The Crow Cafe

Okay, back to reality. There’s eleven more games to play this season. The injury to Josh Morgan is a pointed reminder how quickly sweet can turn sour in the NFL.

Still, looking at the QB rankings after five weeks of the season and seeing Alex Smith sitting in the number three spot at 104+ has got to be a real head scratcher around the league. Hahaha. Guys like ESPN’s Mike Sando, who’s been drooling over Sam Bradford since the day he stepped on the field for his first game, just can’t seem to wrap his head around Smith’s success this year without attributing it to everything in the universe but Smith himself. And even then, he can’t get past leaning toward the It’s a Fluke factor.

Sando, like the majority of other national and local pundits, had the Rams and Cardinals as the class of the NFC West when the year began. The 49ers and Seahawks were seen as battling for last place. Instead, it’s just the other way around. You can understand how some east coast writer would be clueless about the west, but Sando exclusively follows the four NFC West teams as a full time job and yet clearly doesn’t know anything much at all about them. He should be a blogger! Wait! He is!

Sando works for ESPN, so he’s naturally pumping the new Total QBR stat that ESPN invented this year. You know, the super duper system that last week ranked Tim Tebow’s pedestrian performance higher than Aaron Roger’s sterling effort. PFT pointed out this laugher Monday, but it’s not likely to keep Sando from beating the drum for it the rest of the year.

While most of the national press saw the Detroit Lions success coming, hardly any at all noticed the 49ers. They are still not indicating much of an attention to this western uprising, either. It appears the team can grab their attention this weekend when the 49ers play the Lions. Hopefully, I will not be eating this post with a crow wing when that game concludes.

The blogging age was born during the early days of the Mike Nolan era, and by now just about all of us have had to swallow the black bird over some point or other. The notorious FlyingV of the Chronical Insider is an exception, since he staked out an impregnable 5 Super Bowls or nothing platform from day one, with Joe Montana as his QB and Eddie Debartolo as his owner. That castle is unlikely to ever be breached. But for the rest of us, living more or less in the present tense, crow has been the meal at one time or another.

My own first repast was Nolan’s demise. I liked his hiring and the sense of order he restored to the franchise. I liked his drafts. I thought he should get that 4th year, as the 3rd year was just too bad luck flukey. Then I was heartily glad to see him canned. No one shoved the bird onto my table, so I ate it in quiet shame. Proving I had learned little, when Mike Singletary was hired, out came the pom poms again. And in came the bird two years later.

As some may have noticed, I’m waving the tassles over Jim Harbaugh, too. This time, the third time, will be a charming crow free experience. I’m just sure of it. At least for this week.

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  1. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    That’s funny, I ate the same crow. I really liked the hirings of Nolan and Sing, and I liked the firings even more. Sometimes a fan on the blog needs the memory of a CB.

  2. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    At least we don’t get paid to be wrong – like Sando.

  3. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I was wondering who would be the one to make sure we all knew that Alex threw two balls that could have easily been picked. No surprise, it was NoFear. Except he came up with three, imagine that. I’m surprised he didn’t let us know about the two run calls Alex missed. Harbaugh talked about the two throws and two run calls and then said when you consider the amount of plays he orchestrated, that was lights out.

  4. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    NoFear noticed something amiss in Smith’s performance? Shocking. We missed a couple of picks, too. The Bucs’ pickings were slimmer than ours.

  5. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    I see LeGarrett Blount is questionable for the Bucs’ next game. It looks like we knocked him down rather than the other way around.

  6. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Did I not call the demise of the Rams before the season started? They have a spread QB and an OC calling the vertical game. Play calling is not over rated.
    I also warned you guys that Kolb was not as good as many thought. I said that the Kolb trade would set that franchise back. Unfortunately for the Cards, he is still better than what they had last year.
    Let’s not talk about the predictions I was wrong about!

