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2013 - Divisional Round: Thoughts after rewatching the game...

Originally posted by 9ermex:
Cant wait for this game man, the one thing that worries me most is that, kap has had ints dropped in 3 or 4 consecutive games that coud have made a huge impact on those games, the droped pick six by the Panthers was a miracle for us, changes the game completely, how bout the near int vs the Packers? Gotta be careful with those.
I truly believe we have the better team, we have to take their best punches early and then start to grind. Plus, i have never hated a team like i do these f**kks, i find it unbearable to watch their coach, their midget QB? hate the b*****d, sherman? Who doesnt hate him round here? The one player i respect is Lynch and there in lies our biggest and most important challenge of the game, to stop him, if we dominate him, getting Seattle out of their confort zone is goint to be paramount, second: Take care fo the ball.

Go Niners!!

I know I'm going to be in the minority here because yes they are Seahawks, but I have mad respect for their big 3 (Wilson, Lynch and Sherman). Sherman actually doesn't bug me as much because I would love to have a big physical corner on this squad. As for my outlook for this weekend, I'm going to roll with the punches, not going to make a prediction but I am not worried about our defense against the Seattle O. I am much more worried about our Offense against their defense. Hopefully they go into the game with less shifting just like this past week in Carolina. Really helped Kap get into a tempo and rhythm IMO.
Originally posted by xfactor67:
I know I'm going to be in the minority here because yes they are Seahawks, but I have mad respect for their big 3 (Wilson, Lynch and Sherman). Sherman actually doesn't bug me as much because I would love to have a big physical corner on this squad. As for my outlook for this weekend, I'm going to roll with the punches, not going to make a prediction but I am not worried about our defense against the Seattle O. I am much more worried about our Offense against their defense. Hopefully they go into the game with less shifting just like this past week in Carolina. Really helped Kap get into a tempo and rhythm IMO.

I'm sure not sure Sherman would fare too well on this squad since we have rules in place against PED use.
Originally posted by PrisonOfGlass:
I'm sure not sure Sherman would fare too well on this squad since we have rules in place against PED use.

LOL...totally agree on this comment.
Originally posted by jbeale49:
It seems this team literally has gotten better every week. I was at The Stick in wk 14 for the Sea game and saw some holes on our back end. The play of our secondary, i believe, is the the area that we have improved the most. I'm saying even since that wk 14 game. Carlos had a terrible game that Sunday. The TD down the right seam he was completely out of position. Saw the same thing from Cox on left seam against Olsen in the Carolina game. Whitner let Cox have it too. I thought Carolina was going to exploit that and would be something I would breaking down in the film room if I were Vic F. The deep throws down the middle to Tight Ends have hurt us, especially recently.

Good observation.
And notice that the improvement has come without Rogers playing. IMO Rogers is a huge liability in the Niners backfield. My most disliked player on the squad. And it's doubly aggregious because he gets paid big buckks that others are more deserving of. I cannot wait for him to be gone. Not only does he allow completions, but he makes only a token effort at tackling. Forget about him ever bringing down a rb or te. He single handedly kept the game against Atlanta close.
Fortunately, it seems that the coaching staff has realised that there's little hope of him changing his game at this stage. So they've plugged the gap with a guy they picked up off waivers. And while one may argue it's the weakest component of the defense, it's been pretty stout so far and at least they are willing to tackle.
I do hope that the other elements of the defense plays up to the standard they exhibited against the Panthers in order to take some of the heat off the dbs. If they do, the defense will easily hold up their end against Seattle.
Originally posted by chico49erfan:
Great post Marvin, as always.

I do want to point out the fact that Hunter doesn't have Frank's vision. Absolutely agree with that. However, without Kendall playing very much we really don't yet know what he can bring the table. That kid could be a Frank Gore in the waiting because last year he was playing great before the injury and this year he broke a few big runs while having probably under 50 carries (maybe even 40).

Frank will be a huge loss in pass protection, too. I'm interested to see if the staff incorporates LMJ into the gameplan this week and throws things at Seattle that they haven't shown all year. Can't wait!

IMO Frank is the best in the league at finding the crease in the line of scrimmage and making that one quick cut immediately after. Hunter doesn't have that, but not many do. So it's not a slight on him.
Hunter is faster and deserves more playing time. Especially as it can preserve Gore. But it's the play-offs now and here's when the Niners need Frank to really bring his game. He's been showing up too.
Yes, it would be nice to involve LMJ in the offensive game plan. Something new for the Seattle defense to handle.
Originally posted by Rsrkshn:
Good observation.
And notice that the improvement has come without Rogers playing. IMO Rogers is a huge liability in the Niners backfield. My most disliked player on the squad. And it's doubly aggregious because he gets paid big buckks that others are more deserving of. I cannot wait for him to be gone. Not only does he allow completions, but he makes only a token effort at tackling. Forget about him ever bringing down a rb or te. He single handedly kept the game against Atlanta close.
Fortunately, it seems that the coaching staff has realised that there's little hope of him changing his game at this stage. So they've plugged the gap with a guy they picked up off waivers. And while one may argue it's the weakest component of the defense, it's been pretty stout so far and at least they are willing to tackle.
I do hope that the other elements of the defense plays up to the standard they exhibited against the Panthers in order to take some of the heat off the dbs. If they do, the defense will easily hold up their end against Seattle.

I'm with you. Liability in coverage is one thing. The fact that he is the only defensive player that has not embodied our personality is what gets under my skin about him. Everyone else leaves it all on the field and hit to send a message. 3 years running we have allowed the fewest RAC in the nfl and by a wide margin, b/w 946 and 1,037 yards TOTAL in each of those 3 years. When 22 takes a walk those numbers improve and we will make it 4 years running.
Originally posted by LoneWolf:
To bad that makes no sense, because in essance we've gotten better with each round not worse.

It's "TOO" bad, not "to." You should have learned this in 3rd grade. I literally learned that in 3rd grade myself.

And it's spelled, "essence."

Also, there should be a comma before, "not worse."

3rd grade was holding the black man down, right cuz?