The Oakland Raiders have two young quarterbacks to choose from, so which one will emerge in 2014 as the potential QB of the future for the Silver and Black?
With the Oakland Raiders season spiraling into dark depths, the Kansas City Chiefs come to town looking to move up in the AFC playoff standings.
While his stats don’t jump out at you, and with the 49er passing offense ranked 31st of 32 teams one would not think that Colin Kaepernick is having a great season. However, a look inside the numbers show that Colin Kaepernick is not only having a good season, but the past few weeks has played better than any other player at the position, ever.
The Kansas City Chiefs, the NFL’s only unbeaten team, would seem to have an easy game at home Sunday facing the 3-4 Cleveland Browns.
And the passing with Alex Smith is good enough. I mean it’s not a great passing game, but it’s good enough to get some first downs, keep the ball moving, you know, do all those things. So it’s put together differently from a West Coast-coached team, but there is a model for that. Remember the Baltimore Ravens and, like I said, the Chicago Bears.”
The Oakland Raiders lose their winning momentum against the Kansas City Chiefs at the loudest stadium, the Arrowhead Stadium.
The Oakland Raiders have a tough match this Sunday against their undefeated AFC West rivals, the Kansas City Chiefs, at the Arrowhead Stadium.
Alex Smith is on pace to throw for 3,828 yards and 28 touchdowns; both would be career highs. And in what must feel especially gratifying, he’s thrown for more yards and TDs with fewer interceptions than Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback who took his job in SF.
Alex Smith has flourished since getting traded from San Francisco, joining Joe Montana and Mike Livingston as the only Chiefs quarterbacks to win their first four starts. Smith threw his first two picks of the season against New York, but also threw three touchdown passes.
Coming off an embarrassing loss to the Seattle Seahawks Sunday night, the San Francisco 49ers face the Indianapolis Colts at Candlestick Sunday afternoon. “You don’t have a lot of time to pout,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.