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How to use Cam by watching the San Fran/Seattle game.

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CRA    12,196

They run Kapernick.

Not running Newton with all our fakes is starting to make it easy on the opposing D

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frash.exe    10,822

kapernick and wilson are both more accurate and fundamentally sound than newton.

how about fixing that first.

 

Step 1: fire coaching staff

 

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toldozer    2,301

does he have to throw every time while on the run?

No but he would need to do it some to keep from getting hammered every other play

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teeray    16,204

We have a poo o-line. Quit running so many long developing plays.

Someone in another thread said he can't make those shorter throws.

BS against Seattle he had 3 throws of 10+ yards and completed 70% of his throws with two drops.

Quit trying to make him throw 15+ yards every play. Pick our spots better. Let him get in a rhythm.

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pstall    5,759

i agree. sprinkle in a roll out here and there to sucker the corners in and do some quick slants.

 

you have to make the d think more and react more instead of letting them pin their ears back.

 

due to the O line being awful all the more reason to move Cam around ever so often to offset any rush.

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teeray    16,204

In order for roll outs to be effective you have to establish a run game. We weren't really interested in doing that today because coaches were scared media would second guess them again

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liljah8303    17

The problem is our coaches, before the season stated they weren't going to let cam run as much. Now he is being held back. Just let him play football. Always let a player play to his strengths. Roll outs and waggles, designed runs, read options. Also quit the long developing plays and making him a one dimensional pocket passer. He's not Peyton, he's Cam

Sometimes a coach can out coach himself.

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