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Old 04-29-2011, 12:10 PM   #1081
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Kaepernick is a wasted pick when we can get someone like Rodney Hudson or Wisnewski to protect a decent QB of the future, like Mallett or the guys for next years class.


When I think of us drafting Kaepernick I think of us drafting Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas that year, wasted picks!
The sad part is you've actually made yourself think that its true. Who would ever compare two mediocre position players like them with Kaepernick who is 6'5" and has freakish athletic ability to go with great mobility? I'm not saying he is a day 1 starter. However I think he can be a good quarterback for us and saying he is a wasted pick is absurd!
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:45 PM   #1082
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They were thinking that they are just one big-time player away from the big dance.
I have news for them. They're not. Their defense got taken apart by Green Bay. This guy better be in the class of a T.O. or Randy Moss. Otherwise they got taken. Way too many picks to give up for a rookie wr.
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:48 PM   #1083
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On the flip side, gotta give Mike Holmgren credit. He should go to jail for stealing from Atlanta.
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:48 PM   #1084
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I have news for them. They're not. Their defense got taken apart by Green Bay. This guy better be in the class of a T.O. or Randy Moss. Otherwise they got taken. Way too many picks to give up for a rookie wr.
They could have saved the picks to use on D, and picked up one of the free agent WRs that probably would have more of an immediate impact than Jones will. I definitely think they gave up too much.
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:52 PM   #1085
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The sad part is you've actually made yourself think that its true. Who would ever compare two mediocre position players like them with Kaepernick who is 6'5" and has freakish athletic ability to go with great mobility? I'm not saying he is a day 1 starter. However I think he can be a good quarterback for us and saying he is a wasted pick is absurd!
Unless they could get him later, I agree that it would more than likely be a wasted pick. We have too many other spots to try and fill than to take a big risk on a qb that may be good, but just as likely and perhaps more than likely, will never be the franchise qb that we desperately need. This class just lacks that type of qb. Next year looks to be the better draft qb wise.
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Old 04-29-2011, 01:18 PM   #1086
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I have news for them. They're not. Their defense got taken apart by Green Bay. This guy better be in the class of a T.O. or Randy Moss. Otherwise they got taken. Way too many picks to give up for a rookie wr.
Hey, I was not arguing that they are just one player away. I simply argued that they seem to think so. I agree with you.
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Old 04-29-2011, 01:51 PM   #1087
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As much as I approve as the trade down, pick up a stud in Kerrigan and an extra 2nd round pick.....

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As much as I approve as the trade down, pick up a stud in Kerrigan and an extra 2nd round pick.....

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Old 04-29-2011, 05:27 PM   #1089
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Kaepernick is a wasted pick when we can get someone like Rodney Hudson or Wisnewski to protect a decent QB of the future

Totally agree, I WANT A CENTER, and I dont want to pick up one in the 7th round or some UFA. Grab a high tier center if he is available. Rabach has to go. Our interior line needs help, and center would be a perfect position to address. I dont want Mallet or any of these other suspect QBs. The next QB we draft needs to be a stud, no more Patrick Ramseys and Jason Campbells to waist 3 years on trying to figure out if they got IT or not.
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Old 04-29-2011, 10:41 PM   #1090
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Totally agree, I WANT A CENTER, and I dont want to pick up one in the 7th round or some UFA. Grab a high tier center if he is available. Rabach has to go. Our interior line needs help, and center would be a perfect position to address. I dont want Mallet or any of these other suspect QBs. The next QB we draft needs to be a stud, no more Patrick Ramseys and Jason Campbells to waist 3 years on trying to figure out if they got IT or not.
We run a ZBS, so a guy like Kelce is totally possible.
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Old 04-29-2011, 10:43 PM   #1091
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Totally agree, I WANT A CENTER, and I dont want to pick up one in the 7th round or some UFA. Grab a high tier center if he is available. Rabach has to go. Our interior line needs help, and center would be a perfect position to address. I dont want Mallet or any of these other suspect QBs. The next QB we draft needs to be a stud, no more Patrick Ramseys and Jason Campbells to waist 3 years on trying to figure out if they got IT or not.
It doesn't seem like there are any available. Though technically we do have a fourth round pick Center in Kory L (drafted by Shanny the year he was fired). So the real solution might be finding a Guard that allows Kory to move back to his natural position. And if you look at the history of Shanahan lineman rounds 3-5 are the sweet spot.


Dan Neil 3rd round 96
Matt Lepsis Undrafted 96

Lennie Friedman G 2nd round last pick 1999

Cooper Carlisle Round 4 2000

Ben Hamilton Guard Round 4 2001

George Foster Tackle Round 1 2004

Chris Meyers Round 4 2005

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Ryand Clady 2008 Round 1

Ryan Harris 2007 Round 3

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