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Morning Tailgate: Greg Roman Profile

Posted by Taylor Price on April 3, 2013 – 11:51 AM

There’s a lot to like about San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman. I repeat, a lot.

He’s energetic, he’s thoughtful and perhaps most important of all, he knows how to put his players in position to win.

Twenty-seven victories in two seasons later, those impressive traits were recently documented by esteemed Yahoo! Sports writer Michael Silver, who wrote a solid profile on the 49ers play-caller. Silver and Roman spoke for so long over lunch recently, the 49ers coordinator’s car was impounded. Not to worry, Roman picked his car up and got back to doing what he loves.

Silver went into detail on how Roman is moving on from Super Bowl XLVII and how the game’s final sequence overshadowed a stellar season in 2012.

“The upshot is especially cruel,” Silver wrote. “Roman, the man who probably dialed up more brilliant calls than anyone in the business last season, the audacious innovator who overhauled the Niners’ offense on the fly in midseason and literally and figuratively unveiled formations that turned the football world upside down, is the guy getting blasted by half the folks who’ve ever held a Madden joystick.”

But don’t only take Silver’s words. Consider the comments from two-time Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Staley.

“I’ve never been around a coordinator who understands everything,” Staley told Silver. “Not just X’s and O’s and how you draw it up, but the bigger picture, too. Watching games [on tape], I find myself saying, ‘This is a perfect call here.’ It seems seamless to him. There are a lot of guys who are really smart with plays and who run creative schemes, but it’s the way you call those plays that makes all the difference. He’s great at both. He’s very innovative.”

Roman continues to find ways to make the 49ers better in 2013 and is surely eager to work with recently acquired quarterback Colt McCoy, in addition to installing more wrinkles to the hybrid offense the 49ers ran last season.

Roman can analyze the Super Bowl outcome all he wants, but in the back of his mind he knows there’s more to come from his offensive unit.

“The reality is, if you’ve got a guy who can throw the ball like [Colin Kaepernick] can and run it like he can, it eventually becomes a numbers game,” Roman told Silver. “What do you want to stop? Then we turn to something we call play-action, and it’s a huge advantage.

“So yeah, (defenses are) gonna be spending a lot of time on this. They should. This is real. And we’re just getting started.”

More 49ers headlines can be found in the Morning Tailgate.

Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com compared McCoy to former 49ers quarterback Alex Smith.

The National Football Post commended McCoy for his comments in his introductory conference call.

ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter reported the 49ers have agreed to a one-year contract with free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. No official word on the signing has been made by the 49ers front office.

Safety Donte Whitner was asked about the reported signing in a recent appearance on NFL Network. Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee shared Whitner’s comments on the potential “good fit.”

McCoy’s first day with the 49ers was documented by 49ers.com.




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53 Responses to “Morning Tailgate: Greg Roman Profile”

  1. By 49er-n-memphis on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    U hear Coach G Ro, “we’re just getting started”. Welcome Colt & welcome back to the bay Namdi. Great additions all where needed. We are really setting the bar high for this season. Step up or get stepped on. GO 9ERS

  2. By bow53 on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    our offense is gonna be explosive this coming season,hoping everbody is healthy and darn good to go…w/ G-RO. directing traffic, what can i say about this guy .. a splash of genius, the words to describe him…and fangio is gonna have a field day on defense..all year long, fr. the F.A. pick up and not to mention up coming draft picks…were going all the way….NINERS BABY!!!!!

  3. By tanglung on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply


  4. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    Im looking forward to C-KAP once again proving all the doubters wrong. 2013 will showcase kap’s natural ability to throw the ball, and he will make plays from the pocket. he will make his reads and progressions, early on like he did towards the end of last years regular season.the sky’s the limit for colin kaepernick.,,,,49ers offense and defense will both be in the top 10 this upcoming season,,,IN HARBAUGH WE TRUST

  5. By ace on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    top 100 from 2011

  6. By ace on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    2013 vs larry f

  7. By phatalerror on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    mfkram64: “u know what so funny blahblahblah stills keeps putting the niners down…”things will turn out the way I said they would” whats that quote? kap. will fail the niners will lose….what? why r u even on this site? u just keep bashing the niners period…why? why? why? just go away….what kind of fan just keeps bahing his team? who? why be a fan of the forty niners if u aren’t happy with anything? why?”

