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The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019 was announced on the eve of the Super Bowl Matt Breida Jersey , and 49ers fans may be disappointed. John Lynch did not get in, again (his sixth time) and Isaac Bruce also did not make it in. Both do not have tight connections with the 49ers. Bruce played the final two seasons of his career, having spent the rest of it with the then-St. Louis Rams (his rookie year they were in Los Angeles, in case you’re keeping track). John Lynch spent his playing career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Denver Broncos before becoming the general manager of the 49ers in 2017. 2020 brings with it some more eligibility for familiar and tenured 49ers ... Carlos Rogers!Ok, that’s a cut-and-paste job from Fooch’s joke this time last year, but really what we’re bringing up is Patrick Willis. The argument we’ll be hearing is how his career was short. Short or not,the 49ers were a different team when he was on the field. In the locker room, Willis was the consummate professional and he was very active in the community off the field. And yes, the selection committee does look at this when deciding on selection—look at the delays to let Terrell Owens in. Despite the praise, ability, and pedigree, the Hall will most likely keep him out. At least for his first couple of years. Longevity can’t be ignored and Willis’ brief career is what is going keep him on the outside looking in. If he got a Super Bowl ring that may have swung a different direction, but he has none. Then there’s Justin Smith, a player that is also deserving and has a better chance of making it in. Cowboy, as some people called him was fearless, durable Trent Taylor Color Rush Jersey , and the backbone of the 49ers’ defensive line during the Jim Harbaugh years.Smith demanded double teams on every play or the opposing team’s quarterback would pay dearly for it. When Aldon Smith was drafted, Justin’s double teams allowed Aldon ample opportunity to run around the edge. When they were healthy, this made a filthy defensive line that was downright unfair. When teams tried to double-team Aldon in response of his productivity, Justin would just bullrush the single offensive linemen into the quarterback and take them both down at times.Justin Smith might not be a first-ballot hall of famer, but he has a much better chance of getting in at some point. That class also has Maurice Jones-Drew, Reggie Wayne, and Troy Polamalu. Of those three I think Polamalu has the best chance of getting in on the first ballot. Polamalu has two Super Bowl rings on the first page of a book of stats so thick, it’d put an address book to shame. When do you see Patrick Willis or Justin Smith getting in? So the wide receivers have been the hot topic this week in Niners land as a fair segment of the population is collectively losing their minds over the 49ers wide receiver group. And really, who can blame them? Coming off a game with 9 drops – one of which led to a game altering interception, and another that might’ve led to a game winning score, it’s totally understandable.But is it really that bad? Or is it possible – just hear me out – is it possible, that expectations are a little high in relation to the rest of the league.Let me preface this by saying that I consider George Kittle to be a part of the group. He’s the number one receiver. I get it, he’s technically a tight end, but this isn’t 1985. When Shanahan draws up plays, he considers Kittle his number one target in the passing game.So who’s number two? Easy. Emmanuel Sanders. Small sample size but when healthy this guy is without question the second most talented player in the receiving group.Number three? Deebo Samuel. Young rookie, showing a ton of promise. Gets involved not only in the passing game but on gadget plays as well. He’s only a rookie https://www.49ersfanshop.com/Adrian-Colbert-Jersey , which means the sky is the limit going forward.So those are top three. Kittle, Sanders, and Samuel. Is that really that bad compared to the rest of the league?Thursday night the Steelers rolled out JuJu Smith Schuster, James Washington, and Dionte Johnson as their top 3.The Ravens top 3 are Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews, and Willie Snead. The Patriots top 3 receivers this year? Julian Edelman, Phillip Dorsett, and Jakobi Meyers.Which leads us to the receivers on the 49ers being roundly criticized this week: Dante Pettis, Kendrick Bourne, and Marquise Goodwin.All struggled, and all have been mostly disappointing in the eyes of 49ers fans. But here’s the question. What exactly should we expect from the fourth, fifth, and sixth options in the passing game? Most teams are just filler at that point.It could be that we are emotionally invested in Pettis because of the draft capital spent, Bourne because of the promise he’s shown at times, and Goodwin because he was solid in 2017 and really is just the kind of guy you want to pull for.But the reality is they are the bottom of the depth chart. The filler. Is it frustrating that they aren’t better? Absolutely. Are we allowed to complain when they play poorly? Of course. But should we be surprised? Probably not.Most teams are top heavy in the passing game. One Dante Pettis Jersey , sometimes two, maaaybe three reliable options, followed by disappointing draft picks, aging vets, and journeyman.So feel free to set your expectations for Pettis, Bourne, and Goodwin, wherever you’d like. But I, for one, have lowered the bar quite a bit, because I’d rather be pleasantly surprised, than constantly disappointed.And now onto the links: George Kittle, Matt Breida doubtful for 49ers vs. Cardinals (Kyle Madson, Niners Wire)Emmanuel Sanders on his availability for 49ers-Cardinals: ‘I’m going to try to battle it out’ (David Bonilla, 49ers WebZone)Kyle Shanahan on Ahkello Witherspoon’s availability for 49ers-Cardinals: ‘He’s going to be out there’ (David Bonilla, 49ers WebZone)49ers react to Myles Garrett incident: ‘One of the most unacceptable things I’ve ever seen’ (Eric Ting Jimmy Garoppolo Color Rush Jersey , SF Gate)John Lynch frustrated by drops, but won’t panic about 49ers’ wideouts (Alex Didion, NBC Sports)3 Keys to Victory for the 49ers Against the Cardinals (Matt Holder, SI.com)Helmet Swinging Brawl Nothing New to 49ers Faithful (Gary Mialocq, 49ers WebZone)49ers’ Tevin Coleman: Absence not related to injury (Rotowire Staff)Texans work out offensive lineman Josh Garnett (Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle)Robert Saleh Gives Dre Greenlaw High Praise for Impressive Debut Start (Jose Luis Sanchez III, SI.com)Around the NFL...Browns DE Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely (Nick Shook, NFL.com)Ex-coach on Ram woes: ‘McVay’s gotten too cute’ (Bucky Brooks, NFL.com)Todd Haley holds Freddie Kitchens responsible for Myles Garrett: ‘This falls squarely on the head coach’ (Jeff Kerr, CBS Sports)NFL Week 11 injuries: Lions rule Matthew Stafford out, Eagles rushing attack in flux and more (Tyler Sullivan, CBS Sports)Cardinals to use running backs David Johnson, Kenyan Drake as committee (Josh Weinfuss, ESPN)

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