Found January 19, 2012 on
SANTA CLARA Hopped up by the energy and euphoria of his game-winning touchdown pass Saturday, Alex Smith couldn't resist tossing a dig or two toward the New Orleans Saints defenders who had been chirping at him throughout the game.
Jeff Chiu Associated Press
Alex Smith admits to some trash talking Sunday during the 49ers' victory over New Orleans, but Wednesday he was back to his well-behaved ways: "I really feel like winning games as a quarterback this time of year speaks for itself."
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Transcript of the 49ers quarterback Alex Smith's Wednesday press conference.
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