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Kaepernick is classless...

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I don't think blaming your own team classless.

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Nope...45 net passing yards from that little bitch

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Kaep is going to prove to be overrated.  Last year he came and had it easy, with a dominating defense and no one having tape on him.  Dual threat quarterbacks have a huge advantage is no one has scouted them, and no one had since up until a few weeks into the season, they were expecting Alex Smith.   As even San Francisco's paper noted this week, Kaep looks at maybe 1 to 2 reads then tries to run, he fails to go through his progressions. Without a dominating lineup of WRs and Vernon Davis, he's below average.

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Lol when you can't even get your own fanbase to back you on this kind of stuff you're doing it wrong.

 

 

and by it i mean life/career/profession

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When TD knocked the ever living sh!t out of your RB and he fumbled that looked like tough defense to me. What better defenses has he faced? My ass.

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Kaeperwho???

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Saw this as well. First words out of me mouth were "Pretty hard to execute when you are laying on your tail all game."

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Before this game, I didn't understand all the hate for Kap. I didn't think ill of him at all, just that he was a bit overrated.

 

 

Fug that now. The guy is a douche. Yet the media will give him a pass.

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