Day 7: The good and not so good from training camp

San Francisco 49ers’ Kendrick Bourne, left, catches a pass in front of Jaquiski Tartt during NFL football practice at the team’s headquarters Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, in Santa Clara, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

SANTA CLARA – Here’s who stood out during the fifth padded practice of training camp.

THE GOOD

1. WR Marquise Goodwin. Caught the first pass of practice, a 75-yard missile from Jimmy Garoppolo. When he released the ball, Goodwin wasn’t open. He was running stride for stride cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon. But when the ball was in the air, Goodwin shifted into a higher gear, blew past Witherspoon and made the catch easily. Witherspoon just gave up and watched. Later, Goodwin jumped and caught an underthrown deep pass over Witherspoon’s back. Goodwin makes these plays every day. He made them during last year’s training camp, too.

2. WR Richie James. The best slot receiver in training camp while Trent Taylor is out with a back injury. Caught a first-down pass from Garoppolo on third-and-7 after beating fifth-round pick D.J. Reed. Also caught a first-round pick from C.J. Beathard after beating third-round pick Tarvarius Moore on third-and-7. James is too talented to cut. Another team probably would pick him up. I expect the 49ers will find a way to keep him. Maybe they’ll stash him on IR like they did with Joe Williams last year.

3. RB Joe Williams. Exploded through the defense for a 20-yard gain on a toss play to the left. Also had a 10-yard gain a few plays later. I’m eager to see what he can do this year in the preseason with extended playing time. He’s a workhorse. Needs lots of carries.

4. RB Matt Breida. Caught a pass in the flat from Garoppolo on third-and-1, turned and outraced the defense up the sideline for a 20-yard gain. Improving as a receiver.

5. TE George Kittle. Turning into a big-play receiver. Caught a 25-yard pass from Beathard on third-and-1, and a 15-yard pass from Garoppolo on third-and-10. The pass from Garoppolo glanced off Reuben Foster’s hands. Kittle jumped and caught it anyway. Foster stomped his feet and cursed.

6. QB Jimmy Garoppolo. Completed two long passes to Goodwin, one for a touchdown. Those two have developed a connection on the long ball during practice. Let’s see if the connection carries over to the preseason.

7. FS Adrian Colbert. Intercepted Garoppolo and returned the ball for a touchdown. This was Colbert’s second pick-six of training camp.

8. DT Sheldon Day. Recorded sacks both times he faced guard Jonathan Cooper during one-on-one pass-rush drills. Made Cooper look like a stiff. The 49ers have to find a role for Day in their defense. He’s too good to keep on the bench.

THE NOT SO GOOD

1. CB Ahkello Witherspoon. Burned repeatedly for the second day in a row. Granted, he got burned by Goodwin today, and Dante Pettis yesterday, and they’re talented. Still, Witherspoon will have to cover much more talented wide receivers during the regular season. Is he ready? I’m not sure.

2. OG Jonathan Cooper. Hasn’t returned to team drills yet, but participated in one on ones for the second day in a row and struggled. Got beat twice by Day and once by Solomon Thomas. But hey, at least he’s somewhat healthy.

3. OG Joshua Garnett. Didn’t practice even though Kyle Shanahan said Wednesday he would be surprised if Garnett didn’t practice today. I’m not sure what’s going on, but it seems the 49ers want Garnett to play through a knee injury and he doesn’t want to. Let’s see if he practices Friday.

4. OT Mike McGlinchey. Beaten twice for sacks by Cassius Marsh during one on ones. Doesn’t seem ready to start Week 1. Worse than tackle Garry Gilliam right now.

5. QB Jimmy Garoppolo. Completed only 7 of 13 passes (54 percent), threw two interceptions and missed an uncovered receiver. The first interception glanced off Kendrick Bourne’s hands and landed in Colbert’s. The pass seemed high, but Bourne probably should have caught it. The second interception got tipped at the line of scrimmage and was intercepted by backup safety Corey Griffin. Finally, the uncovered receiver was Marquise Goodwin. He was standing at the line of scrimmage with no corner in front of him. He waved his arms and tried to alert Garoppolo to throw him the ball so he could run for a touchdown. But, Garoppolo didn’t see him. Garoppolo took the snap and handed the ball to Breida.

6. QB C.J. Beathard. Completed only 5 of 11 passes (45 percent). Threw a five-yard screen pass clear over RB Raheem Mostert’s head. Also sailed a pass over the middle intended for Pettis. Misses easy passes frequently. Does everything a bit too slow.

