Projecting What the San Francisco 49ers Would Look Like at Full Strength

There are 4 comments on the Oct 30, 2013, BleacherReport story titled Projecting What the San Francisco 49ers Would Look Like at Full Strength. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

The San Francisco 49ers are riding high into this Week 9 bye, carrying a five-game winning streak and boatloads of momentum after 42-10 thrashing of the Jacksonville Jaguars across the pond.

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Cook

East Brunswick, NJ

#1 Oct 30, 2013
The issue is kapernick he lead the 49ers to the 2nd worse passing team in the nfl... He doesn't have that spark of the elite quarterbacks in the nfl. He has to develop a relationship with other receivers other than Davis Crabtree boldin... If other quarterbacks can make something happen when lesser receivers How come cap can't do it? He is overrated.. You could put a pro bowl wide receiving group in front of him he'll only want to pass to one receiver... If the Niners were smart they might consider a different quarterback not that Alex was better..

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vacaville

#2 Nov 3, 2013
Cook wrote:
The issue is kapernick he lead the 49ers to the 2nd worse passing team in the nfl... He doesn't have that spark of the elite quarterbacks in the nfl. He has to develop a relationship with other receivers other than Davis Crabtree boldin... If other quarterbacks can make something happen when lesser receivers How come cap can't do it? He is overrated.. You could put a pro bowl wide receiving group in front of him he'll only want to pass to one receiver... If the Niners were smart they might consider a different quarterback not that Alex was better..
You are full of it sir. The 49ers have the number 1 rushing attack in the NFL so they don't need to pass very much thus limiting Kaeps completions and yards. Also, the D and special teams put them In short field situations which limit the passing game. SF has scored over 30 points in its last 5 games. They will be just fine
j helms

Walnut Creek, CA

#3 Nov 10, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
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You are full of it sir. The 49ers have the number 1 rushing attack in the NFL so they don't need to pass very much thus limiting Kaeps completions and yards. Also, the D and special teams put them In short field situations which limit the passing game. SF has scored over 30 points in its last 5 games. They will be just fine
Looks like san fran is having front line problems still,because carolina beat san fran-in the wild card picture---the panthers hopes are better.
j helms

Walnut Creek, CA

#4 Nov 10, 2013
If the offense does not have time to operate things go bad, but, the 2 second sideline pass for 5- 10 yards-has to work anyways, in the playoffs, if the offense can't do that-they won't make in the playoffs.

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