Originally posted by WINiner:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
With all the mistakes that was made by the team and by Smith in the Saint's game, Smith put all those mistakes aside. He played lights out, made very good decision with the football. Tide the game with a TD and a 2pts conversion. That's what Montana and all the good qb do. They put away all the mistakes that happened during the game and come up with great last drive. I don't know how good Smith will become, but that was the right direction from the Saints game.
He made the throws, ran with the ball, made good decision and not turn the ball over, and got what we needed to tied the game. That last drive, he was equal to Montana or any other great qb.
Dude threw 2 picks and created the position he was in that required the last second scramble.
When Smith starts winning games you can compare him to Steve or Joe, but until then it is blasphemy at the least.
No, he was equal to any great QBs in that last drive, situation created by him or not. That's why they call it 'come from behind' drive. If all the great QBs played like a HOF all game long, they wouldn't have to make 'come from behind' drive. They set up their own stages by making mistakes and the mistakes of the team, Smith is no different.
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on Sep 23, 2010 at 5:02 AM ]