And to the touchdown, it's Johnson on to kick it away.
Catch fielded in the end zone.
And the decision to come out is going to cost him five yards in the new rule as he's taken down right at the 20 yard line.
A chance for us to look now at this 49ers defense.
And the intersection, the last time they were out there ended up leading to a touch down.
So the only thing they didn't get really was the
Because that's what everyone wants.
They get taken a meal to the end zone but they're also capitalised on the take away.
Surely this is the six points they were looking for.
Shot them up pretty, got the touchdown now they're back out there defensively.
When defense can get to the quarter back out quickly, a lot of times it's called a jailbreak.
It wasn't quite that fast, but fast enough that he had no time to look down field and set himself to throw the ball and if he tried to do that [INAUDIBLE]
They go play action for Jennings, now Manning.
Looking for [INAUDIBLE] and it's intercepted.
Picked off by the [INAUDIBLE] [SOUND] [INAUDIBLE] Throw a dangerous pass over the middle into zone coverage and a bit of [UNKNOWN].
But it's really difficult when you throw it [UNKNOWN]
In that direction and versus that zone.
That means the linebackers have gotten to that spot, gotten their heads back around, and they can see the quarterback and everything in front of them.
And they take big advantage of it going the other direction, blocking to pick up a touchdown.
So they throw the
[UNKNOWN] they'll get another shot at it now as this one's in the air.
That will be taken in the end-zone.
A strong running.
Penalty marker is down here, and the decision to bring it out, a good one as he's up a yard or two shy of the 30.
Block in the back, return team.
Dallas playback here on first round.
Steps away to his left.
That's a tackle and he goes down.
Just inside the ten Nine.
We don't usually get a sack from a [UNKNOWN] we got one there.
No, we don't, and a lot of the times, [UNKNOWN] they end up off the field anyway.
So how happy was he to work his way back into quarterback and put them on the ground?
He's gotta go for the nickname after something like that.
The Big Jelly or something In the middle here, to the nell.
Call it a gain of 13 yards on the play.
And that's gonna bring him down.
Almost not there.
The big guy running the corner out, being able to lean and push and get to where he wants.
So how do you stop it?
A lot of times you want to have a linebacker on him, a bigger bodies guy who can handle him physically but a lot of times that doesn't work
As well, because his quickness often wins the route.
So they'll give a little extra time to come up with a
Back now here in Santa Clara, it's the Giants with position of the football but needing points as we start quarter number four.
Throwing is Manning on third down.
[UNKNOWN] third down.
Picked off by [UNKNOWN]
Kenneth Acker, and his guys are gonna take over at the 39 yard line.
Partner, we always talked about possessions being a premium in these games, and now in this situation, throwing an interception here where you have to claw your way back in, that one's gonna hurt and in a big way.
And San Francisco gets set to go here.
And that last drive, a long drive, but not just that, those were a great airplane there.
Do we stick with that?
I would think that they would because if they're competent enough to do it on the last thing backed up in their own territory, why would you change anything?
They got to be confident about what they're presenting and continue to do so.
Yeah, so because the secondary, they really look clueless.
And that was amazing because that drive went and went
Just missed and they'll be plagued by the defense.
Knocked the ball away.
[SOUND] Carlos Hyde with the target.
And it will be third and ten.
So it's second down incompletion, now brings up third down.
On your right, on your right.
The throw to Stanfording hes got his guy.
Passes over the middle they'll give him eight on the play, and that's going to make it fourth down.
Learning much about offense is what we call
Yardage, you throw the ball to someone, they catch it and then they can make a big play.
They create a play, run after catch.
They did a really nice job here of limiting that and keeping him from a first down.
Yeah, stopped him in his tracks.
And with things looking pretty good on the scoreboard they're gonna keep the offense out there and go for it here on four.
They'll run for it, Hyde.
Carlos Hyde turned away on fourth down.
And the Giants are going to get the football back.
