My Niner Nation

My Niner Nation

Friday, July 29, 2011

Receiving Problems

    I am sure everyone knows by now that Michael Crabtree could miss the 4 - 6 weeks, Crabs injured his left foot again during camp Alex this past June; this will put him far behind the other receivers in training camp/preseason. That makes three preseason's in a row Crabs has missed training camp. One can only imagine with such raw talent where he could be in his pro career if he just put in the time like everyone else.

    To be young is to be foolish….

    There has been talk the 49ers were in the market for a veteran receiver and made a play for Chad Ochocinco. Now 85 is with the Patriots and rumor has it that Malcom Floyd is now in the Niners head lights as well as Braylon Edwards, don't count him out. That being said the chances we land Nnamdi Asomugha are slim to none. I know I said he was all I want in F/A, but with as much money as he will take. We need the money now to bring in a veteran receiver. I would look at the 49ers to bring in either Chris Carr or Carlos Rodgers and a cheaper price, but what from I hear it my be the latter of the two (Blaake has had a thing for Rodgers since the 05 draft')

    Don’t worry My Niner Nation. There is no need to hit the panic button yet. Still a lot of ground to cover till the regular season starts.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Give Credit Where Credit is Do

    I know there has been a lot of shock talk about Frank Gore holding out. I don’t blame him I do however blame is agent. Drew “RosenF@ck”. But in defense of the stand out and stand up Niner running back. Pay the man. Show him the “Quan”. Frank has been nothing but a work horse. Give the man some love. Although I feel five million is a lot of loving, but that is probably because I will never see that amount of money through the entire life span of my life. Still Frankie deserves an extension and a few more bones thrown his way.

    It nice to get all the drafted and undrafted backs in like Kendall Hunter, Seth Smith and the hybrid Jeremiah Masoli. Lets’ face it though. None of these guys have the “proven” versatility for NFL caliber RB. The talent is there but that is all it is Potential. Frank is breaking down have finished a full season in a minute. But that is because he is over worked. If the ball was dished out to Vernon Davis or Micheal Crabtree more often Frank would not be holding out right now. Frank is a team player and every part of my beating heart tells me that his agent told him to hold out. I really don’t like Drew not even a little. “Greedy mother F@cker”

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

F/A Frenzey

    I have been a huge San Francisco 49er fan since I was able to understand football. I have been spoiled over the years. I was born in 1983, so I was fortunate enough to watch some of the best years the Niners had to offer. Yet, as I have gotten older the wins have been less and less and the dynasty is all but forgotten. FYi – we don’t need Takeo Spikes, Navarro will do much better, carbon copy of Willis.

    And in recent years it has been blamed on one player, a man by the name of Alex Smith. The quarterback out of Utah and Myer’s pro shotgun system was selected number one overall in 2005, the future of the Franchise. How did that pan out for all you other Niner fans? Well three head coaches later and as many different offensive coordinators as seasons (7 including this year) Alex Smith has not had it easy, far from it in fact. One can only imagine what it is liked to be booed by an entire stadium just to come back and tie the defending superbowl champs in the closing mins of a Monday night game. Close but no cigar. That is Mr. Smith’s story. You almost had a good season… you could have been good.

    Well I am betting the farm this season; yes this 7th NFL season of smith’s will be eye opening. So all your non-believers get your popcorn ready this season will be one to remember.

    So bye bye TS and good bye