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" START COLIN KAEPERNICK "

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Bruh, I'ma be saying that until it happens. He deserves to start. I KNEW we were not gonna win that game vs. the Giants.... THE SAINTS WERE TOUGH ENOUGH... BUT THE GIANTS... AND ALEX SMITH??? NAH PARTNER.... NAH.... ALEX SMITH WENT 1-15 ON THIRD DOWNS IN THAT GAME... THIRD DOWN IS WHERE U MAKE UR MONEY HUUH??? IF JIM HARBAUGH WASNT SOOOO FIERCELY LOYAL TO ALEX SMITH FOR NO APPARENT REASON... tshhhhh.... Dude Here's to Colin Kaepernick having a MONSTER PRE SEASON ! devil.gif

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did you mean to reply to yourself?
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Bruh, I'ma be saying that until it happens. He deserves to start. I KNEW we were not gonna win that game vs. the Giants.... THE SAINTS WERE TOUGH ENOUGH... BUT THE GIANTS... AND ALEX SMITH??? NAH PARTNER.... NAH.... ALEX SMITH WENT 1-15 ON THIRD DOWNS IN THAT GAME... THIRD DOWN IS WHERE U MAKE UR MONEY HUUH??? IF JIM HARBAUGH WASNT SOOOO FIERCELY LOYAL TO ALEX SMITH FOR NO APPARENT REASON... tshhhhh.... Dude Here's to Colin Kaepernick having a MONSTER PRE SEASON ! devil.gif
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Dont understand the hatred towards Williams. I understand he messed up, and cost us the game, but he did get placed there last minute due to Ginn's injury.

He was put in an unconventional position. It happens but I still think he's a capable wide out especially with diva Crabs with another apparent injury. mean.gif
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He was put in an unconventional position. It happens but I still think he's a capable wide out especially with diva Crabs with another apparent injury. mean.gif

I already answered or addressed this point earlier as seen below......................
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We understand that Ginn was hurt and normally would have been back their to field punts. However, if Williams was scared or had the jitters he should have asked to be taken out of the game or should NOT have fielded those punts and just let them bounce on the ground until the ref blew the whistle for change of possession. Either way Williams ****** up and deserves to be treated as such from here on out until he fully redeems himself.
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post #67 of 830
How many pro athletes do you know or can think of that would go to their coaches and be like "I'm good, let me sit this one out"? I'm not disputing what you're saying in principle, Duece, but at what point was it a blunder by the coaches for not pulling his *** and just sitting someone back there to fair catch the ball??
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post #68 of 830
Fielding a punt is one of the hardest things to do...

anyone know how many tickets were made available for fan fest?

is it worth going?
post #69 of 830
Wait y'all payed $20 for fan fest ?! I got my tickets for $5
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How do you guys think Alex Smith will do this year?


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post #71 of 830
crabtree is finally back in practice. It's going to get interesting if TO signs with seachickens
post #72 of 830
I was just thinking about how Dixon is most likely going to get cut because of our running back situation and how quickly a team in the division is going to pick him up. Seems like every year either the cardinals or seahawks pick up the guys who dont make our squad and I definitely see it happening with Dixon this year.
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Depth Chart for the preseason game against the Vikings.


OFFENSE
WR: 15-Michael Crabtree, 10-Kyle Williams, 17-A.J. Jenkins, 13-Joe Hastings, 89-Nathan Palmer 9-Brian Tyms
LT: 74-Joe Staley, 75-Alex Boone, 71-Derek Hall, 69-Kenny Wiggins
LG: 77-Mike Iupati, 67-Daniel Kilgore, 66-Joe Looney, 60-Garrett Chisolm
C: 59-Jonathan Goodwin, 67-Daniel Kilgore, 61-Chase Beeler, 62-Jason Slowey
RG: 75-Alex Boone, 68-Leonard Davis, 78-Mike Person, 65-Al Netter
RT: 76-Anthony Davis, 78-Mike Person, 71-Derek Hall, 69-Kenny Wiggins
TE: 85-Vernon Davis, 46-Delanie Walker, 82-Nate Byham, 88-Konrad Reuland, 48-Garrett Celek, 47-Kyle Nelson
WR: 84-Randy Moss or 14-Mario Manningham or 19-Ted Ginn, 18-Brett Swain, 81-Chris Owusu, 35-Ben Hannula
RB: 49-Bruce Miller, 24-Anthony Dixon, 44-Cameron Bell
RB: 21-Frank Gore, 32-Kendall Hunter, 45-Brandon Jacobs, 23-LaMichael James, 28 Rock Cartwright
QB: 11-Alex Smith, 7-Colin Kaepernick, 1-Josh Johnson, 3-Scott Tolzien