  7. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Every QB makes mistakes. Montana should have been picked off on the Drive against Cincinnati in SB23. If the Gold Standard can make a few mistakes, and get away with them, it’s only fair to let Alex slide on his maybes.
    The stat sheet shows 0 INTs his last 3 games, and only 1 for 2011. Regardless of a few close calls, that’s pretty damned good. I’m not going to play the woulda shoulda game, because then you get into the counter-BS that tipped ball INTs should not count yada yada yada. I don’t give two shits about stats anyway. He passed the Eyeball Test and we’re 4-1. Good enough for me, for now at least.

  8. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebers- Yeah, mentioning being lucky was really just a timing mechanism to slight the QB he hates. No mention that we dropped three too. Hmmmm! I guess that wasn’t unlucky for us, but our QB is sure lucky. Got it. It must be NJ’s gold jacket. We are one lucky team. I need to learn this stuff. Isn’t there be a book called “Alex Hating for Dummies”?

  9. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Hey guys…the last several posts im written havent shown up, see if this one does. Anyway…after watching Detroit last night, playing at home , except for their defensive line, i wasnt impressed. Detroit is not a powerhouse by any stretch…. take away or limit their main wideout ..and i dont see much else to worry about …by the way niners #8 in nfl power rankings…. yea …go niners

  10. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Speaking of A. Smith, Aldon needs to bring a lot of heat this coming week.

  11. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Sorry about that Tony. Not sure why. I’ll check. If it happens again, or happens to anyone else, send me an email alert. Or press the link to me on the About page.

  12. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Tony, I found two of your posts in the spam trapper. You used the F-word it seems. I have this perfectly fine word on the banned list because if it is allowed, my experience tells me that it will soon become the standard adjective or noun or verb for practically every comment. It also brings nasty arguments into play in a hurry.

  13. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Ooops…sorry Skeebs….guess i was to jacked up over the last game… 🙂 i’ll be sure to keep the potty mouth in check next time …

  14. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Potty mouth makes me sound like a prude. Let’s call it dangerous indiscretions.

  15. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    looks like opening line on game has 49ers as 4 1/2 point dog

  16. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    5.5 at the Reno Gazette Journal.

  17. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Berger…4 1/2 is the line i got from one of my online/offshore sports books

  18. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    looks like the line opened at 6 last night and has been falling

  19. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    wish i could get 6 right now without buying points 🙂

  20. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    NoFear routinely criticizes sunsets (nice, but where’s the FEELING?). Yeah, looking at how crappy Chicago was yesterday in the first half was funny. 10 false starts. Funnier still was the fact Chicago took the lead going into the half.
    Suh is a beast, but Fairley was invisible. Spread ’em out (4 WRs) and run up the gut. It’ll work. Guaranteed. Teams are now not focussing on Gore. If they do, then throw. But I’m sure the TB game will get Deetroit out of 8 in the box to start the game.
    This should play out a lot like the TB game. Get on top of them early. Take the crowd out of it. And double Mergatroid. Culliver has good size. He and Rogers should be able to contain him most of the time.

  21. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Chuck…im with you…jump out with the lead and take the crowd out…only real problems are Suh and the crowd…

  22. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Traps, stretch plays and misdirections seemed to work last night against the Lions.
    Suh is so agressive at times he’ll run himself out of a play.
    Last night’s officiating crew was horrible. THe Lion DE Vanden Boesch was doing a back and forth dance in the neutral zone in front of Bear LT Webb and they called Webb for flinching.
    Think they need to start reviewing helmet to helmet hits
    because a lot of illegal hits are being called that actually are clean.

  23. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    One guy is who is totally overrated is Martz Bear’s OC now. I think anyone can be a genius if you had the talent he had in St Louis.
    He had the trifecta plus one.
    Warner, Faulk, Holt and Isaac Bruce in his prime.
    The Bear offense is dysfunctional
    and it’s only a matter of time before Cutler stays down. He is
    taking some mean shots in multiples because he has to hold on to the ball so long and they don’t like the shotgun.

