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Coaches Film Analysis: 2019 Season

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Originally posted by Bluesbro:
Originally posted by wisecraft:
Johnny, let's see what adjustments Seattle made in the 2nd half to be able to move the ball. If we play them again in the playoffs, what counter adjustments should we make?

The adjustment is Dee Ford. I feel the need, the need for speed.

The coaches pulled Witherspoon since he gave up so many first downs.
Originally posted by Bluesbro:
Originally posted by wisecraft:
Johnny, let's see what adjustments Seattle made in the 2nd half to be able to move the ball. If we play them again in the playoffs, what counter adjustments should we make?

The adjustment is Dee Ford. I feel the need, the need for speed.

The list is long and distinguished.....like my Johnson.
Originally posted by 49erswin:
Another factor that made this closer than expected was a shanked punt that gave Seattle a short field to score one of the their late touchdowns. If they had to take the time to make 2 more first downs, they would not have been able to run so many plays in the red zone at the end.

Thanks, Jon for taking the time on a holiday to make the videos and help us with "49er withdrawal" this week. It actually feels like somewhat of a letdown to watch so many enormously exciting games week after week and now having to watch other teams play this week.

It was a kickoff out of bounds, right? But point stands and I agree. Underrated mistake from our rookie kickoff guy, hopefully he's learned from it
Originally posted by Aacadena:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
Jonny, fantastic as usual, only better. Showing how JG works their D is awesome. You have really made this not just enjoyable and fun but a great learning experience also...each and every week. But this was a capper. Go 9ers. And thanks again, JD.

I credit Jimmy for making 49ers film fun to watch again. Watching Beathard get beat to S*** in year 1 and 2 was awful. It really helped that he capped the year with a nearly flawless performance. Like, it's hard to describe what a difference in pocket passing he is from, say, Kaepernick. CK I was always wanting him to get through progressions quicker, look off defenders all the things JG does so well. It's watching the passing game as it's designed to be.

Amazing going from CK to Jimmy G. CK would struggle to read a defense, and its easy to see why Kyle didn't think he'd be a good fit for this offense. I remember when crabtree just left the niners and in an interview he said he hoped CK would keep his head in the books to study the playbook.

Lol did he really say that?
Originally posted by wisecraft:
Johnny, let's see what adjustments Seattle made in the 2nd half to be able to move the ball. If we play them again in the playoffs, what counter adjustments should we make?

Yes this is exactly what I was thinking. What happened in the second half that made our pass rush virtually Nonexistent?

Oh and I agree with everybody here. Great work as usual Johnny!!! And happy new year
Originally posted by jonnydel:
Broheems and Sisteems, we won in Seattle. There is not greater feeling for me than beating the toots in the Clink.
Not only that, we deprived them of seeing their team play live for at least 9 months. That's amazing.
Watching the film, it felt like we dropped a 40 burger on them with how well the offense moved the ball, almost at will. I've never seen Seattle's defense get completely owned by our offense and especially our QB. Jimmy was darn near perfect in this game and played one of the top 3 games I've ever seen one of our QB's play, the other 2 are close in comparison and are other games by him.
Pretty much, there's no doubt he's the best QB we've had since Steve. We haven't seen a guy throw even with 500 yards of what he's done in 17 years....and that's with "bad" games and "underperforming" games according to some.
Look out for us in the playoffs. We're getting healthier, unlike the other teams in the playoffs, most likely and this offense is humming.

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That's right! They got to see 34 yards, 2.8 avg, & 1 TD from LeastMode.
Good stuff as always Jonny. Thanks.
Great Video. Thank you for that. One thing to note, I like how our offensive line gave Jimmy the time he needed to make all his progressions. It seems like since Brunskill has came in for person that the whole line is playing better. Do you see that Jonny?
[ Edited by aQBnamedtouchback on Jan 2, 2020 at 1:44 AM ]
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
Originally posted by Aacadena:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
Jonny, fantastic as usual, only better. Showing how JG works their D is awesome. You have really made this not just enjoyable and fun but a great learning experience also...each and every week. But this was a capper. Go 9ers. And thanks again, JD.

