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Making a generalization that Kyle Shanahan is basically Mike Shanahan 2.0 isn’t a bad assumption. Kyle learned under offensive coordinators that learned under his father Mike afterall. They both run a similar offense and there’s that whole generational thing. Rex Ryan was similar to his dad Buddy both in personality and defensive scheme. San Francisco 49ers tight ends coach Jon Embree has worked under both of the Shanahan’s andwas Matt Maiocco’s latest guest on the 49ers Insider Podcast. We’ve already discussed how Kittle will be with Tony Gonzalez , one of Embree’s previous players during his time in Atlanta, but there’s a lot of good history to go around. Given that Embry has worked under both Mike Shanahan and Kyle, is the one to spot the differences in coaching between the two: And there you have it. Kyle is concerned about the next 10 minutes, Mike is concerned about the next year. The important thing: Both are know how to gash a defense. I’ve time-stamped the podcast below. You can listen to it by using the widget above. If it does not appear Joe Staley Jersey , you can click here. 00:32 - The Senior Bowl as a player02:36 - What the title of “49ers assistant head coach” means04:53 - College coaching vs. Pro Coaching06:08 - How his stint as a head coach at Colorado made him a better coach07:45 - The difficulty in coaching at Colorado08:15 - How Herm Edwards gave him his first coaching shot at the NFL09:39 - Coaching Tony Gonzalez11:03 - George Kittle’s training with Tony Gonzalez15:07 - Working for Mike Shanahan in Washington16:15 - Mike vs. Kyle Shanahan coaching styles18:03 - Similarities/differences with son Taylor (49ers offensive quality control coach)21:54 - On returning to the head coaching ranks Pettis has a chance to be big time in the NFL"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsToday's NFL NewsSan Francisco 49ers NewsNFL NewsDante Pettis showed traits of a #1 receiver as a rookieNew,191commentsPettis has a chance to be big time in the NFLPDTShareTweetShareShareDante Pettis showed traits of a #1 receiver as a rookieKyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsIt’s tough for rookies to come in at the wide receiver position and excel right away in the NFL. It’s just not an easy transition. In college, a lot of receivers are facing guys that will never sniff an NFL roster. Often times receivers are facing off coverage in college. There are plenty of occurrences where these guys aren’t in realistic situations that they see on Sundays.The injury didn’t do rookie Dante Pettis any favors. When he returned, he was the San Francisco 49ers clear number one threat. One thing that I feel like the football watching crowd doesn’t do a good enough job of explaining is that just because a player wasn’t targeted Solomon Thomas Color Rush Jersey , doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good play. Pettis is a great example of this. Against the Denver Broncos and Tampa Bay Buccaneers especially, Pettis had routes where he made the corner look silly. On a 12-yard curl, I saw him make a corner literally fall against Tampa Bay. On a simple 10-yard in route against Bradley Roby, Pettis made the now Houston Texan’s knees buckle. He’s fascinating to watch.Rare rookie numbersThe production Pettis put up when he was targeted was nothing short of impressive. In 40 targets Pettis scored five touchdowns. 33 of those targets came with backup QBs. Scoring a touchdown once every eight targets is unheard of. To do so without the starting quarterback screams that Pettis has a bright future ahead of him.Pettis finished the year with 27 receptions.19 of those went for a first down.Look through some previous rookie year numbers. You’re not going to find this type of production. Credit Kyle Shanahan for moving Pettis around. Credit Pettis for being able to win at every level of the field. Check out some of these routes. He was really , really good last year:Sophomore slump?Injuries. That’s what will slow Pettis down. You will usually see players make their biggest jump from year one to year two. If the 49ers are going to make some noise and be the offense that everyone hopes, Pettis has to stay healthy. He’s the only true perimeter threat that can consistently win 1-on-1 on the roster. That will likely change with the draft. I fear that Pettis may have spoiled Niner fans and they will expect whoever the team selects to come in and be just as productive in year one. That’s just not a realistic expectation. Thinking Pettis can be a true number one receiver in year two is, though.

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