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  1. Always good to be ahead of the curve on those things. You saw it with a lot of the guys from the Carroll tree who kept running the same thing which got less and less effective while Carroll himself has changed his scheme up and with us you saw Saleh change drastically what we where doing from year to year(we will see how much of that was Saleh's and how much was pushed on him from above). There will always be things we do that come from old Shanahan/Bill Walsh but changing it up is always a good thing. I think personnel plays a big part as wel because we really haven't had a guy that is better
  2. I agree with most of what you say but for me there is a big gap with QB's. You either grab one to be the starter in the first(maybe early second). Or you grab a guy late to hopefully develop. The only reason we know anything about what Beathard is is because he had to play that season and later on. I think he is a fine back-up and i would have been weirdly ok if he was resigned because of that. And yeah he probably he beter than those four but at that point does it really matter if you throw Beathard out there or Peterman? Neither will get you where you want to go so give me the worst one and
  3. Never mind see Barrows confirm it is Pettis.
  4. Solomon was a consensus top pick. Sure he failed but don't think he is the one and Dante was also not really that far from where most people had him ranked. I would say Beathard is the one. Consensus had him late day 3/UDFA and we took him round 3.
  5. Imagine taking that guy in Are you smarter. Makes my draft look worse than it already did.
  6. Ogbongbemiga is a guy that could earn a roster spot on any team just on his special teams value. Was one of the players with the most ST-snaps in the draft.
  7. 8 unlocks 5 and 6 unlocks 4. Don't know what unlocks 2 and 3 start but looking at those i would say 2 and 4 do that.
  8. Outside of Hufanga i had almost all players we drafted around the same spot but in a lot of cases i preferred different options or though they where better scheme fits. So as a whole i like this class but can't say i am totally in love. I like that we seem to be going to more power than speed on offense to counter some of the thing happening in the league which shows we are thinking ahead and are looking to take advantage of what other teams are doing and how we can make that our advantage. Would have preferred to add a taller corner to deal with guys like Metcalf but watching last year Verret
  9. Outside of Hawkins and Toney all where drafted ahead of where i got them and then i believe 4 or 5 of my UDFA's got drafted with Book being the earliest and other going in the sixth.
  10. 1.3 Justin Fields 2.48 Dillon Radunz 3. 102 Jamar Johnson 4. 117 Rashad Weaver 4. 130 Cade Johnson 5. 155 Tay Gowan 5. 172 Stone Forsythe 5. 174 Javian Hawkins 5.180 Shi Smith 7. 233 Amen Ogbongbemiga 7. 249 Drake Jackson
  11. 1.3 Justin Fields 2.48 Dillon Radunz 3. 102 Jamar Johnson 4. 117 Rashad Weaver 4. 130 Cade Johnson 5. 155 Tay Gowan 5. 172 Stone Forsythe 5. 174 Javian Hawkins 5.180 Shi Smith 7. 233 Amen Ogbongbemiga 7. 249
  12. Two longsnappers being drafted is kind of crazy.
  13. Gowan to the Cardinals. Wish he wouldn't have gone to a team in our division.
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