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We signed Tony Parrish.

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Hey I have been trying to post this for a few days but because of some DEBUG thing that pops up everytime I post this is the first time it seems to have worked.

I wanted to comment on Scotts mock and him saying with the Cowboys starting Marc Colombo it speaks volumes about the state of the position. I think Colombo has played very well. I can't even tell you his stats for sacks allowed but I know there aren't that many. I think the Cowboys could replace RG before RT. Rivera was a mistake to sign; not worth the money. At center I think Gurode is fine. At LG Kosier has been OK, but I like him. At LT Flozell Adams has been good but how many years can he go? So I'd say a starting RG and a LT to develop and the O-Line is fine.

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I wanted to comment on Scotts mock and him saying with the Cowboys starting Marc Colombo it speaks volumes about the state of the position. I think Colombo has played very well. I can't even tell you his stats for sacks allowed but I know there aren't that many. I think the Cowboys could replace RG before RT. Rivera was a mistake to sign; not worth the money. At center I think Gurode is fine. At LG Kosier has been OK, but I like him. At LT Flozell Adams has been good but how many years can he go? So I'd say a starting RG and a LT to develop and the O-Line is fine.

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Good to add a vet Saftey to the mix, but never seen him play much, so my judgment is still to come. But he does have a rating of 85 on Madden :D
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I think Parrish will back up Roy at SS, provide veteran depth and hopefully play well on special teams. I know he was really good before the injury, he picked off Bledsoe twice last year and returned one for a TD. I don't think he would be a consideration for FS, he's much more of a SS who is somwhat limited in coverage.

Here's a scouting report of Parrish from the 2006 Sporting News Scouting Guide magazine.

Strengths: Physical and has excellent quickness. Has the upper body strength to play off blocks efficiently and get to balls. Excels at diagnosing the run and has good range.

Weaknesses: Limited in man coverage; can match up with most tight ends and backs but struggles with slot and wide receivers. Lacks top speed.

Bottom Line: Parrish finished last season on injured reserve. The 49ers need his leadership and toughness. Grade 7.8, ranked 20th among safeties
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Parrish??? Eh, not the worst pick up.
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anybody else hoping Skyler is gone for good this time? After the switch to RB I haven't seen a place for him on this team.
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anybody else hoping Skyler is gone for good this time? After the switch to RB I haven't seen a place for him on this team.
I'm still hoping he can contribute something. I'd hate to have a wasted 4th round pick.
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I'm hoping Parrish is healthy. If he is, we'll see what he can do. I think it was a good pickup. Nothing to lose, everything to gain.
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Didn't know he was moved to RB :shock:
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anybody else hoping Skyler is gone for good this time? After the switch to RB I haven't seen a place for him on this team.
I'm still hoping he can contribute something. I'd hate to have a wasted 4th round pick.
It's not like 4th round picks are guaranteed players or anything.

Now Jacob Rogers and Stephen Peterman... Those were complete wastes. You hate to bust on 2nd rounders. 3rd rounders are bustable...but Peterman never even made it in a game as far as I remeber.
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anybody else hoping Skyler is gone for good this time? After the switch to RB I haven't seen a place for him on this team.
I'm still hoping he can contribute something. I'd hate to have a wasted 4th round pick.
It's not like 4th round picks are guaranteed players or anything.

Now Jacob Rogers and Stephen Peterman... Those were complete wastes. You hate to bust on 2nd rounders. 3rd rounders are bustable...but Peterman never even made it in a game as far as I remeber.
No, but I think everyone likes to hit on those kind of picks.
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anybody else hoping Skyler is gone for good this time? After the switch to RB I haven't seen a place for him on this team.
I'm still hoping he can contribute something. I'd hate to have a wasted 4th round pick.
It's not like 4th round picks are guaranteed players or anything.

