- January 14, 2022 at 11:13 am #12027nm9erholicParticipant
Trent and Deebo made the list, Nick got 5 votes, not quite strong enough down the stretch. I wasn’t sure if Deebo would make it over more traditionally dominant receivers, glad the voters didn’t let themselves be blinded by raw receiving stats.January 14, 2022 at 2:31 pm #12028JohnParticipant
Bosa should have been on the 2nd team I think. Oh well maybe if he’s not all pro it might make him a little cheaper come contract time? Probably not.January 14, 2022 at 4:37 pm #12029RedBluffParticipant
Bosa’s production suffered from teams chippin and double teaming his ass for most of the season. Key, DJ, Baby Huey Armstead and Ebukom reaped the rewards….but they should have done more with it.
Nick’s still going to be expense but we need another stud DE in the draft, resign Key and play Key and Bosa at the same time more. As Key starts getting more production teams will have to lay off Bosa. Bosa had 15.5 sacks, Arden only had 6.5, Huey 6……both these dudes needs to step up even more next year. Nick is carrying the DL right now.January 21, 2022 at 10:15 am #12132JohnParticipant
Yeah DE is a tough one to make an all pro team on. Hard to argue with any of the guys on the first or second teams. Garrett, Watt, Quinn and Crosby. Crosby reminds me a lot of Justin Smith, not huge sack numbers but just a disrupter in all areas of the game. By the way we really missed on that 2011 draft taking Aldon over both Watt and Quinn. Oh well.January 21, 2022 at 4:59 pm #12133RedBluffParticipant
John talking about DE’s reminds me of an interview Staley did with Willians a while back.
They both had the same DE for the toughest they ever faced…..both were terrified of him.
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