That’s not something the Seattle Seahawks are going to let happen to them, or at least, will do the best to prevent it.
Per CSN Bay Area:
Things do not figure to come nearly as easy this week against the Seahawks, who will undoubtedly learn from the Packers’ failed approach.
“Of course,” Boldin said. “Nobody wants to make the same mistake that the previous team made. That’s why you watch film. That’s why you game plan. Things that teams do well the following week, opponents will try to take that out.
“We can only speculate. We watch film and we think we’re going to get certain looks, but you don’t know until the game comes.”
The Packers played mostly zone coverage against Boldin so they could react quickly any time Kaepernick began to scramble. With inexperienced Green Bay safeties M.D. Jennings and Jerron McMillian a step slow to react all day, Boldin routinely found seams in the Packers secondary.
The Seahawks, meanwhile, play a lot of press coverage with their cornerbacks. All-Pro Richard Sherman figures to be in Boldin’s face for most of the game.
The 49ers’ wide receivers corps were questioned all preseason long, though, they produced despite their lack of names. Now with Boldin likely being kept in check, can they step up?