Return of the (Bloody Sock) Jedi

Huh. Looks like Young Sir Alex is coming back to the Niners. Possible? Probable? Who cares? I’d rather see Frank Gore back in the Red and Gold, if anyone. If we get to the point of Smith coming back and starting, we are fucked anyway. Still think we either get Mac Jones in the 2nd round or we trade up for someone. Then again, we may very well just see if Trey Lance falls to us. Which is slightly possible. More likely if we trade up with, say Cincinnati at 5. Regardless, we would be carrying 3 QBs. Which is prudent.

Irregardless, the Niners may be wise to look at Gabe Jackson, right guard on the Raiders set to be a cap casualty. We desperately need line depth, and he would bolster our line immediately. We can then go for a center in free agency or the draft, as Westie Richie is Toastie for yet another season with a recent hip surgery that will end his 2021 season.

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4 Responses to Return of the (Bloody Sock) Jedi

  1. Winder says:

    I doubt Smith will be back here. But I think kicking the tires on Jackson would be a good thing to do, and we may get Mack at center it we play our cards right. i think FA opens up on either the 14th or the 17th so the action should be fun at least for a few days.

  2. alleykat69 says:

    Found a highlight reel of Frank Gore from 9/20/09
    He broke off 2 runs for touchdowns of 79&80 yards
    against The Seahawks ( even better!) joining only Barry Sanders to do that in NFL history in the same game! What a great accomplishment,and he showed amazing speed back then breaking thru the line like he was shot out of a cannon with no one coming close to tackling the HOF runner..

    • Winder says:

      Gore truly was a human cannon ball and I hope we can sign him this year. Put him on the inactive list until someone gets hurt and let him run. it would be a totally classy way for him to retire.

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