Originally posted by Adusoron:jonnydel and thl408: Can you guys do some analysis of the plays in which CK7 went through progressions and or reset his feet after finding his initial read covered and hit another WR? Jonnydel alluded to this in his opening post.
Do either of you have any film analysis on how our run game could/should take advantage of Seattle's defensive alignment (single high, 6-2 front)? Also, do either of you have any film grabs from week 14 that demonstrate how we compacted and trapped Wilson in the pocket and limited him to 1 rush for 3 yards (a critical factor in that game, IMO)?
Thanks you guys. It's terrific reading your threads and posts.
Here's some good stuff from Kap.
This is on the 49ers' first drive of the 2nd half.
concept (zone buster)
CAR: It's like a half man, half zone look(?) More later.
Below: Crabs is lined up on top by himself. Slot is VD, Boldin is the yellow route. VD's route is designed to move the zone defender in order for Boldin's route to find a soft spot, and a throwing lane for Kap. This is different than hi-low because the routes are run at the same depth. It is a horizontal stretch at the safety level (behind LBs). It's not a fast developing route combo. Boldin has to find a throwing lane.
Below: Kap's first read is Crabs. It's press man coverage, and the CB is on Crabs' hip pocket with a LB playing the hook zone.
Below: Kap's second read is VD. That's not the key route. Shouldn't really expect it to be open. Good thing about this route combo is it keeps the QB's eyes in the same area of the field. Into Kap's view comes Boldin, following VD.
Below: He's quickly moved off of Crabs and is adjusting his sight to VD right here.
Below: Kap steps into a beautiful pocket to buy time.
Below: Getting behind the LBs and in front of the safties is key for VD/Boldin. They also start off bunched, so they have to come apart. Oline did well here. 16 yard gain.
About the defense. 2 deep safties, then 3 at the intermediate and 1 at the shallow. It looks like they hit their landmarks on this play. It's like CAR wants to take away the intermediate depth route on this play. However, the unaccounted for CB on Crabs is tight man coverage as he was about to follow Crabs on an inside breaking route.
Climbing a pocket without looking at the pocket.
[ Edited by thl408 on Jan 15, 2014 at 12:41 AM ]