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The OFFICIAL Scott Tolzien Time Traveling Delorean of TRIUMPH!

Haven't seen much of Kaep, Tolzien or JJ. Late in viewing the game on NFL preseason pass. And everything became a blur after the Jacobs injury. Then put myself on a 1 day tape delay after I heard about the LaMichael injury. After those 2 went down, the rest just seems unimportant
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Originally posted by 4evrfan:
He showed all that last year in the San Diego game, only better now. I remember a few of us touted his potential early on and were scoffed at (some are still scoffing) and now the bandwagon has gained quite a bit of momentum, with even his teammates and numerous journalists jumping on. I really think this kid's the real deal and only hope we don't blunder and let him go. There's a way he carries himself in the huddle and behind center that only comes naturally and/or with alot of experience. He won't last a minute on the practice squad and I trust Coach et al recognize that fact.


I like both our backup QB's. Both have talent to play and if placed on the Practice Squad, say adios to them. We are unbelievably loaded at QB in terms of depth.

Giedi
Well after his performance last night against guys that won't even make the Texans team, I guess some of you have come down to reality huh?

I still prefer Tolzien to JJ. He was still getting the ball out in rhythym, but the DBs were jumping the short stuff after the 1st couple series. Either layered plays need to be called, Tolzien neds to hang for a beat longer to throw the deep option, or he would benefit from the real game planning that teams do during the reg season. His overthrow of Palmer over the middle looked like pure garbage, but that could have been a miscommunication on a route option or something. Even if it was just a bad throw, he's generally accurate (more than most). Not concerned about the INTs. Same thing happens to most QBs when they get hit (like Alex last week).
Originally posted by Youngb:
Well after his performance last night against guys that won't even make the Texans team, I guess some of you have come down to reality huh?


none of the other back-up QBs performed much better. Scott still looks the most polished out of the three. so i don't know what point you're actually trying to make.
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by Youngb:
Well after his performance last night against guys that won't even make the Texans team, I guess some of you have come down to reality huh?


none of the other back-up QBs performed much better. Scott still looks the most polished out of the three. so i don't know what point you're actually trying to make.

Maybe true, but give me the rusty double edged axe over the "polished" dagger anyday.
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by Youngb:
Well after his performance last night against guys that won't even make the Texans team, I guess some of you have come down to reality huh?


none of the other back-up QBs performed much better. Scott still looks the most polished out of the three. so i don't know what point you're actually trying to make.

Maybe true, but give me the rusty double edged axe over the "polished" dagger anyday.

An expert weilding a dagger would be just as deadly as a jackass swinging an axe... and Harbaugh is an expert.
I was more interested in our 1st playing against a very good Houston defense. Now you guys got me interested in looking over the rest of our scrub QBs
Originally posted by WRATHman44:
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by Youngb:
Well after his performance last night against guys that won't even make the Texans team, I guess some of you have come down to reality huh?


none of the other back-up QBs performed much better. Scott still looks the most polished out of the three. so i don't know what point you're actually trying to make.

Maybe true, but give me the rusty double edged axe over the "polished" dagger anyday.

An expert weilding a dagger would be just as deadly as a jackass swinging an axe... and Harbaugh is an expert.

You totally missed the point.. but ok

what about an expert swinging an axe ?? Would you still take the dagger vs that?
Dafuq are we talking about?
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
Dafuq are we talking about?

I would take a silver axe with frost damage +2 over a Crude Dagger with +2 vampiric health drain.
Originally posted by smithgdwg:
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
Dafuq are we talking about?

I would take a silver axe with frost damage +2 over a Crude Dagger with +2 vampiric health drain.

LOL!!
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Originally posted by WRATHman44:
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by Youngb:
Well after his performance last night against guys that won't even make the Texans team, I guess some of you have come down to reality huh?


none of the other back-up QBs performed much better. Scott still looks the most polished out of the three. so i don't know what point you're actually trying to make.

Maybe true, but give me the rusty double edged axe over the "polished" dagger anyday.

An expert weilding a dagger would be just as deadly as a jackass swinging an axe... and Harbaugh is an expert.

You totally missed the point.. but ok

what about an expert swinging an axe ?? Would you still take the dagger vs that?

I think the expert uses the sharp dagger until he puts a decent edge on the axe.

TRANSLATED FOR MONSTER: If Smith goes down and Tolzien is more ready to play, you play him, even though he has less athletic prowess. If any of the other guys are as ready/efficient as Tolzien is, they probably play better because they can do more physically.
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
Dafuq are we talking about?

Where, oh where, should I begin telling you about how inimical Mr. Scott Tolzien is? How about here: For all of Mr. Tolzien's professed concern for human rights, he has yet to take a firm and unambiguous stand against those rude, choleric analphabetics who encourage repugnant, snippy turncoats to see themselves as victims and, therefore, live by alibis rather than by honest effort. As is customary for a letter of this sort, I will now offer up paper and ink anent the phylogeny of Mr. Tolzien's uncongenial jeremiads in order to make the point that Mr. Tolzien spouts all kinds of puffery about his moral vigor. Well, sure, he has somehow found the fortitude to endure our ongoing humiliation and discomfort at the hands of his idolators, but the larger point is that Mr. Tolzien sometimes uses the word "macracanthrorhynchiasis" when describing his press releases. Beware! This is a buzzword designed for emotional response. As this letter draws to a close, I should state that I regret not having been able to say more about how besides being completely offensive and abusive, Mr. Scott Tolzien's communications are seriously defamatory. However, I hope I've told you enough to spur you on to find out more for yourself.