    I’m happy with everything except how they handled Alex Smith: A trade for Anquan Boldin? Great move! Colt McCoy as the backup quarterback? Excellent. Nnamdi Asomugha? A bargain! The 49ers have had perhaps the best off-season of any team in the league, and their heading into the draft with a ton of draft capital, but it’s all built on the blood, sweat, and tears of the guy they kicked to the curb for a project quarterback that done nothing to earn the starts he got over the player that had endured hopeless coaching and teammate situations for over a half-decade.

    Yes, one decision can make that much of a difference. To me. And you never had to agree with my basis for thinking so. Nor did your vehement censure of my opinions provide any basis for me backing off what I saw with my own eyes: Kaepernick beats badly coordinated defenses. The NFL is full of those, and Kaepernick’s playoff run ended against a team that wasn’t badly coordinated. That’s why they say, “Defense wins championships.”

    My being a fan of the 49ers and being a fan of Alex Smith are not mutually exclusive except at the absolute: When Alex Smith finally faces the 49ers, I’m rooting for him to humiliate whoever is coaching the 49ers’ defense at that time. And while the defensive coordinator doesn’t deserve that, Michael Crabtree deserves it, and Jim Harbaugh definitely deserves it. I hope the 49ers go 18-0 on the way to the Super Bowl. I also hope that the Chiefs make it to the big dance.

    But I don’t “hope” to be vindicated. I’ve already been right about what Kaepernick was able to do and what he wasn’t able to do. I also have no doubt that the offense Kaepernick is capable of running is in the crosshairs of every competent defensive coordinator in the league.

    Blah, blah, blah me all you want. It won’t make you look any less wrong when 2013 is over and done. And while I’m mourning the self-imposed crippling of the 49ers’ offense by putting their success in the hands of an unknown commodity with immeasurable physical gifts but limited faculties as regards the mental aspects of quarterbacking, I’ll be cheering for the quarterback capable of reversing the fortunes of the team that had the worst record in 2012. I’m sorry if your favorite team — my former favorite team — happens to be steamrolled along the way. But I’d only be sorry for myself, and for what might have been. I will on the other hand relish that you were not only blind, but blind and wrong.

    Yes, my ego is still quite healthy, though yours be quite fragile.

    Now you may commence with the profanities, etc.

  8. By ace on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    i felt the same way when it happened but i think kaep has jusified the move with his play, so there

  9. By ace on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    phatalerror im sorry but you have exceded the aloted verbeige for a singular human being……..you long winded buger

  10. By Hermie on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    Called it right on yesterday’s blog before I read today’s…

    I can’t wait to see what Roman is going to come up with concerning the play calling and the explosiveness that I see in the offense with Kaep. running the plays! The defenses are going to really have to step up their game planning because of all the weapons and looks Roman was able to put in with only half a year.

    I have a feeling that Kaep. is going to be breaking some 49er records before he is done…God willing!!

    blahblahblah…”I’ve already been right about what Kaepernick was able to do and what he wasn’t able to do.” I don’t think so…he outperformed “all” expectations this year. Why do you think Alex never got his starting role back!!!!! That is why you are not creditable!! Sorry!!!

  11. By ace on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    yea what the the gm and coaches have done for the team and the fans,when they got here right away we saw immeiate results, and now with this roster and coaching staff heading into the draft with so many picks and a loaded roster already, i just wanna say THANK YOU its soo exciting being a 49er fan again and the future looks great………go niners

  12. By ace on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    Nnamdi said he didnt want garuntied money (he already has that lol) but he said he wanted to compete sounds good, he’s been gameplanned against by teams for some time that says a bunch

