Ok first things first. 49ers are obvioulsy way deeper than Oakland, and, as for now, I'm gonna call that just a consequence of having alot of rookies and unproven players on our 2nd and 3rd team O's and D's (I mean if this is a rebuilding process, then these type of embarassments have to happen in order to improve, and better now than opening night against Denver). The 2nd Half was laughable on Oakland's side, especially the drive leading up to the 2nd TD, I mean they gave the ball to the same guy 7 TIMES. Adjustments anyone?..............(ok ok, Remember, were trying to be positive here).
I was delighted to see our 1st team defense, and our 2nd team defense (for a second week) get stout in the redzone and stop what could have been a couple of "gimme" touchdowns for the 49ers. Shaunessy and McClain end up witha couple of picks (nice).( <----you'll note that's about the only thing I could pull positive out of the defense last night.)
The offense was definitely a high note for last night, and if the defense could have allowed Campbell and the O to actually get back on the field for more than a couple of drives I think we would have cured that redzone misfire with a TD. Denarius MOORE baby, Moore is better, as with most things. Receiveing, kick return, you name it, this guy alongside Ford are going to be a forced to be reckoned with come monday night. I was also surpised to see DHB show up with some grabs. If he continues at that pace, he might just make me forget that we coulda had crabtree. And if we REALLY look at last nights "starting" offense and consider the absence of McFadden, Murphy, Schilins, Ford, etc. I'd say we actually did alright (again I'm stressing O, right now).
Side note: Im a Raiders fan living in New Orleans, and I have yet to meet many Raiders fans, so next week show me some love as I will surley be alone in a bar full of Saints fans decked out in my Raiders gear, getting an earful from all the who dats.