Different SF Coordinators Hurt Offense
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Steven points out that the interception return for a touchdown was easily read by Eagles defensive end Juqua Parker.
On the ’Niner radio broadcast, Gary Plummer said the 49ers offense is predictable and that the Eagles knew what was coming.
How else do you explain a defensive end intercepting it and running 55 yards for a score?
Because Steven makes many good points. I will not rehash them here, so what else is there to talk about offensively?
Acting as general manager and coach, Nolan unwisely chose Alex Smith over Aaron Rodgers.
It has been reported that it came down to “attitude.” Nolan reportedly was not impressed with Rodgers’ response when asked to do a stupid football drill.
It was reported that Nolan liked Smith’s attitude better; however, in a quarterback, compliance isn’t strength.
What else is there?
Four offensive coordinators in four years; that’s what.
Mike McCarthy – 2005
Norv Turner – 2006
Jim Hostler – 2007
Mike Martz – 2008
Overall offensive (game stats) rank:
2005 – 32nd
2007 – 32nd
2008 – 19th
Jim Hostler – 2005-2006
Frank Cignetti – 2007
Ted Tollner – 2008
2005 – 4-12
2006 – 7-9
2007 – 5-11
2008 – 2-4 so far
Although I really like Nolan, he shares as much blame as the front-office circus for San Francisco’s complete and utter implosion this decade.
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