  24. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Actually, Martz is being forced to run the ball with Forte, and he’s mixing it in pretty well.
    But yeah, he’s doing no favors to Cutler by forcing him to hold the ball so long. Cutler impressed me yesterday. I usually don’t say that about him. He made play after play out of nothing.
    The Niners need to run quick hitting pass plays. Slants and screens. Even delayed draws. The Deetroit D is hyper aggressive, and that can be killed with screens and draws. Out of passing formations.

  25. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    No shit, Sherlock. When the running game gets 211 you don’t need to throw the ball as much. I suppose the offense could have done better, eh? Smith didn’t get enough yards for you? 3 TDs, not enough? Bitch about dropped int’s? Bully. I’m surprised you didn’t chime in with the Morgan injury as being needless.
    Sour grades, mofo? What was your thoughs on the season? beyond Smith killing another coach? Oh, that’s right. You don’t make predictions. You piss on parades. Little Debbie Downer.
    I suppose if they lose this Deetroit game, you’ll bemoan anything and everything and pin it on the QB.
    Cappy’s QBR? Look it up, skippy. I understand how hard it is to search for information on the internets. Sometimes the tubes get clogged.

  26. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah, why didn’t the Niners pass more? I wonder, NoFear. Hmmmm. Lemme think. We had a 31-3 lead early in the 3rd quarter. Pass!!!! Of course! Why didn’t I think of that?
    Yeah, we should have padded Smith’s stats, I guess. God, do you bother proof reading (or sanity-checking) what you post?
    Guess not, skippy.
    Here’s another thing to remember, champ. Take a look at the QBR for all the QBs in the league. I suppose it’s pure luck that Smith is #3. Smith may not stay there (or he might), but he’s obviously benefitting from a head coach and OC who understand the QB position better than the last 2 clowns who said the QB position is just like every other position on the team. It isn’t the most important.
    You feel the same way, I suppose.

  27. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Ah, the warm rosy fireglow of flamewar. Let me get my asbestos suit and my shades and a tall cold one while we wait.

  28. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Well, grump, at some point, NoFear decided to contradict everything I post. Then tell me I don’t understand his point. The old bait and switch. Vague ambiguity is his specialty.
    It’s a misguided attempt at relevance I suppose. I mean, really. Dogging a 48-3 performance? Over a team that was 3-1? Sure, take out the last 2 games that gained over 800 yards, and the Niners were last in offense.
    But if you include them, it goes up to 23. And 6th in points. Or, hey let’s just INCLUDE the last 2 games. Wow, 6th in the league. Hmmm, can you spot the trend, NoFear? Could it be they are getting better? Naaah. Imaginary. Couldn’t be the offense.

  29. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    “We need to put down Detroit on the road playing good football and the football world will pay attention when we play.”
    Yer right, skippy. I don’t know what the furk yer talking about.
    Are you e e cummings?
    Hyuk . . .

  30. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    No, not hyper-sensitive. Just being amused at the easily predicted reaction. If WE were lucky when WE did not get intercepted, how come WE weren’t unlucky when WE dropped three? Aren’t these things supposed to even out? I guess it was just a lucky win on Sunday.
    Now let me see, was Joe lucky or unlucky when Billups dropped the int just before throwing the TD pass to Taylor in the Super Bowl? Oh wait, that doesn’t count, that wasn’t Alex Smith.

  31. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    The best thing Alex Smith ever did before this year was punk two coaches that needed punking. Nolan and Sing. The guy is no pussy. He doesn’t let you mess with him for long. At some point the truth is going to surface. Mess with him and it will be coming back to you.

  32. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    I would say Nolan and Sing punked themselves when they attached their wagons to OCs who were not able to deliver (Hostler and Raye). Nolan recognized his error and fixed it – too late, as he was then stuck with JT O’Fumbleagain at QB. Sing fixed his error – but he was more of an error himself, with his devotion to the Three Clouds of Dust and a Punt offense of the 1940s. And so it goes.

  33. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Grumpy- Nice!

