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Question for 49ers Fans...

Originally posted by Snider8706:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by Snider8706:
Joe montana and jerry rice. They were pretty good but no one ever talks about them.

Joe who?

Joe montayna

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Originally posted by montana4ever:
Tom Rathman
Originally posted by NFSB86:
Originally posted by Snider8706:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by Snider8706:
Joe montana and jerry rice. They were pretty good but no one ever talks about them.

Joe who?

Joe montayna

.....

Hahahahaha! Best linebacker I've seen since Joe Montana!
Eric Wright, Dwight Hicks, Carlton Williamson, Michael Carter, Steve Wallace, Don Griffin, Tim McKyer, Dan Bunz, Pierce Holt.
[ Edited by Ronnie49Lott on Mar 22, 2010 at 12:09 AM ]
Without question I think its Harris Barton.

Just look at our conversations in this forum about the need for a bookend left tackle...and there was Barton, not exactly your prototypical guy, just one who went out every season and did about as good a job at blindside protection as you will ever find.
[ Edited by reasonable1 on Mar 21, 2010 at 8:37 PM ]
May get some weird reactions but Jeff Garcia. Played his heart out always and was ran out of San Fran because of Team Obliterater.
Fred Beasley
Originally posted by InconvnientTruth:
john taylor

Although JT is fairly well-known among fans of other teams, he doesn't receive the credit he deserves. He made a few big plays on the national stage that had to have branded his name into people's brains, but he was better than most people know.
Originally posted by Sjceruti:
May get some weird reactions but Jeff Garcia. Played his heart out always and was ran out of San Fran because of Team Obliterater.

I have to agree. Garcia was a warrior and did a fantastic job as our QB. He never received the credit he deserved, not even from 49er fans because he wasn't Joe Montana or Steve Young. The standard was set way too high when he came in and no QB should be expected to live up to a QB legacy that just finished with 2 consecutive Hall Of Fame and MVP players. He was easily one of the best QBs in the league when he was with us and his numbers prove it.
Merton Hanks
Tim McDonald
Bryant Young
Tony Parrish

Frank Gore. Everybody knows him but he still doesn't get enough love because he doesn't break a lot of long TD runs. He's Mr. Dependable and has always given 100% while performing at the highest level.
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Off the top of the head

Roger Craig
Brent Jones

2nd. Jones was amazing. Great personality too. Greatly underrated player, more so than John Taylor. Taylor wasn't so much underrated as he was overshadowed. Everyone who watches football knows he was a great player.
Dwight Clark
Another vote for Derrick Deese.
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by SWAGG-ER:
Tim McDonald

definitely

who didnt know about Tim McDonald though? he was a stud.

he made 6 pro bowls in a 7 year span, plus:

1989 Pro Football Weekly: 1st Team All-Conf.
UPI: 1st Team All-Conf.
Newspaper Ent. Assoc.: 1st Team All-NFL
1990 UPI: 2nd Team All-Conf.
Newspaper Ent. Assoc.: 2nd Team All-NFL
1991 Pro Football Weekly: 1st Team All-Conf.
Associated Press: 2nd Team All-NFL
Newspaper Ent. Assoc.: 2nd Team All-NFL
1992 Pro Football Weekly: 1st Team All-Conf.
Associated Press: 2nd Team All-NFL
Newspaper Ent. Assoc.: 1st Team All-NFL
1993 Pro Football Weekly: 1st Team All-Conf.
UPI: 1st Team All-Conf.
Associated Press: 2nd Team All-NFL
1994 UPI: 2nd Team All-Conf.
1995 UPI: 2nd Team All-Conf.
Associated Press: 2nd Team All-NFL
1996 UPI: 2nd Team All-Conf.

shouldnt this be about players that fans forget about, but did alot to help the team? guys like Brian Jennings, who will be forgotten by most the fanbase 5 years after he retires.
[ Edited by Niners99 on Mar 21, 2010 at 11:11 PM ]
Merton Hanks
Dana Stubblefield
Bryant Young
William "bar None" Floyd
Brent Jones