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it also depends on who the head coach. if tomsula and this staff are still around , then we should go defense, specifically:
Height: 6-2. Weight: 235.
Projected 40 Time: 4.65.
Projected Round (2016): 1-2.
11/21/15: Smith looks like a future three-down starter who is capable of stuffing the run and covering ground in pass coverage. He is quick, instinctive and consistent. The way that Notre Dame has been lining up Smith shows that he can play as an inside or outside linebacker in the NFL. He is giving evidence that he is deserving of being a first-rounder.
Smith made some big plays against Georgia Tech, notching two forced fumbles, two passes broken up and five tackles. He also had a big game against USC. In 2015, Smith has totaled 87 tackles, seven for a loss, one sack, four passes broken up and one forced fumble (he was robbed of one by the official scorer).
8/24/15: Smith was an impressive defender for Notre Dame in 2014. He was all over the field for the Fighting Irish with 112 tackles with nine tackles for a loss, one forced fumble, 3.5 sacks and two passes defended. Smith has speed and athleticism in the middle of the field.
Smith saw the field as a freshman and had 67 tackles with 6.5 tackles for a loss, one forced fumble, one interception and three passes broken up.
however, we bring a hue jackson or an adam gase, and you can go OL while the head coach institutes a modern offense to facilitate the growth of the QB. i think gabbert would improve greatly with a guy like hue jackson in his corner.
would give him time to focus on his career and body. give us a chance to figure out how we wanna clean our **** up
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A lot of people had some callous **** to say when gonzo was benched in favor of the real american. willie mcginest said gabbert didn't have the guts or the courage to play in this league. time to swallow the long end of **** stick.
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Tomsula sayin his team played scared or not wanting to make a mistake.
Brooks saying he couldnt get into the game iunno if he means mentally
Reid saying he had no idea who rawls was.
Granted no one knew who rawls was but like red said this staff had 2 ******h weeks to cross all their Ts n dot their i's and did none of that
wow, romonowski said he has inside info that gabbert was watching 5 times more film than kaepernick while kap was the starter. the teams can check the log on the tablets to see how often the player is logged in studying film.
that explains why this stupid *** ***** hasn't made any strides vs seattle DESPITE PLAYING THEM 7 TIMES IN 4 YEARS
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Gabbert has nothing to lose everything to gain. Needs that next contract.
Kaep was like that too. You can let the dumpster fire eat you alive or let it fuel the rocket up your *** and take it to the moon.
there's no excuses for kap. the guy is a bum. he's going down the same path as michael vick. thought he could get by on his physical attributes alone, but this is the nfl. you have to be refined in every aspect of the game, especially the cerebral facet if you're a quarterback.
kap's contract is going to be torn up and thrown in the trash because 49ers wont be able to get anything in return for a QB who can't play and doesn't study.
poised? did u ever watch him with the jags? he was absolutely terrible, just like that whole organization.
he came from a gimmick offense in college too which was a question mark how he'd run an nfl style offense.
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If you look at what Harbaugh has gotten out of his QBs all the way back to his time in SD, I have no doubt in my mind he has learned from Harbuagh. I remember when the Harbuagh regime brought in Blaine to be a back up everyone was . But I am sure Coach knew what he was doing. Left us a gem