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I know you are sitting there thinking I am making this up just to have something to talk about, but as you see from picture above, USA TODAY SPORTS WEEKLY has already started throwing around the word “elite” and Alex Smith in the same sentence. Are you serious? Didn’t the so-called “experts” learn last year not to throw the word “elite” around? Wasn’t it bad enough these same imbecile writers, talk show hosts and football analyst made the same delusive remarks about Eli Manning? I guess they have not learned anything, so let me open the book of knowledge and educate all of those who thought this writer from USA TODAY SPORTS WEEKLY knew what he was talking about.
Now even though I just wrote a piece two days ago called The San Fransisco 49ers have the recipe for a PERFECT season, I never once made such a boisterous accusation about Alex Smith. As a matter of fact I went on record saying:
“Quarterback – (Alex Smith) a former number one overall pick from the University of Utah
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Through the ups and downs of a tumultuous seven seasons, Alex Smith is still in San Francisco after being the top overall draft pick by the team in 2005 and is now thriving as the starting quarterback for the 49ers.It's never been easy on Smith, despite the lofty draft status and that he has survived into his eighth season leading San Francisco is a testament...
Alex Smith and the San Francisco 49ers understand the value of taking a sack.
Smith was sacked more than any other NFL quarterback last season and is on a pace to be dropped even more times this year. But that hasn't stopped the San Francisco offense from thriving during the team's 2-0 start.
While Smith already has been sacked seven times, San Francisco's offense has...
Alex Smith Fantasy Football
Lets look at two quarterbacks, quarterback A and quarterback B, through the first two weeks of fantasy football. QB A posted 437 yards, four touchdowns, zero interceptions a 115.9 QB rating and 34 fantasy points. QB B posted 522 yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions, an 89.9 QB rating and 33 fantasy points. So who is who? Well quarterback A as you...
SOLIDARITY IN SAN FRAN
After the NFL threatened to fine 49ers QB Alex Smith for wearing a Giants cap, Giants skipper Bruce Bochy wore a 49ers hat in a gesture of support.
49ers’ Alex Smith Warned To Not Wear San Francisco Giants Hat -
San Francisco 49ers QB was threatened with a $15,000 fine from the NFL if he continues to wear a San Francisco Giants cap to postgame interviews as he did often last season. The league considers non-NFL items to be non-sponsored gear, and players can’t appear wearing those items 90 minutes before or after games....
Alex Smith may soon be the owner of a $15,000 hat.
If the San Francisco 49ers quarterback continues to show up to post-game press conferences donning a San Francisco Giants hat, he will be fined $15,000 by the NFL for violating a league policy on wearing non-sponsered gear 90 minutes before and after games, according to a report Wednesday from Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury...
A few things have become clear after two weeks of action. The Saints, Bengals, Titans and Redskins (added to the list after losing Brian Orakpo to IR) can't stop anybody and should be picked on by fantasy owners all year. The Chiefs defense appears to be in a similar boat, allowing a league-high 75 points (tied) through two games, but that could be a mirage as the Chiefs are...
I know you are sitting there thinking I am making this up just to have something to talk about, but as you see from picture above, USA TODAY SPORTS WEEKLY has already started throwing around the word “elite” and Alex Smith in the same sentence. Are you serious? Didn’t the so-called “experts” learn last year not to throw the word “elite” around? Wasn’t it bad...
Alex Smith is a staunch supporter of the San Francisco Giants. Since the middle of last season, the 49ers quarterback has sported the team's cap during postgame news conferences as a good luck charm. But the National Football League put the kibosh on Smith's superstition moving forward. Fortunately for the quarterback -- whose team is currently 2-0 -- Giants manager Bruce...
Bruce Bochy made his own statement in support of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith.
The Giants manager wore a red 49ers cap in the dugout before the series finale against the Colorado Rockies on Thursday, a day after Smith said he'd been fined $15,000 last season by the NFL for sporting a Giants hat after games - though the fine was later dropped.
49ERS vs. VIKINGS (Sun Sept 23 1 PM ET)
The 49ers are off to a 2-0 start and many are saying they have the best team in the league. Alex Smith is playing well with his new weapons and San Francisco ha the leagues 3rd best rushing offense.
On top of that they pass defense has been decent and their run defense is stellar just like last season.
The Vikings lost to the...
The locals are sticking together in San Francisco. San Francisco 49ers QB, Alex Smith, if facing a large fine if he does not stop wearing a SF Giants hat during his NFL press conferences. Smith, has been showing support for his favorite local baseball team, and was warned that a $15k fine was coming down [...]
San Francisco 49ers (2-0) at Minnesota Vikings (1-1)
The 49ers have been the best team in the league over the first two games. As a result, they’ve been atop almost every Power Ranking I’ve seen. It’s a very interesting dynamic. This is the prototypical “nobody believes in us” team. Before last year, they were seen as an also ran. The hadn’t had a winning season in almost...
San Francisco 49ers @ Minnesota Vikings San Francisco 49ers: Wow, never thought I’d say this before the season started, but it sure looks like the 49ers are the class of the NFC. They didn’t ever look very threatened by either the Packers or the Lions in Weeks 1 and 2, two teams that made the playoffs last year and were considered favorites to at least contend for playoff...
Following is a guest article from Turron Davenport of Press Coverage Sports
As the quarterback of the Colts, Jim Harbaugh led his team to come-from-behind wins over the Chiefs and Chargers in the 1995–96 NFL playoffs along with a near upset over the No. 2 AFC seed Steelers. This earned him the nickname “Captain Comeback.” In my opinion, Harbaugh’s most brilliant comeback...