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Thread: Why Pressuring Mark Sanchez Is Crucial for San Francisco Defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Hey another thread by rmeyer52, trolling and pretending to be a Jets fan, with a shameless "hey look at me" obsession in creating threads on this board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
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    Every single day, Troll Treads by this RMoron

    Soooooo old

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonEJet View Post
    Every single day, Troll Treads by this RMoron

    Soooooo old
    Then why jump into a thread just to whine about it?

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    Every single day, Troll Treads by this RMoron

    Soooooo old
    You're better at sex than anyone - all you needs is a partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    Then why jump into a thread just to whine about it?
    Because he has no life and the best part of him wound up as yellow stain on the bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    Keep it up.
    Hey, don't be depressed..... Cartman's mom is a crack whore too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Hey another thread by rmeyer52, trolling and pretending to be a Jets fan, with a shameless "hey look at me" obsession in creating threads on this board.
    How many different user names do you have on this board? Talk about someone in desperate need of a life ! f you ever become a father, can I have one of the puppies?

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    fortunately we have last week's tape that explains how SF got took

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist View Post
    What was surprising about the game against the Dolphins was that Sanchez was very good under pressure.
    thats that prob, he's only good under pressure. i think they should let him call more of his own plays. i think that will sharpen him up more

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelForbin View Post
    thats that prob, he's only good under pressure. i think they should let him call more of his own plays. i think that will sharpen him up more
    While Mark is dead last in completion of passes that stat doesn't tell the story of dropped passes or receivers who could not get open. I like Sanchez but he still is a kid and needs to be more of an assertive leader

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    Under head coach Jim Harbaugh, the San Francisco 49ers are a perfect 4-0 in games following a loss.

    The Niners' Week 3 upset loss to the Minnesota Vikings was an uncharacteristic performance for the Red and Gold, to say the least. The defense failed to consistently rush the passer, and when they did, Christian Ponder was able to escape and make several key plays on the move.

    One key way to get back in the win for the 49'res is to ramp up the pressure and keep Jets QB Mark Sanchez from finding a rhythm throughout the game.

    Ponder was able to successfully ward off 49ers pass-rushers and connect with his receivers on several remarkably accurate throws. He's second in the NFL in completion percentage (70.1) right now, and it's not because he played the defensively inept Jaguars and Colts the first two weeks of the season, either.

    Aaron Rodgers and Matt Stafford, the first two QBs the Niners faced this year, ranked in the top five in completion percentage in 2011, so life hasn't been easy for San Fran in pass coverage thus far in 2012.

    Aside from Minnesota, though, they've performed admirably.

    Sanchez is an excellent change of pace for the Niners in that he currently ranks dead last in the NFL in completion percentage (50.5) and is typically horrid under pressure.

    In 2011, Pro Football Focus graded the Jets signal-caller as the most inaccurate QB in the league when facing pressure. In 2010, PFF again graded Sanchez as the NFL's least accurate passer under pressure.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ncisco-defense
    when is not putting pressure on the QB not the right thing to do, ever ? sit back and watch Brady get his panties get wrapped around his neck in game 7
    Last edited by ColonelForbin; 09-30-2012 at 10:47 AM.

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    Pressure on the QB you say?


    That's just crazy enough to work!!

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    this is pretty damning. sanchez is a really good quarterback as long as you keep him clean and his receivers get wide open. he can't function after you punch him in the mouth once and cannot throw his receivers open, instead he waits till they're blatantly open. these 2 facts are preventing him from being a top qb. otherwise he has they physical skills, drive and work ethic.

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    There are some Qb's who react better to pressure and have a better pocket presence than Sanchez. Over the past couple of weeks I have seen some very good blitz's picked up by great OL and OB's. Just a second or two more could mean the difference between a completion and incomplete but of course receivers have to catch the balls thrown their way

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    At times it looks like the game is still too fast for Mark, especially when pressured in the pocket. He's gonna have to get to the next level, and now. And yea, we can't afford to have our receivers dropping balls in the numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelForbin View Post
    At times it looks like the game is still too fast for Mark, especially when pressured in the pocket. He's gonna have to get to the next level, and now. And yea, we can't afford to have our receivers dropping balls in the numbers.
    Exactly. Good post

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    poll

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    b) threads started by patriot diehard fan rmeyer52

    c) all of the above
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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    Keep it up.
    He can't. Lets chip in and buy him viagra!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetBidi View Post
    The defense just taking the field is enough to pressure Sanchez.
    You sir, deserve a cookie.



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    Grow the F up.
    I find this post comical and ironic.


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    Last edited by Vin; 09-30-2012 at 12:08 PM.

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