956 yards in 13 games isn't elite? That is on pace for somewhere around 1200 yards. I can't even remember the last time we had someone with 1200 yards. If the 49ers got him for a 4th, it is a definite that we could have had him for our 3rd. We might even could have gotten him for our 4th since I'm sure Seattle would much rather give him to us than the 49ers. Bottom line: who would you rather have, Paul Williams (unproven rookie) or Darrell Jackson (seasoned veteran who is better than any receiver currently on our roster)? Seems like a no brainer to me. As far as the Turner deal, it seems like the Chargers wouldn't be dumb enough to ask for a first rounder for him. He will not resign with them. Therefore, his value is whatever the highest bidder is willing to pay. Unless we offered them less than he is worth as a backup running back for one year, what reason would they have to refuse? A 2nd rounder seems more than sufficient, but I would still be more than willing to give up a couple later round picks on top of that. I see what Fisher said, but it seems highly unlikely to me that the Chargers wouldn't go for that. Now they will have a great backup for one year instead. Seems like that is definitely not in their best interest.