I got this off of the Bleacher Report. I actually like the scenario a lot, because it addresses all of our needs in and out of the draft. Of course this all contingent upon there being a new CBA so we can get a veteran QB before the draft.
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1. Robert Quinn - Can help with our terrible pass rush that we have had for some many years. Him on one side and Justin Smith on the other sounds like a great idea.
2. Ras-I Dowling - We all know we need corner help. This is a great value pick in the second round. Just because he doesn't have elite speed does not mean he can't be a substantial upgrade over what we currently have.
2. Pat Devlin - Trade our 3rd & 4th round picks to move back into the second. If we get a veteran QB who can hold onto the reigns while he gets groomed I think this be a phenomenal move. He fits the WCO so well. Accuracy is key in the WCO and he does exactly that.
Whatever veteran QB we get needs to be able to fit into the WCO. Whether it is McNabb or Kolb or Johnson it doesn't matter to me. Just as long as they can fill in and get the job done. I just don't want to draft a QB in the first round because due to our position in the draft I do not think anyone out there right now is of the caliber to be selected in the top ten. I don't see any sure things that warrant a first round selection. Hopefully something like this will be remedied, because the 49ers have too much talent to waste being 6-10 or 7-9. Not to mention we are in a terrible division that we should have easily won.