Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Alex Smith's career record when the opponent scores at least 24 points: 2-27-1.
Wrap it up. That's all you need to know.
uh Joe I need to more...what is his record in the last 2 years when the opponent scores at least 24 points--i mean we can all agree that in the past two years he had superior coaching and a very good supporting cast of olineman and playmakers.....before then, not so much...i mean look at what the defense was giving up in 2005 and 2006...there were games when the skins scored 50 the bears and chiefs put up iover 40...i mean even with superior coaching and a very good supporting cast kaerpenick, a great young talent, could not overcome the 42 the seahawks put on the board
cmon joe, lets look into it a little more...i mean i appreciate that you offer actual numbers and observations to support your arguments against Smith, more so than the typical cyber bullies, who werent heard from last week when Smith hit 7-8 and led his team to a td in his sole drive...
He did well with Harbaugh...but the talent the offense had...could've blew the lid open. Alex won't give you that. It was a bummer his targets had 3 drops but that has been common with Alex. I have always said that he throws so little to his WR's that they don't get into a flow. I know, it's their job but for some reason, Alex just doesn't get the ball out quick or there's something missing there between him and the receivers. It happened a lot here and we didn't have "bad" receivers. Same ones Kap dealt with but Kap gave the receiver more chances to make big plays. I think there is some sort of disconnect in terms of belief when Smith is involved.