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"San Francisco 49ers off-season post"


  

          

Welp, that kinda sucked. So close and yet so far. We got doomed by poor play in the first half and shitty play-calling on the final three plays of the game. And yes, the refereeing was kinda suspect, but we had many a chance to rise above that and didn't. So it goes.

On to the next season. The good news? Almost all of our contributors are certainly returning, and the good ones are getting better. Kaep is still reaching his potential. For the first half of the SB, he looked very much like a guy starting his 10th NFL game, but he brought the ruckus in the second half. Crabtree has turned the corner and will continue to get better. James will continue to improve. Our D didn't quite look like our D for a little over half the game, but I don't see it slipping in the season to come.

The bad news? The NFC West isn't getting any easier. Seahawks are on the come up. The Rams are improving. The Cardinals really just need any competent QB to make them competitive. So we can't just rest on our laurels right now.

Off-season priorites: First, trade Alex Smith if we can. Looks doable, as apparently the Chiefs and the Browns are interested. I'd be fine with him on either of those squads. Second, draft some defensive players. Yeah, we're strong, but our key guys played LOTS of snaps during the season. And by the time the play-offs came, a lot were hurt and exhausted. And seeing as we may lose Goldson, we gotta keep the talent pool fresh. Third, probably pick up another WR. Moss is certainly gone, so we need another option.

So, that's it in broad strokes. Sucks we couldn't make it, but we have the talent and ability to be back next year. So let's make it happpen.

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damn, lol..g'head and delete mine
Feb 04th 2013
1
D'oh! Didn't see that. Sorry sir.
Feb 04th 2013
3
      lol no prob at all my man
Feb 04th 2013
5
RE: San Francisco 49ers off-season post
Feb 04th 2013
2
u may not have to wait a couple years for Kaep to be top 5-10
Feb 04th 2013
6
Yea, a lot of my niner brethren dont want to take on his salary...
Feb 04th 2013
7
      After watching that game Sunday I might be open to Revis
Feb 04th 2013
17
possibly too soon for rational thought, but
Feb 04th 2013
10
RE: San Francisco 49ers off-season post
Feb 04th 2013
22
Y'all have a bright future. Kaep is Warren Moon with 4.4 speed
Feb 04th 2013
4
RE: Kaep is Warren Moon with 4.4 speed
Feb 04th 2013
12
Why you even here? To talk about Larry Grant?
Feb 04th 2013
13
      Why you behaving like a prepubescent girl?
Feb 04th 2013
15
warren moon used up all his 4.4 speed during that decade in canada
Feb 04th 2013
14
      : - )
Feb 04th 2013
23
Y'all have secondary issues, everything else is a secondary issue
Feb 04th 2013
8
hurts bad.
Feb 04th 2013
9
RE: San Francisco 49ers off-season post
Feb 04th 2013
11
get rid of Whitner man
Feb 04th 2013
16
Goldson far worse
Feb 04th 2013
18
Short version
Feb 04th 2013
19
The fucked up play calling did not start on 4th & goal.
Feb 04th 2013
20
RE: The fucked up play calling did not start on 4th & goal.
Feb 04th 2013
31
I'm willing to give cut the D some slack 'cause they were hurt
Feb 04th 2013
21
      Culliver sucked period
Feb 04th 2013
30
           did he say he audibled to that play call? cuz he had no time
Feb 04th 2013
34
           It was longer than a second
Feb 04th 2013
36
                1.2 seconds?
Feb 14th 2013
74
           It was a bad game for everyone who talked a lot in advance
Feb 04th 2013
35
                I don't even want Moss back after this
Feb 04th 2013
37
                     Moss is clearly gone after his SB performance.
Feb 04th 2013
38
                          I just don't get that dude
Feb 04th 2013
39
                               I can't really fathom it either
Feb 04th 2013
41
                                    Ha!
Feb 05th 2013
43
Y'all need a real deuce for Frank Gore
Feb 04th 2013
24
James is our 3rd RB
Feb 04th 2013
25
Eh, James is still young. And Kendall Hunter was injured
Feb 04th 2013
26
Ah, ok. I understand now. n/m
Feb 04th 2013
27
This
Feb 04th 2013
32
Gore has to be one of the most underrated players in the las 20 years
Feb 04th 2013
29
Brad Seely
Feb 04th 2013
28
I don't think you make a move like that right now
Feb 04th 2013
33
we need some CB coverage
Feb 04th 2013
40
Oldpro about to spaz out (swipe)
Feb 05th 2013
42
I think it's still 50/50
Feb 05th 2013
44
Yeah i read that
Feb 05th 2013
45
Sad news here (swipe)
Feb 06th 2013
46
Yeah, just read that. That's really fucked up
Feb 06th 2013
47
this is the most fucked up part of it all
Feb 06th 2013
48
RE: Sad news here (swipe)
Feb 06th 2013
49
Talk about a weekend you want to forget
Feb 06th 2013
50
ugh
Feb 06th 2013
51
Suggs believes (swipe)
Feb 10th 2013
52
the biggest silver lining of the season
Feb 10th 2013
53
      Having a guy like this just starting his career...
Feb 11th 2013
55
Peter King pointed out that if somehow the Ravens F*D up with Flacco
Feb 11th 2013
54
I'd think so
Feb 11th 2013
57
Ravens ain't gonna fuck that one up
Feb 11th 2013
62
So how do you guys feel about Percy Harvin?
Feb 11th 2013
56
Injury concerns aside
Feb 11th 2013
58
I like it. I think we should make it happen
Feb 11th 2013
59
HELL. FUCKING. YEA.
Feb 11th 2013
60
seriously, you need someone to co-sign this no-brainer?
Feb 11th 2013
63
I wouldn't want Manningham cut either
Feb 11th 2013
64
      14+
Feb 11th 2013
65
           Crabs will be coming up soon too though...
Feb 11th 2013
67
My boy, the vikes fan, just texted me about this
Feb 13th 2013
72
finally checking in
Feb 11th 2013
61
I'm hoping they'll use this year the way the '84 team used '83
Feb 11th 2013
66
      should have been 16-0
Feb 11th 2013
68
      dwight hicks and the hot licks >>> whitner and them.
Feb 15th 2013
94
I would NOT be mad at Jennings, interesting comments on Harvin...
Feb 13th 2013
69
I would be happy with Jennings...but Fuck the B.S. lets go get Harvin
Feb 13th 2013
70
      Yeah I'd rather have Harvin too
Feb 13th 2013
71
           Yes, im a firm believer that individuals could only rupture already bad
Feb 13th 2013
73
                It's not about our locker room it's about producing
Feb 14th 2013
77
                     So Percy Harvin doesn't produce is what you're trying to say?
Feb 14th 2013
78
                          not at all, but his rep preceded him even before he was in the NFL
Feb 14th 2013
79
                               Ok a few things:
Feb 14th 2013
80
                                    RE: Ok a few things:
Feb 14th 2013
86
                                         How many games has he missed due to headaches?
Feb 15th 2013
87
                                              mid-tier free agent wideouts typically see amongst the highest erosion.....
Feb 15th 2013
92
                                                   I don't consider Harvin mid tier but ok
Feb 15th 2013
93
                                                        best move we didn't make fam! LOL
Jul 29th 2013
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                                                             lol you got me there
Aug 12th 2013
307
Mortensen: Smith trade market limited
Feb 14th 2013
75
Fuck it, 4-5th rounder it is
Feb 14th 2013
76
The best thing about Alex getting traded...
Feb 14th 2013
81
      Maybe we should do one of these in Dolphin threads every time they L
Feb 14th 2013
82
           I might be picking them to win the AFC East next year
Feb 14th 2013
83
49er logos, patches and uniforms throughout history
Feb 14th 2013
84
I miss this font
Feb 14th 2013
85
Dashon Goldson wants top tier money, but is he worth it? (swipe)
Feb 15th 2013
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it depends on the replacement available
Feb 15th 2013
89
finally able to talk about it. .....2nd down and 5.
Feb 15th 2013
90
something Kaep struggled with all year
Feb 15th 2013
91
      yep, all year.
Feb 15th 2013
95
           we had at least 2 delay of games
Feb 15th 2013
96
fuck... still not ready for this...
Feb 21st 2013
97
should baalke take a look at charles woodson?
Feb 27th 2013
98
No
Feb 27th 2013
99
charles woodson from 2007, sure
Feb 27th 2013
100
15 picks?
Feb 27th 2013
101
UPDATED: 49ers' 15 draft picks provides flexibility
Feb 27th 2013
102
      Should be lots of wheeling and dealing on draft day
Feb 27th 2013
103
           Same here
Feb 27th 2013
104
           RE: Should be lots of wheeling and dealing on draft day
Feb 27th 2013
105
                don't hold your breath for Revis
Feb 27th 2013
106
                I just don't know that they need to
Feb 27th 2013
107
                     And moving up impacts your cap number
Feb 27th 2013
108
                          But they also won't be able to pay 15 guys
Feb 28th 2013
112
                               or even if we could pay them
Feb 28th 2013
114
Alex to KC ends the wildest 9er career in memory
Feb 27th 2013
109
I'll always like the guy
Feb 27th 2013
110
Well, in honor of Smith moving on
Feb 27th 2013
111
      91% to recipients is a great number for a charity
Feb 28th 2013
113
           reinforces why it's so bizarre that some on OKP hate him so much
Feb 28th 2013
115
                I respect you guys rooting for Alex Smith...
Feb 28th 2013
116
                     I always follow ex-Niners who've been here a while
Feb 28th 2013
118
                     I understand...Im not going as far as 'KC's my 2nd team' though
Feb 28th 2013
119
                          ha. i might actually have a KC hat from '93 still in moms' basement.
Feb 28th 2013
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                          Haha
Mar 01st 2013
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                          agreed
Feb 28th 2013
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                               I don't agree with that
Mar 07th 2013
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                     you been actin' like you've been the only mark for kap.
Feb 28th 2013
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                     I know I'm not, but I mean...look at that regular season thread
Mar 01st 2013
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                     Let's be fair
Feb 28th 2013
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                          RE: Let's be fair
Mar 01st 2013
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                               I think you deserve a lot of credit
Mar 07th 2013
129
                                    plus, he enabled us to dumb 8+ mil of salary and gain an extra
Mar 07th 2013
130
                                         Kap's ascension was a franchise changer no doubt
Mar 07th 2013
133
class act. much respect
Feb 28th 2013
117
So what do yall think about taking a look at Vince Young?
Mar 07th 2013
128
I have no problem with it at all
Mar 07th 2013
131
Never hurts to look
Mar 07th 2013
132
Boldin a 9er?
Mar 11th 2013
134
Not mad at that move at all
Mar 11th 2013
135
I'm more than not mad
Mar 11th 2013
136
needs its own post.
Mar 11th 2013
137
lol
Mar 11th 2013
138
Like the move. Certainly won't hurt.
Mar 11th 2013
139
You're way understating the importance of this move
Mar 11th 2013
142
Yeah buddy...I was wondering why they passed on Harvin
Mar 11th 2013
148
6th rounder = playing with house's money.
Mar 11th 2013
140
I'm seeing some say this means Manningham is going to get cut
Mar 11th 2013
141
      I would rather keep Mario, but i can kinda see him going
Mar 11th 2013
143
What do y'all think about moving up in the first
Mar 11th 2013
144
If they feel they can get an impact player then sure
Mar 11th 2013
145
Is Ed Reed next?
Mar 11th 2013
146
Anyone know if Ray Lewis is available!
Mar 11th 2013
147
We stay signing niggas who just beat our ass
Mar 11th 2013
149
our red-zone performance better be ridiculous
Mar 12th 2013
151
RE: We stay signing niggas who just beat our ass
Mar 12th 2013
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      that's kind of mine too
Mar 12th 2013
153
so Goldson is gone, right?
Mar 12th 2013
150
Really proud of the 9ers front office
Mar 12th 2013
156
Delanie to Titans
Mar 12th 2013
154
After the Bouldin move we all saw this coming
Mar 12th 2013
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fuckin sucks...
Mar 12th 2013
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He will be missed
Mar 12th 2013
159
Gonna miss him, but best of luck to dude
Mar 12th 2013
160
Glenn Dorsey coming to down tomorrow....
Mar 12th 2013
158
Well, the exodus has begun
Mar 12th 2013
161
glenn dorsey
Mar 14th 2013
162
Looks like a NT but he might rotate
Mar 14th 2013
163
      I think I'd rather have Nnamdi than Los
Mar 14th 2013
164
           But can Nnamdi play? Was it more on the Eagles or him?
Mar 14th 2013
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           I'm not sure Nnamdi is a good fit to replace Rogers
Mar 14th 2013
166
                I think Culliver is going to safety
Mar 15th 2013
167
                     He's a man cover who was playing in a zone scheme
Mar 15th 2013
169
                          I think it's a little more complicated than that
Mar 15th 2013
170
                               Good break down Tek
Mar 15th 2013
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Talks heating up between 49ers and Asomugha, Woodson (swipe)
Mar 15th 2013
168
very hopeful about this one
Mar 15th 2013
171
remind me, WHY are cats so mad at alex smith?
Mar 15th 2013
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lol
Mar 15th 2013
173
Smith before Harbaugh: Smith takes the snap, rolls to his right...
Mar 15th 2013
174
Montana said he looked at some film at the request of Keena Turner
Mar 15th 2013
176
you and me have said this ad nauseum
Mar 16th 2013
178
Sing and Raye's sucked so bad.
Mar 16th 2013
180
my point was specifically related to Kolb
Mar 16th 2013
177
Wait a minute...
Mar 16th 2013
179
      fans in the stands were, i believe through the first four or five weeks
Mar 18th 2013
181
           at one one point, o'sullivan had more turnovers by himself than
Mar 18th 2013
183
                dang, I'm glad i completely forgot about that
Mar 19th 2013
187
you realise you started an alex smith convo, of your own volition
Mar 18th 2013
184
      why are you here?
Mar 18th 2013
186
craig dahl? *YAWN*
Mar 18th 2013
182
seems like Baalke is looking to the draft
Mar 18th 2013
185
Colt McCoy huh?
Apr 02nd 2013
188
definitely was a *crickets chirping* moment
Apr 02nd 2013
189
McCoy isn't a lock for the roster
Apr 02nd 2013
190
      more of a lock than johnson
Apr 02nd 2013
193
Solid if unspectacular move
Apr 02nd 2013
191
i don't see the big deal
Apr 02nd 2013
192
Nnamdi coming back to the Bay
Apr 02nd 2013
194
Can't be mad at that @ all
Apr 02nd 2013
195
^^pretty much my reply.
Apr 02nd 2013
197
This made my afternoon
Apr 02nd 2013
196
Nice
Apr 02nd 2013
198
People trying to say this was a dumb move...
Apr 03rd 2013
199
is Perrish Cox out?
Apr 03rd 2013
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      Nobody is out yet
Apr 03rd 2013
201
So, they announced the schedule.
Apr 19th 2013
202
i kinda hate the first half of season here.
Apr 19th 2013
205
That Colt's game has me a little nervous, I must admit
Apr 19th 2013
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If we can go 2-0 to start
Apr 19th 2013
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this stupid motherfucka yo
Apr 19th 2013
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I facepalmed @ the username "cullyinthehouse"
Apr 19th 2013
204
wack on the field, wack on the tweet.
Apr 19th 2013
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SF interested in trading up to the 13th or 14th overall pick (swipe)
Apr 22nd 2013
209
Still doesn't seem worth it to me
Apr 22nd 2013
210
it doesn't make sense for DT or S
Apr 22nd 2013
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      I'd be even more shocked to see them trade up for a WR
Apr 22nd 2013
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If we trade up, we are going for Austin..my belief
Apr 23rd 2013
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      RE: If we trade up, we are going for Austin..my belief
Apr 23rd 2013
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      you might be right
Apr 23rd 2013
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           RE: you might be right
Apr 23rd 2013
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           not literally benched, but
Apr 24th 2013
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                oh hell no lol...we'd stay in 3 wide sets though
Apr 24th 2013
220
           i forget aj jenkins is a 49er until someone mentions his name. nm
Apr 23rd 2013
218
49ers @ Skins 11/25 MNF... Ill be there
Apr 23rd 2013
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yeah, niggas from work who are skins fans been yapping about it
Apr 26th 2013
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Ill let you know when I buy my tickets then sir
Apr 26th 2013
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      RE: Ill let you know when I buy my tickets then sir
Apr 26th 2013
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I'm There
Apr 28th 2013
242
I called it!
Apr 26th 2013
221
Reid seems like a good pick
Apr 26th 2013
222
we just gave up one of our 3rds
Apr 26th 2013
224
Who do you take with the 2nd rounder??
Apr 26th 2013
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ertz
Apr 26th 2013
228
we got two
Apr 26th 2013
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      ^^^^
Apr 26th 2013
230
      I meant to say
Apr 26th 2013
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      RE: we got two
Apr 26th 2013
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           yeah, it's just not a need
Apr 26th 2013
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cornelius carradine - DE from FSU
Apr 26th 2013
231
we still need an answer at NT
Apr 26th 2013
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      RE: we still need an answer at NT
Apr 26th 2013
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Patton and Lattimore in the 4th
Apr 27th 2013
237
we love ACL recovery stories
Apr 27th 2013
238
Pretty solid draft
Apr 27th 2013
239
Patton is going to be huge... We are all of a sudden
Apr 27th 2013
240
Don't forget Lockette
Apr 28th 2013
241
      very true..i'd be hurt if we let crabs walk though
Apr 28th 2013
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           Crabs might be hard to sign
Apr 29th 2013
244
                That is typically true. I think we're going to let Justin walk
Apr 29th 2013
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                     wouldn't shock me
Apr 29th 2013
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                          How I see it:
Apr 29th 2013
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                               Crabtree is a maybe imo
Apr 29th 2013
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                               I think it's between him and Vernon
Apr 29th 2013
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                               obviously it would be great if we keep him
Apr 29th 2013
251
                               My take
Apr 29th 2013
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London calling: 49ers sign Lawrence Okoye (swipe)
May 01st 2013
252
new santa clara stadium name........WAIT FOR IT...
May 08th 2013
253
could be worse
May 13th 2013
254
or Monster Park
May 13th 2013
255
Yeah I'm good with it
May 14th 2013
256
Pretty good as far as corporate sponsorships go
May 14th 2013
257
      admittedly i'm starting to get used to it.
Jun 04th 2013
271
has everyone seen this? (sport science w/ Colin Kaepernick)
May 15th 2013
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he's got all the tools
May 15th 2013
259
      lol..man tell me about it
May 15th 2013
260
So, we got the Super Bowl
May 21st 2013
261
Crabtree...torn achilles. Ouch.
May 22nd 2013
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Damn, huge blow
May 22nd 2013
263
good thing we drafted future legit number 2 guy, Quinton Patton
May 22nd 2013
264
see my post #241
May 22nd 2013
265
      I agree with that
May 22nd 2013
267
well, shit
May 22nd 2013
266
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
May 22nd 2013
268
Sux...he was Kaep's fav target too
May 22nd 2013
269
so, eric mangini as "sr. offensive consultant"...
Jun 04th 2013
270
tarell brown says come watch my L
Jul 26th 2013
272
I'd hurt my agent
Aug 03rd 2013
278
injury bug
Aug 02nd 2013
274
RE: injury bug
Aug 02nd 2013
276
Damn I hear AJ Jenkins is still disappointing
Aug 02nd 2013
275
You said Lamichael James was going to bust too
Aug 05th 2013
283
      lol i never called him a bust
Aug 05th 2013
286
           So you just say "reach" then pat yourself on the back if the guy busts
Aug 12th 2013
303
                do you know what a reach is?
Aug 12th 2013
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                     I know I'm going to regret engaging you at this level but here goes
Aug 13th 2013
313
Bay area cats....
Aug 03rd 2013
277
Yeah it's called yahoo sports talk now
Aug 05th 2013
282
      since it's football season i added csn bay area back to my package
Aug 05th 2013
285
           ><
Aug 12th 2013
304
gotta make it thru preseason without anymore injuries
Aug 03rd 2013
279
could you have said this this time last week maybe?
Aug 03rd 2013
280
shit we haven't even played a game smh
Aug 05th 2013
281
has anyone taken a bigger L than chris culliver?
Aug 05th 2013
284
lmao
Aug 05th 2013
289
Nnamdi isn't guaranteed a roster spot (NFL.com swipe)
Aug 05th 2013
287
he'll make the team
Aug 05th 2013
288
eric wright signed.
Aug 08th 2013
290
...
Aug 09th 2013
291
nigga might just end up a bust, but QP will slide in his spot...
Aug 09th 2013
292
telling that Moore
Aug 09th 2013
293
the one and only bad Harbaugh/Trent decision thus far
Aug 09th 2013
297
      meh i am still not willing to call it a bad decision
Aug 09th 2013
298
           yea, you're right..here's to hoping he reaches his potential
Aug 10th 2013
299
           at this point the onus is squarely on jenkins
Aug 10th 2013
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           RE: meh i am still not willing to call it a bad decision
Aug 12th 2013
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                whoa, give me some historical insight on Rice
Aug 12th 2013
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                     i think he led the league in drops his rookie year
Aug 12th 2013
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                          ahh ok, i'm going to read up on this..thanks
Aug 12th 2013
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                          but he still had 49 receptions
Aug 12th 2013
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                          RE: i think he led the league in drops his rookie year
Aug 12th 2013
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yeah i hadn't paid much attention to the reports on moore
Aug 10th 2013
300
      yea, mario being healthy will take a lot of pressure off of crab's injur...
Aug 10th 2013
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lol
Aug 09th 2013
296
next draft
Aug 09th 2013
294
we have like 11 picks for next year
Aug 09th 2013
295
What games are people going to this year
Aug 13th 2013
314
nice! thats a grippa games
Aug 13th 2013
315
Yeah it is my 30th B-Day present to myself
Aug 14th 2013
316
Colts, Rams & Falcons
Aug 14th 2013
317
Colts, Cards and Seahawks
Aug 14th 2013
318
RE: What games are people going to this year
Aug 14th 2013
319
wow you touring like a dead head. well done!
Aug 14th 2013
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      Lol it seems that way but it was more of circumstance
Aug 14th 2013
321
Aaaaand... the AJ Jenkins era is over
Aug 19th 2013
322
Agreed
Aug 19th 2013
323
So Ricardo Lockette gets waived
Aug 23rd 2013
324
RE: So Ricardo Lockette gets waived
Aug 23rd 2013
325
Going to the game on sunday
Aug 23rd 2013
326
Well he's big and fast
Aug 24th 2013
327
Remember what I said: Quinton Patton
Aug 25th 2013
328
this year's draft class is looking good, right?
Aug 26th 2013
329
      it's refreshing to see the rookie FS out there playing smart football
Aug 26th 2013
332
      I wont hold AJ Jenkins against them if Baldwin plays well
Aug 26th 2013
334
colt mccoy = harbaugh's self-fulfulling prophecy for the backup
Aug 26th 2013
330
he played a long time for trade bait
Aug 26th 2013
331
I do
Aug 26th 2013
333
Wallace
Aug 26th 2013
335
      I wouldn't say it's confidence in Wallace..
Aug 26th 2013
336
Tolzein waived
Aug 26th 2013
337
Haralson heading to New Orleans
Aug 26th 2013
338
sound like he requested it
Aug 26th 2013
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      Matt Barrows posted on twitter if he makes the team, niners get a 7th
Aug 26th 2013
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           7th for a solid starter is weak
Aug 26th 2013
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I'M SO FUCKIN EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Aug 27th 2013
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Well, down to 75
Aug 27th 2013
343
long snapper drama
Aug 27th 2013
344
Wallace no-shows to pre-game meeting, McCoy confirmed as #2
Aug 29th 2013
345
sounds like he may be retiring
Aug 29th 2013
346
      dat juke nm
Aug 29th 2013
347
Quinton Patton y'all
Aug 29th 2013
348
Brian Jennings
Aug 31st 2013
349
saw he was released this morning, hurt a little
Aug 31st 2013
350
Definitely a class act
Aug 31st 2013
351

