Originally posted by ninertico:
After a comeback season in 2011, they're determined to make another Super Bowl push. The 35-year-old Moss even dazzled with a 55-yard touchdown catch from Alex Smith -- no matter that there were no defenders in his way, the play drew cheers from right tackle Anthony Davis, who threw his arms into the air in celebration.--NFL.com
I know it's in shorts with no defenders, but I would love to see that play.
After one day in the race for the backup QB job, I think Johnson has the lead. He didn't miss a single throw today. He even practiced better than Smith did today, and Smith did well – he missed a couple 10-yard outs and few deep passes, but mostly he did well.
He threw one perfect 55-yard bomb to Randy Moss. When he threw it, the whole organization – players, coaches, trainers – stopped and watched.
As Moss leapt in the end zone and caught the pass, the Niners went wild. Anthony Davis threw his hands up in the air and squealed like a child.
When I first read Grants article I thought Josh threw the bomb, but after reading your post now this section makes sense, kind of....