Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

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    Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    Playbook

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    McCorty put him in a really bad spot to cover two receivers.

    Good read here

    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Film-Study-Kaepernick-lights-up-the-Patriots.html

     
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    Re: Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    Why the F**k do we have 4 guys covering an unoccupied area between the 20 - 25?

    Is it:

    Poor Coaching?

    Bad Scheme?

    Bad Players not in proper coverage?

    We should of blitzed all 4 and maybe that would of disrupted the play since having them, not in the paly at all,  just picking the azzes around the 25 yard line cost us 6 points.

     

     
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    Re: Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    Maybe McCourty shouldn't have committed to Moss, but I wonder if Spikes should have dropped deeper to cover the inside receiver (is he a TE--can't read number?) on Dennard's side?

     
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    Re: Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    Lesson learned. Maybe in our lifetime we will see robots playing the game who won't make mistakes. For now we're stuck with mere humans.

     
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    Re: Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    Dennard got burned twice last game, that we'd expect a rookie not to get beat once in a while is not  realistic.  Our new wrinkle with Talib and Dennard at corner with McCourty at safety I think BB borrowed from Pete Carroll in Seattle, who, in 6 degrees of Belichick borrowed it from those early 2000 Pat's secondaries.  

    Have oversized, physical corners who can press the receivers and corner speed at safety to clean up mistakes.  Remember Eugene Wilson was a converted corner.  

    If the receiver beats the press, the drop zone gets no pressure with their base 4 man front, then the QB has all day to pick and choose.  

    We lost because we turned the ball over, we can beat the 49ers as handily as we did the Texans if we protect the ball and execute.

    I love our chances...

     

     
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    Re: Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    Obviously wasn't Dennard's fault, he tried to pick up two guys. 

     
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    Re: Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    Agreed. Just saw that replay on NFL Network. Dennard was left alone to cover 2 receivers.

    Not much he could do.

    Whoever was making the defensice calls (both coaches and player on field) blew that play.

     
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    Re: Not Dennard's fault giving up td to Walker

    In response to pats-fan-2007's comment:
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    Agreed. Just saw that replay on NFL Network. Dennard was left alone to cover 2 receivers.

    Not much he could do.

    Whoever was making the defensice calls (both coaches and player on field) blew that play.

    [/QUOTE]

    True. It seemed that the Pats were playing soft zone all night and I saw very little man cover, where Dennard and Talib are more effective. Dennard is my favvy there, he covers man, he's always close to a pick six and knows when to go for it and he makes the tackle on his man almost instantly. He had good teachers at Nebraska to elevate his talent. Playing the soft zone kills the Pats.

    Another thing, is SF used the T formation ( 4 in the Back)  about 5-6 times, long time since I've seen that.

    Enjoy your comments ....

     

     
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