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Better Gaurd

Boone or Iupati? I thought that Iupati would be more dominant by now. He seems to be slightly above average. Boone seems more versatile. Iupati seems like an above average gaurd with Boone being the probowl type. Just curious.
Both are good.

Nuff said...
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Both are good.

Nuff said...

Dis.
Iupati hasa more experience at G
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Both are good.

Nuff said...


Actually Iupati isn't that good.
Gaurd? Not trying to be rude but can you change that please...then I could agree that both are going to be great and pro bowl guards!
[ Edited by dtg_9er on Nov 3, 2012 at 11:08 AM ]
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Actually Iupati isn't that good.

Really?

Pro Football Focus Pro Bowl Cheat Sheet

Our all-49er guard combination is the most dominant pairing since Carl Nicks and Jahari Evans drove the Saints to Super Bowl glory in 2009. Among guards, their run blocking ranks second and third, with only Marshal Yanda grading higher. Not one trick ponies, they've both put in solid pass pro numbers too. That's something they've got in common with backup Mathis, who's just struggling a little with penalties this year — his four being the same number as he gave up in the whole of 2011.

TL;DR

Boone and Iupati are 2 of the top 3 ranked guards currently by PFF. Iupati is not bad.... but people who watch games would know that already.
[ Edited by Youngb on Nov 3, 2012 at 12:15 PM ]
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Both are good.

Nuff said...


Actually Iupati isn't that good.

What are you smoking??
Guard Gaurd tomato toematoe

Lol
Originally posted by Youngb:
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Actually Iupati isn't that good.

Really?

Pro Football Focus Pro Bowl Cheat Sheet

Our all-49er guard combination is the most dominant pairing since Carl Nicks and Jahari Evans drove the Saints to Super Bowl glory in 2009. Among guards, their run blocking ranks second and third, with only Marshal Yanda grading higher. Not one trick ponies, they've both put in solid pass pro numbers too. That's something they've got in common with backup Mathis, who's just struggling a little with penalties this year — his four being the same number as he gave up in the whole of 2011.

TL;DR

Boone and Iupati are 2 of the top 3 ranked guards currently by PFF. Iupati is not bad.... but people who watch games would know that already.

AWesome. We have a player on the pro bowl cheat sheet at every offensive line position, even the TE.
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Guard Gaurd tomato toematoe

Lol

Broccoli
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Both are good.

Nuff said...


Actually Iupati isn't that good.


You are correct, he is not good, he is great!! A first round draft pick that has played up to expectations and has started every game since being drafted. He is one of the best Guards in the NFL.

This must be the same poster who thinks patrick Willis has lost a step, and that justin smith is not playing well because his sack numbers are down.
Originally posted by 9erred:
You are correct, he is not good, he is great!! A first round draft pick that has played up to expectations and has started every game since being drafted. He is one of the best Guards in the NFL.

This must be the same poster who thinks patrick Willis has lost a step, and that justin smith is not playing well because his sack numbers are down.

Funny! A battle for fan favorite between a high first rounder and an undrafted free agent! I vote Toematoe as I'm allergic to tomatoes! LOL!
Iupati is a stud and Anthony Davis is showing why he was selected where he was in the draft.
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Actually Iupati isn't that good.

What r u smoking homie, I need to try it it sounds bomb.
But yeah, Iupati is a beast that any team would love to have on their roster