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5. "lol no prob at all my man "
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2. "RE: San Francisco 49ers off-season post"
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Niner Nation... we are in mourning. I know I am still trying to wrap my head around that game...

The Good: -Our offensive line is a force. Our offense will be a force because of it. They stay relatively healthy, and is a pretty young unit.

-Kendall Hunter, Mario Manningham, Kyle Williams, Parys Haralson will all be back next season.

-Colin Kaepernick. If he improves at the trajectory that we'd expect a QB with his potential to improve...10 starts in.. we will be talking about him as a top 5-10 QB in the entire league in a couple years.

-Michael Crabtree has become that guy I partied over dropping to us in the 2009 draft.

-Patrick Willis, Navarro Bowman, Aldon Smith, Ahmad Brooks are all under 30.

The Bad: -Justin Smith and Frank Gore aren't getting any younger.

-Greg Roman has double agent tendencies

-The cats out of the bag...Our secondary can be had.

Free Agents: Dashon Goldson, Issac Sopoaga, Delanie Walker, Randy Moss, Ricky Jean Francois, Ted Ginn Jr., Larry Grant, Clark Haggans, Leonard Davis, Tavares Gooden, Tramaine Brock, Darcell McBath

Who should we re-sign?
What are our needs?
What are we looking for in the draft?
Justin Smith surgery?

and everybody's favorite topic...What will happen with Alex Smith?

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6. "u may not have to wait a couple years for Kaep to be top 5-10"
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not sure theres 5 I'd take over him right now

as a Jet fan, I wanna keep Revis, but I gotta say, if theres 1 team I'm calling to see if they have are willing to pay a King's Ransom it's SF... Jim Harbaugh knows with Revis on his side they win that game last night no doubt and don't get torched by Julio Jones so badly vs Atlanta

  

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7. "Yea, a lot of my niner brethren dont want to take on his salary..."
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I say fuck that. If we had one guy any where near Revis level...hell, if we had the last season Carlos Rogers..we'd be partying right now.

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17. "After watching that game Sunday I might be open to Revis"
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But either way we still have to address safety from a cover standpoint.. Whitner blew a coverage too but Goldson acted like he didn't even know what half the plays were and instead stayed focused on diving head first into piles.. I'm sorry I know y'all love him but I'm done with this cat. can't have two hard hitting safeties without one that's above average in coverage.. just can't. And I damn sure don't want Whitner to go anywhere.
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10. "possibly too soon for rational thought, but"
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>The Good: -Our offensive line is a force. Our offense will be
>a force because of it. They stay relatively healthy, and is a
>pretty young unit.

Yep. I hope we are grooming or preparing to draft Goodwin's replacement.

>-Kendall Hunter, Mario Manningham, Kyle Williams, Parys
>Haralson will all be back next season.

I hope Hunter still has his burst. Our future Hunter/James backfield looked really promising as Gore fades.


>-Colin Kaepernick. If he improves at the trajectory that we'd
>expect a QB with his potential to improve...10 starts in.. we
>will be talking about him as a top 5-10 QB in the entire
>league in a couple years.

I think we can all agree Kaep is going to be exceptional. I think he's probably in the 5-10 range already. His mistakes--and there were some big ones--this post-season were all inexperienced rookie mistakes that are going to get better with more coaching and experience. At 25 he's playing about as good as Steve Young did at 29.


>-Patrick Willis, Navarro Bowman, Aldon Smith, Ahmad Brooks are
>all under 30.

Aldon Smith is 23. And he better work on some additional moves this off-season. Maybe it was injury, but it looked like opposing teams figured him out by the end of the year.


>The Bad: -Justin Smith and Frank Gore aren't getting any
>younger.

Biggest heartbreak of last night was Gore not getting his ring. He might still be on the team if/when we win one, but unlikely he'll be The Man on that team. Pretty sure if he takes one in on that last drive for his 2nd TD, he's Super Bowl MVP.


>-Greg Roman has double agent tendencies

He and Harbaugh need to sit down and script their situational plays better. And Harbaugh needs to be more forceful about overruling. He admitted he didn't like that stupid pitch call from the Rams game but he went with it anyway. I have a feeling he was not crazy about those goal-line calls either, but he's ultimately responsible.

