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Inaccurate QB's

Did anyone notice how inaccurate Joe Flacco and Philip Rivers was last night? These are two "elite" QB's having a tough time putting balls on the money. Flacco even missed a wide open FB by a mile. Anyways, no one notices because when these guys are inaccurate, their receivers adjusts and catches the ball, something the niners receivers fail at on a consistent basis.

My point is that mistakes are magnified exponentially when execution fails. This is where the fortyniners needs to improve across the board. Everyone on the team needs to improve their execution.
I agree with you, but Flacco and Rivers have not struggled with inaccuracy their entire career. They have led teams to playoff games, Alex has had a few decent games in his career.
look at their supporting casts. QB's don't take a team anywhere until they are ready talent wise.
But....but....but ..... we have Frank Gore.......the best ever!!!
Originally posted by rlott42:
Did anyone notice how inaccurate Joe Flacco and Philip Rivers was last night? These are two "elite" QB's having a tough time putting balls on the money. Flacco even missed a wide open FB by a mile. Anyways, no one notices because when these guys are inaccurate, their receivers adjusts and catches the ball, something the niners receivers fail at on a consistent basis.

My point is that mistakes are magnified exponentially when execution fails. This is where the fortyniners needs to improve across the board. Everyone on the team needs to improve their execution.

And as inaccurate as they may have been; both still played a much better game than Alex.

Now how is this Niner talk?

[ Edited by D_Niner on Sep 14, 2010 at 07:40:24 ]
You're forgetting the worst of all: Mark Sanchez.

If you think Alex has a propensity to checkdown, you sound have seen Sanchez last night. Jaws was almost going crazy.
Originally posted by zeppfan1:
I agree with you, but Flacco and Rivers have not struggled with inaccuracy their entire career. They have led teams to playoff games, Alex has had a few decent games in his career.



it's been 6 f**king years can't even dump the ball off to your backs !
#1 It appeared to be a sloppy rain game for the Chiefs and Chargers as neither qb played a good game.

#2 Sanchez is a 2nd yr qb playing against the Ravens defense.
One play........you guys are focused on one play............ridiculous
Originally posted by Brazilian49er:
You're forgetting the worst of all: Mark Sanchez.

If you think Alex has a propensity to checkdown, you sound have seen Sanchez last night. Jaws was almost going crazy.

Smith does that just as often. It's why even though he sucks that his completion % remains decent.
Originally posted by zeppfan1:
I agree with you, but Flacco and Rivers have not struggled with inaccuracy their entire career. They have led teams to playoff games, Alex has had a few decent games in his career.

How many OC's have they had?

People choose to look at this as an excuse but we all know you can't be successful with that kind of turnover....and if you don't think so you're a fool.
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by rlott42:
Did anyone notice how inaccurate Joe Flacco and Philip Rivers was last night? These are two "elite" QB's having a tough time putting balls on the money. Flacco even missed a wide open FB by a mile. Anyways, no one notices because when these guys are inaccurate, their receivers adjusts and catches the ball, something the niners receivers fail at on a consistent basis.

My point is that mistakes are magnified exponentially when execution fails. This is where the fortyniners needs to improve across the board. Everyone on the team needs to improve their execution.

And as inaccurate as they may have been; both still played a much better game than Alex.

Now how is this Niner talk?

Actually not by very much

Name Team Opp Score Comp Att Yds TD Int Sck FUM Rate
Jason Campbell OAK @ TEN L 13-38 22 37 180 1 1 4 1 69.7
Matt Cassel KC vs SD W 21-14 10 22 68 1 0 1 0 68.0
Matt Ryan ATL @ PIT L 9-15 27 44 252 0 1 2 0 67.6
Matt Schaub HOU vs IND W 34-24 9 17 107 1 1 2 0 67.5
Donovan McNabb WAS vs DAL W 13-7 15 32 171 0 0 1 0 63.4
Joe Flacco BAL @ NYJ W 10-9 20 38 248 0 1 2 1 62.2
Jake Delhomme CLE @ TB L 14-17 20 37 227 1 2 0 0 59.2
Mark Sanchez NYJ vs BAL L 9-10 10 21 74 0 0 2 0 56.4
Kevin Kolb PHI vs GB L 20-27 5 10 24 0 0 2 0 56.2
Sam Bradford STL vs ARI L 13-17 32 55 253 1 3 2 0 53.1
Alex Smith SF @ SEA L 6-31 26 45 225 0 2 2 0 52.5
Originally posted by VA9erfan:
One play........you guys are focused on one play............ridiculous


You think that's the only time Smith has thrown a horrible pass? He throws tons of them. There is a reason that the biggest question mark on this team's ability to reach the playoffs is the qb position.
Originally posted by Brazilian49er:
You're forgetting the worst of all: Mark Sanchez.

If you think Alex has a propensity to checkdown, you sound have seen Sanchez last night. Jaws was almost going crazy.

Yup Mark sucked last night; but, at least he was playing against one of the Best D's in the NFL...
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by rlott42:
Did anyone notice how inaccurate Joe Flacco and Philip Rivers was last night? These are two "elite" QB's having a tough time putting balls on the money. Flacco even missed a wide open FB by a mile. Anyways, no one notices because when these guys are inaccurate, their receivers adjusts and catches the ball, something the niners receivers fail at on a consistent basis.

My point is that mistakes are magnified exponentially when execution fails. This is where the fortyniners needs to improve across the board. Everyone on the team needs to improve their execution.

And as inaccurate as they may have been; both still played a much better game than Alex.

Now how is this Niner talk?

You mean their Defenses, especially their Secondary, played much better.

Alex didn't give up 24 points.

[ Edited by 9erluv415 on Sep 14, 2010 at 07:47:11 ]