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 Posted: Fri Dec 24th, 2010 11:31 pm
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HBF wrote: A few observations about tonights game:

Jimmy Clausen is awful, even for a rookie QB on a horrible team. He cannot make simple reads to get a first down on 3rd and 3 when the D-backs are playing 7 yards OFF the receiver. QB's in college can do that. They'd best take a QB next draft.

 According to that dingbat CC Milani , "Clausen  was the best QB available  and should/will be the first pick in the draft".

whatever happen to him? Love his foolish comments.



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Benlen wrote: HBF wrote: A few observations about tonights game:

Jimmy Clausen is awful, even for a rookie QB on a horrible team. He cannot make simple reads to get a first down on 3rd and 3 when the D-backs are playing 7 yards OFF the receiver. QB's in college can do that. They'd best take a QB next draft.

 According to that dingbat CC Milani , "Clausen  was the best QB available  and should/will be the first pick in the draft".

whatever happen to him? Love his foolish comments.

He's back on WC.



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Benlen wrote: HBF wrote: A few observations about tonights game:

Jimmy Clausen is awful, even for a rookie QB on a horrible team. He cannot make simple reads to get a first down on 3rd and 3 when the D-backs are playing 7 yards OFF the receiver. QB's in college can do that. They'd best take a QB next draft.

 According to that dingbat CC Milani , "Clausen  was the best QB available  and should/will be the first pick in the draft".

whatever happen to him? Love his foolish comments.

Yeah sure, don't worry a yr from now the same comments will be said about Luck, predicting qb's is the hardest thing to do because every qb has the same tools as one another it is the intangible's that make a qb succeed at the highest level

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I think the NFL is going to wait until this weekends games are over (Minnesota's last national TV appearance) and then with that out of the way they'll discipline Favre over the "sexting" thing

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From Yahoo Sports,

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP)—The San Francisco 49ers are going back to Troy Smith as their starting quarterback while leaving open the possibility they might switch to Alex Smith at any time.

Coach Mike Singletary said Thursday that Troy Smith will start Sunday’s pivotal NFC West game against the St. Louis Rams in place of Alex Smith, who started San Francisco’s last two games.

The coach also said he wouldn’t hesitate to change quarterbacks during the game if the situation calls for it.

“We could possibly use them both,” Singletary said. “The game will dictate it. Even though Troy is going to be the starter, we’re making sure that the game plan is such that we can possibly use both their strengths in this game.”

The 49ers have now changed quarterbacks after each of their last two defeats in an attempt to salvage a losing season. At 5-9, San Francisco still has an opportunity to capture the NFC West title and end a seven-year playoff drought by winning its final two games against St. Louis and Arizona.

Troy Smith, who didn’t join the 49ers until Sept. 6, has remained focused throughout the week on his second chance as San Francisco’s starter. Troy Smith went 3-2 in his five games as a starter earlier this season after taking over for Alex Smith in late October. Troy Smith had a career-high 356 yards passing to lead the 49ers to a 23-20 overtime victory against St. Louis on Nov. 14.

“This is huge for me,” Troy Smith said. “For any player to be able to play in a game of this magnitude, be a part of something special, it’s going to be pretty big for all of us. The knick-knacks and the other little things that are going on around us, we’re definitely channeling that out and worrying about winning this game.”

The 49ers went back to Alex Smith two weeks ago after Troy Smith completed just 10 of 25 passes during a 34-16 loss at Green Bay. Alex Smith had statistically the best game of his career the next week during a 40-21 victory over Seattle, but he and the San Francisco offense could muster only 192 total yards during last week’s 34-7 loss at San Diego.

Alex Smith began this season 1-6 as San Francisco’s starter before separating his left shoulder during a Week 7 loss at Carolina. Selected by the 49ers with the No. 1 overall pick of the 2005 NFL draft, Alex Smith is 18-31 as the team’s starter.

The 49ers have become accustomed this season to change within their offensive unit.

“We’ve been through everything you can go through as an offense really,” wide receiver Michael Crabtree said. “It’s difficult, but you just have to take what they give you and keep going. I’m just trying to stay positive about the whole situation and be ready to play this game Sunday.”



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 Posted: Sun Dec 26th, 2010 02:57 am
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How bout dem Cowboys?



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 Posted: Sun Dec 26th, 2010 06:57 am
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Benlen wrote: HBF wrote: A few observations about tonights game:

Jimmy Clausen is awful, even for a rookie QB on a horrible team. He cannot make simple reads to get a first down on 3rd and 3 when the D-backs are playing 7 yards OFF the receiver. QB's in college can do that. They'd best take a QB next draft.

 According to that dingbat CC Milani , "Clausen  was the best QB available  and should/will be the first pick in the draft".

whatever happen to him? Love his foolish comments.


Pretty sure he stomped out of here in a huff when he was unmasked as a BAD TARDER.



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 Posted: Sun Dec 26th, 2010 06:59 am
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sek69 wrote: Benlen wrote: HBF wrote: A few observations about tonights game:

Jimmy Clausen is awful, even for a rookie QB on a horrible team. He cannot make simple reads to get a first down on 3rd and 3 when the D-backs are playing 7 yards OFF the receiver. QB's in college can do that. They'd best take a QB next draft.

 According to that dingbat CC Milani , "Clausen  was the best QB available  and should/will be the first pick in the draft".

whatever happen to him? Love his foolish comments.


Pretty sure he stomped out of here in a huff when he was unmasked as a BAD TARDER.

Yep. When he was outed as JRM, he left.



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Cutler's sugar imbalance coming into play in the form of a pick six

14-10 Jets

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Chiefs stomping all over the Titans 31-7 at the half.

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I believe that win will slam the door shut on the Raiders (and KC plays them next week)

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Rams up 22-14. Singletary just did a QB switch bringing in the infamous Alex Smith.

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Rams win 25-17 and we're finally out of ways for the 49ers to be mathematically alive

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beejmi wrote:
Rams win 25-17 and we're finally out of ways for the 49ers to be mathematically alive


Assuming Seattle loses today, if they beat the Rams next week then you'll have the first 7-9 team in the playoffs.

Last edited on Sun Dec 26th, 2010 08:19 pm by Principal_Raditch

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Packers up 7-0

Giants fans on suicide watch

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