It will help having a full off-season and playbook designed around Kaep, rather than one designed around Smith and hastily adjusted for Kaep mid-season.


>-The cats out of the bag...Our secondary can be had.

Yep. Especially with a mediocre pass rush.


>Free Agents: Dashon Goldson, Issac Sopoaga, Delanie Walker,
>Randy Moss, Ricky Jean Francois, Ted Ginn Jr., Larry Grant,
>Clark Haggans, Leonard Davis, Tavares Gooden, Tramaine Brock,
>Darcell McBath

Gotta think we've seen the last of Moss, Ginn, Davis, and Brock.

Depending on who they plan on picking up in draft/FA we may have seen the last of Goldson and Walker.


>What are we looking for in the draft?

-D-line. J-Smith and Sop are old and declining pretty fast. No way Smith should play as many snaps next year.

-A kicker.

-Safety

-A TE hybrid to potentially replace Delanie.


>and everybody's favorite topic...What will happen with Alex
>Smith?

Hope it's the Chiefs. Andy knows QBs and it's a good fan/media environment. Plus, the long tradition of 49ers QBs going to die in Kansas City (Montana, Grbac, Bono).

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22. "RE: San Francisco 49ers off-season post"
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>The Bad: -Justin Smith and Frank Gore aren't getting any
>younger.

I figure we've got our running game set. We're deep enough at the position to keep Gore as fresh as possible for a play-off run.

>-Greg Roman has double agent tendencies

Well, we certainly need better redzone plays. Him and Harbuagh need to work that shit out and start right plays exclusively for Kaep.

>-The cats out of the bag...Our secondary can be had.

Last night there was definite room for improvement, that's for sure. Culliver looked awful. On the other hand, Flacco just made some tosses that no one should have been able to catch, yet Boldin and Jones somehow did.

>Free Agents: Dashon Goldson, Issac Sopoaga, Delanie Walker,
>Randy Moss, Ricky Jean Francois, Ted Ginn Jr., Larry Grant,
>Clark Haggans, Leonard Davis, Tavares Gooden, Tramaine Brock,
>Darcell McBath

Of those, we need Sopoga and Walker. Walker won't be expensive, so I think he can re-sign him without that much of an issue. I like Goldson, but I'm not ready to break the bank for him. We can find a cheaper free-agent stop-gap and draft his eventual replacement.

>What are our needs?

D-Line. Kicker. Maybe a safety. A kicker we can get via free-agent.

>What are we looking for in the draft?

See above, but I say go for the D-Line. Maybe another WR.

>Justin Smith surgery?

Hope not, but it may be necessary.

>and everybody's favorite topic...What will happen with Alex
>Smith?

Well, hopefully we trade him to the Chiefs. Maybe the Browns; him and Norv working together again would be good for Alex. Regardless, I'd rather not let him hit the open market and let him get picked up by the Cardinals.

Still feeling good about our prospects for the future.

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4. "Y'all have a bright future. Kaep is Warren Moon with 4.4 speed"
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12. "RE: Kaep is Warren Moon with 4.4 speed"
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15. "Why you behaving like a prepubescent girl?"
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All I said was chill with the comparison..
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14. "warren moon used up all his 4.4 speed during that decade in canada"
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8. "Y'all have secondary issues, everything else is a secondary issue"
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Kap's explosiveness makes Frank Gore more replaceable. Obviously get what you can get for Alex Smith. Jim's a really good coach, he's kinda hoe-ish though. Not much that can be done about that. I'd like to think you guys will be back pretty soon.

  

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9. "hurts bad."
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bad playcalling at the end, and refball didn't help.

i really hope they remain competitive next season, but you never know what can happen, and there's always the opportunity for injuries.

i don't think the secondary is really bad; it's just they kind of get picked apart by good QBs when they play zone because the front 4 does have difficulty getting pressure at times.

  

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11. "RE: San Francisco 49ers off-season post"
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Last night was painful.

Would love to keep Goldson if we can make the money work, but I guess I should preparing myself in the event that we can't.

The team's in pretty good shape otherwise.

  

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16. "get rid of Whitner man "
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the big hits don't compensate for the absolute liability he is in coverage


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18. "Goldson far worse"
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Whitner brings a better combo of coverage and physical play.. pair him with a young cover safety and we good
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19. "Short version"
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We did it all to ourselves. I said i thought we'd shoot ourselves in the foot with a James or Gore fumble and a Kap pick.. but that we would still be able to over come it. What I didn't expect was we'd give up a return too and give up so many big pays. I'm really down on our defense this morning... the missed tackles, the dumb penalties, miss assignments.. very disappointed in them dudes right now.

The offense did pretty much what I felt the could coming in... I figured the Ravens would try and stop the run first which would create space for our passing game.. after exploiting that we could come back to the run.. and that ended up being exactly what we did. Still wasn't enough due to the slim margin of error we left ourselves with.

Let me make it clear that Kap played great for a guy in this 10th start... but I can't help but find some irony in the fact he audibled into that 4th down fade basically losing the game with his head.. our old QB's strong suit.

It just sucks period.. bring on the A's
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20. "The fucked up play calling did not start on 4th & goal. "
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31. "RE: The fucked up play calling did not start on 4th & goal. "
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No it didn't

I mean how you not gonna give Gore the ball at least a couple times down there? Even if he doesn't get in on the first carry, it forces the Ravens to call TO or the clock runs.. giving them less time if the 9ers do score. Just puzzling all the way around... but the 4th down was on Kap. It's spots like that where you need your QB to make the right read and adjustment... he's doing great for a guy with this little on field experience... but it's an area he's going to have to get better in... and I think he will
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21. "I'm willing to give cut the D some slack 'cause they were hurt"
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>I'm really down on our defense this morning...
>the missed tackles, the dumb penalties, miss assignments..
>very disappointed in them dudes right now.

But the missed tackles killed me. We gave Flacco to much time to scramble and make some incredible passes. One time it seemed like Brooks just stopped instead of going after Flacco; I guess he thought the play got whistled dead, but it was still dumb. Culliver getting beat badly sucked. And it was inexcusable that on that 109-yd run-back, dude ran right through our coverage, and McBath was the only person that even touched him.

>Let me make it clear that Kap played great for a guy in this
>10th start... but I can't help but find some irony in the fact
>he audibled into that 4th down fade basically losing the game
>with his head.. our old QB's strong suit.

I can never tell when Kaep is actually calling an audible. It seems like runs to the line of scrimmage just before every play. I can't tell if it's all for show or he's actually changing the play.

>It just sucks period.. bring on the A's

Um, yeah. Pitchers and catchers report soon, right?

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30. "Culliver sucked period"
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>Culliver getting beat badly sucked.

He's the new poster child for keeping your mouth shut during super bowl week

>I can never tell when Kaep is actually calling an audible. It
>seems like runs to the line of scrimmage just before every
>play. I can't tell if it's all for show or he's actually
>changing the play.

Kap was the one who came out and said he changed the play... props to him for owning it like that but a fade in that situation is one of the last plays I'd want called.


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34. "did he say he audibled to that play call? cuz he had no time"
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Ellerbe came up the middle untouched, Kaep literally had 1 second to get rid of the ball

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36. "It was longer than a second"
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Crabtree was 2-3 yards deep in the endzone when the ball was thrown... but no he didn't have much time

And yeah he's on tape saying he changed the play at the line

I'm more upset about Ed Reed jumping off sides on the two point conversion
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74. "1.2 seconds?"
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35. "It was a bad game for everyone who talked a lot in advance"
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Culliver was awful. Moss sucked too. Hell, on the Ravens side, Lewis didn't have a particularly good game either.

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37. "I don't even want Moss back after this"
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he played the mentor role well and I give him props for that... but that wasn't the type of effort I wanted to see from him going for a ring
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38. "Moss is clearly gone after his SB performance."
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Could be the last game he plays, period.

I'll also give him props for the mentoring; Crabs & the other WRs, Alex Smith, and Kaep liked having him around, but he stunk it up for much of the game. Quit on routes, don't show much effort in general. If he was trying to use this as a showcase game for some other team to sign him next season, it was a pretty big failure.

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39. "I just don't get that dude"
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I mean even though I've never like to see a player give less than 100% you could almost understand what he did on the Raiders... but damn you competing for a ring right here (in what could easily be his last shot) and you come out and play like that? It's so mindbogglingly bizarre you have to question this dudes mind. The fact he said he was better than Jerry only a few days early makes it even crazier.

I just wish we had either Williams or Manningham Sunday, then we could have just sat his ass down.
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41. "I can't really fathom it either"
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>I mean even though I've never like to see a player give less
>than 100% you could almost understand what he did on the
>Raiders... but damn you competing for a ring right here (in
>what could easily be his last shot) and you come out and play
>like that? It's so mindbogglingly bizarre you have to question
>this dudes mind. The fact he said he was better than Jerry
>only a few days early makes it even crazier.

Part of me thinks dude was sulking for being involved early. During a first real drive, he was wide open in the endzone on that pass that Kaep threw to Crabtree. After that play, he stopped making an effort. Just so fucking frustrating.

>I just wish we had either Williams or Manningham Sunday, then
>we could have just sat his ass down.

Now here's a sentence that I'd never expect to be written a spoken: Rather having Kyle Williams in the game than Randy Moss. World's gone upside-down. But yes, Randy sucked.

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>Now here's a sentence that I'd never expect to be written a
>spoken: Rather having Kyle Williams in the game than Randy
>Moss. World's gone upside-down. But yes, Randy sucked.


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24. "Y'all need a real deuce for Frank Gore"
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Because I'm not sold on LaMichael

He looks good in principle: a flashy, darty
runner to compliment Gore...but meh

But you can honestly only expect Gore to be
good for so long...he's having a Hall of Fame
career, god bless him

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25. "James is our 3rd RB"
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once Kendall is healthy i imagine he steps into his same role.

  

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26. "Eh, James is still young. And Kendall Hunter was injured"
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James was occasionally sloppy last night, but he's still a rookie, and looked great against Atlanta. I think we've got the RB position set with Hunter and James sharing time as the "deuce" to cut down on the time that Gore has to be on the field. And Dixon isn't bad either. RB is one of the spots I'm not sweating.

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27. "Ah, ok. I understand now. n/m"
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32. "This"
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>James was occasionally sloppy last night, but he's still a
>rookie, and looked great against Atlanta. I think we've got
>the RB position set with Hunter and James sharing time as the
>"deuce" to cut down on the time that Gore has to be on the
>field. And Dixon isn't bad either. RB is one of the spots I'm
>not sweating.

And I love James in tight space... he knows when to make himself 'small' at just the right time. There were a few runs in the Falcon game where he got low and lunged for an extra 3-5 yards when it didn't even look like there was a hole to get through.

I'm more than happy with where James is seeing he's only played about half a season.
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29. "Gore has to be one of the most underrated players in the las 20 years"
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people write him off every season too, but I agree, eventually he will really break down, and with RB's they don't slow down gradually, they fall off a cliff... If Hunter recovers though, him and James are a nice combo, and Anthony Dixon has potential too

  

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28. "Brad Seely"
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Is he really that good? He is always mentioned as "one of the best special teams coaches in the league."

But our coverage unit was a huge liability this year, culminating in perhaps the decisive play of the Super Bowl. And he was never able to get David Akers' mind right.

I know he has coached some great units. So was 2012 an aberration, or should we start looking for Seely's replacement?



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33. "I don't think you make a move like that right now"
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especially after the 2012 unit was so good... let's see where we are next year and revisit this then
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40. "we need some CB coverage"
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But hell, what do I know?

  

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42. "Oldpro about to spaz out (swipe) "
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http://www.ninersnation.com/2013/2/5/3955588/jim-harbaugh-dashon-goldson-contract-franchise-tag-49ers


Jim Harbaugh talks Dashon Goldson
By David Fucillo on Feb 5, 11:37a


Jim Harbaugh met with the media to wrap up the season and discussed a variety of topics. We take a look at his comments surrounding free safety Dashon Goldson's contract status.

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49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh met with the media to wrap up the 2012 season, and he hit on a variety of topics. Although we did not hear a ton of specifics, Coach Harbaugh did have some comments about free agent free safety Dashon Goldson.

Harbaugh was asked about Goldson and his long-term future and he did say he thinks Goldson was the kind of guy who deserves to get rewarded. He acknowledged Goldson would be a priority as they head into the offseason.

We can take this with a certain measure of salt given that Harbaugh never really committed to specifics. Of course Goldson is a priority. His contract status is one of the biggest offseason issues the team faces. However, just because he is a priority, does not mean a deal will get done. There is a lot to be figured out before that can happen.

Goldson also spoke to the media earlier in the day, and indicated he really did not want to deal with the franchise tag for a second straight year. That again is not a surprising comment. His agent will work with the team, and we'll find out in the next month or so if the team will tag Goldson.

It is noteworthy from Goldson's comments that the team did give him some heads-up on other contracts that were being done:

It was just like, they were getting deals done and I could get a deal done. There wasn't any hard feelings. It was just, "OK." They respected me. They let me know before they signed guys. I had the heads up. I respect them for that.

The relationship seems to be on solid ground as we move into the offseason. Whether that means a deal gets done remains to be seen. It will come down to dollars at this point, and where the 49ers value Goldson compared to the rest of the market. And of course, if they are willing to risk a potential holdout if they tag him for the second straight year.

How would you handle the situation? Tag, extension or let him walk? I like an extension if the price is right, given some of the consistency concerns. Goldson is a big-time playmaker, but sometimes he can be incredibly frustrating. We take the bad with the good, but with pay-day approaching, the 49ers need to figure out where they value the good and the bad.

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44. "I think it's still 50/50"
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Harbaugh will always talk up his own guys but you have to include the subtext which generally has to do with price. I'm sure the 49ers would love to bring Goldson back at the right price, but I'm not sure the Niners value for him will match up to what he can get on the open market.

The 49ers have been pretty consistent under Baalke in setting internal values on players and sticking to it. They don't really get caught in bidding for guys and have been more than willing to let guys walk if they want more than what the 49ers were offering. We saw it last year with Josh Morgan, Harbaugh consistently talked about how much they wanted him back until he got the offer from the Redskins and then the Niners just moved on to the next guy and signed Manningham for less.

