Originally posted by dj43:
I'm a bit conflicted. The Detroit game showed how thin the WR corp is without Morgan and Edwards. Even with Edwards back and healthy, we are one injury away from becoming one-dimensional.
OTOH, Owens has been a cancer everywhere he goes. Still, there comes a time when a person matures and mellows. Harbaugh would not allow Owens to become a problem, IMO.
So the most important question is; does he still have something in the tank? I don't know. He was a good blocker which is critical for this offense. He also drops a lot of balls. Edwards has that rep as well. Can we afford two of those in the lineup?
Those are some of the reasons I'm conflicted. I'll leave it up to JH and Baalke.
I can see your point in most of what you are wrote, like does he have anything left in the tank? idk but he had a solid year with the Bengles. But the problem im having is the cancer issue I know hes been problematic in a lot of his career but I feel he has changed some after being let go by the Cowpies, plus on a added note we could always cut him if he becomes a prob
[ Edited by Natewillis2252 on Oct 20, 2011 at 11:29 AM ]
Assuming Braylon comes back next week and considering how much we run the ball, there simply won't be enough balls to go around between Crabtree, Braylon, Vernon and Walker. I don't think we need him and his personality can only hurt the team.
[ Edited by SonocoNinerFan on Oct 21, 2011 at 2:42 PM ]
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