Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
"Crabtree said there were some timing issues on the interception in the game against the Titans. Smith admitted to throwing the ball late to Crabtree at the sideline."
That was the first pick, the 2nd pick, he just stared down the WR, didn't see the safety, and threw it late. The 3rd pick, he just stared down the WR, and threw it in very tight coverage.
Actually, in defense of Smith, it was 3rd and 9 or less, I think, and Crabtree ran a 12 yard route, deeper than he needed.
At the end of the day, unless it's tipped by our receiver or by the defensive line, a ball tipped by a DB is the QB's fault in not placing the ball in the right location.
I actually feel the clean diving interception by the Safety was a better defensive play than it was a bad offensive play. The tipped balls by the DBs were the bad offensive plays.