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The reason wanting to draft a "Big Frame" WR is just overrated

Teams without them might say that...for me, I think adding an Amaro, Benjamin or other big receiver would be good for our passing attack. Can we win a SB without a "big"...probably. That said, the more varied weapons you have, I think you increase your chances for success on offense. Of course, that takes a dynamic QB to execute it the right way. We have that...Seattle has that.
Where's Harold Carmichael when you need him? Bigger is better!!!!!
Is Calvin "Megatron" Johnson better than any WR in the NFL?


Is Dorial Green - Beckham the best prospect at WR in college since Calvin Johnson?


I think your answers are there....
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Is Calvin "Megatron" Johnson better than any WR in the NFL?


Is Dorial Green - Beckham the best prospect at WR in college since Calvin Johnson?


I think your answers are there....


The goofiest thing I've seen you post yet.



You're talking about once in a generation type talents that you won't touch outside of the Top 3 picks, seriously, can you come up with anymore asinine BS?
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Feb 2, 2014 at 8:40 PM ]
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Is Calvin "Megatron" Johnson better than any WR in the NFL?


Is Dorial Green - Beckham the best prospect at WR in college since Calvin Johnson?


I think your answers are there....


The goofiest thing I've seen you post yet.



You're talking about once in a generation type talents that you won't touch outside of the Top 3 picks, seriously, can you come up with anymore asinine BS?

I would much rather have those guys. One on one side and one on the other. You can have all the 5'5" 145 lbs. WR's you want. We will see who's WR corps is better.....
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
I would much rather have those guys. One on one side and one on the other. You can have all the 5'5" 145 lbs. WR's you want. We will see who's WR corps is better.....

Once again, you're talking fantasyland. When Calvin Johnson is available for the 49ers to draft, then we can talk. You're also going back to guys who'd be outstanding receivers even if they were 5'10. Excellent route runners, tremendous hands, tremendous body control, their height is just a bonus. No receiver is good just because of their height alone.


In anycase, I'm done responding to your nonsense, its like going back and forth with a little kid.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Feb 2, 2014 at 9:04 PM ]
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
I do think we need to do better at QB also, we can't have a one-read guy who turns over the ball the way Kaepernick does, we need a guy like Manning who gets it done against Seattle every time...........

A QB like Wilson would be nice, doesnt throw the ball away, takes what the defense gives, spreads the ball around, uses his legs to set up downfield throws instead of tucking and running all the time.
Just imagine if we took Alshon Jeffery over AJ Jenkins
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Tell that Calvin Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald and Josh Gordon.

Tell that to Steve Smith, Victor Cruz and Reggie Wayne.

agreed, being 6'3+ and 225lb doesn't automatically make a player talented or dominant.
In tonight's game Wes Welker was open a ton. Peyton didn't look his way much which was a huge mistake. These Hawks cornerbacks may be big and decently fast but they're not that quick. Niners need to find a wideout who is quicker than fast, let that be big or small but most likely small.
Originally posted by MikeRumph:
In tonight's game Wes Welker was open a ton. Peyton didn't look his way much which was a huge mistake. These Hawks cornerbacks may be big and decently fast but they're not that quick. Niners need to find a wideout who is quicker than fast, let that be big or small but most likely small.

Thomas and Decker both 6'3 with Manning as their QB.... Any more observations why "bigger is better" everyone?
[ Edited by NC49erfan82 on Feb 3, 2014 at 5:54 PM ]