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Tim Rattay talking about the 2004 Niners, and Alex Smith?

  • WillisWillKilYou
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But those 4th Quarter INTs were Obama's fault..
I'm no fan of Rattay, but he was definately better than Alex Smith.
Originally posted by Overkill:
People actually follow Tim Rattay on Twitter?

LMFAO. word
Originally posted by King49er:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Actually, he had Gore in 2005. It was just too bad that Barlow was starting back then...

-9fA

Barlow

he has every right to talk about that team because the franchise is run by morons. He was replaced by someone who never flat outpeformed him, yet was paid much much more. You would talk to if the same thing happened to you.
  • Kolohe
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Wasn't there an apology, saying that he wasn't the real Tim Rattay??
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No where does he mention Alex Smith or bashes him. You are reading way to deep into his statement.

He is simply saying if he had those players he would have done better. Not the s**tty team he was stuck with.
Originally posted by Adman:
No where does he mention Alex Smith or bashes him. You are reading way to deep into his statement.

He is simply saying if he had those players he would have done better. Not the s**tty team he was stuck with.

Reading to deep into it? Are you serious?

The only QB to throw a pass in 2006 was Alex Smith, the only time Bryant, Gore and Davis were all on the team.

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  • Kolohe
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Rattay does have a point, he was pretty much set up to fail. Its not like the team devoted itself to building around him, or planned on getting him some weapons. After all he did kick the crap out of a Pittsburgh defense with TO.
I get pretty annoyed when people bash Rattay. IMHO, he is pretty good, better than Alice Smith.

I would like to make some points regarding Rattay's critics:

1) We were always playing catch up. During Rattay's era our defense gave up points every chance the opposing team had the ball. Can't blame a guy (Rattay) for a gun slinger's mentality when he's throwing 70-80% of the plays.

2) He had pretty good touch and a good arm for his size. You gotta admit, Alice Smith doesn't have any touch on his throws...

With Alice Smith, I really don't see the team scoring 30+ points if the team had to do so.
gtfo of here. rattay was a chronic choker. he always had ridiculous fumbles and/or interceptions in the 4th quarter or in tight games.

he didn't have the most talent in the world but neither has anyone on our team recently. rattay is an ok backup, but rattay at his best is nowhere near alex at his best. the hive mind around here about alex is ridiculous
Originally posted by frenchmov:
gtfo of here. rattay was a chronic choker. he always had ridiculous fumbles and/or interceptions in the 4th quarter or in tight games.

he didn't have the most talent in the world but neither has anyone on our team recently. rattay is an ok backup, but rattay at his best is nowhere near alex at his best. the hive mind around here about alex is ridiculous

Alex at his best huh....haha....won't you go search for some stats and come back and show me Alex at his best.....compared to Rattay.

Hell, Rattay was a waaaay better college qb as well.
The reason why Alice Smith doesn't have any 4th quarter INT is because on 3rd and long he usually takes the ball and runs out of bounds

The only reason why we were so close in games when Rattay played was because we could score.

The only reason why we were so close in games when Alice Smith played was because our DEFENSE limited the opposing team in points.

Seriously, do you really think Alice Smith would of been a better performer with the same players and defense Rattay had to deal with???

Anyways..my 2 cents...
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