When the San Francisco 49ers decided to bring on Jim Harbaugh, the decision was not only good for the organization, but there was more than meets the eye as well.
Harbaugh is an offensive genius in his own right (at least at the college level), but the train does not stop there.
He is bringing in several very talented assistant coaches to aid in the process of reviving a franchise that has been drowning for way too long now.
As most people know, offensive coordinator Greg Roman was Jim Harbaugh's offensive coordinator at Stanford. Stanford's successful offense is definitely something to consider as he makes his way in to the NFL.
Roman's offense will feature a lot of motions. Motions are created for the sole purpose of trying to get the defense to show their hand, and in a lot of instances, it will create big time mismatches. We all know that there are already a few players on offense that create mismatches just by being on the field.
Although it is relatively early, taking a look at preseason rankings is always fun. This article will highlight who, in my opinion, are the best players on offense No.1-11.
Stay tuned for tomorrow's addition of the defensive rankings No. 1-11 in this two-part Preseason Player Ranking Edition.