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Coaches Film Analysis: 2019 Season

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Originally posted by jonnydel:
Hey everybody!
Can't believe we've been able to go the first 2 months of the season only watching winning football! That's awesome!
Jimmy G - what's there to say but a lot. As many of you know, I've been breaking down our games since 2012. I've watched every game going back to the 2011 season.
I don't know if I've ever seen a defense throw as many different things at our quarterback as I saw the Cardinals try and do. While they were primarily in man-coverage, they tried at least 12 different coverage's against him this past game and he beat every one. They did everything. Brought 6, brought 5, brought 4, brought 3, tried zone, tried man, tried combo coverage's. Nothing worked. He had an answer for everything.

One of the best games I've seen from a niner QB. Flat out.

DEFENSE - the worry that I had during the off-season with our new wide 9 appeared. The concern I had was, would our smaller LB's be able to hold up against a power-man scheme between the tackles? The wide 9 with only 4 down lineman leaves a lot of space for the guards to get up on the LB's and with undersized LB's that can be a problem. Well, it was. It'll be interesting to see how Saleh and his position coaches address this in the next game against ARI. Do we go back to a 4-3 Under? I would believe it would be helpful. We'll see.

Well, on to the film!

Not gonna lie, reading that line made it move.

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Originally posted by valrod33:
Now this is the content im here for, not someones thoughts after a game.

exactly! JohnnyDel isn't on some other fanbase's forum talking up X's and O's with the enemy
Beautiful. Thanks JD.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Now this is the content im here for, not someones thoughts after a game.

lol
Much appreciated, JohnnyDel. This level of insight is what makes me love the Webzone.
Originally posted by genus49:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
Hey everybody!
Can't believe we've been able to go the first 2 months of the season only watching winning football! That's awesome!
Jimmy G - what's there to say but a lot. As many of you know, I've been breaking down our games since 2012. I've watched every game going back to the 2011 season.
I don't know if I've ever seen a defense throw as many different things at our quarterback as I saw the Cardinals try and do. While they were primarily in man-coverage, they tried at least 12 different coverage's against him this past game and he beat every one. They did everything. Brought 6, brought 5, brought 4, brought 3, tried zone, tried man, tried combo coverage's. Nothing worked. He had an answer for everything.

One of the best games I've seen from a niner QB. Flat out.

DEFENSE - the worry that I had during the off-season with our new wide 9 appeared. The concern I had was, would our smaller LB's be able to hold up against a power-man scheme between the tackles? The wide 9 with only 4 down lineman leaves a lot of space for the guards to get up on the LB's and with undersized LB's that can be a problem. Well, it was. It'll be interesting to see how Saleh and his position coaches address this in the next game against ARI. Do we go back to a 4-3 Under? I would believe it would be helpful. We'll see.

Well, on to the film!

Not gonna lie, reading that line made it move.


Made me flustered like Erin Andrews.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Now this is the content im here for, not someones thoughts after a game.

This
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Since jd hit on all the Jimmy highlights I'll show the defensive lowlights defending the run. Yay, the fun stuff. I'll get to it tonight.
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Originally posted by valrod33:
Now this is the content im here for, not someones thoughts after a game.

Just take what you like without the negative commentary.
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Originally posted by thl408:
Since jd hit on all the Jimmy highlights I'll show the defensive lowlights defending the run. Yay, the fun stuff. I'll get to it tonight.



I want to see LB play against the run and how Saleh may scheme to slow down Chris Carson and still keep Wide 9 pressure on Willow.

Originally posted by thl408:
Since jd hit on all the Jimmy highlights I'll show the defensive lowlights defending the run. Yay, the fun stuff. I'll get to it tonight.

Lol, sorry, man
Great job as always with the breakdown of the games guys!!!
Originally posted by thl408:
Since jd hit on all the Jimmy highlights I'll show the defensive lowlights defending the run. Yay, the fun stuff. I'll get to it tonight.

Very much appreciated thl!
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Drake had six runs of 8+ yards. I'll show these. It was a collective effort on the defense giving up those runs. Murray also had chunk gains on a couple zone read plays where he kept the ball. This was the first offense this season that used the zone read. The hope is the 49ers get a full week of practice to better defend them next time. I won't be showing the zone read plays.

First play of the game ARI does something the Rams also did on their first drive in the week 6 game. Wide 9 DEs are contain players at the edge. ARI puts aligns two TEs to one side and puts a wide split between the TE and the LT (C gap). A TE and a the pulling RG will lead through the C gap. Rams also forced the 49ers DEs to line up very wide to exaggerate the interior gaps then ran through them.


C gap huge as Buckner gets doubled and can't hold his ground.


RG and TE easily lead through the hole. Warner has to sniff this out and make the play.


EMann comes in aggressive and puts his nose in the pile, but that only prevents him from being able to be a second level defender.


Warner tries to tackle high.


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2Q 1st & 10
ARI uses the same play above and flips the formation. Notice the split between the RT and TEs.


LBs both do not respond to the pulling guard. Kwon playing a good 6 yards off the LoS.


By formation, ARI is again able to get a big C gap.


Unlike EMann above, Sherman stays in position, does not get in the mess at the line of scrimmage, and is able to be another layer of defense in case the RB gets through.


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