49ers Passing Attack: The High End of Lofty Probability

May 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 49ers 2010 aerial assault is taking shape, and it could be good. Real good.
It could be atrocious—make no mistake—but it's likely that their passing game could end up being one of the leagues most efficient attacks.
From offensive coordinator, to quarterback, to stars, and supporting cast; lets take a tour through the new over-the-top offense.
Offensive Coordinator and Quarterback
Starting from the summit of planning for any lofty ball movement, coaching must be considered. Mike Singletary has stated from the beginning that running will be paramount, and fundamental to San Francisco's offensive ball movement. Make no mistake—this is a run-first offense.
That said, there are no one-dimensional offenses in the NFL. Running to set up the pass is as imperative as passing to set up the run. Singletary's words are often misconstrued to see like he means run only. The running game is the main focus; passing is the other focus.
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