San Francisco 49ers General Thread

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  1. El Gringo

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    That is genius. Love it and I would love to see more teams think outside the box.
     
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    Couple fascinating stories in this largely ignored 49ers thread:

    Left-wing ESPN Lonsman warning that Jimmy G. might stay another season because Trey Lance is "greener" than most people realize?

    Gee, who would've figured a quarterback that only played one season at the 1-AA level, would be "green"? Overhyped a bit, going number #3 overall?

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    Hall of Fame safety, turned uber NFL Caste cuck GM, offered $15 million to go back to broadcasting. Decides he'd rather stay put and screw over current white athletes for "only" $5 million.

    Too bad this clown isn't taking the money and sprinting back to the booth. Enjoyed him as a player; don't like him as a GM. Basically a white version of Jerry Reese (Giants). Collects white offensive lineman, tight ends and fullbacks, but whites need not apply on defense.

    He lucked into getting Nick Bosa #2 overall, who should've been the consensus #1 pick in his class....Lucked into George Kittle, off the charts athlete in round 5. I've always believed Kittle could be a modern day Larry Csonka or Riggins at tailback. He's that powerful and elusive after the catch....He also was lucky to steal Jimmy G. for a 2nd round pick.

    On defense, outside of Bosa, a franchise caliber defender, he despises whites. Only notable whites he's brought in (other than Bosa) are Nate Gerry, Joe Walker and Tony Zettle and all where screwed royally.
     
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    SF should have drafted Mac Jones when they had the chance.
     
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    Man that was a brutal evaluation by Kelly!! I wonder what the 49ers were thinking?
    Chances of being a bust: 100%
     
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    Tbe 49ers had a good team with a solid QB, and traded 2 firsts and a third round pick to move up a few spots in the draft and select Trey Lance. Probably the worst, most inexplicable move in the history of football.
     
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    Nice replies by all. I absolutely agree with EP, S.F. should've drafted Mac Jones. I really thought they would. My guess is Shanahan (as rumored) wanted Jones, but super-cuck Lynch and the 49ers young, silver-spoon raised, left-wing owner wanted a black quota at all costs -- Goy version of the Eagles and Redskins owner?

    My question is why did Lonsman Schefter put forth such an in-depth and clear write-up of the situation? Seems like a high ranking source (HC or GM) in the 49ers organization is feeding him info? Two possible reasons:

    One, as Icsept noted, S.F. traded quite a bit to get Lance and really want him to start as soon as possible, but are not happy what teams are offering for Jimmy G. So, they could be putting out dis-info that Jimmy might not be available if teams don't yield at least a first round pick in return. Basically, they are trying to say they won't give Jimmy away, so pay up?

    Two, they really believe Lance is not ready (or not as good as they thought) and they are trying to put the brakes on the DWF's that have been led to believe that Lance can "walk on water", as ESPN types have been suggesting.
     
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    Lynch and Shanahan capitulated to the fake news sports media mob that was semi-hysterically whining about how "racist" it would be for the first three picks of the draft to be White QBs. They convinced them to take a "second look" at Lance, and once they did that it was pretty much impossible to go back to Jones as the cries of "racism" would have become deafening.
     
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    You guys have to remember that this is the same team that had Collin Kaepernick the BLM Hero.

    San Francisco as a team reflects back to the city. So many teams of this Globohomo Society we live in and the teams must all go along with the propaganda.
     
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    The trade for Lance made no sense to me when it happened and will probably see the 49ers revert to their early to mid 2000s form as one of the worst teams in the league. That team is built for now, not the future. They mortgaged their future away for a quarterback with one year of experienced at the FCS level. His accuracy is questionable and his "upside" would have to be winning a super bowl in the next 2-3 seasons considering the 49ers with Jimmy G have reached the Super Bowl and gone to the NFC Championship game in the two seasons he remained healthy.

    Lance is not Josh Allen or Justin Herbert. He is manufactured hype. The 49ers will not have a first round pick again until 2024 and will be without a 3rd round pick this season. Lynch and Shanahan both tied their job security to Lance. I have to wonder if Shanahan will pull off a similar move as he did with his dad in Washington when they picked up Kirk Cousins in the 4th round after Washington traded away future picks for the Gremlin.
     
