Mel Tucker Will Return

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  1. butkus3595

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    He didn't crack under pressure. He's the reason they had a chance to win the game. His coach should have used a timeout after his long run instead of asking him to throw a touch pass directly after it. The 49ers lost in part because of poor coaching decisions.
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    Yes but Wilson also has the legit threat of lynch. Gore was a non-factor yesterday.
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    Yes. he cracked. Three turnovers in 4th quarter. I thought the Seahawks had worse coaching, especially their play-calling in red zone.
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    One was a poor throw, the other was a blind side sack, and the last input on harbaugh just as much as him. Either way he gave them a chance to win...something nobody else on that offense was doing.
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    Kap isn't that good fellas (as a traditional passer). He had way better receiving weapons than Wilson and crapped himself in the 4th. He can't throw an accurate touch pass to save his life. His throws are all bullets. When Gore and Davis don't show up, he's a runner that's all.
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    He's not a good passer, but what's worse is that he makes bad decisions about throwing into coverage twice in the 4th and took way too long to get rid of it on the play where he was stripped (reminds me of Cutler at his worst). He doesn't have poise under pressure. The TV media guys overlook all that, as they are in love with his running. Jimmy Johnson was the exception in the post-game, where he said Kapernick is good with the legs but not the arm.
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