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  • chapo123
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    San Francisco 49ers Discussion

    this is just my take and opinions on this season so far and I 'd like to see happen in the draft:

    -trade down and pick up a 2nd and 4th rd pick in the 1st

    1. wr -julian iglesias: would pair up nicely w/josh morgan since the depth is not very good and johnson is a fa after this season
    2.ot -alex boone: along w/joe staley he is a massive body and can help protect whoever will be playing qb next season since sf has already given up 19 sacks
    2. og - kraig urbik: ditto
    3. cb - brandon underwood: walt harris is 35 and a fa, s.spencer tore his acl and sf secondary gets burnt up more than a foreman grill. cb would be great here.
    4. olb - clay matthews: spikes,ulbrich are getting the ages and matthews can play in and out
    4. de - eric moncur: sf needs to place more pressure @ the line of scrimmage. this gives them a fresh body they can rotate in and out.
    5. qb - john parker wilson: smith is gone after this yr, hill couldent beat him out, and jto is playing like garbage. very low key qb to groom. its a very weak qb class.
    6. wr - mike thomas: in the shaun mcdonald mold. good pick for martz.
    7. c - alex fletcher: sf o-line is weak and beatup. the qb needs better protection otherwise sf will end up going thru quite a bit @ this rate.

  • Verloren
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    Originally posted by chapo123 View Post
    Not trying to ruffle feathers here...but I don't like those stats. 50/50 just isn't good enough. Especially for a team that was contending for the conference titles and had a solid roster jus a season ago. Lattimore and Thomas at the time made sense...you have " assume " those guys are ready, but they weren't.
    Probably less than 50% for ACL tears.

    Reaser only had 28 snaps by the time the bye week rolled around, and probably hasn't seen the field more than that. Tank had 151 snaps by then. The question with Tank is that he's converting to one of the deeper positions (Harold/Lynch/Lemonier), but he's probably going to beat Lemonier.

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  • edgrenade
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    I think this past year's draft class was pretty good:

    1 (17). Arik Armstead, DL, Oregon
    2 (14). Jaquiski Tartt, S, Samford
    3 (15). Eli Harold, OLB, Virginia
    4 (18). Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma
    4 (27). Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina
    4 (33). DeAndre Smelter, WR, Georgia Tech
    5 (29). Bradley Pinion, P, Clemson
    6 (14). Ian Silberman, OL, Boston College
    7 (27). Trenton Brown, OL, Florida
    7 (37). Rory Anderson, TE, South Carolina

    If Smelter is even a solid 2, this would be a great draft. Plus, Busta Anderson has a chance to compete for a spot in the offseason.

    Baalke has to hit on the 2016 draft. If he does, we should be in good shape for 2017 (hopefully 2016)


    Btw, are we all coming back here when Scott re-launches the site?

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  • chapo123
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    Originally posted by Verloren View Post
    Only 3 of the picks in 2012 have actually been on a NFL roster this season (Robinson, Fleming, Looney), but Robinson got cut recently. Really bad drafting that year.

    You'd almost think that having a red-shirt year would mean the players would coming in being more NFL ready due to the mental reps.

    Reaser (missed rookie season due to replacing his ACL after a graft failed) has looked okay.

    Smelter is on NFI.

    Tank...is getting moved around on the front 7. He was a 4-3 DE in college, needed more surgery to clear out his knee in 2013. Moved to 3-4 DE in '14, and is now converting to 3-4 OLB, which many teams projected him to.

    Haven't seen Brandon Thomas get that many snaps.

    Lattimore retired (I think most of us knew that he wouldn't be his old self).

    So it's 50/50 on drafting players with torn ACLs?

    Not trying to ruffle feathers here...but I don't like those stats. 50/50 just isn't good enough. Especially for a team that was contending for the conference titles and had a solid roster jus a season ago. Lattimore and Thomas at the time made sense...you have " assume " those guys are ready, but they weren't.

    Ballke better hit in this year's draft. I just don't know how long fans and the support group will stand for this buffoonery.

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  • Verloren
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    Originally posted by chapo123 View Post
    this season tho...

    as long as jed is running this team...the fans are toast.
    baalde is terrible too. was reading a thing about how no draft picks from 2012 are on the team. then why stock pile torn ACL players?...i'm at a loss about some of the decisions.

    i'm ok sticking with gabbert. not really sure we can bring in a vet at this point...otherwise why didn't a vet get picked up? kap is gone...i am sure someone will make a offer. he can play, just not in sf.
    Only 3 of the picks in 2012 have actually been on a NFL roster this season (Robinson, Fleming, Looney), but Robinson got cut recently. Really bad drafting that year.

