Small hands and game manager.
That's all I think of when Alex Smith comes to mind.
I don't exactly think those two traits are compliments. The small hands stuff comes from Tony Kornheiser, who used to say that and it added to his fumbling problem early in his career. The poor guy fumbled 15 times during the first three years of his career, 9 of them coming his rookie year. To say someone has small hands is pretty funny. I don't think you want anyone saying that to you. I mean, if big feet means big dick, what the hell does small hands mean? Um, nevermind.
Then you get to the game manager comment. It is a compliment wrapped into an insult. If you are a game manager, it pretty much means not to win or lose the game. Make some throws, but above all, don't mess up. Without looking at the stats, that's how I feel about Smith the last two years. A classic game manager who had tons of talent around him and let those guys win the game for him. It is pretty mu...