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The 49ers Better Use Our Games As Film

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Or they should kill themselves if they don't

Game 1 and 2

I'll tell if they did or didn't. On defense it should be nothing but a 3 or 4 man rush, no blitzes. On offense I can't really point out what we did... Cam is just Cam against ATL. I can only think of the TE position. I just have a feeling Colin lack of experience will cause them to lose

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they have a smart coaching staff so i'm sure they're devouring cam's film right now. he ripped the falcons in both games.

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Like I've said before, get ready to be bitter over commentators talking up Kaepernick dominating and running all over them as if no QB has ever done it before, even though it'll be based on our game film. Always the bridesmaid.

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To beat the Falcons, it is really simple - the trenches. Atlanta is simply not any good there and when going up against a squad that can expose it, they do not fare well. The loss of Clemons was huge for Seattle. But we saw how Seattle's offensive line dominated ATL's defensive line. San Fran has an even nastier offensive line and a defensive line/pass rushers that will cause fits for ATL's offensive line.

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if you get the lead, keep the ball out of their hands and keep piling on the points.

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if you get the lead, keep the ball out of their hands and keep piling on the points.

That's another thing. Start off fast and physical

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I think they know what they are doing.

Oh I'm sure but it doesn't hurt to watch what one of the best defensive coordinators in Rivera did with not the greatest overall talent on defense

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man they should zone read atlanta to death, this is pretty much the reason the seahawks lost is because they didnt use the zone read til the second half

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Of course they are going to watch those tapes.

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