Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Originally posted by Paul_Hofer:
We lost. By any score, it's too much. The formula for the team didn't work last season. Why would it succeed next season?
We need field stretchers but we have also done a relatively poor job getting our WR and TEs ready to contribute at an elite level in the NFL. Sure we drafted and developed Crabtree and Vernon but even they haven't reached their potential after multiple seasons. I think a guy like Boldin that knows how this is done can rub off on the ones we have and the ones we are sure to draft. I think he benefits us both on and off the field. And after what happened to DEN in NYC, I think we should be grateful for our effort vs SEA in SEA!. We came up a bit short and everyone played their part including one Anthony Davis who gave up the end on two turnovers!
Well, "grateful" works in the real world, but the NFL isn't the real world. A guy like Boldin shouldn't be starting when the Niners already have Crabtree. Boldin would be a great #3, although his continuing on the team will delay Patton's progress.
[ Edited by Paul_Hofer on Feb 16, 2014 at 4:25 PM ]