Watch out NFC West defenses, there's a new player in town. That's right: the San Francisco 49ers offense.
Kyle Shanahan's new unit used its opening drive under quarterback Brian Hoyer to carve apart the notable Minnesota Vikings defense Sunday night. What makes the feat impressive is that the Vikings defense is perennially seen as one of the league's best.
Free agent pick up Pierre Garcon caught a few passes while fellow free agent addition Marquise Goodwin used his sprinter's speed to haul in a 46-yard bomb from Hoyer.
Who knew the 49ers offense would actually come out firing like this?
San Francisco led 7-0 midway through the opening quarter.