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49ers receive high free agency grade! Great Job FO

http://espn.go.com/blog/san-francisco-49ers/post/_/id/6136/49ers-receive-high-fa-grade
Originally posted by 49ersOnMINE:
49ers receive high free agency grade! Great Job FO

http://espn.go.com/blog/san-francisco-49ers/post/_/id/6136/49ers-receive-high-fa-grade

Baalke doesn't play Madden.
http://mmqb.si.com/2014/03/25/trent-baalke-nfl-owners-meetings/

Yup, he is the man! Those that don't like what he's done or is going to do, take a look at this. Maybe, you can see what we've been saying all along. He had a plan as soon as he was hired by Jed York.

Go get 'em, Baalke!

PS--This is why I love our GM: "So for Alex Smith, it turns out Baalke got two second-rounders, a third-rounder and a seventh-rounder in return. That's why he's admired among his peers: Baalke consistently takes medium value and makes very good value out of it."

PPS--"These Niners are going to be good for a long, long time."‪#‎NFLSustainability‬

Hey Sus!
Originally posted by ninertico:
http://mmqb.si.com/2014/03/25/trent-baalke-nfl-owners-meetings/

Yup, he is the man! Those that don't like what he's done or is going to do, take a look at this. Maybe, you can see what we've been saying all along. He had a plan as soon as he was hired by Jed York.

Go get 'em, Baalke!

PS--This is why I love our GM: "So for Alex Smith, it turns out Baalke got two second-rounders, a third-rounder and a seventh-rounder in return. That's why he's admired among his peers: Baalke consistently takes medium value and makes very good value out of it."

PPS--"These Niners are going to be good for a long, long time."‪#‎NFLSustainability‬

Hey Sus!

lol he getting praised for not signing WRs. Can you name a good WR he drafted ?



btw AJ Jenkins says hi.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by ninertico:
http://mmqb.si.com/2014/03/25/trent-baalke-nfl-owners-meetings/

Yup, he is the man! Those that don't like what he's done or is going to do, take a look at this. Maybe, you can see what we've been saying all along. He had a plan as soon as he was hired by Jed York.

Go get 'em, Baalke!

PS--This is why I love our GM: "So for Alex Smith, it turns out Baalke got two second-rounders, a third-rounder and a seventh-rounder in return. That's why he's admired among his peers: Baalke consistently takes medium value and makes very good value out of it."

PPS--"These Niners are going to be good for a long, long time."‪#‎NFLSustainability‬

Hey Sus!

lol he getting praised for not signing WRs. Can you name a good WR he drafted ?



btw AJ Jenkins says hi.

Let's all talk after the upcoming draft and during the season.
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Originally posted by susweel:


lol he getting praised for not signing WRs. Can you name a good WR he drafted ?



btw AJ Jenkins says hi.

Patton says hi!
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by susweel:


lol he getting praised for not signing WRs. Can you name a good WR he drafted ?



btw AJ Jenkins says hi.

Patton says hi!

His 3 catches for 34 yards say hello
So Sus,

Do you not want him to draft any WR's this year or are you going to subscribe to the theory that even a broken clock is right twice a day?

Just askin..........
Originally posted by m_brockalexander:
So Sus,

Do you not want him to draft any WR's this year or are you going to subscribe to the theory that even a broken clock is right twice a day?

Just askin..........

No I do want him to draft some good WRs but maybe hire an independent scout for ranking them.
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Originally posted by susweel:
His 3 catches for 34 yards say hello



Originally posted by Harbaugh:
"I was very excited for Quinton," 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday. "To come back [from his injury] and practice and work the way he's done has been really good to see and then to make the impact in the ballgame that he made yesterday. Just very excited for him and excited for our team

LInk

Tough to decide who to believe -- Harbaugh or you. But I'm going to have to go on instinct in this one and put my faith in Harbaugh.
Well Baalke has two WRs on our team capable of 1100 yards and a TE capable of 1000 if used right then we got Patton healthy and now this camp we will have the equivalent of maybe 8 top 100 talents ADDED to the roster when you consider Tank and Lattimore would have been there even in this loaded draft if healthy. Once Again 8 top 100 talents ADDED to the roster! Wow! This is what sustained success looks like!
Pillbusta, I have mentioned earlier, if we did nothing with WRs in draft, we may very well be able to field a schidt hot 5 wide set with just the guys we have now. Anquan, Baldwin, Vernon, Vance, Crabs. And patton isn't even on the field. Truly, unless the dream gem, 6'4", 4.3 speed, 48" arms, huge, great hands, smart as heck, good guy...unless he falls to us while we are negotiating trades for a starting CB, I think we take CB...and then another CB. And I think in a very un-Trent like move, we get into top 5-8(whatever it takes to get our shut down starting CB for this yr), and then trade up again for another one(say in 12-18).

