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JackH
02-28-2013, 09:41 AM
15? I think thats what they have. Will they trade around half of them because no where near that many players can possibly make their roster?

So I hear they are looking at Darrelle Revis. They definitely will get him or somebody else good for some draft picks.

You would think the 49ers would want to move up in the draft and give 2 for 1 draft picks. Ive seen a lot of comments in these forums about the Steelers moving down in the draft to pick up extra picks. Makes sense to me.

Players like Matt Elam and Tavon Austin and Eddie Lacy who have been talked about in these forums might not go in the first round. Same with linebackers like Manti Teo and Alec Overtree. What if the Steelers trade their number 1 (#17) for the pick the 49ers got from the Chiefs, which is the 2nd pick in the 2nd round (#34)? And the Steelers get another pick, say in the 3rd round? This gives the 49ers another 1st pick to bargain with for somebody like Revis, and still have a 1st round pick for themselves.

One or two of those guys like Elam, Austin, Lacy, Teo, Overtree most likely will be available at pick #34 and one or two of them likely will be available for the Steelers current pick in the 2nd round.

Some team is going to do something like this with the 49ers.

SteelersCanada
02-28-2013, 10:19 AM
They can't get Darrelle Revis because this isn't Madden. How are they going to pay him?

As for their picks, they're going to be active in terms of trading up and down and picking up a few extra picks in 2014 while they're at it.

WokeUpWithaWoodley
02-28-2013, 10:26 AM
The San Francisco 49ers have a need at cornerback and mountain of draft picks.

For those two reasons, it's perfectly logical they would make some sort of play for New York Jets star Darrelle Revis. That just might be the case.

Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports reports the 49ers are among a "handful of teams" that have discussed pursuing Revis, according to two sources. Cole adds that the 49ers will make a play even if Revis -- a free-agent-to-be in 2014 -- becomes a one-year rental.

Adding a healthy Revis to the 49ers' defense is enough to make Pete Carroll and the rest of the coaches in the NFC queasy. It also would be a boon to the burgeoning Revis-Richard Sherman rivalry.

The 49ers are well stocked to make the Jets a competitive offer. They already have 11 selections in April's draft and are expected to get the 34th overall pick when they complete their trade with the Kansas City Chiefs for Alex Smith. Three more compensatory picks will follow.

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The 49ers' biggest issue to making a Revis a long-term solution in their secondary is salary cap space. As a short-term rental, he's a financial steal because of his $6 million salary (after bonuses.)

New Jets general manager John Idzik is known for his patient approach, and it's possible the team could carry Revis into the summer and beyond as they wait for the right package.

The Jets have only one chance to get this right. The 49ers are an intriguing partner, but the Jets will keep their options open.

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teegre
02-28-2013, 10:26 AM
Trade the 31st & 34th for Revis.

WokeUpWithaWoodley
02-28-2013, 10:31 AM
Just going to throw it out there for the sake of discussion. Note I don't support the idea cause I like Ike.

But say we resign Lewis, IMO Allen is ready to be a full time starter, soo you could trade ike for the 34 and probably one other pick say round 5.

Would leave us with a lot of options at 17, 34 then our own second(can't think of the number of the top of my head)

SteelersCanada
02-28-2013, 10:46 AM
Trade the 31st & 34th for Revis.

How are they going to pay him?

Just going to throw it out there for the sake of discussion. Note I don't support the idea cause I like Ike.

But say we resign Lewis, IMO Allen is ready to be a full time starter, soo you could trade ike for the 34 and probably one other pick say round 5.

Would leave us with a lot of options at 17, 34 then our own second(can't think of the number of the top of my head)

47.

Also, I doubt they'd give anything that high for Ike as he's up there in years and can't bring down INTs. It'd have to be for someone like Cortez Allen and I wouldn't pull the trigger on that as he's the future of this team.

wwhickok
02-28-2013, 11:11 AM
I think theyre going to do a lot of damage with them. Look for some big time play makers to end up in SF. Don't be shocked if one of them is Justin Hunter or Hopkins.

JackH
02-28-2013, 12:16 PM
I think theyre going to do a lot of damage with them. Look for some big time play makers to end up in SF. Don't be shocked if one of them is Justin Hunter or Hopkins.

Wouldn't surprise me at all. I definitely think the 49ers are looking for a WR, either in the draft or a trade for picks.

Those two guys you mentioned, Justin Hunter and Deandre Hopkins, are usually mentioned in the top 5 for the draft. I'm guessing 2nd round most likely for both of them.

