Spokane wrote:Broski, Next time you try to defend your new player with Hard Facts...try not to use an article over 2-3 years old!?!?!?
lol it said that the DE got zero sacks and zero passes defended...Are you hoping your DTs can rush the passer? He is a waste.
The fact you use the word "Hissy" really does nothing to slow the rumors about you 49er fans
Ummm no actually its barely over a year old and talks about his play during the 2011 season. Way to expose yourself as a perfect example of why the American education system is terrible. The reason there aren't a ton of articles out on him about 2012 is because he was injured and didn't play for much of the year.
And no actually, most teams don't expect pass rush from their NTs he is a superb run stuffer and thats what the 49ers want him for. Soap was not good this year and was actually rated quite terribly as even a partime player, which is why the 49ers let him get away.
Btw, you fans of other teams should really try to get together and stick to one lame insult for us 49er fans so you don't sound so ridiculous all the time. Either 49ers fans are all obnoxious know-nothings....complete flaming pirates....or street low-life thugs. They can't be all 3
Your band wagon is full of idiots. All bandwagons are. is that a 4th thing? Or does that fall under obnoxious know nothings? Now, I usually operate under the assumption that every fan knows something, til he opens his yap/tying digits and proves different. Marvin? he heard some nice stuff about your new player, then added his own misinformation to it, and voila: Bullshit.
BTW, that article was well written and spot on in describing Dorsey's lack of numbers and why. Where Marvin is arrogantly wrong is assuming that a new system will suddenly take advantage of Dorsey's seemingly dormant production. I would not have minded the Hawks getting Dorsey for exactly what I suspect the Niners want him for: Two down run stopper, and little else. The contract he signed suggests just that. Soap gets a bad rap in SF, but he was a decent player, mostly guilty of not being Justin Smith. Dorsey should do the same. San Francisco did not sign Dorsey expecting him to emerge as a force, they signed him to do what they already know he can do at the NFL level, eat space, stop runners.
The one I can't figure out is dumb ass bandwagon Niner fans minimizing the loss of Goldson. I like Reid, but *rookie* alert. Dahl? Please. Goldson was a force, and receivers knew he was always lurking. So did running backs. One of my favorite reporters, Jay Glazer, had nothing but praise for Goldon's off season routine, and thinks the guy could kick ass in MMA right NOW. Thinking he can be replaced as a player, and especially as a hard worker and great example off the field, is kind of silly. I think we both know letting Whittner go and keeping Goldson would have been a better move.