And I am not sure what the mindset was to go for.
I don't know.
Some people just feel like possession is the key to everything.
They just want to have the football in their hands [SOUND] Goes to the other team [INAUDIBLE].
An incomplete, a drop there in the middle third of the field.
That will bring second down.
But any pass in the middle of the field.
Anyone is being after the football should be conscience that it's probably gonna be contended, and often physically.
Sometimes [UNKNOWN] a draw.
Well he's brought down after a good gain.
A really good pickup of 28 yards.
Remember when we used to use the slash moniker to talk about a player playing multiple positions?
How about just slashing through a defense, unable to tackle this guy.
And two three people bouncing off of him.
Manning now to throw.
He couldn't quite hold it.
You know it's not an easy job to get the pass when people are trying to tackle you and knock the ball away but the bottom line is the pass that you gotta have and the pass you should have caught.
Manning will try again on second down.
[APPLAUSE] and it hit [UNKNOWN] It's incomplete!
So much of this game is focus and concentration and whenever I see guys running the end route
And then in the back of your mind is always wonder who was working inside to put a big hit on how they catch the ball.
[SOUND] [INAUDIBLE] And bring him down.
Aaron Lynch, able to get him down for a loss of 11 on the play.
And it'll be fourth down.
Okay I'm not sure you can actually draw up a better pass rush than that one right there.
Nowhere to go outside, he had to keep backing up, and backing up, and backing up, eventually dropped for a huge loss.
Now Manning, [INAUDIBLE]
Got to have this one.
He's gonna swing this deep down field.
The passes is intercepted for the fourth time today.
[APPLAUSE] And a big turn over there as this guy's will get the football back.
I'll tell you Brandon, it seems like this guy has been all over the field so far.
That's the second interception of the game
[NOISE] It's so much of playing defense in the NFL especially when it comes to defending the path.
It's all about positioning and technique and this is fantastic work on both fronts there.
The 49ers offense now they worked their way back onto the field.
And it's offense last time turned it over for a The fourth didn't get it.
They're lucky though cuz no points against the team on the board, but we'll see how they respond.
Yeah, they've got to get a lot of credit to their defensive teammates.
They had their backs on that last series and because they did so that allows the coaches to still stay aggressive on offense [INAUDIBLE] again in a similar situation.
I was gonna say maybe make that [INAUDIBLE]
then you know you've gotta [INAUDIBLE].
[INAUDIBLE] the ball.
They're gonna hurry back to the line now.
Easy, easy easy!
Kaepernick now on first down, escaping the [UNKNOWN] right.
And he's gonna be brought down.
Back at his own six yard line.
Well many times when you talk about mobile quarterbacks, you get the sense that they feel like they can get out of any bad situation.
They keep moving around and trying to emulate guys like the Scrambler or the Dodger, instead they keep losing yards.
Starting and losing yardage and digging themselves a hole that they can't get out of.
On second down, here's Kaepernick.
But Kaepernick can't escape this time.
Taken down to the end zone for a safety.
So make it back to back sacks, and the second one cost them a couple points.
And the easy thing is to put this all on the offensive line, but maybe they need to start changing their game plan, again their call.
Quicker passes, running plays, especially when you're this deep in your own territory.
Harris now to return.
There's no doubt playing, cuz we all knew that this was a critical possession.
And to get a return like that to start things off, that's the spark that they needed, that's the spark they were looking for.
And New York set to take the field.
And following the interception, just any interception there.
You get a little bit more cautious when you start that next [UNKNOWN].
You just throw that out the [NOISE]
Touchdown New York!
Four yards and the Giants able to get this back within a touchdown.
And there they got him the ball just get it to him let him do the rest.
He probably said that to his quarterback as he
I like the play call.
Just get it to me.
I'll take care of the rest of it.
Helping out his RAC right, RAC?
Run after catch and he loves that and he's gonna carry that in at contract time.
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