Originally posted by 80sbaby24:Originally posted by niner4life21:Originally posted by excelsior:
I don't understand you guys. You say that we shouldn't look at Kolb's stats because he has not had enough time to get in a groove. Okay, if we are not supposed to look at his stats, then what the HELL are you looking at that causes you to think he is worth a 2nd round draft pick?
Watching him in game and seeing his good accuracy, pocket presence, touch, etc. And add in the fact he's been coached by one of the best.
Same goes for Alex with this dude. You can look at his 82 QB rating or his "great" redzone numbers, or you could watch him in game and see him throw inaccurate passes, stare down WRs before he throws to them, check down too early, not hit his targets in stride, not read the field, make poor decisions, turn the ball over, display poor pocket presence, refuse to take chances, show a lack of anticipation and generally just make mistakes.
Numbers can be part of the argument. But putting Alex's below average numbers aside, he just doesnt pass the eye test.
Or you could look at his career stats and see a improving QB every year,especially the last 2 despite the drama.
And it looks like he's passing Harbaugh's eye test whose opinion matters here