There are no complaints about winning. It may not be pretty, but wins are wins.
However, fans of the San Francisco 49ers should have several complaints about the strength of the offense after the team's 13-8 win over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday.
The offense sputtered throughout the afternoon and couldn't manage to sustain a drive past midfield until the third quarter. Not a huge surprise for a squad ranked 28th in passing yards and 30th in rushing yards.
The Niners will need to improve as they look for their first win over the Philadelphia Eagles since 2003.
Here are four ways for the Niners to increase the production of their best offensive players.