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Rate Alex Smith's performance against the Saints

Rate Alex Smith's performance against the Saints

Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

When will the hatred end? Now ur just being a/an ______< insert adjective here.
I gave him a C just because all QBs should do good with that kind of pass protection.
Originally posted by TDilvr:
Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

When will the hatred end? Now ur just being a/an ______< insert adjective here.

Just call it like I see it.


Bottom line is that we lost and boy wonder still threw two Int's.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

the first one, yes.

the second one was nothing more than a great defensive play. you are blind as a bat if you can't see that.


Its the QBs job to find the proper passing lanes.
Not entirely. It is the OL's job to create passing lanes in which to pass just as it is their job to create running lanes for the runner.

Unlike a runner who can bounce an inside run to the outside if the opening is there, the QB has much less room to shift while standing in the pocket.

Yes true but it is the QB's responsibility to make sure he put enough arch on the ball so a jumping linebacker can not touch it.
Go look at the film. Dunbar SKIED to reach that pass. Crabtree was even jumping up in anticipation. You can't arch a ball on a short timing play like that.

At some point you just have to give the defense credit for disguising the coverage very well and making a big-time play. Staley was doing his best to stay engaged but Dunbar made a great play.

We can blame Smith for the first pick on a bad throw, but the second one was just good defense.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

the first one, yes.

the second one was nothing more than a great defensive play. you are blind as a bat if you can't see that.


Its the QBs job to find the proper passing lanes.
Not entirely. It is the OL's job to create passing lanes in which to pass just as it is their job to create running lanes for the runner.

Unlike a runner who can bounce an inside run to the outside if the opening is there, the QB has much less room to shift while standing in the pocket.

Yes true but it is the QB's responsibility to make sure he put enough arch on the ball so a jumping linebacker can not touch it.

Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

the first one, yes.

the second one was nothing more than a great defensive play. you are blind as a bat if you can't see that.


Its the QBs job to find the proper passing lanes.
Not entirely. It is the OL's job to create passing lanes in which to pass just as it is their job to create running lanes for the runner.

Unlike a runner who can bounce an inside run to the outside if the opening is there, the QB has much less room to shift while standing in the pocket.

Yes true but it is the QB's responsibility to make sure he put enough arch on the ball so a jumping linebacker can not touch it.
Go look at the film. Dunbar SKIED to reach that pass. Crabtree was even jumping up in anticipation. You can't arch a ball on a short timing play like that.

At some point you just have to give the defense credit for disguising the coverage very well and making a big-time play. Staley was doing his best to stay engaged but Dunbar made a great play.

We can blame Smith for the first pick on a bad throw, but the second one was just good defense.

Alexcuses, Alexcuses is all here for this loser of a QB we have.


I dont care what the blocking scheme was, its the QB's responsibility to make sure that ball does not get hit like that.

Ever ask yourself how come stuff like this always happens to Alex.
He Gets a solid "B" for is his play but gets and A for his effort and huddle command. Its more than just about his play, this is what people needed to see from him. His 2nd and 4th quarter play is what you need in a starting QB. The pass that was behind Crabtree is on him the other one was the saints defense making a good play. Baas's snap, walkers fumble and Adams muffed punt were just stupid mistakes, QB's are going to throw interceptions but those three errors were us as a team not taking care of the little things.

Alex = B
Originally posted by susweel:

Alexcuses, Alexcuses is all here for this loser of a QB we have.

I dont care what the blocking scheme was, its the QB's responsibility to make sure that ball does not get hit like that.

Ever ask yourself how come stuff like this always happens to Alex.

Drew Brees had two passes batted at the line of scrimmage.

But I'm making Breecuses I guess.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

the first one, yes.

the second one was nothing more than a great defensive play. you are blind as a bat if you can't see that.


Its the QBs job to find the proper passing lanes.
Not entirely. It is the OL's job to create passing lanes in which to pass just as it is their job to create running lanes for the runner.

Unlike a runner who can bounce an inside run to the outside if the opening is there, the QB has much less room to shift while standing in the pocket.

Yes true but it is the QB's responsibility to make sure he put enough arch on the ball so a jumping linebacker can not touch it.
Go look at the film. Dunbar SKIED to reach that pass. Crabtree was even jumping up in anticipation. You can't arch a ball on a short timing play like that.

