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Who Takes It?
San Francisco 49ers
51%
 51%  [ 14 ]
New York Jets
3%
 3%  [ 1 ]
Carolina Panthers
44%
 44%  [ 12 ]
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 5:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

J-ALL-DAY wrote:
Does anyone think Andy Lee's broken finger is affecting David Aker's accuracy?



Maybe the timing... but he does seem to put the ball down quickly... maybe it's a little mental thing, where Akers is just afraid of a bad hold, and he hesitates a fraction of a second..
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J-ALL-DAY wrote:
Does anyone think Andy Lee's broken finger is affecting David Aker's accuracy?


No - an Eagles fan said it best somewhere earlier in this thread - Akers just isn't great kicking in the Meadowlands for whatever reason.
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Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed
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Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed
I wouldn't be mad if that was picked off. It was taking a shot which we don't do. That would've been like a punt basically and it wouldn't hurt us.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, I mean he also got his FG blocked against the Vikings which was way too low to start with. Hopefully at home the next three weeks he returns to form.
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Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed


I have seen alot of people asking for alex to just take the shot downfield to moss over the last few weeks. so I dont know if anyone would have been upset if it were int. But I am curious as to why JH brought Kaep in to throw the pass. I understand the reasoning but it still makes you think a little bit. We Have seen moss come up with that pass many many times from culpepper or brady so its worth it. Although I still dont see the explosion and seperation from moss
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steadypimpin wrote:
Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed
I wouldn't be mad if that was picked off. It was taking a shot which we don't do. That would've been like a punt basically and it wouldn't hurt us.


He threw into triple coverage. You wouldnt be mad? Something is wrong there. There are taking shots and then there are just dumb decisions. That definitely falls under the latter
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sbrown wrote:
Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed


I have seen alot of people asking for alex to just take the shot downfield to moss over the last few weeks. so I dont know if anyone would have been upset if it were int. But I am curious as to why JH brought Kaep in to throw the pass. I understand the reasoning but it still makes you think a little bit. We Have seen moss come up with that pass many many times from culpepper or brady so its worth it. Although I still dont see the explosion and seperation from moss



The pass to Moss came right after the read option play where Kap had that big run. They were trying to catch the defense off guard and suck them up for the QB keeper but the secondary didnt bite. Kap shouldnt have thrown that ball. Moss is great and all, but triple coverage to a man thats 35 and we really dont know what he has left in his legs as far as leaping ability?
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sbrown wrote:
Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed


I have seen alot of people asking for alex to just take the shot downfield to moss over the last few weeks. so I dont know if anyone would have been upset if it were int. But I am curious as to why JH brought Kaep in to throw the pass. I understand the reasoning but it still makes you think a little bit. We Have seen moss come up with that pass many many times from culpepper or brady so its worth it. Although I still dont see the explosion and seperation from moss


I'm guessing its just to keep the Jets on their feet.

Although Kaep's throw was ill-advised, I'd say it was pretty accurate. Pretty impressive for guy who's main issue was accuracy. Alex's deep ball on the other hand?.....pretty bad.
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sbrown wrote:
Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed


I have seen alot of people asking for alex to just take the shot downfield to moss over the last few weeks. so I dont know if anyone would have been upset if it were int. But I am curious as to why JH brought Kaep in to throw the pass. I understand the reasoning but it still makes you think a little bit. We Have seen moss come up with that pass many many times from culpepper or brady so its worth it. Although I still dont see the explosion and seperation from moss


He has to throw when he comes in, otherwise every time a team sees Kaep, they know its a run play.. this way it keeps them guessing still. Btw you were right about Manningham, the routes he ran yesterday were really good, glad you pointed that out when I didnt notice =p
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SoCalNiner wrote:
sbrown wrote:
Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed


I have seen alot of people asking for alex to just take the shot downfield to moss over the last few weeks. so I dont know if anyone would have been upset if it were int. But I am curious as to why JH brought Kaep in to throw the pass. I understand the reasoning but it still makes you think a little bit. We Have seen moss come up with that pass many many times from culpepper or brady so its worth it. Although I still dont see the explosion and seperation from moss


I'm guessing its just to keep the Jets on their feet.

