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Tommy Streeter WR in the second.

This guy was never good. Not sure what you guys saw in him

Nothing more than another James Hardy
[ Edited by YungAce on Aug 27, 2013 at 12:31 AM ]
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
kind of, but ....




Yeah, I was clearly wrong about that one, I figured he was raw but had a ton of upside that would eventually come to the surface...............OOOOPSEY.

No sweat, we can't always be right...

Now, if only we can get Baalke to say "OOOOPSEY" about the AJJ pick

Trent Baalke was never wrong, Baldwin was part of his master plan.....



Originally posted by Imfasterthanur:
Trent Baalke was never wrong, Baldwin was part of his master plan.....




He knew Alex needed help to get 8 wins, so he sent over a stud WR. It's brilliant! We get Baldwin, who Baalke likes just as much and Baalke helps the Chiefs give him a 2nd rounder. Trent is a genius.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
kind of, but ....




Yeah, I was clearly wrong about that one, I figured he was raw but had a ton of upside that would eventually come to the surface...............OOOOPSEY.

no sweat, so far so seem to have been right about Patton
Originally posted by JamesGatz83:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by JamesGatz83:
Jacory Harris in 2010: 14 TDs and 15 INTs
Stephen Morris in 2010: 7 TDs and 9 INTs

Leonard Hankerson in 2010: 72 catches for 1156 yards and 13 TDs

Jacory Harris in 2011: 20 TDs and 9 INTs

Tommy Streeter in 2011: 46 catches for 811 yards and 8 TDs

So, despite the improved QB play, Tommy Streeter still didn't produce at anywhere near the level Leonard Hankerson did in 2010.

The Skins took Hankerson at #79 overall in the 2011 Draft.

Streeter-Bigger physically, faster and higher overall ceiling than Hankerson means he will get drafted earlier, quite a bit earlier if he tears it up at the combine. The raw potential alone is mind-boggling.

Since you love 40 times so much...

Leonard Hankerson's combine 40 time: 4.43
Streeter's combine 40 time: 4.40

So any straight-line speed difference is negligible.

Seems you've redirected the "Mind-Boggling Potential and Hyperbole Bandwagon" in Stephen Hill's direction anyway, though.

I win this round.

Seems like you nailed it on Quinton Patton, though.
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
We get a decent FA vet or even sign our boys back? ...and I will be confident in our staff to quickly get the most out of Tommy Streeter. Late 2nd round pick is a risk, but his potential is worth it.

... and if not Streeter in the late 2nd, then Stephen Hill, Reuben Randle, or Juron Criner will work as well.

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Originally posted by strickac:
Originally posted by Imfasterthanur:
Trent Baalke was never wrong, Baldwin was part of his master plan.....




He knew Alex needed help to get 8 wins, so he sent over a stud WR. It's brilliant! We get Baldwin, who Baalke likes just as much and Baalke helps the Chiefs give him a 2nd rounder. Trent is a genius.



On a real note, I hope for both AJJ/Baldwin to do a lot better on their new teams....
Originally posted by JamesGatz83:
I win this round.

Seems like you nailed it on Quinton Patton, though.






Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:

Well, we all choke at some point. I was 100% convinced that Tank Carradine's NFL future was strictly as an edge rusher. I'm hoping I choked on that call--and I probably did if Harbaalke thinks otherwise.
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