Originally posted by Peanut49:
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Originally posted by oldman9er:
I thought the sideline pass to Crabtree was solid... risky, as most throws to the back shoulder on those passes are risks.
I thought the pass to Walker was very unwise and should never be thrown, but I'm so glad it somehow fell into Walker's hands.
Gotta love it though, those are the high risk/high-reward renegade plays that fearless/good QBs take a shot at. Troy Smith is one confident motherf**ker, Alex Smith could learn a thing or two from him.
I can't say much because the pass was caught.
However that is the type of play from a paniced QB in all actuality. That play doesn't even have a place in college football. It was a high risk, low success rate play if I've ever seen one. Hail him because Alex thinks too much and Troy doesn't think at all.
Then you clearly haven't watched a lot of football in your lifetime.
Dude, you're down by 7 f**king points with possibly the game on the line (knowing how s**tty/tired your defense is getting), and you hang in the pocket, evade, wait for an open guy, and BOOM you take the shot. YOU THROW YOUR BALLS ON THE WALL
!!! Troy knew what he was doing.
f**k, put Alex Smith in that situation and it'd be a f**king dump-off screen to Gore, or a 6 yard check-down to Josh Morgan with Ted Ginn open 40 yards down field
YOU PLAY TO WIN THE f**kING GAME DAMNIT!!!