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San Francisco 49ers Put Faith in Alex Smith with 2010 Draft

At the conclusion of the 2004 NFL season, the San Francisco 49ers held a record of 2-14 and were rewarded with the No. 1 overall draft choice in the following draft.

While they needed a quarterback and selected one in Alex Smith, the rest of the squad was still in need of dramatic repairs.

Their best receiver, Terrell Owens, was traded over the prior offseason, the offensive line was in shambles, the secondary was led by Ahmed Plummer and Mike Rumph, and Mike Nolan was in his first year as an NFL ahead coach.

Furthermore, promising young running back Kevan Barlow plummeted in 2004 and 2005 after being handed the No. 1 tailback role when fan favorite Garrison Hearst was let go.

Plus, you have to factor in that Alex Smith’s first offensive coordinator was...

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