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You gotta admit that 4th quarter was pretty epic once the crowd let Alex have it

Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

http://www.nfl.com/videos/san-francisco-49ers/09000d5d81b3c907/Eagles-defense-INT

watch this video haters and pause it at 7-8 seconds. scroll it in pause and you will see smith getting obliterated halfway through the throw.

[ Edited by brucesf49 on Oct 11, 2010 at 13:56:01 ]
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I saw him get smashed but he had enough time to release the ball. Smith hurried the throw and made the improper read. Even the play before that he looked extremely nervous out there. The pressure gets to him, it always has and always will.
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I know. Like I said, it's sad. I'm neutral right now. I was all in for smith before the season, I had become a HUGE supporter for him again after he did what he did in that Texans game. Before that, I called him an interception machine. Since this season has played out, my support for him has diminished. But that doesn't mean I don't know what the facts are. That doesn't mean I don't know how to differentiate complete and total bias next to what actually happened.
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I know. Like I said, it's sad. I'm neutral right now. I was all in for smith before the season, I had become a HUGE supporter for him again after he did what he did in that Texans game. Before that, I called him an interception machine. Since this season has played out, my support for him has diminished. But that doesn't mean I don't know what the facts are. That doesn't mean I don't know how to differentiate complete and total bias next to what actually happened.



Seems to me that you still making Alexecuses for him. Dont worry in a couple of more game all those Alexecuses will be completely gone.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I saw him get smashed but he had enough time to release the ball. Smith hurried the throw and made the improper read. Even the play before that he looked extremely nervous out there. The pressure gets to him, it always has and always will.

he is litterally getting hit while the arm is still back. not enough time to release. you are a hater...always was probably and that is why you cant admit his is being hit. it is clear in video. WATCH IT AGAIN!

I admit...he has some problems but you and a lot of others dont want to look at the glarring problems all over the place.

how about gores 2 fumbles. thats right 2!

how about the D letting Kolb rip them down the seam all night???

how about the o lines inablitlity to pass protect?

nedney's missed fg!!

is it all smiths fault? hell no. is smith partly to blame. YES. but just be honest with yourself guys. he was clearly getting hit while throwing that ball.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I know. Like I said, it's sad. I'm neutral right now. I was all in for smith before the season, I had become a HUGE supporter for him again after he did what he did in that Texans game. Before that, I called him an interception machine. Since this season has played out, my support for him has diminished. But that doesn't mean I don't know what the facts are. That doesn't mean I don't know how to differentiate complete and total bias next to what actually happened.



Seems to me that you still making Alexecuses for him. Dont worry in a couple of more game all those Alexecuses will be completely gone.

I would not call any of this making exuses for alex. I think this is actually a fan pointing out that alex should not take all of the blame. pay attention to how many freakin mistakes there were yesterday. alex made his share but so did the oline, gore, nedney and the pass D
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I saw him get smashed but he had enough time to release the ball. Smith hurried the throw and made the improper read. Even the play before that he looked extremely nervous out there. The pressure gets to him, it always has and always will.

he is litterally getting hit while the arm is still back. not enough time to release. you are a hater...always was probably and that is why you cant admit his is being hit. it is clear in video. WATCH IT AGAIN!

I admit...he has some problems but you and a lot of others dont want to look at the glarring problems all over the place.

how about gores 2 fumbles. thats right 2!

how about the D letting Kolb rip them down the seam all night???

how about the o lines inablitlity to pass protect?

nedney's missed fg!!

is it all smiths fault? hell no. is smith partly to blame. YES. but just be honest with yourself guys. he was clearly getting hit while throwing that ball.

How about the fumble that was returned for a TD was that his fault ?

yah he was getting hit, bit freaking deal every QB gets hit while throwing. But that doesnt excuse the fact that made the improper read. Just sit down and watch the replay slowly and you will see he threw to the wrong side.

