Niners get 3 3rd round comp picks

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Pretty sure. I don’t remember anyone ever interviewing an from sea for a gm post, either.
Fitterer interviewed for the Carolina GM job. Trent Kirchner interviewed for the Texans GM job.

So, yes, it might just be your memory.
 

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They picked Drake Jackson last year. Haven’t heard his name all year lol
Doubt he even makes their team next year. Compensatory picks aren’t all that great considering their basically 4th rounders

oi. This guy.

Drake played well early and Shanahan said he essentially hit the rookie wall. Same thing happened for Aiyuk and Aaron Banks.

Aiyuk was their leading receiver and Banks was their starting left guard all year.

Seriously man. You just make this stuff up.
 

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Carolina Panthers signed Scott Fitterer to a 5 year contract to be their General Manager in January of 2021.
 

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The draft picks were pretty much expected and one of the reasons the 49ers were willing to give up picks for CMC. I've been saying this since the trade.

They have 3 compensatory 3s this year. Next year they'll like have 2 (one for ran Carthon/DeMeco Ryans and another for Jmmy G signing elsewhere this offseason).

while everyone kept saying the 49ers won't have a draft this year, they'll actually have 10 or 11 draft picks. They just won't start till end of round 3. They'll be busy days 2 and 3.

Before anyone says anything about the value of the picks, take a look at what Niners historically in this regime have done 5th round or later.
 

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Having two coordinators hired as head coaches is actually above average, considering most head coaches don't last long nowadays.

SF's just recently had a number of head coaches come out of that system, but nothing really leading up to that point.

NE's system has repeatedly produced horrible head coaches, so not sure if that is the example for a positive or negative.

All in all, to even get one coordinator to a head coaching position puts that coaching tree in the upper tier of the statistic.

I also think there is something to be said about it being a copycat league, and owners trying to catch the latest wave. That's why Quinn and Bradley hurt so much. It was the defense that the entire league was trying to emulate, to the point that it no longer is the newest wrinkle to exploit.

Shanahan (in SF) isn't running that defense. It's actually a modified/updated Pete Carroll defense they have been running there for a few years. So as much as SF has had some coaches poached, it's not due to Shanahan's influence.

LOL.

Well that's a bit backhanded. LOL.

Shanahan picked guys with no Coordinator experience and they became HCs. He also lost McDaniel who was on offensive side of the ball.

I know its hard to admit, but coaches view SF as a good place to be to further their careers. That's why they were able to hire Anthony Lynn as a RB coach and now he's interviewing in Washington to be OC. Bobby Slowik is an offensive coach and likely to follow Ryans to Houston. If he leaves he'll likely be replaced by Klay Kubiak...and a few years from now he will likley get interviews somewhere.

I know you guys hate the Niners. Its OK tho to admit they have a good thing going. It won't kill you. Honest.
 

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They picked Drake Jackson last year. Haven’t heard his name all year lol
Doubt he even makes their team next year. Compensatory picks aren’t all that great considering their basically 4th rounders
Speaking of the actual picks…

Since the picks are awarded for developing an underrepresented minority, should they in turn only be usable to select an underrepresented minority?

Hispanics are 20% of the population and less than 1% of players. How much longer will the NFL tolerate this lack of equity?
 

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LOL.

Well that's a bit backhanded. LOL.

Shanahan picked guys with no Coordinator experience and they became HCs. He also lost McDaniel who was on offensive side of the ball.

I know its hard to admit, but coaches view SF as a good place to be to further their careers. That's why they were able to hire Anthony Lynn as a RB coach and now he's interviewing in Washington to be OC. Bobby Slowik is an offensive coach and likely to follow Ryans to Houston. If he leaves he'll likely be replaced by Klay Kubiak...and a few years from now he will likley get interviews somewhere.

I know you guys hate the Niners. Its OK tho to admit they have a good thing going. It won't kill you. Honest.

I don't disagree, but I suggest you read my message again. Your highlighted portion is in context of the defense coaches, which I am referring to in the proceeding paragraph.
 

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Yeah it’s a weird rule and highlights the racism of the league. It’s a slap in the face to say we hired you for skin color to get rewarded with comp picks because we screwed up and drafted Trey Lance. Certainly nothing to be proud about.
 
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Yeah it’s a weird rule and highlights the racism of the league. It’s a slap in the face to say we hired you for skin color to get rewarded with comp picks because we screwed up and drafted Trey Lance. Certainly nothing to be proud about.

They Traded three firsts for Lance. These Rooney Rule comp pix are end of the third round. It’s a complete apples and oranges comparison.
 

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I do like that they are also targeting a black defensive coordinator from Carolina to replace Demeco. Maybe more comps in the future?
 

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Yeah it’s a weird rule and highlights the racism of the league. It’s a slap in the face to say we hired you for skin color to get rewarded with comp picks because we screwed up and drafted Trey Lance. Certainly nothing to be proud about.

Welp, you topped youself. That's the dumbest thing I'll read all day.

The entire program is about giving minorities the opportunity get get jobs that can lead to HC adn GM opportunities. IE, the Rooney Rule wasn't enough because minority candidates were harder to find because they didn't get opportunity at a lower level.

This rule gives teams incentive to give those coaches and personnel people an opportunity and to develop them to the point that they can one day get the bigger opportunity.

That's what has happened with the 49ers. Mayhew, Saleh, McDaniel, Carthon, and Ryans being on the 49ers staff actually predates the rule, but it shows how much incentive teams can have to make minority hires at lower levels.

This has ZERO to do with Lance.
 

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One of our coaches is interviewing for an OC job in Carolina if I remember correctly. If he's hired, does that mean we get a comp pick? If so, in this upcoming draft or next year?
 
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One of our coaches is interviewing for an OC job in Carolina if I remember correctly. If he's hired, does that mean we get a comp pick? If so, in this upcoming draft or next year?

Oc and dc minority picks don’t result in comps.
 

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Welp, you topped youself. That's the dumbest thing I'll read all day.

The entire program is about giving minorities the opportunity get get jobs that can lead to HC adn GM opportunities. IE, the Rooney Rule wasn't enough because minority candidates were harder to find because they didn't get opportunity at a lower level.

This rule gives teams incentive to give those coaches and personnel people an opportunity and to develop them to the point that they can one day get the bigger opportunity.

That's what has happened with the 49ers. Mayhew, Saleh, McDaniel, Carthon, and Ryans being on the 49ers staff actually predates the rule, but it shows how much incentive teams can have to make minority hires at lower levels.

This has ZERO to do with Lance.
For Arlos theres nothing but Lance
 
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For Arlos theres nothing but Lance

When Lance was trying to stick up for Purdy, he said he learned valuable things about Purdy “as a human being“ without relating anything about what Purdy taught HIM about being a better quarterback. He should, especially if he’s starting.
 

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They picked Drake Jackson last year. Haven’t heard his name all year lol
Doubt he even makes their team next year. Compensatory picks aren’t all that great considering their basically 4th rounders
Drake Jackson has been a monster when ever he had been called .

Try again. 😁
 
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