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Postby skinsfan » Thu Oct 19, 2006 3:04 pm

These guys should be huge next season. Only one I'm not positive about is Musa.

QB: Jason Campbell (that's right)
RB: Musa Smith
RB: Verand Morencey
WR: David Tyree
WR: Chris Henry (somewhere)
TE: Vernon Davis
K: Zidane (he could tackle guys with his forehead)
D: STL in a year will be top-5 or better
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Postby Smee » Thu Oct 19, 2006 3:37 pm

skinsfan wrote:These guys should be huge next season. Only one I'm not positive about is Musa.

QB: Jason Campbell (that's right)
RB: Musa Smith
RB: Verand Morencey
WR: David Tyree
WR: Chris Henry (somewhere)
TE: Vernon Davis
K: Zidane (he could tackle guys with his forehead)
D: STL in a year will be top-5 or better


:-b

I think Maroney has the most potential in the near future, though I would like to see Caddy, Benson, Brown from the celebrated draft class of 2005 step it up.
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Postby LS2throwed » Thu Oct 19, 2006 4:01 pm

what has vernon davis showed any of you guys except that he is really fast? he cannot block, has horrible technique, and still is probably a year or 2 away from being a great TE play in fantasy...he will make some plays due to his speed, but overall he wont be consistent along the lines of shockey, gates, winslow, and the top tier TE's...he's got a way to go before he gets there....


and i could see leinart taken as the 2nd-4th qb taken....after manning, between mcnabb and palmer..
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Postby Nineball » Thu Oct 19, 2006 4:28 pm

Two calendar years from now I think Davis is as good as those guys. The Niners have a few good pieces that could gel in a couple of years.
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Postby Posse » Thu Oct 19, 2006 4:31 pm

I would add Jerious Norwood in there also.
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Postby mysticphysh » Thu Oct 19, 2006 4:52 pm

skinsfan wrote:QB: Jason Campbell (that's right)



Homer ;-D :-b


QB Alex Smith (Horrible last year, but has shown flashes this year. needs a possession WR to go with big play Bryant)
RB Maurice Jones-Drew (Move over Fragile Freddy)
RB Maroney (Dillion is about 60 yrs old, right?)
WR Jennings (I'd still take S Moss over him until further notice :-D )
WR Reggie Brown (THis kid has big play ability. Needs to work on consitency)
TE Vernon Davis (My no-brainer pick)
K Who cares?


That'll be one heck of a team 2-3 years from now. ;-D
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Postby Free Bagel » Thu Oct 19, 2006 4:59 pm

The OP did say all-fantasy team so those of you pulling out guys like Maurice Drew and Musa Smith are saying that these guys will be the guys to have over guys like LT and LJ?
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Postby mysticphysh » Thu Oct 19, 2006 5:03 pm

Free Bagel wrote:The OP did say all-fantasy team so those of you pulling out guys like Maurice Drew and Musa Smith are saying that these guys will be the guys to have over guys like LT and LJ?


It says "Next wave" not current wave. ;-D
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Postby Free Bagel » Thu Oct 19, 2006 5:33 pm

mysticphysh wrote:
Free Bagel wrote:The OP did say all-fantasy team so those of you pulling out guys like Maurice Drew and Musa Smith are saying that these guys will be the guys to have over guys like LT and LJ?


It says "Next wave" not current wave. ;-D


Yes, which when combined with the text in the body of the post (main point posted below) implies that the OP was saying in two years LJ/LT won't any longer be the guys at the top and will have been replaced by whom? Guys like Drew and Musa may be more solidified starters by then, but naming them in this thread implies that they will be the guys by which all other FF players are judged like LT/LJ are now.

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Postby mysticphysh » Thu Oct 19, 2006 5:41 pm

Free Bagel wrote:
mysticphysh wrote:
Free Bagel wrote:The OP did say all-fantasy team so those of you pulling out guys like Maurice Drew and Musa Smith are saying that these guys will be the guys to have over guys like LT and LJ?


It says "Next wave" not current wave. ;-D


Yes, which when combined with the text in the body of the post (main point posted below) implies that the OP was saying in two years LJ/LT won't any longer be the guys at the top and will have been replaced by whom? Guys like Drew and Musa may be more solidified starters by then, but naming them in this thread implies that they will be the guys by which all other FF players are judged like LT/LJ are now.

Nineball wrote:Here's my 2008 all fantasy team.



True true. So take my post as all "next wave". 3-4 years from now, these guys will be draft firsts.
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