When you remember the amount of dazzling plays Matt made last season in his backup role as a rookie, it only makes sense that he will climb the ladder a bit higher this season. Especially know that he is most likely fully acclimated to the NFL.
By Al Sacco 49ERSWEBZONE
“With all of the talk about how McKinnon will fit in, the other guy in the San Francisco backfield, Matt Breida, seems to have become a forgotten man. That shouldn't be the case though, as anyone who's paying attention should know that Breida is poised for a breakout season of his own.
Going unnoticed isn't something that's unfamiliar to Breida. After a subpar senior season at Georgia Southern, Breida went undrafted despite putting up prolific rushing numbers in his sophomore (171/1485/17) and junior (203/1609/17) campaigns. The 49ers took a chance on him as a free agent, but few thought he'd be able to make much of an impact with incumbent Carlos Hyde, fourth-round pick Joe Williams, and veteran Tim Hightower seemingly ahead of him on the depth chart. However, as he tends to do, Breida overcame the odds, winning the backup role out of camp.” @alsacco49 continues to elaborate today, on why you can expect plenty of contribution from Matt Breida at 49ERSWEBZONE.com and I’m pppuuummmppeeddd!
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