7. LB Eli Harold. Tries to run directly through offensive linemen and has no counter move.

8. DE Jeremiah Attaochu. Tries to run around offensive linemen and has no counter move. The 49ers need to re-sign Elvis Dumervil.

This article has 92 Comments

  1. Grant,
    Have you seen anything out of Pita T? How bout Darrell Williams? What part of practice is Trent Taylor taking part in? If he looks good in the preseason do you believe he has any trade value? You reported that W. Richburg was getting over powered in drills. Do you know if that was a problem of his in games previous to coming to the 9ers? I am really enjoying your camp posts this year, far more depth than MM. Thanks.

    1. Thanks, Old Coach.

      Haven’t seen anything out of Pita T.
      Darrell Williams Jr. dominated Eli Harold twice in one on ones today.
      Taylor is taking part in individual drills and walk thrus.
      Good question about Richburg. I’ll get back to you. He played much better against D.J. Jones today. Earl Mitchell had the day off.

    1. I haven’t noticed many long runs to the right side. McGlinchey and Magnuson seem to get knocked back on stretch runs.

      1. It really seems like they made the offensive line worse this offseason.

        They went in with some really clear needs at guard and pass rush. Instead they draft a tackle who can’t pass protect, bring in a guy to play center that isn’t an upgrade, count on two guys coming off knee injuries at RG and don’t really do anything for the pass rush. Attaochu is not good. Marsh is not good. If these moves were made by Baalke people’s heads would be exploding.

          1. Man, it’s way too early to draw conclusions about how these position units will perform. On the surface, I am very worried about the o-line. There is potential for disaster here. Richburg, Cooper/Garnett, Tomlinson as a middle of the line protector of a QB you just signed for $137.5M is pretty scary. Every single player in the middle has a spotty history either with injury or performance or both. This 49ers oline could be a bottom 5 o-line or a middle of the pack o-line. Shanny can scheme and play-call these guys into some decent statistics but he has proven he is willing to call 7 step drops in crucial situations even when his o-line has proven they can’t protect on long developing plays. 28-3? Of all the worries this year, I think the O-line is the biggest concern. The 49ers literally have 1 guy who has proven dependable over the long haul.

            Oh, and if Richburg isn’t a huge upgrade over Kilgore then the 49ers are in for a long season. Kilgore was awful. It got tiresome watching him get pushed into the backfield on every play.

            1. “Man, it’s way too early to draw conclusions about how these position units will perform.”

              Agree, which is why I said it seems this way.

              This is a pretty good comment overall. How I’m seeing this too.

        1. Jack Hammer says: “bring in a guy to play center that isn’t an upgrade”

          Grant’s reply “Well put, Jack.”

          Wow. I wonder if less people are commenting on this site because of bad takes like this.

          1. “Richburg hasn’t been the same player since his breakout 2015 season. He has blamed his struggles on injuries (broken hand in 2016, concussion in 2017), but investing a large chunk of cap space in him is a risky proposition for the Giants.”

            🤷‍♂️

              1. “Whatever you say Jack.”

                It’s what others wrote, and it fits what we’ve heard about with his play through a week of practice.

                Richburg gave up 3 pressures in 4 starts last year? Interesting. According to PFF, Mike Person only gave up 1 in the same number of starts. 🤷‍♂️

                Also, don’t forget that over the last 5 weeks of 2017 Kilgore didn’t allow a sack or QB hit. Another stat courtesy of PFF, who graded him as a top 10 starter over that stretch.

                One Giants exec on Richburg,

                “We thought we had one there,’’ a Giants source said, “but we didn’t.’’

                Richburg started the first four games last season, but his run-blocking was suspect. He was forced out with a concussion in Week 5 at Tampa Bay. Richburg never suited up again, and his relationship with the previous coaching staff soured.”

                “Richburg, 26, was ready to be cleared from the concussion protocol for the Oct. 22 game against the Seahawks, but, according to multiple sources, he was informed he was not going to return as the starting center. Undrafted Brett Jones was considered the better option. Without Odell Beckham Jr., the offense was becoming more of a ball-control attack, with D.J. Fluker starting at right guard, and the coaching staff was concerned about Richburg’s weight — he was too light — and his inability to move defensive tackles in a power running game.”

