I hope you aren't looking to the San Francisco 49ers' preseason game plans for hints about what the team might do during the regular season with quarterbacks Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance. General manager John Lynch said this morning on KNBR that the team isn't revealing much in exhibition games.
Lance will get on the field in 2021, even with Garoppolo starting. The team will likely deploy offensive packages specifically designed for the rookie's dynamic talents. Of course, head coach Kyle Shanahan isn't showing off any of that just yet.
"[I]f we are in a situation like that, yes, it's difficult to prepare for," Lynch, a Hall of Fame safety, said on the Murph & Mac show. "We haven't shown a lot in the preseason, as well, in terms of the things we can do with both Trey and Jimmy. But that's not only for us. That's league-wide. You really don't know, going into the first couple of games, what you're going to see."