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  • KID9R
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Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by KID9R:
The fact that Jed hired a rookie GM with no front office experience to go with a rookie Head Coach. I think Kyle could/will be a great coach in the mold of Andy Reid and Sean Payton. I'm just worried that Lynch is going to waste his opportunity to be that great coach with us. I just hope that Jed sees this and sticks with Kyle for the long haul.

Why does the fact that Lynch is a rookie bother you. All GM's were rookies at one time. Everyone on this forum seems to think they could do a better job and how much experience do they have?

I don't have a problem with Rookie GM's when they've worked their way up the front offices. Opposed to the Matt Millen route. It would be nice to have an experience GM when working with a rookie head coach. To be able to say "Hey Kyle, I know you like this Pettis/Beathard kid but we could probably get him a couple rounds later"
Originally posted by KID9R:
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by KID9R:
The fact that Jed hired a rookie GM with no front office experience to go with a rookie Head Coach. I think Kyle could/will be a great coach in the mold of Andy Reid and Sean Payton. I'm just worried that Lynch is going to waste his opportunity to be that great coach with us. I just hope that Jed sees this and sticks with Kyle for the long haul.

Why does the fact that Lynch is a rookie bother you. All GM's were rookies at one time. Everyone on this forum seems to think they could do a better job and how much experience do they have?

I don't have a problem with Rookie GM's when they've worked their way up the front offices. Opposed to the Matt Millen route. It would be nice to have an experience GM when working with a rookie head coach. To be able to say "Hey Kyle, I know you like this Pettis/Beathard kid but we could probably get him a couple rounds later"

this. we hired a talking head as our GM. lol.
[ Edited by TheGore49er on Nov 28, 2018 at 11:19 AM ]
Originally posted by TheGore49er:
Originally posted by KID9R:
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by KID9R:
The fact that Jed hired a rookie GM with no front office experience to go with a rookie Head Coach. I think Kyle could/will be a great coach in the mold of Andy Reid and Sean Payton. I'm just worried that Lynch is going to waste his opportunity to be that great coach with us. I just hope that Jed sees this and sticks with Kyle for the long haul.

Why does the fact that Lynch is a rookie bother you. All GM's were rookies at one time. Everyone on this forum seems to think they could do a better job and how much experience do they have?

I don't have a problem with Rookie GM's when they've worked their way up the front offices. Opposed to the Matt Millen route. It would be nice to have an experience GM when working with a rookie head coach. To be able to say "Hey Kyle, I know you like this Pettis/Beathard kid but we could probably get him a couple rounds later"

this. we hired a talking head as our GM. lol.

We hired a bright, Hall of Fame quality former DB, who played in the defensive system Shanahan is implementing here, with a good reputation throughout the league, lol.
  • KID9R
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Originally posted by WestCoastForever:
Originally posted by TheGore49er:
Originally posted by KID9R:
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by KID9R:
The fact that Jed hired a rookie GM with no front office experience to go with a rookie Head Coach. I think Kyle could/will be a great coach in the mold of Andy Reid and Sean Payton. I'm just worried that Lynch is going to waste his opportunity to be that great coach with us. I just hope that Jed sees this and sticks with Kyle for the long haul.

Why does the fact that Lynch is a rookie bother you. All GM's were rookies at one time. Everyone on this forum seems to think they could do a better job and how much experience do they have?

I don't have a problem with Rookie GM's when they've worked their way up the front offices. Opposed to the Matt Millen route. It would be nice to have an experience GM when working with a rookie head coach. To be able to say "Hey Kyle, I know you like this Pettis/Beathard kid but we could probably get him a couple rounds later"

this. we hired a talking head as our GM. lol.

We hired a bright, Hall of Fame quality former DB, who played in the defensive system Shanahan is implementing here, with a good reputation throughout the league, lol.

Being a Hall of Fame quality DB means very little to me in qualifications to be a GM. I'd much rather a candidate that has been working his way up for the last decade.
And how is implementing that defence working out? I'd be willing to bet that Lynch talked Kyle into running that defense. Because we were pretty aggressive trying to get Fangio back until we were denied by the Bears. How is his Warren Sapp, Ronde Barber and Derrick Brooks picks working out? All misses.
Hope Lynch turns it around I just don't want his inexperience costing us Kyle.
Fired them the 49ers players. They gave us worst the loss games.
How we rarely check it down when pressure comes...
LOSING
Originally posted by Canadian9erfan:
This year has been unfortunate due mainly to injuries. No team could recover from the starting positions we have lost. My concerns would be:
1. Drafting - Solomon Thomas and Reuben Foster specifically.
2. Team seems soft to me. Seem to lose every 50/50 ball, and our player goes down to injury in collisions.
3. Don't see any position group improving week to week (aside from TE and RB).

