Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:Originally posted by OnTheClock:Originally posted by B650:Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Quoting from another thread.
Again. Really like Smith, but I'd have to see Hill play this bad for a second consecutive game to want to make a change. You give the player a chance to rebound, yanking him so soon not only doesn't make sense, it is completely unfair. Even the best QBs have terrible games.
Giving Hill a chance to rebound over the next game or two is the same courtesy I'd give to Smith or ANY of our other QBs. Yes, he played awful, but seeing how he responds is what is important. You always want to give them at least a small chance to turn it around. If he doesn't? Then put in Smith.
Except he's had 5 bad games now, in a row. I'll give him 8 and then he's out.
I think he played average against the Rams, but poorly yesterday. If he plays "poorly" again, then I'd do something.
no way he did good against he rams theyre D sucks and there is something wrong when your D scorees as much as your O
Playing average against the Rams. That's basically the same as playing below average.