              2. “Also, don’t forget that over the last 5 weeks of 2017 Kilgore didn’t allow a sack or QB hit.”

                We all know that Jimmy’s quick release and processing ability made the OL and Kilgore look better. Even with the last five games Kilgore still allowed the fourth-most quarterback pressures.

                Richburg lost his job due to injury. His replacement played well and wasn’t in line for a big contract. Your little quote doesn’t have a name to it.

              3. And we don’t know who is stronger now, but Kilgore seems stronger to me. Richburg seems to move better in the run game.

              4. McGlinchey and Richburg are better fits in the run game, and that’s what this offense needed.

              5. Shanny likes to get yards on 1st down. 3rd and long shouldn’t be an issue, but when it is; Jimmy’s quick processing, quick release and the option to help out with McKinnon or Juice will provide ample time to get the ball to our 3rd down converter, Taylor Swift….

              6. “Your little quote doesn’t have a name to it.” Here you go.

                https://247sports.com/nfl/new-york-giants/Bolt/New-York-Giants-consider-Weston-Richburg-a-draft-bust-free-agent-they-will-not-resign-115941195/

                “We all know that Jimmy’s quick release and processing ability made the OL and Kilgore look better.”

                Yes, however the quote from PFF also notes that his play had begun to improve prior to those 5 games.

                “Even with the last five games Kilgore still allowed the fourth-most quarterback pressures.”

                Not surprising considering that the QB for most of those games was a rookie that most have recognized as having a bad tendency to hold onto the ball too long.

              7. “What happens on third and 8?”

                They get smoked.

                “Shanny likes to get yards on 1st down.”

                What OC doesn’t?

                Last year they ran 234 plays on 3rd down. 115 of this were 7+ yards to go.

              8. There’s very little difference between 25 and 23 reps.

                Using combine bench press reps as a measure of the stronger lineman is pretty funny. While it does show a measure of strength, I have yet to see a football player who stands straight up and pushes someone back without having a good base and using the legs.

                There should at the very least be an addition of the squat for this testing.

                An even better exercise would be the use of the Hammer Jammer machine, yeah that’s not made up lol. The movement in this exercise is very close to the movements made in a wide range of football plays.

              9. There’s very little difference between 25 and 23 reps.

                Using combine bench press reps as a measure of the stronger lineman is pretty funny.

                Especially when that’s all we have to go by.

              10. “Especially when that’s all we have to go by.”

                Or you could just watch them on the actual field, doing actual football things. Like getting driven back 5 yards by Earl Mitchell, and stuff like that.

              11. Or you could just watch them on the actual field, doing actual football things. Like getting driven back 5 yards by Earl Mitchell, and stuff like that.

                Yep, 9-9-18 is circled on my calendar!

              12. “Here you go.”

                What? Sources close to Paul Schwartz of The Post? That’s unnamed sources.

                “Yes, however the quote from PFF also notes that his play had begun to improve prior to those 5 games.”

                I need proof of that since you make stuff up. Link?

              13. “Go pound sand.”

                Your link specifically mentions the last 5 games as the turning point. Nice try though.

                https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-nfl-week-10-preview-giants-at-49ers

                “It’s been a rocky season for San Francisco’s veteran center, whose 43.8 overall grade ranks 29th out of 36 qualifying centers, a considerable drop from his 71.6 overall grade a season ago. Kilgore struggled mightily last week against Arizona’s Corey Peters, contributing to 17.1 pass-block grade that was the fourth worst given to a center this season (Kilgore also owns the worst run block grade for a center this year, 24.0, which came in San Francisco’s first game versus the Cardinals).”

              14. I know what Kilgore’s grades were. None of that is new information.

                “Your link specifically mentions the last 5 games as the turning point.”

                Only if you disregard the sentence before which clearly states Kilgore “got off to a rough start before improving as 2017 wore on.”

                I have questions on whether Richburg will be an upgrade. When watching 1-on-1 pass blocking, something that doesn’t require worrying about learning a new system, I repeatedly see a guy getting driven 4-5 yards back which is kinda what we saw from Kilgore.

                And yeah, the Giants stuff is from an unnamed source which is what about 90% of information in the offseason is attributed to.

              15. “I have questions on whether Richburg will be an upgrade.”

                That’s fine, based on what we’ve seen in the last week. But your original comment that I responded to had you making a definitive statement.

