Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Irish40Niner:
Originally posted by truekingcarlos:
Karma man, karma. I'm not liking this. I expected back to back losses, we squeezed one out last week, but this is just a downright embarrassment. Kap looked bad, and rattled. The downward trend continues, with the occasional statistical anomaly like the last game.
2 good games against bad defenses.
4 bad games where our defense bailed him out.
Him? Yeah the defense,run game,and special teams never bailed the other him out. Those other phases did nothing to help out the him you are referring to last night. We have a lot more crap to clean up then just having a young qb, he is hardly our biggest issue. If anyone wants to single out one player(Kaep) you picking the wrong player, it should be Rogers he has been the weak link on D all season. Freakin pathetic, he has been getting picked on like a 6th string corner. The dude has looked completely lost out there especially last night.
kapernick did nothing to lead his team to a win..willis gets pick and niners stall...3 f/g attempts rather tds...looked unpoised...and as mark purdy tweated alex smith was 4-0 vs seahawks in last 4 starts...but more fault lies with harbaugh who made panic move switching qb and trying to change offensive philosphy in middle of season for a team that was 6-2 under the old qb --- and getting an inexperienced qb who is now 4-2
It is such a flaw to think that just because Kaep didn't win, that Alex would have. You know there is also the possibility of Alex losing it too. It's something you and I or anyone else will never know. However, the team we all know that was led by Alex (being conservative and limited) would likely NOT have won it either. Common sense. The seachickens are a much better team than the last times we matched up against them. Did you notice their offensive production stats? It is in an upward trend.