Three Reasons to be optimistic about the 49ers Offense in 2015


For the San Francisco 49ers, 2014 was a disappointing, injury-filled season that ended with an underachieving 8-8 record. Coach Jim Harbaugh was essentially let go by the team, and three players at key positions, Patrick Willis, Chris Borland and Justin Smith all retired. Since then, there has been a lot of unrest among fans as to whether or not this team still has what it takes to compete for a Super Bowl.

Despite everything that has happened the last six months, there are three good reasons for 49ers fans to be optimistic about the offense for the upcoming 2015 season:

1) The offensive line should show improvement. Staley

There wasn’t a single element of the offense to point to and blame for
the lack of production in 2014. Instead, it was everyone and
everything. The offensive line and Vernon Davis were very banged up, which crippled the offense. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick was
mind-numbingly inconsistent but even the times where he made some really good throws, many of them were dropped.

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by Pedro Torales IV

Pedro_Torales IV

I’ve been a Niner Faithful since 1982! A son to a Mexican soccer player but the sport that created a fire in my heart was football and specially our San Francisco 49ers! I have been active member of the 49er Empire Georgia Chapter, as the VP, and we have helped unite more 49er fans in the East Coast. I love defense, and some of my favorite players in 49er history are Hardy Brown, Leo Nomellini, Ronnie Lott, Fred Dean, Bryant Young, and Patrick Willis! I like to see and hear that bone crushing tackle that brings fear into the opponent, and makes them think twice about running that play again!! There are a lot of things that make us loyal to this team, but the most important one is tradition! This is our team, this is the Quest!!