Goldson has been trying to get top dollar for two years now and after a couple pro bowls he might be able to get it, I just don't think the Niners will go that high to get him.

  

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45. "Yeah i read that"
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I don't read too much into it either way... Harbaugh is the coach not the GM. What else can he say about a player that may be coming back? I mean he's on record as saying he wants Randy back too but I don't see that happening.

But if we do bring Goldson back then I think we have to move Whitner... as much as I like Whitner (and would rather have him than Goldson) I'm just not comfortable without having a better cover guy on our back end.
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46. "Sad news here (swipe)"
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http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2013-02-06/delanie-walker-aunt-uncle-killed-drunk-driver-twitter-super-bowl-49ers-tweet?grcc2=142b10418d8d81a80ecca472fd6ab134~1360177958354~46ecb09adc92a29bc5142a779997297b~~1360177860000~570~0~0~0~0~0~0~0~7~2~12~109~611~6364562185950922603~~http%3A%2F%2Faol.sportingnews.com%2Fnba%2Fstory%2F2013-02-04%2Fnba-trade-rumors-eric-bledsoe-la-clippers-kevin-garnett-jared-dudley-andrea-barg~114~


Aunt, uncle of 49ers' Delanie Walker killed by drunken driver after Super Bowl

San Francisco 49ers tight end Delanie Walker is mourning the loss of his aunt and uncle after the couple was killed by a suspected drunk driver hours after watching their nephew play in Super Bowl XLVII.

Im going to miss y'all but i know they are in a better place.. instagr.am/p/VZdTdGBfnl/

— Delanie walker (@Dwalk46) February 6, 2013


Alice and Bryan Young were parked on the right of Interstate 10 about 15 miles outside New Orleans when Nechole Thomas, 26, hit them as she swerved off the highway around 5:30 a.m. Monday, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

According to the report, Thomas was able to get out of her 2002 Mercedes C230 with minor injuries as both cars began burning. The Bryans were pronounced dead at the scene.

Thomas has been arrested on suspicion of vehicular homicide, driving while intoxicated and reckless operation of a vehicle.

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47. "Yeah, just read that. That's really fucked up"
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R.I.P. to Walker's aunt and uncle and best wishes to him and the rest of his family.

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48. "this is the most fucked up part of it all"
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>
>According to the report, Thomas was able to get out of her
>2002 Mercedes C230 with minor injuries as both cars began
>burning. The Bryans were pronounced dead at the scene.

goddamn that's fucked up yo. prayers to them and the whole family. shit.

  

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49. "RE: Sad news here (swipe)"
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Damn. Thoughts go out to Walker at this time.

We left New Orleans Monday morning and were actually caught up on I10 due to this crash. Heard it was a fatal accident as we were scanning the local radio to see what was going on. There was close to a 6 mile back up and about a 2 hour lock on traffic.

  

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50. "Talk about a weekend you want to forget"
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fucked up part is he'll think about this every time this super bowl is brought up

I really feel for dude
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51. "ugh"
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Goes without saying but: don't drink and drive.

The convenience of not paying for a cab vs. living the rest of your life knowing you killed somebody's mom/son/wife/brother.

Hope we can keep Walker. He had some issues this year but he would be missed.

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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/02/09/terrell-suggs-i-thought-kaepernick-was-all-hype-but-i-was-wrong/


Terrell Suggs: I thought Kaepernick was all hype, but I was wrong
Posted by Michael David Smith on February 9, 2013, 7:39 AM EST
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Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs admits that before the Super Bowl, he didn’t think much of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

“Going into the game, I thought it was all hype,” Suggs told Jim Rome. “He’s only had nine starts and then I’m going down the line at the teams he’s playing and I’m like ‘OK, alright, he’s got some good stats, but we will see.’”

But after seeing Kaepernick pass for 302 yards and run for 62 yards against the Ravens in the Super Bowl, Suggs is a believer.

“When you go in there and you’re playing a guy like that, I hate quarterbacks, but that kid is the truth and I have the upmost respect for him,” Suggs said. “I don’t think he needs to hold his head down at all because he’s going to play in a few .”

Everyone who watched the Super Bowl had to come away impressed with Kaepernick. Even a Raven who hates quarterbacks.

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53. "the biggest silver lining of the season"
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Kaep has the the future looking brighter than any time since the early 90s.

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55. "Having a guy like this just starting his career..."
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has been the one thing that's taken some of the sting out of the super bowl loss
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54. "Peter King pointed out that if somehow the Ravens F*D up with Flacco"
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that they would be a possible destination for A. Smith. Do you guys think we are going to get offers for Smith. I mean he has a very manageable contract for a starting QB for the next two years and proven he can win with the right system.

  

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57. "I'd think so"
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all it takes are two teams that are interested... KC, Clev & Az still seem like the best bets to me. Of course the 9ers would like to send him out of the division and conference if possible.
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62. "Ravens ain't gonna fuck that one up"
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>that they would be a possible destination for A. Smith. Do
>you guys think we are going to get offers for Smith. I mean
>he has a very manageable contract for a starting QB for the
>next two years and proven he can win with the right system.

Also, Flacco won't get CLOSE to the type of money the Ravens are offering him anywhere else. They'll work something out.

  

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56. "So how do you guys feel about Percy Harvin?"
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If we could swing this I'm all for it

http://www.ninersnation.com/2013/2/11/3974654/percy-harvin-trade-rumors-49ers-nfl-trade-rumors

NFL Trade Rumors: Could the 49ers make a play for Percy Harvin?

According to sources, the Minnesota Vikings are pursuing trade offers for WR Percy Harvin. We discuss whether or not this move makes sense for the San Francisco 49ers.

Heading into the 2013 offseason, the San Francisco 49ers will be once again looking to situate the wide receiver corps. After Ted Ginn Jr. and Randy Moss inevitably depart, the Niners will have only four contracted players at the position.

And of the four returning, two are coming off season-ending injuries and another has yet to record a single NFL catch. Michael Crabtree stands out as the one dependable WR for the Niners going forward. It's a virtual certainty that the 49ers will look for outside help this offseason, and should explore all options.

On Sunday, NFL.com reported that the Minnesota Vikings will be examining trade offers for Percy Harvin. The Vikings WR currently has one year left on his deal, and reportedly wants out. Finally, the Vikings are in agreement and seem willing to meet Harvin's demands.


The 49ers will have roughly 14 available selections in the 2013 NFL Draft. They could potentially gain more with the trade of Alex Smith as well.

49ers 2013 picks
1. First round: Own pick
2. Second round: Own pick
3. Third round: Own pick
4. Third round: From Carolina in trade-back during 2012 draft
5. Third round: Likely compensatory selection
6. Fourth round: Own pick
7. Fifth round: Own pick
8. Fifth round: From Indianapolis in trade-back during 2012 draft
9. Sixth round: Own pick
10. Sixth round: From Miami in trade-back during 2012 draft
11. Seventh round: Own pick
12. Seventh round: From Cincinnati for Taylor Mays
13. Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection
14. Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection

According to Steve Bateman, the talk around Minnesota is that they are looking for a 2nd and a 4th rounder to part with Harvin. If that is the case, the 49ers can make the trade and still have three 3rd round picks to move around in the early-to-mid rounds.

They would still have 12 picks to do whatever they please, leaving them plenty of ammunition to maneuver throughout the draft.

Harvin is an extremely dynamic player that could be a multidimensional threat for San Francisco. He can be a kick and punt returner, sharing time with Kyle Williams and LaMichael James. Over his career, Harvin has shouldered the return duties, emerging as one of the top threats in the league.

Again, since Ginn is expected to be on his way out, this would be a logical addition.

Harvin also operates out of the backfield and could potentially add an entire new dimension to the Pistol formation. With Harvin lining up in the backfield like Randall Cobb in Green Bay, San Francisco can introduce a litany of innovative new plays.

And if Delanie Walker leaves, Harvin can be that "swiss army knife" for the Niners.

Harvin was also greatly frustrated in Minnesota; likely because of the inconsistency and lack of dynamism outside the running game. In his fifth year, he could come to the Bay Area and find a home with sensation Colin Kaepernick. As a pass-catcher, Harvin possesses the perfect skill set for this timing-based West Coast hybrid system.

From a financial perspective, Harvin's cap figure in 2013 is set at approximately $4.02 million, which is a steal. The 49ers would have a dynamic tandem between him and Michael Crabtree, and it would cost them next to nothing. A lot of the top receivers average double-digit millions per season. Harvin's deal would be closer to what San Francisco paid Randy Moss this past season.

Now, given that Mario Manningham is coming off a torn ACL and owed a cap figure of $4.95 million in 2013, the 49ers may cut him and start fresh. If they part ways with Manningham, the 49ers can save $2.35 million in cap room and put it toward Harvin.

And once Harvin's deal expires in 2014, he could potentially take a deal to re-sign with the 49ers and lock down this WR group. The opportunity to win, see a lot of touches and play with a franchise quarterback may be enough to make Harvin fall in love with San Francisco.

This deal may not only work out in the short-term, but it could be a terrific move in the long run.
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58. "Injury concerns aside"
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let's do this right now.

  

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59. "I like it. I think we should make it happen"
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He'd probably be our #2 receiver, and further increasing our depth at that position is never a bad thing.

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60. "HELL. FUCKING. YEA."
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63. "seriously, you need someone to co-sign this no-brainer?"
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>Now, given that Mario Manningham is coming off a torn ACL and
>owed a cap figure of $4.95 million in 2013, the 49ers may cut
>him and start fresh. If they part ways with Manningham, the
>49ers can save $2.35 million in cap room and put it toward
>Harvin.
>
>And once Harvin's deal expires in 2014, he could potentially
>take a deal to re-sign with the 49ers and lock down this WR
>group. The opportunity to win, see a lot of touches and play
>with a franchise quarterback may be enough to make Harvin fall
>in love with San Francisco.
>
>This deal may not only work out in the short-term, but it
>could be a terrific move in the long run.

I don't agree that they should cut Manningham, he's still young and has big play potential, but Harvin would put return duties on LOCK PLUS give us another dynamic weapon on offense.

And damn, I thought we only had 11 draft picks, didn't realize we had FOURTEEN.

  

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64. "I wouldn't want Manningham cut either"
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I doubt we could fit both in with new deals but at least let Manningham's contract play out... even one year with Crabs, Mario and Percy would be beastly
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65. "14+"
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If we can get something for Alex.

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67. "Crabs will be coming up soon too though..."
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So will Kap

Can't really have 2 front end WRs and a very good #3 all with loaded contracts when you still have a young QB like Kap left to sign. That shit would have to show up somewhere... likely on the defensive side.
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72. "My boy, the vikes fan, just texted me about this"
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I was like..."you mean the dude that was killing us when we went to the game this yr? OH FUCK YEAH!"

hahahaha

If he can stay healthy, easily an upgrade over ginn (which is who he said harvin would replace).

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61. "finally checking in"
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that game was some bullshit, the way we started was some bullshit, them refs was some bullshit, and our late play calling was some bullshit. but shit's over, can only look forward while learning from what took place.

we have to put shit out of reach and go back to playing with a lead. the game is totally different for us when we do. being neck in neck in either of the last two games we played in and they're not even close IMO, but you expend so much energy making big comebacks and it becomes a war against the clock too....also, while he was on the field, Justin Smith from last year's playoff run wasn't there. Had he been, no question in my mind that we pop bubbly, but that's the nature of the beast....shoulda used that deer antler...

ANYHOW

i guess the big trade talk is what will be done with alex and the possibility of revis. i'm not particularly fond of doling out a lot of long-term money on a position that is so dependent on athleticism and speed to a guy who's coming off major injuries over the past few years. don't want another nate clements type of situation, although revis is better than clements ever was. the one thing about our front office that i'm confident in is that they will NOT just hand over the checkbook to someone.

i'd like to think that our team has become one that players are willing to take somewhat less for to join, which can help us stay around the top in the coming years. but my prime focus is the area where this team has been primarily constructed...

the DRAFT: with 11 picks, i expect some prime value to be obtained, namely at least one pro-bowl caliber player in the secondary, and a similar type of player on the defensive line. would be nice if there was a beast at NT that would allow us to draft/develop more speed on the outside, since we don't have much of a pass rush outside of what Justin sets up for Aldon, and Brooks occasionally.

on that note...hoping Aldon keeps his ass somewhere safe this offseason and J Smitty rehabs well for what may be his last year in the league. Kaep gonna work hard and ball the fuck out next year. need to finish this shit right though.

  

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66. "I'm hoping they'll use this year the way the '84 team used '83 "
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After a slow start and bad calls late cost them the NFC Championship, Walsh emphasized a 'leave no doubt' mentality going into '84... of course we know now that would turn into a 15-1 regular season and a super bowl title. I'd love to see Harbaugh take the video of Walsh talking to his team after that game and play it on the first day of camp.
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68. "should have been 16-0"
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Walsh was bitter about that Steelers game until the very end.

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94. "dwight hicks and the hot licks >>> whitner and them."
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but yeah, i see where you're going.

  

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69. "I would NOT be mad at Jennings, interesting comments on Harvin..."
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Jason Cole says the 49ers should sign Greg Jennings
Posted on February 12, 2013 by Grant Cohn
Yahoo NFL insider Jason Cole spoke on 95.7 The Game this week about the 49ers’ need for a No.2 wide receiver. Here’s what Cole said.

Q: Is Percy Harvin a good fit for the 49ers?

COLE: “Sure, if you like to buy headaches.”

Q: Literally?

COLE: “Literally and figuratively. Look, I live in Gainseville, Florida. I watched all of his career. I know an awful lot about Percy. He’s just got issues.

“He’s a great player, and when he’s in a good mood he’s fantastic. On Sundays he’s usually in a pretty good mood, so if you get him to Sunday it’s fantastic. But the other six days of the week and the offseason he’s a handful. That’s just the way it is. Percy Harvin is not an easy guy to deal with. I’ve heard that everywhere from Florida coaches to Florida students, because I teach there, to Minnesota Vikings people, to people who are close to him. He’s just a handful.”

Q: So where do the 49ers get that No.2 receiver they clearly need and don’t have?

