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Old 09-14-2021, 11:10 AM   #211
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Nice capture French - I agree with you, I think this one is on Bostic as he left the middle ground wide open.
That is on Del Rio for (1) having Bostic and Holcomb in there on a guaranteed passing play. We have a bunch of hybrid safety guys for this very play. (2) asking your piss poor in coverage LB to make a correct read and then be able to cover a huge area of turf against the likes of Keenan Allen.

That D call is mind blowing.

On top of everyone playing way to far back from the sticks.

Horrible play call, horrible execution by all.
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Old 09-14-2021, 11:12 AM   #212
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Re: Week 1 - Post-game Thread

Itís def on BosticÖyup nice call out there guys. He needs to drop and clog that passing lane
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Old 09-14-2021, 11:15 AM   #213
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Re: Week 1 - Post-game Thread

Really thought with an offseason of actual practices and camps JDR would have had this unit much improved. They seemed to be picking right up from where they left off against TB.
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Old 09-14-2021, 11:29 AM   #214
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Re: Week 1 - Post-game Thread

^^^^^

The ole Bostic special. Literally running around doing nothing and covering no one.

The FO and Rivera failed this team at LB in the offseason. No way Bostic should even be on the field in that situation.

And also the safety dropping back to beyond the marker to make a nice easy hole for Allen. That's just piss-poor all around. Embarrassing.
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Old 09-14-2021, 11:38 AM   #215
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Looks like everyone was expecting someone else to do something, instead we end up with Allen sitting down in the middle of 5 guys, safeties look to be sitting way too deep but what do I know
Safeties (McCain and Collins) were waaay too deep, and Bostic didn't help matters as he seemed out of position. That was far too easy of a completion.

By the way, I listened to the post game show, of course from Sunday, yesterday. Fred Smoot basically stated what I was saying in the game thread during the game. He said we was beaten by the pen, meaning the chalkboard and x's and o's, versus just being physically out whipped. And, I agree.

Smoot thought JDR should have sent more blitzes between the A and B gaps to help nullify the Chargers and Herbert's quick passing, as many of the Chargers' plays were to negate our pass rush and take advantage of matchups and their playmakers. Once again, things I stated in the game thread as it was obvious what they were doing IMO.

They schemed us well for the most part, and Smoot, in so many terms, wasn't happy with JDR's game plan. Sunday's loss was more on coaching than anything else, and I think a handful of others on this forum practically said as much.

Lastly, Kam Curl only played 37 snaps whereas Landon Collins played 65. I hope that was a case where Curl may have been cramping as some players (ie, Fuller, Young, Sweat, and a couple others) tapped out a few plays due to early season conditioning or not being conditioned. With that being said, Curl needs more snaps.
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That is on Del Rio for (1) having Bostic and Holcomb in there on a guaranteed passing play. We have a bunch of hybrid safety guys for this very play. (2) asking your piss poor in coverage LB to make a correct read and then be able to cover a huge area of turf against the likes of Keenan Allen.

That D call is mind blowing.

On top of everyone playing way to far back from the sticks.

Horrible play call, horrible execution by all.
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I'm in no way giving up on the season. My criticisms are solely based on what we saw yesterday. It's a long season and there are always ups and downs.

Wait unti Thursday lol
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Keyshawn Johnson this morning "Ron Rivera has 7 losing season out 10, good coach but not great, lets stop talking like he is"

After looking that up just now he's right, he only has 3 winning seasons..

Iíve been saying this for sometime now. Said it last year and someone called me out for bashing a cancer patient.
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Wait unti Thursday lol
It's a week to week league. Even at 0-2 we're far from dead. I think we'll see a much better effort out there too.
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Using #NextGenStats via the #nflverse, here's a look at running backs and their average time to the line of scrimmage in week 1.

Antonio Gibson is getting to the LOS in under 2.5 seconds.

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On those inside run plays, AG did look decisive hitting holes, getting to the second level quickly.

inside run game was a pleasant surprise.

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stat - I want to see the rank of QBs who got the ball out the quickest last week. I imagine our opponents QB will rank pretty high each week.
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Using #NextGenStats via the #nflverse, here's a look at running backs and their average time to the line of scrimmage in week 1.

Antonio Gibson is getting to the LOS in under 2.5 seconds.

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On those inside run plays, AG did look decisive hitting holes, getting to the second level quickly.

inside run game was a pleasant surprise.

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stat - I want to see the rank of QBs who got the ball out the quickest last week. I imagine our opponents QB will rank pretty high each week.
Minus the fumbles, Gibson looked great Sunday. Hopefully the fumbles were just a 1 game fluke. Look forward to seeing against NYG.
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Minus the fumbles, Gibson looked great Sunday. Hopefully the fumbles were just a 1 game fluke. Look forward to seeing against NYG.
Gibson looked winded after the one long drive. It's on Turner to give him a break. Could have put Patterson in that series.

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Gibson looked winded after the one long drive. It's on Turner to give him a break. Could have put Patterson in that series.

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Yeah, you can find away to give Patterson 5-10 carries a game. I want to see him too.
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Old 09-14-2021, 02:23 PM   #224
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Minus the fumbles, Gibson looked great Sunday. Hopefully the fumbles were just a 1 game fluke. Look forward to seeing against NYG.
Gibson made me a believer Sunday. Fumble was tough and a runner is getting hit so they dont have too much say so .. but maybe try to keep your feet on the ground in the shadow of your own endzone. Stay low. Keep your limbs tucked in as much as possible. Maybe even do that double arm cross thing Portis used to do in those situations. Probably limits a runners agility but increases ball security.





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That is on Del Rio for (1) having Bostic and Holcomb in there on a guaranteed passing play. We have a bunch of hybrid safety guys for this very play. (2) asking your piss poor in coverage LB to make a correct read and then be able to cover a huge area of turf against the likes of Keenan Allen.

That D call is mind blowing.

On top of everyone playing way to far back from the sticks.

Horrible play call, horrible execution by all.
Good take, thanks !

Re did the gif so you also can see endzone view:

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