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 Post subject: Winston Guy
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Had high hopes for him two years ago.I think he is gone in some way,shape or form.Looks like a badass,plays like a rook.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Yeah, not a good player. Shocked if he makes it.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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With the depth they have in the secondary, I would much rather keep a guy like Williams or Ware with that spot. Would not be surprised to see him released before week 1.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Way too brash at this point, y'all.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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legend38 wrote:
Had high hopes for him two years ago.I think he is gone in some way,shape or form.Looks like a badass,plays like a rook.



He was a rookie last year....

And only appeared in 2 regular season games last year.
http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/15073/winston-guy


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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vin.couve12 wrote:
Way too brash at this point, y'all.



he looked bad last year too.... he was a 6th round pick for a reason, even john/pete can't hit on em all, and this dude has yet to do a damn thing

No passes defended, no sacks, no tfl's, no big hits (besides on our own guy), a suspension for PEDs, no forced fumbles, all his tackles have come from being beat not running up in run stoppage, he isn't even a special teams beast


dude wont make the roster and ill be pissed if he does over a guy even like Maragos who at least has ST value


EDIT: Maragos is a FS, I guess I should've said Jeron Johnson, who makes Winston look like a fool, we don't need 5 safeties especially when we could take a guy like Browner and move him if push came to shove and would undoubtedly do a better job


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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legend38 wrote:
Had high hopes for him two years ago.I think he is gone in some way,shape or form.Looks like a badass,plays like a rook.



He was a rookie last year....

And only appeared in 2 regular season games last year.
http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/15073/winston-guy



yeah he got himself suspended for 4 of them and wasn't even valuable enough to place on ST the rest of them


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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There's still 3 more pre-season games for Winston Guy to prove himself. But right now, not impressed in the slightest. He's got time though...

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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There's still 3 more pre-season games for Winston Guy to prove himself. But right now, not impressed in the slightest. He's got time though...



he had 4 last season too.... just sayin'


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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There's still 3 more pre-season games for Winston Guy to prove himself. But right now, not impressed in the slightest. He's got time though...


Maybe not. He can be cut at any time.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Its weird that he was on the field for the last two defensive plays against ATL (and much of the game) last year after not playing much the whole season. Was Jeron Johnson injured?


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Its weird that he was on the field for the last two defensive plays against ATL (and much of the game) last year after not playing much the whole season. Was Jeron Johnson injured?

No he wasn't and Guy had blanket coverage on Gonzo as well. Gonzo just catches everything even with a hand in the way.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Looks like Guy is our 2013 .net whipping boy.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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After that cheap hit on williams in camp I'm all for cutting his ass if we can keep an extra WR or RB

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Looks like Guy is our 2013 .net whipping boy.


Eh, he's earned it to a degree. I'm sure that Carpenter will continue to get his lashes, too.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Hawken-Dazs wrote:
Looks like Guy is our 2013 .net whipping boy.


Eh, he's earned it to a degree. I'm sure that Carpenter will continue to get his lashes, too.


Carpenter and Irvin are your 2013 .net whipping boys right now. Guy is a 6th round pick, so he's merely someone people want to see cut.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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We are now expecting each of our players to be of Pro Bowl caliber. Winston Guy simply does not measure up. I do not expect him to be on the 53 man roster come the end of the month.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Cut him now... under the guise of another team is likely to pick him up and it's in the Guy's best interest to be cut now.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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I would much rather just keep Maragos and Johnson as the backup safties and keep an extra CB instead of Guy. Guy doesn't seem to bring much to the table at this point, and I am pretty bummed he laid that cheap ass hit on Williams in practice.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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He likes under cutting guys. He did it in this game too.

Look like he's trying too hard to be like Chancellor, and it shows.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Winston seems to be a guy with an identity crisis. You watch him in the locker room and he desperately wants to fit in and then he gets on the field and tries to emulate Chancellor or??? and it just isn't working on any level. Be yourself and show us what you got man! Otherwise it might not last.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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I just got this feeling any of our DB's we have to cast off will end up down south in SF.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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I just got this feeling any of our DB's we have to cast off will end up down south in SF.


I was thinking the same. I wouldn't mind sending Guy down there, honestly. I haven't seen anything from him yet that suggests that losing him to a division rival is a bad thing.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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dbsn2420 wrote:
I just got this feeling any of our DB's we have to cast off will end up down south in SF.


I was thinking the same. I wouldn't mind sending Guy down there, honestly. I haven't seen anything from him yet that suggests that losing him to a division rival is a bad thing.


He'll probably end up breaking the ankles of all their receivers and maybe even Kaepernick.

Can he get on the bus tomorrow?

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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I just got this feeling any of our DB's we have to cast off will end up down south in SF.


The raiders I suspect are salivating. They picked up Adams last year from us and was the best DB they had until hurt.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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the raiders will always take a cheap shot artist :D

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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I just got this feeling any of our DB's we have to cast off will end up down south in SF.


I wonder if we can trade some of them out of conference (ie. Oakland) for garbage picks just to avoid having them get picked up by SF... It'd be win-win-win. Oakland gets a good player, we get to stock up on those late picks that JS loves AND we keep a talented guy out of SF.

Make it so #1.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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He likes under cutting guys. He did it in this game too.


Yeah he was also coming in late for hits and leading with his helmet. Dirty player.


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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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Don't think he's dirty, maybe just dumb, or trying too hard. Huge difference.

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 Post subject: Re: Winston Guy
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I'm thinking any DBs we cut (actually guys from any position) will quickly become Jaguars


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