At some point you just have to give the defense credit for disguising the coverage very well and making a big-time play. Staley was doing his best to stay engaged but Dunbar made a great play.

We can blame Smith for the first pick on a bad throw, but the second one was just good defense.

Alexcuses, Alexcuses is all here for this loser of a QB we have.


I dont care what the blocking scheme was, its the QB's responsibility to make sure that ball does not get hit like that.

Ever ask yourself how come stuff like this always happens to Alex.

troll much?
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

the first one, yes.

the second one was nothing more than a great defensive play. you are blind as a bat if you can't see that.


Its the QBs job to find the proper passing lanes.

The lane was wide open until the defender dropped back into coverage. Are you just trying to start s**t up? The first INT was all on Alex but that second one was just a nice defensive play and a nice play call by the Saints

That lineman started out like he was gonna rush Smith but dropped back into coverage at the last second and put his hand up. Joe Staley couldnt do much because you cant block downfield cuz then he would have been an ineligible player downfield

they brought heat a lot. then, gregg williams decided to drop his DL into coverage. heads up play. tough brake, but definitely not smith's fault. the gore INT? smith's fault.
Originally posted by redrathman:
Originally posted by susweel:

Alexcuses, Alexcuses is all here for this loser of a QB we have.

I dont care what the blocking scheme was, its the QB's responsibility to make sure that ball does not get hit like that.

Ever ask yourself how come stuff like this always happens to Alex.

Drew Brees had two passes batted at the line of scrimmage.

But I'm making Breecuses I guess.

Yah and he caught one of them. Now thats some skills.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by susweel:
C


The int's cost the game and they were both his fault.

the first one, yes.

the second one was nothing more than a great defensive play. you are blind as a bat if you can't see that.


Its the QBs job to find the proper passing lanes.
Not entirely. It is the OL's job to create passing lanes in which to pass just as it is their job to create running lanes for the runner.

Unlike a runner who can bounce an inside run to the outside if the opening is there, the QB has much less room to shift while standing in the pocket.

Yes true but it is the QB's responsibility to make sure he put enough arch on the ball so a jumping linebacker can not touch it.
Go look at the film. Dunbar SKIED to reach that pass. Crabtree was even jumping up in anticipation. You can't arch a ball on a short timing play like that.

At some point you just have to give the defense credit for disguising the coverage very well and making a big-time play. Staley was doing his best to stay engaged but Dunbar made a great play.

We can blame Smith for the first pick on a bad throw, but the second one was just good defense.

Alexcuses, Alexcuses is all here for this loser of a QB we have.


I dont care what the blocking scheme was, its the QB's responsibility to make sure that ball does not get hit like that.

Ever ask yourself how come stuff like this always happens to Alex.

Hell No. The Alex supporters are famous for only wanting to argue individual plays. The concept of an accumulation of these debatable fiascoes equaling something goes over their head.
Originally posted by cNiner:
D , we will see how all of you hang on his nuts when we play KC and plays like he played like seattle game and the D won't bail his ass out !

did you even watch the game???? What kind of F'd up rating scale are you using dude? yeah, he had two picks that a saints defender just happened to be in the right place at the right time..against any other defense they would have been incompletion's...but other than that he was pretty much flawless.
Originally posted by ninjaniner420:
Originally posted by cNiner:
D , we will see how all of you hang on his nuts when we play KC and plays like he played like seattle game and the D won't bail his ass out !

did you even watch the game???? What kind of F'd up rating scale are you using dude? yeah, he had two picks that a saints defender just happened to be in the right place at the right time..against any other defense they would have been incompletion's...but other than that he was pretty much flawless.

Just goes to show you have subjective people can be.
Smith:
First half C. Missed gore wide, causing the tipped ball, leading to a int!
Missed VD wide open, threw the ball behind him or 3rd down.

Throwing that second int in traffic and causing it to get tipped in the redzone. Just seemed like he was pressing and throwing it too hard!


Second half- A.
Made some great throws and runs, crabtree should of caught that pass, great 2 min drive. Only prob was we left too much time on the clock!

On a side note: I dont get why we don't dial up the post to VD more often. It can't be defended! Also, I sure hope we didnt take crabtree in the 1st round to be only throw to, what twice? The guy is a play maker, give him the damn ball!!