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Kendall Wright bandwagon

Originally posted by valrod33:
We already have a bunch of tiny WRs give me a big body WR

kyle williams is the only decent one but we haven't seen enough of him. we lack a speedy WR with big play potential. ted ginn is not a receiver, he's a track star
Originally posted by YungAce:
Originally posted by valrod33:
We already have a bunch of tiny WRs give me a big body WR

kyle williams is the only decent one but we haven't seen enough of him. we lack a speedy WR with big play potential. ted ginn is not a receiver, he's a track star

Our problem in the passing game is the redzone, we need playmakers there
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by YungAce:
Originally posted by valrod33:
We already have a bunch of tiny WRs give me a big body WR

kyle williams is the only decent one but we haven't seen enough of him. we lack a speedy WR with big play potential. ted ginn is not a receiver, he's a track star

Our problem in the passing game is the redzone, we need playmakers there

Yeah, you're right that's true too. I think throwing to Crabtree can solve that problem or drafting a big WR in the later rounds.
never seen both play but i'll be satisfied with either jones from unc or wright, i just want some damn playmakers on offense
  • JD81
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Want. Nao.

WRIGHT NAO!
[ Edited by JD81 on Dec 17, 2011 at 12:44 AM ]
Guy can fly and catches the deep ball very well.
brett swain was actually playing tonight. give me any WR early in the draft please lmao
  • sfout
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Todd McShay has us taking Wright in his first draft at #30 overall

http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft2012/story/_/page/McShayMock1.0/2012-nfl-mock-draft-quarterbacks-rule-todd-mcshay-initial-first-round-projection -- need insider but it's got some interesting picks.

San Francisco 49ersRecord: 11-3



Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor

The 49ers need to continue adding weapons on offense, and Wright is an explosive athlete who can stretch the field vertically, create after the catch and contribute in the return game.
I'd like us to draft 2 WRs. IMO, we need to take the best available WR in the first round, whether that's a speedy playmaker or big red-zone threat. We have no elite receivers, so take the best available and use another pick to grab a different kind of receiver than the one in the 1st round.
  • mayo49
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I originally didn't want Wright, but he's really starting to grow on me. He has great hands and good speed. He can be our Steve Smith or Santonio Holmes.
After another piss poor performance by Braylon Edwards, bring him on at the end of the first round.
Originally posted by valrod33:
We already have a bunch of tiny WRs give me a big body WR

This...I want Michael Floyd
Originally posted by mkary12:
I'd like us to draft 2 WRs. IMO, we need to take the best available WR in the first round, whether that's a speedy playmaker or big red-zone threat. We have no elite receivers, so take the best available and use another pick to grab a different kind of receiver than the one in the 1st round.

This.
beggars cant be choosers we are huge beggars this offseason


just give me any WR that can catch the ball at this point


but i think we need 2 WR

crabs morgan williams oare our core guys
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by YungAce:
Originally posted by valrod33:
We already have a bunch of tiny WRs give me a big body WR

kyle williams is the only decent one but we haven't seen enough of him. we lack a speedy WR with big play potential. ted ginn is not a receiver, he's a track star

Our problem in the passing game is the redzone, we need playmakers there
I agree with both posters. A redzone target as well as a target everywhere else are necessary. Perhaps we'll need two, Wright and a second tall receiver. With no Calvin Johnson type available to them, Gore not getting any younger and the WRs' injuries this year, the Niners may need to invest in more than one WR. Crabtree, Wright, 6'5 rookie, Morgan and Williams (with Ginn on returns) may be the way to go.