Originally posted by gavindirishmen:Originally posted by zoomcrypt:Originally posted by theduke85:This is basically the same conclusion I came to. I was so sad last night. All I could think about was how awful of an ending the Kyle Williams fiasco was to an awesome game. However, I quickly started coming around, and realize that our offense did absolutely NOTHING the last six drives of the game or so. Kyle Williams sure as hell didnt' help and definitely sealed the game, but our offense -- Alex Smith in particular -- deserves their HUGE share of the blame. How many times in the closing minutes of the game and overtime did Smith roll out and short-arm his receiver by about five yards? It was a pathetic display.
those aren't shortarms. those are throw aways basicaly beceause the receiver isn't really open. did you see the completion to davis that was short of a first down? my god that window was tiny and he gunned it in there.....problem was that's about the biggest window he had for passes all day :S
Not true. You have to throw guys open and we know Alex is incapable of doing that consistently.
On the contrary. But to wrap this one up, I expect to see several new receivers next season. With good hands.