Originally posted by qnnhan7:
"When he went back in the game, I don't think he pressed," Singletary said. "He really played more true to who he is. He threw the ball more clean. I think after the conversation we had on the sideline, he forgot about all the other stuff and just went out and played quarterback -- just played football."
So he basically told Smith to unlearn all the crap they have feeding him and play his game. Like try to be conservative not turn the ball over, we only want you to manage the game. Oh thank you to all our intuitive coaches the last 5-6 years
Really? Do you think this is what the coaches have been feeding him? Is this a fact? I'm sure Martz told him to be safe.
Don't you think the OC is "feeding" him and the QB coach more than the HC? Don't you think they are expecting him to make NFL QB plays or expecting him to throw to open receivers when they are open.
I'm sure Singletary was very unhappy in being forced to say that "he played more true to who he is" because that would go completely against his philosophy, right?
Just because Steve Young had a "subjective" opinion because Ralph asked him what he thought could be happening doesn't make it a fact.