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What do the 9ers need to give up to draft Fleener?

Originally posted by English:
All right calm down. Any more comments like "get a life" get a warning.

Clear?

How about accusing me of stealing quotes? Going to say anything about that?
And back to the subject, two firsts and a third for a tight end?

We already have Davies. Another would be nice. But this is just way too much.
Originally posted by English:
And back to the subject, two firsts and a third for a tight end?

We already have Davies. Another would be nice. But this is just way too much.

way to objectively moderate
Originally posted by DirtyP:
Originally posted by English:
All right calm down. Any more comments like "get a life" get a warning.

Clear?

How about accusing me of stealing quotes? Going to say anything about that?

The comment about calm down was aimed at you both. And I strongly recommend you do so right now.
Originally posted by DirtyP:
Originally posted by English:
And back to the subject, two firsts and a third for a tight end?

We already have Davies. Another would be nice. But this is just way too much.

way to objectively moderate

Obviously you have no idea what a moderator does.
Originally posted by English:
Obviously you have no idea what a moderator does.

I guess not
I don't mind drafting Fleener at 30. But the Bay Area hype for Bay Area guys is out of control.

Giving up extra picks for Fleener?! C'mon man.
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[ Edited by DirtyP on Apr 23, 2012 at 10:42 AM ]
Originally posted by btthepunk:
If we trade up it better be for Michael Floyd.

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Originally posted by hofer36:
gots to get me some fleener weiner

Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by btthepunk:
If we trade up it better be for Michael Floyd.

this

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Originally posted by ForeverYoung8:
Originally posted by hofer36:
gots to get me some fleener weiner

Fleener Frenzy, Fleener Frenzy
Originally posted by English:
We already have Davies. Another would be nice. But this is just way too much.

I agree it's way too much to give up for a TE. Now if he's still there at 30... I'd love to see him ligned up with VD and D-Love in a 3 TE set.
Nothing... they either get him at 30 or they don't.
Originally posted by dj43:
I have written in other threads that Fleener would be a game-changer in the 49er offense. I won't repeat my argument here, only to say that rule changes to protect defenseless receivers make a tall receiver like Fleener an essential part of any truly good receiving corp.

That having been said, I do not believe he is worth spending more than a 3rd to move up to get him. The need for a RG/Center is just as great as a tall receiver, hence, BPA is the best route to travel.

However, in a draft that has a lot of talent on the top end, I would not be surprised if Baalke gives up some mid-round choices to move up for a player they feel will be an impact guy. This team does not have a glaring needs hence an impact guy would be worth sacrificing some "depth" choices if it is the right guy. As much as I like Fleener, I am not certain he is worth giving up what the OP suggests.
I agree. Our first and third rounds. But this would be for anybody the front office believes in: e.g., Fleener, Hill, Randle, Glenn, Konz. With the team nearly set, the front office can afford to trade up quantity for quality.
[ Edited by Paul_Hofer on Apr 23, 2012 at 11:36 AM ]