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PICK #2 (40): Guess The Player And Position To Be Addressed Next

PICK #2 (40): Guess The Player And Position To Be Addressed Next

Tank Carradine or Damontre Moore at 34, Honey Badger at 61!!!!!!!!
Would love jess Williams, but think it will be ERTZ !!!!!!!!!

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Kelce >>>>>>>>>>Ertz
John Jenkins

John Jenkins





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John Jenkins
Originally posted by theninermaniac:
John Jenkins

John Jenkins





Or



John Jenkins
http://www.ninersnation.com/2013/4/19/4243344/john-jenkins-interview-49ers-nfl-draft-2013

Had two visits with 49ers if you count the senior bowl. met Tomsula.
Still not over losing both Hopkins and Patterson....

But despite the big drop from them to the next group, I still think taking the best WR left is our best option. There's still a lot of value there, and it's our greatest need (really).

Question is, who is the top guy left?

I'm thinking Keenan Allen, but I'm sure some people like Hunter, Woods or even Terence Williams more.

If we go WR, who do you want?
[ Edited by TheFunkyChicken on Apr 25, 2013 at 10:43 PM ]
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I think it will be Carradine, Hunter or Williams. Cannot imagine it would be Hunt. My preference would be Carradine or trade down.
I believe they'll end up taking Honey Badger with pick 34
Originally posted by TheFunkyChicken:
Still not over losing both Hopkins and Patterson....

But despite the big drop from them to the next group, I still think taking the best WR left is our best option. There's still a lot of value there, and it's our greatest need (really).

Question is, who is the top guy left?

I'm thinking Keenan Allen, but I'm sure some people like Hunter, Woods or even Terence Williams more.

If we go WR, who do you want?

Not going WR. Lol, never understood why people thought we would. Its not currently a huge need. I look for a guy like Mellette in later rounds.
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Will predict DARIUS SLAY
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Originally posted by TheFunkyChicken:
Still not over losing both Hopkins and Patterson....

But despite the big drop from them to the next group, I still think taking the best WR left is our best option. There's still a lot of value there, and it's our greatest need (really).

Question is, who is the top guy left?

I'm thinking Keenan Allen, but I'm sure some people like Hunter, Woods or even Terence Williams more.

If we go WR, who do you want?

Not going WR. Lol, never understood why people thought we would. Its not currently a huge need. I look for a guy like Mellette in later rounds.

Maybe because having a weak ass WR group cost us back to back superbowls....

But sure, THIS TIME getting an aging vet and drafting some late round guy will totally change everything. All the other years we did exactly the same thing were just anomalies.

It's totally possible that they don't go WR with that pick. But that doesn't mean it's not our greatest need. It's been our greatest need for years, and they haven't seriously addressed it in any off season. And we've been paying the price every year, when we play our most important games with guys like Joe Hastings getting snaps at WR.

Please, tell me another position where we've moved undrafted rookies from the practice squad into the active roster AND game plain during the playoffs two years in a row. Seriously. Tell me what other position has proven to be that needy.
Originally posted by TheFunkyChicken:
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Originally posted by TheFunkyChicken:
Still not over losing both Hopkins and Patterson....

But despite the big drop from them to the next group, I still think taking the best WR left is our best option. There's still a lot of value there, and it's our greatest need (really).

Question is, who is the top guy left?

I'm thinking Keenan Allen, but I'm sure some people like Hunter, Woods or even Terence Williams more.

If we go WR, who do you want?

Not going WR. Lol, never understood why people thought we would. Its not currently a huge need. I look for a guy like Mellette in later rounds.

Maybe because having a weak ass WR group cost us back to back superbowls....

But sure, THIS TIME getting an aging vet and drafting some late round guy will totally change everything. All the other years we did exactly the same thing were just anomalies.

It's totally possible that they don't go WR with that pick. But that doesn't mean it's not our greatest need. It's been our greatest need for years, and they haven't seriously addressed it in any off season. And we've been paying the price every year, when we play our most important games with guys like Joe Hastings getting snaps at WR.

Please, tell me another position where we've moved undrafted rookies from the practice squad into the active roster AND game plain during the playoffs two years in a row. Seriously. Tell me what other position has proven to be that needy.

Crabtree and Boldin is a solid combo man, Boldin isaint ashed up like Moss. Jenkins is still a Question, but once Manningham comes back healthy, and haveing a healthy Williams, we have a pretty solid WR group. Best it has been in a decade. Where would a second round WR fit in? Hes not gonna play over crabtree or boldin, thats for sure. The value simply isaint there for this season. Thats why a later round WR with less investment makes sense. Next year is the year to target WR early, when we have holes to fill, and when we know what we have with guys like Jenkins..
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Not going WR. Lol, never understood why people thought we would. Its not currently a huge need. I look for a guy like Mellette in later rounds.

To me there are some really good values at WR in this draft in the 2nd (even 3rd round) but yeah it would be a luxury as we could go into the season with the 6 guys we have (including Lockette) and be fine. Compared to what we ended with in 2011 we are ten fold better at the spot. I agree though any WR we take will probably be 4 or 5 at best. I definitely get people being gun shy though about the last two years and it being our downfall. Could have had two championships if we had this group in 2011 and 2012. If we are as thin as the last two years at the end of the season with Crabtree, Boldin, Manningham, Williams, Jenkins and Lockette/Moore we might be cursed. Boldin over Moss instantly makes me feel a lot better. I think most are arguing go with a mid to late rounder to compete with Lockette/Moore and to not go with a 2nd rounder, he will be buried this year anyways.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Apr 26, 2013 at 12:38 AM ]
Originally posted by TheFunkyChicken:
Still not over losing both Hopkins and Patterson....

But despite the big drop from them to the next group, I still think taking the best WR left is our best option. There's still a lot of value there, and it's our greatest need (really).

Question is, who is the top guy left?

I'm thinking Keenan Allen, but I'm sure some people like Hunter, Woods or even Terence Williams more.

If we go WR, who do you want?


That depends at what round. If you are talking about 34th, then is Justin Hunter without a doubt. Later rounds, I quite like Marquess Wilson, Marcus Davis (if you want a brute) or if you want a dark horse deep threat in the 7th may be Tyrone Goard who we have already worked out.
I had Jessie Williams in my mock, so Jessie Williams.