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*Projected* Niners Depth Chart (Updated 9/5/09)

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Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

Why do we need Roman as a back up?? I think we have two capable Safeties in Curtis Taylor and Reggie Smith that can get the job done if Goldson goes down. Sure hes decent back up, but his play has been average, time to give our draft picks a shot.

If you are right, I'm all for it. It just seems like the Reggie Smith movement kind of slowed a bit. I haven't heard the praises out of OTA's about Smith that I expected to at this point. This guy was supposed to be a "draft steal," right?

And Taylor probably needs some more experience before we throw him in there, no?

I wish I could tell you a reason for Reggie Smith's development, but to tell you the truth, I'm nowhere near watching them practice so I can't. But what I can tell you is that Reggie Smith plays faster than what his 40 says, looks like a very physical DB who looks much better in zone than what Roman has shown (hey that rhymes), from what hes shown in college. Sooner or later we gotta find out what Smith and Taylor can do in real game situations. I'm tired of a FS playing too far back because hes afraid to get burned. I'm tired of a FS who won't take a chance and gamble on a pass. Roman is the perfect example of a Nolan player, a bend but don't break player, not a hard nose Singletary meat and potatoes kind of guy.

Watch at the 1:00 mark of this video and this is what a safety SHOULD be doing.

Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

Why do we need Roman as a back up?? I think we have two capable Safeties in Curtis Taylor and Reggie Smith that can get the job done if Goldson goes down. Sure hes decent back up, but his play has been average, time to give our draft picks a shot.

average means he's better than half the safeties in the nfl...theres no way theres a single safety out there who i'd rather have less than roman let alone half in the nfl
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Originally posted by dgoldson38:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

Why do we need Roman as a back up?? I think we have two capable Safeties in Curtis Taylor and Reggie Smith that can get the job done if Goldson goes down. Sure hes decent back up, but his play has been average, time to give our draft picks a shot.

average means he's better than half the safeties in the nfl...theres no way theres a single safety out there who i'd rather have less than roman let alone half in the nfl

Average means, we could let a young player come in with little drop off in play.
Originally posted by WillisWillKilYou:
I don't think Clayton will make it..and i doubt we keep 4 TEs

just consider jennings a long snapper then...the point is he'll be on the roster...i dont think many people think one of those 4 wont make the team
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

Why do we need Roman as a back up?? I think we have two capable Safeties in Curtis Taylor and Reggie Smith that can get the job done if Goldson goes down. Sure hes decent back up, but his play has been average, time to give our draft picks a shot.

average means he's better than half the safeties in the nfl...theres no way theres a single safety out there who i'd rather have less than roman let alone half in the nfl

Average means, we could let a young player come in with little drop off in play.

theres no such thing as a drop off in play from roman...have u watched the last couple years?
Originally posted by kronik:
7 LB's for a team running a 3-4 ? I think there should be at least 8 LB's. I think Marquis Harris makes the team.

i mean we have to just accept OLB as a position without much depth...if, say, lawson and brooks both get hurt, i'd rather play Haralson as the only true OLB (with potentially m. lewis as a situational hybrid backer) until we can bring one up from the PS or sign one during the next week then cut a more talented player at a different position to have a scrub be a 4th OLB...besides, he probably wouldnt even be active so if lawson and brooks both got hurt in the same game, it wouldnt even help us for that game and we could bring harris or whatever up that monday

[ Edited by dgoldson38 on Jun 18, 2009 at 00:04:50 ]
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

Why do we need Roman as a back up?? I think we have two capable Safeties in Curtis Taylor and Reggie Smith that can get the job done if Goldson goes down. Sure hes decent back up, but his play has been average, time to give our draft picks a shot.

Taylor is a capable player? Where did that info come from? Since when does being a 6th round ( or was it 7th?) make you a capable player before TC even kicks off? If anything, he's. Long shot to make the team. I think the only way he makes the team is if the coaches feel the secondary is that thin. In that case Roman will definately be around
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

Why do we need Roman as a back up?? I think we have two capable Safeties in Curtis Taylor and Reggie Smith that can get the job done if Goldson goes down. Sure hes decent back up, but his play has been average, time to give our draft picks a shot.

