Originally posted by xx49erfanxx:Originally posted by Bobbi9698:Originally posted by ZRF80:
Its amazing how you can skew stats to portray your point of view. Im sure we could twist things to make Alex look the GOAT.
You dont need stats to see how bad Alex Smith is. Just watch a Niners game; you'll get the point.
He locks on Receivers, has happy feet, and can only perform after he has lost the game...what else do you need to know?
I think ur still watching Jeff Garcia , u have to be with the happy feet comment and locking on to rec . May be you should put away all those old games and watch the new 49ers and come back here and post.
From Sidney Mayhew on this WEBZONE site main page today:
"If you look at the film, Alex fails to see the entire field and his eyes get locked on a particular receiver. He fails to understand accurately either mentally or via communication where the receiver is going to be. Not so with Aaron Rodgers who tutored under future Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre and who understands and appreciates a great offensive mind in Mike McCarthy as his head coach. On top of this the team had literally another bye week to prepare for the Green Bay Packers after beating the Chicago Bears on a Thursday Night Special on NFL Network.
Alex is tentative under center because he has a porous offensive line literally destroyed with injuries to left tackle Joe Staley and left guard David Baas. Even more so with less than average play from the weak right side in Adam Snyder and second-year man Chilo Rachal. The time clock in Alex's head has to mean something to him as many times as visualized Alex is penalized for delay of game. On top of that he is tentative still on getting rid of the ball and still unable to determine where some of the pass rush is coming from. "
What QB are you looking at, Aaron Rogers???