Yes I know that we have other problems but Smith is biggest problem on the team. Unfortunately our jack ass coach put all his eggs in one basket and now we screwed for this season.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I know. Like I said, it's sad. I'm neutral right now. I was all in for smith before the season, I had become a HUGE supporter for him again after he did what he did in that Texans game. Before that, I called him an interception machine. Since this season has played out, my support for him has diminished. But that doesn't mean I don't know what the facts are. That doesn't mean I don't know how to differentiate complete and total bias next to what actually happened.



Seems to me that you still making Alexecuses for him. Dont worry in a couple of more game all those Alexecuses will be completely gone.

Nope not at all. That fumble was totally on him. he made a dumbass mistake. That first pick, I didn't make any excuses for that, but then again I didnt mind it. The second, he got his ass blown up by the D-Lineman. Protection broke down. It's not an excuse, it's what happened.
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I saw him get smashed but he had enough time to release the ball. Smith hurried the throw and made the improper read. Even the play before that he looked extremely nervous out there. The pressure gets to him, it always has and always will.

he is litterally getting hit while the arm is still back. not enough time to release. you are a hater...always was probably and that is why you cant admit his is being hit. it is clear in video. WATCH IT AGAIN!

I admit...he has some problems but you and a lot of others dont want to look at the glarring problems all over the place.

how about gores 2 fumbles. thats right 2!

how about the D letting Kolb rip them down the seam all night???

how about the o lines inablitlity to pass protect?

nedney's missed fg!!

is it all smiths fault? hell no. is smith partly to blame. YES. but just be honest with yourself guys. he was clearly getting hit while throwing that ball.

Agreed. He's getting hit during that throw. On top of that, the defender barrelling down on him means he wasnt even able to step into that throw. Flat-footed throw + getting smacked by defender = ball sails...
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

stupid crowd wasted a drive, they got in smiths head..
Originally posted by CrAnKD4TCRabTree:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

stupid crowd wasted a drive, they got in smiths head..


Smith wasted enough drives in his career why cant the crowd get one.
Originally posted by CrAnKD4TCRabTree:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

stupid crowd wasted a drive, they got in smiths head..

That "stupid crowds" booing maybe helped change Smith for all you know. I personally think it could be the best thing to happen to him. He's been coddled and protected his whole career. That kind of vicious nasty booing is exactly what he needed. And guess what...it worked. He decided to be a fvckin man and score two TDs on consecutive drives.

Personally I'm shocked that Smith remained in the game. I'm not gonna lie man...if that was me I'd have disappeared into the locker room. 60,000 fans booing, coach loses faith, 6 years of inconsistent playing, injuries, coaching...just a total disaster. He rose above it all.

Can he maintain? We will see. I've never heard him admit that he's been playing too cautiously. It was good to hear him say that. It took something like this for Steve Young as well. Not comparing but it's interesting that it happened to Steve against the Eagles as well. Steve had proved waaayyy more obviously but the point is: Smith needed this. I don't think he will be around next season and let's face it...the guy needs a change of scenery. I just hope, for his sake, he takes something from last night and carries it with him the rest of his career. He's only 26 and I'm sure SF won't be his last team to start for. He's a tough dude and Im sure he will do well elsewhere.
was there any fights in the stands??? I'd be surprised if there weren't any. s**t was CRAZY on TV, I can imagine being there.

This can be a life changer for smith. You hear of people going through things in their lives that change them forever. The fans were calling for his head on a platter. There is NO WAY that didn't affect him. I hope this is what Smith needed to finally man up and take games into his own hands.

C'MON SMITH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by brucesf49:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by susweel:
I have never heard a crowd turn a player like that before. It was kind of shocking, Im the biggest Smith hater around and even I kinda felt bad for him at the time.

I am too, but I was impressed at how Smith handled it. He didn't get under a rock and hide, though he did need Vernon to help him find his balls and tell Sing to keep him in. Once he got back on the field, he did well overall. He just needs to demonstrate that he can do that consistently, but it might be too late.

