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The Quinton Patton Tank of Truth

With Kaep's arm Patton could be in for some huge plays.
Ginn gone Patton in
I know it's early, but this guy moves like Jerry Rice. The video shows very smooth and fluid moves. He plays pretty. Patton might be the biggest steal of the draft. He has an "it" factor...a talent words cannot quite describe. I am really looking forward to seeing this guy play.
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Eric Reid and Quinton Patton two favorite picks of the draft.
boy there is gonna be some competition at wr. williams, manningham,lockette, jenkins and now patton. there is some talent there. may the best men win
Originally posted by joebbadass:
I know it's early, but this guy moves like Jerry Rice. The video shows very smooth and fluid moves. He plays pretty. Patton might be the biggest steal of the draft. He has an "it" factor...a talent words cannot quite describe. I am really looking forward to seeing this guy play.

He isn't the fastest WR, but when he gets into his cuts, he makes it look seamless, he doesn't lose speed, just looks absolutely smooth, that alone will help him to create separation in the NFL.
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
this dude is always open. excellent pick and they stole him where they got him. Baalke is putting on a draft clinic

I really like how the draft has gone so far, but all this talk of Baalke "t-bagging" and "putting on a clinic" is going a little overboard.

Nonetheless, I think this is another 2007- and 2011-like draft as far as the impact these guys can make for the team.
Originally posted by matthewabbit:
boy there is gonna be some competition at wr. williams, manningham,lockette, jenkins and now patton. there is some talent there. may the best men win

Williams is meh. Jenkins has shown absolutely nothing (literally), so unless he makes tremendous strides, he is less than meh. Lockette sounds promising and Patton looks very promising. Who knows how Manningham will be after his injury. After Crabtree and Boldin, we didn't have much to work with until this Patton pick.
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
this dude is always open. excellent pick and they stole him where they got him. Baalke is putting on a draft clinic

I really like how the draft has gone so far, but all this talk of Baalke "t-bagging" and "putting on a clinic" is going a little overboard.

Nonetheless, I think this is another 2007- and 2011-like draft as far as the impact these guys can make for I tthe team.
I don't know, this draft has gone pretty damn well. Especially when you consider that we managed to pick up a 3rd rounder next year when we traded down for Tank.
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At 4:43 that's the pass Crabs needed to catch
i really do think that either Williams or Jenkins will be contributers this year. I really do think that they will be evaluated by who is the best OVERALL reciever. who can hold up their end of the running game and catch Kaeps fastballs. Either way i think were gonna have the best recieving core the niners have seen in years!!
If alex got us to the NFCCG with hastings and swain just imagine what Kaep should be able to do..
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
this dude is always open. excellent pick and they stole him where they got him. Baalke is putting on a draft clinic

I really like how the draft has gone so far, but all this talk of Baalke "t-bagging" and "putting on a clinic" is going a little overboard.

Nonetheless, I think this is another 2007- and 2011-like draft as far as the impact these guys can make for the team.

Those two drafts were clinics.
Originally posted by nj9er:
At 4:43 that's the pass Crabs needed to catch

Originally posted by VDSF:
Originally posted by nj9er:
At 4:43 that's the pass Crabs needed to catch


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Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
this dude is always open. excellent pick and they stole him where they got him. Baalke is putting on a draft clinic

I really like how the draft has gone so far, but all this talk of Baalke "t-bagging" and "putting on a clinic" is going a little overboard.

Nonetheless, I think this is another 2007- and 2011-like draft as far as the impact these guys can make for I tthe team.
I don't know, this draft has gone pretty damn well. Especially when you consider that we managed to pick up a 3rd rounder next year when we traded down for Tank.

I said I really like how it's gone down, but if you read some of these comments about Baalke, you'd think he just drafted an All-Pro with every single pick.

I like everything he's done (except the McDonald pick, really).