COLE: “There’s a pretty good group of guys in free agency this year. To me, the perfect fit for them is a guy like Greg Jennings. I really like Greg Jennings. I know he’s got some injury issues to think about, but I think he can be had at a pretty reasonable price for a guy who probably will handle being a No.2 behind Crabtree. He’s mature, can handle the locker room, has a great disposition about him. To me, that’s the guy that jumps off the page.”

Do you agree with Cole? Should the 49ers try to sign Greg Jennings? Is he a good fit next to Crabtree? Will Jennings be too expensive for the 49ers?

  

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70. "I would be happy with Jennings...but Fuck the B.S. lets go get Harvin"
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71. "Yeah I'd rather have Harvin too"
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73. "Yes, im a firm believer that individuals could only rupture already bad"
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locker rooms. No one person is going to kill a great locker room such as ours. Its much more likely that the positive energy will rub off on him

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77. "It's not about our locker room it's about producing"
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>locker rooms. No one person is going to kill a great locker
>room such as ours. Its much more likely that the positive
>energy will rub off on him

It's been proven that any perceived problems are neutralized and dealt with pretty quickly. I'm not saying NO to Harvin, but I'd rather take someone who's gonna contribute regardless rather than invest in someone who just may not be productive due to his own issues.

  

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78. "So Percy Harvin doesn't produce is what you're trying to say?"
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79. "not at all, but his rep preceded him even before he was in the NFL"
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Every year it's been SOMETHING with our FA wideouts

Braylon hurt then non-producing/griping/released

Randy was not a distraction but SUCH an underproducer

Manningham got hurt; I think he'll stay a good pickup but he still wasn't there at seasons end when we neeed him.

I want as little "stuff" attached to our wideouts as possible. I recognize injuries are part of the game, but I just want production and no tangential bullshit. More importantly, I want someone who will stay for a minute and not be a year in year out experiment, we've gone through this EVERY year for the past 3. I'm not even saying that I don't want Harvin, but that Jennings is another good option to consider and maybe a GREAT one if Harvin has the potential to be a pain in the ass.

  

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80. "Ok a few things:"
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1. What has happened with Braylon, Moss, and Mario have nothing to do with Percy Harvin

2. Percy Harvin is immensely more talented than any of those guys..even Moss at 35.

3. The guy with baggage shit is overstated. For every guy who comes along with image problems and "baggage" and were failures because of it..I can show you that many guys who had those issues and succeeded. Besides, every Wide out in NFL history was a prima donna.

This dudes tangible and proven skillset and ability to produce far outweighs his potential locker room dynamic.

and again, the right locker room kills that shit...ask Bill Belichick

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86. "RE: Ok a few things:"
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>1. What has happened with Braylon, Moss, and Mario have
>nothing to do with Percy Harvin

I never said it did. but the fact remains that each of our FA WR acquisitions have not turned out well. the only good thing is that it didn't hurt us too much capwise.


>2. Percy Harvin is immensely more talented than any of those
>guys..even Moss at 35.
no need to say "even" moss. braylon another no need to mention. manningham is the only live body out there but this is not even arguable.


>3. The guy with baggage shit is overstated.
we don't know that, although i'm hoping it is if we sign him

>For every guy who
>comes along with image problems and "baggage" and were
>failures because of it..
you're getting extra....all that was said was that he's been a "headache." my only point is that i'm tired of FA pickups that are just not producing, that's my only focus.

I can show you that many guys who had
>those issues and succeeded. Besides, every Wide out in NFL
>history was a prima donna.
i said nothing about prima donnas, not about that at all, its about production

>This dudes tangible and proven skillset and ability to produce
>far outweighs his potential locker room dynamic.


>and again, the right locker room kills that shit...ask Bill
>Belichick
again, this isn't about causing locker room issues, it's managing to put whatever shit aside and PRODUCE. no one player will derail the team's bond. but will he PRODUCE and be out there most of the season? that's my ONLY concern.


will you look at this. he has REAL headache issues...smh lol

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1526590-nfl-trade-news-vikings-harvin-headache-not-going-away-anytime-soon


  

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87. "How many games has he missed due to headaches? "
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92. "mid-tier free agent wideouts typically see amongst the highest erosion....."
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when they go to another team.

i remember will_5198 detailing this out at some point.

not sure why everyone's getting an erection for harvin.

curtis conway
johnny morton
antonio bryant
darrell jackson
braylon
moss
who's next?

i ain't ready to give up on mario m. yet.

that said, we got so many draft many picks that we're basically playing with the house's money if minny wants to deal harvin's ass on the cheap.

his ability to lineup in the backfield definitely wouldn't hurt in the bigger scheme of kap's offense.

  

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273. "best move we didn't make fam! LOL"
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75. "Mortensen: Smith trade market limited"
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ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported on NFL Live Wednesday that the trade market for Alex Smith is "limited," and there is "not a large buzz" about Smith among quarterback-needy teams.
Specifically, Smith going to the Browns is a "long shot," per Mortensen. The Jets can't afford his contract, the Cardinals are the 49ers' division opponent, and the Chiefs might explore Nick Foles or Geno Smith first. Anyone who's kept tabs on Smith the past two years won't be surprised. Smith was available in 2012 free agency, and only the 49ers and Dolphins showed much interest in him -- both after missing out on other quarterbacks. Smith's physical skill set is just borderline starting-caliber, and he was benched this past season. The 49ers won't get more than a mid- to late-round pick on the trade market. Feb 13 - 4:41 PM

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/3119/alex-smith

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81. "The best thing about Alex getting traded..."
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will be you not having a reason to post in 9er threads anymore
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83. "I might be picking them to win the AFC East next year"
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I want to see how their draft goes first but they could be right there come December
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84. "49er logos, patches and uniforms throughout history"
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kinda fun to see some of these... I'm just glad Eddie D never made the switch to those "49er" helmets

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85. "I miss this font"
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http://content.sportslogos.net/logos/7/179/thumbs/1008.gif

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88. "Dashon Goldson wants top tier money, but is he worth it? (swipe)"
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http://www.bayareasportsguy.com/dashon-goldson-wants-top-tier-money-but-is-he-worth-it/

Dashon Goldson wants top tier money, but is he worth it?10
RUTHLESS SPORTS GUYFebruary 11, 2013

The 49ers officially have a problem in the secondary. After letting him test the market in 2011 and franchising the hard-hitting safety last offseason, the 49ers are again faced with Dashon Goldson’s impending free agency.

Jim Harbaugh said Goldson deserves to be rewarded this offseason and seeing as the Hawk doesn’t want to be franchise tagged again, it appears a long term contract is the only way to get him back into a 49ers uniform for 2013.

As BASG pointed out, Harbaugh could see tagging the safety again as the “reward” he’s talking about. The salary for franchised players is the average of the five highest-paid players at their respective position. In this case, Goldson would be getting paid $7.45M if he was tagged again. That’s only $550,000 a year less than the $8M he’s rumored to be asking for, so what’s the big deal, right?

The problem is simple: franchise tagging Goldson would make him the second highest paid safety in the league behind only Troy Polamalu, who’s set to earn $7.5M in 2013. Polamalu’s contract is an overpayment at this stage of his career, so a better comparison might be Eric Weddle, whose 5-year, $40M contract comes close to what Goldson is seeking. Ultimately, paying Goldson what he’s asking for would make him one of the three highest paid safeties in the NFL.

With so much work to be done on the 49ers’ payroll, is Goldson worth being paid top safety money? Weddle is widely regarded as one of the best safeties in the league and at first glance Buffalo Bills’ Jairus Byrd is the most comparable player at his position in the free agent market. Here are their 2012 regular season statistics, side by side.


Statistics courtesy of Pro Football Focus
While Byrd was clearly the more solid safety of the three in 2012, it appears the Chargers asked Weddle to do more. Even then, Weddle wasn’t far behind Byrd. Goldson wasn’t close to either of them, however. He missed three times as many tackles Byrd missed, and the Buffalo Bill was superior in nearly every category.

PFF’s advanced scores show an even larger discrepancy.


Scores are out of 88 safeties, courtesy of Pro Football Focus
Goldson graded out as by far the worst of the three safeties in every category except for pass rush. The differences are startling. While PFF isn’t the be-all/end-all when it comes to gauging a players worth, both regular and advanced statistics show Goldson isn’t worth nearly the money Weddle and Byrd are.

So how much should the 49ers pay for Goldson?

Here’s where it gets tricky — the top of the pay scale for safeties is absolutely littered with bad contracts.


Rankings courtesy of Pro Football Focus, contract details courtesy of Rotoworld
Conversely, there are some contracts in need of restructuring among PFF’s top ten safeties.


Rankings courtesy of Pro Football Focus, contract details courtesy of Rotoworld
Finally, here is a look at some of the safeties that graded out similarly to Goldson.


Rankings courtesy of Pro Football Focus, contract details courtesy of Rotoworld
Clearly the 49ers will get nowhere offering Goldson a contract as frugal as Harrison Smith’s or Kam Chancellor’s, but they would be grossly overpaying if they gave him a contract like Weddle’s. One possibility would be to wait and see what kind of money William Moore gets paid, but perhaps a fair barometer would be the contracts Kerry Rhodes and Tyvon Branch received.

Rhodes’ deal, signed in 2008, is worth $33.5M over five years. $20M of it is guaranteed, including a $2M roster bonus in the third season of the deal with workout bonuses included. Branch’s deal, signed last offseason, is good for $26.6M over four years. $17.6M of it is guaranteed, and it includes a $5.6M signing bonus, a $3.5M roster bonus in the contract’s second year along with various incentives. Both deals even out to around $6.6M per year — considerably less than what Goldson is asking for, but nothing to sneeze at nonetheless.

The 49ers certainly have their work cut out for them if they plan on nailing down a fiscally responsible contract for the Hawk, and they’d better have a backup plan if he decides to take his services elsewhere.
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89. "it depends on the replacement available"
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Through FA or the draft.

Is Goldson a good safety? Yes. Is he one of the top 3 in the league? No.

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90. "finally able to talk about it. .....2nd down and 5."
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we were doomed when harbaugh burned that 2nd timeout.

with boone pulling to seal the right DE and gore leading, really believe kap gallops down to the two-yard line, if not the end zone.

i) 2nd and 10 wouldn't have been the end of the world.

ii) ravens don't get the opportunity for the safety with another timemout in our safety.

like, who the hell has clocks issues COMING OUT OF TWO-MINUTE WARNING?

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91. "something Kaep struggled with all year"
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The biggest downside was his ability to get plays off promptly. Coaches deserve blame for this, but ultimately it's the price we paid going from an unspectacular but experienced Smith to the phenomenal but still learning Kaepnernick.

He'll get better at it. The future is looking good.

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95. "yep, all year."
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when i was at the dolphins game, harbaugh was constantly motioning *hurry up* to him. way more than the cameras pick up.

>The biggest downside was his ability to get plays off
>promptly. Coaches deserve blame for this, but ultimately it's
>the price we paid going from an unspectacular but experienced
>Smith to the phenomenal but still learning Kaepnernick.
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>He'll get better at it. The future is looking good.
>

indeed.

  

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96. "we had at least 2 delay of games"
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Coming out of timeouts if I recall correctly.

I expect all that shit to get straightened out this off-season.

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97. "fuck... still not ready for this..."
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be back in a few weeks... maybe...

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98. "should baalke take a look at charles woodson?"
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they're not gonna franchise dashon, so there's a good chance he ain't coming back.

whatever happens, we gotta upgrade the coverage skills at safety.

*peeps the nfl draft thread*

  

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99. "No"
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Draft a safety and keep it moving
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100. "charles woodson from 2007, sure"
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Today, no.

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101. "15 picks?"
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We're coming into this draft playing with house money.

A lot of us had high hopes for Harbaugh. I don't think anybody realized how lethal Baalke was going to be.

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102. "UPDATED: 49ers' 15 draft picks provides flexibility"
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http://www.csnbayarea.com/blog/matt-maiocco/updated-49ers-15-draft-picks-provides-flexibility

The 49ers are in line to have 15 draft picks, including selections at Nos. 31 and 34 overall.

The latter comes as compensation from the Kansas City Chiefs for backup quarterback Alex Smith. League sources confirm what Jay Glazer of Foxsports first reported that Smith will be traded March 12, when the trade period opens.

The 49ers are not going to make 15 draft picks. With an already-strong roster, expect the 49ers to be active in packaging picks to move up or work a deal to land an established player. Clark Judge of CBSSports.com suggests the 49ers now become a strong candidate to land New York Jets cornerback Darrell Revis, who is coming off a season-ending ACL tear.

If the 49ers do not trade for any veteran players, they can be expected to make a bundle of trades involving draft picks. The 49ers can move up in to select players they have targeted. They can also trade picks to move back into the 2014 draft.

Updated 49ers 2013 picks:

1. First round, No. 31 (No. 31 overall): Own pick
2. Second round, No. 2 (No. 34 overall): Pick from Kansas City for Alex Smith trade, which can be completed March 12
3. Second round, No. 31 (No. 61 overall): Own pick
4. Third round, No. 12 (No. 74 overall): From Carolina in trade-back during 2012 draft
5. Third round, No 31 (No. 93 overall): Own pick
6. Fourth round, No. 31 (TBA): Own pick
7. Fifth round, No. 24 (TBA): From Indianapolis in trade-back during 2012 draft
8. Fifth round, No. 31 (TBA): Own pick
9. Sixth round, No. 12 (TBA): From Miami in trade-back during 2012 draft
10. Sixth round, No. 31 (TBA): Own pick
11. Seventh round, No. 21 (TBA): From Cincinnati for Taylor Mays
12. Seventh round, No. 31, (TBA): Own pick

The 49ers also expect three compensatory picks that cannot be traded. The 49ers expect a compensatory pick at the end of the third or fourth round, as well as two compensatory selections in the late rounds. Those picks will be announced next month.
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103. "Should be lots of wheeling and dealing on draft day"
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It'll be interesting to see how Baalke and the 49ers play this out on draft day. With the depth in the draft and the fact that the 49ers are most likely going to be looking for back-ups I don't know how much value there will be in trading up. I could see the 49ers rolling over a lot of the picks to 2014.

