Alex Smith did a lot of things that should make fans worry about some of the upcoming games.
In seven years in San Francisco, Smith averaged 9.5 rushing yards per game. He went for 25 against the Jags on Sunday.
In the next two weeks, the Jags will see two versatile, dual-threat quarterbacks.
The defense won't have to worry about wide receivers in Oakland like they will in Seattle. But the run defense-especially on the ends-needs to get better or it is going to be a rough west coast road trip.
Both quarterbacks know how to tire out the defensive ends and both running backs can wear down the tackles.
With Gratz out, the young, inexperience secondary that already lacks depth will have it's work cut for it over the next month or so with upcoming games against Seattle, Indianapolis, St. Louis, etc.
The horror movie we watched in the regular season opener might have just been the preview.