With Colin Kaepernick now the starter, he's going to attract attention for more than his refusal to stand during the national anthem. It took a four-game slide with Blaine Gabbert showing little at quarterback for coach Chip Kelly to make the change.
“We need to move the football offensively and that's why we made the decision to do what we were doing,” Kelly says. “So, hopefully we can get a little more consistency on the offensive side of the ball and that's what I think we need.”
“Critical things in third down I think have been the things that we've really tried to emphasize and work on as we get moving forward here. That's what we're hoping for and that's why we made the move.”
Buffalo is hoping to keep streaking after going 3-0 since elevating Anthony Lynn to offensive coordinator