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Positions you want to see drafted next year

Rusher-DE
CB
QB
Positions?

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  • GEEK
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ILB to replace Willis

NT to replace Franklin

WR to replace Crabtree

RB to replace Gore
Originally posted by GEEK:
DE to replace Smith

DE to replace Franklin

OLB to replace the zero depth we have at a true rushing OLB

CB to replace Clements

Fixed

[ Edited by GoldenIowa49er on Aug 17, 2010 at 21:10:32 ]
Originally posted by GoldenIowa49er:
Originally posted by GEEK:
DE to replace Smith

DE to replace Franklin

OLB to replace the zero depth we have at a true rushing OLB

CB to replace Clements

Fixed

Edit: i meant sopoaga at the other de my bad
OLB, CB, QB, C, DE, K

NT if we don't resign franklin
Really premature but it looks like we might have some great depth and spots I thought we would have to draft for might not be a need. We will see after the year but right now....

Reggie Smith steps up - Better leverage on Goldson ext. or he is a possible dime CB

RJF - Better leverage on Franklin ext. and possible NT of the future. Honestly, don't think Franklin will resign with us next year.

OLB - Briggs, Brooks, Bruce Davis might be the pass rushing OLB we have been looking for and also great bargaining chip on Lawson's high price tag. Who knows maybe one of these guys takes over for Haralson some day.

C - Thought this would be a need eventually but with Baas stepping up maybe we resign him after this year and we have our center of the future. Baas is a little under 2 years younger. (will be 29 early in the season)

Still thinking our only need for sure next year will be CB and I'll add QB to the list of the above ones that are possibilities. It would be nice if all those guys stepped up and CB was our only need.

[ Edited by Gore_21 on Aug 18, 2010 at 11:54:59 ]
If we need to take a qb, hopefully not though, we need to get one early in the draft so there is no question who our future is




"Nevada's Dontay Moch had just run 40 yards in 4.18 seconds. That would be among the fastest times ever recorded. In disbelief, they made him run again.

He clocked 4.08 on his second try. That time is almost inhuman. So they made him run again.

On his third and final try, he covered the 40 yards in 4.2 seconds. Maybe he was a little tired, but even that time is run by only the most nimble wide receivers and cornerbacks.

Imagine a 6-1, 245-pound defensive end such as Moch running it. Unthinkable."

link
Originally posted by ChaunceyGardner:




"Nevada's Dontay Moch had just run 40 yards in 4.18 seconds. That would be among the fastest times ever recorded. In disbelief, they made him run again.

He clocked 4.08 on his second try. That time is almost inhuman. So they made him run again.

On his third and final try, he covered the 40 yards in 4.2 seconds. Maybe he was a little tired, but even that time is run by only the most nimble wide receivers and cornerbacks.

Imagine a 6-1, 245-pound defensive end such as Moch running it. Unthinkable."

link

Originally posted by adrenaline:
Originally posted by ChaunceyGardner:




"Nevada's Dontay Moch had just run 40 yards in 4.18 seconds. That would be among the fastest times ever recorded. In disbelief, they made him run again.

He clocked 4.08 on his second try. That time is almost inhuman. So they made him run again.

On his third and final try, he covered the 40 yards in 4.2 seconds. Maybe he was a little tired, but even that time is run by only the most nimble wide receivers and cornerbacks.

Imagine a 6-1, 245-pound defensive end such as Moch running it. Unthinkable."

link



wtf. lol Dude is a beast. He is nearly at 3 f**king seconds!
Originally posted by Ajanke:
Originally posted by adrenaline:
Originally posted by ChaunceyGardner:




"Nevada's Dontay Moch had just run 40 yards in 4.18 seconds. That would be among the fastest times ever recorded. In disbelief, they made him run again.

He clocked 4.08 on his second try. That time is almost inhuman. So they made him run again.

On his third and final try, he covered the 40 yards in 4.2 seconds. Maybe he was a little tired, but even that time is run by only the most nimble wide receivers and cornerbacks.

Imagine a 6-1, 245-pound defensive end such as Moch running it. Unthinkable."

link



wtf. lol Dude is a beast. He is nearly at 3 f**king seconds!

and as a DE too this is amazing what round is he projected to go?
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by Ajanke:
Originally posted by adrenaline:
Originally posted by ChaunceyGardner:




"Nevada's Dontay Moch had just run 40 yards in 4.18 seconds. That would be among the fastest times ever recorded. In disbelief, they made him run again.

He clocked 4.08 on his second try. That time is almost inhuman. So they made him run again.

On his third and final try, he covered the 40 yards in 4.2 seconds. Maybe he was a little tired, but even that time is run by only the most nimble wide receivers and cornerbacks.

Imagine a 6-1, 245-pound defensive end such as Moch running it. Unthinkable."

link



wtf. lol Dude is a beast. He is nearly at 3 f**king seconds!

and as a DE too this is amazing what round is he projected to go?

Drug Test!!! That seems impossible...cant wait for him at the combine!
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by Ajanke:
Originally posted by adrenaline:
Originally posted by ChaunceyGardner:




"Nevada's Dontay Moch had just run 40 yards in 4.18 seconds. That would be among the fastest times ever recorded. In disbelief, they made him run again.

He clocked 4.08 on his second try. That time is almost inhuman. So they made him run again.

On his third and final try, he covered the 40 yards in 4.2 seconds. Maybe he was a little tired, but even that time is run by only the most nimble wide receivers and cornerbacks.

Imagine a 6-1, 245-pound defensive end such as Moch running it. Unthinkable."

link



wtf. lol Dude is a beast. He is nearly at 3 f**king seconds!

and as a DE too this is amazing what round is he projected to go?

CBS has him 44th overall as a OLB, 2-3 round. I guess he started as a safety in college.
Pure pass rushing OLB in the first. Haven't seen that since Peterson