I think we’ll draft a player with over the top ability. but I completely agree...Sanders is a perfect fit for the offense. I don’t suspect he’ll have a huge statistical season because all of the other weapons but he’ll help win games.Yep. Move dem chains. We aren’t an over-the-top offense anymore, so the more reliable intermediate weapons, the better.
Didn't say it was my preference, but word is we're completely enamored with Delpit. Need? no. Value meets pick though. And we've seen our team accumulate a ton of DBs before.I learned a very long time ago that even picking a player position in the draft is foolish, much less an individual player in the first round.
As an LSU fan, I'd be very disappointed in that selection with Jenkins in the fold for at least 2 years and probably 3.
Safety is going the way of the running back in the draft, rarely seeing a first rounder being picked.
Why would we want a SS who struggles with tackling when we currently have two SS who can tackle? If we get a safety it should be someone to replace Marcus Williams at FS.Didn't say it was my preference, but word is we're completely enamored with Delpit. Need? no. Value meets pick though. And we've seen our team accumulate a ton of DBs before.
Personally, at this point, seeing what we've done in Free Agency, I'd go for a LB, QB, TE, WR, CB, OL, or DL... pretty much anything other than safety. But like I said in my first post. My gut feeling tells me Delpit is in play.
If they draft Delpit, that would be the reason. Marcus Williams has 1 year left on his deal, and if he's up and down and they feel Delpit is BPA they have a rangy Single High Safety waiting in the wings. They've drafted for a year ahead before. (Ram when Strief was still on the roster)Why would we want a SS who struggles with tackling when we currently have two SS who can tackle? If we get a safety it should be someone to replace Marcus Williams at FS.
I did.Of all the available FAs, how many had Emmanuel Sanders as their #1 priority? Not just a WR2, but Sanders specifically. And now he’s ours!!! Mickey is killing it.
True, but not what I was trying to get at. Samuel is a young kid. He’s a stud. He blossomed as the year continued. They have one hell of a WR, for a very long time. Sanders is all you say and then some. I’m really happy we signed him. He’s also 33 years old. My point was simply that 49er fans should be very happy to have a guy like Deebo, in spite of Sanders’ departure.Yeah but their offense didn't take off until they traded for Sanders. Sanders made them go!
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