Carr has shown glimmers of hope, but he can't do it all for an offense dialing up a higher percentage of three-and-outs than any squad since 2005.
"I understand the frustration, and I don't think there is anybody that this has affected more than myself," offensive coordinator Greg Olson said this week, per CSN Bay Area. "Certainly, I understand I've got to do a better job and that the job has not been up to par at this point."
"We'll just keep working every day and try to get better," Olson said. "Again, it's not my first year as a coordinator. It's certainly not my best, obviously. But there will be better days ahead."