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  • #91
    Originally posted by no love View Post
    Since 2000 the 49ers have been pretty up and down

    2000 - Julian Peterson: Great pick
    2000 - Ahmed Plummer: Good first two seasons, all downhill from there
    2001 - Andre Carter: Had a few good seasons, but not good enough for #7 overall
    2002 - Mike Rumph: Bust
    2003 - Kwame Harris: Bust
    2004 - Rashaun Woods: Complete BUST
    2005 - Alex Smith: Too early to tell, but its not looking so good
    2006 - Vernon Davis: Yet to tap his physical potential, but still had a good year. I'll wait for consistent qb play to judge him.
    2006 - Manny Lawson: Hurt this year, too early to tell
    2007 - Patrick Willis: Money.

    Ultimately 2 great picks in the past seven years says a lot about this team.
    You forgot Staley.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by PACKmanN View Post
      why would you draft a kicker in the first round?
      I mean Kickers help u win the game...FBs? U can run a Shootgun and Singleback all day. Hell, who is the FB for Addai? Utecht? I dont even care ;)

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      • #93
        Originally posted by OzTitan View Post
        I like it how you extend it down to Sanders :)
        I had to have a bright spot :)

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        • #94
          Originally posted by BrownsTown View Post
          Tim Couch, Courtney Brown, Gerard Warren, William Green. *stabs self*
          at least the browns' drafting's improved as of late, with guys like Edwards and Thomas.

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          • #95
            1996: Marvin Harrison (WR) Syracuse
            Future HOFer. One of the most productive WRs of all time.

            1997: Tarik Glenn (OT) Cal
            Protected Peyton Manning's blind side his entire career. Multiple Pro-Bowl trips. Great pick.

            1998: Peyton Manning (QB) Tennessee
            We could've had Ryan Leaf. But I'll settle for Peyton.

            1999: Edgerrin James (RB) Miami
            Was on his way to HOF career, before 2001 knee injury, but still gave the Colts some great seasons.

            2000: Rob Morris (ILB) BYU
            Probably the worst player on this list. But I still wouldn't call him a bust, since he has started for the Colts for 5 seasons and was an important part of the 2006 Super Bowl Championship team.

            2001: Reggie Wayne (WR) Miami
            Has probably replaced Marvin Harrison as Manning's #1 target. One of the best WRs in the NFL.

            2002: Dwight Freeney (DE) Syracuse
            One of the most feared pass-rushers in the NFL. Has displayed better all-around game this season before the injury as well. Great pick.

            2003: Dallas Clark (TE) Iowa
            Good offensive weapon. He was possibly the offensive MVP during the 2006 playoff run for the Colts.

            2004: No 1st rounder (Bob Sanders picked in the 2nd)
            No 1st round pick, but it's safe to say this draft produced talent for the Colts as well.

            2005: Marlin Jackson (DB) Michigan
            Currently the Colts' starting CB, but he has already started at FS as well. Good player. Maybe a model of a Cover-2 CB.

            2006: Joseph Addai (RB) LSU
            Pro-Bowl in his 2nd season. One of the better all-around RBs in the NFL.

            2007: Anthony Gonzalez (WR) OSU
            I guess it's too early to tell, but he has already impressed enough to think he should be a good player for years to come.




            Yeah, Bill Polian knows how to draft.

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            • #96
              Man that is awesome drafting.
              "We're only going to score 17 points?" Brady said before chuckling about it. "OK. Is Plax playing defense? I wish he had said 45-42 and gave us a little credit for scoring more points."

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              • #97
                RON DAYNE

                CEDRIC JONES

                WILL ALLEN

                WILLIAM JOSEPH

                a few of the giants 1st round busts

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by MaxV View Post
                  1996: Marvin Harrison (WR) Syracuse
                  Future HOFer. One of the most productive WRs of all time.

                  1997: Tarik Glenn (OT) Cal
                  Protected Peyton Manning's blind side his entire career. Multiple Pro-Bowl trips. Great pick.

                  1998: Peyton Manning (QB) Tennessee
                  We could've had Ryan Leaf. But I'll settle for Peyton.

                  1999: Edgerrin James (RB) Miami
                  Was on his way to HOF career, before 2001 knee injury, but still gave the Colts some great seasons.

                  2000: Rob Morris (ILB) BYU
                  Probably the worst player on this list. But I still wouldn't call him a bust, since he has started for the Colts for 5 seasons and was an important part of the 2006 Super Bowl Championship team.

                  2001: Reggie Wayne (WR) Miami
                  Has probably replaced Marvin Harrison as Manning's #1 target. One of the best WRs in the NFL.

                  2002: Dwight Freeney (DE) Syracuse
                  One of the most feared pass-rushers in the NFL. Has displayed better all-around game this season before the injury as well. Great pick.

                  2003: Dallas Clark (TE) Iowa
                  Good offensive weapon. He was possibly the offensive MVP during the 2006 playoff run for the Colts.

                  2004: No 1st rounder (Bob Sanders picked in the 2nd)
                  No 1st round pick, but it's safe to say this draft produced talent for the Colts as well.

                  2005: Marlin Jackson (DB) Michigan
                  Currently the Colts' starting CB, but he has already started at FS as well. Good player. Maybe a model of a Cover-2 CB.

                  2006: Joseph Addai (RB) LSU
                  Pro-Bowl in his 2nd season. One of the better all-around RBs in the NFL.

                  2007: Anthony Gonzalez (WR) OSU
                  I guess it's too early to tell, but he has already impressed enough to think he should be a good player for years to come.




                  Yeah, Bill Polian knows how to draft.

                  Out-*******-standing......That's amazing.

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                  • #99
                    Ryan Leaf is definitely the worst bust ever.

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