The pistol and the read option will simply become wrinkles in what we run as an offensive whole moving forward. Right now its what the kid is most comfortable in, much like what Shanahan did with RG3, but it can't be the primary offense for long.
Brandon Coleman Watch
WR Rutgers University 6'6" 220 lbs
2011: Rec: 17 Yards: 552 Avg: 32.5 TD: 6
2012: Rec: 43 Yards: 718 Avg: 16.7 TD: 10
2013: Rec: 28 Yards: 403 Avg: 14.4 TD: 3
Plays with one of the worst QBs in college football...SMH
I can almost taste the Superbowl.
I really hope the 9ers don't get over confident after the way they handled the Packers.
I would also rather see someone else play a factor in this game than Delanie. Too many drops this last weekend.
Delanie always drops too many passes
We are 27th in red zone defense this season.
Zach Miller had a huge day for Seattle.
Atlanta is going to double Crab.
It's time for Vernon to re-emerge...
If we win this game, it's imperititve that our opponent feels like they have to account for 85.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but while watching the ATL-SEA game, there were several times where the Seahawks ran the option, and idt anyone was accounting for Wilson, and on those plays I think they did alright in stopping Lynch, but if Wilson would've just pulled it and ran himself, he'd probably get like 9-10 yards on those plays.
As far as throwing to hard...I guess that could be the case, but I don't remember a lot of drops by Davis. The one in NO stands out because it bounced back off his chest about 10 yds, but other than that...I think he's done a good job adjusting to the velocity. If there are two guys open...Kaep will take the bigger gain where Smith would take the more sure completion. A good example is the 15 yard completion to Crabtree on 3d and 2 vs GB this week. Davis was open at about 5 yds and I can't belive Smith wouldn't have taken it where Crabtree was open further downfield. I agree that Kaepernick has better chemistry with Crabtree, but my point is that I think it's coming along.