This is a lot of words that really don't say anything.
Kaep and Cam are similar, except that Cam is bigger, stronger, faster, and has higher upside.
You do this in your posts a ton and I'm still hoping you learn better sometime, see here:
So stating facts is considered "Sulking and Crying" ?
Harbs is saved Alex Smith, he groomed Kaep, the San Fran OLine's BACKUPS are likely better than half of our OLine, Kaep has better playcalling, better Defense and one could argue better WRs/TE.
Please start doing some research before spewing out opinions based on your feels.
Bc imo my "feels" are correct. If you guys will just quit being homers and blinding yourself with all these records Cam broke instead of facing the fact that Cam cant win under pressures then yall see the truths. Go ask another fan base other than here, and see what they think of Cam and what he lacks as a QB. Cam have not win a big time game here in a Carolina uniform other than beating a 5th round rookie QB and the Houston Texans without their DC (Phillips) in 2011.
If Cam's upside is higher, how come he hasnt reach that point yet after two years? Kaep was a much rawer QB than Cam coming out and he played under a full time read-option system at Nevada compared to Cam at Auburn. Let's quit assuming that Cam has the higher upside. Kaep does and he has shown that at this point in time, he is a greater passer than Cam.
My prediction is, if Cam doesn't manage to throw for at least "24 TD" passes this season, we're all going to be watching the Playoffs without the Carolina Panthers again. Cam ran for 22 totals TDs his first two seasons and he managed to win us 13 games. Assuming that we do go with less of the read-option throughout this season, I would assume it'd be pretty tough for Cam to come close to what he had last season (8 rushing tds). If that passing td category doesnt increase drastically for Cam, we wont have nothing to cheer for after week 17.