I credit Jimmy for making 49ers film fun to watch again. Watching Beathard get beat to S*** in year 1 and 2 was awful. It really helped that he capped the year with a nearly flawless performance. Like, it's hard to describe what a difference in pocket passing he is from, say, Kaepernick. CK I was always wanting him to get through progressions quicker, look off defenders all the things JG does so well. It's watching the passing game as it's designed to be.

Amazing going from CK to Jimmy G. CK would struggle to read a defense, and its easy to see why Kyle didn't think he'd be a good fit for this offense. I remember when crabtree just left the niners and in an interview he said he hoped CK would keep his head in the books to study the playbook.

Lol did he really say that?

Yeah, said it on NFL network. It was a question long the lines if how he felt about his former team and quarterback and this was his response.

"I'm an Oakland Raider now. I don't like to touch on that. It's kind of a sensitive topic. ... I don't like to go back to the past," Crabtree said. "I haven't talked to Kap since I left. ... And I hope he get in those books, and watch that film and know what he's doing out there."
Happy New Year all!
Nice job as always Jonnydel (and others who add to it)
What's been happening to Emmanuel Sanders as the games progress? It seems that he comes out and is targeted early and then kind of disappears.
Are defenses adjusting and taking him out or is Kyle using him as a target early and then going away from him to Deebo and Kittle, or is he just tired from the long season at the ripe old age of 32? I know a lot has been made about not getting a bye but I thought he missed a couple of games with an injury so he had a little time off.

Originally posted by jonnydel:
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
Originally posted by Aacadena:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
Jonny, fantastic as usual, only better. Showing how JG works their D is awesome. You have really made this not just enjoyable and fun but a great learning experience also...each and every week. But this was a capper. Go 9ers. And thanks again, JD.

I credit Jimmy for making 49ers film fun to watch again. Watching Beathard get beat to S*** in year 1 and 2 was awful. It really helped that he capped the year with a nearly flawless performance. Like, it's hard to describe what a difference in pocket passing he is from, say, Kaepernick. CK I was always wanting him to get through progressions quicker, look off defenders all the things JG does so well. It's watching the passing game as it's designed to be.

Amazing going from CK to Jimmy G. CK would struggle to read a defense, and its easy to see why Kyle didn't think he'd be a good fit for this offense. I remember when crabtree just left the niners and in an interview he said he hoped CK would keep his head in the books to study the playbook.

Lol did he really say that?

Yeah, said it on NFL network. It was a question long the lines if how he felt about his former team and quarterback and this was his response.

"I'm an Oakland Raider now. I don't like to touch on that. It's kind of a sensitive topic. ... I don't like to go back to the past," Crabtree said. "I haven't talked to Kap since I left. ... And I hope he get in those books, and watch that film and know what he's doing out there."

Kap was too much a of a meat head in the weight room instead of focusing on the mental aspect of QB play and more technical stuff, I suppose.
Great film review. I don't come away as enamored though as you. I do think we looked quite good but sooo many of Jimmy's completions were so, so tight into tiny windows. Which is awesome, but I just worry that a defensive adjustment by Seattle in the Playoffs will be enough to shut us down some. I didn't see us running wide open on too many plays.
Originally posted by raywm3:
Great film review. I don't come away as enamored though as you. I do think we looked quite good but sooo many of Jimmy's completions were so, so tight into tiny windows. Which is awesome, but I just worry that a defensive adjustment by Seattle in the Playoffs will be enough to shut us down some. I didn't see us running wide open on too many plays.

what defensive adjustment is there to make if the windows are already tight? if he's already beating you with tight window throws what more can you do?
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
what defensive adjustment is there to make if the windows are already tight? if he's already beating you with tight window throws what more can you do?

Pay the refs more.
Originally posted by SkyZer0:
Kap was too much a of a meat head in the weight room instead of focusing on the mental aspect of QB play and more technical stuff, I suppose.

There were also whispers that coaches were annoyed that he spent too much time lifting and not enough time studying.
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