Let's face it. The biggest question we all want answered sooner rather than later is who will the 3-headed Cerberus of Jed York - Trent Baalke - Jim Tomsula give the keys to the San Francisco 49ers offense? Sure all the positions on the coaching staff will be important, but with Tomsula at the helm, there is a good chance that the defense will continue to be strong. It is the future of the offense and its enigmatic QB Colin Kaepernick that are difficult to foresee, let alone analyze.
There have been a lot of names already connected to the position, but the time it has taken for things to develop will lead you to believe that Rob Chudzinski, rather than Lane Kiffin as Adam Schefter states, is the front-runner. Now that the Indianapolis Colts are officially eliminated from contention, things could move very quickly, if Chudzinski is really the target.
Of course, most of us thought that Vic Fangio was also in the lead for the head coaching position, so we could be in for another surprise here. My main qualm (or should we say ulcer) about Kiffin possibly getting the job is that potentially, his offensive philosophy just might be more suited to Kaepernick's game and the power-running that both Baalke and Tomsula prefer. That is no endorsement since I actually prefer Chudz for the job, but as Fooch likes to say, "anything is possible".
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The Man Anquan
Although he has only been here for a few seasons at the tail end of his career, Anquan Boldin is one 49er who is the true definition of class.
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