Disclaimer: We apologize for the audio quality in this episode. Technical difficulties caused a bad stutter throughout this episode, and we understand if that makes it too difficult to listen to. Thank you to those who power through.
On this week’s episode of the Better Rivals podcast, we have many things on our mind after the most exciting 49ers game in several years. Is the front seven generating enough pressure? (3:09) Is the Rams offense legit or are the 49ers just back to the same old crap defensively? (24:02) And what finally clicked with Brian Hoyer and the passing game? (36:03) All that, plus Joe Staley owns Robert Quinn, how Tank Carradine’s absence impacts the defensive line, and what to watch against the Cardinals (47:28).
A Shanahan staple concept is Yankee. Versus cover 3 the over route by Garçon is wide open. Great call. Great execution. pic.twitter.com/G0tSvGsgP4— Oscar Aparicio (@BetterRivals) September 27, 2017
Yankee again, but this time Hoyer sees MOFO. Takes a shot, trusts his receiver, and Goodwin rewards him. Slight under throw probably helps pic.twitter.com/PttRWY6LsW— Oscar Aparicio (@BetterRivals) September 27, 2017
Shanahan put his creativity on display with this version of 4 verts. When people say he schemes people open this is what they mean. pic.twitter.com/DUugbxjND2— Oscar Aparicio (@BetterRivals) September 27, 2017