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Old 02-27-2013   #18
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Default Re: 49ers Trade Alex Smith

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Originally Posted by Scooter View Post
looks like a good signing for the chiefs to me. they've got an excess of talent and just need someone at quarterback to make good decisions. smith isnt going to light it up, but he's going to give their offense the consistency and production that's been lacking. i'm betting they make a major turnaround next season.
Hopefully Alex Smith understands there is a reason the Chiefs traded for him, and not focus on why the 49ers traded him. He needs to be that guy who manages the team, minimizes mistakes, & not take chances until he has to.

If he tries to be someone he's not, it's not going to work well for him. If he can utilize the talent they've got on offense, he can, & KC can, see some success.

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Originally Posted by HOU-TEX View Post
The 9ers now have 12 picks in this years draft. They're likely to get around 3 comp picks. Crazy!
Their F.O. has been doing a great job for a good while now.
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