  13. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    I wont even comment on it,,but I will say this, when kaepernick shows the league how he can make plays from the pocket as well as with his feet,how he is already very good at going through his progressions and reads, you better come back and say how wrong you were about him phatal,,,so,,what your saying is this,,you dont like the way alex was “treated” so you therefore will root for him if we meet the chiefs in the super bowl right?? and yet you claim to be a 49er fan,,if you really were a 49er fan, you wouldnt let your “personal” feelings,get in the way of a “team” victory,,,with your own words you expose yourself as a phony with a psyche so fragile it is to laugh at,,,,what a sissy-mary,,,IN HARBAUGH WE TRUST

  14. By phatalerror on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    “when kaepernick shows the league how he can make plays from the pocket as well as with his feet,how he is already very good at going through his progressions and reads, you better come back and say how wrong you were about him phatal”

    IF. Not “When”. But thank you for the admission that he has been ineffective from the pocket until now.

    I know how to eat my words, as I’ve had to eat them before. It’s just that it’s been so long, I can’t even remember how they taste.

  15. By tanglung on Apr 3, 2013 | Reply

    phatablahblah eat my SH!T… I know you remember how that taste… Your such a HUGE @$$HOLE… Your love for Alex has blinded you to the fact that Alex is limited in his ability and everyone including youself could see that. You just won’t admit it. Alex had more weapons this last season but showed no signs of improvement so Harbaugh did what a good Coach does and pulled his plug. A few KEY players were lost due to injury for the season and Kaepernick showed way better skills with less weapons. It’s time for YOU to OPEN your EYES and SEE the TRUTH. STOP bashing the TEAM and at least try to act like a true 49ERS FAN. But I don’t see that happening because YOU are NOT a 49ERS FAN. And now your going to bash Crabtree… What the F U C K is your problem… Your such a little p r i c k….

  16. By mfkram64 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    lets see beat poor defenses…at the time the bears were a top 3 defense when he lite them up by the way his first start….anytime a backup qb plays the defense usually crushes him like the 9ers d did to campell that night and he is a vetern qb…on the road beat saints at the time one of the hottest teams winning 5 of their last 6 than to new england ya a badly coached team right? and miami who were 6th in the league in defense…the rams games were akers fault…and on to the playoffs beat rogesr and ryan…than on to super bowl were the ravens d were toast in the second half he lite them up so bad….it’s to bad they didn’t let him run the ball in the end cuz they would have won…

  17. By mfkram64 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    i agree with tanglung were u just don’t see that alex was at his peak….coach had enough holding his hand it’s time to move forward….spend more time trying to develope a 8 year vet….c’mon we all see it but u r in denial…..kap. will go thru some growing pains but with coach and his ability he will succeed in this league

  18. By phatalerror on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    “kap. will go thru some growing pains but with coach and his ability he will succeed in this league”

    But somehow it was different with Smith? “Alex was at his peak”? “Alex is limited in his ability”? It is not I that cannot see reality. It is you, the Madden gamer with a love affair for 99 THP 99 SPD quarterbacks that clouds your judgment of a quarterback whose AWR ought to be three times that of Kaepernick. The league has seen its has-beens with their cannon arms and fleet feet. It’s the quarterbacks who get the mental aspects of football that stick around. Right now, there’s little evidence that Kaepernick will get as many starts in his career as Smith already has.

    There’s all this talk about Kaepernick’s ceiling and physical attributes, but there’s no question that Smith never lost a game the way Kaepernick lost the week 13 game against the Rams. Harbaugh called him “Savant-like”. If you get brownie points for losing a game single-handedly as Kaepernick did that week, there was definitely a lot of brown going around. You can call it “growing pains”, but that was typical High School ball. What other “growing pains” will you have to admit to?

    tanglung et al, I’m not eating what you’re shoveling.

  19. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    phatablahblah et al, You are eating what you’re shoveling. This is why you can’t help but to talk it all the time.

  20. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    I now what happened. When Harbaugh benched Alex, It brought back memories of when phatablahblah was benched for his lack of skills. (vollyball) So he feels the need to CRY out. Poor Alex/phatablahblah… lmfao… ;-)

  21. By mfkram64 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    in all honestie i never played madden am not a gamer don’t believe in video games…thats the truth…hate video games…it’s not real…and to alex smith he had 8 years to prove himself and u know what he wasn’t what harbaugh wanted PERIOD! colin kaepernick is the person he wants at qb….PERIOD! u r in denial PERIOD! to sit here and say kaepernick isn;’t a good qb and has no talent is stupid and shows u don’t know football all to well..and losing in weel 13 say what? and alex smith never lost a game that way say what again? .

