Three Reasons Why Alex Smith Should Be The 49ers Starter

Is Smith Still The Answer In San Fran?

The mere look at this article’s title may make you cringe. You may be thinking, “No, not another year!” or “I’d rather be a Cleveland Browns fan!”. I understand your frustration. Year after year, the former first draft pick does a fantastic job at consistently underperforming and losing games. But with the current realities the Niners are facing, it may make sense to just keep him at starting quarterback for the short-term.

So let’s take a look at Three Reasons Why Alex Smith as Starting QB Make Sense for Next Season:

1. New Head Coach: In his first year at the helm, Jim Harbaugh will be faced with a number of challenges. Building player relationships, getting acclimated with team nuances, learning what it takes to be an NFL head coach, and so on. With all this in mind, it will be that more tough for him to bring in a new QB to learn the system or mentor a young one like Colin Kaepernick.

2. No QBs in the Market: This year’s QB market is not enticing enough for the Niners to take a chance on someone new. Carson Palmer’s name has been thrown around, but at this later point in his career, for him to come in and learn a new offense, how productive can he really be and for how long?

3. Train Colin Kaepernick

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One Response to “Three Reasons Why Alex Smith Should Be The 49ers Starter”

  1. adam mcgill says:

    The 49ers picked Adlon Smith in the first round! That makes Alex Smith the week one starter.

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