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49ers News: Can Jimmy Garoppolo Do Enough to Defeat the Seahawks?



We talked about how the defense of the San Francisco 49er Russell Wilson will slow down. Now is the time to look to the other side of the ball where quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and Company have shot at all cylinders. There have been several reasons for the Niners' offensive explosion in recent weeks, but it must begin with the addition of Emmanuel Sanders. Jimmy G and Sanders look like a duo that has been playing together for years and not less than two weeks.

Griffin meets with me again to discuss what to expect when the 49er's offensive is on the field.

Griffin

While the Seahawks' offensive against the 49er's defense is a more balanced and less predictable match, the reversal is a great deal crooked. The 49ers are obviously whirring on the ground and in the air, and the Seahawks defense has systemic design and execution issues.

They are in almost every statistical category of passing defense the bottom of the barrel. You can not rush the passerby. You can not travel long enough to compensate. They are forced to use three linebackers because they do not have a nickel corner, and then have to constantly send their SAM linebacker Mychal Kendricks because they have some speed frenzy. And if five are sent so often, the coverage will be further aggravated, because then they meet a man in the background and the pressure does not come home often enough.

It's bad first and foremost a Cover 3 team, even with the loss of Earl Thomas. They had instability in the safety position due to injuries. Bradley McDougald is a damn good and versatile safety guard when he is healthy, but his game speed seems to be dwindling this year and has been burned (he has also made incredible games, so he's a mixed bag right now). They will often give him match duties for a close ending to 2×2 formations and be responsible for the # 3 receiver to 3x1s. In San Francisco, there are a lot of people who can threaten the seams, so the encounter could be the most interesting. Of course, the health of George Kittle will also determine the make-up of this match. You have to give Kittle the edge on the paper, but McDougald will fight back.

KP

Kittle will do anything to try on Monday night, but I imagine we'll see Garrett Celek elevated in his stead. Not having Kittle will be a heavy blow to the offensive, but, as Griffin mentioned, we're not talking about defending your Seahawk in the past.


Seattle's defense is also a key element when it comes to allowing explosive games. In the middle of the field no Earl Thomas patrolling, the player deterring. Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett do not put their hands on the ground to rush the passers-by. The Seahawks are 31st in adjusted sack rate. As Griffin said, if you need to generate pressure, it leaves holes in your defense. The 49er receivers have trouble this season to separate from the men's coverage. You have no problems with zone. From the point of view of the match-up, San Francisco will win the game, even though Kittle can not go, although I'm worried about the safety of newcomers playing games.

Griffin

The other starting security is beginner Marquise Blair. He has an exciting ability. In college he was first and foremost a down safety player, and Seattle downplayed him in the apartment, but last week almost exclusively covered the FS 3. They let him melt quite deep at the sale of Deep Concepts and I expect that Shanahan will attack.

Bobby Wagner and KJ Wright are still the strong points of defense when it comes to linebackers. Both had some bad moments, especially Wright, whose age is showing. However, part of it is the 3-Deep-3-Under structure, which covers the pressure sent by defense coordinator Ken Norton Jr. to put them in difficult situations as the pressure is not really coming home. Wagner still relies on closing the middle of the field if he has Match Assignments on Receiver # 3, regardless of the Coverage Shell. Together with McDougald, he is being tried in this arena. Wright has also received these orders. His intelligence and positional preservation is still outstanding. Even so, his diminishing speed can hurt him, and given Shanahan's penchant for matchups that favor his offense, I'll hold my breath if KJ is thrown into the weak hook to trigger.

The construction of these pressures has worsened from attempting to hit kill shots and more, inviting a simple throw that Norton would like his inferior players to kill. It works in theory, but the design was spotty with bad views on tracking and combat. I'm sure Jimmy G has handled well over four players this year, so Seattle will be a must. Before that, of course, Jadeveon Clowney and Jarran Reed have to play the lead roles. Reed had great games against San Francisco last year, but has not recovered his form from 2018 since he returned from suspension. This could give Seattle's defense a fight. Clowney has not stuffed any bags yet, but his Bullrush and his inner swimming and flapping movements have lived the whole season, but without surrounding impact players, the guards slipped to him all year round. A potential additional differentiator for Seattle is the versatile lineman Quinton Jefferson. He has reduced several burdens at the beginning of the year before injuring himself. What I noticed about him is his uncanny ability to slip blocks and get into the back field against the slip-resistance through game action. His reentry will be needed for a desperate pass rush.