Just curious. Would you take those two guys before Tavon Austin?

tony hipchest
02-28-2013, 01:55 PM
Scott Pioli was on radio talking about 49ers picks and reflected how when with the Patriots, they took a 7th round pick and w/in 5 years they had converted it into a 3rd, by continually trading it for a higher round pick in the following years draft.

Vis
02-28-2013, 02:07 PM
Scott Pioli was on radio talking about 49ers picks and reflected how when with the Patriots, they took a 7th round pick and w/in 5 years they had converted it into a 3rd, by continually trading it for a higher round pick in the following years draft.


Picks don't win games, players do. There's no offseason championship ring.

tony hipchest
02-28-2013, 07:12 PM
Picks don't win games, players do. There's no offseason championship ring.players win games. picks get players. point is there are plenty of creative things the 9ers can do with all them picks.

patriots havent won a multitude of rings with their millions of picks, but their fans are always excited about draft day and they certainly arent bemoaning an 8-8 season.

49ers are in good shape.

Vis
02-28-2013, 07:18 PM
players win games. picks get players. point is there are plenty of creative things the 9ers can do with all them picks.

patriots havent won a multitude of rings with their millions of picks, but their fans are always excited about draft day and they certainly arent bemoaning an 8-8 season.

49ers are in good shape.

If they make the picks. NE playing around and not using the pick for 5 years added nothing to the team

tony hipchest
02-28-2013, 09:09 PM
If they make the picks. NE playing around and not using the pick for 5 years added nothing to the teammaybe its the pick they converted into aaron hernandez.

anyways, cant convince me having 15 picks in a draft or flipping a 7th until it turns into a 3rd is a bad thing.

great teams like the steelers build through the draft.

every team will miss and be wrong with plenty of their selections. its the nature of the beast. but the more picks you got, you increase your odds to be right.

if i were 49ers mgmt i'd certainly be looking to flip a few and put them in the bank. its a smart strategy for a team whose roster is stacked.

NSMaster56
02-28-2013, 09:42 PM
Niners seem like an ideal trading partner.

It would be great to work out a mutually beneficial deal.

MasterOfPuppets
03-01-2013, 05:21 PM
49ers 2013 picks
1. First round: Own pick
2. Second round: Own pick
3. Second round; Chiefs
4. Third round: Own pick
5. Third round: From Carolina in trade-back during 2012 draft
6. Third round: Likely compensatory selection
7. Fourth round: Own pick
8. Fifth round: Own pick
9. Fifth round: From Indianapolis in trade-back during 2012 draft
10. Sixth round: Own pick
11. Sixth round: From Miami in trade-back during 2012 draft
12. Seventh round: Own pick
13. Seventh round: From Cincinnati for Taylor Mays
14. Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection
15. Seventh round: Likely compensatory selection

team needs (according to walt football
Team Needs:

Two Safeties: Dashon Goldson is a free agent, while Donte Whitner surrendered more touchdowns than any other safety in 2012. If the Super Bowl proved anything, it's that the 49ers have to upgrade their secondary.

Wide Receiver: Mario Manningham, coming off ACL and PCL tears, could be cut this offseason. Randy Moss, whose lethargy finally cost the 49ers in the Super Bowl, won't be back. San Francisco has to find a secondary wideout for Colin Kaepernick.

Cornerback: You have to wonder if the heavily penalized Chris Culliver will be back next year after insulting the San Francisco community in the week leading up to the Super Bowl. Joe Flacco mercilessly torched Culliver, who can be upgraded. Meanwhile, Carlos Rogers will be 32, so he won't be around much longer.

Rush Linebacker: Parys Haralson could be a cap casualty. The 49ers were already thin at rush linebacker, so they'll have to add depth behind Aldon Smith and Ahmad Brooks.

Nose Tackle: The 49ers proved last year that they don't really need a full-time nose tackle, but they could certainly use one to make their defense better.

Defensive End: San Francisco has to find a successor for Justin Smith, a 34-year-old entering his contract season.

Center: Jonathan Goodwin, who just turned 34, will be entering his contract year in 2013. He could be replaced this offseason.

Offensive Tackle: There isn't much depth behind Joe Staley and Anthony Davis.

Tight End: San Francisco will have to find a blocking tight end if Delanie Walker isn't retained.

Kicker: David Akers missed more field goals than any other kicker in the NFL this past season.

TRH
03-01-2013, 09:14 PM
it always seems that NE and SF have all the draft pick power. Very well played by 2 supremely smart front offices.