San Francisco 49ers’ Offseason Analysis: Running Backs

Posted: 15th February 2010 by Andrew Garda in NFL
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When last we visited our offseason analysis of the current roster for the San Francisco 49ers, we took a look at the quarterback position . Today, we move to the folks who line up just off and behind the quarterback: the running back. á OVERVIEW Including Moran Norris at fullback, there are just four players at the position on the roster. Frank Gore, rookie Glen Coffee, and special teams specialist Michael Robinson fill out the rest if the backs, with Gore/Coffee receiving the bulk of the work. Many believed that the arrival of Offensive Coordinator Jimmy Raye meant that ground and pound would be the order of the day.áHowever, the 49ers offense passed far more than it ranùof the 899 offensive plays the team ran, 528 were pass plays. It's likely that this remains the sa ...

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