Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by Smith2Davis:
Originally posted by TOP_CAT:
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Originally posted by DROB:
Originally posted by D_Niner:WTF are you talking about one year contract means #3 QB
I can see Huard getting the #2 spot; just behind Hill and ahead of Smith...
This is WTF I'm talking about...
Based off of their stats this will be the starting lineup.
#1 Hill (Career PR 90.5, Completions 64%, TD/Start 1.8)
#2 Huard (Career PR 80.6, Completions 60.7%, TD/Start 1.2)
#3 Smith (Career PR 63.5, Completions 54.4%, TD/Start 0.63)
That IS the way it should be but I think they will still give Alex a false headstart because he was THEIR draft pick and they want to justify that bad pick back in 2005...
I wrote this in another thread...
Is Huard getting a chance to compete for the #2 QB spot behind Hill ? He is obviously the 2nd best QB on the roster at this time. Just because the Niners drafted Smith at #1 in 2005 and they are still hoping he finally comes around and somewhat justifies that pick,does that mean he automatically is moved ahead of the better performer on the field during their careers (Huard). ( take that Indy,lol )
Either way Huard has no future here and he is a 36 year old career back up so I don't get your beef. You seem to hate Smith so bad you'll even root for Damon Huard, and Smith in 06 was decent, so that's kinda pathetic. I mean dude, there's a reason Huard has never done anything. Huard has never started more than 12 games in a season and has only started more than 8 or more games twice. Sorry but he's a 36 year old journeyman QB who has no future here and has never proven anything really.
LOL, you talk about hating Smith so bad that someone will resort to rooting for Damon Huard. Did you know Smith's best season was still well below Huard's career averages?
Huard (Career PR 80.6, Completions 60.7%, TD/Start 1.2)
Smith in 2006 (2006 PR 74.8, Completions 2006 = 58.1 TD/Start 2006 = 1.0)
I think you may have it backwards (with the Smith hate line above)... Your homer factor appears to be skewing your view of Smith's performance.
It doesn't matter. The fact is, you are talking about A 36 YR OLD JOURNEYMAN WITH NO FUTURE HERE. Sorry, the guy is no Kurt Warner or someone who can come in and make you a contender for 2 years. He doesn't have a future here. He hasn't had a great career at all/ The guy is not even a Kerry Collins. The point to this competition is seeing if one of Hill or Smith have what it takes to be our QB for a few years. Hill is 29 years old, Smith 25. If we're lucky Smith's shoulder is back to normal, and he's learned from sitting the bench, and he can come in and be a better
QB than before, or Hill can be a better QB. We're not hoping Smith starts just because we want him to start. They're hoping he's learned and can be a decent QB. And yes if they both absolutely blow chunks and Huard plays okay, he will get the job. But hoping Huard beats out 1 of them is ridiculous unless you're Huard himself or a relative of his. That is absolutely NOT what's in the best interest of this franchise, and the player Damon Huard is makes it very unlikely that will happen.