Very good stuff guys. Thanks for the work.
It appears our coaches aren't adapting too well, or just not adapting at all.

In the past when our receivers didn't get seperation, it was because they were old and slow.
Now we have some fo the fastest wideouts out there except for Boldin, yet the same result in the second half.
Strategy and creative plays help get receivers open.
The Steelers and Patriots do it all the time.
We have played them enough to see what works against our own great defenses of the past decade.
Why not incorporate them into our own playbook?
Always makes me shake my head. It is called learning.