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Smith, Tolzien thread. Yet again

Last time we will ever see the kid in a 9er uniform....an era has finally closed.
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Said that they will attempt...but give him say. and if all the teams hold out and force SF to give Alex the signing bonus, then they'll release him. I still think he'll be traded to the team of his choice.

Can't see all qb-hungry teams acting in unison. They have so few options this year. If the team are forced to release him, it's open season. One of them will want to make sure they pick up the best available qb this year.

Quite possibly.
Originally posted by jreff22:
Last time we will ever see the kid in a 9er uniform....an era has finally closed.

Kinda hard to enjoy this considering today's loss...but I guess it does make me feel a little better. Thanks for the pick-me-up, buddy!
Member Milestone: This is post number 1,200 for rk1642.
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Last time we will ever see the kid in a 9er uniform....an era has finally closed.

Kinda hard to enjoy this considering today's loss...but I guess it does make me feel a little better. Thanks for the pick-me-up, buddy!


Yes, by all means feel better for yourself for being right in the qb situation right? You were proved correct? You feel good that the guy you want is staying but lost our only Superbowl? Strange but okay.
Originally posted by rk1642:
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Last time we will ever see the kid in a 9er uniform....an era has finally closed.

Kinda hard to enjoy this considering today's loss...but I guess it does make me feel a little better. Thanks for the pick-me-up, buddy!


Yes, by all means feel better for yourself for being right in the qb situation right? You were proved correct? You feel good that the guy you want is staying but lost our only Superbowl? Strange but okay.

No, I'm happy that the quarterback that was able to make it past the conference championship game is staying and the one that was holding the offense back from taking the next step is moving on.
Originally posted by jagkid007:
I never trusted Alex Smith to make good throws in clutch situations and I always questioned his confidence. I don't worry about that with Kaepernick though. When we were down 17-0 against the falcons, he kept his cool and lead the 9ers to victory and I honestly don't think that Alex could have gotten out of that situation.

Perhaps the bad plays of early years gave you the non-confidence, but Smith has done well the last two years. The throws in the games against the Eagles, Lions, Saints were very clutch.
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by rk1642:
Originally posted by GhostofJimmyDean:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Last time we will ever see the kid in a 9er uniform....an era has finally closed.

Kinda hard to enjoy this considering today's loss...but I guess it does make me feel a little better. Thanks for the pick-me-up, buddy!


Yes, by all means feel better for yourself for being right in the qb situation right? You were proved correct? You feel good that the guy you want is staying but lost our only Superbowl? Strange but okay.

No, I'm happy that the quarterback that was able to make it past the conference championship game is staying and the one that was holding the offense back from taking the next step is moving on.
Your guy cost us the Superbowl buddy. Accept it. He choked hard that first half. Karma. Accept responsibility. It's what adults do.
The name alex smith needs to become a dirty word in the zone. The quicker this guy is shipped out the better.he's a cancer in the zone and more importantly on this team!
Originally posted by truekingcarlos:
Your guy cost us the Superbowl buddy. Accept it. He choked hard that first half. Karma. Accept responsibility. It's what adults do.

I guess you'll be posting in the NFL Talk forum next year. Happy Trails!
I wish Alex the best. As stated yesterday, a win without.a major contribution by Alex would seem a bit incomplete. He held this team together through the lockout, coordinating practices, flying guys out on his dime, having dudes stay over at his house. The guy was here through the bad days. Too bad he didn't get a chance to get a ring before going to a dog team.
Not gonna say that Kap played a perfect game, no he definitely made mistakes and is as much to blame for the loss as the rest of the team. But you make it sound like he was the only factor, which was definitely not the case here.

I do wish Alex the best of luck wherever he ends up (please god not the Jets), it'll be weird seeing him wear a different uniform, that's for sure.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
I wish Alex the best. As stated yesterday, a win without.a major contribution by Alex would seem a bit incomplete. He held this team together through the lockout, coordinating practices, flying guys out on his dime, having dudes stay over at his house. The guy was here through the bad days. Too bad he didn't get a chance to get a ring before going to a dog team.

He had his chance last year.
Originally posted by InHarbsWeTrust:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
I wish Alex the best. As stated yesterday, a win without.a major contribution by Alex would seem a bit incomplete. He held this team together through the lockout, coordinating practices, flying guys out on his dime, having dudes stay over at his house. The guy was here through the bad days. Too bad he didn't get a chance to get a ring before going to a dog team.

He had his chance last year.

and Kyle Williams blew it...twice.
Anyone see at the very end right before they cut to the trophy presentation I think Ed Redd came up to Alex and said something like "Hey man what ever team you go to next year...." then it cut to commercial break. Wonder what was said.
Originally posted by InHarbsWeTrust:
He had his chance last year.

Kap was given the keys to a Lamborghini doe.