#1 www.the49ersclub.com von hongwei28 17.05.2019 04:27

Getting to know what Dee Ford will be doing on defense"Earlier today Womens Mitch Wishnowsky Jersey , we wrote about Kris Kocurek and what the defensive line coaches addition means for the San Francisco 49ers draft. Let’s take a deeper look at what “Wide 9” even means. Here’s a list of “techniques” to reference.So when you hear somebody reference “Deforest Buckner plays 3-tech”, they’re saying he is lined up over the outside shoulder of the guard. You’ll see the “4i” or any “i” designation in the graphic above. That’s just letting you know a player is on the inside shoulder of the offensive lineman.What the Wide 9 looks likeWe care about what the significance of the “Wide 9” is, though. The entire point of this is spacing. Your defensive ends get a couple extra yards of space, which gives them an opportunity to build some momentum as they rush the passer. You get better angles, as well. Kocurek was with the Miami Dolphins last year. This sack my Cameron Wake gives you an idea of the benefits that lining up in the “Wide 9” presents.From left to right, there is a 9t, 3t, 2i, and a 9t. This ensures that someone gets a 1-on-1. It’s not always going to be your edge rusher, though.This is where the value of Dee Ford comes in. Ford is going to get attention against everyone he faces. That gets us back to the benefit of the spacing. This is Kansas City Chiefs star Chris Jones. Buckner will see this a handful of games. On obvious passing downs, with the addition of two pass rushers, Buckner will be better in 2019. That’s scary.It’s not all sunshine and rainbows. You usually stay away from this on early downs, or short yardage situations, because of the running lanes. Your linebackers aren’t protected. You’re giving up five yards before the running back is even contested. Any run that is going off tackle has a good chance of being successful.Bosa effectIt’s not taking a shot at Bosa saying this isn’t his best fit. Here’s a better way to put it. If Bosa lines up in a 9-technique, he’s going to have at least five sacks. He’s that good. He’s just better when he’s right on top of the tackle. Whether that’s a 5 or a 7-technique. Bosa is so proficient with his hands and can counter that initial move by the tackle, that you’d want him to be close. Bosa has a better chance at getting 10 sacks lined up closer.Why would you want to move that further away from the line? He’s a really good athlete. That’s not what is in question here. It’s just putting Bosa in the best position for him. Bosa is scheme proof, though.Golden Nuggets: Wake Me Up When Monday Comes Around Good morning folks, unfortunately Mitch Wishnowsky San Francisco 49ers Jersey , that time of the season is upon us when we’ve got our first Sunday of football sans 49ers. Like many of you fine people, I’ve put off many Sunday projects over the past several weeks, and finally, the day has come where I have no legitimate excuse to avoid doing them. I’d love to tell you about the wonderful* slate of games scheduled for tomorrow, but, frankly, I don’t know what they are. I’ve got stuff to build, and my fantasy football season is akin to a plastic bag floating aimlessly in the wind until week 8 when Le’Veon Bell returns. The 49ers finished their week of practice yesterday, and the injury report, while shorter than it had appeared earlier in the week, remains saturated with offensive linemen, and in a new development, wide receivers. Linemen Joe Staley, Weston Richburg, and Mike Person remain questionable to play on Monday after the trio were all on a limited basis on Saturday’s practice. However, the WR group is showing up all over the injured list - Dante Pettis remains out, Trent Taylor has missed every practice this week and is optimistically considered doubtful, and Pierre Garcon is listed as questionable. Fortunately Fred Warner Jersey , Marquise Goodwin has since returned as a full participant and is expected to be available for Monday, after a murky several weeks suffering with a deep thigh bruise.In other news, Chris Biderman, now of the Sac Bee, has officially jumped the shark. Ladies and/or gentlemen, we’ve got the first technical 2019 offseason preview that I’ve read so far this year. I’m not talking about the “wAy ToO eArLy 2o19 MoCk!” that gets published 45 minutes after the first round of the draft ends, either, folks. Biderman has thrown in the towel, and he’s already preparing for free agency & mock draft season. I know things look bad now, but a 12-4 season finish is a mere 11 game winning streak away. Keep the faith!Saturday injury report | Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay Area | Biderman, Sac Bee | Madson, NinerswireYoung WRs to get more snaps with injured starters | Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay AreaK’Waun WIlliams hit with $20k fine for roughing the passer | Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay AreaRichard Sherman doesn’t see youth as an excuse | Almquist, KNBRA look ahead at the 2019 offseason | Biderman, Sac Bee

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