Remember trent will have some help here as 4 or 5 teams are going to make monster errors and take Bridgewater, Bortles, Carr, manzel, and who knows who else. Plus Clowney is going to take a team off the board. Getting there (as high as we need to go to get our CB starter), will also be helped by our dangling Gabbert to a team who needs a Qb, and this would be a magnificent way to utilize gabbert to his fullest, while securing us a starting CB. Then we move up again to get our second CB , potential starter next yr, by moving up again to #15-20 territory. And as mentioned before, if along the way that gem WR falls into our lap, so be it. But drafting for depth...IMO...just isn't going to happen this yr. Maybe trent can manufacture a 2015 2nd or 3rd rounder with 4 or 5 of our later picks this yr. Hard to see him use all picks this yr for this yr. But, trent always surprises us, and if hr drafted a first round Center...well, it would be unexpected, but then again, that is trent.
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Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
Pillbusta, I have mentioned earlier, if we did nothing with WRs in draft, we may very well be able to field a schidt hot 5 wide set with just the guys we have now. Anquan, Baldwin, Vernon, Vance, Crabs. And patton isn't even on the field. Truly, unless the dream gem, 6'4", 4.3 speed, 48" arms, huge, great hands, smart as heck, good guy...unless he falls to us while we are negotiating trades for a starting CB, I think we take CB...and then another CB. And I think in a very un-Trent like move, we get into top 5-8(whatever it takes to get our shut down starting CB for this yr), and then trade up again for another one(say in 12-18).

Remember trent will have some help here as 4 or 5 teams are going to make monster errors and take Bridgewater, Bortles, Carr, manzel, and who knows who else. Plus Clowney is going to take a team off the board. Getting there (as high as we need to go to get our CB starter), will also be helped by our dangling Gabbert to a team who needs a Qb, and this would be a magnificent way to utilize gabbert to his fullest, while securing us a starting CB. Then we move up again to get our second CB , potential starter next yr, by moving up again to #15-20 territory. And as mentioned before, if along the way that gem WR falls into our lap, so be it. But drafting for depth...IMO...just isn't going to happen this yr. Maybe trent can manufacture a 2015 2nd or 3rd rounder with 4 or 5 of our later picks this yr. Hard to see him use all picks this yr for this yr. But, trent always surprises us, and if hr drafted a first round Center...well, it would be unexpected, but then again, that is trent.

I like what you are saying. I'll just add that I think it will be hard for even undrafted players to make this team. A guy like Chuck Jacobs, who has some talent, and did well in preseason last year with BJ Daniels throwing to him - is going to have an uphill battle even if the 49ers don't draft *any* Wr's this year. I can see Baalke getting the players he wants by trading up, and then when that's done, the rest of our draft will be traded for next years draft picks. I think Baalke needs to preserve our draft capital as long as possible by trading away unneeded draft picks for future draft picks.
Originally posted by Giedi:
I like what you are saying. I'll just add that I think it will be hard for even undrafted players to make this team. A guy like Chuck Jacobs, who has some talent, and did well in preseason last year with BJ Daniels throwing to him - is going to have an uphill battle even if the 49ers don't draft *any* Wr's this year. I can see Baalke getting the players he wants by trading up, and then when that's done, the rest of our draft will be traded for next years draft picks. I think Baalke needs to preserve our draft capital as long as possible by trading away unneeded draft picks for future draft picks.

Agreed.
I really like Trent Baalke, he's done an outstanding job minus WRs. For some reason I was suddenly reminded of the smug a**hole Cheat Carroll when he basically did a press conference version of photo bombing over Trent's media interview at the NFL combine last month. That still really sticks in my craw and maybe that kind of stuff doesn't actually bother him but I just hope Trent doesn't forget stuff like that and it fuels him even more to beat his ass.