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What Veteran QB will Harbaugh get and why?

What Veteran QB will Harbaugh get and why?

Alex Smith because we're gonna have a lockout yo
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Alex Smith because we're gonna have a lockout yo

I'd rather have Shane Falco.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Alex Smith because we're gonna have a lockout yo

Enjoy another 0-5 start then..
Originally posted by fakers23:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Alex Smith because we're gonna have a lockout yo

Enjoy another 0-5 start then..

No we're going to start 3-0 with replacement playas yo
I'm kinda debating on whether or not Carson Palmer would be a good choice...
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I couldnt care less between Alex, Carson and Donovan
Originally posted by fakers23:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Alex Smith because we're gonna have a lockout yo

Enjoy another 0-5 start then..

That's how we start off with Alex as well.
Originally posted by tjd808185:
Originally posted by fakers23:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Alex Smith because we're gonna have a lockout yo

Enjoy another 0-5 start then..

That's how we start off with Alex as well.

That's what he was saying dude
I think that McNabb just might be our QB next season.

My top choice would be Orton, though.
Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by BMoore56:
Originally posted by susweel:
Well if we go with replacement players he can always be an option.


SIGN HIM!!! i would love to have Shane Falco





Id rater go with the former Ohio State quarterback Johnny Utah

Nah trade for this guy...

Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by TheCatch:
Originally posted by Pick6:
wow this thing is still going...

We REALLY need a QB.

Big understatement. Take a look a Greenbay right now. They are at the point we were in 81. New up and coming star quarterback, with a young team with playmakers, and a coach that knows how to win. Look familiar? We need to get our hands on the next Joe Montana, Aaron Rodgers,Tom Brady etc. to compete for the championship, and I'm sure Harbaugh knows it. He's looking for a stand in right now, because this top five quarterback is nowhere to be found at this time.
But we don't have either Dwight Clark OR Freddie Solomon right now...and anyone that thinks Chilo Rachal is John Ayers is just as bad off as the guy that thinks Anthony Davis is Keith Fahnhorst.

How did Clark and Solomon do before Montana played?

...

Exactly!
Originally posted by pigskin:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by TheCatch:
Originally posted by Pick6:
wow this thing is still going...

We REALLY need a QB.

Big understatement. Take a look a Greenbay right now. They are at the point we were in 81. New up and coming star quarterback, with a young team with playmakers, and a coach that knows how to win. Look familiar? We need to get our hands on the next Joe Montana, Aaron Rodgers,Tom Brady etc. to compete for the championship, and I'm sure Harbaugh knows it. He's looking for a stand in right now, because this top five quarterback is nowhere to be found at this time.
But we don't have either Dwight Clark OR Freddie Solomon right now...and anyone that thinks Chilo Rachal is John Ayers is just as bad off as the guy that thinks Anthony Davis is Keith Fahnhorst.

How did Clark and Solomon do before Montana played?

...

Exactly!

Actually, Freddie had pretty much the same game in Miami before coming to the 9ers. His best years were with the 9ers in 79 and 81. 1979 was before Montana became a starter. As far as Dwight Clark is concerned he came to the 9ers with Montana in 1979, so they grew up together as football players.

Edit: In 1979 DeBerg was Solomon's QB and in Miami he had a guy named Griese.

[ Edited by dtg_9er on Feb 10, 2011 at 17:44:41 ]
Draft Kaeperncik, and trade for Josh Johnson, resign either Smiths.

A Smith, can battle it out with Johnson!

Kaeperncik can hold a clipboard for a couple of seasons.

From an article on our Qb situation:

"He's always been very competitive," Theder says of Kaepernick. "He outworks everybody. He works very hard and he has a tremendously strong arm. There are some kids that sort of don't want to catch the ball from him."

And if Harbaugh and the 49ers pass on Kaepernick, Theder has another former pupil who'd fit in nicely - Josh Johnson. Theder mentored Johnson when he was at Oakland Technical High School. In fact, Theder says that he was the one who first mentioned Johnson to Harbaugh when the two bumped into each other at Miramonte High School shortly after Harbaugh became the head coach at the University of San Diego.
Give Theder an A+ in matchmaking. Harbaugh ended up recruiting Johnson to play for the Toreros. In 2006, Harbaugh's last year at San Diego, Johnson led the nation in passing efficiency and he did it again the following season. Johnson left the school with 11,563 yards of total offense and was a fifth-round pick by the Buccaneers in the 2008 draft.



Read more: http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2011/02/qb-guru-niners.html#ixzz1Dc3IAXSI
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I’ve had a couple meetings with him,” Harbaugh said. “It’s been good. And I look forward to continuing that [this week] when he’s back in town.
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Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by TheCatch:
Originally posted by Pick6:
wow this thing is still going...

We REALLY need a QB.

Big understatement. Take a look a Greenbay right now. They are at the point we were in 81. New up and coming star quarterback, with a young team with playmakers, and a coach that knows how to win. Look familiar? We need to get our hands on the next Joe Montana, Aaron Rodgers,Tom Brady etc. to compete for the championship, and I'm sure Harbaugh knows it. He's looking for a stand in right now, because this top five quarterback is nowhere to be found at this time.
But we don't have either Dwight Clark OR Freddie Solomon right now...and anyone that thinks Chilo Rachal is John Ayers is just as bad off as the guy that thinks Anthony Davis is Keith Fahnhorst.

C'mon dj we have more than enough talent on this offense to be a contender.
A contender in the NFC West, but not much beyond that.

No one would like to see this team win more than me but it appears some folks have some very inflated views of the talent on this team. The only decent players on offense are Gore, who is coming off a serious injury and has a lot of miles, and Vernon Davis, who is a big strong blocker with speed but who still doesn't know how to read a defense or run good routes.

The offensive line is filled with a bunch of underachievers who have shown nothing close to expectations, Iupati excepted, and the most important position, QB, is vacant at this time. We are all hoping that Harbaugh will turn a bunch of these guys into Pro Bowlers but that is not likely to happen. Things should definitely get better but I don't see any way this current roster is competitive outside the NFCW this season. I honestly think 7 wins this year will be the upper limit...and that assumes someone other than a rookie is playing QB. If it is a rookie then 6 wins is a dream season.

We are a contender now in the NFC West, if our QB's hadn't choked on more than half of the games this year we most likely would've won the division. And wow your criticism of Vernon Davis couldn't be more off, hes probably the best blocking TE in the league who was underutilized last year. Davis gets much separation on his routes, there's a reason he has been our best receiver the last two years. But like you said, the QB is the most important position and our offense goes as our QB does.
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