What should have been

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  1. FINatic054

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    Watching the Niners/Vikings game right now and man does Reuben Foster look good. All I can think is I can't believe we passed on him. And to make things worse.... Harris has been a ghost this preseason. Sad because Foster could have filled a huge need for us.
     
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    Congrats on the overreaction
     
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    I agree, He looks and plays like a real LB.
     
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    oh no Harris is a bust and foster is a future hall of famer after 0 real games played. Lol relax man
     
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    I'm watching

    You knew this thread was coming after his first half.
     
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    Speaking of . . .

    A sack in each preseason game so far for Willis



    And to think both him and Foster we're available to us.
     
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    1. Foster
    2. Willis

    Yikes. Our draftees will forever be compared to these guys. That's life. This isn't hopscotch. You're assessed based on production.

    PS Many Finheaveners liked this scenario
     
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    It will be interesting to see how things pan out. I kind of expected Miami to take Foster when he fell because they gambled with Tunsil, who was BPA as well.

    Foster was one of my favorites from this draft class, but Miami really shied away from players with injuries. Plus, Foster's behavior at the combined raised red flags. I was 50/50 on him come draft day.

    Just to show how unpredictable the NFL is, though, Foster is healthy and McMillan is out for the season. McMillan had been an iron man in college. Can't say I disagree with Miami's philosophy, though, as they have really been burned by taking too many injured players with high picks.
     
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    And to think Willis is who I was hoping we would've drafted as I stated in J-Offs value thread.
     

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