Taylor is a capable player? Where did that info come from? Since when does being a 6th round ( or was it 7th?) make you a capable player before TC even kicks off? If anything, he's. Long shot to make the team. I think the only way he makes the team is if the coaches feel the secondary is that thin. In that case Roman will definately be around

still would way rather have taylor than roman
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

You are correct, sir...
Originally posted by nw9erfan:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

You are correct, sir...

i can see where you're coming from with ziegler over battle except keep in mind 2 things: zeigler has PS eligibility and battle doesnt...and battle is a way better special teamer and returner if need be, esp. cuz he'd be able to focus way more on that being way lower on the wr depth chart
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Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by dgoldson38:
qb (4)- shaun hill, alex smith, damon huard, nate davis
hb (4)- frank gore, glen coffee, michael robinson, thomas clayton
fb (1)- norris
wr (6)- captain morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, battle
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
te (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on IR...if not then RJF to the p-squad)
LB (7)- fittytwo, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop
cb (5)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, smith, taylor
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee
RS (1)- rossum

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, baker, price/spurlock, jay moore

but unfortunately mark roman is gonna get a roster spot which is gonna take the place of a talented player i.e. putting nate davis on the practice squad and risking losing him..

Why are people so upset that Mark Roman is going to be a back-up? We NEED him as a back-up.

Add Roman, drop Thomas Clayton.

Add Ziegler, drop Battle.

Why do we need Roman as a back up?? I think we have two capable Safeties in Curtis Taylor and Reggie Smith that can get the job done if Goldson goes down. Sure hes decent back up, but his play has been average, time to give our draft picks a shot.

Taylor is a capable player? Where did that info come from? Since when does being a 6th round ( or was it 7th?) make you a capable player before TC even kicks off? If anything, he's. Long shot to make the team. I think the only way he makes the team is if the coaches feel the secondary is that thin. In that case Roman will definately be around

Well tell me how are they not capable then?? Draft position means squat once they get on the field. You think they just started playing football now, or that just because they're rookies they aren't capable?? So just because a player is drafted in the 6th or 7th round they shouldn't contribute or aren't capable of doing so?? You ever heard of Zack Bronson or Ronnie Heard?? Both who gambled and made much more plays than what Roman has....ask me if they were drafted??
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QB (3)- shaun hill, alex smith, nate davis
HB (3)- frank gore, glen coffee, thomas clayton
FB/HB (1)- michael robinson
FB (1)- norris
WR (6)- morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, Zeigler
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
TE (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on 6 week IR thing then see how he is doing then)
LB (8)- Willis, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop, Harris
CB (6)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, Rossum, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, Roman, smith
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, Taylor, price/spurlock, jay moore

I think that's 53...
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gotta go with kory sheets over thomas clayton........
ziegler over battle....
nate davis over huard......
add another linebacker....(harris)
Originally posted by 23zack80:
QB (3)- shaun hill, alex smith, nate davis
HB (3)- frank gore, glen coffee, thomas clayton
FB/HB (1)- michael robinson
FB (1)- norris
WR (6)- morgan, crabtree, bruce, jones, hill, Zeigler
OL (9)- staley, baas, heitmann, rachal, smith, snyder, wragge, wallace, boone
TE (4)- davis, walker, pascoe, jennings
DL (6)- evans, balmer, franklin, sopoaga, smith, RJF (with mcdonald on 6 week IR thing then see how he is doing then)
LB (8)- Willis, spikes, haralson, lawson, brooks, ulbrich, mckillop, Harris
CB (6)- clements, bly, brown, spencer, Rossum, hudson
S (4)- goldson, lewis, Roman, smith
K (1)- nedney
P (1)- lee

PS (8)- zeigler, sheets, toledo, washington, bender, Taylor, price/spurlock, jay moore

I think that's 53...

so basically roman and harris for taylor and huard?
-QB...looks like we may need to keep 4...I've heard both Matts say if Davis goes to PS, the risk of losing him would be fairly high. Coach told Huard he'll be the #3.

- RB...I'd substitute Sheets for Clayton. Kory offers running, receiving, and kick return skills, not to mention needed speed.

- WR...think we keep five...Battle's odd-man out.

- TE...technically, we keep four, Jennings being our LS.

- OL...only guy I'm not sure about is Wallace...but, he does play both C and OG, so I'll give him the nod.

- DL...agree.

- LB...I'll add Harris. Manusky coached him in San Diego...and OLB depth will be important to keep the pressure up. We need 8 LB's.

- S. I'll substitute Roman for Taylor. I know, I know...I hear the grumbling. However, with Goldson being a first-time starter and with his injury history, Singletary won't gamble with the FS position. Besides, Taylor's still pretty raw...seems to have the playmaking skills, but should Goldson go down, do you really want to put a rookie back there. Coach won't.

- CB. No arguments there.

- ST's. All three guys are rock-solid.

- PS. I like the choices...only question I have is Washington...is he still eligible?