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Originally posted by Heroism:


Yes sir
while I would love AB...I think there's some very good WRs that will be sitting around at 36. win win
Originally posted by NYniner85:
while I would love AB...I think there's some very good WRs that will be sitting around at 36. win win

+1
Originally posted by 49ers808:
Originally posted by NYniner85:
while I would love AB...I think there's some very good WRs that will be sitting around at 36. win win

+1

True but unless they're a flat out rookie of the year candidate how many have come in the 2nd round and dominated/contributed from what we need day one? Especially in a complex system like Kyle's? Boldin in 03' is the one I can name off the top of my head that dominated from day one, I still remember him destroying the Lions I believe his first game for like over 200 yds. Funny how it's 2019 and the lions STILL have a s**t secondary
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Originally posted by NYniner85:
while I would love AB...I think there's some very good WRs that will be sitting around at 36. win win

That is where I am very conflicted.

Do we get AB for three, maybe four years in exchange for a couple of picks that could be very good players for 6-10 years?
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by NYniner85:
while I would love AB...I think there's some very good WRs that will be sitting around at 36. win win

That is where I am very conflicted.

Do we get AB for three, maybe four years in exchange for a couple of picks that could be very good players for 6-10 years?

Same here, my only concern is A.B is proven against NFL elites. Rookie WRs although great intriguing prospects, we still don't know how successful they will be against NFL elites. It baffles me but I'll be happy with either A.B, Deebo, Ridley or M.Brown not in any particular order if we get a chance to get one of them.
Originally posted by dj43:
That is where I am very conflicted.

Do we get AB for three, maybe four years in exchange for a couple of picks that could be very good players for 6-10 years?

The chances of any of these guys being AB is very slim. I'll take AB for the next 2-3 yrs then get another good rookie WR after the fact.

We need some proven vet studs on offense we have a bunch of nothing...even our QB who's making a ton of money is kinda a unknown. Let's make life easier for him.

Jimmy has to show he's got it this upcoming yr AB can help with that
Deebo is going to be a stud in the NFL. I've listened to him get interviewed and the kid sounds like he's well grounded, not a diva. The niner brain trust should have him high on their board come draft day.
Originally posted by eastie:
Deebo is going to be a stud in the NFL. I've listened to him get interviewed and the kid sounds like he's well grounded, not a diva. The niner brain trust should have him high on their board come draft day.

Agree. He's my favorite WR for this offense

Originally posted by NYniner85:

Pettis and Deebo
I think Metcalf is the best for any offense. But Deebo looks amazing
Originally posted by HarboutTHAT:
I think Metcalf is the best for any offense. But Deebo looks amazing

This. I want Deebo since Metcalf should be long gone.
Assuming we use our 2nd round pick on a WR, I think a lot of us are leaning towards Deebo. I'm in that camp as well.

However, it seems like there are a handful of guys I'd be happy with at that spot: AJ Brown, Harmon, Harry, Metcalf, etc. It almost makes me wonder if we could wait until the 3rd and see which is left. Although that could easily backfire.

For me it comes down to, would I rather:

Deebo and Rapp
Or Adderly and Ridley

I'm thinking Deebo but it's close...
10" hands for Deebo. Pretty good for a guy that is under 6' tall.
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