Deducing how 49ers will ‘impose their will’ in the ever-critical running game
Elijah Mitchell, Trey Lance, and Deebo Samuel aren’t the 49ers’ only rushing threats for this ground-and-pound season
SANTA CLARA — The admonition went out across the 49ers media room quickly after training: "post no recordings or photos of the 49ers' running back drills."
The 49ers' 53-man program cuts this previous week portrayed their ground-and-pound approach, which ought to help Lance's onboarding as an NFL beginning quarterback
They have 10 hostile linemen, four tight closures, and All-Pro fullback Kyle Juszczyk to help block for, indeed, no less than four unadulterated running backs
Trey Sermon got postponed, paying little mind to be a 2021 third-balance pick of school forces to be reckoned with Ohio State and Oklahoma. The lesson didn't run perfectly in that frame of mind in the preseason, yet he might have filled the third-down
These 49ers, be that as it may, need however much profundity as could be expected for backbone-type rushers
"This year I am centered around attempting to make individuals miss more, rather than simply running into everyone," Mitchell said Monday