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4 Round Mock 2.0

HC- Mike Mularkey
OC- Gary Kubiak
DC- Retain Manusky

We move to a hybrid of a WCO. With Kubiaks offensive scheme from Houston, which was more of a spread, we combine that with the WCO of ATL. On defense, we move to the 4-3.
Free Agency- Sign FS Quintin Mikell, Sign WR Mike Sims Walker,
Resign Lawson, Resign Spikes, Resign Baas, Restructure Clements and move him to S, Resign Westbrook
Let Alex Smith hit free agency, and sign troy Smith as backup

Draft-
1st- Ryan Mallett: Well, some might not like this pick, but I feel that Mallett has the potential to be a great QB in this league. Huge arm, accuracy, and a great drive. People say he has character issues and compare his to Philip Rivers. IMO, any QB with a character like Rivers is a WINNER. Mallett brings that fire, leadership and moxy that people love. Still, he has some flaws to his game such as occasional accuracy problems and footwork, but I think that Mularkey and Kubiak can fix that.
2nd- Rashad Carmichael We couldn't upgrade CB in the first because QB was a much bigger need for the long term. Carmichael is a good talent and could compete for the job across from Spencer.
3rd-Jeremy Beal- He would fit nicely in our 4-3 defense. He might not need to start right away because in the 4-3, J.Smith would start and RayMac could possibly start at the other end, but depth never hurts and Beal is a big time pass rusher.
4th- Stanley Havili- The days of Moron Norris are over. More and more teams across the league are now using hybrid FBs who can catch, run and block. Just look at the Reece guy with the Raiders. Havili could be a secret weapon on offense and will contribute on STs right away too.

Depth Chart: QB- Mallet/Smith/Davis
RB-Gore/Dixon/Westbrook, more of a RB by committee than bell cow
TE- VD/Walker/Byham
WR-Crabtree/Sims-Walker/Morgan/Williams/Ginn
FB-Havili
OL- Staley-Iupati-Hietmann-Baas-Davis

DE-J.Smith/Brooks
DT-RJF
DT-Soap
DE-RayMac/Beal
OLB-Lawson
MLB-Willis
OLB-Spikes
CB-Spencer/Carmichael/Brown/Adams
FS-Clements or Mikell/Smith
SS-Mays/Clements
switch beal and carmichael, i dont see beal falling to the 3rd, too much talent.
I agree with AB if you switch the 2nd and 3rd round picks.

Also love the coach picks. Would be thrilled to have Kubiak and Mularckey.

Can't really argue with those picks would love to get havili. I really think the 9ers need a hybrid fullback. They have been creating mismatches everywhere in the league
I noticed you don't have us winning the Super Bowl.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
switch beal and carmichael, i dont see beal falling to the 3rd, too much talent.

Thanks for the insight. What do you think of the mock overall? I didn't wanna take a WR, and IMO Sims Walker is legit.
I like what you did, especially Kubiak as the OC (proven) and keeping Manusky as DC (continuity)... I dont know much about Mularky though?

I am starting to like the move to a 4-3 base defense more and more. We can throw in the 3-4 and not miss a beat too.

I like the draft. QB and CB are top needs IMO, its going to be interesting to see who falls to us on draft day.

I love the FB pick as a priority as well... we need to retain Rathman too
Originally posted by niner4life21:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
switch beal and carmichael, i dont see beal falling to the 3rd, too much talent.

Thanks for the insight. What do you think of the mock overall? I didn't wanna take a WR, and IMO Sims Walker is legit.

I dont mind it, not the biggest Mallet fan, but i would be ok with it.
Originally posted by irishluder:
I like what you did, especially Kubiak as the OC (proven) and keeping Manusky as DC (continuity)... I dont know much about Mularky though?

I am starting to like the move to a 4-3 base defense more and more. We can throw in the 3-4 and not miss a beat too.

I like the draft. QB and CB are top needs IMO, its going to be interesting to see who falls to us on draft day.

I love the FB pick as a priority as well... we need to retain Rathman too

get Manusky the hell out of here....same D the last 4 years....and every year we ask the same questions....why dont we get a pass rusher? Why dont we get some help in the secondary?
Originally posted by ninerlifer:
Originally posted by irishluder:
I like what you did, especially Kubiak as the OC (proven) and keeping Manusky as DC (continuity)... I dont know much about Mularky though?

I am starting to like the move to a 4-3 base defense more and more. We can throw in the 3-4 and not miss a beat too.

I like the draft. QB and CB are top needs IMO, its going to be interesting to see who falls to us on draft day.

I love the FB pick as a priority as well... we need to retain Rathman too

get Manusky the hell out of here....same D the last 4 years....and every year we ask the same questions....why dont we get a pass rusher? Why dont we get some help in the secondary?

Well, I don't think the DC has the final say in who he wants to get on the team, thats the HC's decision.

