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    Did you really just compare Brett Favres situation to Smith? Favre had been a rookie backup for one season. Smith is going into his 9th year. If you look at the stats Alex Smith IS Matt Cassel. (with a few less TD and a few more INTs and a slightly worse career QB rating) Guru is absolutely correct. Same old crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    . I have no problem with drafting a QB to develop as well and I think that Smith would be a good QB to learn from. .
    This is something that all the people who are so upset about Smith possibly being brought in ignore. Just because we bring him in doesn't mean we still can't draft a QB. Maybe that Rookie guy wouldn't be ready. Not every Rookie QB is Luck or RGIII they are not the normal rookies. There is no rookie in this draft at there level. Not close to there level. Any QB drafted might have to sit a year or two to be ready. Smith has won in the NFL. He has won in the playoffs. He can fill the plug just in case a rookie is not ready. It would be stupid to just assume that a rookie is going to be ready day 1. You have to give yourselfs options.

    And lets be honest we can also build more around that rookie so he has a better chance to win when he would start playing. WE ARE NOT A QB AWAY. I watched this team all year. Both offense and defense were not giving this team much a chance to win. The D had some really good games but they didn't have a good season overall. Go watch the Tampa game. Those same high throws that our "horrible QBs" were throwing were being thrown against our D there guys went up made a catch and took it to the house ALL DAY. And that was not the only game stuff like that happened. Bringing in a vet could allow us to develop a QB while building a better team around him when he would become the starter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada View Post
    Did you really just compare Brett Favres situation to Smith? Favre had been a rookie backup for one season. Smith is going into his 9th year. If you look at the stats Alex Smith IS Matt Cassel. (with a few less TD and a few more INTs and a slightly worse career QB rating) Guru is absolutely correct. Same old crap.
    I'm going to keep beating the drum that they are NOT the same QB. There are two MAJOR differences between the two of them.

    1. Alex Smith has WON in the playoffs. Matt Cassel has not.

    2. Matt Cassel had a good year in 2010 Smith good year in 2011 While the year after 2010 Cassel took a MAJOR step Backwards Smith kept playing well up until he got hurt and lost his job.

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    he did get knocked out with a concussion. hope this doesn't jump up and bite us on the A
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada View Post
    Did you really just compare Brett Favres situation to Smith? Favre had been a rookie backup for one season. Smith is going into his 9th year. If you look at the stats Alex Smith IS Matt Cassel. (with a few less TD and a few more INTs and a slightly worse career QB rating) Guru is absolutely correct. Same old crap.
    I absolutely agree. Combine that with the fact that the niners o-line has '3' 1st rounders (Staley, A. Davis, M.lupati) Add in V. Davis (TE)and it's 4 1st rounders. I believe Palko could play behind that line. Okay that's stretching it a bit, but not much.


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    what's the deal with the thumbs up? I tried to give one and it turned red-thumbs down?


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    A 2nd round pick for Alex smith is not smart. With the new rookie salary scale, it's not so bad to take a shot at a QB in the draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkChief49 View Post
    what's the deal with the thumbs up? I tried to give one and it turned red-thumbs down?
    If you click it, it takes away the thumbs up, so you can only give one thumbs up on each comment and i don't think the thumbs can go into negative number

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    Quote Originally Posted by doobs_05 View Post
    If you click it, it takes away the thumbs up, so you can only give one thumbs up on each comment and i don't think the thumbs can go into negative number

    That is the case.


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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    I'm going to keep beating the drum that they are NOT the same QB. There are two MAJOR differences between the two of them.

    1. Alex Smith has WON in the playoffs. Matt Cassel has not.

    2. Matt Cassel had a good year in 2010 Smith good year in 2011 While the year after 2010 Cassel took a MAJOR step Backwards Smith kept playing well up until he got hurt and lost his job.

    Alex Smith is a noodle armed qb who played well on an extremely stacked team. Sound familiar? His play reminds me of Cassel.

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