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San Francisco 49ers: How Moss, Manningham and James Improve Pass Attack in 2012
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Entering the 2012 NFL season, the 49ers were looking to upgrade their weakest area, which is the passing game. San Francisco methodically operated throughout the offseason, adding weapons via free agency and the draft. On paper, the Niners' receiving corps is already drastically upgraded, but that's without looking at the intangibles and other variables.

In the following slides, we will analyze and breakdown exactly why the 49ers passing attack will show drastic improvement in 2012. At this point in the offseason, there are already a plethora of reasons to believe San Francisco's aerial attack will be better this coming season.

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