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  • #31
    Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

    They just drafted a wr with their first rounder too, who is expected to push for starting time....

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    • #32
      Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

      Not that I want to jinx the guy, but Crabtree is always hurt.

      Anyways I'm sure he'll get his chance.

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      • #33
        Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

        I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.

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        • #34
          Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

          [quote user="keyofgmen"][quote user="jomo"]If SF is near the top of the heap as our competition for the NFC championship, I am very happy to be facing Smith, Crabtree, Manningham and Moss in the passing game. That is not a fearsome crew.[/quote]

          Agree[/quote]

          Well its more fearsome then what they had last year and we had to count on turnovers in the NFC Championship.

          The 49rs dont need to have the best WR trio in the NFL to beat us.
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          • #35
            Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

            [quote user="TuckYou"]They just drafted a wr with their first rounder too, who is expected to push for starting time....[/quote]I don't think anyone in the NFL, including SF, expects Jenkins to compete for starting time after his offseason thus far.
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            • #36
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              [quote user="TuckYou"]They just drafted a wr with their first rounder too, who is expected to push for starting time....[/quote]</P>


              He's been a huge disappointment this offseason so far . . . . it's still early though I guess . . . . </P>


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              • #37
                Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

                [quote user="Jiffy Jeff"]I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.[/quote]

                Thing is, Luigi is like 6'5" and 240 pounds. Not to mention he jumps higher than mario too. He just needs to work on controlling his momentum... he has a hard time doing cutbacks. Other than that, given the option, I'd start with Luigi over Mario anyday...

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                • #38
                  Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

                  [quote user="Toadofsteel"][quote user="Jiffy Jeff"]I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.[/quote] Thing is, Luigi is like 6'5" and 240 pounds. Not to mention he jumps higher than mario too. He just needs to work on controlling his momentum... he has a hard time doing cutbacks. Other than that, given the option, I'd start with Luigi over Mario anyday...[/quote]I have heard of Luigi but haven't actually seen him play. Can he run a proper route with consistency? []
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                  • #39
                    Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

                    [quote user="jomo"][quote user="Toadofsteel"][quote user="Jiffy Jeff"]I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.[/quote] Thing is, Luigi is like 6'5" and 240 pounds. Not to mention he jumps higher than mario too. He just needs to work on controlling his momentum... he has a hard time doing cutbacks. Other than that, given the option, I'd start with Luigi over Mario anyday...[/quote]I have heard of Luigi but haven't actually seen him play. Can he run a proper route with consistency? [][/quote]

                    Only the deep routes... he's a little slow in changing direction. Other than that, as long as you're controlling him, he will land with great precision in making the plays you need from him.

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                    • #40
                      Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

                      [quote user="Toadofsteel"][quote user="jomo"][quote user="Toadofsteel"][quote user="Jiffy Jeff"]I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.[/quote] Thing is, Luigi is like 6'5" and 240 pounds. Not to mention he jumps higher than mario too. He just needs to work on controlling his momentum... he has a hard time doing cutbacks. Other than that, given the option, I'd start with Luigi over Mario anyday...[/quote]I have heard of Luigi but haven't actually seen him play. Can he run a proper route with consistency? [][/quote] Only the deep routes... he's a little slow in changing direction. Other than that, as long as you're controlling him, he will land with great precision in making the plays you need from him.[/quote]We can coach him up!
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                      • #41
                        Re: Looks like Mario might not even start.

                        [quote user="Toadofsteel"][quote user="Jiffy Jeff"]I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.[/quote]

                        Thing is, Luigi is like 6'5" and 240 pounds. Not to mention he jumps higher than mario too. He just needs to work on controlling his momentum... he has a hard time doing cutbacks. Other than that, given the option, I'd start with Luigi over Mario anyday...[/quote]
                        Unless you have Mark Sanchez throwing him the passes he's going to over jump the balls; I say the 49ers with Alex Smith throwing the dink n' dunks needs to let him go and see what they can get from the Jets. Between Sanchez and Tebow throwing the ball Luigi might be looking at a ProBowl type of a season if he were traded there..

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                        • #42
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                          [quote user="FearNYGiants"][quote user="Toadofsteel"][quote user="Jiffy Jeff"]I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.[/quote] Thing is, Luigi is like 6'5" and 240 pounds. Not to mention he jumps higher than mario too. He just needs to work on controlling his momentum... he has a hard time doing cutbacks. Other than that, given the option, I'd start with Luigi over Mario anyday...[/quote] Unless you have Mark Sanchez throwing him the passes he's going to over jump the balls; I say the 49ers with Alex Smith throwing the dink n' dunks needs to let him go and see what they can get from the Jets. Between Sanchez and Tebow throwing the ball Luigi might be looking at a ProBowl type of a season if he were traded there..[/quote]</P>


                          It took Mario 4 years to learn the GMEN's offense, don't think they are waiting on him in San Fran.</P>
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                          • #43
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                            [quote user="Joe Morrison"]

                            [quote user="FearNYGiants"][quote user="Toadofsteel"][quote user="Jiffy Jeff"]I heard that LUIGI is getting the starting nod at wideout.[/quote] Thing is, Luigi is like 6'5" and 240 pounds. Not to mention he jumps higher than mario too. He just needs to work on controlling his momentum... he has a hard time doing cutbacks. Other than that, given the option, I'd start with Luigi over Mario anyday...[/quote] Unless you have Mark Sanchez throwing him the passes he's going to over jump the balls; I say the 49ers with Alex Smith throwing the dink n' dunks needs to let him go and see what they can get from the Jets. Between Sanchez and Tebow throwing the ball Luigi might be looking at a ProBowl type of a season if he were traded there..[/quote]</P>


                            It took Mario 4 years to learn the GMEN's offense, don't think they are waiting on him in San Fran.</P>[/quote]

                            Lets also not forget that Mario scored a 7 on the Wonderlic. Id be surprised if he could learn the 49rs offense this year.
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