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Colin Kaepernick Didn't Think He'd Beat Newton To Super Bowl, He Says At Media Day (USA Today)

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#21 carpantherfan84


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Posted 30 January 2013 - 08:11 PM

from the bottom of my heart, FUG KAEP. And every other QB that doesnt play for the panthers.

Now that I got that out of the way, I didnt like the comments if taken by them self or out of context. The truth is that the question he was asked was likely designed to give specifically that response. That being the case I think he could have said a lot worse, sooo w/e.

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 08:43 PM

umm actually hes mixed...but i get what you are saying man.

Until he gets locked up next week after the super bowl then he is fully black. Plus, not many pure black people left in America other than first generation Africans. oh...you mean the skin tone. My bad! Carry on!

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 08:58 PM

Kaep and Cam will probably be the best players(note I said player, not QB. The Jordanesque types) in the league in the coming years. The rivalry is just getting started.

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 09:08 PM

I didn't think it was disrespectful of Cam at all. Kaep and Cam are the closest type of player skill set wise. Big, fast, mobile, smart players, with rocket laser arms. The comparison should always be there and Panther fans should embrace it. They are both great players. One is in a fortunate situation, the other one is not. Like Cam, kaep had been branded arrogant but not to the extent as Cam, because he's on a winning team. They both have there TD celebrations. But what the media and some people are forgetting is that they are using those poses for merchandising for there charities. This is the new generation. Rodgers really started it recently with the discount double check, and this newer generation has followed it.

Colin does it for charity. Cam does it for kids/charity. The parallels between the two are immense. And i think they both respect and admire each others game. It woud be really cool to see them both get together to do a charity/ commercial together

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 09:50 PM

Happy for Kaep, and hope he and his team get the victory Sunday. I root for guys like Kaepernick. Cam will eventually get to the Superbowl, though.

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 11:03 PM

It just seems like a dumb comment, going from the worst team in the league to Super Bowl bound has never been done in two seasons.

How long have you been following the Panthers?

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 11:20 PM

I simply don't get why when it comes to Cam, the Panthers don't seem to matter. It's like the team dynamic don't seem to count for anything. Cam isn'f further along because he's playing on a team that is learning how to walk again.

Those in the media are desparately trying to make it appear as if Luck and Cam were in the same boat being drafted at number one. But truth be told, the Colts were a much better team than their 2011 season showed. The Panthers are a team like the Colts when Peyton was a rookie. They are seriously learning how to win and enjoy winning. I believe the Panthers will get to the SB with Cam. The question you folks need to ask yourselves is, are you willing to be patient and let your team remember what it's like to run and be competitive again, so to speak.

In all honesty, I love Colin. When I see him, it makes me realize how hypocritical the media are with Cam. That kid makes Cam look like he wears suits to practice. Colin is so laid-back and with the guy from the neighborhood attitude.

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 12:02 AM

You people are worse than the media sometimes sensationalizing the poo out of everything having to do with cam newton.

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 08:51 PM

Until he gets locked up next week after the super bowl then he is fully black. Plus, not many pure black people left in America other than first generation Africans. oh...you mean the skin tone. My bad! Carry on!

Exactly if he robbed a bank or committed any crime he would be listed as black in the police records. All black Americans are mixed......most black Americans are anywhere from 10 to 20 percent white genetically on avg. With the majority of those folks having a white male great great grand parent.

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 10:03 PM

If anything Kap should be applauded for proving a QB like Cam can get to a Super Bowl. Imagine if he wins it, he'd be the first black QB to win a Super Bowl since Doug Williams over 25 years ago. I'm happy for Colin and hope he plays well although I got Baltimore winning it.

Wait.... What Kaep. is black? The last time I looked. He look like he has some Indian in him or part mexican. But black he is not. He has a tan look to his skin. That is it.

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