The 49ers on Monday announced their entire 19-member staff of assistant coaches under first-year coach Jim Tomsula.
On Tuesday, Steve Young, who less than two weeks ago questioned what San Francisco's identity will be under Tomsula, weighed in again on the team's newly assembled staff.
"I just don't know them. I don't know Jim. I can't really comment because I don't know them," Young told Comcast SportsNet's Jim Kozimor from Pebble Beach. "We don't know their history. They are about to write their history and I guess in some ways that's good.
"We're just gonna get behind Jim and wish for the best. It's a high-risk situation when you turn over your whole staff but we'll hope for the best."
Over Jim Harbaugh's first three years at the helm, the 49ers appeared in back-to-back-to-back NFC title games, and reached the Super Bowl during the 2012 season.
But in 2014, the team went 8-8 and the organization and Harbaugh elected to "mutually part ways."
"Obviously from the owner-general manager-head coach there was a lot of discord," Young explained. "And that's a problem, and it usually shows up. This is a high-intensity, very complex, difficult thing to do to try and win in the NFL. So when you have those kind of things fractured at the top, it's tough to go win football games."
Will the 49ers be able to win enough games to get back to the playoffs? It's only February, but many analysts and pundits alike think the team will regress even more in 2015.
Young, who led the franchise to its last Super Bowl title in the 1994 campaign, believes the talent is there to capture San Francisco's sixth Lombardi Trophy.
"They have a great roster. They have a Super Bowl roster," Young said. "They have the guys to go do it. I think the expectation needs to be that they can go get one."
The expectations are absolutely "Super Bowl or bust." 49ers CEO Jed York said as much back on Dec. 29.
"It's up to us to make sure we compete for and win Super Bowls. That's our only goal. We don't raise division championship banners. We don't raise NFC championship banners. We raise Super Bowl banners. And whenever we don't deliver that, I hope you will hold me directly responsible and accountable for it."