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Prediction: MONSTER Game for #11 in front of a hometown crowd at the Stick

Alex Smith will have a MONSTER game! It is his first home game that he will be starting in over 2 years. He had a very nice showing in Indy, and in a hostile environment. He played EXTREMLEY well in clean up duty in Houston.

Please beleive that he has something to prove in his 1st start at home. Being home will give him confidence, and I'm sure he will bring his A game for the home fans.

Not to mention...Tenessee's secondary has been suspect ALL season

Lets look at Opposing QB's Stats against Tennessee

Week 1 Big Ben 363 Yards Passing 1 TD 2 INT 3 Yards Rushing
Week 2 Matt Schaub 357 Yards Passing 4 TD 0 INT 4 Yards Rushing
Week 3 Mark Sanchez 171 Yards Passing 2 TD 1 INT 10 Yards Rushing 1 TD
Week 4 David Garrard 323 Yards Passing 3 TD 0 INT 38 Yards Rushing
Week 5 Peyton Manning 309 Yards Passing 3 TD 1 INT 0 Yards Rushing (surprise surprise lol)
Week 6 Tom Brady (uh oh) 380 Yards Passing 6 TD 0 INT 0 Yards Rushing (didn't have to)
Week 8 David Garrard 139 Yards Passing 0 TD 2 INT 22 Yards Rushing

For the exception of Rookie Mark Sanchez, who you could still say had a decent day, and David Garrard's week 8 performance, everyone else seemed to torch the Titans' secondary. You could Argue that Alex Smith isn't the player Big Ben, Manning and Brady are, but I WOULD say that Smith and Schaub are on the same page skill wise, except that Smith is more mobile.

I foresee it happening.


I say hell ya!!!!
I hope it happens as you said, but I can remember the guy was booed for throwing the ball away in training camp Not so homely for A. Smith these days in Ninerland

[ Edited by qnnhan7 on Nov 4, 2009 at 21:02:50 ]
I hope so. We keep predicting big things and keep getting disappointed.
i also predict a huge game for crabtree
9 catches
125 yards
1-2 TDs
I've predicted him going for 250+ with 2 TD's, one of them to Crabs, but I don't expect Crabs to go over 100yds receiving
Wait what was your last prediction? Did it turn out good? I honestly don't remember. Was it the one vs ATL or Houston saying how the offense was going to break out and ish or was that someone else? I hope you're right though.
I hope Alex does great but didn't Titans jut get their pro CB back?
If Jimmy Raye unleashes the passing game (and Sing benches Bruce) it'll be a blow-out before halftime...

But if Jimmy Raye plays p***y-ball again it'll be like the Rams game, blow-out either way thankfully.

[ Edited by SnakePlissken on Nov 4, 2009 at 21:29:41 ]
I'm worried that the Titans CB's are back from injury though so those stats from earlier games may be obsolete.

Plus, our team without our 2 starting offensive tackles scares me even more.

[ Edited by kronik on Nov 4, 2009 at 21:35:17 ]
JYNX!!!
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
If Jimmy Raye unleashes the passing game (and Sing benches Bruce) it'll be a blow-out before halftime...

But if Jimmy Raye plays p***y-ball again it'll be like the Rams game, blow-out either way thankfully.

I think whats happening is Raye(by design) and Singletary(by nature) don't want Alex to get hurt behind that crappy Oline. So they play conservative and try to protect him till they have to throw.
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Knock on wood! I am hoping for the best but Rayes play calling ....shhheeeesh!
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Sorry,
Knocking on wood, and the spoken expression "knock on wood" or "touch wood" are used to express a desire to avoid "tempting fate" after making some boast or speaking of one's own death.

The expression is usually used in the hope that a good thing will continue to occur after it has been acknowledged. So, for example, one might say: "The rain looks like it's holding off, knock on wood", or "Knock on wood, I'm much better now." Another example would be "I have never had to use my gun before, knock on wood". Another example is "I've never gotten the flu before."
Originally posted by utah49er:
Sorry,
Knocking on wood, and the spoken expression "knock on wood" or "touch wood" are used to express a desire to avoid "tempting fate" after making some boast or speaking of one's own death.

The expression is usually used in the hope that a good thing will continue to occur after it has been acknowledged. So, for example, one might say: "The rain looks like it's holding off, knock on wood", or "Knock on wood, I'm much better now." Another example would be "I have never had to use my gun before, knock on wood". Another example is "I've never gotten the flu before."

GTFO and go to sleep, NOW.

Geez