I'm pretty sure he is now our QB coach since the OC move. He's the guy that was sitting next to Troy Smith on the bench when Singletary was in his face this Sunday. I've heard nothing bad about him, only good things. He gameplans the redzone offense and I believe we did really well in that area.
for consecutive years in seattle and now this year in SF, solari's O-Lines have been some of the worst in the league-he goes
mike johnson/jason michael- we havent had a qb perform well for years - they go
jerry sullivan - who was our last 1000 yd WR? - he goes
screw it- we need a whole new offensive staff
defensively...i'm not entirely sold on the notion that we need a complete overhaul here
take into account that our offense never was able to consistently sustain drives and maintain control of the ball and the amount of time that our defense was on the field for extended lengths due to the inept offense
as it stands we are 14th in the NFL in total defense (331yds/gm) 24th(pass) 7th(rush)
if our offense played with any consistency over the course of the season we very well could have a top10 maybe top5 D
special teams - wasnt nearly as bad as it was last year, but wasnt what i felt it should've been - schettenheimer goes
Originally posted by hondakillerzx: Tomsula's unit has done a good job. our LBs have been good. cant think of any other units that have excelled tho. clean house!
I think the line improve as the season went along. Which is amazing considering we started 2 rookies. One will be a hall of fame. The other is 20 years old and doesn't bend with his knees enough!!! Alex getting striped of the ball in the final min of that game!!!
raw talent is good but he hasnt done anything with chilo,. he still stinks. other than baas, iupati and staley i dont trust the others, the rookie will be a great RT once he gets his footwork right. chilo is a lost cause and they dont see that.
This question is almost impossible to answer by fans... it's hard to evaluate position coaches unless you see them coaching on a daily basis. For example, Rathman has Frank Gore and Westbrook. Their talent may make him look great, but who knows how good of a coach he really is... none of us really do.
Originally posted by sacniner: This question is almost impossible to answer by fans... it's hard to evaluate position coaches unless you see them coaching on a daily basis. For example, Rathman has Frank Gore and Westbrook. Their talent may make him look great, but who knows how good of a coach he really is... none of us really do.
I say Rathman stays if we go back to a West Coast Offense.
Joel Patten (Director of College Scouting)
Mike Johnson (Offensive Coordinator)
Jason Michael (Quarterbacks)
Jerry Sullivan (Wide Receivers)
Wendell Davis (Wide Receivers)
Mike Solari (Offensive Line)
Greg Manusky (Defensive Coordinator)
Al Harris (Pass Rush)
Jason Tarver (Outside Linebackers)
Vance Joseph (Secondary)
Tom Rathman (Running Backs)
Ray Brown (Offensive Line Assistant)
Vantz Singletary (Inside Linebackers)
Kurt Schottenheimer (Special Teams)
Dave Kipp (Special Teams Assistant)
Duane Carlisle (Strength & Conditioning)
Mark Uyeyama (Strength & Conditioning)
This fan site is dedicated to the 49ers and their fans. It is in no way affiliated with the NFL or any of its teams. All teams and players mentioned on this site are registered trademarks of the NFL. The use of any team names, words, trademarks, logos or photos have been used for descriptive purposes only. The content and information from other sites is the property of their respective owners. Player and team photos used with permission from USA TODAY Sports Images.