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Josh Morgan looks REALLY REALLY GOOD

Originally posted by CashusClay123:
I expect Josh Morgan to be our #1, while someone else, ( like Hill, or maybe Jones ) to start at #2. Then after a few games Crabtree will step into the #2 role.

Our WR core is set for YEARS! Crabtree, Morgan, Hill, Jones, Ziegler even.

Perhaps Bruce can contribute again? Anywho, Yeah if Morgan looks REALLY REALLY GOOD, I expect him to play REALLY REALLY GOOD!

Go niners
it's actually spelled Cassius Clay
Originally posted by billybonka:
Originally posted by CashusClay123:
I expect Josh Morgan to be our #1, while someone else, ( like Hill, or maybe Jones ) to start at #2. Then after a few games Crabtree will step into the #2 role.

Our WR core is set for YEARS! Crabtree, Morgan, Hill, Jones, Ziegler even.

Perhaps Bruce can contribute again? Anywho, Yeah if Morgan looks REALLY REALLY GOOD, I expect him to play REALLY REALLY GOOD!

Go niners
it's actually spelled Cassius Clay

I know. lol.
morgan looked really good last year. So its not surprising that he'll only get better. Man i cant believe the dept we have at wr, running back n tight end. We still need a proven qb n another tackle though. Man we havent been this deep on offense in years. Im excited abt the coming season.
http://www.nfl.com/fantasy/story?id=09000d5d81183e7c&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true

[ Edited by BurritoSmuggler on Jul 29, 2009 at 09:34:52 ]
All the McCloughan haters went away after he drafted Morgan and Crabtree.
I can see this young man tearing it up this year, his size and speed help as well. I remember when he Burnt Aaron Ross in the Giants game, but too bad he dropped balls.
Originally posted by global_nomad:
All the McCloughan haters went away after he drafted Morgan and Crabtree.

Scot is not that good. We have missed and outright busted on a lot of picks over many years. He's one of the reasons we are in the position of being a still mediocre team after all these years of rebuilding.

In his defense you have to give him a little more time because for some of those years NoWin had the final say on the draft.

[ Edited by SanDiego49er on Jul 29, 2009 at 09:41:52 ]
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
All the McCloughan haters went away after he drafted Morgan and Crabtree.

Scot is not that good. We have missed and outright busted on a lot of picks over many years. He's one of the reasons we are in the position of being a still mediocre team after all these years of rebuilding.

In his defense you have to give him a little more time because for some of those years NoWin had the final say on the draft.

Yeah but Nolan also tried Manny in three different roles, wouldn't start Goldson, and wouldn't establish a position for guys like Reggie Smith (Just to name a few).

With Singletary he is getting all, i mean a lot more, of Scotty's draft picks on the field and telling them to do one thing very well instead of lots of things good.

This is the year to see if the "Nolan" picks actually can start reaching their potential.

[ Edited by global_nomad on Jul 29, 2009 at 09:46:22 ]
I easily see Morgan outperforming Crabtree this year.
I love how all the McCloughan haters coincedentally forget that before he was with the Niners, he was the head scout for the Seahawks, who won a Super Bowl with players HE drafted. Oh, wait, didn't they also draft a RB who became the league MVP for breaking a rushing TD record? Shaun Alexander? If you don't believe in Scott, just look to the Seahawks and how well the drafted when Scott was there. He made that team through the draft and they went on to win a Super Bowl. All the haters need to remember that Nazi-Nolan was controlling the shots the whole time he was the Coach and he was AWFUL. That's why he was fired and McCloughan was made the GM. Let Scot do his thing. You have to give him time WITHOUT Nolan to prove himself. Then feel free to judge him. But Scott has a pretty damn good track record whether you all want to believe it or not. It's like Mike Mcarthy. I remember all the haters talking about how bad he was.. well... he seems to be doing pretty good calling the plays and being a HC in Green Bay. Bottom line, give it time, impatient people.
Originally posted by BurritoSmuggler:
I love how all the McCloughan haters coincedentally forget that before he was with the Niners, he was the head scout for the Seahawks, who won a Super Bowl with players HE drafted. Oh, wait, didn't they also draft a RB who became the league MVP for breaking a rushing TD record? Shaun Alexander? If you don't believe in Scott, just look to the Seahawks and how well the drafted when Scott was there. He made that team through the draft and they went on to win a Super Bowl. All the haters need to remember that Nazi-Nolan was controlling the shots the whole time he was the Coach and he was AWFUL. That's why he was fired and McCloughan was made the GM. Let Scot do his thing. You have to give him time WITHOUT Nolan to prove himself. Then feel free to judge him. But Scott has a pretty damn good track record whether you all want to believe it or not. It's like Mike Mcarthy. I remember all the haters talking about how bad he was.. well... he seems to be doing pretty good calling the plays and being a HC in Green Bay. Bottom line, give it time, impatient people.

Seattle never won a super bowl dude...got there yes, and got screwed. But they didnt win. And he was a scout, never a GM, Holmgren was GM, then gave way to another dude. Scott made GM while Nolan was there not after.
Originally posted by global_nomad:
All the McCloughan haters went away after he drafted Morgan and Crabtree.
McCloughan is a good one. He can pick some good talent. Fans want every pick to be a HOFer, and that would be nice, not gonna happen.
I am not sure if Morgan is going improve his #'s alot or if he is just gonna explode.
I really think we have alot to look forward all year. It will be fun to see them beat the sh#% out of a team, any team.
I think Morgan is gonna have a very good year
Originally posted by fzrdave:
I easily see Morgan outperforming Crabtree this year.

Agreed Morgans a stud
J.Hill should produce nicely if given the chance too.