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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    QB: Hoyer, Barkley, Beathard
    RB: Hyde, Williams, Hightower
    FB: Jusczcyk
    TE: McDonald, Kittle, Paulsen
    WR: Garcon, Goodwin, Kerely, Robinson, Taylor
    OT: Staley, Brown, Gilliam
    OG/C: Garnett, Zuttah, Kilgore, Beadles, Goodman

    LEO: Armstead, Lynch, Taumoepenu
    NT: Mitchell, DJ Jones
    DT: Buckner, Dial
    DE: Thomas, Carradine, Blair

    WILL: Smith, Foster
    MIKE: Bowman, Watson, Coyle
    SAM: Brooks, Harold

    CB: Robinson, Witherspoon, Johnson, Williams, Redmond, Colbert
    FS: Ward, Jerome
    SS: Reid, Tartt

    K: Gould
    P: Pinion
    I think this will be the roster, although I think Brenda beats out Hightower. Other than that the depth chart will look a little different once the season starts. Lots of interesting battles to look at.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveCaliFan View Post
    Armstead imo is only getting solid work at Leo because he fits until Lynch can get in shape. Imo Armstead can play any position on the line, but he's a force inside as DT. Getting him accustomed to playing Leo just gives them a chance to see him as a "just in case" situation. Truthfully with Buckner as NT, Armstead DT, Thomas LE & Lynch, Harold or Carradine at LEO could be a force.
    Armstead graded as a better pass rusher than anyone on the team per PFF. They want Armstead, Buckner, Mitchell, Thomas on the field as the base line. When they go to sub package they are more undecided with a projection of Lynch, Buckner, Thomas, Harold and Armstead to the bench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveCaliFan View Post
    Looking at this team on paper, we look hot garbage. But imo we really will be a playoff team. We are being dreamt on, not slept on. Imo, defense top 15, offense top 15. 9-7 or 10-6...We have imo 6-12 dreamnt on studs. Beatherd, Williams, Breida, Taylor, Kittle, Magnuson, Taumoepena, Nwachukwu, D.J.Jones, Newsome, Jerome, Colbert.. I'm ready for August...lol..
    It will be interesting to see how they do, but clearly winning is not the top priority, developing the players in the system is. They will lose some games by playing players who are not ready. My guess is 6 wins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodeRed View Post
    Offense(24)
    QB: Hoyer, Barkley, Beathard
    RB: Hyde, Williams, Hightower, Juice
    WR: Garcon, Goodwin, Kerley, Robinson, Taylor, Smelter
    TE: McDonald, Kittle, Paulsen
    T: Staley, Brown, Gilliam
    G/C: Zuttah, Kilgore, Garnett, Beadles, Magnuson

    Defense(26)
    LDE: Thomas, Carradine
    DT: Buckner, Blair, Dial
    NT: Mitchell, Jones
    LEO: Armstead, Lynch
    SAM: Brooks, Harold
    MIKE: Bowman, Coyle
    WILL: Smith, Foster, Armstrong
    CB: Robinson, Witherspoon, Johnson, Williams, Reaser, Redmond
    FS: Ward, Jerome
    SS: Reid, Tartt

    ST's(3)
    K: Gould
    P: Pinion
    LS: Nelson
    Looks reasonable. A couple of the guys that you have on the roster that I don't (Reaser, Smelter, Magnuson) are guys that I considered having on my 53, but just missed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downsos View Post
    I think this will be the roster, although I think Brenda beats out Hightower. Other than that the depth chart will look a little different once the season starts. Lots of interesting battles to look at.


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    Certainly. I'm 100% positive that when I do this again after training camp, it will be different. This was just how I see things shaking out now. Camp battles and injuries can change a lot.

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    Is Brenda supposed to be Briggs?

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    Injuries can throw everything up in the air. Heck Beathard could end up starting week 1 if things go wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedandGold_35 View Post
    Is Brenda supposed to be Briggs?
    I'm pretty sure that he meant Breida.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221:31647630
    Quote Originally Posted by CodeRed View Post
    Offense(24)
    QB: Hoyer, Barkley, Beathard
    RB: Hyde, Williams, Hightower, Juice
    WR: Garcon, Goodwin, Kerley, Robinson, Taylor, Smelter
    TE: McDonald, Kittle, Paulsen
    T: Staley, Brown, Gilliam
    G/C: Zuttah, Kilgore, Garnett, Beadles, Magnuson

    Defense(26)
    LDE: Thomas, Carradine
    DT: Buckner, Blair, Dial
    NT: Mitchell, Jones
    LEO: Armstead, Lynch
    SAM: Brooks, Harold
    MIKE: Bowman, Coyle
    WILL: Smith, Foster, Armstrong
    CB: Robinson, Witherspoon, Johnson, Williams, Reaser, Redmond
    FS: Ward, Jerome
    SS: Reid, Tartt

    ST's(3)
    K: Gould
    P: Pinion
    LS: Nelson
    Looks reasonable. A couple of the guys that you have on the roster that I don't (Reaser, Smelter, Magnuson) are guys that I considered having on my 53, but just missed out.
    Smelter's size is the only reason I have him making it, everyone else is a midget receiver. Magnuson played T in college so he has some flexibility which is important for a backup O-lineman. Reaser has been solid on ST's and has been practicing as a starter. Colbert is the guy I had the most trouble keeping off. He has the ideal size for this system and could play some safety if needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Certainly. I'm 100% positive that when I do this again after training camp, it will be different. This was just how I see things shaking out now. Camp battles and injuries can change a lot.
    Everything and nothing would surprise me. That have the cap space and the contractual length to put out a team of who they see fits what they're building for the future and have zero reasons to keep any players that don't fit that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    I'm pretty sure that he meant Breida.
    I did. Stupid autocorrect.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CodeRed View Post
    Smelter's size is the only reason I have him making it, everyone else is a midget receiver. Magnuson played T in college so he has some flexibility which is important for a backup O-lineman. Reaser has been solid on ST's and has been practicing as a starter. Colbert is the guy I had the most trouble keeping off. He has the ideal size for this system and could play some safety if needed.
    Colbert is also a big ST performer.

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    https://t.co/oUJ70apWsL

    Good article on a roster projection. Just a projection from a beat writer, but I do LOVE how most of those REJECTS from Baalke will be dumped.

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    I'm itching for the Niners to get a big physical WR . Ala Terrell Owens .

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1hardcore View Post
    I'm itching for the Niners to get a big physical WR . Ala Terrell Owens .
    Not sure Kyle cares to have one.

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