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danny18


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2005 7:55 pm    Post subject: niners offense of team next season Reply with quote

QB- Tim Ratty
(Give Him A year..He he doesnt do well Lets Get Matt in Next year draft)

RB-Barlow and Carnell Williams switchin on and off
(if niner trader there first pick wit charger or dallas)

WR's-Mike Williams or Edwards
(if niner trader there first pick wit charger or dallas)

WR's-lloyd-woods-wilson (Lloyd and Woods needs to step up)

TE- Eric Johnson

LT- Kwame Harris

LG- Eric Heitmann

C- Jeremy Newberry (The Line will Be much improve i hope)

RG- Justin Smiley

RT- Scott Gragg

TELL ME WHAT U GUYZ THINK..WHAT WOULD U CHANGE
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CrackLaden


Joined: 22 Jan 2005
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2005 4:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cut Scott Gragg. Either sign a FA to play RT, or if you can work the trade down, draft Jammal Brown. Also need to replace Heitmann at LG...I think Heitmann and Kosier would be valuable backups who could start if necessary. Not really possible to get Cadillac and Mike Williams or Braylon Edwards. If we're going to get someone to platoon with Barlow (which I like) I say sign Chester Taylor from Baltimore...reasonably priced. Offense should therefore look like this:

QB
Tim Rattay--Ken Dorsey
RB
Kevan Barlow--Chester Taylor
FB
Fred Beasley--Terry Jackson
TE
Eric Johnson--Aaron Walker
WR
Rashaun Woods (#1)--Brandon Lloyd (#2)--Cedrick Wilson (slot)--Arnaz Battle--Derrick Hamilton
OT
Kwame Harris--FA or draft choice
OG
Justin Smiley--FA or draft choice
C
Jeremy Newberry

(Kosier and Heitmann backups on OL)
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nor*cal09


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2005 1:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote:
Give Him A year..He he doesnt do well Lets Get Matt in Next year draft)


you say it like we are assured the #1 pick next year. NO ist's not gonna happen we are going to get stuck with a #6 through 15 next year and have no shot at a franchise QB we must draft Rodgers this year.
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danny18


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2005 6:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We can maybe trade up if we get a pick between the 6 and 15 in 2006
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Montana168


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2005 9:08 pm    Post subject: san fran offense Reply with quote

ok heres what i think san fran's offense should look like next year..

QB: Tim Rattay (he looked good in those couple of games when he subbed for Garcia, but he had the talent around him then , and he needs that to be great now)

RB: Barlow and draft pick or FA (barlow needs a line to be great)

WR: Williams or Edwards (we need one of these guys in the draft , our other receivers are good but not great , we need a new TO with out the negative media attetion)

WR: Lloyd and Woods (they will fill the no. 2 and no. 3 spots perfectly)

TE: Eric Johnson

OT: FA or draft

OG: FA or draft

C: newberry

(everyone on our starting offensive line are great backups not starters)

if you hav any suggestions or concerns let me know
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nor*cal09


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 15, 2005 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WOW aside from Johnson and Newberry I tottaly disagree with everything Lloyd and Woods are fine at 1 and 2 wr's Rattay had 3 good games in his career and 2 were against the cardinals Barlows gone by march 1st

QB: Aaron Rodgers reasons obvious our situation now is horrible.

RB: (Shaun Alexander not gonna happen) I say the best runningback available in the draft either Ciatrick or Ronnie Brown and let hicks start the season at #1

wr 1: Lloyd breakout year upcomming

wr 2: Woods 500 to 700 yards good #2

te: Johnson do I need to explain

Kwame Harris and Newberry
rest of Line needs major reconstructive surgery.
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CrackLaden


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 2:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

nor*cal09 wrote:
Rattay had 3 good games in his career and 2 were against the cardinals


Excellent knowledge...<cough> Rolling Eyes

Rattay didn't play the 2nd game against the Cards. And for what it's worth, he has 12 career starts, 3 of them in the offense he studied that we are now returning to, and his numbers through 12 starts are better than Peyton Manning's. Perhaps a chance to operate the offense he learned for 3 years with a supporting cast better than the pile of sh*t we had last year is in order.
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nor*cal09


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

how many TD'ds he throw this year 10 roughly? hes a 6 year vet Peyton was a rookie yeah thats a good comparison.
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CrackLaden


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 6:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nor*cal09 wrote:
how many TD'ds he throw this year 10 roughly? hes a 6 year vet Peyton was a rookie yeah thats a good comparison.


Rattay's not a 6 year vet...he's a 4 year vet. And he studied the West Coast Offense for 3 seasons behind Jeff Garcia, and then when he got the chance to start, it was in Tollner's spread offense. Now we're going back to the WCO. It's all about actually playing...when Rattay got the chance to start, his numbers were better. And Manning had a quality offensive line and Marvin Harrison. This isn't suggesting that he will be better than Manning, because he won't. But it does mean that he certainly warrants more playing time, particularly now that we're back to the WCO.
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MNorona


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 7:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

QB- Tim Rattay

RB-Barlow and Ciatrick Fason (rookie from Florida...might sink to third round)

WR's-Lloyd (#1), Woods (#2), Mark Clayton [might sink down to 2nd round] (slot), Wilson (#4)

TE- Eric Johnson

LT- Stockar McDougal

LG- Justin Smiley

C- Jeremy Newberry

RG- Cosey Coleman

RT- Alex Barron (trade down in draft with some top 10 pick)
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