I find myself pissed off with our defensive scheme more often than not ( rushing only 3 D-Lineman too often, having our CBs play 10 yards off the line). However, I honestly think that much of that is due to Nolanterry's conservative approach to both offense AND defense. With a different HC , i think Manusky will let it loose. Plus, I'm hoping we can play the 4-3 next year, so pass rush will be better right away.
Originally posted by niner4life21:
HC- Mike Mularkey
OC- Gary Kubiak
DC- Retain Manusky

We move to a hybrid of a WCO. With Kubiaks offensive scheme from Houston, which was more of a spread, we combine that with the WCO of ATL. On defense, we move to the 4-3.
Free Agency- Sign FS Quintin Mikell, Sign WR Mike Sims Walker,
Resign Lawson, Resign Spikes, Resign Baas, Restructure Clements and move him to S, Resign Westbrook
Let Alex Smith hit free agency, and sign troy Smith as backup

Draft-
1st- Ryan Mallett: Well, some might not like this pick, but I feel that Mallett has the potential to be a great QB in this league. Huge arm, accuracy, and a great drive. People say he has character issues and compare his to Philip Rivers. IMO, any QB with a character like Rivers is a WINNER. Mallett brings that fire, leadership and moxy that people love. Still, he has some flaws to his game such as occasional accuracy problems and footwork, but I think that Mularkey and Kubiak can fix that.
2nd- Rashad Carmichael We couldn't upgrade CB in the first because QB was a much bigger need for the long term. Carmichael is a good talent and could compete for the job across from Spencer.
3rd-Jeremy Beal- He would fit nicely in our 4-3 defense. He might not need to start right away because in the 4-3, J.Smith would start and RayMac could possibly start at the other end, but depth never hurts and Beal is a big time pass rusher.
4th- Stanley Havili- The days of Moron Norris are over. More and more teams across the league are now using hybrid FBs who can catch, run and block. Just look at the Reece guy with the Raiders. Havili could be a secret weapon on offense and will contribute on STs right away too.

Depth Chart: QB- Mallet/Smith/Davis
RB-Gore/Dixon/Westbrook, more of a RB by committee than bell cow
TE- VD/Walker/Byham
WR-Crabtree/Sims-Walker/Morgan/Williams/Ginn
FB-Havili
OL- Staley-Iupati-Hietmann-Baas-Davis

DE-J.Smith/Brooks
DT-RJF
DT-Soap
DE-RayMac/Beal
OLB-Lawson
MLB-Willis
OLB-Spikes
CB-Spencer/Carmichael/Brown/Adams
FS-Clements or Mikell/Smith
SS-Mays/Clements
No way in hell we should keep Manusky and his soft ass defense. Bring in a real DC, one that isn't afraid to bring some pressure. Also I agree, we need to move back to the 4-3. I can't believe how our coaches can't see that our offense is built for a spread offense and that our defense is built for a 4-3.
Originally posted by niner4life21:
HC- Mike Mularkey
OC- Gary Kubiak
DC- Retain Manusky

We move to a hybrid of a WCO. With Kubiaks offensive scheme from Houston, which was more of a spread, we combine that with the WCO of ATL. On defense, we move to the 4-3.
Free Agency- Sign FS Quintin Mikell, Sign WR Mike Sims Walker,
Resign Lawson, Resign Spikes, Resign Baas, Restructure Clements and move him to S, Resign Westbrook
Let Alex Smith hit free agency, and sign troy Smith as backup

I'd keep Franklin, and add RJF with him. I'd also still draft a 1-gap DT if were going 4-3. FA is also an option. Wouldnt get MikellIf we run a 4-3, our upgrade in secondary should e at CB via draft and a good 3rd. CB.
Draft-
1st- Ryan Mallett: Well, some might not like this pick, but I feel that Mallett has the potential to be a great QB in this league. Huge arm, accuracy, and a great drive. People say he has character issues and compare his to Philip Rivers. IMO, any QB with a character like Rivers is a WINNER. Mallett brings that fire, leadership and moxy that people love. Still, he has some flaws to his game such as occasional accuracy problems and footwork, but I think that Mularkey and Kubiak can fix that.
2nd- Rashad Carmichael We couldn't upgrade CB in the first because QB was a much bigger need for the long term. Carmichael is a good talent and could compete for the job across from Spencer.
3rd-Jeremy Beal- He would fit nicely in our 4-3 defense. He might not need to start right away because in the 4-3, J.Smith would start and RayMac could possibly start at the other end, but depth never hurts and Beal is a big time pass rusher.
4th- Stanley Havili- The days of Moron Norris are over. More and more teams across the league are now using hybrid FBs who can catch, run and block. Just look at the Reece guy with the Raiders. Havili could be a secret weapon on offense and will contribute on STs right away too.

Depth Chart: QB- Mallet/Smith/Davis
RB-Gore/Dixon/Westbrook, more of a RB by committee than bell cow
TE- VD/Walker/Byham
WR-Crabtree/Sims-Walker/Morgan/Williams/Ginn
FB-Havili
OL- Staley-Iupati-Hietmann-Baas-Davis

DE-J.Smith/Brooks
DT-RJF
DT-Soap
DE-RayMac/Beal
OLB-Lawson
MLB-Willis
OLB-Spikes
CB-Spencer/Carmichael/Brown/Adams
FS-Clements or Mikell/Smith
SS-Mays/Clements
pro football weekly's nolan narwocki says mallett has a ryan leaf type personality
I'd rather get Pat Devlin later in draft.. Get Prince Akamura, or best CB available in 1st. rd.
Originally posted by toppdogg32:
I'd rather get Pat Devlin later in draft.. Get Prince Akamura, or best CB available in 1st. rd.

Devlin is nowhere near ready to start in the NFL. Who would you rather have start while he would sit and learn? IMO, Mallett would be able to take the job from Day 1.