  

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104. "Same here"
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>I could see the 49ers rolling over a lot of the picks to
>2014.


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105. "RE: Should be lots of wheeling and dealing on draft day"
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>It'll be interesting to see how Baalke and the 49ers play
>this out on draft day. With the depth in the draft and the
>fact that the 49ers are most likely going to be looking for
>back-ups I don't know how much value there will be in trading
>up. I could see the 49ers rolling over a lot of the picks to
>2014.

Nah, they can package several picks to get safety and D-Line Help, although the first 5 are in good position. Also depends on if they try to put them together for Revis.

  

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106. "don't hold your breath for Revis"
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Just doesn't fit the pattern for this front office.

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107. "I just don't know that they need to"
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>Nah, they can package several picks to get safety and D-Line
>Help, although the first 5 are in good position. Also depends
>on if they try to put them together for Revis.
>
>

Safety and D-line are both pretty deep in this years draft. I'm not sure if it's worth packaging multiple picks to, say, move up in the first to grab Kenny Vaccaro when guys like Cyprien, Elam, Rambo, and Thomas are going to be available later in the draft. i guess if the 49ers brass really fell in love with a guy higher up in the first round they could move up, but I don't think there's a great drop-off from the top guys at those positions to the next tier.

  

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108. "And moving up impacts your cap number"
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unless the 9ers identify a guy they think is too good to risk losing out on I can't see them moving up to pick up a player that grades out slightly higher than one they can get by just staying where they are.
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112. "But they also won't be able to pay 15 guys"
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>unless the 9ers identify a guy they think is too good to risk
>losing out on I can't see them moving up to pick up a player
>that grades out slightly higher than one they can get by just
>staying where they are.

so SOME of them picks are going to be used as leverage

  

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114. "or even if we could pay them"
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We don't need 15 rookies on this team. Maybe 4.

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109. "Alex to KC ends the wildest 9er career in memory"
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Despite all the haters and shit talkers he leaves having left his mark on one of the most storied franchises in sports history

http://i.imgur.com/6ZRNXTQ.jpg


Alex Smith: The final numbers

http://www.csnbayarea.com/blog/matt-maiocco/alex-smith-final-numbers

Under the current NFL schedule rotation, Kansas City quarterback-in-waiting Alex Smith would play against his soon-to-be former team in 2014.



The 49ers are set to open play in their Santa Clara stadium at the beginning of the 2014 season. The 49ers last played the Chiefs in Kansas City in 2010, so barring a change to the schedule formula, Kansas City would come to the 49ers' new stadium in its inaugural season. The Chiefs inherit the final two years of Smith's contract, so he is signed through the 2014 season.

Speaking of Smith's contract, when he signed with the 49ers in the summer of 2005 as the No. 1 pick in the draft, his deal called for him to make $57 million over six seasons.



But after injuries in 2007 and 2008, Smith agreed to a significant pay cut. He signed two more contracts with the 49ers before the 2011 and 2012 seasons.

The final figures are in: Smith played eight seasons, during which time the 49ers paid him a total of $54.8 million, according to a league source.

That averages out to $6.85 million a season. Yes, that's a lot of money. But that's not an exorbitant amount of money for a quarterback in the NFL who was chosen with the No. 1 overall pick.



A lot has been made about Smith's past two seasons under the direction of an offensive-minded head coach, Jim Harbaugh, and the same offensive coordinator, Greg Roman. But Smith's turnaround really began after he came back from shoulder injuries that derailed his 2007 and '08 seasons.

In Smith's final four seasons with the 49ers, he started 45 games and completed 62.1 percent of his attempts with 62 touchdowns and 32 interceptions for a passer rating of 88.2


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110. "I'll always like the guy"
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He and Frank went through the really dark years. They kept their heads up throughout all the bullshit and played their hearts out even when they were getting crushed. As fans that's all you can ask.

I hope he has a nice long career out there in KC and gets some consistent fan appreciation. When he's done, I could see him being a good OC if he's willing to put in the unhealthy hours.



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111. "Well, in honor of Smith moving on"
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I thought this was a pretty cool article about his charity work.

http://blog.sfgate.com/49ers/2013/02/26/alex-smiths-foundation-held-up-as-a-non-profit-model/

Alex puttin' up dem Efficiency stats off the field as well

  

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113. "91% to recipients is a great number for a charity "
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By contrast A-Rod's was like 1%... of course the also got stripped of their 501 (c) status too
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115. "reinforces why it's so bizarre that some on OKP hate him so much"
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>By contrast A-Rod's was like 1%... of course the also got
>stripped of their 501 (c) status too
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116. "I respect you guys rooting for Alex Smith..."
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I'm glad he had the opportunity to play well and succeed as a niner. With that being said, now that he is not a niner, I don't give a fuck about him...but yea, he had the opportunity to flourish before he left. He's the starting quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs.

I did tell ya'll Alex played his last snap as the niners qb though...

That wasn't a thumb at Alex though. I knew what we had in Colin.

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118. "I always follow ex-Niners who've been here a while"
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Montana on the Chiefs. Jerry on the Raiders, as much as I don't like that team. Roger Craig on the Vikings. Ronnie Lott on the Jets.

Charles Haley was an exception since he went to our biggest rival at the time. T.O. also since he torched the bridge behind him when he left.

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119. "I understand...Im not going as far as 'KC's my 2nd team' though"
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like some cats are lol

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121. "ha. i might actually have a KC hat from '93 still in moms' basement."
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had to do it.

  

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124. "Haha"
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122. "agreed"
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2nd teams are kind of BS. If you have a 2nd team, you don't really havea 1st team.

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127. "I don't agree with that"
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having a team you like to see do well in the other conference or league is pretty natural... I'm never committed long term to any of them though. It's usually more about the players than laundry when it comes to my '2nd teams"
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120. "you been actin' like you've been the only mark for kap."
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check the offseason thread from last year.

i said it then that i didn't think smith was doing anything that kap couldn't if he had a bit of reps under his belt (....unless you consider checking down to the back five times a game an elite skillset). a lot of that was based from what maiacco and eric davis were saying in 2011 from watching young kap in practice.

  

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125. "I know I'm not, but I mean...look at that regular season thread"
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123. "Let's be fair"
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>I'm glad he had the opportunity to play well and succeed as a
>niner. With that being said, now that he is not a niner, I
>don't give a fuck about him...but yea, he had the opportunity
>to flourish before he left. He's the starting quarterback for
>the Kansas City Chiefs.
so whenever someone leaves the 49ers, if not facing us, you say "fuck off"? Just wondering....some cats are like that, which is cool.


>I did tell ya'll Alex played his last snap as the niners qb
>though...
>
>That wasn't a thumb at Alex though. I knew what we had in
>Colin.
NOBODY knew PRECISELY what we had. you yourself admitted you liked the unknown potential more than the proven product. some of the shit we saw no one could have predicted exactly.

  

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126. "RE: Let's be fair"
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>so whenever someone leaves the 49ers, if not facing us, you
>say "fuck off"? Just wondering....some cats are like that,
>which is cool.

I sincerely don't care about niggas careers after they leave



>>I did tell ya'll Alex played his last snap as the niners qb
>>though...
>>
>>That wasn't a thumb at Alex though. I knew what we had in
>>Colin.
>NOBODY knew PRECISELY what we had. you yourself admitted you
>liked the unknown potential more than the proven product.
>some of the shit we saw no one could have predicted exactly.

Ok, fair point. I can't say I knew so to speak. I trusted the potential though

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129. "I think you deserve a lot of credit"
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Because talent or not 2nd year QBs just don't step in and have that type of impact... I mean he basically did what Marino did minus about 14-15 starts... that's impressive as hell
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130. "plus, he enabled us to dumb 8+ mil of salary and gain an extra"
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second round pick.

Consider me 100% satisfied.

Not to marginalize Alex to just cap space, but essentially thats all he has become for us

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133. "Kap's ascension was a franchise changer no doubt"
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117. "class act. much respect"
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would love for you to kick the raiders ass twice a year. oh the sweet irony of that happening.

WHO'S GOT IT BETTER THAN US?!?! NOOOOBODDDDYY!!!!

  

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128. "So what do yall think about taking a look at Vince Young?"
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Seems like he could be a good backup for our system
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132. "Never hurts to look"
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He's got the athletic skill set to perform in the 49ers system but the question with him has always been his mindset and there's really no way to know where he is with that. If Harbaugh and Baalke met with him and decided to bring him on I would think he would be a useful back up.

  

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134. "Boldin a 9er?"
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I'm seeing different reports (via twitter) that say the 9ers have traded a 6th round pick for Anquan Boldin... please god let this be true!
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135. "Not mad at that move at all"
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136. "I'm more than not mad"
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I'm fuckin doing handstands over here

I've been a big fan of Boldin since is AZ days... always wanted him to be a 9er and now it looks like it may have happened. Dude is the WR version of Delanie Walker but with great hands. The man is just a FOOTBALL PLAYER... I'll take him over Harvin all day every day.
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137. "needs its own post."
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-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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138. "lol"
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I think I was the first to post this... I figured this was a good enough place
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139. "Like the move. Certainly won't hurt."
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I imagine he'll be better than Moss was last year. And we got him for cheap. It's all good.

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142. "You're way understating the importance of this move"
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Even at 32 Bouldin is going to add a lot to this offense... Crabs about ready to take another step with Bouldin there.
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148. "Yeah buddy...I was wondering why they passed on Harvin"
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or maybe this was the plan B all along but yup.

They saw that seahawks move and was like, we gotta make it happen.

NFC West gonna be war next yr.

Good thing we are loading up on weapons.

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140. "6th rounder = playing with house's money."
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strong, reliable wideout who's now more in the possession mold of his career (sans the super bowl) and will contribute as a #2.

i ain't giving up on mario manningham yet though.

edit: meant to reply to old pro's post.

  

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141. "I'm seeing some say this means Manningham is going to get cut"
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I sure hop not... Crabs, Boudin & Mario is sick... both Crabs & Mario are good out of the slot so I see no issues keeping these 3 together. The downside is there is no one to lift the top but we still have VD and you would hope something comes of Jenkins eventually.
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143. "I would rather keep Mario, but i can kinda see him going"
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Up until last year i would say we arent the type of organization to kill a player due to Injury, but who knows now. I think Mario is a bit better taking the top off with crabs, but you're right we still have VD and AJ has the entire offseason to work.

  

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144. "What do y'all think about moving up in the first "
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I really like the DE out of Oregon but rumors are he might go to Jax at #2. If we can move up to get him as an eventual Justin Smith successor i would be ecstatic.

  

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145. "If they feel they can get an impact player then sure"
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There aren't enough roster spots for all these picks anyway so it's either move up and move some for picks next year.
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146. "Is Ed Reed next?"
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I wouldn't be mad at this one bit

Matt Maiocco ‏@MaioccoCSN
RT @ProFootballTalk Ed Reed could be next Raven to defect to 49ers. > His new agent, David Dunn, has also represented Harbaugh & Baalke.

*update*
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/03/11/ed-reed-hires-agent-could-be-headed-to-49ers/related/

Ed Reed hires agent, could be headed to 49ers

Receiver Anquan Boldin may not be the only Ravens player who joins the 49ers.

A league source with extensive knowledge of the current safety market believes that the 49ers could land Ravens safety Ed Reed.

As Albert Breer of NFL Network first reported on Twitter (as best we can tell), Reed has indeed hired David Dunn of Athletes First. Now that Reed has an agent, the agent can talk to teams in advance of the start of free agency at 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

The fact that Reed is in play for the Niners means that Dashon Goldson isn’t. Goldson is expected to be the hottest free agent on the safety market. Reed may not be the hottest, but he may be the next big name to join one of the hottest teams in the league.
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147. "Anyone know if Ray Lewis is available!"
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We could use and ILB to give Bowman and Willis a break.

  

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149. "We stay signing niggas who just beat our ass"
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Second year in a row. I like the Boldin move, and I like the rumors about Josh Cribbs, he would fill a lot of holes in the way that Harvin was, plus he's familiar with Seely and I don't remember him ever making any headlines for anything negative. Give some picks for him for sure.

Mario, Crabs, and Quan look fierce, but let's not forget how every season we start looking BEAST at WR then niggas go down with injury. So in truth, I say hold on to each and every one of these motherfuckers, we're likely gonna need em.


Ed Reed, I'm not sure how effective he'd be at this stage, although it'd be a great situation if we drafted a FS who could learn from the best.

Baalke is gonna be on his shit wheeling and dealing, going to be very interesting leading up to the draft.

  

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151. "our red-zone performance better be ridiculous"
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Our O-line. Kaep. Gore. Sneaky LMJ. Crabs. VD. Now Boldin.

If we're inside the ten, it better be 6.

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152. "RE: We stay signing niggas who just beat our ass"
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>Ed Reed, I'm not sure how effective he'd be at this stage,
>although it'd be a great situation if we drafted a FS who
>could learn from the best.

This is my thinking... what better guy to learn from too. But I think Reed has enough in the tank for one more good season... I was shocked to hear he has more ints than anyone over the last 3 years. So yeah he's fallen off but not so much he's not still making plays... my biggest concern is injury not poor play.
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153. "that's kind of mine too"
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>he's not still making plays... my biggest concern is injury
>not poor play.

he seems to have been hurt a lot over the past few years

  

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150. "so Goldson is gone, right?"
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I don't see how we have cap room at this point, even with some restructuring.

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156. "Really proud of the 9ers front office"
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not getting caught up in the fan hype over dude and feeling the need to lock him up at a high number

we're going to be better off for this going forward
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154. "Delanie to Titans"
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Sounds like it's done.

Not surprised, but sad to see him go. He's been with the team a long time. His drops were a problem, but he was great for creating the kind of mismatches this offense thrives on. Also a key ST guy.

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155. "After the Bouldin move we all saw this coming"
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Bouldin is going to take up some of the blocking slack in our run game... now we just need to draft another TE
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157. "fuckin sucks..."
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Dude did a lot... Way more than a back-up tight end which some dumbass fans refer to him as... But hopefully we draft a quality TE...

This is definitely a bittersweet day...

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159. "He will be missed"
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kinda inevitable tho when they didn't tag him

WHO'S GOT IT BETTER THAN US?!?! NOOOOBODDDDYY!!!!

