August 14, 2009

49ers-Broncos: 2nd Quarter

0:00: At the end of the first quarter, the 49ers have a 3rd-and-15 at their own 15-yard line. The Broncos trail San Francisco 3-0.
0:56: Fields makes the tackle after a two-yard gain to set up 2nd-and-8 for the 49ers. On the next play, McBean notches the defense's third sack of the evening, tackling Smith seven yards behind the line of scrimmage.
1:00: On the next play, Orton fakes the handoff and tries to find Daniel Graham in the end zone, but the pass is intercepted by Nate Clements. Clements takes a knee in the end zone to set up a first down for the 49ers at the 20-yard line. Alex Smith is now in at quarterback for San Francisco.
1:50: Jordan takes the handoff on first down, picking up a yard to set up second-and-goal from the 3-yard line.
2:20: Orton is in the shotgun on third down. He takes the snap, drops back and finds Royal inside the 5-yard line to set up a first-and-goal.
2:43: On 2nd-and-10, Orton takes the snap with Buckhalter in the backfield. He gets the ball to Chad Jackson on a pass to the right sideline near the first-down marker. The refs indicate it's a gain of nine yards, setting up 3rd-and-1 at the 11-yard line.
2:50: On first down, Orton drops back and tries to get it to Gaffney, but the pass is broken up.
3:30: Orton drops back and finds Royal for a first down on the next play. The ball is now at the San Francisco 20-yard line. It's a chance for the offense to execute in the red zone.
4:00: Jordan takes the handoff on the next play and picks up a couple yards to set up 2nd-and-8.
4:36: Denver takes its first timeout with a 1st-and-5 at the 49ers 44-yard line. Orton is in the shotgun and LaMont Jordan goes in motion out wide. Orton takes the snap, drops back and gets it to Jordan near the right sideline for the first down.
4:40: Orton throws a quick pass to Royal, who dropped back to receive the bubble screen. Clady sprints out to spring Royal with a big block, and Royal picks up a big gain. There's a flag on the play, however -- offsides on the defense. So it's 1st-and-5.
5:40: Buckhalter takes the carry on the next play and picks up the first down. He's brought down by Takeo Spikes. Now the Broncos have a first down at the San Francisco 49-yard line.
6:47: On first down, Orton drops back from under center and finds a wide-open Stokley near the sideline. He's close to the first down, but the refs indicate it's a nine-yard pickup. On 2nd-and-1, Orton hands the ball off to Buckhalter with Peyton Hillis blocking. He doesn't quite get the yardage, setting up third-and-1.
7:47: On first down, Orton is in the shotgun. He drops back and finds Royal for a quick seven-yard pickup, setting up 2nd-and-3. On second down, Orton hands off to Buckhalter who finds a hole up the left side for the first down.
7:48: The offensive starters are Ryan Clady, Ben Hamilton, Casey Wiegmann, Chris Kuper, Ryan Harris, Kyle Orton, Jabar Gaffney, Brandon Stokley, Chad Jackson, Eddie Royal and Correll Buckhalter.
7:52: Alphonso Smith is back deep to return the 49ers kickoff. He takes it out to about the 30-yard line.
7:53: Alex Romero knocks through the 38-yard field goal for the first points of the game -- putting the 49ers ahead of the Broncos 3-0.
8:55: Coffee takes the second-down run and picks up 15 yards, setting up 3rd-and-3. The Broncos swallow up the next play in the backfield -- Peterson was right there to make the tackle and set up the fourth down.
10:00: On first down, Hill drops back and looks left -- meanwhile Haggan comes streaking in from the right side of the line and sacks the quarterback, stripping the ball in the process, but the ref signals that Hill was already down before the ball came out. Regardless, it's now 2nd-and-18 for the 49ers and the Broncos already have two sacks.
10:37: The defense clogs up the middle for a short gain, but Glen Coffee still picks up the necessary yard for a 49ers first down.
11:25: After no receivers come open, Shaun Hill takes a quarterback scramble up the middle for a pickup of nine yards on first down.
11:37: Vernon Davis catches another pass to set up a first down for San Francisco -- it's an 18-yard gain -- and the ball is at the Denver 39.
13:00: Elvis Dumervil with a huge sack -- a loss of seven yards -- on second down to set up 3rd-and-8 for the 49ers at their own 43-yard line.
13:38: Vernon Davis picks up a gain of 23 yards to set up a 49ers first down near midfield.
14:38: The defensive starters are Ryan McBean, Ronald Fields, Kenny Peterson, Andra Davis, D.J. Williams, Mario Haggan, Elvis Dumervil, Darcel McBath, Champ Bailey, Andre' Goodman and Renaldo Hill.
14:57: Players on both teams are jumping up and down on the sidelines as the game gets underway. The Niners are at their own 22 after the Prater kick.
15:00: Here we go. The captains are on the field -- Daniel Graham, D.J. Williams, Mario Haggan, Champ Bailey, Kenny Peterson and Ben Hamilton are representing the Broncos. San Francisco has won the toss and elects to receive. Matt Prater and the Broncos are on the field to kick off.