    You'd almost think that having a red-shirt year would mean the players would coming in being more NFL ready due to the mental reps.

    Reaser (missed rookie season due to replacing his ACL after a graft failed) has looked okay.

    Smelter is on NFI.

    Tank...is getting moved around on the front 7. He was a 4-3 DE in college, needed more surgery to clear out his knee in 2013. Moved to 3-4 DE in '14, and is now converting to 3-4 OLB, which many teams projected him to.

    Haven't seen Brandon Thomas get that many snaps.

    Lattimore retired (I think most of us knew that he wouldn't be his old self).

    So it's 50/50 on drafting players with torn ACLs?

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  • chapo123
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    this season tho...

    as long as jed is running this team...the fans are toast.
    baalde is terrible too. was reading a thing about how no draft picks from 2012 are on the team. then why stock pile torn ACL players?...i'm at a loss about some of the decisions.

    i'm ok sticking with gabbert. not really sure we can bring in a vet at this point...otherwise why didn't a vet get picked up? kap is gone...i am sure someone will make a offer. he can play, just not in sf.

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  • Madirishman
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    50% good news?! 49ers are expected to keep Baalke, dump Tomsula: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-dump-tomsula/

    Baalke will seemingly then be held responsible (not Jed of course) for the next HC that is hired working out, or he'll be blamed and let go, too.

    I do think that Baalke wants to trade Kaep at this point regardless but we'll have to see that whoever they bring in as HC may want the job partly because of the opportunity to revive Kaep's career. I just hope they have learned (finally) from hiring coaches like Sing and Tomsula, who are great guys and leaders in their own ways, but are simply not HC material and were both embarrassingly over-matched and lacked the ability to execute NFL-caliber schemes or make mid-game adjustments as needed.

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  • david_581
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    Chip Kelly, Chuck Pagano, Mike Holmgren, anybody but Tomsula. Baalke needs to be fired for how this season has unfolded after he fired Harbaugh and chose Tomsula over Fangio or Gase.

    Jared Goff in the 1st round please.

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  • Madirishman
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    Disaster! We just made the worst team in the league look like a juggernaut. On pace for a Top 5 pick in a perceived weak QB draft. Gabbert has looked better than his deer-in-headlight Jags days but he isn't the QB of the future. Kap still has talent but needs the right coaching/scheme to excel and grow. UGH.

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  • YAYareaRB
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    Man what a year we are having lol

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  • Madirishman
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    They pulled out a gutsy win yesterday against a quality team in the Falcons with Gabbert at the helm, a RBBC consisting of 2 guys off the street and a practice squad player, the top 3 CB's out against the league's leading receiver and they also held the league's leading rusher almost complete in check. The roller coaster of 'who is this team' and 'what happens next' continues...

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  • Shupp
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    We are really screwed. Worst coaching staff in the league, worst O-Line, and the worst owner. Now I know how Raider fans feel.

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  • Shupp
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    Originally posted by Verloren
    If you look at all the flak Tim Kawakami has taken on Twitter, some fans love York.
    Any left?

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  • chapo123
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    Originally posted by Madirishman View Post
    Good bye Vernon Davis. Shipped to the Broncos for two 6th round picks. He's been a good Niner and had some memorable games but he checked out last year, has been so-so this year battling injuries and was definitely going to go elsewhere after the season, so I'm glad they got some value for him. Niners at least have a projected 12 picks in the upcoming draft (including 4 comp selections). The question is, who will be making those picks?
    I honestly would not be shocked to see staley, bowman, brock, reid, and donate johnson not be dealt. there is a bit of value left in them.

    kap is for sure gone...the era is done. that being said, qb has got to be the obvious route but not sure i would take anyone currently in the top 10 playing in college.

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  • Madirishman
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    Good bye Vernon Davis. Shipped to the Broncos for two 6th round picks. He's been a good Niner and had some memorable games but he checked out last year, has been so-so this year battling injuries and was definitely going to go elsewhere after the season, so I'm glad they got some value for him. Niners at least have a projected 12 picks in the upcoming draft (including 4 comp selections). The question is, who will be making those picks?

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