  

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160. "Gonna miss him, but best of luck to dude"
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And since he's going to a team well outside our division, I'll root for him to do well.

I had heard some rumbling that he might have been headed to the Seahawks; I much prefer this.

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158. "Glenn Dorsey coming to down tomorrow...."
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161. "Well, the exodus has begun"
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Lots of money flying around on the first day, 49ers doing their usual routine and waiting for the dust to clear. Being patient has been the right move for the 49ers the last two years, no reason to change that strategy now.

Between all the draft picks and the amount of quality free agents available I'm expecting the 49ers to get things sorted out. Although I'm a little nervous that the plan might be to hand Ian Williams the starting NT job right now, I have no idea what to expect out of him. Can Glenn Dorsey play NT in 3-4?

  

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162. "glenn dorsey"
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don't really know anything about the dude other than he's a high-rounder who hasn't really lived up to his billing...

is he gonna play DE or NT?

regardless, if there's one guy who can get the most out of him it's tomsula.

  

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163. "Looks like a NT but he might rotate"
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$7M/2 is less than either Soap or RJF got in free agency so he'll provide some saving for a position that is kind of minimized in the Niners scheme. He's pretty much been considered a disappointment because he was drafted so high by the Chiefs but he has graded out well in run defense the past couple of seasons. Doesn't really provide much of anything in the way of pressuring the passer though.

49ers have Nnamdi and Louis Delmas in for visits today which is interesting. Delmas is kind of like an injury-prone version of Goldson and Nnamdi could be a good fit in Fangio's defensive schemes but at this point I'm not sure he's better than Brown or Culliver on the outside. Doesn't look like a signing is imminent for either guy right now.

  

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164. "I think I'd rather have Nnamdi than Los"
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But then I've never been a big Rogers fan in the first place. How funny will it be if we end up with Nnamdi after coming up short in that bidding war two years ago

Also read Manningham restructured to remain with the 9ers.... so he's not going anywhere. Good news.
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165. "But can Nnamdi play? Was it more on the Eagles or him?"
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>But then I've never been a big Rogers fan in the first place.
>How funny will it be if we end up with Nnamdi after coming up
>short in that bidding war two years ago
I sure as fuck don't want this dude if he's a bum. Los can go, he peaked his first year, fell the fuck off this last year and gets outphysicaled by EVERYBODY.



>Also read Manningham restructured to remain with the 9ers....
>so he's not going anywhere. Good news.
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GREAT NEWS. I said it last offseason, he was our most important FA signing, I stand behind that.

  

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166. "I'm not sure Nnamdi is a good fit to replace Rogers"
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I still like Carlos Rogers but he definitely showed some signs of slowing down last season. But he really is the best guy on the roster to play the slot corner position by a pretty wide margin. I thought Perrish Cox might be able to help in that role but he looked very rusty when he got on the field last season and I wouldn't count on him for anything. I could see Culliver taking Rogers spot in the starting line-up next year but I think Rogers will still have value as the nickelback.

I don't know how much of Nnamdi's struggles were do to his role and how much was him getting older, but I think one thing it is safe to take away from his time in Philly is that he is an abysmal option as a slot corner. If he's going to have any success with the 49ers I think it would have to be playing out wide in man coverage which would mean taking snaps from either Brown or Culliver, who I think are out best outside cover guys.

  

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167. "I think Culliver is going to safety"
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if not this year then next

and to answer beamers question... yeah I think he can still play. He was still playing like Nnamdi his last year in Oakland... I have a hard time believing a dude his age would just fall off the very next year. I don't know enough about Philly's system and what they were doing with him but I've heard more than one analyst say the Eagles had a bad system for him and that he'd fit well within Fangio's scheme. Plus he's a bay area kid who may feel more comfortable coming back home with something to prove... I'll be disappointed if we don't sign him.
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169. "He's a man cover who was playing in a zone scheme"
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was always gimme their best guy and i'm gonna shut him down.

  

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170. "I think it's a little more complicated than that"
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In Oakland Nnamdi was not asked to shadow the other teams best receiver around the field. He played outside on one side of the field and when he was at his best took away his side of the field.

He's a big guy who in his youth had outstanding recovery speed. He was great at jamming his man off the line then, using the sideline as an extra defender, shadowing him down the field. In Philly he was asked to play a lot of different coverages, and he struggled with most of them. He couldn't really keep up with shifty slot receivers in the middle of the field, and on the outside he would get lost when asked to play in off coverage when he couldn't get his hands on the receiver.

He might work with the Niners because we don't ask our CB's to switch around based on match-ups, other than moving Rogers to the slot in the Nickel, and we play a lot of man coverage with safety help. Fangio will mix in the occasional zone scheme but Nnamdi would largely be asked to stay on one side of the field and stick to the outside receiver.

The biggest question I have about Nnamdi is how much of his sub-4.4 speed has he lost over the years? Does he still have the recovery speed to press at the line and then chase his man down the field? The 49ers seem to play a lot of off-coverage on the outside but that might just be a decision based on personnel. I don't think it would be a problem to let Nnamdi play more press coverage if that is what he is more comfortable with but the Niners are generally conservative in their coverages so if Nnamdi doesn't have the same recovery speed it may be a problem.

  

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175. "Good break down Tek"
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>In Oakland Nnamdi was not asked to shadow the other teams
>best receiver around the field. He played outside on one side
>of the field and when he was at his best took away his side of
>the field.
>
>He's a big guy who in his youth had outstanding recovery
>speed. He was great at jamming his man off the line then,
>using the sideline as an extra defender, shadowing him down
>the field. In Philly he was asked to play a lot of different
>coverages, and he struggled with most of them. He couldn't
>really keep up with shifty slot receivers in the middle of the
>field, and on the outside he would get lost when asked to play
>in off coverage when he couldn't get his hands on the
>receiver.
>
>He might work with the Niners because we don't ask our CB's to
>switch around based on match-ups, other than moving Rogers to
>the slot in the Nickel, and we play a lot of man coverage with
>safety help. Fangio will mix in the occasional zone scheme
>but Nnamdi would largely be asked to stay on one side of the
>field and stick to the outside receiver.
>
>The biggest question I have about Nnamdi is how much of his
>sub-4.4 speed has he lost over the years? Does he still have
>the recovery speed to press at the line and then chase his man
>down the field? The 49ers seem to play a lot of off-coverage
>on the outside but that might just be a decision based on
>personnel. I don't think it would be a problem to let Nnamdi
>play more press coverage if that is what he is more
>comfortable with but the Niners are generally conservative in
>their coverages so if Nnamdi doesn't have the same recovery
>speed it may be a problem.

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168. "Talks heating up between 49ers and Asomugha, Woodson (swipe)"
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http://sports.yahoo.com/news/talks-heating-between-49ers-asomugha-155030691--nfl.html

The San Francisco 49ers went 11-4-1 during the 2012 regular season thanks, in part, to a lockdown defensive unit that ranked fourth in the league against the pass (200.2 yds/gm) and second in scoring (17.1 pts/gm).
Nnamdi Asomugha looks to put his disastrous two-year stint in Philly behind him.
But it was a different story when the Niners reached the playoffs. Despite taking out both Green Bay and Atlanta en route to a much-deserved trip to New Orleans, the San Fran secondary was victimized to the tune of 306.0 passing yards and 29.7 points per game during their four postseason contests. As the competition got better, San Francisco’s weaknesses were exposed.
In an effort to upgrade the backend of the secondary before another possible trip to the Super Bowl, the 49ers have engaged in “serious discussions” with free agent defenders Nnamdi Asomugha and Charles Woodson, per Akbar Gbaja-Biamila of the NFL Network.
With Woodson scheduled to turn 37-years-old in October and Asomugha turning 32 in July, it’s unlikely that either player would be offered a long-term deal to join the defending NFC Champions. For Woodson, this would likely be the final contract of his illustrious NFL career. For Asomugha, it could be a one-year “prove it” contract that sends the former Philadelphia Eagle right back out into the free agent waters next season.
Those arrangements may not be ideal for either player, but at least it would give them a chance to play for a legitimate contender.
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171. "very hopeful about this one"
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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1567927-exploring-the-fit-between-the-san-francisco-49ers-and-glenn-dorsey?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=san-francisco-49ers

  

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172. "remind me, WHY are cats so mad at alex smith?"
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http://bleacherreport.com/tb/d9XRc?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=san-francisco-49ers

FL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that the Arizona Cardinals and Kevin Kolb would soon be severing ties and that the quarterback would not be on the roster by this weekend.

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The team announced Friday morning that Kolb has been released.

Acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles at the exorbitant cost of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, a second-round draft pick and a six-year, $65 million contract in July of 2011, Kolb posted a 6-8 record with 17 touchdowns versus 16 interceptions in 15 games with the Cardinals.

The risky trade -- or, perhaps more accurately, the unwillingness to pull the cord after one season -- ended up costing general manager Rod Graves and coach Ken Whisenhunt their jobs.

Due an untenable $9 million base salary on top of a $2 million roster bonus that was set to trigger later in the day, Kolb never had a chance of keeping his roster spot without a pay cut. The two sides reportedly discussed different ways of restructuring his contract, but they couldn't find middle ground.

However, with quarterbacks Drew Stanton and Brian Hoyer both under contract and vying for a chance to start, Kolb probably will try to seek greener pastures. It doesn't get any greener than the New York Jets, a team that has already discussed adding Kolb to their quarterback mix "at the right price."

As Around the League's Gregg Rosenthal mentioned in his wrap-up of free agency's third day, the quarterback-needy Buffalo Bills could also kick Kolb's tires now that he's been set free.

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174. "Smith before Harbaugh: Smith takes the snap, rolls to his right..."
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throws the ball away as he gets hit.


I remember going to the games and just wishing we had a QB that could work some magic, that's why people were so excited for JTO, TSmith, hell even Hill was a playmaker. that Nate Davis throw to Ginn in the pre-season? thing of beauty that up to that point in his career Smith never had.

granted, i was not on the bandwagon with him returning Harbaugh's first season, but i quickly drank the kool aid and jumped aboard. last two year's he's been solid, but not good enough. even tho he was completing high percentage of his throws the offense still seemed stagnant and they'd usually settle for FGs.

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176. "Montana said he looked at some film at the request of Keena Turner"
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To see if he had suggestions that might help Alex. When they talked next Keena asked Joe what he thought... Joe said something along the line of you have one of the worst offenses I've ever seen. he said most of the plays he watched Alex had no where to really go with the ball... So I'm not so sure it's just that Harbaugh's system was great as much as Sing & Raye's sucked.

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178. "you and me have said this ad nauseum"
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>To see if he had suggestions that might help Alex. When they
>talked next Keena asked Joe what he thought... Joe said
>something along the line of you have one of the worst offenses
>I've ever seen. he said most of the plays he watched Alex had
>no where to really go with the ball... So I'm not so sure it's
>just that Harbaugh's system was great as much as Sing & Raye's
>sucked.
His second season, with Norv Turner as his OC, was a marked improvement from his abysmal rookie campaign. He likely would have been able to turn that corner if he had Norv for a few more years.



>It will be interesting to see how Alex does under Andy
indeed. one of my boys who's a diehard KC fan was not pleased and saying that he's not better than Cassell. I'm not trying to shit on Cassell but he's still spending that in their prime Randy Moss/Wes Welker Super Bowl runner-up money.

Andy is that quintessential smart dumb nigga and has seemingly overused his athletic QBs (read McNabb's arm, Vick to a lesser but increasing degree at the end) to the detriment of the team. I remember when he head scratchingly decided to run a balanced attack with Garcia filling in for McNabb and it working well. With KC's running game, if he employs the same with Smith, I think it will be pretty successful.

  

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180. "Sing and Raye's sucked so bad. "
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The blame game was always a good indicator of who really knew wtf they were talking about. Those who blamed Alex for those offenses had no idea what they were talking about. Those who blamed that archaic Offense were at least somewhat knowledgeable.

  

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177. "my point was specifically related to Kolb"
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>throws the ball away as he gets hit.
>
>
>I remember going to the games and just wishing we had a QB
>that could work some magic, that's why people were so excited
>for JTO, TSmith, hell even Hill was a playmaker. that Nate
>Davis throw to Ginn in the pre-season? thing of beauty that up
>to that point in his career Smith never had.
>
>granted, i was not on the bandwagon with him returning
>Harbaugh's first season, but i quickly drank the kool aid and
>jumped aboard. last two year's he's been solid, but not good
>enough. even tho he was completing high percentage of his
>throws the offense still seemed stagnant and they'd usually
>settle for FGs.

the irresponsibility with which the trade for him was conducted. giving away so much value and money for someone who had proven so little, and this was AFTER most had stamp sealed Alex Smith as a non-redeemable bust, and at a time where you'd think that QB evaluation would be much improved from that in the mid 2000s. Arizona's leadership DESERVED to be fired for that shit. You have a top 10 caliber defense, a future Hall of Famer at wideout, and a team a few years removed from the Super Bowl and you fuck things up that badly for an unproven QB? Shiiit. Let's act like Alex had shit like that in place before Harbaugh and Co. showed up.

Just puzzled as to why a draft pick who was at worst a boat that would rise with the tide but never set back the franchise like the Kolb move did has drawn such ire.

  

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179. "Wait a minute..."
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>I remember going to the games and just wishing we had a QB
>that could work some magic, that's why people were so excited
>for JTO,
Besides the dude who still wears his O'Sullivan jersey to the games, who the fuck was excited for him?????

>that Nate
>Davis throw to Ginn in the pre-season? thing of beauty that up
>to that point in his career Smith never had.
HaHaHa... I completely forgot about Nasty Nate!

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181. "fans in the stands were, i believe through the first four or five weeks"
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of that season niners lead the league in 20+yard plays. that quickly dried up tho and losses piled up. i think they stared off 2-1 and then lost 5 or 6 straight

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183. "at one one point, o'sullivan had more turnovers by himself than"
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any one team in the league.

sing might've been stuck in 1985 with his offensive acumen, but at least he knew yanking o'sullivan for shaun hill was something that should've been done a couple weeks earlier.

