Posted by admin on August 5th, 2009
With the fourth practice session behind us, we’re slowly starting to get a couple of answers to our ever-mounting questions about the San Francisco 49ers, as both Head Coach Mike Singletary and Offensive Coordinator Jimmy Raye were in a talking mood on Monday afternoon.
Obviously the two most oft-asked questions so far have been (and will continue to be): 1) Who’s the starting quarterback? and 2) When will he get the chance to throw it to Michael Crabtree?
But for all the “Quarterback Controversy” mumbo jumbo, this morning practice was a jarring reminder that regardless of who winds up being the guy handing the ball off to him, running back Frank Gore remains the most important player on this offense and that as long as he’s upright and being fed a steady diet of carries, the 49ers have the potential to be an above average offense.
Click here to read the full article – By Michael Erler of bleacherreport.com
|Frank Gore Memorabilia|