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  1. 49ers Agree to contract with Jimmy G

    The TE decision might have been Baalke's. I'm sure if given the choice, Harbaugh would have loved to keep Delanie around. Although, Delanie probably wouldn't have had the same production had he stayed. He has always had the talent, just never had the opportunity until he became a #1 in Tennessee.
  2. The Reuben Foster Legal File Thread

    In her defense, with busted eardrums, maybe she never heard Reuben politely and calmly ask her to leave...
  3. The Reuben Foster Legal File Thread

    In truth, I wouldn't be surprised at all if there was a deal behind all this. This is good for our team, because we get to keep a great player, but I think Reuben needs to have an even shorter leash now. He's managed to make this go away, or at least it's looking this way. But he's still an immature moron. Hopefully he has learned and grown from this experience. If he leads an exemplary life from now on, it will be great for our franchise, but more importantly, for him.
  4. 49ers Agree to contract with Jimmy G

    I'd love it if we had a #1 WR, a true elite guy, but that guy doesn't have to be big to have a huge impact. Antonio Brown isn't big, but he's a game-changer. A small elite WR will be just as good at making catches, just as good at catching TDs, and everything. Talent is more important than size. Sure, an elite WR who has size is nice. But that's like having a girlfriend who is also a great cook. It's not necessarily what you look for, but if it happens, then great! But not all the greatest girlfriends can cook. And as all my girlfriends said before giggling, size doesn't matter.
  5. 49ers Agree to contract with Jimmy G

    I think that Pee-Air (do not try, it hurts) being a good option opposite Marquise will make his life easier. I expect Jimmy to share the wealth, and not necessarily focus on his best receiver. I don't expect Goodwin to be a near 1000 yards receiver again next year, but I don't expect Garçon to have a monster year either. They'll both have decent years, with a heavy sprinkling of Trent Taylor, and a good chunk of passing yards going to McJuice (can that be the nickname of our backfield?). Add in guys like Pettis and Kittle, there's just too many weapons for any one guy to have a "monster" year". I want our offense as a whole to have a monster year.
  6. New Forum - New Random

    TMI, indeed.
  7. Saints Mark Ingram suspended 4 games

    I wonder if some veterans aren't just getting caught on purpose just to get a 4 weeks vacation, then end the season strong and hopefully play 3-4 playoffs games with stronger legs.
  8. Draft day 2 - Official discussion thread

    I would have taken Obo, personally. He's one of the very guys in this class that intrigued me. I loved his hands.
  9. If McG is indeed a 20-30 type prospect, I think it was just Lynch practicing drafting in the 20s-30s (hopefully he'll be drafting at 32 a few times). You know, you don't want to draft there without practice. When you're not used to it, you end up with guys like Kentwan Balmer or AJ Jenkins. So, next year we'll be drafting something like 21, and the year after 32, so now Lynch knows what kind of guy he can get there. He's thinking ahead, guys. The man has a plan!
  10. 49ers cut Zane beadles

    John Lynch for Hall of Fame. This is an A+ offseason.
  11. Around the NFL

    I wouldn't be surprised if Brown had a great year. Contract year, lots to prove, has the skills, plus, blocking for Brady isn't all that hard. The guy just finds ways of getting rid of the ball before anyone can touch him. When we played them in 2012, it was frustrating just how many sacks he avoided, sometimes just by throwing it at the feet of his RB. They have a great OL coach, and Brady and Belichik, so I'm sure they'll play to the OL's strengths, and to Brown's strengths. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if he made the probowl. And I still wouldn't feel bad about the trade.
  12. New Forum - New Random

    Yeah, but he has never really been discussed as the best. Had Joe Thomas not been this good this long, would people have talked about Staley more? I'm not sure. I never really saw him in the elite tier of LT. More like a very very good player, but a notch below the greats. We see how good he can be, because we watch him every game, but does he really have league-wide recognition? On the other hand, he should be in the HoF for his celebrations alone. He's a legend.
  13. Around the NFL

    Or maybe they're just looking to extend him for cheaper than what the fifth year option would give him. One of our beat writers said that we were looking into an extension for Laken Tomlinson, just after not picking up his option. We can probably get a two or three year deal for Tomlinson for half of what he'd make in the fifth year. Maybe the Broncos have a similar situation with Ray.
  14. New Forum - New Random

    I don't know. Getting in as a T seems like a complete popularity contest. There's no real stat that can get you in. It's not like being top 5 all-time in yards or in TDs. All you can go on is probowls and all-pro selections. In other words, you have to be consistently recognized as one of the best. I don't know that Joe has been consistently been recognized as such. He had a slow start, then great years, then down years, and now he has the potential for a couple of good years. I don't think that's enough. I love Joe. I need more Joe in my life. But he's not a hall of famer, I think. I need the Joe Show to become a weekly 30 minute program. I need a Joe Podcast. Someone also needs to create joestaleyhilariousgifs.com.