                “bring in a guy to play center that isn’t an upgrade”

                I guess you’re trying to pivot again. Your take changes from Richburg isn’t an upgrade to you have question if he will be an upgrade.

                About unnamed sources. It’s funny how you believe these unnamed sources. But you cried fake news when I provided quotes from Lynch/Shanahan about J/G and Cousins.

              16. Damn this is silly.

                Does it look like Kilgore is an upgrade based on what we’ve seen and reports? Not to me.

                Is that clear now?

              17. “Does it look like Kilgore is an upgrade based on what we’ve seen and reports? Not to me.”

                You should have said that in your first comment instead of expecting people to read your mind. What you thought (allegedly) and what you wrote were different. More power to you if you want to write off Richburg after one week of camp.

              18. “You should have said that in your first comment”

                Pretty sure that’s exactly what I did when I said, “bring in a guy to play center that isn’t an upgrade”

                Who’s writing him off? Saying I don’t think he’s an upgrade doesn’t mean that I think he isn’t any good.

              19. “Pretty sure that’s exactly what I did when I said, “bring in a guy to play center that isn’t an upgrade”

                That’s different than “Does it look like Kilgore is an upgrade based on what we’ve seen and reports? Not to me.”

                After your first comment, you argued that Richburg wasn’t as good as advertised and that Kilgore was better than people think. You were clearly arguing that Richburg wasn’t an upgrade when we signed him.

                Pivot.

              20. “You were clearly arguing that Richburg wasn’t an upgrade when we signed him.”

                Probably because that’s what I’ve been saying throughout this back and forth.

                “you argued that Richburg wasn’t as good as advertised and that Kilgore was better than people think.”

                No sh!t. That’s kinda what it means when you say that someone isn’t an upgrade, and also don’t see him as a bad player.

                Are you seriously a moron, or can you just not comprehend what you’re reading?

              21. Resorting to insults, not well played.

                “Probably because that’s what I’ve been saying throughout this back and forth.”

                One more time for confirmation, since your takes frequently change after you get blown out by facts. At the time of the Richburg signing, did you feel that he wasn’t an upgrade over Kilgore?

              22. Couldn’t care less what it looks like. I’ve repeated myself to you over and over.

                When the Richburg signing was announced I thought it was going to be as a guard or Kilgore sliding over to guard.

                Wasn’t overwhelmed that’s for sure.

              23. “Couldn’t care less what it looks like.”

                Obviously.

                Nice non-answer to my question. Let’s try this again.

                When we traded Kilgore, did you think that Richburg wasn’t an upgrade over DK at the center position?

              24. If you can’t answer that on your own after this back and forth I’ve got nothing for you. 🤦‍♂️

              25. “If you can’t answer that on your own after this back and forth I’ve got nothing for you.”

                I assumed you meant he wasn’t an upgrade at C when we signed him (before camp), and my initial responses prove that. But your takes change so much I can’t be sure. So will you confirm my initial assumption that you thought Richburg wasn’t an upgrade before training camp?

              26. “Good for you. Want a cookie?”

                Not before dinner, I wouldn’t want to ruin my appetite. But thanks.

          2. #80,
            I can only speak for myself about commenting during the off season/preseason.
            I have been involved with this site for a bit, when Matt first took over the duties.
            I live 2,500 miles away from training camp/California. I have to rely on other eyes for my 9er info.
            There is a group folks here who know the game of football and I enjoy your take on the state of the team, thanks.
            There is another group of folks who, it seams that their only function is kick Grant, and then to kick anyone who might agree with Grant. How needs that?!
            During the season, when I can actually see them play, then I have something to say.
            Otherwise, Go Niners!

            1. Hacksaw,

              I’m not disputing what Grant has seen in training camp. I just think it’s premature to write off Richburg after one week of practice. Richburg is on a new team and is learning a complex offense. Way too soon to be comparing him to Kilgore IMO.

        2. No, these moves would not be made by Baalke because decent players avoided Baalke like the plague.
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          Sure, the Niners originally wanted Norwell, but good FAs want to go to a contender. The Niners had to over pay to outbid other teams. That was cool, because the Niners have/had a ton of cap space.
          .
          Ideally, there should have been other teams that wanted a QB so badly, they would have jumped ahead of the Niners. Then, Nelson could have fallen into their laps.
          .
          Remember, Baalke traded for DEVEY, and signed Pears. The next season, Baalke actually resigned DEVEY, and the only other FA acquisition was signing Zane Grey Beadles.
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          Baalke whiffed on an entire draft class, and his poor drafting is what really caused the team to crater. His former first round picks- Ward Armstead and Garnett, are all out due to injury, and have not impressed in TC.
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          Personally, I think the off season moves have been shrewd and calculated to improve the team.How they pan out remains to be seen. JL is light years better than Baalke. Baalke never, ever, could have swung the JG deal.

