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Kevin Lynch really positive on Smith

This was after the packer game

Summary
1) Spread dictates what kind of coverage the defense put on
2) There was a lot of pressure on Alex but was successful
3) The leagues is goint to the Spread--
4) Top 4 rushing team all have losing records
5) NFL Offenses are going to the spread and the 49ers have a leg up because they have a QB that can run it.
6) Alex very good in the spread
7) Go to the spread sooner, or series in spread and a series regular
8) Defense bad
9) Defense and offense much better when they attack


KNBR interview of Kevin Lynch
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.

When is this board positive about ANYTHING?
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.

Only a very few are really trying to blame our struggles on Smith, and those are guys that have wrecked their own credibility with weak argument backed with overbearing bias. I'd say that most of us, if not convinced (which I am not), are cautiously optimistic about Smiths play.
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.

Only a very few are really trying to blame our struggles on Smith, and those are guys that have wrecked their own credibility with weak argument backed with overbearing bias. I'd say that most of us, if not convinced (which I am not), are cautiously optimistic about Smiths play.[/quote]

Pretty fair assesment. I still would like to see a lot more out of him when we are in a 2 WR set. In my mind thats the only thing that is really holding me back from being "sold" on Smith. I have a hard time believing its all on the WR & TE inability to get open. I mean in the 2 WR set we haven't even been able to get first downs, let alone move the chains. Smith has to take some of the blame for that. Good QBs find a way to make it happen. After all, you have Davis and Crabtree in the starting line up in addition to Frank "Soft Hands" Gore. No matter how good you are in the spread you have to be albe to work under center or I can't support you.
[ Edited by Oakland-Niner on Nov 27, 2009 at 9:08 AM ]
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Originally posted by chimp914:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.

When is this board positive about ANYTHING?

This board is always Positive in their Negative views. Subtract the division that they cause and you have Multiple positive posts.
top 4 rushing teams have losing records! wow
Originally posted by teeohh:
top 4 rushing teams have losing records! wow

The sad thing is that were not even the top rushing team in the league and still have a losing record.
Originally posted by nothing03:
Originally posted by teeohh:
top 4 rushing teams have losing records! wow

The sad thing is that were not even the top rushing team in the league and still have a losing record.

damn, thats messed up
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
This was after the packer game

Summary
1) Spread dictates what kind of coverage the defense put on
2) There was a lot of pressure on Alex but was successful
3) The leagues is goint to the Spread--
4) Top 4 rushing team all have losing records
5) NFL Offenses are going to the spread and the 49ers have a leg up because they have a QB that can run it.
6) Alex very good in the spread
7) Go to the spread sooner, or series in spread and a series regular
8) Defense bad
9) Defense and offense much better when they attack


KNBR interview of Kevin Lynch

A lot of this is true. The problem is sing/raye. They want Smashmouth but it's not the way to win anymore. The problem is the playcalling, formations and system.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
This was after the packer game

Summary
1) Spread dictates what kind of coverage the defense put on
2) There was a lot of pressure on Alex but was successful
3) The leagues is goint to the Spread--
4) Top 4 rushing team all have losing records
5) NFL Offenses are going to the spread and the 49ers have a leg up because they have a QB that can run it.
6) Alex very good in the spread
7) Go to the spread sooner, or series in spread and a series regular
8) Defense bad
9) Defense and offense much better when they attack


KNBR interview of Kevin Lynch

A lot of this is true. The problem is sing/raye. They want Smashmouth but it's not the way to win anymore. The problem is the playcalling, formations and system.

And it happens week in and week out
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.

Only a very few are really trying to blame our struggles on Smith, and those are guys that have wrecked their own credibility with weak argument backed with overbearing bias. I'd say that most of us, if not convinced (which I am not), are cautiously optimistic about Smiths play.

lol. Cautiously Optimistic for 5 years equals a hopeless optimist in my book.

There is only 1 bias that exists on this forum. The desire for the Niners to win, and it is in that bias that blind support is born.

The Alex hopefuls have to wish for the best....because what is the alternative?

I said the day Alex was drafted this team was going to miss the playoffs for the rest of the decade. I am in the extreme minority though....WANT the Niners to Win, but KNOW that they suck. To be specific, I accurately knew that each team fielded since 2002 was going to suck
Originally posted by danimal:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.

Only a very few are really trying to blame our struggles on Smith, and those are guys that have wrecked their own credibility with weak argument backed with overbearing bias. I'd say that most of us, if not convinced (which I am not), are cautiously optimistic about Smiths play.

lol. Cautiously Optimistic for 5 years equals a hopeless optimist in my book.

There is only 1 bias that exists on this forum. The desire for the Niners to win, and it is in that bias that blind support is born.

The Alex hopefuls have to wish for the best....because what is the alternative?

I said the day Alex was drafted this team was going to miss the playoffs for the rest of the decade. I am in the extreme minority though....WANT the Niners to Win, but KNOW that they suck. To be specific, I accurately knew that each team fielded since 2002 was going to suck

Congratulations. Most of us know that there has been a talent shortage (on the field, on the side line and in the front office) since Donahue started purging the team and showed his imcompetence in acquiring talent. But more pieces are in place now then they have been since 02. Is it all there? No. But it is getting there. Is it again a case of misplaced optimism? Maybe.

You seemed to have made your mind up about Smith from Day 1. You don't think that he looks better than he has ever looked before and that if the Niners get the right offensive scheme then maybe, just maybe (with playmakers emerging like Crabtree and Davis) the Niners might be able to put the first legitimate offense they have had since 02 on the field.

As a Niner fan, I am rooting for Smith. Do I know for a fact he will pan out? No. But some of you seem so sure in your evaluations that I am really surprised that your talents are not being put to use by some NFL team.
Originally posted by BHulman:
Originally posted by danimal:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
A lot of people seem to be.


Well, accept most on this board, that is.

Only a very few are really trying to blame our struggles on Smith, and those are guys that have wrecked their own credibility with weak argument backed with overbearing bias. I'd say that most of us, if not convinced (which I am not), are cautiously optimistic about Smiths play.

lol. Cautiously Optimistic for 5 years equals a hopeless optimist in my book.

There is only 1 bias that exists on this forum. The desire for the Niners to win, and it is in that bias that blind support is born.

The Alex hopefuls have to wish for the best....because what is the alternative?

I said the day Alex was drafted this team was going to miss the playoffs for the rest of the decade. I am in the extreme minority though....WANT the Niners to Win, but KNOW that they suck. To be specific, I accurately knew that each team fielded since 2002 was going to suck

Congratulations. Most of us know that there has been a talent shortage (on the field, on the side line and in the front office) since Donahue started purging the team and showed his imcompetence in acquiring talent. But more pieces are in place now then they have been since 02. Is it all there? No. But it is getting there. Is it again a case of misplaced optimism? Maybe.

You seemed to have made your mind up about Smith from Day 1. You don't think that he looks better than he has ever looked before and that if the Niners get the right offensive scheme then maybe, just maybe (with playmakers emerging like Crabtree and Davis) the Niners might be able to put the first legitimate offense they have had since 02 on the field.

As a Niner fan, I am rooting for Smith. Do I know for a fact he will pan out? No. But some of you seem so sure in your evaluations that I am really surprised that your talents are not being put to use by some NFL team.

I love my career thank you very much. I don't work in the NFL because I did not take the proper steps to make that as my career, which was a conscious choice.

BTW, evidently even the evaluators employed in the NFL are pretty hit and miss....so I find it odd that you think an educated hobbyist can't outperform the professionals.
Colts, Steelers, Pats, Cards, all run the spread HUM???