Let's face it that a pass offense that was ranked 22nd in the league has plenty of room to improve.
However, that average may be a little misleading if you look at the different factors San Fransisco faced in 2009. First-round draft pick Michael Crabtree held out for half the season. Behind him, there wasn't an overly reliable receiver. The battle at the quarterback position had different guys throwing the ball in each game. It's hard to find any continuity with those scenarios. But will 2010 be any different?