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49ers signed Glenn Dorsey

Originally posted by 21SandersMoss84:
Dorsey's performance is on an upward trajectory. I wouldn't be surprised if he gets his game up to the level that Ahmad Brooks is at right now.

If Dorsey plays to the level Ahmad Brooks is on, we will have a defense for the ages. One that will be remembered and talked about with the all time greats. Justin Smith, while not as dominant as he was in 2011, is still a great player. We have 4 amazing linebackers, and some pretty solid backups as well. Our secondary is playing well. Having a dominant NT would push this team over the top.
Dorsey had himself a grown man game today. I think we found our NT, resign this dude.
Originally posted by KegBert:
Dorsey had himself a grown man game today. I think we found our NT, resign this dude.

I think we have him through the 2014 season, unless you'd like an extension on top of that.
Originally posted by LifelongNiner:
Originally posted by KegBert:
Dorsey had himself a grown man game today. I think we found our NT, resign this dude.

I think we have him through the 2014 season, unless you'd like an extension on top of that.


I said this a few weeks back, and got a resounding chorus of boo's ?? WTF!!, I agree with ya, no need to draft a NT. He and Williams have it locked up.
Originally posted by LifelongNiner:
Originally posted by KegBert:
Dorsey had himself a grown man game today. I think we found our NT, resign this dude.

I think we have him through the 2014 season, unless you'd like an extension on top of that.

Didn't know that but it's good to hear. I'm all for extending him though, he has really solidified the inside of our defensive line.
My favorite FA signing this off season, other than, you know, the Boldin trade. On thing that is a constant for this team is that Tomsula will work his magic with the line. Great game today by Dorsey.
He hasn't even peaked yet. I hope he lights it up in the playoffs.

Now that we have a rotation, Ian can switch up w/Glenn and stay fresh for long haul.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
He hasn't even peaked yet. I hope he lights it up in the playoffs.

Now that we have a rotation, Ian can switch up w/Glenn and stay fresh for long haul.

exactly he's getting better.

our defense just needs to play straight up.

let the hogs do their work let the lb's clean it up and let the db's play man to man
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by crabman82:
you see it time and time again when a former top 5 pick who fails goes to another team with strong structure and shows he is worth playing in the league. maybe never reach the dominant status some predicted but thats not what the 49ers acquired him for.

See I wonder if he could reach his past dominance. Im not just talking off the cuff because realistically he's not a man amongst boys the way he was in college. Physically he's explosive in his upper body and his lower body is stout. He plays with great balance. From a technique standpoint he has great hands and he plays with great leverage. He also has 3 pass rush moves which is good for man his size. So Dorsey has all this ability and he comes here. Best dline coach in the league. Great teammates. Great environment. Hes getting.eased into system that doesn't pressure him to rush. This team has rehabilitated tons of 1st rounders who not Dorsey? Could you imagine finally having a NT that can.create pressure? Dorsey has 2 sacks and 29 tackles which is great for hos position. This is only his 1st year too. Hes far from a finished product. We all know it's the 3rd-4th year that we see new players function fully in this defense.Hes only signed for 2 years tho. I was thinking about it and with Williams extension and drafting Dial, dorsey is going to have to be a bargain. I hope he makes the smart.move and stick with us for around 3mil.


I think he was more like Smith. Smith was always good with the Bengals. But when he got to SF he became great. Dorsey has that potential.
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Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by crabman82:
you see it time and time again when a former top 5 pick who fails goes to another team with strong structure and shows he is worth playing in the league. maybe never reach the dominant status some predicted but thats not what the 49ers acquired him for.

See I wonder if he could reach his past dominance. Im not just talking off the cuff because realistically he's not a man amongst boys the way he was in college. Physically he's explosive in his upper body and his lower body is stout. He plays with great balance. From a technique standpoint he has great hands and he plays with great leverage. He also has 3 pass rush moves which is good for man his size. So Dorsey has all this ability and he comes here. Best dline coach in the league. Great teammates. Great environment. Hes getting.eased into system that doesn't pressure him to rush. This team has rehabilitated tons of 1st rounders who not Dorsey? Could you imagine finally having a NT that can.create pressure? Dorsey has 2 sacks and 29 tackles which is great for hos position. This is only his 1st year too. Hes far from a finished product. We all know it's the 3rd-4th year that we see new players function fully in this defense.Hes only signed for 2 years tho. I was thinking about it and with Williams extension and drafting Dial, dorsey is going to have to be a bargain. I hope he makes the smart.move and stick with us for around 3mil.


I think he was more like Smith. Smith was always good with the Bengals. But when he got to SF he became great. Dorsey has that potential.


He's been great this season and I think will get even better next season. This is his first year in the scheme, new team etc after being in a poor environment where he was hindered and criticised for not living up to his expected form given his draft status.

Next year he will have regained his confidence and Jimmy T will have him in full on beast mode. He could be scary good.
Originally posted by Buchy:
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by crabman82:
you see it time and time again when a former top 5 pick who fails goes to another team with strong structure and shows he is worth playing in the league. maybe never reach the dominant status some predicted but thats not what the 49ers acquired him for.

See I wonder if he could reach his past dominance. Im not just talking off the cuff because realistically he's not a man amongst boys the way he was in college. Physically he's explosive in his upper body and his lower body is stout. He plays with great balance. From a technique standpoint he has great hands and he plays with great leverage. He also has 3 pass rush moves which is good for man his size. So Dorsey has all this ability and he comes here. Best dline coach in the league. Great teammates. Great environment. Hes getting.eased into system that doesn't pressure him to rush. This team has rehabilitated tons of 1st rounders who not Dorsey? Could you imagine finally having a NT that can.create pressure? Dorsey has 2 sacks and 29 tackles which is great for hos position. This is only his 1st year too. Hes far from a finished product. We all know it's the 3rd-4th year that we see new players function fully in this defense.Hes only signed for 2 years tho. I was thinking about it and with Williams extension and drafting Dial, dorsey is going to have to be a bargain. I hope he makes the smart.move and stick with us for around 3mil.


I think he was more like Smith. Smith was always good with the Bengals. But when he got to SF he became great. Dorsey has that potential.


He's been great this season and I think will get even better next season. This is his first year in the scheme, new team etc after being in a poor environment where he was hindered and criticised for not living up to his expected form given his draft status.

Next year he will have regained his confidence and Jimmy T will have him in full on beast mode. He could be scary good.


Yep and replace Smith when the time comes. I wish we signed him for three years though. He will want mucho money!
Is he okay?
I think he is good player
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Is he okay?

I think so. He came back in the game iirc