Originally Posted by Tribal Warfare
The offense worked on its no-huddle and 2-minute drill live with the No. 1 offense vs. No. 2 defense; No. 2 offense vs. the No. 1 defense; and the No. 3s vs. No. 3s. Quarterback Alex Smith drove the first unit downfield with a pass to running back Jamaal Charles, two to tight end Anthony Fasano and one to Kyle Williams, but misfired all four times in the scoring zone, including a fade to A.J. Jenkins and an overthrow for Fasano in the end zone. Third-team quarterback Tyler Bray had an efficient series, hitting former Missouri receiver Jerrell Jackson on an out and a slant; completing two passes to Frankie Hammond Jr.; and a checkdown to running back Cyrus Gray.
Alex Smith ended the day by hitting Jenkins, who was wide open behind the defense. An ankle injury to tackle Donald Stephenson had a ripple effect, and guard Jeff Allen, in addition to his duty with the starters, took some snaps at left tackle with the second unit. Rookie guard Zack Fulton spent time with the No. 1 unit at right guard, and at center with the second team.
And if those 4 passes were dropped the lines would read, "Bray looked sharp but failed to complete a single pass."
Not hating on Bray, just the news.