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I think our D is better, but our O has so many ??? it's a green suit away from being a Batman villain.

Having said that, for all the ups and downs he'll probably have, if Trey can match Jimmy's production (albeit in a different way) I think we'll still end up with a winning season.

10-7 and a wildcard spot imo.
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9-8 will be a good result, all things considered.

We just cannot lose a top 15 Guard along with the other weaknesses on the IOL and expect to have much success either running the ball or pass protecting. That will cost 2-3 games. I hope Banks proves me wrong but there is no substitute for experience in the IOL. Mack is older if he plays, and Brunskill is still Brunskill.

Like the problem in the IOL, lack of experience at QB will also hurt. Two winnable games to start the season will be the only on-the-job training he will get. Denver and the Rams are losses. A short week to travel to the East Coast to play Carolina is a trap game. It will test the character of the team. Atlanta is a win and from there on it will be a battle every week. The five games coming off the bye will be the whole season. It will be up to Lance and the offense to win at least two of those if a wild card is to be.

The defense will be better than last season. It will have to be better than 2019 if we get a playoff run.
Originally posted by dj43:
9-8 will be a good result, all things considered.

We just cannot lose a top 15 Guard along with the other weaknesses on the IOL and expect to have much success either running the ball or pass protecting. That will cost 2-3 games. I hope Banks proves me wrong but there is no substitute for experience in the IOL. Mack is older if he plays, and Brunskill is still Brunskill.

Like the problem in the IOL, lack of experience at QB will also hurt. Two winnable games to start the season will be the only on-the-job training he will get. Denver and the Rams are losses. A short week to travel to the East Coast to play Carolina is a trap game. It will test the character of the team. Atlanta is a win and from there on it will be a battle every week. The five games coming off the bye will be the whole season. It will be up to Lance and the offense to win at least two of those if a wild card is to be.

The defense will be better than last season. It will have to be better than 2019 if we get a playoff run.

our D will be better for sure better at CB and pass rush. We might take a hit at run D with losing Jones but i dont think the dropoff will be that significant

I think our OL is more of a question than we weakness as of now we spent a lot of mid round capital and have a lot of options we will see who rises and shines in OTA and TC so i wouldnt call it a weakness yet

In terms of weapons outside OL i think its better than last year (assuming Deebo plays).

I think drafting TDP will help take the load of Mitchell in the short run game which was a bit of a weakness of ours last year and had to use Deebo for that role. Also Aiyuk is in his 3rd year and we have a deep threat now and a QB who can throw the deep ball

I think our offense will be less efficient than last year hard for it not to be but we will have more explosive plays so i might call it a wash if not a slight decrease. I tink 9 wins is a bit low i see us more at 11 as of now but it does depend on the OL

Edit: also ST is a huge upgrade we spent some FA capital on that along with a new coach and i dont see how it isnt a huge upgrade from one of the worst to at least league average
[ Edited by ritz126 on May 16, 2022 at 8:38 AM ]
Mark me down for 10-7
Originally posted by ritz126:
Originally posted by dj43:
9-8 will be a good result, all things considered.

We just cannot lose a top 15 Guard along with the other weaknesses on the IOL and expect to have much success either running the ball or pass protecting. That will cost 2-3 games. I hope Banks proves me wrong but there is no substitute for experience in the IOL. Mack is older if he plays, and Brunskill is still Brunskill.

Like the problem in the IOL, lack of experience at QB will also hurt. Two winnable games to start the season will be the only on-the-job training he will get. Denver and the Rams are losses. A short week to travel to the East Coast to play Carolina is a trap game. It will test the character of the team. Atlanta is a win and from there on it will be a battle every week. The five games coming off the bye will be the whole season. It will be up to Lance and the offense to win at least two of those if a wild card is to be.

The defense will be better than last season. It will have to be better than 2019 if we get a playoff run.

our D will be better for sure better at CB and pass rush. We might take a hit at run D with losing Jones but i dont think the dropoff will be that significant

I think our OL is more of a question than we weakness as of now we spent a lot of mid round capital and have a lot of options we will see who rises and shines in OTA and TC so i wouldnt call it a weakness yet

In terms of weapons outside OL i think its better than last year (assuming Deebo plays).

I think drafting TDP will help take the load of Mitchell in the short run game which was a bit of a weakness of ours last year and had to use Deebo for that role. Also Aiyuk is in his 3rd year and we have a deep threat now and a QB who can throw the deep ball

I think our offense will be less efficient than last year hard for it not to be but we will have more explosive plays so i might call it a wash if not a slight decrease. I tink 9 wins is a bit low i see us more at 11 as of now but it does depend on the OL

Edit: also ST is a huge upgrade we spent some FA capital on that along with a new coach and i dont see how it isnt a huge upgrade from one of the worst to at least league average

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No edits with Alex Mack retiring? LOL
Originally posted by NCommand:
No edits with Alex Mack retiring? LOL
mine.. already factored in adjustments. no edits necessary
13-4

49ers win Super Bowl LVII
10-7 and a playoff win

Originally posted by 49er-from-Yavin-IV:
13-4

49ers win Super Bowl LVII

Nice one. Who are we playing in the big game?

I think contenders are Buffalo, Baltimore, KC, Indy, Russell Wilson and whatever team JG ends up on
Originally posted by NCommand:
No edits with Alex Mack retiring? LOL

Doesn't change much of nothing. No edit needed.
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Originally posted by 49er-from-Yavin-IV:
13-4

49ers win Super Bowl LVII

Nice one. Who are we playing in the big game?

I think contenders are Buffalo, Baltimore, KC, Indy, Russell Wilson and whatever team JG ends up on

So if Jimmy ends up in Detroit they will be SB contenders?
Originally posted by YACBros85:
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Originally posted by 49er-from-Yavin-IV:
13-4

49ers win Super Bowl LVII

Nice one. Who are we playing in the big game?

I think contenders are Buffalo, Baltimore, KC, Indy, Russell Wilson and whatever team JG ends up on

So if Jimmy ends up in Detroit they will be SB contenders?

Yup no doubt.

In seriousness I think Detroit is a sleeper team this year. They had no business being in games last year and they were in a lot of close ones. The way they lost to Baltimore was a joke. Now they have Goff year 2 in that system, added Jameson Williams, DJ Chark, year 2 St Brown, Hockenson, Swift, lot of weapons.. bookend LT. Big gets were Hutchinson and Paschal a couple knee biters, now they can actually play some D. Not Super Bowl but somewhere between 7-10 wins maybe they sneak in the playoffs.
13-4.. Trey is gonna ball out.
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