Ron's strength as a coach would be that he's able to get the most out of his players. From what we can tell the players will fight for Ron on the field and that speaks volumes. I'm sure most here have played for an idiot coach that just likes to yell and scream for the sake of it and you'd tune him out immediately. Ron seems to understand the communication part with the players very well and that's huge,
However, (to add on to your post) Game managing and planning don't seem to be a strength for Ron. He's 0-5 after a bye week (including playoffs) and that says a lot as well IMO. We've all witness many times in-game decisions back fire on Ron. Ron and his staff can make a HUGE statement by going into Seattle and coming out with a W. I believe we have the talent on this team to compete with anyone, it's up to the coaching staff to put it all together now.
Just like Bene had good coverage in the playoffs last year but Wilson/Kearse made the better play. That's what's so frustrating about Seattle, whether it's Wilson dodging tacklers in the backfield or Lynch running people over they just flat out make plays
Would love to see Seattle lose tonight and again next week in Cincy but both seem pretty unlikely. They might be 1-2 but St.Louis always plays them tough and winning in GB against Rodgers is never easy. Graham got more involved last week I expect to see a heavy dose of JG again tonight
Yeah it's not like the guy hasn't had 7 seasons of 1000+ rec yards or anything... Boldin ran a 4.7 at the combine, he's never been a burner but he knows how to get open. Greg Olsen is another guy who is slow but knows how to get open, seems to be working fine for him.
Boldin had a step on Shields yesterday but Kaep horribly under threw what could've been a 70 yarder. The guy is still capable of going deep. Boldin is that tough type WR this team needs and is missing due to KB being hurt. Boldin has strong hands and would be a huge asset to Cam in the redzone. I really don't know how anyone can watch our current group of WR's and turn down the idea of trading for someone like Boldin.