DEFENSE
LDT: 91-Ray McDonald, 96-Demarcus Dobbs, 63-Tony Jerod-Eddie, 69-Patrick Butrym
NT: 90-Isaac Sopoaga, 95-Ricky Jean Francois, 93-Ian Williams
RDT: 94-Justin Smith, 92-Will Tukuafu, 71-Matthew Masifilo
OLB: 55-Ahmad Brooks, 98-Parys Haralson, 50-Cam Johnson, 44-Eric Bakhtiari
ILB: 53-NaVorro Bowman, 54-Larry Grant, 51-Joe Holland
ILB: 52-Patrick Willis, 56-Tavares Gooden, 57-Michael Wilhoite
OLB: 99-Aldon Smith, 98-Parys Haralson, 48-Kourtnei Brown
LCB: 22-Carlos Rogers, 26-Tramaine Brock, 20-Perrish Cox, 41-Curtis Holcomb
RCB: 25-Tarell Brown, 29-Chris Culliver, 33-Anthony Mosley, 40-Deante' Purvis
FS: 38-Dashon Goldson, 27-C.J. Spillman, 23-Cory Nelms, 43-Colin Jones, 35-Mark LeGree
SS: 31-Donte Whitner, 30-Trenton Robinson, 32-Darcel McBath, 36-Michael Thomas

SPECIAL TEAMS
PR: 19-Ted Ginn, 10-Kyle Williams, 23-LaMichael James
KOR: 19-Ted Ginn, 32-Kendall Hunter, 23-LaMichael James
P: 4-Andy Lee
K: 2-David Akers, 5-Giorgio Tavecchio
H: 4-Andy Lee
LS: 86-Brian Jennings, 47-Kyle Nelson


Interested to see how James does in the return game if he gets a chance this game.
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laugh.gif at the depth chart that Harbaugh submitted.
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WR: 84-Randy Moss or 14-Mario Manningham or 19-Ted Ginn

The hell does that even mean? laugh.gif
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First pre-season game this friday vs the vikings!

 

Things I will look for:

 

Aldon Smith playing OLB (not just as a pass rusher)

 

Kendall Hunter and LAMICHAEL JAMES!

 

How Alex does with new WR's in Moss, Manningham and rookie AJ

 

How Kaepernick does with a full offseason under his belt

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YES! Let's do this! Going to the game tomorrow. Excited to see what LMJ can do! GO NINERS!
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WR: 84-Randy Moss or 14-Mario Manningham or 19-Ted Ginn

The hell does that even mean? laugh.gif

I guess it meant he wasnt sure at that point cause he went with Ginn laugh.gif

Not that it makes a difference because Im pretty sure its going to be Moss starting come week 1.
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http://www.grantland.com/blog/the-triangle/post/_/id/34107/the-case-for-an-improved-san-francisco-49ers-offense-in-2012

The Case for an Improved San Francisco 49ers Offense in 2012
By Chris Brown on August 7, 2012 12:22 PM ET


By almost any rational measure, the San Francisco 49ers significantly overachieved last season on offense. The Alex Smith–led attack finished in the bottom third of the NFL in yards, yards per play, and passing yards. Even the vaunted 49ers rushing attack was more a function of quantity over quality. San Francisco’s top-10 finish in rushing yards came on just 4.1 yards per rush, 19th best in the league. Under first-year head coach Jim Harbaugh, this was a team that let their defense do the talking — as well as the winning.

San Francisco went out this offseason and acquired some new weapons on offense, but none can be characterized as sure-fire difference makers: Randy Moss is 35 years old and has been out of football a year; former New York Giant Brandon Jacobs is not a lock to even make the 49ers' roster; Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham has never had a 1,000-yard season; and although new rookies A.J. Jenkins and LaMichael James are potentially electrifying players, it's never safe to rely on rookies in the NFL.

