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sandtrap

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sandtrap last won the day on October 18 2012

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  1. What exactly do you not like about these particular resignings? I would argue that the vast majority of them were good resignings. Good: Ryan Julio Matthews Grady Debo Questionable: Trufant Freeman (Coming off the super bowl run and the season he had it would be hard to argue against it but I didn't like the signing because I felt we were overpaying for the previous seasons work)
  2. The answer to your question is no. Kyle already had a commitment in place to be HC for 49ers. Also you don’t fire the HC (Quinn) after he got to the Super Bowl, especially by trying to convince the OC who is on the way out to stay and take his job. This wouldn’t be thinking outside the box, this would be utter stupidity.
  3. You say things like this now but had we fired Quinn and promoted KS after the sb everyone would’ve been up in arms.
  4. But you’ll waste your time on this pathetic franchise and it’s message board?
  5. I personally can’t remember a more critical whiff on a blitz pick up than Freeman’s nonexistent one in the SB. I’d pick anyone else over him.
  6. My preference would be to to prioritize resigning Hoop and also go ahead and lock up Koo as he’s not expensive and proved himself his season. If Campbell is at all reasonable, resign him. If not let him walk. Beasley is the same. I’m sure someone will pay him because of his one magical year but if there are no takers bring him back on a cheap deal as a situational pass rusher. Basically, Beasley and Campbell can go but I’d like to keep Hooper and Koo.
  7. Can’t imagine Blank demanding that we keep Koetter. I think Blank likely wanted to hear out Quinn’s plans for next year if he were retained and those plans included keeping Koetter to eliminate the need for the offense to learn to work with a new OC.
  8. Believe MM didn’t get a fair shake because of the injuries and need for a scapegoat. Think RM will do well as DC though.
  9. He’s somewhere between overlooked and underrated. An argument could be made for either side. I do like the rapport that he’s built with Ryan though. Not sure another TE could come in and replicate that right away. Unless another receiver becomes a go to target I think it’s important to keep him. Of course only within reasonable means but still think we need to keep him. If teams blanket Julio like they do e need a reliable safety valve.
  10. What would make you think that? It’s pretty asinine to expect the same changes after a year of working together and having the chance to build on what worked and didn’t work.
  11. Possibly, but I’d prefer leaving Ryan with the continuity of a second year with Dirk over starting over again with someone else. Our window ain’t getting bigger.
  12. This was his first year with this group of guys. I for one think he’ll be a better OC next year than this year.
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