Originally posted by backontop:Originally posted by Joecool:Originally posted by Gavintech:Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:Originally posted by Method:Originally posted by PRIMETIME21:Originally posted by ginseng1000:
Just wanted to get your opinion about Alex putting up big numbers in the 2nd half of the Houston game and in the 2nd half today at Green Bay.
It seems that Alex's big numbers come when we are down big and maybe its just that the opponent starts relaxing and playing prevent and we start the spread offense???
If that is the case, can we credit Alex with "playing at a high level"???
Or do you think its a matter of Raye opening the offense and Alex thriving in a legit highly competitive game?
cause he folds like a deck of cards when he is under pressure. There is no pressure when you are already losing lol
Wouldn't there be more...?
eh you can debate that both ways i guess, but he doesn't finish games is what im getting at.
They didn't get the ball back after the 3rd TD.
It's not garbage time when there is still 6 minutes left and a TD will bring the score to less than a one possession game and GB was not playing like it was garbage time.
The 3rd TD doesn't matter. They were within 5 points AND had possession prior to the INT. Why do people keep dismissing this?
Yes, the D couldn't stop their offense but our offense turned the ball over at the drive that could have put us on top. The first play of that drive.
Hill did the same thing in the Vikings game and yet you blame that loss on the defense for not getting the ball back. You Smith haters with your double standards
1st: Hill threw 3 TD's in the Vikings game?
2nd: What hill did in the Vikings game has ZERO to do with whether it was garbage time when the 49ers offense dominated the 2nd half of football on Sunday.