Alex Smith will Tank the Texans Game!

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  1. Daonly

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    Like it was Noooooooooooooooo Tomorrow! You thought the Kris Brown kick was bad, wait till you See Smith drop back in a three step and sling the ball back to their endzone Like a Hot Potato and tell our Boys to Go Get IT!!! Like their are a bunch of Stanky Mutts! But with that I see a game with 7th round pick Fitzpatrick against 1st round overall pick Smith. I only hope The 49ers Defense will get a pick and take it back all the way, That's the only way they can score! Alex want his boy with him so bad (Bush), He's likely to chuck 8 picks to finish strong this year and maybe get a Gatorade Bath on the sidelines for all his Tanking efforts! :brickwall
     
  2. NinerPheen

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    Smith is playin like ******, he doesnt have to tank the games. I think he'll get his first TD pass against STL and maybe a couple against you guys but we'll get whipped in both and thankfully so. WE'RE GETTIN REGGIE!!!!! :drool:
    But hey, we owe it all to the texans and I consider you guys part owners of each Super Bowl Reggie brings us.
     
  3. Marcus

    Marcus Ruthless pragmatist

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    Let's all hope Reggie blows out his knee during the Rose Bowl.

    Really. I'm beginning to hate him just because of the moronic fans.
     
  4. edo783

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    I am with you on being tired of the over the top Bush BS going on. Really don't want the kid hurt though. Rather have him come in an fall on his face output wise. Doubt it happens, but it would be interesting to see who and how fast folks back away from backing him. Each year someone is the next coming of * insert name* and will win games just because they are on the field. See Shaun Taylor and DJ Williams past posts. They were supposed to change the face of football. Seem to be decent players and may even wind up being special, but they haven't been all that dominate or game changing. Bush will likely be the same.
     
  5. tulexan

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    I really don't think that you should be hoping that a football player blows his knee out just because you don't want to hear about drafting him anymore.
     
  6. TexansCanes

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    i'm sure he hopes you get hit by a car

    i don't think you have to worry about smith throwing the game, unless he falls down getting off the team bus the niners will lose.
     
  7. wenskek

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    in my opinion reggie is a good football player, but i would rather see us draft aj hawk, as for the niners they can probably still draft reggie and be the worst team in the nfl for the third year in a row.
     
  8. SheTexan

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    AMEN to that!! It takes more than ONE player to make a team. SF has more needs on both sides of the ball, than the Texans. Drafting R. Bush will NOT take them to the playoffs any time soon. A lot can happen on any given Sunday. Besides, the KING of all RBs, according to so many of you guys, just might suck in the NFL!
     


  9. Carr Bombed

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    I really wouldn't use "Sean" Taylor for an example anymore. He's turning into a very good saftey as of late.
     
  10. Kaiser Toro

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    He is. After 1.5 years in you are beginning to see what the hype is all about. Patience is needed with talent. I would define patience in NFL terms as 2-3 years.
     
  11. Marcus

    Marcus Ruthless pragmatist

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    Oh yes I would! Sure, he could end up a very good player, but he sure as hell won't turn out to to be the 2nd coming of Christ like all of you were saying . . especially not worth trading up for. Then, last year is was "Derrick Johnson is GOD himself".

    Now its Reggie Bush's turn to walk on water, solve global warming, find the cure to AIDs, bring permanent peace to the Middle East, and maybe even wipe your nose the next time get a fricken cold.

    No, I don't really wish harm to Reggie Bush, but Good God man you myopic draft day fanatics disgust me sometimes.
     
  12. gg no re

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    1 Bush is enough.
     
  13. run-david-run

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    I LOVE IT!!!!
     
  14. tulexan

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    Houston already has more than one Bush.

    George H.W. Bush
    Barbara Bush
    Neil Bush
    Lauren Bush

    One more wouldn't hurt
     
  15. gg no re

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    That's what 50% of the population said in 2000. [/rimshot]

    Seriously, 49ers should be an easy game to win, given that they're reduced to Cardinals level now.
     
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    Well said Marcus. That was the point of my post. These guys were supposed to bring world peace and while they are good players, the overall impact ISN"T all that much. It is a team effort and with out depth and quality throughout the team particularly at the line positions, you are relagated to the bottom.
     
  17. alphajoker

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    The "moronic fans" are those that make statements like these.
     

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