Originally posted by Young2Rice:Originally posted by dj43:Originally posted by oldman9er:thisOriginally posted by jimmy49erfan:Originally posted by oldman9er:
People just don't want to face the idea that our WRs simply were not getting open very much. Watching other QBs, they all have the same issues with precise route timing and missing the exact window due to extra caution. The difference? Those WRs would attack the football as if it belonged to them. Our boys acted as if the ball should always land softly in their hands not outstretched.
Oh come on did you even watch the games last year? Smith threw the ball like s**t, All the WRs were making catches stretching out risking injury on poorly thrown balls. Crabtree got upended and landed on his neck. Morgan tried to catch everything and was beat the fk up on Smith passes. Walker, VD, same thing tried to catch those high wobblers and were blasted. Its takes some amazing bias to blame our receivers for Smiths mediocre passing.
As usual, you got it all wrong due to your own intense dislike for Alex.
Yes, I watch, record, and watch the games over and over again. Huge disparity in ability/effort from our receivers to those on most other teams. It's absolutely no surprise that Alex lost faith in throwing to his targets.
Perhaps our wrs have lost faith in the QB?
A.S. is responsible for some of the mistakes, like ints, fumble, underthrows or over throws. Not all, but more then a few.
Either way, he shouldn't lose faith in his WR and the WR shouldn't lose faith in the QB. Its a character flaw.
Good post man, it is a two way street, they should be able to have faith in each other. I think they do, i think people make too big a deal about the Crabtree issue, they guy will come around when the games start, and he will be against #2 corners most likely.