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I'm still not quite getting all the hype about Kaepernick

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he's a good quarterback who unfortunately had a terrible game against a quality defense in an extremely tough stadium

 

i think it's time to sit him on the bench and see what mccoy has though.  there's no way he could be worse.

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Well, one: Those in the Sports World don't seem to have an ax to grind with Colin they way they clearly do with Cam. Two: The 49ers have a real QB history. The Panthers don't and that could be because the Panthers are still a fairly young team. This team was franchised when, in the early 90's? That is still quite young. Three: Your most successful QB is a QB that only folks in Panther land seem to worship. Everyone in and out of the NFL world know who Steve Young and Joe Montana are. Those QB brought excitement to the Bay area the way Colin seems to be doing but Alex Smith may not have, so I guess that is why he's being compared to them. Who is Cam being compared to besides other black QBs who the media slowly but surely pushed out of the NFL with endless ridicules, taunting, and undermining? And, unlike the San-Fran crowd who seem to be embracing Colin, many of you have made it more than clear for various sad reasons, that Cam means nothing more to you than an end to your team's needs.

 

What I find quite funny about some of you is, how arrogant you are when it comes to the Panthers vs. other teams. Having confidence in your team is one thing but that is not what I see with some of you. Then reality kicks in and the endless hair pulling begins.

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he's a good quarterback who unfortunately had a terrible game against a quality defense in an extremely tough stadium

 

i think it's time to sit him on the bench and see what mccoy has though.  there's no way he could be worse.

 

Damn, three Ints and it's time to sit Colin on the bench? And here I thought that shallow impatience was only reserved for those players on the Panthers team. Eli is almost up to ten Ints in his last two games. What would like to do with him?

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Damn, three Ints and it's time to sit Colin on the bench? And here I thought that shallow impatience was only reserved for those players on the Panthers team. Eli is almost up to ten Ints in his last two games. What would like to do with him?

 

someone didn't get it

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kaep is a great qb. people on this board should stop diminishing his talent in comparison to Cam because harbaugh is bringing the absolute best out of him.

 

Which is what every coach is suppose to be doing with young QBs. I'll be honest, I looked at the Bills new QB and said, Damn that could have been/should have been Cam.

 

This team is destroying Cam. Colin, Russel, and even RG III are all given a chance to success with their team, while Cam is being made the sacrificial lamb on this Panthers team. How sad...

 

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someone didn't get it

 

I knew you were being sarcastic. :) i just had to add to the crazy talk.

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Colin vs Seattle is a great example of why I think people need to chill with the comparisons. 

Granted it was one bad game, but if my memory serves me right, Cam absolutely torched defenses the first 10 games he ever played. Yes, he didn't take the Panthers to the playoffs, but he still put up prolific record breaking numbers. 

 

I think with all the contemporary passing/running QB's in our league now (Cam, Colin, RG3, Wilson, Luck (somewhat)), it seems once teams have enough film to game plan against you, they can find a way to neutralize one facet of your game and make you one dimensional.

 

Out of all the QB's referenced, only Luck will have a long term successful career in the NFL. Even though I'm a Panthers fan, I don't see Cam making it far in the NFL as far as winning playoff games and superbowls. Just being a realist.  

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Bwhahaha Colin or Cam. Are you serious I will take Cam any day. Collin Kap hahaha serious as Joe or Steve hahaha woo that is a good one

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Colin vs Seattle is a great example of why I think people need to chill with the comparisons. 

Granted it was one bad game, but if my memory serves me right, Cam absolutely torched defenses the first 10 games he ever played. Yes, he didn't take the Panthers to the playoffs, but he still put up prolific record breaking numbers. 

 

I think with all the contemporary passing/running QB's in our league now (Cam, Colin, RG3, Wilson, Luck (somewhat)), it seems once teams have enough film to game plan against you, they can find a way to neutralize one facet of your game and make you one dimensional.

 

Out of all the QB's referenced, only Luck will have a long term successful career in the NFL. Even though I'm a Panthers fan, I don't see Cam making it far in the NFL as far as winning playoff games and superbowls. Just being a realist.  

well, I guess if you guys will let Cam play his game and stop micro managing him he would have a chance.

 

 Not one person can seriously say why they believe Luck will be better than any of the other players outside of the obvious that  seem to be a bad thing to talk about.

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well, I guess if you guys will let Cam play his game and stop micro managing him he would have a chance.

 

 Not one person can seriously say why they believe Luck will be better than any of the other players outside of the obvious that  seem to be a bad thing to talk about.

 

Kaep stunk up the joint for the 2nd straight week. It's crazy how opinions can drastically change from one week to the next, but lets just wait and see how things unfold as the season progresses.

I definitely liked what I saw from Cam this week.Cam has shown he can put up some incredible single game performances, but what I want to see next is consistency over a multiple game stretch. 

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niners are falling apart and I fuggen love it!!!!

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niners are falling apart and I fuggen love it!!!!

 

Same here, although I fear they might turn it around.  I am not a big fan of Harbaugh. 

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