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Now for the next piece of business

Posted: 2/13/2013 7:40 AM

Now for the next piece of business 


Now that Chip has his coaching staff set into to place and has given the city a vague idea of where the offense is headed how about we address the next issue, Nnamdi Asomugha.  Is there any other direction to go with this underperformer other than straight up handing him his walking papers and telling him to take a hike?  What kinda value is there really out there in the market for a guy that hasnt showed much ability in 2 years?
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Posted: 2/16/2013 12:25 AM

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You know, he's been underwhelming for almost the entirety of his tenure here. At his best, he's shown solid coverage but it's been spotty. The thing for me is, I'm not as down on him as a lot of other folks simply because I think there are a lot of other factors that contribute to his poor play (including, but not limited to) himself. He's 31, and nobody loses that much ability that rapidly at that age, especially with a relatively clean injury history. 

I'm going to do a little research and then do an expanded post explaining in detail why I believe this, but in short I don't think he should go right now.
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Last edited 2/16/2013 12:29 AM by ConnieLingus

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Posted: 2/16/2013 3:06 AM

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ConnieLingus wrote: You know, he's been underwhelming for almost the entirety of his tenure here. At his best, he's shown solid coverage but it's been spotty. The thing for me is, I'm not as down on him as a lot of other folks simply because I think there are a lot of other factors that contribute to his poor play (including, but not limited to) himself. He's 31, and nobody loses that much ability that rapidly at that age, especially with a relatively clean injury history. 

I'm going to do a little research and then do an expanded post explaining in detail why I believe this, but in short I don't think he should go right now.

Alright Ill hear you out, when you get back to it ill read through your post; but as of now he's shown not a single reason for him to be here. I understand the franchise doesnt want to spread themselves to thin at CB but his cap number is extremely high and he flat out to me, hasnt produced in one aspect of the game.  Lemme see your side of things and i'll weigh it out and respond as to how i feel on the situation.  I could be wrong it wouldnt be the first time but youd have to be quite convincing i feel like were stuck between a rock and a hard place with him
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