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49ers signed Glenn Dorsey

Our coaches are badasses and knows how to bring out the best in an average player!
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
Our coaches are badasses and knows how to bring out the best in an average player!


Dorsey was a top 5 pick in his draft, he was never average. I think he's just been poorly coached and poorly utilised by the Chiefs. He's now got the best defensive lineman coach in the NFL and I think his potential is showing.

Wait till next season when Jim T has got him sorted for pass rushing....
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Originally posted by frankie:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Been talking to a s**t ton of Chiefs fans at work this week, they can't believe how good Glenn Dorsey is playing, and they're really mad about it.

There's a pattern... J. Smith, C. Rogers, D. Whitner, and now Dorsey

Great pattern i must say. What they complainning about tho, they have alex and 7-0 record. They could still have cassel and be 1-6! That 2nd rd pick looking good also. Kc looking like the niners in 11. It almost seems like dejavu lol

Yep, piss poor Passing game, great run game, and amazing defense. 2011 49ers all over again.

Yup, and turnover free alex at the helm ab81 lol hey what type of contract ya think kaep will be getting from us? Aldon as well, ya think this rehab thing effects things? Or incentive based contracts? Just curious your opiniin
[ Edited by frankie on Oct 24, 2013 at 1:41 AM ]
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Thats why we need Dial, 350lb NT, would work well for us.

For about 4 or 5 downs every series otherwise he'll have a stroke.

Lmao i sure hope not :)
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Thats why we need Dial, 350lb NT, would work well for us.

AB...where did you find 350? All the sites I have checked have him under 320. Would be happy if he can play effectively at 350 but putting on over 30 pounds since April might be difficult.
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Thats why we need Dial, 350lb NT, would work well for us.

AB...where did you find 350? All the sites I have checked have him under 320. Would be happy if he can play effectively at 350 but putting on over 30 pounds since April might be difficult.

If I remember right, Harbaugh himself mentioned that in a presser. If it wasn't him, it was some team official.
Originally posted by Bluesbro:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Thats why we need Dial, 350lb NT, would work well for us.

AB...where did you find 350? All the sites I have checked have him under 320. Would be happy if he can play effectively at 350 but putting on over 30 pounds since April might be difficult.

If I remember right, Harbaugh himself mentioned that in a presser. If it wasn't him, it was some team official.

Thanks Bluesbro!
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by Bluesbro:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Thats why we need Dial, 350lb NT, would work well for us.

AB...where did you find 350? All the sites I have checked have him under 320. Would be happy if he can play effectively at 350 but putting on over 30 pounds since April might be difficult.

If I remember right, Harbaugh himself mentioned that in a presser. If it wasn't him, it was some team official.

Thanks Bluesbro!
A few weeks before Dial came back, Harbaugh was asked about him in a press conference. He said something like, "Dial, yeah, he's moving well. he's up to 340, 350 now. We hope he can be back soon to contribute."
Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by Bluesbro:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Thats why we need Dial, 350lb NT, would work well for us.

AB...where did you find 350? All the sites I have checked have him under 320. Would be happy if he can play effectively at 350 but putting on over 30 pounds since April might be difficult.

If I remember right, Harbaugh himself mentioned that in a presser. If it wasn't him, it was some team official.

Thanks Bluesbro!
A few weeks before Dial came back, Harbaugh was asked about him in a press conference. He said something like, "Dial, yeah, he's moving well. he's up to 340, 350 now. We hope he can be back soon to contribute."

Fantastic! I see the writing on the wall for Dobbs...too many guys unless there are more injuries...will hate to see him go but...
Can you say Jim Tomsula...he's one of the best DL coaches in the business. Dorsey should only continue to get better. I was happy to see him play last Sunday...that shows some toughness, which you have to have at NT. Now Dial's on the roster...and Tomsula's salivating over him. He's one BIG dude! Again, the common denominator is Coach T. He's a beaut...and under his tutelage, both Dorsey and Dial should blossom, which means bad news for any OL they go up against.
Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
Can you say Jim Tomsula...he's one of the best DL coaches in the business. Dorsey should only continue to get better. I was happy to see him play last Sunday...that shows some toughness, which you have to have at NT. Now Dial's on the roster...and Tomsula's salivating over him. He's one BIG dude! Again, the common denominator is Coach T. He's a beaut...and under his tutelage, both Dorsey and Dial should blossom, which means bad news for any OL they go up against.

As long as we have Tomsula at D-line coach and Jim Harbaugh as head coach we're going to be good for years to come.

I loved the Dorsey signing. And as much as I trust Tomsula to develop talent, it's great watching him take players from across the league who are playing out of position, and placing them in their appropriate position and watching them go ham, Justin Smith, Dorsey, etc.
[ Edited by OregonNiner87 on Oct 24, 2013 at 7:20 AM ]
Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
Can you say Jim Tomsula...he's one of the best DL coaches in the business. Dorsey should only continue to get better. I was happy to see him play last Sunday...that shows some toughness, which you have to have at NT. Now Dial's on the roster...and Tomsula's salivating over him. He's one BIG dude! Again, the common denominator is Coach T. He's a beaut...and under his tutelage, both Dorsey and Dial should blossom, which means bad news for any OL they go up against.

Have loved this guy for a few years now...just a upbeat, super motivator and knows his game!
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by Bluesbro:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Thats why we need Dial, 350lb NT, would work well for us.

AB...where did you find 350? All the sites I have checked have him under 320. Would be happy if he can play effectively at 350 but putting on over 30 pounds since April might be difficult.

If I remember right, Harbaugh himself mentioned that in a presser. If it wasn't him, it was some team official.

Thanks Bluesbro!
A few weeks before Dial came back, Harbaugh was asked about him in a press conference. He said something like, "Dial, yeah, he's moving well. he's up to 340, 350 now. We hope he can be back soon to contribute."

Fantastic! I see the writing on the wall for Dobbs...too many guys unless there are more injuries...will hate to see him go but...

Many favorites will be departing as our talent level continues to increase. There are a few guys that I like that I am pretty certain won't be back next season because of the type of contract they will command. Demarcus Dobbs, Tarrell Brown, Anthony Dixon, and possibly Donte Whitner.
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Originally posted by OregonNiner87:
As long as we have Tomsula at D-line coach and Jim Harbaugh as head coach we're going to be good for years to come.

I loved the Dorsey signing. And as much as I trust Tomsula to develop talent, it's great watching him take players from across the league who are playing out of position, and placing them in their appropriate position and watching them go ham, Justin Smith, Dorsey, etc.

yes sometimes we have had issues when it comes to a free agent signing in a skill position like jacobs and edwards. However in our history from justin to dorsey,, we always do a good job selecting, drafting and developing our defensive linemen
I loved the Dorsey signing when it happened and even more when he got on the field.

Talent + great coaching = Success