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Phrases I dont want to hear anymore..Singletaryisms

We want Luck.
(because we need massive defensive help, and mcnabb may be available again or some other FA)
Lets put nate at FS
(he would get owned more there than he does at QB)
Originally posted by unst4bl3:
We want Luck.
(because we need massive defensive help, and mcnabb may be available again or some other FA)
Lets put nate at FS
(he would get owned more there than he does at QB)


If we ever hear coach come out and thank the opposing team for kicking our azz after a game, I'll shoot the bas---d....
It's all the QBs fault.

It's never the QBs fault.
We have a RAT in the building....
trade for Kolb
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
"we control our destiny"
"It's not over yet"
"Alex gives us the best chance to win"

I'm not sure the bolded part has ever been accurate.

His rookie season, Rattay gave us the best chance to win.
2006-2009, Shaun Hill was the best QB on the roster.
2010, Troy Smith is better.
Originally posted by unst4bl3:
We want Luck.
(because we need massive defensive help, and mcnabb may be available again or some other FA)
Lets put nate at FS
(he would get owned more there than he does at QB)

"We want Luck."

It doesn't matter if we need "massive defensive help" because we also need a QB, and QB is the single most important position in football whether you want to believe it or not. You don't take a defender based on need when you also need a QB and a prospect like Andrew Luck is on the board. Well, YOU might, but no competent NFL decision-maker would.

Key word: competent.

If you already have a QB that can get it done, then fine, go defense. We don't have that QB.

The only reason to not want to hear "we want Luck" anymore is the fact that we won't get him. We have too many wins to pick in front of Arizona or Carolina, and they will certainly take him if he declares. Our front office doesn't have the balls to make the trade for him, either. If he doesn't declare, I really hope we aren't in the running for him again next year. He will go #1 overall whenever he comes out.
[ Edited by 49erRider on Dec 19, 2010 at 11:00 PM ]
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
"we control our destiny"
"It's not over yet"
"Alex gives us the best chance to win"

I'm not sure the bolded part has ever been accurate.

His rookie season, Rattay gave us the best chance to win.
2006-2009, Shaun Hill was the best QB on the roster.
2010, Troy Smith is better.

Alex Smith was injured during the 2007-2009 seasons. And I believe it was said that Troy Smith knows 1/4th of the playbook. Now you take an already super predictable playbook and cut it down to 1/4th. Now it is even more predictable. Sorry but Alex Smith does give us the best chance to win. Plus it is not like Troy Smith was playing well the last 3 games he started. There was a reason he was benched.
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
"we control our destiny"
"It's not over yet"
"Alex gives us the best chance to win"

I'm not sure the bolded part has ever been accurate.

His rookie season, Rattay gave us the best chance to win.
2006-2009, Shaun Hill was the best QB on the roster.
2010, Troy Smith is better.

Alex Smith was injured during the 2007-2009 seasons. And I believe it was said that Troy Smith knows 1/4th of the playbook. Now you take an already super predictable playbook and cut it down to 1/4th. Now it is even more predictable. Sorry but Alex Smith does give us the best chance to win. Plus it is not like Troy Smith was playing well the last 3 games he started. There was a reason he was benched.

That's true and he STILL made plays to pull of wins

What's the reason Singletary is thinking about going back to this guy who was benched for a reason? Probably a mixture of him not knowing what he is doing AND Troy has more wins in less games than Alex.
Originally posted by Sims84:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
"we control our destiny"
"It's not over yet"
"Alex gives us the best chance to win"

I'm not sure the bolded part has ever been accurate.

His rookie season, Rattay gave us the best chance to win.
2006-2009, Shaun Hill was the best QB on the roster.
2010, Troy Smith is better.

Alex Smith was injured during the 2007-2009 seasons. And I believe it was said that Troy Smith knows 1/4th of the playbook. Now you take an already super predictable playbook and cut it down to 1/4th. Now it is even more predictable. Sorry but Alex Smith does give us the best chance to win. Plus it is not like Troy Smith was playing well the last 3 games he started. There was a reason he was benched.

That's true and he STILL made plays to pull of wins

What's the reason Singletary is thinking about going back to this guy who was benched for a reason? Probably a mixture of him not knowing what he is doing AND Troy has more wins in less games than Alex.

He made plays because he has the ability to turn nothing into at least something. Alex Smith doesn't have that. Do you really want Troy attempting to turn nothing into something on every single play? Because that is pretty much what he was doing his last couple of starts. The defenses were all over the plays before they ball was snapped and he was forced to improvise.
"you gave me herpes"
no means no
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by Sims84:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
"we control our destiny"
"It's not over yet"
"Alex gives us the best chance to win"

I'm not sure the bolded part has ever been accurate.

His rookie season, Rattay gave us the best chance to win.
2006-2009, Shaun Hill was the best QB on the roster.
2010, Troy Smith is better.

