We're on our way to having one of the fastest offenses in the NFL, one that on paper, it doesn't seem that NFC West is equipped to defend at the moment. Paired with a nasty hard hitting defense and a strong special teams, I'm looking forward to what it will look like when we take the field this fall. It's also going to be interesting watching this team inside of the dome at New Orleans next season and in other stadiums with a fast track. I don't think we've ever had so much speed on offense.
I also don't see why so many people assume Gore is essentially done. He's probably going to have more running room than he's ever had at any point in his career. Less carries (no need for him to carry 20+ per game when we have Hunter AND Jacobs), less hits, less focus from defenses to me means he'll have more room to run and should get more productivity out of those runs. LT has been on the decline for years, yet still was able to get a productive season (2010) in NY. Frank Gore isn't even at the point that Tomlison was at in 2008. It would be nice to get a look at him where defenses have to respect the entire passing game and not simpy one player (Vernon Davis) for fear of getting burned for 20+ yards or a TD.