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He will be a huge asset and good player with the Niners. New atmosphere and winning mentality will do him well.
You serious? He wasn't very good at KC... Dunno what would change.
I approve. He'll do better at NG
Fwiw nobody is good at KC.
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
Guess you didn't realize we had four players go to the Pro Bowl on that defense...
The way you guys play I thought you only had 4 guys on that defense.
All pro IMO...Kaepernick is gonna feel like Alex Smith next year
ECU grad, tOSU fan for life. Father since 1/12/13.
Guess you didn't watch much Chiefs games. Our problem wasn't really on defense.
He'll be at Nose. New organization and winning attitude in locker room.
They don't play chief games where I live or during prime time.
Dude a bust, never been good in NFL.
Next another sec D-lineman Tyson Jackson he trash too.
Another 3-4?? He's a 4-3 player ALL THE WAY. Stupid SF, just stupid
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Run defense was horrible, which starts on the DL.
And I'm agreeing w/u on the rest.
Which is why I think GD wasn't very good. Our secondary was pretty good. Up front we weren't that is his spot.
Point goes to you...
The secondary was good.
If they can just stop the run and stop turning the ball over so much, they will be decent.
They gotta legit top 5 rushing attack.
Terms haven't been disclosed. They could have picked him up for dashboard change.
He can stuff the run. And regardless he's an upgrade over Sopoaga. His stats will improve hugely playing w 49ers imo.
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