  34. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I was just wondering who would be the one to make sure we knew two ints were dropped. No surprise it was you. Funny thing is you found three. It is OK that you hate Alex. What is funny is when you try to say it isn’t true. You are very entertaining.

  35. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    No Fear

    Did you graduate from Sonoma State by chance?

  36. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Poor NoFear, wrong as usual, so he reverts to, well, I don’t know. Whining?

    Parse this, NoFear:

    “Let’s try and remember in all this new-found over-the-top exuberance that five and a half quarters ago we owned the league’s worst offense. That included Alex if I’m not mistaken, or one of you yahoos. He completed eleven passes, by the way. Can you even earn a QBR in eleven completed passes? If so what was Kaep’s? No need to shoot the messenger.”
    No, we just ingore the messenger when he posts retarded things like this. Why waste the ammo? What happened in those 6 quarters that you conveniently leave out, NoFear? Oh, 750 yards of offense, 5 TD passes, 0 picks. Why not take away the 62 points as well? They were all luck. Why not take away the wins? You’d be happier if they were 1-4 so you could crow about how bad they are. Why Smith is a coach killer. Like another contrarian who used to blog with unvarying inanity around here.
    Again, what’s your point regarding 11-19, 170 yards, 3 TDs, 0 picks? What you are saying is he didn’t throw enough. Naturally, NoFear advocates padding Smith’s stats with a 28 point lead.
    Too funny NoFear, you are calling yourself a keynoard tough guy. Yeah, I’ll bash you because you are a doof. You lack depth and subtlety. Nothing gets past your preconcieved notions. You command the English language as well as your altar ego.
    Hyuk hyuk hyuk

  37. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Ahh, the old ‘I’m rubber, yer glue’ argument, eh skippy?
    Well played, sir.
    Hyuk. My MO is to point out your constant fallacies, NoFear.
    Like the old 48 point mirage.
    Sorry, 41. Rogers got 7. Oh yeah, the 21 form the previous 2 quarters doesn’t count either.
    So, Smith didn’t throw enough, he should have been picked off 3 times, and he didn’t deserve his QBR. But no, you aren’t criticizing. Yer so cute when yer disingenuous, sport. As usual, unintentionally funny.
    Yer biggest problem is you really don’t say anything. You just innuendo-ize everything you write. Like those ints were a given. Like a bowl of maggots, your statements wiggle around and refuse to be pinned down. And then you attack people for calling you out on your vague inferences.
    Again, well played, skippy.
    You are a response-generator.
    Naturally, everyone who watched the game thought Smith should have been picked off three times? Wrong, skippy. This only occurred in your dark little dungeon of a mind. Most people who watched the game saw Smith play a good game. Few mistakes, and a big early lead which led to an easy victory. The supposed failings of Smith in that game are only in your mind.
    Obvious, skippy? 4-1 is obvious. 7 TDs to 1 pick is obvious. 3rd best QBR in the league is obvious. Picking tiny nits is not obvious. It is the realm of the petty, the foolish, and the mundane . . . if the foo shits . . .

  38. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Bullitt, he graduated from V-U . . .

  39. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    hyuk hyuk hyuk

  40. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    And everybody lived happily ever after.

  41. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Except guest on the insider, who had to change his identity when Alex got a decent coach and started playing real football games with him.

  42. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    He’s got twenty identities. What’s his latest?

  43. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I am not going to take credit as a person who said all along that Alex is a good QB. I never said that. I did say I wanted to see if he could be a good QB if he had a good coach. I even said I thought he could be, but never said he would be. Now he has a good coach, we think. We’ll see if he is a good QB. So far, so good.
    I’ve always been entertained by the haters who can’t recognize bad play calling, or do, but blame everything on the QB.

  44. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    My big concern going into the Tampa game was how RJF would hold up at the nose. By all accounts, he did pretty well. With him, Dobbs, and Ian Williams, we are building up some good D-line depth.

  45. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Willis wins Defensive player of week, Smith wins an offensive award, the O-line gets an award, and Aldon Smith gets (or is being considered) for a rookie award. Nice haul, guys. Keep it up.

