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Cam or Kap? Kap is getting all the love.

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Everyone is picking Kap based on experience and weapons, ostensibly. Kurt Warner, Nate Burleson,  Willie McGinest and Heath Evans basically are saying Kap is a better QB right now based on from what I think is (loosely) bullshit. 

 

We're home dogs. Kap is better than Cam! I feel like I am in the Twilight Zone.  Yeah, I just have to be honest with myself and the Huddle: I'm a little butt-hurt about the situation. Even though we've had a wonderful season in my estimation, I just don't want it to end with Kaeperdick and Harbaugh victorious in our house. 

 

 

 

 

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I've read a lot that has stated the opposite. Cam is the better player and it really ain't all that close. Kaepernick benefits from having better players around him. Ain't no Byron Bell lining up in front of him.

You have to think one of Cam's main targets couldn't even get off the bench in San Fran

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Cam whipped his ass in the NFL Network poll FWIW.

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Listening to McGinest I wanted to kill myself

 

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Everyone is picking Kap based on experience and weapons, ostensibly. Kurt Warner, Nate Burleson,  Willie McGinest and Heath Evans basically are saying Kap is a better QB right now based on from what I think is (loosely) bullshit. 

 

We're home dogs. Kap is better than Cam! I feel like I am in the Twilight Zone.  Yeah, I just have to be honest with myself and the Huddle: I'm a little butt-hurt about the situation. Even though we've had a wonderful season in my estimation, I just don't want it to end with Kaeperdick and Harbaugh victorious in our house. 

 

Please be mindful that those guys work of NFLN, which just happens to be an offshoot of ESPN. Kurt Warner surprised me though. I thought he was a Christian and a man with some integrity, but I guess his paycheck and fitting in matters more. Plus,  it's a shame he needs to continue the charade of hating on Cam to feed his fragile ego.

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I hope these slimy fugs on the NFL Network keep feeding the Cam hate so when Sunday come they gonna be left holdin their dicks like the punk fugs that they are.

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I just spent ten minutes telling my computer screen to go f*ck itself. Bunch of f*cking morons.

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I cant help but imagine what cam's numbers would look like if he had boldin, crabtree, manningham, davis and the best Oline in the league. Not to mention being able to hand off to frank gore also

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Don't care as long as Cam gets the W.  Let them ride Kap's sack.  His one read and bolt bullshit would have him being called the worst starting QB in the NFL if he played for Carolina.  Put him behind a great OL with good offensive weapons and he looks good in SF.  Don't be fooled, he's the weak link on the 49ers.

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