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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:14 PM

RG3 honestly is probably not going to be in the league in 10 years. There is no way he can sustain a career where he is a running QB at his size. I think that honestly everyone that knows football would say it is Cam/Luck at 1a 1b. Kaepernick has played 10 freaking games. Nobody knows his strengths or his weaknesses. As soon as that is discovered he'll be limited with what he does.

Wilson IMO is closer to Cam and Luck than the other two b/c he isn't reliant on running. Those three are the three who can make a living as pocket passers. Especially if Cam shores up his accuracy on short/intermediate throws. TBD with Kap b/c of sample size.

I don't see what needs to be determined about Kaep. If he can make it in all those pressure games he can make it in any regular season game. I'm not talking about nothing to lose throw the ball all over the place clutchness Luck. I am talking about being 17 points down in an NFC championship against a juggernaut offense and coming back easily and beat them clutchness. Give Kaep some credits now. If you can do it in those type of games a 16 regular season is nothing.

You say Kaep plays only 10(+1) games, well the other rookiees only played 17. 6 more games? Really? The guy is in the superbowl.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:14 PM

Was he last or fifth?

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:18 PM

I don't see what needs to be determined about Kaep. If he can make it in all those pressure games he can make it in any regular season game. I'm not talking about nothing to lose throw the ball all over the place clutchness Luck. I am talking about being 17 points down in an NFC championship against a juggernaut offense and coming back easily and beat them clutchness. Give Kaep some credits now. If you can do it in those type of games a 16 regular season is nothing.

You say Kaep plays only 10(+1) games, well the other rookiees only played 17. 6 more games? Really? The guy is in the superbowl.


Nothing needs to be determined about Kaep. He's an obvious upgrade over the previous quarterback. However I still think the niners would be in the superbowl with alex smith. When you have a defense and line as good as they do, quarterbacking is much easier. Look at the consistent time he has in the pocket to make decisions.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:23 PM

I don't see what needs to be determined about Kaep. If he can make it in all those pressure games he can make it in any regular season game. I'm not talking about nothing to lose throw the ball all over the place clutchness Luck. I am talking about being 17 points down in an NFC championship against a juggernaut offense and coming back easily and beat them clutchness. Give Kaep some credits now. If you can do it in those type of games a 16 regular season is nothing.

You say Kaep plays only 10(+1) games, well the other rookiees only played 17. 6 more games? Really? The guy is in the superbowl.


I agree with what you're saying except for that part. That made me laugh in loud.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:26 PM

What's so sad about all those polls is that wherever Luck is included he is always at the top. I think if we exclude Luck from the list we could get a more fair analysis.

Luck is better served in those polls that include Sanchez, Weeden, Dalton, Clauson, Linart, Grossman, etc.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:26 PM

They are all studs and will be fun to watch for the next 10 years if they can stay healthy that long.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:32 PM

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:42 PM

I agree with what you're saying except for that part. That made me laugh in loud.

You don't think those 3 WRs/TE with those RBs aren't great? I think the only one holding them back is their QB. If they had Cam behind center they would blow out the 9ers. The difference in that game was Kaepernick. The Falcons have an elite line up.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:43 PM

Does the defense come with the QB selection?

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:44 PM

HAHA RG3 looks like a crack baby

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:45 PM

What's so sad about all those polls is that wherever Luck is included he is always at the top. I think if we exclude Luck from the list we could get a more fair analysis.

Luck is better served in those polls that include Sanchez, Weeden, Dalton, Clauson, Linart, Grossman, etc.


I wouldn't worry about that too much, especially coming from the fans during the playoffs.

I've heard plenty of NFL observers, analyst, scouts, former players, etc., say they would take Cam first over all of them.

WFNZ alone, ask this question frequently (especially Marc James, who's always trying to big up Luck and undermine Cam for no playoff wins), with Cam being the pick, from some very honest, outspoken and qualified guest.

And let's not forget, Greg Cosell's 'Film--'That Don't Lie', and his cogent observations!!

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:47 PM

Nothing needs to be determined about Kaep. He's an obvious upgrade over the previous quarterback. However I still think the niners would be in the superbowl with alex smith. When you have a defense and line as good as they do, quarterbacking is much easier. Look at the consistent time he has in the pocket to make decisions.

I think the read option got them to the superbowl. The RBs were running all over the place taking Parcell's advice. The DE was crashing on Kaep on every down leaving the RBs untouched. That wouldn't happen with Smith. And remember, Smith was in that game last year.