Let’s keep it consistent here!"WhiteFanposts

Let’s keep it consistent here!"WhiteFanposts

Postautor: liny195 » 6 wrz 2019, o 04:50

Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsNFL Mock DraftNFL Draft2019 NFL Draft: 49ers picks Y.A. Tittle Jersey , mock drafts, news, rumors, analysisMel Kiper sticks with Nick Bosa in latest mock draftNew,118commentsLet’s keep it consistent here!PDTShareTweetShareShareMel Kiper sticks with Nick Bosa in latest mock draftThe 2019 NFL draft is now less than a month away, and the common prediction is the Arizona Cardinals going after Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray at No. 1 and the San Francisco 49ers taking Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa at No. 2. Mel Kiper wrote his latest mock draft and it stays consistent with what has been going on the last few weeks: Murray to the Cardinals, Bosa to the 49ers. The article does require an ESPN+ subscription but you can see what he said about the Niners without a subcription. Here’s his latest thoughts on the Murray pick: The only negative I can think on this not happening is this could define Kingsbury and Keim’s job if it happens. If Kingsbury can’t get that team turned around in two-three years, both of them could be hopping into the unemployment line for the fact Keim took a quarterback in the first round twice in as many years. That’s Cleveland Browns level incompetence. Alright, onto the main event. Nick Bosa. What can Kiper say that has not already been said? Remember the days when I said the 49ers had a legit shot at Nick Bosa? I thought it was for different reasons than what is transpiring, but now that Bosa is becoming a reality I can’t help but feel buyer’s remorse and wondering if a trade back is the best option. There’s not much more I (or many of you) can say that hasn’t already been said about this scenario other than if the 49ers go with Bosa, I hope he makes the defensive line one of the most feared in the league. Between him, Dee Ford, and DeForest Buckner (hey Solomon Thomas, this is your year http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-jerry-rice-jersey , son) that line has the potential to be one of the best in the league. If the 49ers can put up points like the Kansas City Chiefs could in 2017 and 2018, that line could force some insane takeaways when opposing teams are forced to play catch-up. Taking a look at former San Francisco 49ers and other players who stood out in Week 6 of the Alliance of American Football."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsAAFSan Francisco 49ers NewsFormer 49ers and other standouts from Week 6 of the AAFNew,18commentsTaking a look at former 49ers and other players who stood out in Week 6 of the Alliance of American Football.PDTShareTweetShareShareFormer 49ers and other standouts from Week 6 of the AAFMatt Kartozian-USA TODAY SportsThe Alliance of American Football wrapped up another week of their inaugural season on Sunday. Several former San Francisco 49ers players and coaches stood out in Week 6, as well as other players whose performances could put them on the radar of NFL teams. We’ll be dropping in on the AAF on a weekly basis to see who’s making an impact in the new league.Former 49ersMike Singletary, Memphis ExpressSingletary’s Express fell to 1-5 Saturday, losing 22-9 to the Salt Lake Stallions. The former 49ers head coach now owns the worst record in the AAF. Singletary lands on our standout list not for his Week 6 performance, but for the impending arrival of polarizing quarterback Johnny Manziel. The Express added Manziel on Saturday after the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes released him earlier this month. He was not allowed to play for any other CFL teams. Singletary coaching Manziel becomes must-watch TV.Ja’Quan Gardner, San Diego FleetGardner suited up for the 49ers’ final 2018 preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers but didn’t receive any snaps and was released two days later. He currently ranks third among AAF running backs with 309 yards rushing, averaging 5.1 yards per carry. Gardner’s found the endzone three times this season for the Fleet as their lead back.Rashad Ross, San Diego FleetRoss signed a reserve/futures contract with the 49ers in January of 2017 but was released in June, before the bulk of the offseason began. He’s now among the AAF’s most prolific receivers, totaling 29 receptions for 452 yards and six touchdowns. He currently ranks second in yards receiving behind Orlando Apollo’s Charles Johnson (521). He seems primed for another invite to an NFL training camp in 2019.Other standoutsDerron Smith, S, San Antonio CommandersSmith reeled in a pick-six for the second week in a row. He intercepted Atlanta Legends quarter Aaron Murray on Saturday in the fourth quarter http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-colin-kaepernick-jersey , returning it for an 87-yard score. The former Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals safety is among the AAF’s top defenders. Smith’s three interceptions is tied for second among all defenders.Karter Schult, DE, Salt Lake StallionsSchult continues to establish himself as the top AAF defensive lineman. He totaled five sacks heading into Saturday’s contest against the Expresses. He added another two, bringing his six-game total to seven. Schult has 18 quarterback hits on the season and is another AAF defender likely to garner NFL attention this offseason.L’Damian Washington, WR, Birmingham IronWashington burst on to the scene in Week 6. Prior to Sunday’s game against the Fleet, the Iron receiver had 14 catches for 277 yards and one touchdown to his name. He added four receptions for 128 yards on Sunday, finding the endzone twice. He also added a two-point conversion to his evening. Washington’s highlight play came in the second quarter where he reeled in an 83-yard touchdown from quarterback Luis Perez.Current standingsEast Division1. Orlando Apollos (5-1)2. Birmingham Iron (4-2)3. Atlanta Legends (2-4)4. Memphis Express (1-5)West Division1. San Diego Fleet (4-2)2. Arizona Hothots (3-3)3. San Antonio Commanders (3-3)4. Salt Lake City Stallions (2-4)Stats leadersPassing yards1. Garrett Gilbert — 1.625 yards2. Logan Woodside — 1,189 yards3. Jon Wolford — 1,188 yardsRushing yards1. Jhurell Pressley — 343 yards2. Kenneth Farrow, II — 340 yards3. Ja’Quan Gardner — 309 yardsReceiving yards1. Charles Johnson — 521 yards2. Rashad Ross — 452 yards3. Dontez Ford — 435 yardsTackles1. DeMarquis Gates — 392. Erick Dargan — 383. Tyson Graham, Jr. — 37Sacks1. Karter Schult — 72. Jayrone Elliott — 5.53. Damontre Moore — 5Interceptions1. De’Vante Bausby — 42. Terence Garvin — 3t2. Derron Smith — 3
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