Niners’ defensive review On Sunday, we provided a player-by-player look at the 49ers’ offense. Today, we turn to the defense and specialists.
Niners’ offensive review Today was a quiet day in 49erland, as the team had just a brief walk-through practice scheduled for the afternoon.
The 49ers begin organized team activities (OTAs) on Monday, and most of the 82 81 players on their roster are expected to participate.
The Dolphins were the worst team in the league last season. Now, they’re one game away from winning the AFC East. The Falcons were horrendous, too. They’ve already clinched a playoff spot. So, my question to you: Are the 49ers really that far from being a legitimate playoff team?
There are 22 players on the field, and that’s a lot of people to watch when viewing a game live. I hear there are football coaches who can watch film and have a pretty good idea how every player on the field fared on any given play without rewinding and viewing it multiple times.
Alex Marvez of Foxsports.com, and president of the Pro Football Writers of America, compiled his All-Overpaid and All-Underpaid teams of 2008.
It’s been a busy few days, so I decided to use a quiet Thanksgiving morning to take a closer look at the 49ers’ offensive line play from the game against the Cowboys. * * * Here’s some Thanksgiving reading for you: Clements has already forgotten Dallas and Equipment staff preparing for everything in Buffalo. […]
Since the arrivals of Mike Nolan and Scot McCloughan in 2005, the 49ers have chosen eight players in the first or second rounds of the draft.
After watching and re-watching every play from the 49ers’ 31-13 victory over the Lions on Sunday, it’s time to toss around a few kudos and some observations: