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Originally posted by onanygivensunday49:
Problem is... Boldin never has been a #1 WR in the league... he was a #2 during his prime behind Fitz... and now he's more a #3 at this point in his career.

You can call him a #1, but he's not.

Realistically, we've got a #3 and several untested kids vying for open spots behind Boldin.

The position needs shoring.

I'm sorry but you're wrong there. That's like saying Roddy White isn't a #1 because they have Julio Jones. When the Cards had Fitz and Boldin, they had 2 #1s.

And during the season last year...

Boldin - 921 yds
Smith - 855 yds
Pitta - 669 yds

If anything, he was the #2, then during the playoffs...

Boldin - 380 yds
Smith - 233 yds
Pitta - 163 yds

Seems like the #1 option to me.
I know this is not good , i only hope that someone steps the F**K up b/c if not, Kaep will not feel safe throwing them the ball and try to run more, well we all know what that could mean.
Originally posted by onanygivensunday49:
Problem is... Boldin never has been a #1 WR in the league... he was a #2 during his prime behind Fitz... and now he's more a #3 at this point in his career.

You can call him a #1, but he's not.

Realistically, we've got a #3 and several untested kids vying for open spots behind Boldin.

The position needs shoring.

Dude youre crazy if you think Boldin is a #3
McDonald may play a more important role here. After all, the 49ers moved up to draft him, based in large part by his size and ability to run good routes. He will be a nice compliment to VD and a good short option for Kaep. That is something we have not had here since Eric Johnson.
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by onanygivensunday49:
Problem is... Boldin never has been a #1 WR in the league... he was a #2 during his prime behind Fitz... and now he's more a #3 at this point in his career.

You can call him a #1, but he's not.

Realistically, we've got a #3 and several untested kids vying for open spots behind Boldin.

The position needs shoring.

I'm sorry but you're wrong there. That's like saying Roddy White isn't a #1 because they have Julio Jones. When the Cards had Fitz and Boldin, they had 2 #1s.

And during the season last year...

Boldin - 921 yds
Smith - 855 yds
Pitta - 669 yds

If anything, he was the #2, then during the playoffs...

Boldin - 380 yds
Smith - 233 yds
Pitta - 163 yds

Seems like the #1 option to me.

Thanks for posting this. Saved me the time lol.
We'll be fine. We have enough playmakers on the offense already to make it to the super bowl, and I'm sure one of the youngsters will step up.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Thanks for posting this. Saved me the time lol.

Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by onanygivensunday49:
Problem is... Boldin never has been a #1 WR in the league... he was a #2 during his prime behind Fitz... and now he's more a #3 at this point in his career.

You can call him a #1, but he's not.

Realistically, we've got a #3 and several untested kids vying for open spots behind Boldin.

The position needs shoring.

I'm sorry but you're wrong there. That's like saying Roddy White isn't a #1 because they have Julio Jones. When the Cards had Fitz and Boldin, they had 2 #1s.

And during the season last year...

Boldin - 921 yds
Smith - 855 yds
Pitta - 669 yds

If anything, he was the #2, then during the playoffs...

Boldin - 380 yds
Smith - 233 yds
Pitta - 163 yds

Seems like the #1 option to me.
Being a #1 WR doesn't mean that you're the best receiver on your team. It's much more than that. A true #1 affects how the defense plays against your team. A true #1 pulls a safety over to help the CB covering him, thereby opeing up ther field for your other WRs and TE(s). That's a true #1.

If you don't understand that... or agree to it... then we're done having this conversation.
We can fix titus young...I say we get him what do you think?
he's the only wr on our roster that can consistently handle CK's 60mph passes. This is not good, not good at all. We lost a playmaker on D and now a HUGE one on O. We're kindda f**ked at the moment.
Originally posted by bluecoller49ninerfan:
We can fix titus young...I say we get him what do you think?

A person who refuses to take his meds is not someone you can work with. You can't fix someone if they do not want it as much as you. Everything you read about him is just a very sad case.
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Originally posted by ChazBoner:
he's the only wr on our roster that can consistently handle CK's 60mph passes. This is not good, not good at all. We lost a playmaker on D and now a HUGE one on O. We're kindda f**ked at the moment.

Originally posted by DRnSFw:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
he's the only wr on our roster that can consistently handle CK's 60mph passes. This is not good, not good at all. We lost a playmaker on D and now a HUGE one on O. We're kindda f**ked at the moment.


Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by DRnSFw:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
he's the only wr on our roster that can consistently handle CK's 60mph passes. This is not good, not good at all. We lost a playmaker on D and now a HUGE one on O. We're kindda f**ked at the moment.



thanks obama
Atleast if its gonna happen its better for it to happen now. That way kaep can start building chemistry with the other guys. f**kin sucks though. Crab was gonna get his first probowl this year