Now Jacob Rogers and Stephen Peterman... Those were complete wastes. You hate to bust on 2nd rounders. 3rd rounders are bustable...but Peterman never even made it in a game as far as I remeber.
No, but I think everyone likes to hit on those kind of picks.
Sure, but that's the nature of drafts that people need to understand. It's not a total waste in a way because we find out that they aren't what we hoped and aren't left wondering what could have been had we not taken them. LOL.
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anybody else hoping Skyler is gone for good this time? After the switch to RB I haven't seen a place for him on this team.
I'm still hoping he can contribute something. I'd hate to have a wasted 4th round pick.
It's not like 4th round picks are guaranteed players or anything.

Now Jacob Rogers and Stephen Peterman... Those were complete wastes. You hate to bust on 2nd rounders. 3rd rounders are bustable...but Peterman never even made it in a game as far as I remeber.
No, but I think everyone likes to hit on those kind of picks.
Sure, but that's the nature of drafts that people need to understand. It's not a total waste in a way because we find out that they aren't what we hoped and aren't left wondering what could have been had we not taken them. LOL.
Yeah. We hardly knew ya Skyler!
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I looked at Scott's new mock, he has us taking Levi Brown to apparently take the place of Colombo.....and he said it speaks volumes about the state of the group that he is starting. Is it just me or has Colombo actually played well this season? I know we could use OL, but I would rather have an OG to replace Rivera than a RT to replace Colombo. Thoughts?
We have about 4 pages accumulated talking about this matter alone...reading back through the pages wouldn't be a bad idea.
Oh really. Thanks for heads up. :roll:

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Hey I have been trying to post this for a few days but because of some DEBUG thing that pops up everytime I post this is the first time it seems to have worked.

I wanted to comment on Scotts mock and him saying with the Cowboys starting Marc Colombo it speaks volumes about the state of the position. I think Colombo has played very well. I can't even tell you his stats for sacks allowed but I know there aren't that many. I think the Cowboys could replace RG before RT. Rivera was a mistake to sign; not worth the money. At center I think Gurode is fine. At LG Kosier has been OK, but I like him. At LT Flozell Adams has been good but how many years can he go? So I'd say a starting RG and a LT to develop and the O-Line is fine.

Thoughts?
For the second time...as if you didn't look at the last page. Take some time and check out the last 3 or so pages so you dont' ask the same topic of discussion that we have talked about for well over a month.
For the second time I didn't see that I already posted it. when I posted this before it said DEBUG or whatever so I thought it didn't work.

And boy I am impressed that you have been talking about this for the last month. You deserve a cookie. I mean golly jee why don't I just crown you king cowboys fan. :D
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Hey I have been trying to post this for a few days but because of some DEBUG thing that pops up everytime I post this is the first time it seems to have worked.

I wanted to comment on Scotts mock and him saying with the Cowboys starting Marc Colombo it speaks volumes about the state of the position. I think Colombo has played very well. I can't even tell you his stats for sacks allowed but I know there aren't that many. I think the Cowboys could replace RG before RT. Rivera was a mistake to sign; not worth the money. At center I think Gurode is fine. At LG Kosier has been OK, but I like him. At LT Flozell Adams has been good but how many years can he go? So I'd say a starting RG and a LT to develop and the O-Line is fine.

Thoughts?
For the second time...as if you didn't look at the last page. Take some time and check out the last 3 or so pages so you dont' ask the same topic of discussion that we have talked about for well over a month.
For the second time I didn't see that I already posted it. when I posted this before it said DEBUG or whatever so I thought it didn't work.

And boy I am impressed that you have been talking about this for the last month. You deserve a cookie. I mean golly jee why don't I just crown you king cowboys fan. :D
Just to make it short and sweet, I just said that Columbo's played well, and Scott was way off base with his comments. Just my opinion.
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Thanks! Nice to see what others think.
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Scott has been taking pot-shots at Colombo all year long now. It's like he knows something that everyone else doesn't. Call me funny, but when you allow 1 sack all year long (the result of the QB stepping up unexpectedly into the rusher), and have ZERO holding penalties on a line that is near the top of the league in rushing yards despite not having an elite RB.....that should say something.

Stupid ol' Parcells, though, he seems to be under the impression that Colombo has been pretty good. I wish there was a way that Scott could clue him in to just how bad his player is, how does someone get a job as a head coach and not even know his own players?
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