Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by J_R, Apr 16, 2010.
Jay_Glazer Ted ginn just traded to 49ers for a late-round pick in this year's draft!
I'm not sure I get this. OK, Ginn hasn't turned out to be what they'd hoped for (foolishly hoped for, IMO), but why not give the guy a shot at lining up opposite Brandon Marshall? He might be the perfect complementary WR.
I agree. In my eyes Ginn is basically the same player as Jacoby Jones. Putting a true threat on the opposite side of the field might help him. He will never be a #1 (which is what he was drafted to be), but that doesn't mean you have to give up on him completely.
So now he lines up with Crabtree?
Yes sir. 'Sho do.
They had a need because, IIRC, Isaac Bruce hung 'em up last year and I think the cupboard was pretty bare outside of Crabtree.
Carbtree and Ginn have the potential to be a great pair at WR, but...um...who gets them the ball? Alex Smith? Carr?
Yeah. IMO, they have one of the more "non-good" QB situations in the league.
5th round pick for Ginn.
If he is there!
no, the 49ers traded a fifth for Ted Ginn
This offseason proves why you should never draft a WR with a high draft pick. They can be had from other teams for dirt cheap.
Focus on QB's, QB protectors, and QB attackers.
So that makes Andre what, the exception that proves the rule?
That's true. Buffalo may take him.
Tebow? If the 49ers were smart...
Don't know how Tebow and San Francisco would work though.
That makes us lucky as *******
Charles Rodgers was the one detroit picked, right? The one repaying, jail, etc?
Sorry, I replied to the wrong quote.
Yeah - you were talking about Clausen making it down to the Niners.
I doubt it happens either.
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