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The Heirs to the throne?

Originally posted by BirdmanJr:
Originally posted by plinius9mm:
Originally posted by King49er:
Nate Davis=The next Joe Montana according to the zone lol

Remember during training camp, people were saying Pascoe is a better TE than VD because he has such great hands. Were is Pascoe now.

I still remember that

seriously, where is he? he wasted out draft pick.
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by ninertico:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
I bet we see Smith to Crabtree before Davis to Crabtree. Davis hasn't taken a snap against a first string defense yet and some of you guys are already all over his nuts.

But Memphis, you can agree that talent will rise above all else when things are equal. Nate has "it" you saw it and I don't give a rat's ass if you want to minimize it by saying he played against third fourth or seventy fifth stringers...the fact is he can recognize what develops in front of him in the NFL...as a frickin' rookie.

Hill didn't do that. Our #1 pick didn't do that. Some have "it" some don't. He does and therefore my premise that next year he will compete. I didn't say start.

Your statement makes it look as though I am trying to give this guys the keys to the castle when all he got from me is a playbook, a mop and a broom to sweep behind the starters. He's not even close right now.

But in the offseason, many things can happen in development especially if one is religious about it as I believe these player will be. They are tasting success and I am sure they will want to continue it.

Nate Davis included.

I hope you understand Memphis, my wife just bought Nate Davis' jersey so I am just trying to make her happy.



PS The only nuts I am all over are pistachios.

Haha, keep the woman happy or she will keep you miserable...

I have a saying in the family and teach all my four boys.."when Mama is happy, everyone is happy!"

Originally posted by ninertico:
"He spends the most time with fellow rookie Nate Davis, who appears to be his best friend on the team. Those who take part in Fantasy Football keeper leagues might want to take note."
--Matt Barrows, 49ers Blog and Q&A

Well, look who's becoming BFFs...why did I just say that?

Seriously though, ponder that for a moment while I humbly eat my own crow. While trying to find ways to blast Crabtree, Crabgreed at the time, I also found myself thinking whether Nate and Michael would start to practice together once he signed the dotted line. Imagine, Nate's innate skills coupled with Crabtree's...nice, isn't it? I thought that maybe these two will get a chance to build the next succession of players...Hill and Bruce out, Davis and Crabtree in. Even though it maybe a year or two before its flourishes, the thought deserves contemplation.

This thought process leads me to believe that both of these youngsters have an incredible opportunity ahead of them. Both have huge chips on their shoulders screaming, "Go ahead, I dare you!" Crabtree's chip embodies his distaste for where he was picked after the ball-dropping DHB. On the other hand of opportunity, Nate had to swallow so much as many pegged him as a failure in the NFL due to his learning disability. Now, they have a chance to prove everyone wrong, together. That is a very powerful thing in itself.

Imagine where both will create and maintain one of the most important aspects in any QB/WR relationship: Chemistry. This chemistry will provide a solid foundation from which to build. If in just a two days Barrows can point that out, then it must be obviously to those who pay attention...obviously, Matt does. That obvious outward show of camaraderie together only allows Nate and Michael to become closer.

Do you guys think the same way or am I just in la la land? I mean these two have an incredible opportunity under the Coach. These youngsters need that strong coach, father, mentor type in this day and age to keep them in line and foster their growth and maturity to know how to become successful, respected men. I know...La la la Singletary's greatness, but the fact is he has a natural knack for reaching his audience. In this case, it is his players.

So what do you think? Will Nate continue on his rise up the ranks or will we get another QB in the draft that null and voids this post? Or will Nate continue on that rise and become our future QB throwing to his future #1 WR?

Time will tell, but I for one look forward to this developing story.

Go 49ers!

I feel every word you're saying... I was thinking the exact same thing you were when I read that line. But, for now, the majority of the zone is not going to agree, and it's just going to be held as "our opinion".

On the real though, the future is BRIGHT. That's all I'm gonna say, the rest can "wait and see".
When I was watching Davis in preseason, the more I saw what an arm he had and his feel for the game the more I thought about the possibility of him and Crabtree being the future. I am not a pro scout or anything but I have seen my share of busts and sleepers and I think Nate is a sleeper.
Originally posted by doodle:
Originally posted by ninertico:
"He spends the most time with fellow rookie Nate Davis, who appears to be his best friend on the team. Those who take part in Fantasy Football keeper leagues might want to take note."
--Matt Barrows, 49ers Blog and Q&A

Well, look who's becoming BFFs...why did I just say that?

Seriously though, ponder that for a moment while I humbly eat my own crow. While trying to find ways to blast Crabtree, Crabgreed at the time, I also found myself thinking whether Nate and Michael would start to practice together once he signed the dotted line. Imagine, Nate's innate skills coupled with Crabtree's...nice, isn't it? I thought that maybe these two will get a chance to build the next succession of players...Hill and Bruce out, Davis and Crabtree in. Even though it maybe a year or two before its flourishes, the thought deserves contemplation.

This thought process leads me to believe that both of these youngsters have an incredible opportunity ahead of them. Both have huge chips on their shoulders screaming, "Go ahead, I dare you!" Crabtree's chip embodies his distaste for where he was picked after the ball-dropping DHB. On the other hand of opportunity, Nate had to swallow so much as many pegged him as a failure in the NFL due to his learning disability. Now, they have a chance to prove everyone wrong, together. That is a very powerful thing in itself.

Imagine where both will create and maintain one of the most important aspects in any QB/WR relationship: Chemistry. This chemistry will provide a solid foundation from which to build. If in just a two days Barrows can point that out, then it must be obviously to those who pay attention...obviously, Matt does. That obvious outward show of camaraderie together only allows Nate and Michael to become closer.

Do you guys think the same way or am I just in la la land? I mean these two have an incredible opportunity under the Coach. These youngsters need that strong coach, father, mentor type in this day and age to keep them in line and foster their growth and maturity to know how to become successful, respected men. I know...La la la Singletary's greatness, but the fact is he has a natural knack for reaching his audience. In this case, it is his players.

So what do you think? Will Nate continue on his rise up the ranks or will we get another QB in the draft that null and voids this post? Or will Nate continue on that rise and become our future QB throwing to his future #1 WR?

Time will tell, but I for one look forward to this developing story.

Go 49ers!

I feel every word you're saying... I was thinking the exact same thing you were when I read that line. But, for now, the majority of the zone is not going to agree, and it's just going to be held as "our opinion".

On the real though, the future is BRIGHT. That's all I'm gonna say, the rest can "wait and see".

The future is very bright! That would be a great combination in the future if that was to happen. We will see.
Next year Morgan and Crabtree could be our starting wr.
After Morgan's "it came down like a punt comment" I could see the receivers pushing for Davis to be out there
Originally posted by LeadFarmer:
Next year Morgan and Crabtree could be our starting wr.
After Morgan's "it came down like a punt comment" I could see the receivers pushing for Davis to be out there

Link?
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by LeadFarmer:
Next year Morgan and Crabtree could be our starting wr.
After Morgan's "it came down like a punt comment" I could see the receivers pushing for Davis to be out there

Link?

It is on the NFL.com site about Singletary's tough love approach. It was after Morgan dropped a sure TD against the rams, coach asked him if it hit him in the hands and he said "It came down like a punt". Look it up for yourself...