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The Quinton Patton Tank of Truth

The "General" will be just fine, don't you worry.
QP is the man
[ Edited by ChipDouglas510 on Aug 30, 2013 at 2:07 PM ]
I could watch that dance over and over. That better be his signature dance every time he scores a TD. Puts that damn salsa dance to shame.
The Patton pick looks even better now that it looks like Seattle is going to cut Chris Harper, the WR they took a few picks before the 49ers chose Patton.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
The Patton pick looks even better now that it looks like Seattle is going to cut Chris Harper, the WR they took a few picks before the 49ers chose Patton.

Still can't believe some of the players picked before Patton. Guy was a clear 2nd round talent who played big against big competition. He was sitting on my "best available list" through the entire 3rd and 4th rounds.. How he made it to the end of the 4th I don't know, but it was such a gift and blessing for us to get him.

I have to wonder if teams put too much stock into his lower-than-usual number of bench reps (we all know that outside of the extremes, # of reps typically means next to nothing in terms of talent and potential for success at the next level).

I understand it's early still, but the early times are the times to be excited. When you got a potential steal, a player that should've gone in the 2nd round (a round where you are often times finding a starter and/or major contributor), you have every reason to be excited and raise expectations a little.
Originally posted by random49er:
And like I said we're happy to see him have the speed to take a a screen pass 40 yards against backups.

But this isint the same as stretching a defense and having safeties stay back due to your history of going over the top. The threat of screen passes don't stretch a defense.


Victor Cruz is not any faster than Quinton Patton.
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
i wonder if he will keep 11 or if hes waiting for another number to open up? im gonna make a patton name plate or just duct tape to go over my alex smith jersey lol

It's nice to finally see a playmaker wearing number 11.
What was MD's draft evaluation of Patton? Actually, what his grade for each pick because we got some damn good ones.
Originally posted by Joecool:
What was MD's draft evaluation of Patton? Actually, what his grade for each pick because we got some damn good ones.

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl-draft/172997-maddogs-2013-nfl-draft-review/
Reminds me a little of Pierre Garcon. Similar size too. Patton's bigger than Cruz.
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
#11 QFT Smooth

Fixed
Originally posted by ChipDouglas510:
http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl-draft/172997-maddogs-2013-nfl-draft-review/

C+ for Lemonier? El wrongo.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
The Patton pick looks even better now that it looks like Seattle is going to cut Chris Harper, the WR they took a few picks before the 49ers chose Patton.

Still can't believe some of the players picked before Patton. Guy was a clear 2nd round talent who played big against big competition. He was sitting on my "best available list" through the entire 3rd and 4th rounds.. How he made it to the end of the 4th I don't know, but it was such a gift and blessing for us to get him.

I have to wonder if teams put too much stock into his lower-than-usual number of bench reps (we all know that outside of the extremes, # of reps typically means next to nothing in terms of talent and potential for success at the next level).

I understand it's early still, but the early times are the times to be excited. When you got a potential steal, a player that should've gone in the 2nd round (a round where you are often times finding a starter and/or major contributor), you have every reason to be excited and raise expectations a little.

I think he had a"small school" label that maybe dropped him but looking at the big school games he played well in should have been a clue.
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Reminds me a little of Pierre Garcon. Similar size too. Patton's bigger than Cruz.

They're actually the exact same size: 6'0", 204.
I really hope we can re-sign Crabtree. He and Patton could make a great duo. Next year we could maybe draft one of the top WR's and make a deadly trio.