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Bay Area Writer: Kaepernick One-Read QB, Cam Actually Reads Defenses

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"Jim coaches a simple passing game, while Mike coaches a complicated passing game." Not exactly hard-hitting stuff.

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My favorite part-

And Newton doesn’t need great receivers – he doesn’t have any. Kaepernick does. Kaepernick needs Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin and Vernon Davis, or else the other team can double-cover Kaepernick’s primary receiver, and then Kaepernick is out of options.

The same reason Alex Smith was able to take them to the NFCS.

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This is what a lot of people seem to miss...

also, I think this article called Kaep stupid without calling him stupid.

My favorite part as well. And have you heard his press conferences? Awful. I've never seen Cam interviewed at his locker either or with headphones around his neck.

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This is what a lot of people seem to miss...

 

 

also, I think this article called Kaep stupid without calling him stupid. 

 

Wonderlic Score 2011:

 

Cam Newton, Auburn - 21

 

Colin "King" Kaepernick, Nevada - 38  (Also he got accepted to Harvard, but declined)

 

 

 

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