How 49ers HC Kyle Shanahan Uses Trey Lance Like He’s Tim Tebow



Grant Cohn and Jack Hammer talk about how San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan makes use of Trey Lance like he is Tim Tebow.

How 49ers HC Kyle Shanahan Uses Trey Lance Like He’s Tim Tebow

18 thoughts on “How 49ers HC Kyle Shanahan Uses Trey Lance Like He’s Tim Tebow”

  1. The worst part is that he knows he's only got 1 viable qb on the roster and decided to treat him like an udfa rb. Kyle either has zero awareness of situational football or he is doing this intentionally…

  2. I am not an expert on the X's and O's of football but on that 4th and 2, looks like JJ Watt was able to blow up the play because he has a 1-on-1 with Woerner (a TE) and won. Looks like McGlinchey and Woerner could have double teamed Watt to move Watt at the point of attack (McGlinchey ended up not really contributing on that play). I know Kyle is more on zone blocking scheme, so there are not really double-team blocks, but if we are planning to run power with Lance, shouldn't we have a power blocking scheme that utilizes more double teams? Or stick to zone reads….

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