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  1. How is Kendricks a shell of himself? Where is this coming from?
  2. Thanks for the name. A good article on how Ryans/Kocurek schemed well regardless of the talent that they had in SF: https://www.ninersnation.com/2022/1/5/22867303/san-francisco-49ers-demeco-ryans-kris-kocurek-creative-pass-rush
  3. I think that will depend on the coach and direction of the team. Living in Chicago I see a lot of Bears games, and Fields was really held back by Nagy, as expected. He flashed several times and with a new FO and coaching staff I think he can still be a really good QB. I'm not going to worry about the Lions if Jared Goff is the QB. Bigger picture - none of these teams are scary in the next 2 years, and the Vikings should try to get ahead and make the others chase them.
  4. I was just thinking about that with the presser this morning.
  5. I still think Fields is going to pan out and be good starter for the Bears. That said, I don't think that's something that should drive the Vikings' decision making process.
  6. Demeco Ryans can be that guy. I've been carrying on about this across threads, but the 49ers staff is so appealing for so many reasons. Bring all of that NFCW success to the midwest.
  7. some choice language in here (nsfw), but this is what I'm talking about with adaptability and creativity:
  8. I want someone flexible/adaptable. The "my way or the highway" or "smartest guy in the room" attitude makes things more challenging than they should be, even if said coach is forward thinking/an innovator. I agree with the sentiments above, but wanted to throw that out there.
  9. I'd really like to see them steal as much of the 49ers staff as possible. They seem to be very good at identifying and utilizing flexible, adaptable talent. I feel like the offense is already set up to have that kind of success with the pieces that they have, and I think there are some additional players like Osborn and Nwangwu that might find another level with the right creativity. I don't want to see them tear the whole thing down, because I think there's still good years left for most of the key players. Perhaps a group of younger guys that already work well together can maximize the
  10. This feels right to me. Both the 49ers and the Browns have had dominant DLs, and built strong OLs over the past 10 years.
  11. You needed to change the proposed scenario to discredit it. He said a QB fell to 12, meaning the other selections have already been made, and was considering whether or not a QB needy team would be willing to jump up to get him. If you don't think it would happen that's fine. You just sound super arrogant right now.
  12. If you need to be right that badly... Have a great day.
  13. Because he fell to 12. That's the scenario proposed.
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