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Just met Pat McPherson on the plane

Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
How does that make a difference? And what possible reason do you have to think one way or the other?

Just for my personal identification. I'm actually part Jewish, always find it amusing that non-Jews are frequently more offended about stuff like that than any actual Jews that I do know.
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
You're basing your opinion of Lockett on an interview and the coaches intelligence based on a picture. He coached the guy! I think his opinion is valid. McPherson seemed bright. Very bright

Lockett played TE for the Seahawks? See that was the whole problem, they did't even know how to use him right.
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[ Edited by boast on May 24, 2013 at 11:54 AM ]
Originally posted by DRUSTOPO:





Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
In response to a blatantly racist post

Its not racist, its dark outside and there are no other lights. Jeez.....
Originally posted by DRUSTOPO:
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
TEs coach for the Seahawks was flying from Seattle to Denver. A few notes:

-Seattle wasn't going to draft Vance McDonald. Great run blocker. But hands aren't good enough
-Says Aldon's success is mostly due to Justin Smith
-Bowman> Willis at this point
-laughed at the thought of Lockett making the team. Says he's by far the dumbest person he's ever met. Just not smart enough for the game
-grew up a niner fan. Dad coached for SF from 70s through '98
-says Rams are getting GOOD. But was also surprised they didn't draft a RB

Don't see why you would lie about something so insignificant, so you get the benefit of the doubt.

Couple things though if we were to read between the lines.

1. You're a 9ers fan and he works for its biggest rival, if they wanted McDonald or not, he sure as s**t would not be telling some random fanboy on a plane.
2. Speaking of McDonald, he's a good blocker? AWESOME!!! That was an area most people were bashing him for since he was mainly a pass catcher in college! Great news!
3. Bowman > Willis, nothing Earth shattering there, I think you could easily argue that fact. I have both of their jersey's ( Im a Penn State fan and LOVED when we drafted Bowman ). Both are my favorite 9ers.
4. Aldon's success does have a LARGE part to do with Justin, so again, nothing Earth shattering. With more time/experience/strength, he will be able to stand on his own down the line. For now, why not continue to twist and stunt with the best 3-4 DE in the league???
5. Interesting on Lockette, maybe that's why Kaep is force feeding him info. Still, as long as he works hard, he can make is happen. Its football, not neurosurgery and he's a WR, not QB. Learn your routes, your reads...rinse and repeat. Frank Gore scored one of the lowest Wonderlic scores of all time, he sounds like a neanderthal when he talks too...but he's a hard worker who overcame dyslexia and has one of the highest football IQ's in the league. Time will tell if Ricardo's hard work will yield the same results.

Still though, interesting story for sure,...thanks buddy.

My thoughts exactly...and did Lockette have anyone to coach him up? Did Lockette room with their QB and train together to learn as much as possible. Bring it Lockette...you'll love giving it back to the team who let you go!
lockette f**ked his wife.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
lockette f**ked his wife.

Are you saying she was flipping through channels looking for the British Broadcasting Corporation?
Seattle coach...off to NFL Talk wit ya!
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by DRUSTOPO:
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
TEs coach for the Seahawks was flying from Seattle to Denver. A few notes:

-Seattle wasn't going to draft Vance McDonald. Great run blocker. But hands aren't good enough
-Says Aldon's success is mostly due to Justin Smith
-Bowman> Willis at this point
-laughed at the thought of Lockett making the team. Says he's by far the dumbest person he's ever met. Just not smart enough for the game
-grew up a niner fan. Dad coached for SF from 70s through '98
-says Rams are getting GOOD. But was also surprised they didn't draft a RB

Don't see why you would lie about something so insignificant, so you get the benefit of the doubt.

Couple things though if we were to read between the lines.

1. You're a 9ers fan and he works for its biggest rival, if they wanted McDonald or not, he sure as s**t would not be telling some random fanboy on a plane.
2. Speaking of McDonald, he's a good blocker? AWESOME!!! That was an area most people were bashing him for since he was mainly a pass catcher in college! Great news!
3. Bowman > Willis, nothing Earth shattering there, I think you could easily argue that fact. I have both of their jersey's ( Im a Penn State fan and LOVED when we drafted Bowman ). Both are my favorite 9ers.
4. Aldon's success does have a LARGE part to do with Justin, so again, nothing Earth shattering. With more time/experience/strength, he will be able to stand on his own down the line. For now, why not continue to twist and stunt with the best 3-4 DE in the league???
5. Interesting on Lockette, maybe that's why Kaep is force feeding him info. Still, as long as he works hard, he can make is happen. Its football, not neurosurgery and he's a WR, not QB. Learn your routes, your reads...rinse and repeat. Frank Gore scored one of the lowest Wonderlic scores of all time, he sounds like a neanderthal when he talks too...but he's a hard worker who overcame dyslexia and has one of the highest football IQ's in the league. Time will tell if Ricardo's hard work will yield the same results.

Still though, interesting story for sure,...thanks buddy.

My thoughts exactly...and did Lockette have anyone to coach him up? Did Lockette room with their QB and train together to learn as much as possible. Bring it Lockette...you'll love giving it back to the team who let you go!

We turn trash into gold. Case in point, Ahmad Brooks.
Interesting post, I think. Why would this person of over 2,500 posts here make this up? Also, what some people are not commenting on yet is this:

-grew up a niner fan. Dad coached for SF from 70s through '98

His dad is Bill McPherson...as a 49ers fan from the '70s, I definitely remember him. He spent some time as our D-Coordinator in the late '80s and was part of our Super Bowl championship teams.
Originally posted by LottDMontanaO:
Interesting post, I think. Why would this person of over 2,500 posts here make this up? Also, what some people are not commenting on yet is this:

-grew up a niner fan. Dad coached for SF from 70s through '98

His dad is Bill McPherson...as a 49ers fan from the '70s, I definitely remember him. He spent some time as our D-Coordinator in the late '80s and was part of our Super Bowl championship teams.

slow part of the offseason with a name that's just obscure enough to be questioned.
[ Edited by NinerFan408 on May 24, 2013 at 12:10 PM ]
Originally posted by LottDMontanaO:
Interesting post, I think. Why would this person of over 2,500 posts here make this up? Also, what some people are not commenting on yet is this:

-grew up a niner fan. Dad coached for SF from 70s through '98

His dad is Bill McPherson...as a 49ers fan from the '70s, I definitely remember him. He spent some time as our D-Coordinator in the late '80s and was part of our Super Bowl championship teams.

For attention.
McPherson is a Bellarmine Douche!