From a pure accuracy standpoint, Kap has been better overall. His accuracy percentage was at 83% (1st in the league) compared to 81% from Smith (2nd in the league). What's also interesting is Smith attempted a great number of throws that traveled more than 20 yards. He was at 7.8% and Kap was was at 7.3%. I'm sure that changed after the Patriots game though.
Like it or not The Alex era is over in SF. I personally will be glad when he goes elsewhere just to end this debate. I always felt he was wronged and always will. People talk about trading him etc. I really think they will release him and let him choose his own destination, I personally think they owe him that much. That said, Kaep is the man and brings more upside, so far his upside has been more than his "rookie" type mistakes and should get even better.
I did this to show you that anyone can make stats either look better or worse depending on what info is included or left out.Quote:
Originally Posted by Lakers211221;24782967[B
with all these stats going around, you guys have too much time. Get back to work (or school)! lol :D
NO! Nutty, that isn't fun :(
kaep is the better QB for this team. period.
this will be a non issue when Alex is release next season.