Lol @ this question. Aldon is a premiere pass rusher, Kap is a franchise QB, Reid stepped on the field and became a pro bowler immediately, and Boldin was the only reason we had any kind of passing game all year.
Let's not forget about Glenn Dorsey, Bruce Miller, Kendall Hunter, and Chris Culliver. Miller, Hunter, and Culliver were big time players in our success over the past few years. Unfortunately, injuries side tracked all three. Dorsey was HUGE this year after Ian Williams went down.
Also an honorable mention goes to Vance McDonald and Quentin Patton. For a team that does not feature rookie players on offense, they both showed flashes that they will have strong futures. We never thought we would be able to replace Delanie in the run game, and McDonald stepped up. Now we just need him to be used in the passing game. Patton got hurt this year, but the guy basically got Kyle Williams and AJ Jenkins off the team (positives in my book)
Four new starters (including 2 pro bowlers), 4 solid role players, and a few young and promising guys who contributed right away. There are about 30 teams in the league that would love what the Niners have done, and that doesn't even include the guys like Tank, Dial, Lattimore, and Ian Williams seeing the field. They all might flop, but they could also eventually take over and become starters.
[ Edited by TheRatMan13 on Feb 2, 2014 at 8:54 PM ]