Originally posted by ninermedic:
Originally posted by aTx49er:
Originally posted by InHarbsWeTrust:
Originally posted by cciowa:
of course this is the truth. i hope alex gets his ring and he is probably the best of the free agent bunch out there and is alot better than some of the college quarterbacks. he will go someone place like arizona or kansas city and have a nice career. its better for him and the niners will not have the distraction anymore. that of course will create another issue like who will back up ck because if alex were not here and ck were to get hurt, i have no confidence in the kid coming in.. but that is a topic for the off season i guess
Did you forget who our head coach is? If Kaep gets hurt, Tolzien will step up and play well.
IMO the Harbaugh QB guru angle has been over-exaggerated......
Yeah he's just the luckiest guy in the world when it comes to QBs. Josh Johnson just happened to become an All-American while he was coached, then Andrew Luck just happened to become the best QB prospect in over a decade under him, then Alex Smith went from chump to playoff-winning QB under him, then a no-name QB from a 2nd -tier school just happened to become a Super Bowl-caliber QB when he made a ballsy switch. Somebody find this guy's rabbit foot, it is off the chain. Why is he not using to cure cancer or something.
Josh Johnson who hasn't done anything since he entered the NFL. Who was cut by his former coach? Andrew Luck was a Blue Chip QB coming out of highschool. His dad is a former NFL QB. Harbaugh coached him for 3 years but he has been learning the QB position since he was a kid. Alex was a good QB coming out of college but was poorly mishandled on a bad team with worse coaches. Kaepernick would've been a top 10 pick had he gone to a bigger school. Harbaugh saw the talent in all those QBs and he put them all in the position to win.