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Bucs trade CB Wright

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If anyone is over rated its Rogers. He was a productive of SFs great front 7. He blew ass in Washington

Dumbest thing I've read all day

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I don't agree at all. Rogers was considered a bust before he landed in San Fran. Harbaugh just found a way to get the best out of him. Carlos definitely benefits from The Niners' front seven.

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I don't agree at all. Rogers was considered a bust before he landed in San Fran. Harbaugh just found a way to get the best out of him. Carlos definitely benefits from The Niners' front seven.

Exactly. I live in dc so I've been watching him for awhile. The skins secondary was bad when he was starting over there. SF has a system and it works

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I don't agree at all. Rogers was considered a bust before he landed in San Fran. Harbaugh just found a way to get the best out of him. Carlos definitely benefits from The Niners' front seven.

He was never considered a bust. Only to the uninformed.

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Exactly. I live in dc so I've been watching him for awhile. The skins secondary was bad when he was starting over there. SF has a system and it works

Just because you have been watching him for a while doesn't mean your opinion is worth more. We have a lot of dumbasses in our fanbase that watch the Panthers all the time.

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He was never considered a bust. Only to the uninformed.

Riiiiiight. This is the same guy that got obliterated by no-name receivers at Washington. I rather have Thomas than Rogers.

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I know it's all Schiano this Schiano that, but don't think he's making all the moves. They do have the great Mark Domenik working the phones down there

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Rodgers is overrated. Victor Cruz exposed him in the playoffs 2 years ago.any CB in the NFL would improve with a front 7 like SF has. but Wright leaving makes me feel better about facing the bucs because although he was meh at best, when facing 89 he last year he did a good job at containing him.

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Why trade wright? 1.5 mil is nothing for a really Really good backup.

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Rogers would be nice but at what cost? I think we are going with what we've got folks.

 

 

If they want to get rid of Rogers so bad, they'll end up cutting him.

 

Then sign him. :)

 

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