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#61 carolina-chuck

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:22 PM

You filthy Asian Judas.


Lol . That's just my opinion.
Sometimes, Cam fail to play a good full 60 min.

Flacco didn't throw a single pick in the Post Season. Just my opinion.

#62 Bwood

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:23 PM

You're absolutely right... Haloti Ngata, Terrence Cody, Arthur Jones, Justin Smith, Ray McDonald and Isaac Sopoaga aren't strong at all...


I didn't say they weren't strong, but they definitely arent that impressive.

Dwan Edwards has way better stats than all of them with limited play.

How bout them Detroit lions? Suh and Fairley? How'd they do in the playoffs?

Yeah, DT's are where it's at...lolcats

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:45 PM

I didn't say they weren't strong, but they definitely arent that impressive.

Dwan Edwards has way better stats than all of them with limited play.

How bout them Detroit lions? Suh and Fairley? How'd they do in the playoffs?

Yeah, DT's are where it's at...lolcats


And Dwan edwards is a UFA and we're 13million over the cap.. Keep come up with dumb plans Bwood you'll get that GM job soon.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:45 PM

Other then Crabtree what other San Fran WR had better numbers then Lafell??? Don't worry I'll wait.......

You might want to also know that we ended up with a higher ranked Offense then the Ravens. And that's with Chud having his Head up his ass half the year.

Neither one of these teams killed us in the passing games. Their running Game is what made them better then us. Both Team had really good Olines which we didn't have. It had nothing to do with their WR.


You are right, no other single receiver put up numbers for the most part aside Crabtree... but they also didn't have to pass as much as the Panthers did with being in much closer games and/or coming from behind...

Are you kidding me, it had nothing to do with the Raven's receivers? Without their receivers, the Ravens would have lost in the opening round of the playoffs, especially against Denver... the Ravens stats on Rice are very deceiving because Rice didn't run the ball very well throughout the entire season; he had 8 games with under 70 yards (several games under 50)... as for the Ravens O-Line, it wasn't until McKinney was put in at LT and Oher over to RT that they really started gelling together and playing well (coincidently at the start of the playoffs)... Flacco got hit and/or sacked alot this season (compared to the last 4)...

As for ranking, where do they get you? What do they actually reflect other than numbers? We ended up with good numbers for a below average record... 9ers and Ravens were in the SB with lowering rankings... they mean nothing if you can't win games

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:46 PM

I didn't say they weren't strong, but they definitely arent that impressive.

Dwan Edwards has way better stats than all of them with limited play.

How bout them Detroit lions? Suh and Fairley? How'd they do in the playoffs?

Yeah, DT's are where it's at...lolcats

The ravens and niners don't have very strong DT's by any means. - OP


DT's are a very important part of being a contender. The D Line in general. We have Big Money, Kraken, Frank and Applesauce. Now with the addition of Mario Addison I'm very confident with our DE's. However I don't feel the same about our DT's. I like Kearse & Dwan. A playmaking DT would do wonders for our defense. When Justin Smith was not in the rotation Aldon Smith had 0 sacks. fuging 0. You seem to be underestimating how important the big fellas are.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:52 PM

The ravens and niners don't have very strong DT's by any means. - OP


DT's are a very important part of being a contender. The D Line in general. We have Big Money, Kraken, Frank and Applesauce. Now with the addition of Mario Addison I'm very confident with our DE's. However I don't feel the same about our DT's. I like Kearse & Dwan. A playmaking DT would do wonders for our defense. When Justin Smith was not in the rotation Aldon Smith had 0 sacks. fuging 0. You seem to be underestimating how important the big fellas are.


Dwan Edwards is living proof that you can find solid defensive tackle talent in free agency.

My whole point is what position are we missing right now to get to the Super Bowl, and I feel like drafting a number one corner or a number one receiver is more important than drafting some DT with potential.

And to koolkat;

Dwan will be a panther next season, book it.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:58 PM

You are right, no other single receiver put up numbers for the most part aside Crabtree... but they also didn't have to pass as much as the Panthers did with being in much closer games and/or coming from behind...