Although Kaep's throw was ill-advised, I'd say it was pretty accurate. Pretty impressive for guy who's main issue was accuracy. Alex's deep ball on the other hand?.....pretty bad.


Alex's deep ball, when not thrown to Vernon Davis, is always too long.
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neezy007 wrote:
SoCalNiner wrote:
sbrown wrote:
Chrissooner49er wrote:
Wow, talk about over-reacting...lots of it in this thread and makes me glad I don't show up on game day. Laughing

Some actually applauded Kaep's deep attempt to Moss...too many would be criticising Alex if he had taken that shot with that coverage. It was fun seeing Kaep's moves, but he's still got a way to go toward recognizing when to throw and when not to... Of course, it also appears Alex needs to be more decisive. Embarassed


I have seen alot of people asking for alex to just take the shot downfield to moss over the last few weeks. so I dont know if anyone would have been upset if it were int. But I am curious as to why JH brought Kaep in to throw the pass. I understand the reasoning but it still makes you think a little bit. We Have seen moss come up with that pass many many times from culpepper or brady so its worth it. Although I still dont see the explosion and seperation from moss


I'm guessing its just to keep the Jets on their feet.

Although Kaep's throw was ill-advised, I'd say it was pretty accurate. Pretty impressive for guy who's main issue was accuracy. Alex's deep ball on the other hand?.....pretty bad.


Alex's deep ball, when not thrown to Vernon Davis, is always too long.


Hey atleast they're finally taking shots down field. They threw more deep balls yesterday then they did in the first 3 games combined. Its progression, albeit minor progression until he starts connecting but none the less, progression.
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y2lamanaki wrote:
J-ALL-DAY wrote:
Does anyone think Andy Lee's broken finger is affecting David Aker's accuracy?


No - an Eagles fan said it best somewhere earlier in this thread - Akers just isn't great kicking in the Meadowlands for whatever reason.


Tony Siragusa also mentioned during the game that we tried different snappers, holders, etc... but Akers kept pushing the ball right.
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I hope we see Kap start a game this year. I don't want to see Alex get hurt, but if we clinch early (not looking likely at all with how tough the division looks, sadly) I'd love to see how he looks. He has so much potential it's insane, and I really think Harbaugh can make him something special. I don't want us to handcuff ourselves to Alex, while even though we know he's pretty solid, we could have something legitimately spectacular in Kaepernick on the bench. I'm with SoCal - next year should be an open competition for the job (barring some major Smith improvement as the season progresses).
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UofMfan909 wrote:
I hope we see Kap start a game this year. I don't want to see Alex get hurt, but if we clinch early (not looking likely at all with how tough the division looks, sadly) I'd love to see how he looks. He has so much potential it's insane, and I really think Harbaugh can make him something special. I don't want us to handcuff ourselves to Alex, while even though we know he's pretty solid, we could have something legitimately spectacular in Kaepernick on the bench. I'm with SoCal - next year should be an open competition for the job (barring some major Smith improvement as the season progresses).


Kaepernick looks like he could be a beast in the redzone. That run TD was just too easy. He's also undoubtedly improved as a passer from last year. That deep strike was actually pretty accurate for a ball that traveled 55 yards in the air. I could see us putting him in the game more and more. Get some yardage on designed QB runs, then once in a while throw the ball while the D is off balance.

If Harbaugh can get Kaep to be a consistent passer, with his running abilities, he has potential to be a star. And i don't think we'd ever suffer in the redzone either.

I wonder if there will be a QB competition at some point, maybe even the 2013 TC? Unless Alex wins the SB this year then i could see it as a possibility.
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