  22. By mfkram64 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    all i can say is colin kaepernick won a champ…game and alex smith didn’t….and your quote single handly loseing the game just shows u don’t understand football…one guy doesn’t lose a game PERIOD!

  23. By mfkram64 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    “it’s all built on blood,sweat and tears of the guy they kicked to the curb for a project qb that has done nothing to earn the starts he got over the player who endured hopless coach’s and teamates situations” o ya it’s cuz of alex smith this team is were it’s at..”.project qb”.. smith was a project every year…and this one is the best” did nothing to earn his starts”….ya bring the team to a super bowl is nothing…u r a joke…..

  24. By RED N GOLD on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply


  25. By phatalerror on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    The same four ignorant people keep arguing that Kaepernick is the next big thing. Except he’s not. Yet. Talk trash when Kaepernick actually did something. Being carried to the Super Bowl doesn’t count:

    33 plays from scrimmage in opponent’s red zone:
    16 dropbacks, 7/14 and 2 sacks, 60 net yards, 3 touchdowns, throws completed only to Crabtree and Davis, no touchdown completions from inside the red zone during his final six quarters of post-season play
    17 rush attempts, 105 net yards, 8 touchdowns, 4 by Gore, 2 by Kaepernick

    Trent Dilfer’s stat line wasn’t anything like Kaepernick’s, and yet he actually contributed to a win in the Super Bowl. He kept drives going, and played his part in keeping his defense fresh. Therefore:

    Trent Dilfer > Colin Kaepernick.

    Say all you want about Smith’s team not getting to the Super Bowl, but we all know the 49ers were going to be in the Super Bowl if not for two special teams gaffes.

    Swallow that. There’s no alternative.

  26. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    phatablahblah. Once again, I am always right. You are a D I C K…Your about as useless as your stats. The only stats that matter are the ones that put you on the bench. (volleyball) LMFAO You need to stop making me laugh. I think my @ss fell of and it’s in your mouth. You just keep talking SH!T…lololol…

  27. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    you left out from the rams game the drives that kap led down the field but stalled due to penalties that led to missed david akers field goals but your trying to tell us that kap lost the games?

  28. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    what are you going to say about alex when he chokes badly in kansas city?,,,you going to blame harbaugh for not keeping him?

  29. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    and by the way, those stats you posted above are incorrect pal, you need to re-research all your numbers, in fact,I suggest you go to pro football talk dot com and look at all the season statitics for qbs. of course when you say how incorrect you have been you’ll never admit it. or maybe take a look at nfl network dot com’s break down of game film from kaps season. for some reason,the stats they have for kaepernick seem to show him as one of the top up and coming qb’s in the league right now.there is plenty of game film showing kap going through his progressions and reads. what? didnt you watch the patriots game?,,there are quite a few plays in that game where you can see kap looking left,right,then left again, that is called going through reads and progressions, the bears game,the saints game, the falcons game,the packers game in the playoffs, your so full of hate and discontent for harbaugh and the front office you wont allow yourself to see how foolish you have been making yourself look.

  30. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    49er great and hall of fame qb steve young said on an epsidoe of espn’s nfl live,,”colin kaepernick is showing great improvement with his ability to make his reads and go through his progresasion with only a handful of nfl starts”

  31. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    49defense2012, phatablahblah will go to the websites you pointed out and say his stats are correct and their’s are wrong because he’s A LEGEND IN HIS OWN MIND.

  32. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply


  33. By phatalerror on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    “those stats you posted above are incorrect pal”

    No, those should be correct. We were talking about the post-season, so I posted post-season stats. I should have specified that though, so that’s my bad. Maybe when you see a total number that is grossly below the approximately 90 snaps he took inside the opponents’ red zones during the regular season, you’ll understand that maybe the stats being cited are more specific.

