Jed York’s San Francisco 49ers look to be in shambles after losing their head coach and star running back — while having two core members of their defense retire.
While speaking with Bloomberg Television’s Cory Johnson on a number of different topics, York said that the 49ers got away from organizations ‘core strengths’ under Harbaugh.
York believes the new Niners regime will open things up — while utilizing the teams strengths.
“We’re trying to win a Super Bowl. We haven’t been able to do that. And I think what we’re trying to do is build a team that focuses on our core strengths. I think we got away from that a little bit. I think we tried to do too much and be something that we weren’t. I think you’re gonna see us get back to the basics, get back to letting our players go out and make plays….You look at our offense last year. It wasn’t I think where it should have been. I think we have better talent than what our results showed.”
Three straight NFC Championship games and a Super Bowl appearance seem strong to me.