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  1. 6 minutes ago, mistertim said:





    Because the Niners have a coach who can adjust, changes up formations and plays (even if they seem to look similar, they aren't), and plays to the strengths of the guys who he has on the field. 

    Thx you good sir. I just needed that sanity check. I'm so DAYUM tired of seeing bunch formations and stacked boxes. We create stacked boxes and try to run on them. We don't spread the field or use half of it. We don't run slants, curls, or comebacks. 

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  2. 1 minute ago, mistertim said:


    I never ceased to be amazed at how this team consistently manages to find the most predictable, conservative, uninspiring offensive play callers and coaches. The only exception to that was when McVay took over play calling duties and then of course he left at the first opportunity. 

    That's where i am. Wanna know how autonomous KOC is in playcalling. The screen for a first used their aggressiveness against them. The play where Smallwood moved up closer to the LOS and he hit Quinn showed thought but other than that i saw nothing inspiring. 

  3. 6 minutes ago, ConnSKINS26 said:


    Well bud, we scored zero points while having a near-ideal performance from AP considering the defense we were playing, and it coincided with our own defense actually being stout. And yet....zero points. That might be part of what's wrong. 

    So why did it work for the Niners? They stuck to the run game, didn't do anything fancy. Oh yeah, Case got out played by Jimmy G.

  4. On 9/25/2019 at 6:16 PM, BatteredFanSyndrome said:

    Maybe Horton as DC but I’d bet Callahan gets the HC nod due to his affiliation with Bruce.

    Really interested to know how much autonomy KOC has in playcalling. Two games in and really not impressed thus far. Just finished watching the Niners game. How many Sims gadget plays are we gonna call per game? Felt like they went away from downhill running and got too cute.

  5. 3 hours ago, NoCalMike said:

    I'd like to know why Manusky thought it was necessary to give a 37 year old Witten 5 yards of cushion off the line? If you are not confident in a linebacker or corner or safety to able to cover a geriatric tight end without pull off coverage, you either need to bench some players, or resign as a coordinator.

    The same reason he killed Norman on a rte. It'd if been different if he bodied him up. No, he killed him on a rte.  Norman can't cover Witten. He has no biz being on the field at all. 

  6. I'm just flabbergasted by the play calling. DL looks like it's getting worn down quick. They don't send any heat. Norman is sooo bad they back off everyone. How many times does he have to get isolated on a speed WR before they recognize and adjust. Teams are looking for him. He's averaging a +40 yd td a game. I wouldn't even be mad if the secondary was getting beat in press man. But it's death by a 1,000 cuts watching them. I like Holcomb but he was getting swallowed by dallass OL. SMDH

  7. 4 minutes ago, skinsmania123 said:

    And that is SAD that anyone could consider Norman our "best CB" because the dude is not worth the dollars we are paying him.   He is okay. Last year he got his ass handed to him, turned around, I don't know how many times, but it was sad for a billed "shutdown" CB.   Not denying he had some good plays, but the burned Norman stands out in my mind.  


    Allen or someone in that FO really needs to get him to restructure or you go CB first round and dump him.  

    Clearly Dunny was the best cover corner prior to his freak injury. Curious as to what Moreau can do w/ starter reps. 

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  8. 35 minutes ago, SkinsNoles21 said:



    Give me DRC at free safety all day over Haha. Haha is not good.





    If this is the move its elite and DRC at 33 > Haha any age. 

    Saw this on B/R and instantly thought UPGRADE.  Love the move.  Let's DRC just be ball hawk.  Less wear and tear on the body.  Only question left is Nicholson done?

  9. Watched the game, and was pleasantly surprised. Every issue I had with Gruden I still have, but he had the team looking competent. (Considering) If they look like this next week against Philly Gruden is definitely coming back. In spite of everything the team actually had a chance to win yesterday. That over throw to Doctson on the first possession. Skinz settled for a FG. That was the deciding factor. Doctson got loose a couple times. 

    23 minutes ago, Wildbunny said:

    Taylor Lewan is also not the last when it comes to trash talking...


    That's true, but they also had some success doing it. So it's not a big deal.

    AP was killing it yesterday.

    Behind this rag tag, fourth string, intermural JuCo practice squad OL. Saw AP start to shimmer. Too bad we didn't have the talent to let him bling.

  10. It was the same old story. Gruden hasn't innovated his offense. Anyone on here who watches the games can call pass or run based on the formation. We can't take shots down field. Stop the run early and Gruden abandons it. At no point did it look like our defense knew what was coming. 3rd and long/3rd and inches. Their offensive playcalling was based on what they knew the defense was doing. Imagine their coaching staff building a game plan based on what the other team wants to do and their weaknesses. Hmmmm