3 responses

  1. Nick

    I’m shocked that after SF nothing changed on the defensive line. Again, it seems like Gutekunst is relying on a late-round pick (Keke) to step up. We saw how well that worked out at WR.


  2. Tom Moshier

    If signing Dean Lowry to a modest three year 20 million deal is one of Gutekunst’s worst moves, I’ll take it. It’s not like he gave the money away to Montravious Adams. That would be a big problem.


  3. Troy Carlson

    The problem isn’t the money as much as it’s Gutey thinking Lowry is good enough to be a starter on a top-10 defense. I also blame Pettine because I just like to blame Pettine.


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