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Inaccurate QB's

Originally posted by D_Niner:
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...

When has Mark Sanchez ever played good against any team
Originally posted by jreff22:
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

2 interceptions in our redzone (that led to 14 points) and missing 3 scoring opportunities (2 of which came from horrible passes); I'd say Smith played a much worse game...
Originally posted by cNiner:
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 !

Wasn't Smith 9 fer 10 in the 1st Quarter BECAUSE of Checkdown passing?

~Ceadder
Originally posted by nflguy49:
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.

Yea he's thrown many, but so has Peyton(s), Brees, Bradys...etc. Give Smith some continuity...like these other QBs...and I bet his completion percentage will go up.
The Seahawks are likely to get blown out several times this yr. We got owned by a bad team. Thats why the loss was so devastating. Everything this team is supposed to be about was exposed as a fraud on Sunday. If this team was ready to turn the corner and finally become a playoffs contenders then a crap team like the Hawks don't kick our ass. The other thing we learned was that the offseason propaganda about Smith being new and improved and having a firm grasp of the offense and tons of confidence etc was a big pile of dog poo. Smith stinks nearly as bad as his he did his rookie year.

Meanwhile our coaches can't figure out how to get a play called before the qb mic is shutoff.

The best part is that Singletary foolishly lectured the media (just prior to the Hawks game) that David Carr wasn't given the chance to compete with Smith. Now that it's clear that Smith is still a joke does Sing turn to a player he recently admitted wasn't prepared for the job?

The Yorks might be the only team in the NFL that would stand for this garbage.
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by jreff22:
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

2 interceptions in our redzone (that led to 14 points) and missing 3 scoring opportunities (2 of which came from horrible passes); I'd say Smith played a much worse game...

Flacco missed 2 scoring opportunities in the redzone
After watching last night, I feel like all 4 QBs were off (Rivers, Sanchez, Flacco, and Cassel). The difference with Jets and Baltimore was that the defense didn't implode alongside the QB. There is more to blame on coaching, where Smith takes a good portion of the blame as well.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by D_Niner:
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...

When has Mark Sanchez ever played good against any team

LOL...

But seriously, look at his rookie stats and look at Alex's. Tell me you don't think Mark is a better QB.
yet the TE had a record season......guess VD threw those balls to himself.....Crabtree finished 7th in yards in only 11 games.....somebody had to be getting the ball to him as well
Originally posted by 9erluv415:
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.

Smith did give up a pick 6.
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by jreff22:
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

2 interceptions in our redzone (that led to 14 points) and missing 3 scoring opportunities (2 of which came from horrible passes); I'd say Smith played a much worse game...

Flacco missed 2 scoring opportunities in the redzone

And how many points did Flacco spot the opposition?
So as a Niner fan i should feel good about smith b/c other teams qb's struggled too. The mindset around here is crazy some days.
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by D_Niner:
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...

When has Mark Sanchez ever played good against any team

LOL...

But seriously, look at his rookie stats and look at Alex's. Tell me you don't think Mark is a better QB.

I think Mark Sanchez is the worst starting QB in the league.

The coaching staff has no confidence in him thats why they dont let him throw the ball EVER.

Mark Brunell will be starting for them in a few weeks
Originally posted by 9erluv415:
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.

No, I mean they played much better. The way I see it, Alex was responsible for taking away 14 points from us and giving the opposition 14 points. That's a 28 point swing from one player alone....
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by D_Niner:
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...

When has Mark Sanchez ever played good against any team

LOL...

But seriously, look at his rookie stats and look at Alex's. Tell me you don't think Mark is a better QB.

I think Mark Sanchez is the worst starting QB in the league.

The coaching staff has no confidence in him thats why they dont let him throw the ball EVER.

Mark Brunell will be starting for them in a few weeks

Yet he still played a better game than Alex