Still, I can't help but feel optimistic about the Niners — even their seemingly pedestrian offense. Despite the obvious personnel deficiencies — other than tight end Vernon Davis and running back Frank Gore, the Niners had few players capable of scaring opposing teams last season — Harbaugh and his offensive coordinator, Greg Roman, consistently did more with less than any other offensive staff in the NFL. They did it with ingenuity, whether it was adapting the "jet" or "fly sweep" to the NFL, or making maybe the best — and gutsiest — call of last season on Alex Smith’s — Alex Smith's! — sweep for a touchdown late against New Orleans in last season's playoffs. And while none of the new additions on offense are sure things, they do provide something that will buttress the staff’s creative options: depth.

By the end of last season, the Niners were scary thin at wide receiver, and although Frank Gore remains San Francisco's best running back, he still averaged only 4.3 yards per carry and took a heavy pounding on his way to more than 1,200 yards. The 49ers' attack will benefit this fall from increased diversity in the running game, whether from capable second-year back Kendall Hunter or one of the other new additions to the backfield. As legendary coach Homer Smith used to say, a running back who gets 100 yards on 20 carries simply plays in a better offense than one with 120 yards on 30 carries.

Like last season, though, the key for the Niners remains the play of their quarterback. Harbaugh and Roman worked wonders with Smith last season — relatively speaking, at least — by simplifying the receivers' assignments (thus ensuring that Smith and his targets were on the same page) and using Gore and Hunter to set up effective downfield passes. For the Niners to be a Super Bowl–winning team, however, Smith will have to do more than merely make few mistakes.

Fortunately, as last season went on, Smith's downfield passing improved. A good example came in San Francisco's November victory over the New York Giants, the eventual Super Bowl champions. The play was almost an homage to the great San Francisco teams of the 1980s and 1990s, but with a Harbaugh twist. Bill Walsh, San Francisco's Hall of Fame former coach, helped revolutionize football with his precise, timing-based passing attack. One of his favorite plays was called "Flanker Drive" or simply "Drive," in which Jerry Rice ran a shallow crossing route while the tight end or another receiver lined up on the same side and ran a 12-yard in-breaking route behind Rice. The quarterback's job was to first look for Rice running across the field, and if he wasn't open — often because most of the defense was chasing Jerry — the tight end should be open.



Against the Giants last fall, Harbaugh and Roman called this very play, but with a couple of wrinkles. First, the player running the shallow cross wasn’t an outside receiver, but rather Davis, a tight end and the team’s best threat. Second, and more interestingly, the square-in came from the opposite side of the formation. That receiver, H-back Delanie Walker, ran what effectively put him in the same position as the classic Drive concept, but did it by running a "deep snag" or "deep whip" route. This presents the same challenge to the defense as Walsh’s version but with the added benefit of a pick for Davis. The net result was that the Giants lost track of Davis, and he was able to catch a short pass and sprint the rest of the way to the end zone. It's a simple tweak to a common passing concept, but it made all the difference. You can watch video of the full play here.

No one would've confused San Francisco's offense last season with the Greatest Show on Turf, but the Niners showed flashes of creativity and did enough to win a lot of football games. With another year of experience in Harbaugh's system — along with an infusion of some solid, if unspectacular, talent — the offense should only improve. Coaching is about putting your players in the best possible position to succeed, whatever their talent. In the NFL, it's sometimes easiest to blame failures on a lack of that talent, but in his brief head coaching career in college and the pros, Harbaugh has only known coaching underdogs. At each of his stops, he’s quickly built winning teams from the ground up, and he seems to be doing the same thing in San Francisco. If he can still do it with a team expected to succeed, the Bay Area will be home to a very special team.
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This day seems to never end. Cant wait to be back out at the Stick!!!
post #81 of 830
Alex threw a nice little dime on that TD to Swain.

Our D got worked on that last possession though.
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" START COLIN KAEPERNICK "

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mad.gif I cringe watching Kyle Williams..
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where is james at.

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mad.gif I cringe watching Kyle Williams..

He mistimed that jump and kicked dude in the face laugh.gif
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Can Kaepernick complete a pass without scrambling or running a bootleg?
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where is james at.
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James is gonna get a shot to crack the rotation, his cutback speed at the line of scrimmage looks legit.
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Like what I saw from Jacobs.
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