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Old 11-13-2011, 11:36 PM   #44
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Default Re: Alex Smith

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Originally Posted by leopoldstotch
alex smith reminds me a lot of jim harbaugh's numbers in 1995

200/314
2575 yards
17 touchdowns
5 ints
100.7 rating

52 rushes / 235 yards / 2 touchdowns

they don't have big numbers, but they win games.

I hate how the qb position is defined nowadays by putting up big yards and touchdowns the qb have. People need to realize qbs like elway and aikman never put up earth shattering numbers(passing yards) but they won a great deal of their games and lead their offenses.

I'm not calling smith a great qb but he plays the qb position in the WCO perfectly.

Also harbough really liked smith from the start while others wanted him gone o replaced by kapernick
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