  46. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    It’s called ‘observation’ NoFear. Try it some time. The reason you resemble V so much is because even after some strong performances, and a good showing by the team, your take is they blow it anyway and it doesn’t matter in the end because the raod doesn’t lead to 5 super bowl wins.
    Yeah, I called this season 8-8 at best. I figured these guys wouldn’t catch on so fast. I even used the dreaded rebuilding term. Well, the team is, in week 5, playing better than anything shown in the last 8 years. Giddy? Well, furk yeah. They actually look like a football team, not a collection of players wandering around without a plan.
    Did I figure Smith to be a stop-gap? Sure. So did about 10,000,000 others. Not a hard thing to figure when you look at the non-existent off season, and the choices available out there. I still think they go after freeman in the offseason. As a backup.
    You ascribe a ton of shit I’ve said that doesn’t exist. I wasn’t very optimistic about THIS year. I thought the team would progress incrementally. They are going faster than I certainly thought.
    Yay. Be happy, skippy. Or just continue your contrarian ways.

  47. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    And Skeebs Frank Gore is one of 3 choices for FedX ground award… looks like this weeks game with Detroit will be the game of the week….who’d a thunk before the season started that after 6 weeks, the Niners would be winning awards and be ranked in the top ten ….amazing

  48. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    And with no offseason…the niners were one of the teams that would suffer the worst …imagine if they HAD a real offseason…..geezzz

  49. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Hey Chuck may be right about the niners going after Freeman after the season…but you know Kappy looked pretty good throwing the ball in garbage time…You know whats funny…as crazy as this might sound, as of now Smiths ranked what 3rd in QB rating…if he can continue to perform the way he is now…and the team has a good season..he couldddd make the probowl..just for converstaion ….what do the Niners do???

  50. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Didn’t know that this was happening this year

    Care to share any of Guest’s other names? How about the QB
    Sonomstgrad the ultimate Alex hater?

  51. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Tony, yeah, it’ll be real interesting to see what happens the rest of the way. Smith certainly could play his way to another contract here. Something I NEVER thought would happen.
    I figured some incremental improvement, but not enough to give him any kind of shot at sticking around. Still and all, the season ain’t over, and there are a lot of games left to play, but if Smith goes pro bowl (!) and they do OK in the playoffs, who knows? People would actually WANT him to stick around?
    This is looking more and more like John Brodie as time goes on . . .

  52. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    I don’t remember them all, Bullit. It’s been awhile. Guest had a habit of taking the avatar of anybody he didn’t like and doctoring it up and doing a nearly identical screen name to take pot shots at that poster and confuse other posters as to who was actually posting what. Very insidious shit. Creepy guy. He probably did one on you. Last name I noticed him going by was the ghetto_humor id, which was anything but humorous. He likes bad puns and hates Smith so you can usually id him by that. I don’t go to that site much anymore. Once in awhile to twit Sonomstategrad for the hell of it.

  53. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Morgan goes to IR. See you next year, Josh.

  54. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Is Morgan’s contract up?
    I thought I read it was . . .

  55. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    It is, Chuck, but I’d be real surprised if he wasn’t re-signed.

  56. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Morgan needed a big year to generate market for him. Bad timing on the injury.

    In any event, if we keep playing well, we might well see a lot of guys CHOOSE to stay, wanting to be part of something here. Wouldn’t that be a nice change?

  57. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah, I think the Niners give him a nice deal. I mean, if they gave a deal to Gore, there’s no reason they won’t sign Margan. Good soldier and all that.

  58. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Guest is probably part of the Iowa Slim, Slime , Sis group.

    Yeah I go at it with Sonomstgd but that guy is such a troll.
    He claims he was a QB and has been watching the Niners since he was 3 years old. Unless his dad ties him to the chair I don’t see too many kids sitting there watching a game for 3 plus hours
    and understanding what just happened. Also his claim to playing the game supposedly makes his football intellect superior to everyone else but he doesn’t offer any insight.