Alex Smith was injured during the 2007-2009 seasons. And I believe it was said that Troy Smith knows 1/4th of the playbook. Now you take an already super predictable playbook and cut it down to 1/4th. Now it is even more predictable. Sorry but Alex Smith does give us the best chance to win. Plus it is not like Troy Smith was playing well the last 3 games he started. There was a reason he was benched.

That's true and he STILL made plays to pull of wins

What's the reason Singletary is thinking about going back to this guy who was benched for a reason? Probably a mixture of him not knowing what he is doing AND Troy has more wins in less games than Alex.

He made plays because he has the ability to turn nothing into at least something. Alex Smith doesn't have that. Do you really want Troy attempting to turn nothing into something on every single play? Because that is pretty much what he was doing his last couple of starts. The defenses were all over the plays before they ball was snapped and he was forced to improvise.

In all honesty, I don't know who I would rather have start

If Alex starts, we can have the OPTION to run more plays (will we, who knows) but we know for a fact we won't have too many big plays and I think in a war of "dinking and dunking", Bradford will prevail. His release is way too quick and he is far more accurate.

If Troy starts, will we be very limited but like we have seen from him, it's a Homerun or strikeout. All or nothing with Troy. He makes the big plays or he takes sacks and we go nowhere

I also know for a fact we wouldn't have beat the Rams the first time with Alex. Too many big time penalties and Alex can't overcome those. What to do what to do
Originally posted by Sims84:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by Sims84:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
"we control our destiny"
"It's not over yet"
"Alex gives us the best chance to win"

I'm not sure the bolded part has ever been accurate.

His rookie season, Rattay gave us the best chance to win.
2006-2009, Shaun Hill was the best QB on the roster.
2010, Troy Smith is better.

Alex Smith was injured during the 2007-2009 seasons. And I believe it was said that Troy Smith knows 1/4th of the playbook. Now you take an already super predictable playbook and cut it down to 1/4th. Now it is even more predictable. Sorry but Alex Smith does give us the best chance to win. Plus it is not like Troy Smith was playing well the last 3 games he started. There was a reason he was benched.

That's true and he STILL made plays to pull of wins

What's the reason Singletary is thinking about going back to this guy who was benched for a reason? Probably a mixture of him not knowing what he is doing AND Troy has more wins in less games than Alex.

He made plays because he has the ability to turn nothing into at least something. Alex Smith doesn't have that. Do you really want Troy attempting to turn nothing into something on every single play? Because that is pretty much what he was doing his last couple of starts. The defenses were all over the plays before they ball was snapped and he was forced to improvise.

In all honesty, I don't know who I would rather have start

If Alex starts, we can have the OPTION to run more plays (will we, who knows) but we know for a fact we won't have too many big plays and I think in a war of "dinking and dunking", Bradford will prevail. His release is way too quick and he is far more accurate.

If Troy starts, will we be very limited but like we have seen from him, it's a Homerun or strikeout. All or nothing with Troy. He makes the big plays or he takes sacks and we go nowhere

I also know for a fact we wouldn't have beat the Rams the first time with Alex. Too many big time penalties and Alex can't overcome those. What to do what to do

Tell that to PHL and NO.


Screw it go college two QB system.
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by Sims84:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by Sims84:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
"we control our destiny"
"It's not over yet"
"Alex gives us the best chance to win"

I'm not sure the bolded part has ever been accurate.

His rookie season, Rattay gave us the best chance to win.
2006-2009, Shaun Hill was the best QB on the roster.
2010, Troy Smith is better.

Alex Smith was injured during the 2007-2009 seasons. And I believe it was said that Troy Smith knows 1/4th of the playbook. Now you take an already super predictable playbook and cut it down to 1/4th. Now it is even more predictable. Sorry but Alex Smith does give us the best chance to win. Plus it is not like Troy Smith was playing well the last 3 games he started. There was a reason he was benched.

That's true and he STILL made plays to pull of wins

What's the reason Singletary is thinking about going back to this guy who was benched for a reason? Probably a mixture of him not knowing what he is doing AND Troy has more wins in less games than Alex.

He made plays because he has the ability to turn nothing into at least something. Alex Smith doesn't have that. Do you really want Troy attempting to turn nothing into something on every single play? Because that is pretty much what he was doing his last couple of starts. The defenses were all over the plays before they ball was snapped and he was forced to improvise.

In all honesty, I don't know who I would rather have start

If Alex starts, we can have the OPTION to run more plays (will we, who knows) but we know for a fact we won't have too many big plays and I think in a war of "dinking and dunking", Bradford will prevail. His release is way too quick and he is far more accurate.

If Troy starts, will we be very limited but like we have seen from him, it's a Homerun or strikeout. All or nothing with Troy. He makes the big plays or he takes sacks and we go nowhere

I also know for a fact we wouldn't have beat the Rams the first time with Alex. Too many big time penalties and Alex can't overcome those. What to do what to do

Tell that to PHL and NO.


Screw it go college two QB system.

Overcame them just enough to barely lose....as usual

F**k it, lets go two QB's