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Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by niketalker23, Jan 21, 2014.
Colbert was sooo good his rookie season. I don't know what happened to him this previous year. Injuries certainly didn't help, but he was misplaying the most basic things. The first play vs AZ really stands out to me. I don't think he makes that mistake and takes the cheese as a rookie.
Yea he’s some cousin once removed
This play was so good. He's on the far hash and closes on the boundary to knock the ball loose. The angle he takes and range are crazy good. I don't understand what the hell happened to Colbert last year.
I know ahkello was lookin like straight buns last year overall but he started playing a lot better in the last four or five games of the season. im not ready to say he doesnt have it yet
i think seeing rashard robinson fall off so dramatically in his sophomore year has left us feeling bitter and quicker to throw the book at a young DB
But just like coach singletary, I want winners. (Or please make Colbert good again)
If i recall correctly, they called this a catch smh
I was ready to praise Lynch for signing Verrett to a one-year, 'prove it' deal but I really need that second year as a team option. The whole point is SF is gambling that Verrett will somehow stay healthy and be a productive counterpart to Sherm. If that's the case in '19, the 49ers should think about and want the leverage on his rights for 2020. Otherwise why even gamble on him showin' out like the '15 Pro Bowl season.
isnt that the whole point of a prove it deal?
If Verrett in fact avoids injury and shows out like 2015, where does that leave you next offseason? He hits the market again and you likely can't afford him with Sherm on the books through 2020.
Unless SF plans to win the division now, I'd like to think about the near future.
So Vee Bell confirmed we went after him, and that it was a 2 man race with us and the Jets in the end.
We offered him a 3 year $38 mil contract (majority guaranteed, did not give those details). Not going backwards but knowing what we now know, would you rather Bell at the price above, or Tevin on the cheap deal we got him for?
1. Gimme Coleman
2. AB, Odell, Mack now Bell we've literally been “#2” in all the marquee acquisitions and trades. I don’t even wanna hear it anymore. Either we got someone or we didn’t. In reality it’s jus Ls being piled up.
Whether we tried to get someone and failed or not even attempt to reach out to some one... Fans will always complain, it’s a lose lose
Current Estimated Team Cap Space
Player Position Age 2018 Team Contract
Jordan Matthews WR 26 Patriots 1 Year @ TBA
Jason Verrett CB 27 Chargers 1 Year @ 3.6M APY
Tevin Coleman HB 25 Falcons 2 Years @ 4.2M APY
Kwon Alexander LB 24 Buccaneers 4 Years @ 13.5M APY
David Mayo LB 25 Panthers TBA
Jonathan Brown K 26 Bengals 2 Years @ 540k APY
What bout Dee Ford?
Shaq barrett signed for 1 year, 5M with the bucs. I thought he would get more
Been thinking Miami moves up in the draft. Now, with Teddy back in NO and Tanny gone it’s time to move out of 2. Imo
nah, we want bosa
Nah they need to trade for Rosen.
I have this weird feeling Niners may take Quinnen instead of Bosa.
No! You get out of here with that!!
I'm with you, I really want to see how scary this defense would be with Bosa commanding double teams on one side, and Ford and Buckner wreaking havoc everywhere else. But Quinnen has some incredible ability as well and has a unique blend of speed, agility, and power much like Aaron Donald. My question is, what are the Niners' true plans for Solomon Thomas? And will what they plan to do with Sully factor in to their decision to go with one over the other?
If this dude was healthy, he'd be a perennial all-pro CB