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Game Grades - Panthers at 49ers


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We had what, like 5 dropped passes? Also, although Cam didn't have a great game, he had some stellar throws on 3rd down and long in the 4th. He did what we needed him to do to win.. stop dropping passes Smitty!

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C+ is being to nice to the offense.  Sure they had some nice drives but for the most part they where terrible.  D-

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Seahawk game: 3 drops on 3rd down, bad fumble late that cost us the game. Scored 7 points

Zods reaction: OMFG Shula is awful! "7 points". Coaching grade: F-----


49ers game: 3 huge drops from WR's. 2 bad fumbles late that luckily didnt cost us the game. Scored 10 points

Zod: GREAT COACHING. "If receivers could have caught the ball we would have put them away earlier." Scored 10 points . Coaching grade: A+

;) Welcome aboard Zod. Good to know you've joined those of us who can actually analyze football and realize theres a difference between "coaching" and "execution"

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Special Teams deserves a B+. The fumble was a freak accident result of a blocked punt. Ginn had great returns, and our guys didn't allow shit on coverage.

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I think the offense could really be broken out into position groups for this one:

 

QB - C

RB - C+ (Would be a B if not for Stew's fumble)

WR/TE - D (Would be an F if not for the couple of clutch catches to offset the drops)

OL - B (All things considered)

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Stewart didn't fumble.  The defense player punched the hell out of that ball. 

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Stewart didn't fumble.  The defense player punched the hell out of that ball. 

 

I don't disagree but the fact that SF was gunning for the ball in that situation is Football 101...  can't put it on the ground there.  The Seattle defender punched the hell out of the ball in Deangelo's arms as well, as did Atlanta with LaFell last week. 

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Stewart didn't fumble. The defense player punched the hell out of that ball.


He's gotta have two hands on the ball there and can't put it on the ground....period.
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Stewart didn't fumble.  The defense player punched the hell out of that ball. 

 

And your point? That's called a forced fumble. 

 

Thanks to Tolbert, Stew's not getting roasted today for turning the ball over in a critical situation.

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Point being the defensive play hit it perfectly.  I don't think any runningback could have held onto that ball.

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Point being the defensive play hit it perfectly.  I don't think any runningback could have held onto that ball.

 

Two hands would have.

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