Originally posted by Joecool:Originally posted by SanDiego49er:Originally posted by Joecool:Originally posted by King49er:Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Today was not on the QB by a long shot. He played well. The one interception was a tipped ball. Even Brett Favre or Peyton Manning can get a tipped ball. Just a freak thing that happens. Overall he played a pretty good game. Alex is not the reason we lost. And to be honest he looks a lot better than he ever did lately as compared with the past.
actually, the INT was Alexs fault but the loss wasn't
You don't think the highly touted WR could have made a little better attempt at that ball? He put one hand up in a half hearted attempt. JUMP dammit! Leave your feet and get off the ground and put both hands up. It's the kind of thing VD used to do all the time in his earlier days. Put one hand up in a half hearted attempt.
The pass wasn't perfect but it was catchable IMO with a better effort. The effort was pathetic. I'd say 50% QB and 50% WR on that one.
he did lunge out. Crabtree has only shown great hands but Alex was off on other passes as well. It was a bad throw.
Every announcer or post game host I've heard make a comment about this int all said basically the same thing: It was not too good of a throw by Alex but not too good of an attempt by Crabtree to catch what was probably a catchable ball.
And that's the way I saw it-on both of them.
It seems the haters on the zone keep grinding away on this int,it happens to QB's get over it.Manning was off today as well.
Alex would've given the 49ers a very good chance of winning against a great team
had Raye opened up the offense.