77 comments:

  1. how did Champ Bailey allow a catch?

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  2. Dude, Champ had that!! Aussie, you better talk to him!! LOL

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  3. Yeah i will he was dirty on himself, so close

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  4. what the heck just happened to my t.v.?

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  5. Look at the #22 run... haha!

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  6. I dunno Doc, what happened to your tv??

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  7. damn it, I missed Hillis run.

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  8. Brandon NO, and knowshon is in the game

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  9. it turned black for 20 seconds.

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  10. Sheesh, Moreno is a like a rocket!! Can't wait to see more of him!

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  11. Knowshon is looking good.

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  12. Stokley dropped a pass?? Whoa!! That was random.

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  13. damn it Orton!!! c'mon man!!!

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  14. Pick damn it, it was Dre Bly, WTF!!!!!

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  15. Another INT and by Bly... what the??? I'm confused.

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  16. Yeah I don't know what is with Orton?

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  17. man that was such a bad pass

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  18. Thank God this is only pre season otherwise I'd be having a fit about Orton right now!!

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  19. Marhshall will deeply improve the passing game once he is back.

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  20. defense is looking nice.

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  21. I hope so, but that was such a bad read by Orton

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  22. did you guys know "Andy Lee day" is my birthday?

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  23. Orton better get us a TD this time... or else!!!

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  24. haha, nice Doc but that was a good punt

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  25. Agreed... defense looks SO much better than last year. Can't wait to see Dawkins in orange & blue for us come regular season. Got me all excited!!!

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  26. Or else!! haha I dunno, I'll be mad, that's what.

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  27. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!! 3rd INT... ok I'm ticked!

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  28. Man, that sucks massive Pen-15

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  29. That was a bad pass... took after Cutler on that one. Too ambitious. Its only pre season... #8 needs to chill.

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  30. Man come on Orton, I think Simms comes on now

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  31. Good night nurse... TD but wrong team.

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  32. Nice return, that ad was Knowshon out on the field looking for Marshalls contact lenses and some one tells him he doesn't wear contact lenses, too funny.

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  33. The NFL is also pushing the animal cruelty ads

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  34. LOL, Where did you see that ad Aussie?

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  35. Crap run get knowshon out there

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  36. Of course, Royal makes a very nice catch and run. Love that kid!!

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  37. Knowshon is injured has leg injury

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  38. it better not be to serious.

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  39. This is why I don't like pre season games... people we need get injured. Why am I not surprised??

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  40. they say he is questionable

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  41. This is pathetic, even for pre season.

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  42. Well at least Orton can grow a beard and Cutler can't, ahahaha

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  43. I'm already bored by this game. Dang that's sad. I'm not seeing the fire in this team... it died after that first int.

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  44. who wants to set up the 3rd quarter blog?

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  45. Alright I will do it, but I have training soon so I will be leaving.

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