Tedd Gin Jr: Decoy or Weapon?
Recently we heard that the 49ers moved Crabtree to the slot during three receiver sets. Which translates to Ted Ginn being pushed outside to the X or Y receiver during these sets. This means a couple of things. First it means that Kyle Williams probably isn’t going to make an impact this season. It could also mean something for Ted Ginn, it either means that he has impressed the coaches enough that they want to give him an expanded role in the offense, or that they see him as a decoy. There’s no doubt that Ginn is fast enough to be a decoy but if his hands don’t come around that might be the only thing he’s good for. I hope he can do more than that, we will see when camp starts.
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