    And, no, Kaepernick did not do well making reads. He stared down primaries. He took off on runs when they were covered. This is all well-recorded. Picking out a few plays where he made a second read because he sensed containment doesn’t make him good at reading progressions. And he definitely wasn’t making multiple reads during the Super Bowl, up to which game he supposedly made great progress. Go back and watch the final drive.

    49erdefense2012, do you really want to throw in your hat with these guys who are all for Kaepernick for the simple reason that he is not Alex Smith? You sure sound like you lean that way. And if you are instead for Kaepernick for the simple reason that Smith is gone and ‘there should be no controversy’, aren’t you subjugating the relevance of any argument you make in Kaepernick’s behalf?

  34. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    Good grief. I thought we were moving on. I agree with all of you that Kaepernick was certainly effective at the starting role last year when he came in. More capable than I would have thought possible given his lack of experience. At the time that Smith was healthy and Harbaugh stayed with Kap, I thought it was going to cost us a chance at the Superbowl. Nothing against Kap, but I just thought there would be too many “rookie” mistakes, normal “growing pains” that you can’t have in a championship run. It didn’t happen. Kap played very well and I admit that I was wrong. However, even after making it all the way to the Superbowl, I still think Alex should have received his job back. If he’d continued to play very good football, which he had been doing prior to the concussion, he should have been given the opportunity to finish what he started. Then he and Kap could have competed for the starting job in the off-season this year. That’s the way I think it should have gone down. I know you all, except phatal, completely disagree. Fine. It’s done and it’s time to move on. Kap is our QB. Go Kap, Go Niners.

    However, it simply drives me crazy when people say, “Alex had 8 years to prove himself… etc etc. etc.”. Comparing Alex’s first couple of years to Kap’s first 8 games is I think, completely ridiculous. Kap stepped into a team that the year before missed the Superbowl by a special teams fumble. He was under center behind arguably the best offensive line in the NFL. He is surrounded by weapons. He was allowed to mentor under a veteran QB for a year and a half and continued to get mentored when he became the starter. And has a coaching team and scheme that was firing on all cylinders. Alex came into the worst team in football with no offensive line to speak of, no weapons, ineffective coaching staff, no mentor and an entire city’s expectations that he was somehow supposed to just make everything better single-handedly. It is impossible to compare Smith’s career start to Kaepernick’s.

    I understand you are happy Kap is the starter. Fine. I understand you think the decision to bench Alex last year was the right decision. Fine. I dis-agree and there are many that dis-agree that aren’t represented on this board; but, I think what we can all agree on is the fact that Smith was a cl@ss-act the entire time he was here. He wasn’t treated well by his coaching staff(s), he wasn’t treated well by many 49ers fans, new OC every year, etc etc, etc… but he was a cl@ss act the whole way. He was the type of athlete and role-model that we all claim we want for our kids. Even if you think he’s a “mediocre QB at best”, can’t you at least give him the respect to move on to KC without kicking him on his way out? Let’s move on.

    Lastly, I am a niners fan, I’ve been a niners fan for as long as I can remember. I will be a niners fan until the day that I die. But just as I rooted for Montana when he wore a KC uniform, I will root for Smith as he does the same, just as I rooted for Jerry in a raiders uniform and Roger Craig in a Raiders and Vikings uniform. etc. To me, those guys will always be niners.

  35. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    Alex is GONE now… Kaepernick is THE MAN … All your bashing WILL NOT change that… END OF LINE (B U T T Y)…

  36. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    You can’t be referring to me as there wasn’t any bashing in my post. Please clarify.

  37. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    In fact my whole point was the fact that Alex IS gone and Kap is now “the man”. So the bashing SHOULD stop. Did you read it?

