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Kaepernick isn't giving the job back to Smith

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Liked Kaepernick when he came out of college.

It helps a lot that he wasn't thrown into the fire right away. I'm still a believer that rookie QBs should sit, watch and learn.

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He looked good, but it's easy to look good for one game or even a few games... Hell even a season. But very few QB's can be consistently good/dependable from game to game and season to season.

Don't fall into the ESPN media hype crowning this guy after 1 game.

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I've been pro Kaepernick from day one. He's still a work in progress, guys.

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He looked good, but it's easy to look good for one game or even a few games... Hell even a season. But very few QB's can be consistently good/dependable from game to game and season to season.

Don't fall into the ESPN media hype crowning this guy after 1 game.

No crowning here, but that wasn't 1 game that was his first ever start. Already he is much much better than Alice Smith. It very obvious if you watched that game.

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Yea only if we had Harbaugh to coached up Cam.

What Cam couldve been only if JR "knew who he was".

Harbaugh is the real deal to why Alex Smith a terrible QB played so well last year and why Kapernick is off to a great start tonight.

QB guru.

Rivera suck @ss!!!

things that make HC's look great: a mean Oline, an awesome TE, a great RB, good WR's

and..................................a badass Defense.

all operated by a servicable QB in a pretty simple system.

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things that make HC's look great: a mean Oline, an awesome TE, a great RB, good WR's

and..................................a badass Defense.

all operated by a servicable QB in a pretty simple system.

Without the TE, reminds me a lot of Foxy?

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Without the TE, reminds me a lot of Foxy?

your all over it.

was the point I was making.

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mmmmmmyes

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/11/21/report-harbaugh-to-start-colin-kaepernick-over-alex-smith/

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He looked good, but it's easy to look good for one game or even a few games... Hell even a season. But very few QB's can be consistently good/dependable from game to game and season to season.

Don't fall into the ESPN media hype crowning this guy after 1 game.

Oh I'm not. I am just saying he just took Alex Smith's job.

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Harbaugh is a QB czar with a stout defense and killer running game. That team will make the QB play well. They could probably go to the playoffs with Luke McNown

That said, Kaepernick has a lot of potential and definitely showed what he's made of. My AJ Green/Kaepernick mock draft would've been nice haha

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