Yah he did handle it well once VD told him he needs to step up. He came in and did well on those two drives, but then when all the pressure was on he folded on the last drive.

It would have been a great come back if he actually pulled out the W.

You did the lineman get pushed right into him half way into making the last throw right? Completely f**king up his pass? He didn't "fold".

He folded like a cheap suit.

Then you're oblivious to what actually happened. The protection broke down and he got hit half way delivering the ball which caused that s**t to sail. Be unbiased for a change. Sad how you can't differentiate bias from what actually happened.


Not true.

Crabtree turned in and smith threw it to the outside.

I see what you mean. Like I said, he got f**king nailed BEFORE he released the ball. The line gave him no help on that one. That right side is killing us.

pointless for you to argue man. people who hate smith do not see smith getting smashed when he is throwing that. to them he is all alone back there.

I saw him get smashed but he had enough time to release the ball. Smith hurried the throw and made the improper read. Even the play before that he looked extremely nervous out there. The pressure gets to him, it always has and always will.

he is litterally getting hit while the arm is still back. not enough time to release. you are a hater...always was probably and that is why you cant admit his is being hit. it is clear in video. WATCH IT AGAIN!

I admit...he has some problems but you and a lot of others dont want to look at the glarring problems all over the place.

how about gores 2 fumbles. thats right 2!

how about the D letting Kolb rip them down the seam all night???

how about the o lines inablitlity to pass protect?

nedney's missed fg!!

is it all smiths fault? hell no. is smith partly to blame. YES. but just be honest with yourself guys. he was clearly getting hit while throwing that ball.

How about the fumble that was returned for a TD was that his fault ?

yah he was getting hit, bit freaking deal every QB gets hit while throwing. But that doesnt excuse the fact that made the improper read. Just sit down and watch the replay slowly and you will see he threw to the wrong side.

Yes I know that we have other problems but Smith is biggest problem on the team. Unfortunately our jack ass coach put all his eggs in one basket and now we screwed for this season.

did i say his fumble wasnt his fault? NO.

ok. i watched it in slow mo man. he reads left first when you watch it man. he goes your way. they start with 3 recievers on the left. 1 on right. it appears 2 of the 3 right recievers all go out about 20 or so yards and and the other go short. the one on the right deep as well. there are 3 defenders all on the left side. 1 on the right with a saftey over top. i looks as if smith reads left to right with him either cocking to throw middle or right. i would assume he checks off the left because they all appear covered from what I see. the reciever crossing left to right or the one on the right appear to be who targeting but again...the oline didn't protect long enough and he couldnt make the throw.

if he throws left like you say he should he most likely gets INT or abliterated from behind and likely fumbles.

by the way...do you not see A Davis wiff his block on a D that only rushed 4
Originally posted by LambdaChi49:
Originally posted by CrAnKD4TCRabTree:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

stupid crowd wasted a drive, they got in smiths head..

That "stupid crowds" booing maybe helped change Smith for all you know. I personally think it could be the best thing to happen to him. He's been coddled and protected his whole career. That kind of vicious nasty booing is exactly what he needed. And guess what...it worked. He decided to be a fvckin man and score two TDs on consecutive drives.

Personally I'm shocked that Smith remained in the game. I'm not gonna lie man...if that was me I'd have disappeared into the locker room. 60,000 fans booing, coach loses faith, 6 years of inconsistent playing, injuries, coaching...just a total disaster. He rose above it all.

Can he maintain? We will see. I've never heard him admit that he's been playing too cautiously. It was good to hear him say that. It took something like this for Steve Young as well. Not comparing but it's interesting that it happened to Steve against the Eagles as well. Steve had proved waaayyy more obviously but the point is: Smith needed this. I don't think he will be around next season and let's face it...the guy needs a change of scenery. I just hope, for his sake, he takes something from last night and carries it with him the rest of his career. He's only 26 and I'm sure SF won't be his last team to start for. He's a tough dude and Im sure he will do well elsewhere.

thinking the same thing at the same time
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