  38. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    your an idiot phatalerror,you prove nothing except that you arent intelligent enough to admit when your wrong

  39. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    your saying kap stares down his wr’s, you say I picked out a few plays,etc.etc.etc.
    what your not taking into account is that kap has only played in how many games? I think it is very biased of you to say the things you say. what rookie qb doesnt stare down his primary read when he first comes into the league,yeah kap was not a rookie last year but it was his first time playing. you pick out a few plays here and there when he does what you say he does yet you’d want us to believe that he does it all the time.when in fact kap is getting better at the things you say he sucked at. without giving the guy a proper chance to prove himself your throwing dirt on his box prematurely and without merit. why wont you admit the fact that kap is getting better at these things? every sports analyst,nfl media and former nfl qb’s are saying he showed last year improvement on all the things any qb would struggle with in his first full time starter as an nfl qb . you seem very biased based upon this very thing.kaepernick has made leaps and bounds from his first start to the end of the super bowl,,that is from jon gruden.,,,brian billick of nfl network said kaepernicks body of work in such a short time is a clear indicator of the guys growth,,mike mayock of nfl network and NCAA college scouting reports covered kaepernicks pro combine and said the kid has a ton of raw talent and would need a year to develop,then just last friday mayock said the tape of kaepernick from his first start against the rams up to the end of the super bowl shows the kid is developing quite nicely and is making huge strides with his ability to look past his 1st read and on to his progressions.,,there are many more quotes like this about colin kaepernick. I understand you didnt like the way alex smith got benched,who would,when in fact,most former coaches applaud harbaugh for handling it the way he did using alex’s injury to go ahead and make the change instead of just making the switch and telling alex hit the bench I think kap is better than you,,,BUT, dont let your personal feelings cloud your judgement. it is completely absurd for you to be talking about kaepernick’s struggles like he is a 5-6 starter,,,the guy hasnt even played a full season yet and you seem to be the only one who doesnt see the strides the kid has made,,,I will say no more

  40. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    I was referring to your pal. He can’t seem to let go of the fact that “Alex IS gone and Kap is now the man” You are blind to the fact that your pal continues to bash Kaepernick and THE 49ERS organization. “Did you read it” Voicing your oppinion is one thing. But continually bashing is another. Am I right.

  41. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    No response…I didn’t think so…

  42. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    Yes… you are right, voicing your opinion is one thing, but continually bashing is another. And the way I see it, Phatal, and I to a lesser extent, respond to all of you bashing smith, and you all respond to Phatal bashing Kap. At some point, we all just need to move on. Phatal, you, me, etc. But that’s just my opinion. I don’t hold myself up as the moderator here. I personally just think the topic is now played out. Smith is gone on to KC. Nothing more is served by beating each up over a controversy that is no longer relevant.

  43. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    I was right, You are blind… Go way back and read when you’re PAL started all this. This is why you’re not liked either. “phatal, and I to a lesser extent” You maybe , But you’re pal, H E L L no ….UNBELIEVABLE…

  44. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    why am I blind… I think we ALL need to stop. Phatal, me, you, etc. Let’s all move on. I never said you started this current thread. I wasn’t defending Phatal. Personally, I don’t agree with alot of what Phatal says about Kap. I think Kap has the potential to be a great QB in the league… time, and situation, will tell. I do agree with Phatal about Smith though and often am on the side of defending Smith. But I just don’t see the point of that discussion anymore as Smith is not here. I think we should all move on.

  45. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    and (I nearly glossed over this), my “popularity” on this board doesn’t really concern me all that much. I enjoy talking about my team and this board used to be an outlet to do so. It has become something else which is why I keep proposing that we move on.

  46. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    You’re pal will continue the bashing. You’ll see. Then again, Probably not.

  47. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    Yes, Phatal will probably continue bashing, and you’ll bash right back and so on and so on. “It takes two to tango”.

  48. By ace on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    hmm check this out victor cruz ?


  49. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    Wow, that’s a pretty big name and a big pricetag. Not sure we need him with Crab, Boldin, Manningham and Williams. I’d rather keep what we have @ssuming Manningham and Williams will be healthy.

  50. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    Cruz is good though, no doubt.

  51. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    ” It takes two to tango “

  52. By temper11 on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    Tang… that’s right. Takes two. We all need to move on.

  53. By tanglung on Apr 4, 2013 | Reply

    temper11…. Why don’t you and your pal move on…

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