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Sanchez vs Stafford

please... USC played teams like Washington and Washington State. Those were among the worst teams in all of college football. Plus, his O-line wasn't bad. Georgia's O-line was very poor and inexperienced, and Stafford played in the conference with the greatest distribution of talent - the SEC. Stafford has also had many more starts. Therefore, Stafford is probably the safer pick.
Originally posted by dhp318:
please... USC played teams like Washington and Washington State. Those were among the worst teams in all of college football. Plus, his O-line wasn't bad. Georgia's O-line was very poor and inexperienced, and Stafford played in the conference with the greatest distribution of talent - the SEC. Stafford has also had many more starts. Therefore, Stafford is probably the safer pick.

Georgia O-Line isn´t very poor they may be very inexperienced but they have very promising players at Left tackle, guard and center.
the dope who wrote the article calls Percy Harvin an NFL running back.
Originally posted by jojomellon:
the dope who wrote the article calls Percy Harvin an NFL running back.

Well Harvin will be a WR in the NFL but im pretty sure he will get some carries on whatever team he goes to.
Originally posted by highway49:
good info, however the big stat on Sanchez to a-lot of scouts is his 22 total starts in games,basically a [one year starter]...but on potential alone I'd pick him, but he's likely gone by # 10 in the first round....

i think it was mike sando on espn nfc west blog that recently wrote a good analysis showing the correlation between the number of passes a qb throws in college vs his future success in the nfl....the more passes a qb threw in college, the better his chances to pan out as a pro
denny green's kid jeremy green and john clayton were debating the niners vs raiders on their nfl radio show yesterday.....clayton said that raiders with russell actually have more upside than niners with hill...green disagreed.....

granted clayton is just a talking head, but i think most people in the league think niners need to upgrade the qb position......hill was up and down in 2008, but im not sure how much of the up was due to martz 9alot i think)

if stafford falls into niners laps they better take him
Originally posted by hofer36:
denny green's kid jeremy green and john clayton were debating the niners vs raiders on their nfl radio show yesterday.....clayton said that raiders with russell actually have more upside than niners with hill...green disagreed.....

granted clayton is just a talking head, but i think most people in the league think niners need to upgrade the qb position......hill was up and down in 2008, but im not sure how much of the up was due to martz 9alot i think)

if stafford falls into niners laps they better take him

I think it's safe to say that more than 60% of the teams would like to upgrade at QB. What makes me feel safer is out of those teams, Shaun Hill has probably out performed most of those QB.

I think the Alex Smith bust attention is the only reason why teams think we are desperate for a QB or more desperate than most teams for a QB.
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Originally posted by Icelandic49er:
Originally posted by dhp318:
please... USC played teams like Washington and Washington State. Those were among the worst teams in all of college football. Plus, his O-line wasn't bad. Georgia's O-line was very poor and inexperienced, and Stafford played in the conference with the greatest distribution of talent - the SEC. Stafford has also had many more starts. Therefore, Stafford is probably the safer pick.

Georgia O-Line isn´t very poor they may be very inexperienced but they have very promising players at Left tackle, guard and center.

alex smith also has promise
So in theory, Detroit could pick one of the top four OTs-
I think the Rams could go QB, honestly-
if not them, then I think KC brings Stafford in... 50/50-
How Stafford will drop to four, I dont know, but the Seahawks need a QB just as much as they NEED a WR so it would be hard to go with someone other than Stafford at four-

Stafford would have to drop Cincy for me to believe we have a decent shot, and then we may have to jump ahead of the Jags at that, so realisticly, we're going to have to spend big if we want Stafford. ( I dont think we will.)
It make sense for Detroit to take their pick of the best LTs at #1. They pay a LT less than a QB, and it is a safer pick. Since Detroit picks again at #20, they could take which ever QB, Stafford or Sanchez, falls to them. And they would pay them much less at #20.

I don't know who the back-up is for Seattle, but Hasselback is around 34? So they might take a QB. Last year, Green Bay took Brian Brohm in the second round cause Ted Thompson goes by a BPA draft philosophy. So they won't be taking a QB in the first.

Anyhow, it might be the case that one of the QBs is still on the board at #10. If so, we could take swap picks with Detroit, and take someone like Percy Harvin, and get Detroits second round pick.
Originally posted by mebemused:
It make sense for Detroit to take their pick of the best LTs at #1. They pay a LT less than a QB, and it is a safer pick. Since Detroit picks again at #20, they could take which ever QB, Stafford or Sanchez, falls to them. And they would pay them much less at #20.

I don't know who the back-up is for Seattle, but Hasselback is around 34? So they might take a QB. Last year, Green Bay took Brian Brohm in the second round cause Ted Thompson goes by a BPA draft philosophy. So they won't be taking a QB in the first.

Anyhow, it might be the case that one of the QBs is still on the board at #10. If so, we could take swap picks with Detroit, and take someone like Percy Harvin, and get Detroits second round pick.


if stafford get past 1st 4 picks niners have a shot...where guys like matt casssel, kerry collins, jeff garcia go could affect the draft as far as early picks on qbs....lions may go off tackle and then qb with their 2 1st rd picks, rams would be hard pressed to pass a good offensive tackle or crabtree....chiefs could go for stafford but also could take a guy like aaron curry (pioli is a parcells disciple and parcells love LBs)...seahawks would be hard pressed to bypass crabtree if available (rams like crabtree too according to some reports)
Originally posted by mebemused:
It make sense for Detroit to take their pick of the best LTs at #1. They pay a LT less than a QB, and it is a safer pick. Since Detroit picks again at #20, they could take which ever QB, Stafford or Sanchez, falls to them. And they would pay them much less at #20.

I don't know who the back-up is for Seattle, but Hasselback is around 34? So they might take a QB. Last year, Green Bay took Brian Brohm in the second round cause Ted Thompson goes by a BPA draft philosophy. So they won't be taking a QB in the first.

Anyhow, it might be the case that one of the QBs is still on the board at #10. If so, we could take swap picks with Detroit, and take someone like Percy Harvin, and get Detroits second round pick.

Seneca Wallace.....So yes, they need a QB.
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Who cares about Stafford or Sanchez? The 49ers should draft a QB. But I do not want Mark Sanchez. He came out of USC a year early IMO. And Stafford will be gone by the 10th pick. So we should draft B.J. Raji to fill our massive whole at NT.
Originally posted by 49ersNorcal:
Who cares about Stafford or Sanchez? The 49ers should draft a QB. But I do not want Mark Sanchez. He came out of USC a year early IMO. And Stafford will be gone by the 10th pick. So we should draft B.J. Raji to fill our massive whole at NT.

But isnt USC one of the best in the business when scouting QB talent all over the nation
Originally posted by 49ersNorcal:
Who cares about Stafford or Sanchez? The 49ers should draft a QB. But I do not want Mark Sanchez. He came out of USC a year early IMO. And Stafford will be gone by the 10th pick. So we should draft B.J. Raji to fill our massive whole at NT.

Many mocks have Raji going to Cleveland, or Green Bay, both 3/4 teams. Using your logic, it is Raji who is likely to be gone by our pick. So it is far more likely that we will have Stafford or Sanchez on the board, than Raji. And if Detroit plays it safte and takes a LT at #1, they may both be on the board at #10.