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Boldin versus Harvin

Yeah a has been, that just "has been" to the Super Bowl and left a Super Bowl Champion largely because of him.
  • pd24
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Originally posted by truekingcarlos:
There's no "vs" there. Boldin's a has been, Harvin's a playmaker just priming.

Has been what? The post season Boldin had was one of his best stretches in his career.
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Boldin is a WR. Percy Harvin is the Reggie Bush of WRs. He will be SEA swiss army knife

Just think those guys aren't worth that much. Percy is a gimmick player. I can appreciate his abilities but he's not built to run the football between the tackles and as far as punt and kick return duties, if he's doin it consistently I think the injury chance is too high.. As a whole, our recieving/Te core is no worse than Seattle. Boldin and Percy have their own intangibles, it's hard to pick the 'better,' player..
Originally posted by pd24:
Has been what? The post season Boldin had was one of his best stretches in his career.

He has been a Super Bowl champion............................................Just about a month and a half ago.
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Deon Branch was Super Bowl MVP. So what. Bolden is good but he's no Harvin
Originally posted by KID9R:
Deon Branch was Super Bowl MVP. So what. Bolden is good but he's no Harvin

Harvin is good but he is no Boldin either. Harvin relys more on his speed and shiftiness to get the ball, Boldin can get the ball without being fast, two different types of receiver almost uncomparable really.
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Originally posted by KID9R:
Deon Branch was Super Bowl MVP. So what. Bolden is good but he's no Harvin

Boldin has been good his whole career unlike Branch.
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
Originally posted by KID9R:
But but but Baalke wanted him. In Baalke we Trust?

Baalke wanted him at what price?

Exactly. Baalke wants all the top available players at their positions. But it doesn't work that way. THe salary cap, drafts picks etc is all part of the game.

If Baalke wanted Havin, he wasn't willing to give up what Seattle was. I think Baalke was probably floating one of our thirds and some later picks. Seattle broke the bank on arguably the 15th-25th best WR in the league.
[ Edited by Young2Rice on Mar 16, 2013 at 11:13 PM ]
Originally posted by KID9R:
Deon Branch was Super Bowl MVP. So what. Bolden is good but he's no Harvin

Bolden can play 16 games. What is Harvin's excuse?
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Bolden can play 16 games. What is Harvin's excuse?

Migraines and p***y aches.
Harvin has to stay healthy.. whats gonna happen the first time they play us and he tries to run a shifty route across the middle and gets blasted by willis or bowman.. Headaches happen again and hes sitting.. I remember when Hawks fans were pumped over Sidney Rice.. Where is that guy now.. More like Sidney Minute Rice.. because thats about how long he was legit in Seattle because he was cooked.
Originally posted by Fricker:
.. I remember when Hawks fans were pumped over Sidney Rice.. Where is that guy now...

Well, right now, he's practicing with RW and the other receivers ;-)
But, last season he was tied for the team lead (w/Golden Tate) in TD receptions.
Originally posted by truekingcarlos:
There's no "vs" there. Boldin's a has been, Harvin's a playmaker just priming.

Fellow Web Zoners, a quick perusal of this guy's posts ought to be enough to convince any Niner fan around here that there is no point in responding to anything he vomits out on to these boards. I'm not going to refer to him as a "troll" because that would be breaking the rules around here. But I would suggest that any response someone feels they really have to make start with the simple internet-wide accepted words which are "Cool story, bro!"
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Exactly. Baalke wants all the top available players at their positions. But it doesn't work that way. THe salary cap, drafts picks etc is all part of the game.

If Baalke wanted Havin, he wasn't willing to give up what Seattle was. I think Baalke was probably floating one of our thirds and some later picks. Seattle broke the bank on arguably the 15th-25th best WR in the league.

15th-25th best?

I think that's being pretty generous.
Originally posted by baltien:
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Exactly. Baalke wants all the top available players at their positions. But it doesn't work that way. THe salary cap, drafts picks etc is all part of the game.

If Baalke wanted Havin, he wasn't willing to give up what Seattle was. I think Baalke was probably floating one of our thirds and some later picks. Seattle broke the bank on arguably the 15th-25th best WR in the league.

15th-25th best?

I think that's being pretty generous.

It is.

I think he is around 25th best. Which isn't worth a first round pick, ever.
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