In April, the 49ers surprised many draft experts by moving up in the first round to take LSU safety Eric Reid.General manager Trent Baalke saw Reid as a hard hitter and a player who seemed to make big plays in big games."He's smart, he's tough, he's a physical football player and we really felt he was an all-around safety," Baalke told the media at the time. Reid, said Baalke, "Played the type of ball that we wanted to see out of a safety."After his NFL regular-season debut Sunday in the 49ers' victory over the Packers, Reid indeed appears to be a playmaker.Reid had six tackles, a pass breakup and one interception – with another one negated by an offside penalty – in San Francisco's 34-28 victory over Green Bay.Plus, Reid made his presence felt with some of those big hits he was known for in college, and a nice open-field, one-on-one tackle of Green Bay's Randall Cobb.In his debut as the replacement for departed free agent Dashon Goldson, Reid actually played as physical – or even more physical – than Goldson.Tweeted the Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows, after a Reid tackle on Packers scrambling quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the second half: "I know Dashon...