Originally posted by BHulman:
Originally posted by 49wyztoscore:
Originally posted by Ceadderman:
Originally posted by dmatt:
Alex is a stud, always has been.
Raye and Rachal both need to be gone, quickly.
Okay I just pointed this out on the recent ESPN article (comment section same SN as here) but I'll point it out again for the 3rd time(I think) here.
Raye should not go anywhere. You can't do much with a weak armed duck throwing QB. Raye didn't pick Hill, Sing did. Hell, as as been stated time and again by Sing; Hill was named the Starter for basically what he did LAST season. Raye only had team film on him to go off in that assessment.
Notice that when Smith got in the Offense was working fairly well. Receivers that couldn't catch a cold could now catch Flies ala Karate Kid. And 3 TD catches by my man Duke?
Seriously why fire the one guy that made that happen?
People should temper their expectations a bit and lets see how this plays out. For both Raye AND Smith.
46 YARDS Says I'm right.
Raye is good to go. Anyone that thinks he is the problem is flat out wrong. With Hill the playbook is shortened due to his arm. He was pulled and Smith was givin a chance and he made the most of it. If this is how he plays consistently then we have something special brewing.
For the most part, the playcalling looked pretty good in the second half. Smith now obviously expands what can be done.
My God, if they truly thought they HAD to go into a shell to make the offense work for Hill, then they never should have tried it in the first place. Wow.
Smith has always looked the most comfortable while operating out of an aggressive spread offense.
It takes until the middle of year FIVE for them to finally give him an opportunity to run it.
We need to continue with the spread offense. If we throw Smith out there and go back into a shell, the wheels on the Smith bandwagon with fall off very fast.