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49ers take Fred Warner-OLB-BYU with Pick 70 in the 2018 NFL Draft

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  • Koldo
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Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.

Really? You dont want a starting Right Tackle? You not seen the Pettis highlights vid?
  • Koldo
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Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.

Really? You dont want a starting Right Tackle? You not seen the Pettis highlights vid?

Right tackle wasn't a need until after they traded Brown to the Pats. Before the draft, no one would have said that we had a glaring hole at that position.

Now, in order to justify a poor decision made by Shannahan and Lynch, some people here are calling Brown 'lazy' or questioning his work ethic when he consistently (despite his shortcomings in the running game) proved to be a top-tier tackle (one who outperformed Staley in many games).

Pettis excelled against mediocre DBs and won't bring anything new to the table.
  • Kolohe
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Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.

Really? You dont want a starting Right Tackle? You not seen the Pettis highlights vid?

Right tackle wasn't a need until after they traded Brown to the Pats. Before the draft, no one would have said that we had a glaring hole at that position.

Now, in order to justify a poor decision made by Shannahan and Lynch, some people here are calling Brown 'lazy' or questioning his work ethic when he consistently (despite his shortcomings in the running game) proved to be a top-tier tackle (one who outperformed Staley in many games).

Pettis excelled against mediocre DBs and won't bring anything new to the table.

  • Koldo
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Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.

Really? You dont want a starting Right Tackle? You not seen the Pettis highlights vid?

Right tackle wasn't a need until after they traded Brown to the Pats. Before the draft, no one would have said that we had a glaring hole at that position.

Now, in order to justify a poor decision made by Shannahan and Lynch, some people here are calling Brown 'lazy' or questioning his work ethic when he consistently (despite his shortcomings in the running game) proved to be a top-tier tackle (one who outperformed Staley in many games).

Pettis excelled against mediocre DBs and won't bring anything new to the table.


Care to elaborate?
[ Edited by Koldo on Apr 28, 2018 at 9:33 AM ]
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.

Really? You dont want a starting Right Tackle? You not seen the Pettis highlights vid?

Right tackle wasn't a need until after they traded Brown to the Pats. Before the draft, no one would have said that we had a glaring hole at that position.

Now, in order to justify a poor decision made by Shannahan and Lynch, some people here are calling Brown 'lazy' or questioning his work ethic when he consistently (despite his shortcomings in the running game) proved to be a top-tier tackle (one who outperformed Staley in many games).

Pettis excelled against mediocre DBs and won't bring anything new to the table.

They should just cut these guys now
  • LVJay
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Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by LVJay:
Hopefully, he'll be able to shadow TEs as well...

You can tell Saleh was really trying to contain himself, but I noticed the excitement by a certain (more shinier than ever) glow on his dome.

He's pretty fast and has a rangy frame with long enough arms. He can cover well. It's one of his strong suits.

Seems like a plug n play, and right away "speed kills"

Won't have to wait for someone to get injured to get his time on the field (unlike last year's rookies filled in for injured players).
  • Kolohe
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Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.

Really? You dont want a starting Right Tackle? You not seen the Pettis highlights vid?

Right tackle wasn't a need until after they traded Brown to the Pats. Before the draft, no one would have said that we had a glaring hole at that position.

Now, in order to justify a poor decision made by Shannahan and Lynch, some people here are calling Brown 'lazy' or questioning his work ethic when he consistently (despite his shortcomings in the running game) proved to be a top-tier tackle (one who outperformed Staley in many games).

Pettis excelled against mediocre DBs and won't bring anything new to the table.


Care to elaborate?

For one, not sure if you noticed but Trent Brown can't stay healthy, hence the reason Shanahan had to rely on Zane Beadles,. I'm sure Shanahan doesn't want to go through that again. Two, Brown reported to the team out of shape. Three, protecting your $137 million QB should always be your #1 priority, especially with the O-line Jimmy G. had in front of him last season. Also, McGlinchey can play both Tackle spots and looks to be the future LT to replace Staley.

As for Pettis, he played against who was in front of him, beat who was in front of him you don't evaluate players like that anyway. I mean if that's the case Carson Wentz and Jimmy Garoppolo should be crap QB's in the NFL. Oh and what school did Jerry Rice come from, it must've been Alabama or LSU, after all that's the reason he's a Hall of Famer right.
I'm seeing a trend in al these picks. Speed. Everyone one of them is fast at their position.
Originally posted by jonnydel:
I'm seeing a trend in al these picks. Speed. Everyone one of them is fast at their position.

Speed is not the worst thing to have on the field and we don't have enough of it. The more the better. We need to get a lot faster all over.

  • LVJay
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Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Koldo:
Only decent pick so far.

Aoart from McGinchey of course. Oh, and Pettis.

Nah.

Really? You dont want a starting Right Tackle? You not seen the Pettis highlights vid?

Right tackle wasn't a need until after they traded Brown to the Pats. Before the draft, no one would have said that we had a glaring hole at that position.

Now, in order to justify a poor decision made by Shannahan and Lynch, some people here are calling Brown 'lazy' or questioning his work ethic when he consistently (despite his shortcomings in the running game) proved to be a top-tier tackle (one who outperformed Staley in many games).

Pettis excelled against mediocre DBs and won't bring anything new to the table.


Care to elaborate?

For one, not sure if you noticed but Trent Brown can't stay healthy, hence the reason Shanahan had to rely on Zane Beadles,. I'm sure Shanahan doesn't want to go through that again. Two, Brown reported to the team out of shape. Three, protecting your $137 million QB should always be your #1 priority, especially with the O-line Jimmy G. had in front of him last season. Also, McGlinchey can play both Tackle spots and looks to be the future LT to replace Staley.

As for Pettis, he played against who was in front of him, beat who was in front of him you don't evaluate players like that anyway. I mean if that's the case Carson Wentz and Jimmy Garoppolo should be crap QB's in the NFL. Oh and what school did Jerry Rice come from, it must've been Alabama or LSU, after all that's the reason he's a Hall of Famer right.

Ooooooooooh DAMN!!!!
  • LVJay
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Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
I'm seeing a trend in al these picks. Speed. Everyone one of them is fast at their position.

Speed is not the worst thing to have on the field and we don't have enough of it. The more the better. We need to get a lot faster all over.

#SpeedKills #Need4Speed
Originally posted by Koldo:
Right tackle wasn't a need until after they traded Brown to the Pats. Before the draft, no one would have said that we had a glaring hole at that position.

Now, in order to justify a poor decision made by Shannahan and Lynch, some people here are calling Brown 'lazy' or questioning his work ethic when he consistently (despite his shortcomings in the running game) proved to be a top-tier tackle (one who outperformed Staley in many games).

Pettis excelled against mediocre DBs and won't bring anything new to the table.

Despite his shortcomings as a run blocker? That's like saying, "Despite his s**tty route-running, he's a good WR." Running is 50% of the offense. If we can't run to his side reliably, he's not that good of a tackle--at least in our system.

And I'm sure coming to camp overweight and out of shape played a part in his not being here.
[ Edited by BleedsRedNGold on Apr 28, 2018 at 1:43 PM ]
I don't know which pick I love more, Warner or Reed.
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
I'm seeing a trend in al these picks. Speed. Everyone one of them is fast at their position.

Speed is not the worst thing to have on the field and we don't have enough of it. The more the better. We need to get a lot faster all over.

#SpeedKills #Need4Speed
#OutOfPositionInRecordSpeed
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