Question for you guys: how much of our offensive philosophy do the QBs pick up in training camp? Like percentage of the play book? Defensive reads and adjustments etc. and what is the process for clearing waivers and making it to the practice squad (for Johnson and Bethel-T)?
My concern is that we seem to be in a position to release 3 QBs by the end of August. These guys arent bums either. It seems like it's a no brained for the Rams or Cards to pick one up, give him a shot, and ask him to look at their 49ers gameplan.
I would hate for a division rival or any 2014 opponent to have an edge. I figured we were screwed but then I realized Roman doesn't even know what he's gonna do. Can't really put my finger on what our offensive philosophy is.. It's unique but lacks creativity and roman seems to outsmart himself at times.
I like a lot of the thoughts mentioned in the forum. Seems like it could be so much more. Love the fact that the competition at QB 2-3 this year will sharpen everyone on our roster, defensive too. That benefit probably outweighs any immediate advantage these teams get by picking up a guy who knows the teams approach, reads, and playbook.
Anyone know if these QBs can just go sign and spill their guts? Good thing Roman thought this out already