Category Archives: Quarterback talk
If you listen to coach Mike Singletary and offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye speak about Alex Smith, you never hear any mention about a need for the quarterback to improve his physical skills. But there are other issues on which … Continue reading
Niners offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye speaks with the media every Thursday. Today, he let it be known exactly where he stands as it pertains to the question about the 49ers’ quarterback of the future. Raye has been very impressed … Continue reading
With six games remaining in the 49ers’ season, there are a lot of significant issues that face the team. Playoffs? OK, the 49ers have a 4-6 record. It’s silly to even talk about the playoffs of this point. … Continue reading
The two quarterbacks are forever linked. After 4 ½ seasons in the NFL, the past three weeks are the only times they have both been starters for their respective teams at the same time. On Sunday, the 49ers face … Continue reading
Tight end Delanie Walker has just four catches for 68 yards on the season, but he’s not complaining. “As long as Vernon (Davis) is ballin’, I’m happy,” Walker said during our podcast.
Coach Mike Singletary is scheduled for his usual Monday press conference around noon today, and I expect him to announce Alex Smith as the team’s starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Colts.
Coach Mike Singletary placed most of the blame on the 49ers’ offensive line when asked about the struggles in the passing game the day after the team’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons. But today during his opening remarks to the media, Singletary … Continue reading
Davis would be fourth option Rookie quarterback Nate Davis might be in serious competition for the 49ers’ No. 3 job with veteran Damon Huard, but there is little doubt Davis he would be Mike Singletary’s fourth option to enter … Continue reading
Martz: Alex Smith needs to move on Two former NFL head coaches with 49ers ties addressed the team’s quarterback situation in a national conference call this morning.