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Old 09-21-2018, 01:55 PM  
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Alex Smith wonders if he should take more chances

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Alex Smith wonders if he should take more chances

Posted by Darin Gantt on September 20, 2018, 6:06 AM EDT

Alex Smith has been very successful in the NFL by not taking too many chances.

At the same time, he knows he may need to take a few more to help spark the Washington passing game.

The Colts dared Smith to go downfield last week and he didn’t, throwing 46 passes and gaining just 292 yards (6.3 yards per attempt), and he knows that against the Packers that may not be sufficient.

“Yeah, you do look back at that and are like, maybe this one play in the first half, should I have held it a tick longer and taken a shot?” Smith said, via Kareem Copeland of the Washington Post. “Or could I have looked this off and gone here?

“That’s kind of the game you play with the what-ifs in a situation like that. It’s hard, though, when you have limited opportunities. You expect to have more opportunities and we didn’t have them. Then . . . the second half kind of got one-dimensional.”

Of course, the Washington pass-catchers didn’t help, with drops and a Jordan Reed fumble, and running back Chris Thompson led them with 14 targets and 13 catches.

“Anytime something doesn’t work or you’re out of rhythm, out of sync, the next day you’re kicking yourself,” Smith said. “Could we have done things differently? Yeah, maybe. Could have executed a lot better, too. Combination of all those things put together.

“It’s a fine line. You fight that battle, right? Should we stay patient with this? We want to stay patient with this. Then the next day maybe you are saying, maybe I should have gone a different direction quicker.”

He at least has some new options this week, as they signed former first-round picks Michael Floyd and Breshad Perriman to round out the receiving corps. Whether that means more chances downfield remains to be seen.
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Old 09-21-2018, 04:57 PM   #31
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is Tiger still banned I miss that Whipping Post.

Him and baby lee had to be the biggest Alex smith Ballwashers ever.
Such a craven liar. Our particular conflict over Alex had nothing to do with football.

You were on here spouting your nonsense conspiracy theory that Alex was a shit person as a human, . . . because you could tell in Alex's eyes that he only does charitable works to look cool and for the attention.

More evidence of what I hypothesized elsewhere, that many who characterize me as some huge Alex-only fan have other beef with me completely unrelated, and lie about my position on him as a player as an emotional outlet.
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Old 09-21-2018, 05:06 PM   #32
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Old 09-21-2018, 05:12 PM   #34
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Old 09-21-2018, 07:03 PM   #35
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Old 09-21-2018, 09:35 PM   #37
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And before him Cassel and Thigpin and Croyle.

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Such a craven liar. Our particular conflict over Alex had nothing to do with football.

You were on here spouting your nonsense conspiracy theory that Alex was a shit person as a human, . . . because you could tell in Alex's eyes that he only does charitable works to look cool and for the attention.

More evidence of what I hypothesized elsewhere, that many who characterize me as some huge Alex-only fan have other beef with me completely unrelated, and lie about my position on him as a player as an emotional outlet.
I characterize you as one the smartest and funniest posters on CP. FWIW
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Old 09-21-2018, 10:08 PM   #40
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is Tiger still banned I miss that Whipping Post.

Him and baby lee had to be the biggest Alex smith Ballwashers ever.
As I remember Baby Lee mostly got in fights with posters he thought were overly harsh on Alex. I didn't often agree, but that's a far cry from "biggest AS ballwasher ever".
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As I remember Baby Lee mostly got in fights with posters he thought were overly harsh on Alex. I didn't often agree, but that's a far cry from "biggest AS ballwasher ever".
That's what happens here. You can see it just today in talking about the defense and Sutton.

Anything less than "Sutton sucks, fire Sutton" is defending him. You can't be neutral and objective anymore. You gotta pick a side and then be rude about it.
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Old 09-21-2018, 10:16 PM   #42
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If you were a Skins fan and were generally thinking Smith would be a push or a modest improvement over Cousins, how would you feel looking at the Chiefs and seeing what the rookie is doing in the same offense?
If I were a skins fan, I wouldn't be upset about PM. Drafting a QB isn't anything more than a lottery ticket.

I would be upset watching Cousins light it up in Minnesota and knowing that Smith cost almost as much.
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Old 09-21-2018, 10:20 PM   #43
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If I were a skins fan, I wouldn't be upset about PM. Drafting a QB isn't anything more than a lottery ticket.

I would be upset watching Cousins light it up in Minnesota and knowing that Smith cost almost as much.
God what a nightmare. For all his failures, Alex was a huge upgrade for us and cost less. I would be suicidal if I were a Redskins fan. (Even more so than usual.)
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