It would seem to me that one of the 49ers weaknesses last year was nearly zero ability to go with a hurry up offense. Their play calling was excruciatingly slow - giving defenses plenty of time to adjust to the offensive personnel. Even with all the shifting, the delay between the shift and the snap gave the defense time to adjust.
With the 49ers' versatile personnel packages, it would seem that going to the hurry up would put a lot more stress on the defense than the current system of long play calls and substitutions.
The key will be player competency in the hurry up - especially CK. I would bet we see it next year.
Others might say the Harbaugh / Roman system is not built for the hurry up. Maybe. But I think Harbaugh's system is one that evolves constantly to what works.
What do you think? Should the 49ers use more hurry up?