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PostPosted: Wed Jan 22, 2014 2:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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49ers have paid Donatell almost like a DC and have done similarly with others. Big reason why it's probably NFL's highest-compensated staff.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 22, 2014 3:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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49ers have paid Donatell almost like a DC and have done similarly with others. Big reason why it's probably NFL's highest-compensated staff.


Exactly why Harbaugh is going nowhere. He will get paid.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 22, 2014 3:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, and I like how we pay our positional coaches so they won't be anywhere else. Well, not like they let Donatell go anywhere last year as it was Laughing .
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Not only does Fangio's defense play lights out a lot, but you can actually see guys developing and getting better. I can't wait to see what they can do with a guy as talented as Tank and am still intrigued by what Okoye might do with a whole year to learn from our coaching staff. I'll hate it when/if we lose some of our defensive position coaches.
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big9erfan wrote:
Not only does Fangio's defense play lights out a lot, but you can actually see guys developing and getting better. I can't wait to see what they can do with a guy as talented as Tank and am still intrigued by what Okoye might do with a whole year to learn from our coaching staff. I'll hate it when/if we lose some of our defensive position coaches.



Okoye is very intriguing. He has been on the IR, but he has been healthy for a while, now. I bet he has learned a lot already, being a smart guy. If his intelligence and athletic abilities can translate, he could replace Dobbs. I was the first guy to doubt TJE last year, and this year he was my first cut before even playing a preseason game, but wow, was I wrong about him. He's a terrific back-up and I'd be very comfortable with him spot starting in case of injuries. RayMac, Justin, Tank, Ian Williams, Dorsey, TJE and Okoye. A lot to love, there.

Nothing needs to be said about our LBs developping into the best unit in the NFL. Our secondary has had many unfortunate injuries. Culliver, Brown and Roger. Although no corner has been truly dominant this year, our pass D has been strong anyway. Just imagine what a potentially dominant Culliver could bring to our defense. Our safeties have played lights out for the most part. If Cully could lock down one side of the field, we could be even scarier.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 22, 2014 7:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yep, he's the one CB that has no problem getting physical with WRs at the LOS. Since we run a lot of cover 2 man, it makes no sense to play so soft at times. We get beat the LOS, that's fine as the safeties would be right there to help. That is what makes Seattle's defense so good. They have a safety in Thomas who could cover so much ground, and the CBs challenge you on every play.

LCB=Culliver
RCB=Dennard
NB=Brock

Shift Dennard Inside on nickel siuations and we have ourselves the best defense in football!

But really, I think if we go CB, it will be a bigger one with high potential. This Nebraska kid is intriguing as well as the one from Utah.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 23, 2014 12:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So we got our answer in who our OC will be if Roman leaves:

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One source said moving Mangini to quarterbacks coach and promoting quarterbacks coach Geep Chryst to offensive coordinator was an option for coach Jim Harbaugh’s reshuffling of the coaching staff if the 49ers lost offensive coordinator Greg Roman. The source said he does not believe Harbaugh plans to make any changes.


http://www.csnbayarea.com/49ers/sources-mangini-considered-qbs-coach
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J-ALL-DAY wrote:
So we got our answer in who our OC will be if Roman leaves:

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One source said moving Mangini to quarterbacks coach and promoting quarterbacks coach Geep Chryst to offensive coordinator was an option for coach Jim Harbaugh’s reshuffling of the coaching staff if the 49ers lost offensive coordinator Greg Roman. The source said he does not believe Harbaugh plans to make any changes.


http://www.csnbayarea.com/49ers/sources-mangini-considered-qbs-coach

beat me

lol at this too. we have guys complaining about geep and what he has done with kap... not much
then we might get mangini there who is a defensive guy
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This is definitely odd and doesn't make too much sense.
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J-ALL-DAY wrote:
This is definitely odd and doesn't make too much sense.

the only thing that would make sense is that we run more of a collaborative thing with everybody helping
cuzz if not wtf is mangini going to do to help kap Laughing
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I have no idea what the hell Mangini even does for this team aside from having Harbaugh waste a lot of timeouts on some terrible challenges Laughing .
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49ers Finest wrote:
J-ALL-DAY wrote:
This is definitely odd and doesn't make too much sense.

the only thing that would make sense is that we run more of a collaborative thing with everybody helping
cuzz if not wtf is mangini going to do to help kap Laughing


Well, he was a pretty good defensive coach, and I believe he started out as a secondary coach. Maybe he can sort of give Kaep an inside look at what defense are trying to do to stop him, and maybe even help him read defenses better.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 23, 2014 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kikuchiyo wrote:
49ers Finest wrote:
J-ALL-DAY wrote:
This is definitely odd and doesn't make too much sense.

the only thing that would make sense is that we run more of a collaborative thing with everybody helping
cuzz if not wtf is mangini going to do to help kap Laughing


Well, he was a pretty good defensive coach, and I believe he started out as a secondary coach. Maybe he can sort of give Kaep an inside look at what defense are trying to do to stop him, and maybe even help him read defenses better.


This is the weakest part of Kaep's game. In fact, one could say when it comes to reading Defenses, Kaep is illiterate! Laughing

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 23, 2014 8:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Defensive guys often end up offensive coach at some point, it wouldn't be an isolated event. For instance, I remember a former defensive back who later became our QB coach and then offensive coordinator. His name was Jim Hostler.
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rudyZ wrote:
Defensive guys often end up offensive coach at some point, it wouldn't be an isolated event. For instance, I remember a former defensive back who later became our QB coach and then offensive coordinator. His name was Jim Hostler.


Well he does have a SB ring.
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