Just tossing this out there: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Smith
(trying to see some light)
49ers franchise records
- Most game winning drives in a single season: 6 (2011)
- Most 4th quarter comeback wins in a single season: 6 (2011)
- Fewest interceptions in a single season: 5 in 2011 (16 starts) 
- Most consecutive pass attempts without an interception: 249 (previous record: 184, by Steve Young)
If it is our second round pick (34) this deal still sucks. I've read rumors that we might be trading 2nd round picks. I can get on board with that. This whole thing started out as rumor, it was squashed, then it became real again. So, here's to hoping the deal is a 2nd round swap. March 12th comes before April fools day so that's out. Other rumors are that Chokeland drove up the price.
Trying to see light again: I can believe Andy is a better judge, jury and executioner for QB's than Romeo.
We are the laughing stock of the NFL. I was over at the orange mane boards (Broncos fans) and everyone loves this trade.
Call me blind, in denial or simply out of touch but it's just impossible for me to buy into all the gloom and doom before there's even a single snap in the 2013 season. I get the frustration that's come to an head over the last few years, and maybe I'll feel differently buy mid season but I just cannot see things so negatively at this point in the game so to speak.
A new coach (again), a new GM (again), a new QB (again), new coordinators (again) - and we were THEEE WORSE team in the NFL last year. And we're trading away draft picks. There's a lot to be said about consistency in the NFL - and KC just doesn't have it.