If there is a bright spot in Seattle's collective defense, it has found it defends the run. Shanahan is known for his outer zone scheme, but I understand he's been diversifying his activities lately. Seattle has a better chance of putting the braces on the running game than the passing game. Therefore, they must concentrate on the downhill race to improve their pass rush and to force the 3rd place, and yearn as much as possible thereafter.

Other starting security is rookie Marquise Blair. He has an exciting ability. In college he was first and foremost a down safety player, and Seattle downplayed him in the apartment, but last week almost exclusively covered the FS 3. They let him melt quite deep at the sale of Deep Concepts and I expect that Shanahan will attack.

Bobby Wagner and KJ Wright are still the strong points of defense when it comes to linebackers. Both had some bad moments, especially Wright, whose age is showing. However, part of it is the 3-Deep-3-Under structure, which covers the pressure sent by defense coordinator Ken Norton Jr. to put them in difficult situations as the pressure is not really coming home. Wagner still relies on closing the middle of the field if he has Match Assignments on Receiver # 3, regardless of the Coverage Shell. Together with McDougald, he is being tried in this arena. Wright has also received these orders. His intelligence and positional preservation is still outstanding. Even so, his diminishing speed can hurt him, and given Shanahan's penchant for matchups that favors his offense, I'll hold my breath as KJ tugs into the weak hook.

The construction of these pressures has worsened from attempting to hit kill shots and more, inviting a simple throw that Norton would like his inferior players to kill. It works in theory, but the design was spotty with bad views on tracking and combat. I'm sure Jimmy G handled the pressure of more than four players this year. Seattle will be an absolute must. Before that, of course, Jadeveon Clowney and Jarran Reed have to play the lead roles. Reed had great games against San Francisco last year, but has not recovered his form from 2018 since he returned from suspension. This could give Seattle's defense a fight. Clowney has not stuffed any bags yet, but his Bullrush and his inner swimming and flapping movements have lived the whole season, but without surrounding impact players, the guards slipped to him all year round. A potential additional differentiator for Seattle is the versatile lineman Quinton Jefferson. He cut some of the strain at the beginning of the year before injuring himself. What I noticed about him is his uncanny ability to slip blocks and get into the back field against the slip-resistance through game action. His reentry will be needed for a desperate pass rush.

If there is a bright spot in Seattle's collective defense, it has found it defends the barrel. Shanahan is known for his outdoor zone scheme, but I understand he's been diversifying his activities lately. Seattle has a better chance of putting the braces on the running game than the passing game. Therefore, they need to focus on the run down to improve their pass and to force the 3rd place, and they demand as much as possible.

KP

In the last two weeks we have seen Sanders camped in the middle of the field. He can have ten catches on Monday evening. Crossing tracks, combinations where San Francisco puts Seattle's linebackers on track, and horizontal stretching of the field are what I expect. Jimmy's quick withdrawal and ball placement have recently allowed recipients to step forward after catching, and Garoppolo has done well under pressure. He bought time with his legs and made games.

Jimmy G leads the league in throws that suffered first defeats per attempt. He is also the first in% of the throws on the third descent that go for the first descent. pic.twitter.com/2DUClEBnkz

– KP (@KP_Show) November 7, 2019

Garoppolo feels at ease when bodies fly around him. Being quiet in your pocket is what distinguishes the competent from the big ones.

Will Seattle load the box without Kittle forcing the receivers to win 1-on-1? Here is a look at the Seahawks Run Defense from the point of view of success rate as well as the production of directional rushing via Sharp Football Stats. I wonder in which direction Shanahan will run!

Matt Breida, Tevin Coleman and Deebo Samuel have been fantastic this season, breaking duels and reaching more meters than you would expect. The Seahawks have missed the eleventh most battles in the NFL. All signs point to this match in favor of San Francisco. Play your game, and the Niners should remain undefeated.


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