Originally posted by djfullshred:Originally posted by Super5:Originally posted by oscarug:
if Alex was starting.. no way do we win vs Arizona!
his 3-out drives all day would have tired out the D, and let the cards come back in the 4th quarter!
Alex is not only inconsistent.. but throws behind receivers and at their feet. guys never have a shot to run for more yards.
Alex is a BUST.... get over it.. he had his shot and failed. Hes a nice smart kid.. but does not have the football smarts to compete in the NFL.
The 49ers have a new Offense this year and it will probably take Smith 3-7years till hes ready to start.
Hill is the 49ers QB.. yeah he didn't have 400yards last week.. but there was no need to air it out.. we ran the ball to kill the clock. and when he was asked to throw in the 4th quarter he did just fine getting us up the field! he freaking led a 9+min drive..
the 49ers just dominated the seahawks on that 2nd half! Hill and Raye are still getting comfortable with the offense. give them a few more weeks and this team will continue to improve and open up more! and if Hill starts driving up the field more, this will be a scary team to face all year! a team that has the talent to go deep in the playoffs!
all i have to say.. in 2007 Alex Smith held the team back from winning the division/playoffs. THE KID IS A INJURED PRONE BUST.. his best year in 2007 = TONY BANKS ROOKIE year numbers....
Smith key career stats: 30starts 19TD's, 31INT's, 63.5QB rating.
Hill key career stats: 12starts 19TD's, 9INT's, 90.1QB rating.
now the key Question. who gives you a better shot to win if Hill gets injured
Nate Davis or Alex Smith?
my vote is on Davis
Hill almost threw 3 ints in the first 2 games,shaky pocket presence,ran into a couple sacks,throws to Bruce when he's double teamed,can't find an open Morgan,did have nice drive against AZ,otherwise he's doing OK
The D is the main reason for the 2-0 start
If you think he'll ever take the Niners to the SuperBowl---
"Almost" ints don't count. I love how some fans reach so hard to criticize by citing "almost" mistakes.
Hell, I almost f*ck up many times in my job, but I am golden there because I rarely ever f*ck up when imprtant things are on the line, and get the job done right.
Lemme know when you are Quarterbacking the 1st string Offense for the 9ers. Almosts do and SHOULD be considered when you talk about a QB.