QB Alex Smith Sharp for 49ers Vs. Bears

QB Alex Smith Sharp for 49ers Vs. Bears

There are 10 comments on the The Associated Press story from Aug 11, 2006, titled QB Alex Smith Sharp for 49ers Vs. Bears . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

Alex Smith looked sharp, good news for the San Francisco 49ers. Brian Griese looked just as good for the Chicago Bears _ and that might be bad news for Rex Grossman.

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dave

United States

#1 Aug 12, 2006
Go with Giese. Stop with the lackluster kid that has not shown crap all of his NFL career.
ksiverly

United States

#2 Aug 12, 2006
you are right! we need someone who can play!
Eric

Lafayette, OH

#3 Aug 15, 2006
Give him a chance with the first string center and our starting running backs back there if he doesn't pan out then pull him, I think he will do much better Friday night!
Darryl

Plano, TX

#4 Aug 15, 2006
Eric wrote:
Give him a chance with the first string center and our starting running backs back there if he doesn't pan out then pull him, I think he will do much better Friday night!
I say stay with Grossman until he proves that he can't move the ball after the third preseason game. Assuming Griese still perfoms at that time, then insert Griese as the starter for the 4th preseason game to deliver a message to Grossman and the entire team...past starter or not everyone must perform or you will pack and go away!
bearsfan

Chatham, IL

#5 Aug 15, 2006
I think grossman proved himself in the playoff game last year...his numbers may not show it but they're were many many dropped balls by the recievers and he basically single handedly kept us in that game. Rex will be fine this year as long as moose can hold on to the balls thrown to him.
vikes06

AOL

#6 Aug 15, 2006
bears are lucky to have griese. Rex is a bum. With griese starting it's possible that the bears won't end the season dead last in total offense, it's possible. but with grossman, if he doesn't get injured, it's inevitable that they finish dead last in total offense and miss the wild card.
fencik

United States

#7 Nov 23, 2006
vikes06 wrote:
bears are lucky to have griese. Rex is a bum. With griese starting it's possible that the bears won't end the season dead last in total offense, it's possible. but with grossman, if he doesn't get injured, it's inevitable that they finish dead last in total offense and miss the wild card.
Hehehehe, archived posts are so much fun!
Da Bears

Bolingbrook, IL

#8 Nov 23, 2006
YEP! You guys are all right! Get Rex outta there!

He's only lead us to a 9-1 record, held us atop the NFC Conference and NFC North since the first weeks of the season, lead us to the top scoring offense in the NFL, and given our offense passing life.

You guys are all bullshit bandwagon fans. I've waited 20 years for a guy like Rex to come along and all you bitches sit there last year complaining about how we have no offense blah blah blah. Well NOW we do! We average 20 pts a game now and you fuckers still aren't happy. You just need to shut the hell up and let Rex do his job.
VIKINGS CHAMPIONSHIPS -0

Schenectady, NY

#9 Nov 24, 2006
Da Bears wrote:
YEP! You guys are all right! Get Rex outta there!
He's only lead us to a 9-1 record, held us atop the NFC Conference and NFC North since the first weeks of the season, lead us to the top scoring offense in the NFL, and given our offense passing life.
You guys are all bullshit bandwagon fans. I've waited 20 years for a guy like Rex to come along and all you bitches sit there last year complaining about how we have no offense blah blah blah. Well NOW we do! We average 20 pts a game now and you fuckers still aren't happy. You just need to shut the hell up and let Rex do his job.
Couldn't agree with you more!!!!
fencik

United States

#10 Nov 28, 2006
vikes06 wrote:
bears are lucky to have griese. Rex is a bum. With griese starting it's possible that the bears won't end the season dead last in total offense, it's possible. but with grossman, if he doesn't get injured, it's inevitable that they finish dead last in total offense and miss the wild card.
And wrong again!

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