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Shaun Hill Interview Questions

SANTA CLARA, CA - MAY 01:  Quarterback Shaun Hill #13 of the San Francisco 49ers throws the ball during the 49ers Minicamp at their training facilities on May 1, 2009 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
Jonathan ChikContributor IMay 29, 2009

With a career record of 7-3, do you feel that the starting quarterback position is yours to lose?

Did the strong finish to 2008 improve the team's confidence heading into 2009?

What was your favorite moment of the 2008 season?

With such a young core of receivers, how important is it for you to set the tone for the offense and establish yourself as a leader?

Are you excited to get the chance to work with Michael Crabtree?

What was your initial reaction to the hiring of Jimmy Raye as offensive coordinator?

What was your reaction to the team's interest in bringing in Kurt Warner?

How nice is it to have a guy like Frank Gore in the backfield with you? How important is he to your offense?

Early in your career you were nothing more than a third-stringer. Did you ever wonder if you would ever see significant playing time in an NFL game?

Do you feel the pressure of quarterbacking the same team as Joe Montana and Steve Young?

Are there any games that you are especially looking forward to this season?

What's the biggest reason that the 49ers will be a winner in 2008 and make it back to the postseason?

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