioning our receivers will also give them a free release.
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Greg roman must be furiously taking notes.

Or interviewing for HC jobs.
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Greg roman must be furiously taking notes.

Or interviewing for HC jobs.
He will be bringing a printout of this thread to the Cleveland job interview. :D

Seriously to beat Cheattle, we need to get the ball first, run scripted, practiced plays with hand-signal options so the noise at the beginning of the game doesn't matter, then put points on the board first to shut up those neon-green blowhards in their acoustically deformed, sound-amplifyng Cheater's Dome.
We play stacked formations all the time, often motioning receivers into them. The first GB game this year was all stacked formations to release Boldin underneath and it worked like a charm.
More creativity wouldn't hurt, but if we can play well as we did that second half yesterday , we can play straight up and still win. You know execute, not make mistakes, make clutch plays, all that bs.


Solution: Stop #3 we win in Seattle!
You beat the Seachickens by keeping Wilson in the pocket and containing Marshawn Lynch. No explosive plays. They'll get 1st downs and drives here and there but you cannot let them get too far ahead. 49ers just need to do what they've been doing, run gore, playaction and no turnovers and Kap use his arm to Bolin VD and Crabs and take off with his legs when all else breaks down.
Originally posted by spizzy:
As much as I hate the Seahawks, I have to admit their secondary is bar none the best in the league. We cannot get off the line/create separation against them one on one, which helps them double Vernon. The ONLY way we can win this game is to consistently move the ball with our passing game, utilizing Crab and Boldin. We need to look at Chip Kelly and how he plays his receivers:



The concept is to stack the receivers to neutralize press coverage, which is Seattles biggest threat to us. If we can utilize this concept, we can hit the quick passing game and soften that pass rush.



Here you see the concept in action: The top receivers clear out the coverage while the bottom receivers run underneath.



There are a lot of different looks in this concept, sometimes using 3 receivers in a stack. Why not stick LaMike in one of these formations and hit him with a quick screen?

Another benefit, if we run a few of these looks we can potentially open up the middle of the field and have Vernon do what he does best. Just some thoughts, I hope Roman can learn from observing the Eagles. This is a copycat league after all

That is actually one of the smarter ideas anyone has thrown around. Gotta wonder how/if it messes with our timing. If we can get someone to release clean and make a safety move it may open things up in the middle for VD. I wouldnt be surprised to see this a few times just to see how the seahawks react to it
Originally posted by AZ9erfan520:
That is actually one of the smarter ideas anyone has thrown around. Gotta wonder how/if it messes with our timing. If we can get someone to release clean and make a safety move it may open things up in the middle for VD. I wouldnt be surprised to see this a few times just to see how the seahawks react to it

Maybe in the offseason, but there's no way we can practice this in less than a week. We're just going to do what got us this far.