LOL nolan LOL

  

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187. "dang, I'm glad i completely forgot about that"
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don't need that stress in my life anymore.

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184. "you realise you started an alex smith convo, of your own volition "
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even though he's left your team and using a swipe that didn't mention him........

you will have no credibility screaming innocent the next time someone makes a tenuous link between him and the 49ers now

  

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186. "why are you here?"
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>even though he's left your team and using a swipe that didn't
>mention him........
>
>you will have no credibility screaming innocent the next time
>someone makes a tenuous link between him and the 49ers now

i don't even know what you're trying to say here, i really don't.


yeah i made a thread about alex smith because he's been on my team for the past 8 years, IN MY TEAM THREAD. it violates no fan law to mention him.
are you missing the point i'm making here?


from what i recall, you're not one of those popping off who irrationally shit on him but regarding the rest of the lot, "credibility" is not something they trade in on this topic.

  

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182. "craig dahl? *YAWN*"
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i trust baalke sees something most people don't.

really hope they keep looking further at FS. for the record, i'm cool if they can sign c-wood for modest money.

  

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185. "seems like Baalke is looking to the draft"
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With Dahl to mentor whoever they are locking in on.

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188. "Colt McCoy huh?"
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ok

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189. "definitely was a *crickets chirping* moment"
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seems like mccoy's in the same mold of tolzien.

thought they might taken a closer look at vince young as a possible backup, given the offense.

oh well.

  

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190. "McCoy isn't a lock for the roster"
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I could still see us drafting a QB in late rounds and then letting it play out in camp, like last year when we cut Josh Johnson.

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193. "more of a lock than johnson"
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johnson was an UFA when they signed him...and was basically competing with tolzien for the #3 QB spot.

looks like mccoy's gonna compete with tolzien for the backup job.

  

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191. "Solid if unspectacular move"
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Kaep is obviously the franchise guy but he doesn't have a ton of experience and leaves himself open to big hits. Tolzien has been around for 2 years and has yet to take a snap in the regular season. Getting a youngish backup QB with 21 starts under his belt brings some experience to the QB meeting room.

Although McCoy was thoroughly mediocre in his time with the Browns he wasn't a complete mess. Seems like he could be a guy who could protect the ball and wouldn't lose bad games if he had to step in for Kaep for a game or two.

Also, McCoy's situation kind of reminds of Alex Smith. He was a successful college QB who ran the spread option offense, then got drafted by a organization that was kind of lost at sea and was almost immediately asked to lead a West Coast style offense with hardly any talent around him. He's also a better athlete then most give him credit for and could at least run a lot of the same sets as Kaep even though wouldn't be nearly the same type of big-play threat. Of course some generic similarities doesn't mean Harbaugh can get anything out of him, but for the price I think it's worth a try.

Getting an experienced back-up for basically a 7th rounder and $1.5M isn't really an exciting move but it's solid.

  

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192. "i don't see the big deal"
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>ok
>
>*shrugs*

not like we need anyone that competent, with our weapons and defense, a game manager at best is all it'll take for us to beat most teams.



  

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194. "Nnamdi coming back to the Bay"
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Sources reporting that Nnamdi is signing with the Niners on a one year deal for $1.35M with no guaranteed money.

http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/04/49ers-strike-one-year-deal-with-nnamdi-asomugha.html#more

Seems like an ideal low-risk/high-reward signing.

  

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195. "Can't be mad at that @ all"
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Seriously, that low of a salary, and none guaranteed? I fail to see a downside.

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197. "^^pretty much my reply."
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i mean, without looking up salaries i'm guessing he's gonna be just about the lowest paid of anyone seeing the field.

  

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196. "This made my afternoon"
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Agree with all the points made. Hopefully he comes in eager to prove himself after bombing in Philly. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't really cost us anything.

Rooting for him, he's long been one of my favorite guys in the league.

  

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198. "Nice"
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The fact he's going to pull a Deon and play for his next deal makes me feel pretty good at the effort we'll see from him this year... down side is this could easily be a one and done deal. I'm ok with that though.
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199. "People trying to say this was a dumb move..."
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Niners really got people mad with this signing...

Can't wait until draft day...




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200. "is Perrish Cox out?"
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Brock plays ST, right? I'm trying to figure which CB we drop.

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201. "Nobody is out yet"
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Nnamdi's money isn't guaranteed so there is an outside chance he could come in, stink it up and get cut. This is another case of Harbaugh using depth to create competition at a position.
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202. "So, they announced the schedule."
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Reviewing it, again I'm thinking like 12-4 to 10-6 (made the same prediction last year). Some bunnies in there, but then some fairly tough ones too, and a few that could go either way. Good to have the bye week right in the middle again. What y'all think?

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6. Sun, Oct 13
vs Arizona

7. Sun, Oct 20
@Tennessee

8. Sun, Oct 27
@Jacksonville

9. BYE WEEK

10. Sun, Nov 10
vs Carolina

11. Sun, Nov 17
@New Orleans

12. Mon, Nov 25
@Washington

13. Sun, Dec 1
vs St. Louis

14. Sun, Dec 8
vs. Seattle

15. Sun, Dec 15
@Tampa Bay

16. Mon, Dec 23
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205. "i kinda hate the first half of season here."
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four playoff teams the first five games.

a thursday game.

a london game.


(....in a perfect world all teams would play their thursday game *after* a bye week.)

  

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206. "That Colt's game has me a little nervous, I must admit"
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We do play some good teams, but hey, we're the defending NFC champs, and we should be fielding what should be a very good team on paper. Some papers and site will probably talk shit the beginning of the season, but everything will settle in during the second half.

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208. "If we can go 2-0 to start"
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than i will be real comfortable. i am thinking 10-6 or 11-5 just of first look. Definitely going to the Skins MNF game. It's gonna be me V like 20 of my friends, and the last time we played them on MNF i was in the building for my first 9ers game ever (41-10 SF i believe is how that ended). I already requested the day after off, lol. Other than that i think i wanna try and fly out for the home opener and one other game at the stick as well as any playoff games. One more year so let's get six for the stick.

  

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203. "this stupid motherfucka yo"
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http://bleacherreport.com/tb/dacaY?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=san-francisco-49ers

  

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204. "I facepalmed @ the username "cullyinthehouse""
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It all went downhill from there.

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207. "wack on the field, wack on the tweet."
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we need a ken norton jr-type of enforcer on the team to step up and tell this nigga to sit the fuck down for a minute.

  

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209. "SF interested in trading up to the 13th or 14th overall pick (swipe)"
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from yahoo...

2. San Francisco will be busy – The 49ers are at No. 31 overall, have 13 draft picks, including two selections each in Rounds 2-5. It's believed by at least one GM that the Niners are interested in moving up to the 13th or 14th overall pick. There is no way that the 49ers can keep more than five or six new draft picks with the way the team is structured right now. Expect GM Trent Baalke to either trade up or trade out for picks in the future. The talk around the league is that the 49ers would like to get a defensive lineman who can eventually step in for veteran Justin Smith. The team also needs a safety, No. 2 tight end and could use an impact corner. All of that is possible.

  

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210. "Still doesn't seem worth it to me"
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The 49ers definitely have the draft capital to make a move like that but I wonder who they think is worth making that kind of investment in. If they could get get a lineman like Lotuleli or Floyd I could see it, but I doubt either of those guys will make it out of the top 10. After that group your looking at D-linemen like Sheldon Richardson, Sylvester Williams, Datone Jones, or Tank Carradine, and I don't see that much difference in these second tier guys. I'd rather wait and see who lasts till closer to the Niners pick and make a smaller move if necessary.

If their looking at Free Safety I see even less of a reason to move up. Vaccaro appears to be the clear number 1 safety right now, but if the 49ers are looking for a guy who be the last man back in the deep third and come up and support the run I could think of a half dozen guys who are comparable to Vaccaro. While they might not be quite as good I think you could get better value out of guys like Reid, Cyprien, Rambo, Swearenger, or Thomas.

Whatever the 49ers do, it should be an interesting weekend. I can't wait to see what Baalke will do.

  

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colonelk
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211. "it doesn't make sense for DT or S"
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But would make sense if they could get a receiver they were in love with.

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Tek4mula
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212. "I'd be even more shocked to see them trade up for a WR"
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1st round WR's seem to be such a crap shoot, we're still waiting to see if the Niners crapped out with the Jenkins pick last year I'm not sure the 49ers would want to package multiple valuable picks to roll the dice again. Patterson and Austin appear to be the guys who would go in the teens and both have legitimate question marks, neither is really a "can't miss" difference maker.

Harbaugh and Roman have shown a knack for adapting the offense to their talent but the 49ers haven't really seemed to value the WR position all that highly in the last couple years. They will need to add some WR's before 2014 but I don't know that it's worth grabbing one of the top WR's in this years draft.

  

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213. "If we trade up, we are going for Austin..my belief"
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214. "RE: If we trade up, we are going for Austin..my belief"
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colonelk
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215. "you might be right"
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Though if we have TWO 1st round WRs sitting on the bench this year, well...

Also, would have to assume that we're gonna let Crabs go at the end of his contract.

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216. "RE: you might be right"
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Oh, Tavon Austin would NOT be sitting on the bench lol

And he isn't a Crabtree replacement either

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colonelk
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219. "not literally benched, but"
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Would he start over Crabtree or Boldin?

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220. "oh hell no lol...we'd stay in 3 wide sets though "
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Flash80
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218. "i forget aj jenkins is a 49er until someone mentions his name. nm"
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217. "49ers @ Skins 11/25 MNF... Ill be there"
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Any of you plan on going?

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223. "yeah, niggas from work who are skins fans been yapping about it"
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>Any of you plan on going?

i intend to be there, not sure how i'm gonna get my tickets though. one of my boys is a season tix holder and the people around him are classy, but i think i wanna sit with 49ers.

  

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225. "Ill let you know when I buy my tickets then sir "
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Beamer6178
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226. "RE: Ill let you know when I buy my tickets then sir "
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Bet. I'll do the same.

  

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242. "I'm There"
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221. "I called it!"
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http://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2154147&mesg_id=2154147&page=3#2165463

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Tek4mula
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222. "Reid seems like a good pick"
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I'm not sure that the 49ers needed to move up to 18 to get him, but they had the extra pics so I guess I can see why they would want to make sure they got their guy rather than wait around. I like that Reid seems to have a really high football IQ, I think once he gets working with Donatell and Fangio he can really grow into a great FS.

Now I'm just hoping the 49ers nab Tank Carradine with the #34 pick tomorrow and then a TE like Escobar or Kelce at the end of the 2nd. Throw in Honey Badger in the 3rd and I will be very happy with this draft.

  

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colonelk
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224. "we just gave up one of our 3rds"
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If they really wanted Reid and there was concern he wouldn't last until 31, then it was worth it. The luxury of having so many picks.

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227. "Who do you take with the 2nd rounder??"
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228. "ertz"
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WHO'S GOT IT BETTER THAN US?!?! NOOOOBODDDDYY!!!!

  

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colonelk
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229. "we got two"
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34. D-line. Jesse Williams or Carradine.

61. CB. Somebody to eventually replace Carlos in the slot. Going to be a long-term need in the NFC West.

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230. "^^^^"
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colonelk
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232. "I meant to say"
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34. Tank PLUS a 2014 third.

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233. "RE: we got two"
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>34. D-line. Jesse Williams or Carradine.
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good call. didn't think ertz @ TE was a must-have.

  

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234. "yeah, it's just not a need"
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With Kaep, Gore, Hunter, LMJ, VD, Crabs, Boldin, and possibly the best O-line in the league, we'll score some points.

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231. "cornelius carradine - DE from FSU"
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looks like he woulda been a lot higher pick if not for an ACL injury.

addresses another need with soap and ricky jean leaving.

  

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235. "we still need an answer at NT"
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Unless Ian Williams is about to have a Kilgore-like emergence. Somehow I doubt it.

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236. "RE: we still need an answer at NT"
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>Unless Ian Williams is about to have a Kilgore-like
>emergence. Somehow I doubt it.

Dorsey, hopefully

  

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237. "Patton and Lattimore in the 4th"
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238. "we love ACL recovery stories"
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I wonder if Lattimore will be on the PUP list this year.

Like the pick though. If he's even half the back Gore became, we will have a dangerous backfield for a good while (Lattimore, Hunter, LMJ, plus a QB who can run a little).

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239. "Pretty solid draft"
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Got good value at pretty much all the positions the 49ers needed help. I was glad that we focused on getting guys with pass rush ability rather than corners. A big deal was made about how the 49ers secondary got torched in the play-offs, but they had one of the best pass defenses in the league for most of the regular season. Things fell apart when Justin and Aldon got hurt, now there should be more depth.

Lattimore seems like a smart pick, I wouldn't be surprised if he is basically red-shirted this year. Leave him on IR to save a roster spot and make sure he is completely healed, then let him compete. Given Lattimore's talent level I feel like we basically traded a late 4th in 2013 for a 2nd in 2014.

The late round picks are basically camp fodder, will compete and push guys for ST spots but I think they will mostly be toast. Interesting start to the UDFA period, looks like the Niners have nabbed British discuss thrower and athletic freak Lawrence Okoye.

  

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240. "Patton is going to be huge... We are all of a sudden"
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So stacked at wide out...

Crabs
Boldin
Manningham
Kyle Williams ... Now Patton?

And of course vd... My god.

What if Jenkins decides to be a man? Smh

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241. "Don't forget Lockette"
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>So stacked at wide out...
I'd say well tooled, because dammit if we don't go into every postseason with considerably less than we started with


>Crabs
>Boldin
>Manningham
>Kyle Williams ... Now Patton?
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>And of course vd... My god.
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>What if Jenkins decides to be a man? Smh

kyle and mario were out midway through, randy was never what we hoped he would be. and i believe mario and kyle won't even be back by the beginning of the season.


no excuses about if we had this or that player how we'd have fared in the super bowl but it would be nice if we could go into the postseason with the majority of WRs we started the year with.

a lot of this though is future thinking. mario's contract is up this year, crabs will be up soon, kyle as well. in the case we don't resign any or all of them, we have young talent to fill in the gaps.

overall, it's just great to have harbaugh and baalke running the show right now.

  

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