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 in the last four years San Francisco 49ers Hats , the Niners have had very little pass rush success to show for it. Until Thursday. The 49ers kept Derek Carr and AJ McCarron harassed and harried all game, with eight sacks and ten QB hits.If youre thinking, yeah, but Oakland SUCKS! well, youre right. But they are not bad at protecting their passer. In the Raiders first seven games this year, they surrendered just 17 sacks combined, an average of 2.42 sacks per game. Thats less than the league-wide average of 2.58, and in case youre not good at math, its a lot less than eight.On the flip side, Oakland has only seven sacks on opposing quarterbacks for the whole season. With their outburst against the Raiders, San Francisco is actually tied for seventh in the NFL this season, with 24.Oakland had nine drives Thursday, and got sacked on all but one of them. Their only sack-less drive (four plays, turned over on downs) didnt come until the 4th quarter. This was devastating pressure, and it was a huge factor in stifling Oaklands offense.The biggest improvement came not from the Niners DL first rounders, but from two journeyman additions linebacker Dekoda Watson (who returned from injury this game) and defensive end Cassius Marsh. The pair combined for four sacks and six QB hits against Oakland, while the big three only had two sacks between them (one each for DeForest Buckner and Solomon Thomas). But thats not entirely fair. The powerful inside DL collapsing the pocket was a big part of what made sacks from the edge possible. PFF gave Watson and Marsh their highest ratings among the 49ers defense, while Buckner was third.These were not coverage sacks or blitzes, either, with one exception each. The Niners broke through quickly, and Carr didnt have time to look downfield. His longest pass of the day was just 25 yards.Heres a breakdown of the 8 sacks:1) 1Q, 11:15. 1st and 10 at the SF 13 yard lineThe Niners were playing the run on this play action sweep, but the defense adjusted well to the fake. Solomon Thomas got credit for the cheapest sack of the day, as QB Derek Carr ran out of bounds two yards short of the line of scrimmage, and Thomas was simply the closest of five Niners chasing him. Carr even held his ball-carrying arm forward San Francisco 49ers Womens Hoodie , hoping to pick up enough territory to erase the statistical sack. Still, Oakland was poised to score, and this play started a defensive stand that held the Raiders to a field goal. On second and 22 (after a holding penalty), Carr had to throw the ball into the dirt under heavy pressure from the men of the hour, Dekoda Watson and Cassius Marsh. It was ruled an incomplete pass, so the statistical flukes balance out.2) 1Q, 5:53. 2nd and 1 at the Oakland 37This five-yard sack ended up stopping an Oakland drive, which seemed pretty unlikely after a nine-yard gain on first down. And this one belonged to the three first round picks, as the Niners rushed just four again. Buckner closed the deal, after plowing through a double team straight up the middle, but Carr was stepping up to avoid Arik Armstead coming around the edge on his left, and Thomas was closing rapidly on his right.3) 2Q, 8:44. 2nd and 18 at the SF 46After another holding penalty, SF rushed four again but that was plenty. Coming from Carrs left,64, 270-lb. Ronald Blair III pushed big Kolton Miller (68, 307) up in the air like a volleyball, while Marsh on the other edge pushed back Ian Silberman (305 lbs) as fast as the former Niner could move, which wasnt nearly fast enough.Carr saw the two edge rushers closing rapidly and tried to run forward past them, but Marsh threw Silbermans butt into Carrs leg, taking him down.4) 2Q, 2:05. 3rd and 6 at Oaklands 48Four Raiders drives, four sacks without blitzing, four stopped drives. Marsh and Watson came flying in from the edges, basically slamming into each other with Carr in between. That had to hurt.5) 3Q Womens Customized San Francisco 49ers Jerseys , 11:49. 2nd and 8 at the Oakland 27Watson and Marsh again. Watson jumped right up on Kelechi Osemele, faking a move outside then cutting sharply inside right past the guard and wrapping up Carr. Marsh lurked nearby and helped finish. It was all over in a couple of seconds. This left Oakland at 3rd and 12; they gained 8 and punted.6) 3Q 6:59. 3rd and 5 at the Oakland 42Frankly, this was not a sack at all; it was a scorekeepers mistake. For once the Niners blitzed, bringing six; Fred Warner batted down Carrs pass, and guard Gabe Jackson fell on the loose ball. Maybe they ruled that Jackson caught Carrs batted pass for a reception, then fumbled and recovered it? Whatever, the score was already 31 to 3, and Oakland had just failed in their latest drive. San Francisco wasnt going to say anything when handed an undeserved six yards of field position, and Jon Gruden had apparently stopped grinding by this point.7) 4Q, 14:04. 3rd and 9 at the San Francisco 20Oakland was threatening to score again, and this sack saved three, seven or even eight points. (The field goal attempt that followed doinked off the post.)Carr dropped back to pass, facing four-man pressure, but the left side of his pocket collapsed, with a lot of blockers and rushers all bunched together. He actually had a lot of room to run to this right, at first, but he dawdled until Arik Armstead came around that way, cutting off his escape.At that point Carr tried to sprint forward and left but ran into the backs of his own blockers, and the face of Cassius Marsh. Marsh even pried the ball loose and up into the air, though only after the QB was down. This play put the final nail in the coffin for the Raiders hopes. 4Q, 2:54. 1st and 10 at the Oakland 48AJ McCarron was in by this point, a clear sign that Oakland had given up, but the Niners didnt let up on the pressure. This one was all Ronald Blair III, racing by right tackle Brandon Parker (with a friendly slap on the shoulder) to chase down McCarron.All in all, this was a dominating game by the pass rushers against an above average pass defense. I think its safe to say that if the Niners continue to get at least one sack on every drive www.49erscheapshops.com , they will continue to win.Finally, a note on sack celebrations. Cassius Marshs swirl kick is impressive is that capoeira? but I find myself wanting him to do something different.I was much more impressed by DeForest Buckners, um, swaggie squats? At 67 and 300 pounds, the disruptive DT shows amazing fluidity and flexibility. I bet hes great at songs where you go to floor, like Rock Lobster and Flo Ridas Low.Be that as it may, this is the kind of problem you love to have. With any luck, Buckner and Marsh will rack up so many sacks going forward that well all get sick to death of both celebrations.How many touchdown passes will Patrick Mahomes throw in Week 3? The San Francisco 49ers defense faces a huge test on Sunday when they host the Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes has been on fire through the first two weeks, throwing ten touchdowns while completing 69.1 percent of his passes. Hes actually only tenth in the league in passing yards, but his efficiency has resulted in the second highest passer rating through two weeks (143.3).Mahomes threw four touchdown passes in Week 1 and six in Week 2. Whether you think hell match or exceed that, or will come in short, a betting option is available at Bovada!Bovada set an over/under of two for Patrick Mahomes touchdown passes in Week 3. When this total opened, the over was even money (1/1 odds), while the under was installed at -140 (5/7 odds). That meant the under was favored. Since then, the line has evened out to -120 for each. Maybe they thought regression was in order, only to see some quick bets on the over.How many passes do you see Mahomes throwing this week? I think we see a shootout in this game, and am inclined to bet the over.Bovada also offered up odds on whether or not Mahomes and/or Ryan Fitzpatrick will throw for four or more touchdown passes for the third straight week. Mahomes is the favorite there at 9/4, followed by Fitzpatrick, then both, then neither.If you cant see the poll below, click here.

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