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Round 3, #80, the San Francisco 49ers selects Chris Culliver, CB, South Carolina

Originally posted by strickac:
Originally posted by Yunchang:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
So next year we dump Rodgers and use that money to re-sign Goldson and make Cully a starter ?

No, we should certainly keep Aaron IMHO.


I wish lol

Might as well let him compete with Alex/Kaep next year.

open competition ftw

More like no competition.

Alex would win out. He's the most accurate passer the game has ever seen. Now it's a fact.

every thread, every single thread.

SMH
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Originally posted by jdt84_2:
Originally posted by strickac:
Originally posted by Yunchang:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
So next year we dump Rodgers and use that money to re-sign Goldson and make Cully a starter ?

No, we should certainly keep Aaron IMHO.


I wish lol

Might as well let him compete with Alex/Kaep next year.

open competition ftw

More like no competition.

Alex would win out. He's the most accurate passer the game has ever seen. Now it's a fact.

every thread, every single thread.

SMH

So about this one guy we selected in the 3rd round last year.....I think his name is Chris Culliver, yea he's pretty good.

cully straight up dominated today.
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
cully straight up dominated today.

Originally posted by DonnieDarko:


Originally posted by lamontb:
agreed. just better talent on the board.


Originally posted by 9moon:
Can someone pinch me!!! i know im just dreaming!!!

what the hellllllllllllll is goin on around hereeeeeeeeee!!???

Who are the players we've been taking??

The last two picks aren't even on the right rounds!!!


Originally posted by BSofSF:
His scouting reviews are not great for what it's worth. Doesn't seem worthy of a third rounder to me. Baalke's grabbing all his picks early.


Originally posted by 9moon:
are u guys nuts??/

we drafted this guy in the 3rd round because of his measurable???

have u guys seen this guy play?? he's a freakin 5th rounder at best..


Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Ugh we should've traded back some more. We could've got this guy in the 4th. Baalke is a dumbass.


Originally posted by Jamespowers:
dude is prolly a nickel-back, special teams guy. 3rd rounder? meh


This thread doesn't have as much humor-possibility as the Aldon Smith thread does, but still plenty of people freaking the hell out. What's awesome is how many of these same people were crying about the Aldon Smith pick too.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
LOL So I would've picked Johnny Patrick or Curtis Brown, and those guys got picked by the Saints and Steelers. You really wouldn't want Mickey Loomis or Pittsburgh's FO running ours? 2 of the last 3 superbowl winners? Really bro?


Originally posted by BSofSF:
There were 5 cornerbacks that picked after the No. 80 pick that graded out better than Chris Culliver, a couple significantly better. There's no way this guy isn't there in the 4th or 5th. The guy from Louisville's name is Johnny Patrick, mentioned by Maiocco as a possible Niner target.


Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Yeah then that goes to my whole point. Trade back some more, stock some more picks, and then take Culliver later. But I guarantee you he wouldn't have gone for a few more picks. Baalke always picks H/W/S guys, just look at Taylor Mays last year, Anthony Davis, etc. Its the same damn philosophy as Scott McCloughan and it got us nowhere.

Meanwhile teams like the Patriots pick guys that "have flaws" but are solid players and they got really good players. Look at Ras-I Dowling. Injury guy this year but they figured he had more talent and he'll be healthy eventually. Or the guys last year, Brandon Spikes runs a horrific 40 yard dash but they decided 40 isnt that big of deal and get their TED LB of the future. Meanwhile we pick Navorro Bowman who was smaller than Spikes, more athletic and had actually played OLB in 4-3 defense. He struggled for us. The Pats get contributions from a 6th or 7th round pick like Julian Edelman because he knows how to play even though he's not the most physically talented guy. Yeah they have a good QB but even he was a 6th round pick. They are just better at spotting talent, maneuvering around in the draft(always making good trades, rarely if ever trade up), picking guys who can play right away. We pick guys who need developing and then we reach for them too.

Hopefully Culliver can become a player but IMO Baalke is a dumbass.


Originally posted by GoGetit:
Harbaugh love Taylor Mays.


Plenty of people freaking out.
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
LOL So I would've picked Johnny Patrick or Curtis Brown, and those guys got picked by the Saints and Steelers. You really wouldn't want Mickey Loomis or Pittsburgh's FO running ours? 2 of the last 3 superbowl winners? Really bro?


Originally posted by BSofSF:
There were 5 cornerbacks that picked after the No. 80 pick that graded out better than Chris Culliver, a couple significantly better. There's no way this guy isn't there in the 4th or 5th. The guy from Louisville's name is Johnny Patrick, mentioned by Maiocco as a possible Niner target.


Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Yeah then that goes to my whole point. Trade back some more, stock some more picks, and then take Culliver later. But I guarantee you he wouldn't have gone for a few more picks. Baalke always picks H/W/S guys, just look at Taylor Mays last year, Anthony Davis, etc. Its the same damn philosophy as Scott McCloughan and it got us nowhere.

Meanwhile teams like the Patriots pick guys that "have flaws" but are solid players and they got really good players. Look at Ras-I Dowling. Injury guy this year but they figured he had more talent and he'll be healthy eventually. Or the guys last year, Brandon Spikes runs a horrific 40 yard dash but they decided 40 isnt that big of deal and get their TED LB of the future. Meanwhile we pick Navorro Bowman who was smaller than Spikes, more athletic and had actually played OLB in 4-3 defense. He struggled for us. The Pats get contributions from a 6th or 7th round pick like Julian Edelman because he knows how to play even though he's not the most physically talented guy. Yeah they have a good QB but even he was a 6th round pick. They are just better at spotting talent, maneuvering around in the draft(always making good trades, rarely if ever trade up), picking guys who can play right away. We pick guys who need developing and then we reach for them too.

Hopefully Culliver can become a player but IMO Baalke is a dumbass.


Originally posted by GoGetit:
Harbaugh love Taylor Mays.


Plenty of people freaking out.

Going back and looking at old posts are always hilarious.....

Johnny Patrick career stats

21 tackles 1 Pass Defense

Curtis Brown career stats

39 tackles 2 Forced Fumbles 1 Pass Defense

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Chris Culliver

72 Tackles 2 Forced Fumbles 3 Interceptions 20 Passes Defended

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Yes they are soooooo much better then Culliver.....

GO CULLY!!!!
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here are some good pics from Cully's instagram



[ Edited by sfout on Dec 10, 2012 at 8:47 AM ]
Originally posted by sfout:
here are some good pics from Cully's instagram




It's funny that I was one of the few who didn't hate this pick. He was a good college CB and FS, and Return Man. Never thought he would be this good, shutting down Calvin Johnson in year 1.
this dude will be starting next year. Im not sure what happens with Rogers.
I remember when people were suggesting he'd be better than Peterson. We'll good call, maybe he will. Peterson has been playing well this year, but Cully isn't that far behind.
Cully=
Good pick, he's a good 3rd corner. Im just not ready to hand over a starting spot until he shows he can consistently cover without the sideline as an extra defender.
Originally posted by susweel:
this dude will be starting next year. Im not sure what happens with Rogers.

Agree