          1. “the Niners originally wanted Norwell”

            Funny because Lynch said “the team did not even place a call of interest to the agent of free-agent guard Andrew Norwell”

            1. Because they read the papers, and saw that Norwell wanted to go to a contender.
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              Even JL is not proclaiming the Niners are SB bound.
              .
              However, the Jags got close by almost beating the Pats. Norwell signed with the Jags, and JL knew that was probably going to happen, so he did not even try.

              1. “Because they read the papers, and saw that Norwell wanted to go to a contender.”

                This is funny

              2. JL asked if Tom Brady was available. He did not ask about Norwell, even though they needed guard help?
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                Makes sense…… Not.

              3. Why in the heck would the Panthers have given up Norwell with no logical replacement for him during the season?

              4. Carolina gave Trai Turner an extension, and signed Matt Kalil , so they were tapped out with their salary cap. Just a numbers game.
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                Considering that Norwell did not give up a sack or QB hit, I bet Cam will be wondering that same thing this upcoming season.

              5. You’re missing the point Seb. You said that JL did not ask about Norwell even though the 49ers need help at guard. Why would the Panthers have taken any calls in regards to Norwell when they had no viable replacement for him during the 2017?

              6. Um, because the Panthers let Norwell leave as a FA. JL did not need to talk to the Panthers. He needed to talk to Norwell’s agent. I did not assume that the Niners would trade for Norwell, because he would become a free agent after the 2017 season.
                .
                Sounds like JL did not even bother to talk with his agent, because he knew that Norwell wanted to go to a SB contender.

  2. As a 49er beat writer…..shouldn’t you know what Richburgs strengths and weaknesses were coming out of NYG? He was one of their most high profile FA signings at a major position of need.

  3. Rookie OL usually need a year or two, to adjust and get stronger. To compare the moves of these Niners to Baalke is nonsense. Clearly there were not many passrushers available, for the 100th time.

  4. Marsh is pretty good if you’ve ever watched him. As is Richburg. To suggest Kilgore is better destroys all your credibility. Seriously.

  5. I am not going to drink the Koolaid.
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    Niner O line woes may seem worrisome, but that is why they have these practices. Making declarations from the 1 on 1 pass rush drills is a premature evaluation.
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    To me, it looks like the defender gets to fire off the LOS, and the O lineman has to be reactionary. During games, the defender will first be watching for the possibility of a run, and the O linemen will know where the ball is going.
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    There is room for concern. If McGlinchey whiffs during the pre season, the coaches need to make adjustments, or JG will be crushed, and the season will be doomed. Last season, JG did get the ball off quickly, even with a pass rusher in his face. However, he did get smacked hard several times, so there was a demonstrated need to improve the line.
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    I wish to reiterate the need to help McGlinchey. The best way to do that is by putting their best Guard next to MM. Considering Cooper is just recovering from surgery, and Garnett’s knee is gimpy, Tomlinson may be the best alternative.
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    Both Cooper and Garnett played LG in college. Tomlinson played RG in college. Cooper played LG on the Cowboys O line. One possible lineup could be-
    LT- Staley
    LG- Cooper/ Garnett
    C- Richberg
    RG- Tomlinson
    RT- McGlinchey/ Gilliam.
    .
    I hope to see how cohesive the teamwork is on the O line, during the preseason games, before we declare if a player is a bust or not.
    .
    No matter what, the sky is not falling. The O line is an improvement from last season, and JG did well with Kilgore and Fusco. It is also not too concerning about the interceptions. JG needs to be aggressive, and test the boundaries. Now is the time to take risks, because it will not decide if they win or lose. It is just practice.
    .
    I am hopeful. Having the pass rushers do well in the 1 on 1 drills, means that the pass rush may be better this year. I do see the limitations of Eli Harold, but hope to see lots of Attaochu during the preseason, and i hope he gets a couple sacks. Dumerville may be a good fall back plan, but I hope they poach a player from the 53 cuts of a playoff team.

