Originally posted by NinerPrideinNJ:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
not sure why he'd direct his angst against Troy Smith when he just scored the longest pass play for a TD of the year from a throw by said QB.
And then there's the drop later on in the game...
In no way, shape or form is this a knock against Troy. I'm furious right now that they've thrown Alex back in there. I hate the man with every fiber of my soul.
I'm just curious if Davis had a big part in Alex being thrown back in.
Troy still has problems getting off throws to the short middle of the field. (Not that it hinders VD anyways since he's not the polished route runner like Tony Gonzales, Dallas Clark, et.al)
I guess at this point, the coaches see Alex as having the better chance of using the whole field. Troy has the better chance of making big plays.
The decision to use the all-around mediocre light-hitting boxer versus a limited guy but has a puncher's chance of ending the match.