    They cut Beeler and signed John Taylor’s nephew to the prcatice squad. They now have 4 young receivers that most have never heard of.

  59. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    If the Niners are to be a contender the culture of nice guy
    reward good soldiers has to change. For instance if Braylon Edwards comes back to have a stellar year and if Crabtree becomes productive Morgan would be the #3. Now if for some reason DeSean Jackson comes into play how much money can you afford to pay your #4?
    Most likely I would work to get Rogers signed for at least 2 more years and Goldson & Whitner are on 1 year deals) and of course Alex Smith is only signed for this year only.
    They have to wait to find out how
    Morgan recovers.

  60. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Did anybody watch 60 Minutes last Sunday? Story on Drew Rosenhaus;cbsCarousel

    Apparnetly Leigh Steinberg is yesterday’s news

  61. unca chuckNo Gravatar says:

    They have a lot of shit to do this offseason if this season goes well. Signing Morgan would be small potatoes compared to all the other stuff they have to do. I’m waiting for Kyle Williams to have more impact. He’s got to bring it soon. I think he can eventually replace Ginn as a WR. Edwards? We’ll see there. If he’s hurt all year, then why bother? Crabs? He needs to actually go through a camp and get in synch with his QB. you know, the one whose name he can’t remember. Morgan is nothing if no steady. He’s about the only one they throw slants to. Crabs can’t figure out the slant process apparently.

  62. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Raiduhs just made a trade with Seattle for former #1 draft choice LB Aaron Curry.
    I believe he was the 4th player picked when he came out.
    There are actually trades in the NFL before the trade deadline.
    Carson Palmer might finally be on the trade block. One would think Miami wants him. It would be a stupid thing chemistry wise for Niners to get involved.

  63. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Palmer makes no sense now. By the time he figures out the playbook, the season is nearly over. You’ve paid big time to make the trade, then again to sign him, and he’s still an older guy on the back slope of his career. If Alex Smith eventually reaches some plateau he can’t progress beyond, you’re better off waiting for Kaepernick, Tolzien or some future draftee.

  64. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    unrestricted free agent WRs for 2012 DeSean Jackson, Dwayne Bowe, Vincent Jackson, Steve Johnson, Wes Welker, Braylon Edwards, Marques Colston, Brandon Lloyd, Jordy Nelson, Mario Mannigham and Reggie Wayne.

  65. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Good news Soap returned to practice but Iupati sat out either with a sore neck or sore knee.

  66. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Nice list of FA WRs for the off season. Do we really need one with JH around? I think so, but am not sold he needs one at a big price.

  67. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I would spend the big money, for our current make-up, on defensive players. A good coach can call plays to get around a hole in the offense. Nobody can hide a liability on defense.

  68. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    New post is up.

2020 Schedule
9-13: L Cardinals 24, 49ers 20
9-20: W 49ers 31, Jets 13
9-27: W 49ers 36, Giants 9

10-4: L Eagles 25, 49ers 20
10-11: L Dolphins 43, 49ers 17
10-18: W 49ers 24, Rams 16
10-25: W 49ers 33, Patriots 6

11-1: L Seahawks 37, 49ers 27
11-5: L Packers 34, 49ers 17
11-15: L Saints 27, 49ers 13


11-29: W 49ers 23, Rams 20

12-7: L Bills 34, 49ers 24
12-13: L Washington 23, 49ers 15
12-20: L Cowboys 41, 49ers 33
12-26: W 49ers 20, Cardinals 12

1-3: L Seahawks 26, 49ers 23

2020 Draft Class
1. DT Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina
1. WR Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State
5. OL Colton McKivitz, West Virginia
6. TE Charlie Woerner, Georgia
7. WR Jauan Jennings, Tennessee
2020 Prognostications (Mulligan Version)
Bullit: 6-10
NJ49er: 6-10

Skeebers: 7-9
Winder: 4-12

Grumpy: DNP