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RE: FAcy and Draft

Posted: 2/14/2013 10:24 AM

RE: FAcy and Draft 


I have no problem with bringing in Smith. He has familiarity with the offense and Norv knows whether or not he has the ability to thrive or if bringing him in would just be a bridge to the next guy.

I don't believe he gives you much more than Weeden. A little more mobility. I think they would do well against each other in a competition and would make the position better.

However I'm not certain that he's worth giving up any draft picks considering it is unlikely that San Fran would keep him on their roster if they can't trade him. They need too many other improvements to have that much of their cap space invested in a backup. He'll be a FA by next month if no one else trades for him.
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Posted: 2/18/2013 12:13 PM

RE: FAcy and Draft 



0tter wrote: I have no problem with bringing in Smith. He has familiarity with the offense and Norv knows whether or not he has the ability to thrive or if bringing him in would just be a bridge to the next guy.


While both cities are located in the State of California and both are named after saints in Spanish, San Diego and San Francisco are in fact different cities with different NFL franchises. Come to think of it, "James Francis" would make one hell of a sweet Irish name even tho these are in Spanish... Jus sayin'.

Kind of like the Denver and Cleveland Feds are in different cities. You know, for programming specs.

Last edited 2/18/2013 5:22 PM by Nasdaq

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Posted: 2/18/2013 3:49 PM

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Nasdaq wrote:
0tter wrote: I have no problem with bringing in Smith. He has familiarity with the offense and Norv knows whether or not he has the ability to thrive or if bringing him in would just be a bridge to the next guy.


While both located in the State of California and both named after saints in Spanish, San Diego and San Francisco are in fact different cities with different NFL franchises. Come to think of it, "James Francis" would make one hell of a sweet Irish name even tho these are in Spanish... Jus sayin'.

Kind of like the Denver and Cleveland Feds are in different cities. You know, for programming specs.
Then again, didn't the Gaels receive their tongue from the Galicians?
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