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  1. PATRIOT64

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    Now we have even more reason to cheer loud and strong for San Fran to lose and lose often this year,For every loss San Fran has it moves us closer to the upper part of the draft board.

    I still think SF wil get 9 wins or more but if Alex Smith or Frank Gore are out for any period of time that record will likely lessen as the 49ers have absolutely no depth behind QB and RB.

    How do you think Goodell or everyone that despises us now would feel if the Patriots get a #5 to #10 pick in next years draft?

    The Patriots would probably use the high pick to trade down to a team for a lower pick and bargain hard to grab that teams second to make up for the lost pick - That would allow for us to vitually lose nothing because of this punishment,especially if the team we trade with has a decent high up the board 2nd draft spot.

    We NEED to cheer LOUDLY for TWO teams EVERY week now - The Patriots and whoever is playing the Niners. - You have to think the FO is already thinking of ways to plot against the screw job Goodell gave us.

    After all if you are pitting a chess game between Belichick and Goodell,then everytime I would bet on Belichick to checkmate.

    Its a wonder when Goodell made this punishment to the Patriots that he did not say that it was O.K. for only San Francisco to be allowed have a cameraman on the sidelines recording opposing defensive signals this year to spite us :cool:
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    As long as Alex is under center, SF ain't going anywhere.

    BTW-their "overhyped 46 D" Nolan assembled stinks too.
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    They would have lost to Arizona if the stupid Cardinals had a clue - unfortunately they get the Rams this week with no Pace and both starting CB out.
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    Stephen Jackson gets 130 yards and the Rams win a low scoring game,My guess

    You just don't knockout Jackson 2 games in a row-its been a while since that happened
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    I'm not so sure about that. I don't think he's all that bad, and he's getting better. Unfortunately.
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    I actually don't mind the 49er's... but now I REALLY want them to tank this year.
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    we get top 10 pick, trade down to pick up 2 #'1s.
    :singing: :singing: :singing: :singing:
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    I take it you didn't watch the 9ers this monday. Their offense was downright terrible.
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    You know, having a pick high in the first round isn't necessarily better than in the lower half. What if your wishes come true and the 49ers go 2-14? We pick first overall and owe that college player $30 million in guranteed money. I'd rather draft lower in the first round and pay the athlete a sensible amount of money, e.g. Maroney. The risk/reward ratio is very nice around picks #20-32.

    As for Alex Smith, he led a game-winning touchdown drive at the end of the fourth quarter. The pass to the 1-yard line was very nice and it would have been a touchdown if the reciever hadn't fumbled forward into the end zone.

    St. Louis will draw dead again this week. 49ers 21, Rams 10
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    He wasn't better last week. With a new OC there's no guarantee he even stays the same, he could easily go backwards.
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    You can always trade down. Maybe not a monster deal but you can trade down. Especially this year with what looks to be a strong draft especially at the top.
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    This new OC ain't Norv Turner, and his new QB coach ain't Pep Hamilton either.
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    Believe it or not, Dallas will likely have the 1st overall pick(assuming Cleveland goes 0-16, which is likely)-looks like McFadden will be in their laps(although I prefer Jerry and Wade to draft an NT).
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    How do you figure it won't be better than a lower first round pick - Are you stupid?

    If a team, say the Dolphins finishes about 14th spot in the draft board and they want QB Brahm (spelled right?) - They negotiate with the Pats who at your 2-14 SF record example makes NE end up with the #1 or #2 pick,The Dolphins then give us their second rounder and thier spot in the first for our spot atop the top of the 1st round draft list - We then get their 14th pick and the Dolphins second draft choice ofr the #1 or #2 spot in return - Got it?
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    The argument that it's not good to pick near the top of the draft is ridiculous. We're not the Cardinals here, we're the f*cking New England Patriots. Are you telling me a Calvin Johnson or Patrick Willis wouldn't be a big boost to this franchise?
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    Atlanta is bad too - Joey Harrington as main QB all year? :eek: :eek:
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    The team would probably not take the pick if it were in the top 5 because it would definately hurt cap space,NE does not like to spend BIG on rookies,prefer to keep the vets happy instead and let the rookies show something for a few years before giving them a big contract (Warren this year e.g.)
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    How do you know BB and Pioli don't like to spend big money on a rookie? Seymour is the only top 10 pick they've made. Don't make stupid assumptions.
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    Don't expect New England to be dumb and give a top 5 player a 5 year contract for $30 million dollars or so like some teams do - In New England you SHOW WHAT you are worth BEFORE you get paid the big dollars,They did not pay Seymour huge money until he proved himself years later

    Thats why this team is not in salary cap hell year in and year out and would not likely keep a high draft pick unless its a player that is way too resistable too pass up for some reason .

    If you want NE to spend stupid big money on a player coming out of college without proving himself in the big leagues then you have the wrong team to cheer for - Our FO does not jump into a pool without checking to see if there is water in it,you prove yourself then you get paid if you are not greedy and demand ridiculous cash like Asante or Branch
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    Nothing personal to the 49ers fans, but yeah, I wouldn't mind if that team lost a fair share of games this season. :D

    Here is what their schedule looks like:

    Regular Season
    Mon 9/10 Arizona W 20-17
    Sun 9/16 at St. Louis 1:00 pm
    Sun 9/23 at Pittsburgh 1:00 pm
    Sun 9/30 Seattle 4:05 pm
    Sun 10/7 Baltimore 4:15 pm
    bye
    Sun 10/21 at NY Giants 1:00 pm
    Sun 10/28 New Orleans 4:15 pm
    Sun 11/4 at Atlanta 1:00 pm
    Mon 11/12 at Seattle 8:30 pm
    Sun 11/18 St. Louis 4:15 pm
    Sun 11/25 at Arizona 4:05 pm
    Sun 12/2 at Carolina 1:00 pm
    Sun 12/9 Minnesota 4:05 pm
    Sat 12/15 Cincinnati 8:15 pm
    Sun 12/23 Tampa Bay 8:15 pm
    Sun 12/30 at Cleveland 1:00 pm
    All Times Eastern

    Not a whole lot of gimmes in that schedule.
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