Are you kidding me, it had nothing to do with the Raven's receivers? Without their receivers, the Ravens would have lost in the opening round of the playoffs, especially against Denver... the Ravens stats on Rice are very deceiving because Rice didn't run the ball very well throughout the entire season; he had 8 games with under 70 yards (several games under 50)... as for the Ravens O-Line, it wasn't until McKinney was put in at LT and Oher over to RT that they really started gelling together and playing well (coincidently at the start of the playoffs)... Flacco got hit and/or sacked alot this season (compared to the last 4)...

As for ranking, where do they get you? What do they actually reflect other than numbers? We ended up with good numbers for a below average record... 9ers and Ravens were in the SB with lowering rankings... they mean nothing if you can't win games



They had comparable stats to our WR in the regular season. And the only major difference is Both teams had better OLines, Better Running, and Better defense. This is my point their WR aren't that much better then our's. What took them over us is better Play calling, Better Oline and Better defense not WR talent.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 12:59 PM

Dwan Edwards is living proof that you can find solid defensive tackle talent in free agency.

My whole point is what position are we missing right now to get to the Super Bowl, and I feel like drafting a number one corner or a number one receiver is more important than drafting some DT with potential.

And to koolkat;

Dwan will be a panther next season, book it.


Well until it happens it ain't booked.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:03 PM

I didn't say they weren't strong, but they definitely arent that impressive.

Dwan Edwards has way better stats than all of them with limited play.

How bout them Detroit lions? Suh and Fairley? How'd they do in the playoffs?

Yeah, DT's are where it's at...lolcats


LMFAO. Youre telling me Dwan is better than Ngata, Justin Smith, Cody etc bc he had better stats?

Ngata does more for that team than what Dwan does for us. Ngata and Smith are both DEs in a 34 D. Their stats (sacks) isn't going to WOW YOU!

Suh and Fairley didn't do crap in the playoffs bc Brees picked that weak secondary apart like how I picked apart your mom.



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Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:04 PM

I keep hearing Justin Smith and Ngata mentioned but there are no DTs in this draft on their level. When you talk about those guys not being in the game thats just a testament too how good they are. It isnt a DT in this draft thats gonna give us the same edge. Our strength is in our DEs on the line and getting all of them on the field.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:05 PM

LMFAO. Youre telling me Dwan is better than Ngata, Cody etc bc he had better stats?

Ngata does more for that team than what Dwan does for us. Ngata is a DE in a 34 D. His stats (sacks) isn't going to WOW YOU!


Ngata is a great player, half of game worthy.

Numbers never lie though man, Dwan had one more sack, one more tackle, and one more FF, with limited play. I'm going to back my guy up because I think he had the more impressive season.

Cody didn't do squat this season. He's a run stuffer, they really aren't that hard to find.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:09 PM

Ngata is a great player, half of game worthy.

Numbers never lie though man, Dwan had one more sack, one more tackle, and one more FF, with limited play. I'm going to back my guy up because I think he had the more impressive season.

Cody didn't do squat this season. He's a run stuffer, they really aren't that hard to find.


I'm quitting this conversation bc MR. Brilliant from
LA believe that Dwan is better than Ngata and Justin Smith bc he has a better stat. "idiot"

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:10 PM

I keep hearing Justin Smith and Ngata mentioned but there are no DTs in this draft on their level. When you talk about those guys not being in the game thats just a testament too how good they are. It isnt a DT in this draft thats gonna give us the same edge. Our strength is in our DEs on the line and getting all of them on the field.


There is one DT on Ngata level (Star). We're just too far down.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:15 PM

I keep hearing Justin Smith and Ngata mentioned but there are no DTs in this draft on their level. When you talk about those guys not being in the game thats just a testament too how good they are. It isnt a DT in this draft thats gonna give us the same edge. Our strength is in our DEs on the line and getting all of them on the field.


The same hing could be said About WR.

There is not a Megatron, Aj green, Fitz in this draft.


The difference comes down to the roster. And right Now we have 2 DT that we could lose and more depth at WR then people want to admit.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:15 PM

I'm so wet.


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