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AJ Jenkins is a 49er

Originally posted by pahlerbj:
reminds me of Woods

They aren't similar in any way except that they are both black and play WR. Otherwise no other comparison could be made between them both positive or negative. We have not seen enough of AJ to determine whether or not he is a bust or a future pro-bowler. Give it some time.
bad baalke.
3 tds for aj sunday night. I just saw my buddys copy of the game. That kid has wheels!
copy of what game?
Originally posted by simplyfloyd:
copy of what game?

last years illinois cop chase
Next man up!!!!

AJ?


Crickets...

Who??
AJ will light it up.
If Jenkins isn't activated and doesn't get a fair amount of playing time, that's a very bad omen for a first round pick. The fact that he hasn't even been dressed for the majority of the season doesn't bode well, but at this point, it's now or never!
Originally posted by ginseng1000:
AJ seems undersize and slow based on what I have seen. But yes, the jury still out so give it time. He will get playing time next year but this year I doubt it, unless manningham is put on IR.

Undersize yes, slow no, runs a 4.3 bahah like to see your run that... Really I think Jim and Blaake wanted him to bulk up but at the moment he's going to be forced to start ready or not also I remember correct him and kap look really good togather in the preseason.
Obviously, I'm really hoping that AJ Jenkins, like LeMichael James, will show us that being inactive doesn't mean he's not a good player.

But I have to say, I will be holding him to a very high standard. The two WRs that I really wanted us to draft were Ruben Randle and Mohamed Sanu. Both of whom were still on the board when we took AJ and both of them have looked great so far this season. So if Jenkins does not perform at that level it will be very frustrating.

I also wrote in several predraft threads that I thought the 9ers should carry 7 WRs this year. I know it sounded crazy, but I felt like injuries always happen at that position every year. And until we have 2 or 3 WRs we can absolutely count on we need to just commit roster spots to guys with potential and hope that by the end of the year we have a solid group of 3 that we can go forward with.

But now, here we are, with Crabtree still our only dependable WR (this year and going forward), and Jenkins the only player on the team who could become one.

So I hope you step up, Jenkins. Cause now is the time to prove you were worth your draft position.
"Wide receiver is a skill. It takes so much time and there are so many things you have to learn. It takes three to five years to understand the position."

- Cris Carter
Hope this kid has studied hard and is ready to go in this Super Bowl run, because with Manningham's injury we are gonna need him now for sure. Time for him and James to show why we drafted these two guys this year.
Originally posted by tohara3:
Hope this kid has studied hard and is ready to go in this Super Bowl run, because with Manningham's injury we are gonna need him now for sure. Time for him and James to show why we drafted these two guys this year.

So far James is doing just fine in place of Hunter. Let's hope Jenkins will do the same for Manningham.
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
"Wide receiver is a skill. It takes so much time and there are so many things you have to learn. It takes three to five years to understand the position."

- Cris Carter

Crabtree is a good example why this quote is true. It's a good thing we didn't run him out of town like some people wanted.