Positives
1. Kittle
2. Breida
3. Buckner

I am just venting because we had high hopes for this season. And every Sunday is disappointing.

you pretty much nailed it in every way possible. those are literally the only bright spots aside from having JG. Kittle Breida and Buckner are really the only players that give us any chance to win at all without having JG under center.

I think we need to find another D coordinator as well. I can imagine Saleh remaining another year, but that's it.
SS, FS, Leo, Will, CB, RB, WR x2, jimmy jesus injured, saleh.

That's about it.
[ Edited by PacTiger on Nov 28, 2018 at 1:21 PM ]
Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
Nice post GM, but i see NC's side also. We have very definitely avoided any high priced player, altho the ones that have been there....weren't to my liking. Still, if one comes available, say at DB or ER (LB, eg Mack)....that is where i would blow some 10+ mil dough. With Mack it was more player debt than $$ so that is a poor example. But Command's point is well taken. Just has to be a guy worth the bucks and at a slot ,, ER , DB, LB . WR1 (all ELITES) where that kind of money is justified.

My man Doc got what I was saying.

Originally posted by NinerGM:
Who has been worth it other than maybe Cowboy, Bowman, Gore, or Willis? I'm not defending this approach, I'm just saying the market for those players didn't exceed the 10M APY mark. It could be by design, but again who's has been worth that number previously? I think now that the market is clearly shifting, we should see more of that on team - like for Buckner possibly and if they plan on diving into free agency and extending Staley for a couple of year to market adjust him properly, this should happen. I think this is a wait-and-see.

Footnote: We have called JG a FQB. Due to injury and opportunity, has he produced like one?

Just using Staley as top of our cap example. He's an in house promotion and top of the salary. As were the others you listed.

I'm talking about grabbing a FA above the in house marker. You have to be willing to go above your own in house cap limit if you want to build properly.

Buckner may be another and if we resign him, he should reset that bar higher making it easier to justify bringing in a FA in from the outside on a double digit cap (>$10M)
[ Edited by NCommand on Nov 28, 2018 at 2:39 PM ]
Originally posted by KID9R:
Originally posted by WestCoastForever:
Originally posted by TheGore49er:
Originally posted by KID9R:
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Originally posted by KID9R:
The fact that Jed hired a rookie GM with no front office experience to go with a rookie Head Coach. I think Kyle could/will be a great coach in the mold of Andy Reid and Sean Payton. I'm just worried that Lynch is going to waste his opportunity to be that great coach with us. I just hope that Jed sees this and sticks with Kyle for the long haul.

Why does the fact that Lynch is a rookie bother you. All GM's were rookies at one time. Everyone on this forum seems to think they could do a better job and how much experience do they have?

I don't have a problem with Rookie GM's when they've worked their way up the front offices. Opposed to the Matt Millen route. It would be nice to have an experience GM when working with a rookie head coach. To be able to say "Hey Kyle, I know you like this Pettis/Beathard kid but we could probably get him a couple rounds later"

this. we hired a talking head as our GM. lol.

We hired a bright, Hall of Fame quality former DB, who played in the defensive system Shanahan is implementing here, with a good reputation throughout the league, lol.

Being a Hall of Fame quality DB means very little to me in qualifications to be a GM. I'd much rather a candidate that has been working his way up for the last decade.
And how is implementing that defence working out? I'd be willing to bet that Lynch talked Kyle into running that defense. Because we were pretty aggressive trying to get Fangio back until we were denied by the Bears. How is his Warren Sapp, Ronde Barber and Derrick Brooks picks working out? All misses.
Hope Lynch turns it around I just don't want his inexperience costing us Kyle.
Okay, the record is mixed. My point, is that he is not merely "a talking head." He is a football guy who knows football. There's no debating that. Whether he will be a brilliant general manager, The jury is still out. I think he has the aptitude.
[ Edited by WestCoastForever on Nov 28, 2018 at 4:12 PM ]
Originally posted by BuZzB05:
Fired them the 49ers players. They gave us worst the loss games.

He gets it! Too bad other webzoners don't.
Short yardage run plays. We seem to try to run stretch run plays in short yardage situations.

Thanks Kyle
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