Good to see some game-planning. I still think that Harbaugh is dogging it, making the offense very vanilla. It won't be night and day, but I would expect them to compete offensively and have a chance in every game, granted they don't have to come from behind more than 10 points and they don't have a lot of turnovers (which neither is a given).
The depth in the secondary wasn't that great last night so that's still an area of concern but the D-Line and pass rush look to be coming along nicely. Hope they can create a lot of pressure so the secondary isn't hung out to dry. They are going to give up some big plays.
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Aldon Smith stat line from last night: 7 tackles, 2 ½ sacks, two tackles for loss and four quarterback hits. Quarterbacks beware.
Dobbs is just bench pressing tackles out there. Can't believe he went undrafted.
Kendell Hunter better be the #2 back and kick returner. Big play waiting to happen.
Can't wait /Bart Scott voice for next week. Finally real football.
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