49ers Can Tell Us They’re Running, But They Need To Show Us Some Passes

Posted: 11th September 2009 by Michael Erler in NFL
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After all the nonsense and posturing, the meaningless preseason games and even more meaningless interviews, the time has come for Team "Don't Tell Me, Show Me" to put up or shut up. The "Nutcracker" drill has been put in storage for the winter, buried underneath the secret entrance behind Singletary Hill. All the training camp drama—such as it was—has come and gone. Shaun Hill kept his starting quarterback job over hard tacklin' Alex Smith, Shawntae Spencer came out of nowhere to snatch the cornerback job from the clutches of Dre' Bly and Tarell Brown; and Adam Snyder won the right tackle spot, really just by being a ringside observer to a more unfortunate (and one-sided) duel between Marvel Smith and his aching back. The 49ers have completed their training camp relatively unsc ...

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