Originally posted by pd24:Originally posted by dirtysouthniner:Look up the team that won the Super Bowl last year, they had a bad O line and a bad running game.Originally posted by djfullshred:Originally posted by Gavintech:Originally posted by djfullshred:Originally posted by Sugatis:Originally posted by alanbeez22:
IS ALEX SMITH REALLY THE ANSWER? 1ST OFF OUR OLINE DIDN'T HOLD UP, 2ND OFF WE PLAYED AGAINST MATT RYAN! OF COURSE OUR QB IS GONNA LOOK LIKE s**t PLAYING AGAINST MATT RYAN! 3RD OUR OFFENSE COULDN'T HOLD UP FOR 3 SECONDS! 4TH WE'RE LUCKY HILL DIDN'T THROW 10 PICKS!
ALEX SMITH IS NOT THE ANSWER!
Neither is Shaun Hill. Bluntly he is a scrub there is a reason he didn't play a down in the NFL for the first 4 years or get drafted - he is no diamond in the rough he is just a little smarter JTO minus the arm.
But even if true, the idea behind replacing someone is to improve the position. Is Alex Smith really going to make them better if he gets called up? Is the rest of the offense going to respond to him, be in sync with him? Or will they be making a bad situation worse. Knee jerk reactions don't usually improve a bad situation.
I don't think it's a knee jerk reaction after five piss-poor games. It's not like the ATL game was the first poor performance of Hill's. It was just the most pronounced because of the score and the fact that he was allowed to throw the ball more than any game previous.
It's always a knee jerk reaction here. What Singletary talked about on the radio today was making O-line changes. That is the crux of the problem with this offense.
Amazing. We are 3-2 with absolutely no running game. Hill is doing the best a QB can do with no protection and not being able to use play action. The teams we are facing aren't even loading up the box. They were stoping us with 6 guys.
you're really gonna compare the steelers who have been in the playoffs consecutively over the last few years to us... this is a joke!