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#15 : January 07, 2011, 04:50:41 PM

I could see Jim wanting him to compete or even backup to help teach the system ... if the system is even similar to what they even ran at San Diego.  Is Josh better than any third rounder to be found in this next draft? yes.  And he's still young, but a 3rd just sounds too high.  I don't see them offering anything higher than a 4th.   The Question is where does JJ rank here and where does Carpenter rank here, in the minds of the coaches?  I think PR talked about that some in an insider article this week..

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#16 : January 07, 2011, 04:51:56 PM

A 3rd that would become a 2nd rounder if he started more than 10 games.

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#17 : January 07, 2011, 04:55:46 PM

I think if we get lucky we could get a 3rd for JJ. I wonder how much Tarnard Jackson would bring in a trade.
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#18 : January 07, 2011, 05:02:16 PM

Starting to think that Harbaugh will try to see what he can do with Alex Smith first. And wait till next year's draft to upgrade the position.

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#19 : January 07, 2011, 05:05:14 PM

I'd rather keep him, would be OK for nothing less than a 3 pick if the coaches think well enough of Carpenter.
But I like what JJ brings, would like hi here.

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#20 : January 07, 2011, 05:07:33 PM

well just so you know Alex Smith had a 4.0 GPA and graduated in 3 years.  I doubt JJ is smarter than him at anything, including football.  Still don't think either are starting material in this league. 


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#21 : January 07, 2011, 05:23:48 PM

I'd trade him for Anthony Dixon who they picked up in the 6th last year.
I'd be down for that.  It would sovle our backup RB problem.  Dixon is the perfect WCO RB.  Great pass catcher and has the size to be a good blocker.  Whether he is one or not I don't know.


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#22 : January 07, 2011, 05:30:15 PM

well just so you know Alex Smith had a 4.0 GPA and graduated in 3 years.  I doubt JJ is smarter than him at anything, including football.  Still don't think either are starting material in this league.

C'mon you know GPA has nothing to do with football. That being said, I respect your thought that Smith is smarter than JJ. In reality, neither of us know for sure. But I'd pick Johnson over Smith at this point.  Smith has the tools but is way too inconsistent. Smith is mobile but has nothing on JJ in that department.  I'd like to see what JJ could do in a pure WCO.

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#23 : January 07, 2011, 05:35:28 PM

I think Harbaugh keeps the qb's he has and hopes Luck falls to him next year..

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#24 : January 07, 2011, 06:03:55 PM

I got a price for JJ. Tell the 49ers to swap 1st round picks with us and he's all theirs!

According to the draft point chart, that would be a 650 point swap (from 20 to 7) which is equal to the 29th pick of the draft. lol


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#25 : January 07, 2011, 06:06:32 PM

Nothing lower than a 3rd...and that's still something I would be reluctant about.

I completely agree!!!! I'm not high on trading him at all.

What exactly makes Johnson so much better than Alex Smith?  Or Troy Smith, for that matter?

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#26 : January 07, 2011, 06:09:46 PM

Starting to think that Harbaugh will try to see what he can do with Alex Smith first. And wait till next year's draft to upgrade the position.
I think Harbaugh keeps the qb's he has and hopes Luck falls to him next year..


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#27 : January 07, 2011, 06:17:14 PM

Alex Smith has had like 6,123 different coordinators in his 5 year career. I think the kid is done for. Harbaugh might not be interested in JJ, but I definitely think he'll look for a new QB this year.

Also, Harbaugh did say that if football was the SATs, JJ would crush it. He said that JJ was hands down the smartest football player he had coached. This comment is the only reason I think he might want JJ. Oh...and the fact that in JJ's last two years of college he threw 77 TDs to only 6 Ints. He also ran for 13 TDs. He had a total of 128 TDs in college.....


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#28 : January 07, 2011, 06:31:54 PM

6 year career. :P

But seriously, he's still only 26, J dub. And I think his problem is that he tries to do too much instead of letting the game come to him and taking what the D gives him. (Live out here in SoCal and have watched him a bit)

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#29 : January 07, 2011, 06:36:46 PM

6 year career. :P


I know you're joking, but he actually did 99% of it in his last 3 years. I don't care what division you are in....that's impressive.

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