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Old 01-16-2012, 09:02 PM   #451
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Alex Smith is not a QB star.
He might not be one right now, but he sure is playing like one.
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Report: Chiefs employees live in environment of ‘secrecy, intimidation, and fear’ | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

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Old 01-16-2012, 09:06 PM   #453
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http://www.thewarpath.net/redskins-l...anization.html (Anxiety at Arrowhead: Inside the Chiefs Organization)

Smoot has a thread on this. You should read it. Interesting to say the least.
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Alex Smith is not a QB star.
If you look at his career, then you are absolutely right. However if you isolate this past year he is a legitimate Pro Bowl caliber QB. Weather or not he can sustain that type of success remains to be seen but right now he's legit.
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Old 01-16-2012, 09:18 PM   #455
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Miss America asks Aaron Rodgers to call her | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

Aaron Rodgers should be tapping that by next weekend. I would.
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He might not be one right now, but he sure is playing like one.
Very true and the right analysis.
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If you look at his career, then you are absolutely right. However if you isolate this past year he is a legitimate Pro Bowl caliber QB. Weather or not he can sustain that type of success remains to be seen but right now he's legit.
Kind of like Carlos Rogers. Ha!
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Miss America asks Aaron Rodgers to call her | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

Aaron Rodgers should be tapping that by next weekend. I would.
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Neither one, the skins could do what Cincy did. Could they not? Weren't you one who said Harbaugh was a college coach?
YOu said the Skins were going to be the NIners of 2012. That would mean that they kept their maligned QB and coached him up to become a Pro Bowl caliber QB that would lead them to the NFC Championship. I didn't say that; you did. So, I asked which of the two maligned Skins' QBs would be the one to "become the Alex Smith of 2012"?

If you change the subject to be the Bengals, then the best the Skins could do would be to make it as a wildcard and go one and done in the playoffs. But that is not what you implied in your original posting.

If I said that Harbaugh was a college coach - - and I do not recall ever entering a discussion here on that point - - I would be literally correct. He was a college coach in more than one venue. While I never expected him to beas successful as he has been in his first year on the job in SF, I doubt that I ever disparaged his coaching abilities for one simple reason:
I admire what he accomplished in his stops at San Diego State (?) and Stanford.
For the record, I am happy to see that you do not have either John Beck or Rex Grossman having a season in 2012 akin to the one Alex Smith had in 2011. Sure, it could happen; but the probability is vanishingly small.
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YOu said the Skins were going to be the NIners of 2012. That would mean that they kept their maligned QB and coached him up to become a Pro Bowl caliber QB that would lead them to the NFC Championship. I didn't say that; you did. So, I asked which of the two maligned Skins' QBs would be the one to "become the Alex Smith of 2012"?

If you change the subject to be the Bengals, then the best the Skins could do would be to make it as a wildcard and go one and done in the playoffs. But that is not what you implied in your original posting.

If I said that Harbaugh was a college coach - - and I do not recall ever entering a discussion here on that point - - I would be literally correct. He was a college coach in more than one venue. While I never expected him to beas successful as he has been in his first year on the job in SF, I doubt that I ever disparaged his coaching abilities for one simple reason:
I admire what he accomplished in his stops at San Diego State (?) and Stanford.
For the record, I am happy to see that you do not have either John Beck or Rex Grossman having a season in 2012 akin to the one Alex Smith had in 2011. Sure, it could happen; but the probability is vanishingly small.
Sorry if I misled you, I'm not an English major like you probably are . Everyone and their mother knows that Beck and Grossman will not do what Smith, it has to be a different QB.
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It's all just a part of the maturation process. Every talented young player gets arrested at some point early in their careers. That's why there's nothing to see here folks, move along.
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Sorry if I misled you, I'm not an English major like you probably are . Everyone and their mother knows that Beck and Grossman will not do what Smith, it has to be a different QB.
Actually my undergrad and graduate degrees are in chemistry - - not English.
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Actually my undergrad and graduate degrees are in chemistry - - not English.
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