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Lions Bad news Frank Gore Jersey , 49ers fans: of the six sacks allowed by the team against the Lions in Week 2, only half could be considered coverage sacks. After the game, I saw many 49ers fans attributing the sacks to coverage sacks and not on any offensive lineman in particular. More accurately, people were hesitant to place the blame on Jimmy Garoppolo, but in doing some extensive film review, thereís really only a couple sacks I can pin on the offensive line.This week, Iím going to try something a little a different and give a verdict for each sack after my short breakdowns of the coaches film. This batch of six sacks were actually fairly tough to analyze as a group, because a couple of them really could be blamed on multiple parties, from Garoppolo to the offensive play design to the defensive play design.Either way, there are six sacks and 12 gifs to get through, so letís jump in.Note: if these gifs appear tiny for some reason (an issue some have reported on Google Chrome), click them to make them the proper size, which is 555 x 308. Iím not sure why theyíre coming up tiny, but weíre looking into it.8:22 of 1st Quarter, 1st-and-Goal at DET 10: Garoppolo sacked for -8 yards (Jarrad Davis)Coverage sacks in the red one are the worst, arenít they? Everybody holds their own here, and George Kittle even makes a really good second effort to try and get to the man who eventually brings Garoppolo down, but he canít stop him. I thought both tight ends did an excellent job on this play, and you canít fault Kittle too much for it as it lasted an awfully long time.. I do think there was room for Garoppolo to scramble ó and on first down, it would make sense. This is where I fault Garoppolo ó yes the coverage is solid, but it looks like both of those receivers are running timing routes, and if he has al ittle trust in his man, he could hit either of them ó but by the time they are actually open (and the man up top is close enough that his route could be jumped, so itís not a guaranteed touchdown by any means), Garoppolo is brought down.Verdict: Not an amazing play design by any stretch, but Garoppolo could have found his man to the left. No fault on the offensive line here, and you could call this one a coverage sack.7:36 of 1st Quarter, 2nd-and-Goal at DET 18: Garoppolo sacked for -9 yards (Devon Kennard)One-on-one, Kennard simply beats Mike McGlinchey on this play. He looks like heís got it handled initially, but simply cannot get his hips around fast enough Jaquiski Tartt Jersey , allowing the edge rusher to get around and bring down Garoppolo. Garoppolo looked like he was just about ready to uncork one over the middle on the slant.The Lions play close coverage on the play, but after the initial linebacker is past, Garoppolo definitely has a man over the middle. Itís a tight window, but one that great quarterbacks can and should hit. That said, McGlinchey was beaten pretty soundly on the play.Verdict: McGlincheyís fault.5:34 of 2nd Quarter, 3rd-and-8 at DET 14: Garoppolo sacked for -10 yards (Eli Harold)Joe Staley doesnít get faked out often, but Eli Harold gets him and Laken Tomlinson good on this play, just before he gets Garoppolo. The line tries to crash together and Staley gives Garoppolo an extra second or two by recovering in time. Tomlinson was in a position where he would have had to hold on the play. McGlinchey and Richburg handle their men ó letís take a look downfield.Thereís an awful lot of contact, enough of it for a flag in my opinion, at the bottom of the screen there. Unfortunately, the only man to get open is underneath, and his man is close enough tackle him before the 3rd-and-8 can be converted. The rest of the receivers arenít open, and had no prospects of getting open.Verdict: Staley and Tomlinsonís fault, though the lack of a penalty bugs me, especially with a referee right there.1:42 of 2nd Quarter, 2nd-and-10 at SF 13: Garoppolo sacked for -9 yards (Christian Jones)Mike Person picks up this blitzer, but is easily faked out by Jones pretending to drop back into coverage. Person goes to help McGlinchey, but instead, Jones has a clear line at the quarterback and drills him. Staley does an excellent job on the other side, and Richburg also holds his own.Itís a 2nd-and-10, and by the time two of his receivers ó the bottom two in the gif, have broken on their routes and are open. If this is supposed to be a short throw in the 49ersí own territory, Garoppolo has more than enough time to let the ball go. The deep routes are covered well by the Lions, but Garoppolo would never have a shot at throwing to them anyway.Verdict: Person and Garoppolo both get blame here. Gotta get that ball out.7:47 of 4th Quarter, 2nd-and-10 at SF 25: Garoppolo sacked for -4 yards (Davis)The offensive line does a good job of individually blocking their men, but by design, the wide alignment by the Lions spreads things out. Garoppolo, unfortunately, plays right into their hands by bouncing outside. Letís see if thereís anything downfield (other than the holding you can see about halfway through the gif).When Garoppolo first sets his feet, he has one man over the middle who is being held (albeit briefly) and who the safety is looking to follow initially. Garoppolo has already started to run by the time he gets someone open at the 30-yard line at the bottom of the screen http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-patrick-willis-jersey , and when Garoppolo is running, nobody on the other side of the field manages to get open. Two of the receivers get so close to each other that it would be foolish to throw it with two defenders.Verdict: Coverage sack, which in this case Iíll assign blame to the play design because Iím not sure what routes they were supposed to be running against that defense. 1:41 of 4th Quarter, 3rd-and-8 at 50: Garoppolo sacked for -10 yards (Kennard)Kittle loses containment on his man first, but thereís a delayed blitz right behind him. Unfortunately, Garoppolo only sees Kittleís man getting to him, and not the man behind him, so he rolls out to his right instead of his left. Letís see if anything downfield was the reason for that.Again, there are short throws over the middle, and the man at the bottom of the screen is likely the reason Garoppolo wants to roll out to his right as opposed to his left, but nobody is really open. The routes, as usual, are taking too long to develop.Verdict: Itíd be easy to pin this one on Kittle, and to a point thatís accurate, but it was also really great play design and a great play call by the Lions, to the point where this could be called a coverage sack or a blown play in general. A very team-friendly contract compared to the rest of the NFL"ESPNís Dan Graziano ranked how married all 32 teams are to their starting quarterbacks. Graziano ranked the teams by tiers and commitment level. For example, Atlanta Falconís QB Matt Ryan is number one on the list. Heís signed through 2023, but itís the structure of his contract and the amount of money heís receiving that earns him the top spot.For the San Francisco 49ers, their commitment to Jimmy Garoppolo may not be as high as on the list as one would think. He comes in at No. 17 on the list, in the ďprove itĒ tier, ranking behind Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr. Hereís the excerpt on Jimmy G:Flexibility is nice. Thereís always the what-if question. What if Garoppoloís gunslinger mentality comes back to bite him and he doesnít turn out to be the quarterback the Niners had hoped? Even then, youíre likely not moving on from Garoppolo. There are plenty of middling quarterbacks in the NFL. Guys like Case Keenum, Nick Foles, and Joe Flacco are still getting deals. Garoppolo is more talented than each of them. When you look at his situation, surroundings, and the guy who is calling his plays, itís tough to imagine a situation where he doesnít pan out, barring injury.

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