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    I read one source that said it was the owner that wanted Lance.
     
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    The 49ers have not been a bad team to root for at all since Shanahan and Lynch took over. Seven Whites starting on offense has been commonplace, including stars George Kittle and the only fullback who gets a decent amount of use, Kyle Juszczyk. Trent Taylor could have been an important part of the offense but he couldn't stay healthy. Can't blame the 49ers for eventually giving up on him. And then there's Nick Bosa on defense, one of the best in the league.

    If they keep Garappolo, or Lance busts as seems likely and they go back to a White QB, they should still be one of the better teams to root for. Of course we'll have to see how their draft and free agent signings go as various teams do a lot of shifting around each year within the narrow parameters of the Caste System's unwritten ironclad rules.
     
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    Deebo Samuel is demanding a trade after a flash-in-the-pan season aggregating stats. I'd love to be smug and attribute this to him knowing Trey Lance sucks and won't get him the ball in his contract year, but apparently he just doesn't like scatback carries and wants to be tackled only by cornerbacks instead of linebackers and safeties. This doesn't strike me as the player profile of someone I'd want to pay big bucks for a long term deal, but the NFL is full of sucker franchises who are happy to shell out. The recent Christian Kirk deal apparently ruffled a lot of feathers of actual half-decent receivers.
     
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    I'm back thanks Leo and The Don of Caste Football.

    Seems DWFs taking the Affletes side, and I guess Cohn made a retaliation video stating his daddy has his back lol, what the?
     
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    The 49ers aren't in any hurry to trade Jimmy G despite his hefty salary. This may be one of the reasons why. It will hardly be a surprise if Lance is a bust. "Arm fatigue" at the age of 22?:

    The Athletic's Ted Nguyen reports a 49ers coach knocked down talk of Trey Lance struggling with "arm fatigue."
    “I’ve never heard anything about that a day in my life," the Niners coach told Nguyen. Sports media personality Colin Cowherd and NFL reporter Mike Silver said during a recent podcast that the 49ers were trying to "rebuild" Lance's throwing motion because of fatigue issues. "He gets arm fatigue. It's not an easy throw. He needs days off, and they're worried about his accuracy," Cowherd said. Silver said there was some concern about Lance's arm health with in the Niners organization. It seems like a non-story, and likely won't be a factor in Kyle Shanahan choosing a starting quarterback for the 2022 season. Lance should be considered the favorite, though Jimmy Garoppolo -- a longtime Shanny favorite -- looms large as training camp approaches.
     
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    why would any HC think of choosing Trey Lance as a starting QB? Especially over Garoppolo? Makes absolutely no sense....
     
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    Umm, maybe to gain relief from some sort of pressure?
     
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    Because signing Cole Beasley would make too much sense:

    49ers signed WR Willie Snead, formerly of the Panthers. The team worked out Dede Westbrook but did not sign him. Snead was phased out of the Raiders' offense early in the 2021 season before the team agreed to release him. He quickly joined the Panthers' practice squad and found his way on the gameday roster twice. Snead caught 33 balls for 432 yards and three scores with the Ravens in 2020. At this point in the 29-year-old's career, it's hard to see him making the 49ers' final roster.
     
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    Maybe if Beasley started wearing a mask everywhere and got caught up on his shots and boosters. Oh but he's still white and the Niners already filled their quota of one white WR per decade with Trent Taylor.

    But if Beasley came out as gay...
     
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    Still astounding to me that the QB from a conference finalist is being supplanted by a draft pick and proactively shopped (without takers). What colossal hubris to believe that in eight months, the rookie on the bench will push you... what? into the Super Bowl? Is it already a rebuild? The bad teams have studs (Zach Wilson, Trevor Lawrence, etc) and they are not better off (neither the teams nor their talismans). Anyway, I hope a bit of affirmative-action karma ensues on Lance and he flames out against what will ultimately be the first set of top-end d-backs he's faced since the white kids in his high school conference championship game.
     

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