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Originally posted by random49er:
Huh? You said/suggested he wouldn't be going to Florida to train with his brother if his hamstring wasn't fine.

Obviously I disagree. What's more to be said? Clear it up or let it go as just another silly comment.

The articles states he's training with Joey and his S&T coach Todd Rice...the same guy who helped Joey when he pulled a hammy his rookie yr, they worked on flexibility and explosion. Since Joey started working with him and got a routine, he has not had any soft-tissue injuries. Nick will be working with Rice and plans to be 100%.

IMO If his hammy was a serious issue right now he'd be recovering, not working out. I saw a video of nick running around with the team dog earlier last week on insta live. Looks fine.

Not sure what you think he's dealing with, but it sounds like nothing more than a tight hammy from not working out for a while then going full out.

There's nothing to clear up, I stated all this previously you just decided to jump in and make some negative comment because that's your thing with me, especially with this subject.
[ Edited by NYniner85 on Jun 20, 2019 at 10:59 AM ]
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Originally posted by NYniner85:
The articles stats he's training with Joey and his S&T coach Todd Rice...the same guy who helped Joey when he pulled a hammy his rookie yr. they worked on flexibility and explosion. Since Joey started working with him and got a routine, he has not had any soft-tissue injuries. Nick will be working with Rice and plans to be 100%.

If his hammy was a serious issue right now he'd be recovering, not working out. I saw a video of nick running around with the team dog earlier last week on insta live. Looks fine.

Not sure what you think he's dealing with, but it sounds like nothing more than a tight hammy from not working out then going full out.

There's nothing to clear up, I stated all this previously you just decided to jump in and make some negative comment because that's your thing with me, especially with this subject.

wth. There's a team dog?
Originally posted by random49er:
Huh? You said/suggested he wouldn't be going to Florida to train with his brother if his hamstring wasn't fine.

Obviously I disagree. What's more to be said? Clear it up or let it go as just another silly comment.

Edit:
Originally posted by NYniner85:
nah he's gonna be good for training camp...he's working out with his brother in FL for a month. IF he was truly hurt he wouldn't be "working out"
Dude is fine.

???

Unless you have some recent "film" of his workouts,....we don't know dude is fine, as injuries can be nagging. We just hope so and we'll find out.

I will agree we won't know 100% until we see him on the field...check it out I CAN agree with you.

My point was you'd have to think if it was a serious hamstring issue he wouldn't be working out over this month he'd be recovering. That doesn't seem to be the case based off that article.
Originally posted by thl408:
wth. There's a team dog?

Sure is lol

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It's a pug? Should be something tough like a tyrannosaurus.
Cool story..,, he sign yet
It's june and there's several 1st round picks still not signed. Included Q.Williams who a lot of ppl on here like to remind everyone that we should've taken him even though he's proved just as much as Bosa up to this point. This isn't an issue until training camp starts
Originally posted by thl408:
It's a pug? Should be something tough like a tyrannosaurus.

Bite your tongue, sir! That is a french bulldog...I own two myself (great dogs especially if you live in the city) nothing worse than someone calling your frenchie a pug
Originally posted by wailers15:
Cool story..,, he sign yet

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Originally posted by random49er:
Originally posted by ronniefreakinlott42:
Originally posted by Giedi:
Rookie Aldon Smith - 14 sacks,

Nick Bosa? - I'm betting he'll get close to Aldon's record - but he won't beat Aldon's rookie sack record.

I'm still of the opinion Aldon Smith was average at best. It was apparent he benefited immensely from cowboy getting double teamed (and holding o linemen regularly).

I'm glad that Cowboy was such a great player for us, but don't blindly assume that a # of other players could have taken Aldon Smith's place and "got there" as often as he did. He wasn't the 1st or the only player to play on the line with Justin.

Aldon's athleticism to finish the job on plays was fully on display over and over. Alot of others close on the QB only to have them get rid of the ball. That's what separates the old Aldon from many others and you just don't get one of those very often. Don't expect the same ceiling out of Bosa,...but don't expect him to be arrested and publicly intoxicated over and over while in his prime either.

I don't see why I can't say he *can* either. Nobody knows - including the coaches - how Bosa is going to handle the NFL and the level of competition yet. That's what pre-season is about. To see what we got. Having said that, again, the difference between a Kerrigan and a Charles Haley or Fred Dean is more mental than physical. Also another factor is how creative Saleh is in getting Bosa in position to do some damage on offenses.

For example, I remember Seifert doing some well timed inside blitzes from the ILB position anticipating the DT (Buckner) being doubled and the LEO (Dean/Haley/Bosa) being chipped by the RB in helping the left tackle. The pass pro rules say that in the case of an inside blitz. the Left OT has to block the ILB and that leaves Bosa/Dean one on one with the RB.

If I was the DC, I'd be moving Bosa to go against the weakest pass protection OLinemen the opposing team has if it's long yardage. For example, if Saleh was going against our OLinemen, I wouldn't hesitate at all in matching up Bosa against any of our Guards or our Center. Matching Bosa against either Staley or McGlinchy would neutralize his effectiveness in my opinion.

Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by random49er:
Originally posted by ronniefreakinlott42:
Originally posted by Giedi:
Rookie Aldon Smith - 14 sacks,

Nick Bosa? - I'm betting he'll get close to Aldon's record - but he won't beat Aldon's rookie sack record.

I'm still of the opinion Aldon Smith was average at best. It was apparent he benefited immensely from cowboy getting double teamed (and holding o linemen regularly).

I'm glad that Cowboy was such a great player for us, but don't blindly assume that a # of other players could have taken Aldon Smith's place and "got there" as often as he did. He wasn't the 1st or the only player to play on the line with Justin.

Aldon's athleticism to finish the job on plays was fully on display over and over. Alot of others close on the QB only to have them get rid of the ball. That's what separates the old Aldon from many others and you just don't get one of those very often. Don't expect the same ceiling out of Bosa,...but don't expect him to be arrested and publicly intoxicated over and over while in his prime either.

I don't see why I can't say he *can* either. Nobody knows - including the coaches - how Bosa is going to handle the NFL and the level of competition yet. That's what pre-season is about. To see what we got. Having said that, again, the difference between a Kerrigan and a Charles Haley or Fred Dean is more mental than physical. Also another factor is how creative Saleh is in getting Bosa in position to do some damage on offenses.

For example, I remember Seifert doing some well timed inside blitzes from the ILB position anticipating the DT (Buckner) being doubled and the LEO (Dean/Haley/Bosa) being chipped by the RB in helping the left tackle. The pass pro rules say that in the case of an inside blitz. the Left OT has to block the ILB and that leaves Bosa/Dean one on one with the RB.

If I was the DC, I'd be moving Bosa to go against the weakest pass protection OLinemen the opposing team has if it's long yardage. For example, if Saleh was going against our OLinemen, I wouldn't hesitate at all in matching up Bosa against any of our Guards or our Center. Matching Bosa against either Staley or McGlinchy would neutralize his effectiveness in my opinion.

Bosa vs Ethan Pocic
Originally posted by Aj_hwd954:
It's june and there's several 1st round picks still not signed. Included Q.Williams who a lot of ppl on here like to remind everyone that we should've taken him even though he's proved just as much as Bosa up to this point. This isn't an issue until training camp starts

Of the 6 1st round picks still not signed 4 are represented by CAA. (Bosa/Jones/White/Burns). Based on previous yrs with these guys and SF a deal isn't gonna get done until training camp (possibly that day).

is what it is. SF should know what to do based on Thomas (has CAA) being the 3rd overall pick.
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Originally posted by Giedi:
I don't see why I can't say he *can* either. Nobody knows - including the coaches - how Bosa is going to handle the NFL and the level of competition yet. That's what pre-season is about. To see what we got. Having said that, again, the difference between a Kerrigan and a Charles Haley or Fred Dean is more mental than physical. Also another factor is how creative Saleh is in getting Bosa in position to do some damage on offenses.

For example, I remember Seifert doing some well timed inside blitzes from the ILB position anticipating the DT (Buckner) being doubled and the LEO (Dean/Haley/Bosa) being chipped by the RB in helping the left tackle. The pass pro rules say that in the case of an inside blitz. the Left OT has to block the ILB and that leaves Bosa/Dean one on one with the RB.

If I was the DC, I'd be moving Bosa to go against the weakest pass protection OLinemen the opposing team has if it's long yardage. For example, if Saleh was going against our OLinemen, I wouldn't hesitate at all in matching up Bosa against any of our Guards or our Center. Matching Bosa against either Staley or McGlinchy would neutralize his effectiveness in my opinion.
With Bosa, DeFo, and Ford, that's three guys with different traits that Saleh should be able to move around and find a favorable matchup. Bosa with strength, Ford with speed, DeFo with a bit of everything.
Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by thl408:
It's a pug? Should be something tough like a tyrannosaurus.

Bite your tongue, sir! That is a french bulldog...I own two myself (great dogs especially if you live in the city) nothing worse than someone calling your frenchie a pug

Had I not been informed, I'd have guessed it was a Boston Terrier, of which we have two, twins in fact. They are called The Velvet Cannonballs, aka Tripping Hazards.
Wouldn't set them on a practice field.
Everyone would be injured immediately. I assume a Frenchie is more spatially aware.
Go Team Dog!!
Originally posted by 5Jan2003:
Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by thl408:
It's a pug? Should be something tough like a tyrannosaurus.

Bite your tongue, sir! That is a french bulldog...I own two myself (great dogs especially if you live in the city) nothing worse than someone calling your frenchie a pug

Had I not been informed, I'd have guessed it was a Boston Terrier, of which we have two, twins in fact. They are called The Velvet Cannonballs, aka Tripping Hazards.
Wouldn't set them on a practice field.
Everyone would be injured immediately. I assume a Frenchie is more spatially aware.
Go Team Dog!!
Well the handle of the insta account at the top is The 49erfrenchie

Our old roommate had a Boston Terrier named Paul Revere ha. Dude was insane and along with our frenchies it was a mad house. No spatial awareness to be had.

love that "the velvet cannonballs" haha that's great and so true.

damn right...go team dog!! lol
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