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Throwback -- Our New Defensive Leader

Ronnie and Hacksaw would be proud

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20101007/sports/101009532


I read this and I can't help to think that Taylor would fit into the locker room in 1984-84 when Hacksaw and Ronnie are still there. Before Haley, before Michael Carter even.


This kid is a throwback.

I've waited for P-Willy to step up as a leader like the 9ers of yore, only to be disappointed. Willis agreed to the nude thing, and I don't have a problem with that.

This kid, he is the leader. He is the next Ronnie Lott. He is the next leader of the D.

When Haley was having a melt down after Plan B and Ronnie was playing for the Raiders, who did Coach Seifert call for, Ronnie.

Dashon wanna get paid.

Taylor wanna be great.

NUFF SAID
Lets let the kid play before we start calling him the next Lott.
Originally posted by susweel:
Lets let the kid play before we start calling him the next Lott.
Originally posted by susweel:
Lets let the kid play before we start calling him the next Lott.

I agree.

I remember Chet Brooks too!

I saw more in 1 game from Taylor than I ever say from Dana Hall

Agree??????????????????
Sus, jrg

Thanks for posting. NT has has been all about locks lately.



I love nothing more than spirited argument about our niners.


I'll respect your opinion. You respect mine.


We agree to disagree.
When he fell to us at the 49th pick in the draft, I thought it might be special. And with regards to leadership, I've been patiently waiting for Willis as well. It might still come...

[ Edited by Kilgore_Trout on Oct 7, 2010 at 22:52:59 ]
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
Sus, jrg

Thanks for posting. NT has has been all about locks lately.



I love nothing more than spirited argument about our niners.


I'll respect your opinion. You respect mine.


We agree to disagree.

I always try to respect everyones opinions. I hope Mays develops into something special because this team needs leaders baaaadly.
I hope he turns out to be great. Without a doubt he's working hard. He seems like the complete opposite of Goldson who comes off as more of a "celebrity". He was tweeted a question of what would he do after football and his response was basically "nothing, I want to make enough money so I don't have to do anything". And that was this summer!

Maybe Mays is so determined because he was picked in the 2nd round and wants to earn that contract, or maybe that's just who he is. We'll see
Originally posted by susweel:
Lets let the kid play before we start calling him the next Lott.

True. But I did like what I seen in ATL.

GO NINERS!





[ Edited by StOnEy333 on Oct 7, 2010 at 23:31:50 ]
Nice to hear Chet Brooks name mentioned - helluva player, as was Carlton Williamson before him.
With Mays as the name, why isn't he wearing #24?
Originally posted by KezarMike:
Nice to hear Chet Brooks name mentioned - helluva player, as was Carlton Williamson before him.

A guy in between them: Jeff Fuller. He was a heavy hitter, too. Too bad about his career ending injury.
Originally posted by KezarMike:
With Mays as the name, why isn't he wearing #24?

dixon claimed it
Originally posted by Kilgore_Trout:
When he fell to us at the 49th pick in the draft, I thought it might be special. And with regards to leadership, I've been patiently waiting for Willis as well. It might still come...

Willis leads by example... If you want Ray Lewis, root for Baltimore.