Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
then we need to get an all pro o line
remember what happened when his o line got injured he had like 2 TD and 8 int over a span of 4 games
They won 10 games for 100 years in a row with Peyton. Indy overcame every single injury you threw at them until Peyton got hurt. I do not dispute that Peyton would put on Niner jersey and our offense would instantly put up 4,500 passing yards.
It's obvious that neither Crabtree, Morgan, or Ginn are #1 WR's. We definately need a #1. D-Jack would be ideal because that would give us 2 guys that can return kickoff/punts. Plus he's from the area and we might get him at a discount. For the first time in a very long time FA are more likely to come here because we are a few pieces away from continuous super bowl contenders.
Originally posted by niners9:
i want to draft a WR early, but we also need a FA WR. i don't think colston and meacham return to NO, so one of them would be nice. also a guy like manningham or garcon would be a nice addition.
garcon would be smart
he isnt a prpemiere WR but a good role WR with decent sizze and hands
I far as I am concerned everyone but Morgan and Ginn should be gone. They all underperformed all season. Hell Cruz caught more passes than our whole WR core had totaled in two or three games in just a half of work.
[ Edited by txninerdad80 on Jan 23, 2012 at 12:57 PM ]
I still like Williams, and it is unfortunate that he will be the fall guy for this game. Aside from that, I like Williams and Morgan. I wouldn't mind keeping Crabtree, but would not be upset if they got rid of him either. Everyone else is expendable
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