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Coaches Film Analysis: 2019 Season

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Originally posted by jonnydel:
Clowney and their D-line manhandled our O-line most of the game. Seattle rarely blitzed. They were dropping 7 in coverage almost all game. Nothing exotic, a lot of cover 3 and 2 zone with some man mixed in there. Nearly the entire 3rd, 4th and OT they were in cover 3 on first, cover 2 on 2nd and 3rd playing real soft. It made it real tough for anything. They were only giving up real short stuff. That's what lead to a couple of the ugly throws by JG, he was trying to look off zone defenders to one side, then come back and throw with the other but Seattle's defenders were playing good ball, they were reading our routes well.

any idea (after this ARI game) why our run offense has been nonexistent? does it really come down to Kittle? we have Juice back.

also do you think Bosa and the defense gets going pressure-wise like it had now that we're facing a more conventional QB?
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
Clowney and their D-line manhandled our O-line most of the game. Seattle rarely blitzed. They were dropping 7 in coverage almost all game. Nothing exotic, a lot of cover 3 and 2 zone with some man mixed in there. Nearly the entire 3rd, 4th and OT they were in cover 3 on first, cover 2 on 2nd and 3rd playing real soft. It made it real tough for anything. They were only giving up real short stuff. That's what lead to a couple of the ugly throws by JG, he was trying to look off zone defenders to one side, then come back and throw with the other but Seattle's defenders were playing good ball, they were reading our routes well.

any idea (after this ARI game) why our run offense has been nonexistent? does it really come down to Kittle? we have Juice back.

also do you think Bosa and the defense gets going pressure-wise like it had now that we're facing a more conventional QB?

I am interested in this too. I think it really does mostly come down to Kittle. At least last week against Seattle, they were not really reacting at all to our motions and shifts. If Kittle is in the game, that alone should change. Just looks to me like teams are stacking the box to shut down the run and daring anyone not named Kittle to make a play. Thankfully, Deebo has stepped up.
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