Beware - The 49ers Pistol, Read Option Playbook Lives Here!

Beware - The 49ers Pistol, Read Option Playbook Lives Here!
The 49er Pistol Read Option Offense Lives Here.

Friday, August 23, 2013

New 49ers Blog Spot News - Pistol Read Option Secrets - Lockette Out - Tolzien and McCoy Next?

The 49ers plan is to set a new NFL scoring record with young, healthy, skilled players who now have the ability to set the record this year. Is this a secret? The 49ers can unleash now their new, fast and furious attack - 75% of these plays come from the 49ers pistol, read option playbook. This attack has few or no huddles and increases their average scoring to 40 points per game. The 2013 Kaepernick Pistol San Francisco O can win an NFL record for scoring, 640 points this season. The current record set in 2007 and is held by the Patriots who scored 589 points. Those Patriots went undefeated in 2007, won two playoff games, and then they lost the Superbowl to the Giants.

Some people think the Seahawks or Redskins can brake the scoring record before the 49ers because San Francisco invests too much time in the old West Coast playbook. I think maybe the Eagles with Mike Vick and coach Chip Kelly are the real other threat to break this record, as every day all day long... even now they are developing the new Eagle Duck attack...  they plan to break the record first by running more plays per game, better and faster than anyone else.

a new 49er arrived this week as another left. Lockette was cut yesterday. I thought McCoy and Tolzien were getting the axe.  Coach fooled me, maybe he knows something I do not... ya-think?  BJ Daniels is the only backup QB on the team good enough to be a 49er, he is the Kaepernick backup. The other 3 QB backup circus of mediocrity is either a diversion or mistake. B.J. Daniels already has good skill, talent, and attitude, with proven abilities to run, pass and score at will using read option plays. Daniels needs more playing time, a good reason to dump the other 3 guys who can't win by their experience as many games as Daniels can win with his talent, skill, and athletic ability.

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