      1. I touched on several new topics. However, if they do move Tomlinson to RG, I will claim full credit for first postulating that move.

        1. “I will claim full credit for first postulating that move.”

          I’m sure you will. Would you like a #45 jersey as a reward?

          1. Personally, I’d prefer a #7. KS will scheme up your weak links. Can’t have a pro bowler at every position, as long as they function well as a unit……we will be playoff bound.

    1. Well said Seb, and no, it wasn’t parroting. I’m not sure I agree with the switch in guard positioning but that should be an option in the minds of the CS.

      Still curious as to why we aren’t hearing too much about Foster and the other LBs. Is that just not a focus in these drills?

      Really the best news IMO so far is Kittle’s progress. That could be the best thing to happen for Jimmy G., or maybe it was b/c of Jimmy G. …..

      1. Yo, TYVM.
        .
        They disparage me for my repetitions. Next, they will say that what I wrote is just absurdly obvious, and does not need to be said.
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        Glad Foster is keeping quiet, and not causing controversy. Warner sounds like he will be a starter some time this season. Smith is just returning from injury, so he is under the radar.
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        I agree. Kittle is making me forget all about Stone Hands VM.

  6. People are way too worried about the OL in camp . Trent Brown wasn’t there for any of Jimmys games , we had Zane Beadles and we know for a fact McGlinchy is better . He’s a rookie , playing on the OL , getting used to playing RT after playing LT for a while . Its gonna take time for him to get his head around everything .

    Richburg is better than Kilgore in his sleep , don’t see why anyone is piping up about this

  7. Starting to think the Niners best hope for a pass rush is Julian Taylor. Might be most important pick we made in draft. If he can give us what Armstead could not, we may be alright. Our outside guys struggle to win one-on-one. Need Buckner, Thomas and one other to supply pressure.

  8. Interesting – Trent Brown is moving from RT to LT for Pats. Getting high praise from coaches and Brady. Would not be surprised if Brown ends up in Pro Bowl. Brady has quick-release, Belichick gets best out of players, and he will get lots of media attention.

    I was not a huge fan of the McGlinchey pick. If he came out next year, he would be the fourth-best tackle. Unfortunately, not sure there were any pass rushers worth taking. LB or DB were best values, and you can never have too many of either. Very least, we should have waited on trading Brown. Would have been good to have him compete with McGlinchey. Concerned with lack of athleticism and consistency there. Frankly, he is struggling against below average NFL starters. He hasn’t seen anything close to Bosa.

  9. Yet, the Patriot running game could struggle, making Tom Brady’s offense one dimensional.
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    Luckily, the Pats have McCarron, Tannehill and McCown in the same division, so that may be 6 easy wins.
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    However, their defense may struggle because they lost Patricia. In the SB, they could not stop a second string QB, and even though TB has over 500 yards of offence, they lost, because they gave up over 600 yards.

    1. Patriots offense is not centered around play action like Shanny’s, and it’s a man blocking scheme. Their top running plays seem to be the power wham, one back power, and counter. Dion Lewis afforded the Patriots to run the football 48% of the time last year, but dropped to 36% of the time with Burhead in the backfield and 14.6% with White. Now that they got Michel to replace Lewis, I expect more of the same. Trent Brown will still have to make blocks in space, but he now has the best offensive line coach in the NFL, in Scarnecchia….

      1. I forgot about Michel. Sure am glad the Seahawks did not draft him. After Barkley, I thought he was the next best RB in the draft.

  10. The Official Grant Cohn Offensive Line Good/Not So Good Tracker

    Offensive Line
    Day 1: Good -0 // Not So Good – 0
    Day 2: Good -0 // Not So Good – 1
    Day 3: Good -1 // Not So Good – 2
    Day 4: Good -1 // Not So Good – 1
    Day 5: Good -0 // Not So Good – 5
    Day 6: Good -0 // Not So Good – 3
    Day 7: Good -0 // Not So Good – 3
    Total: Good -2 // Not So Good – 15

    I’m sensing a pattern here.

  11. From nfl.com….

    “Niners cornerback Richard Sherman fell hard early in practice Friday and had his hamstring tighten up, forcing him off the field, coach Kyle Shanahan said afterward. Receiver Dante Pettis (groin) did not practice.

    Guard Joshua Garnett got some good news on his ailing knee, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Garnett received a second opinion on his knee and will avoid surgery, instead continuing to rehab and receive treatment, Pelissero reported.”

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