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Kaepernick or RG3?

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  1. saugeye killah No need rope hold up pants.

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    Naaa.

    We just need Chad Kelly to get healthy. I'm telling you, when he shows up he's going to quickly open some eyes. Siemian is a quality NFL backup. Lynch is a bust.
     
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  2. Cint Risen

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    The former Niner coaches won't admit Kaepernick's actions divided the team.
     
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  3. El anciano Blue Belt

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    Because they didnt. Kaep is a leader. He certainly has a lot of the qualities Muhammad Ali and Martin Luther King possessed. He may not get another shot in the NFL because of the blatant racism of owners, but history books will remember him for far greater reasons
     
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  4. Cint Risen

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    Both of their skill set is suited for college. Once the teams figured them out it was easier for the defense to play against them @AGGAMEMNON66
     
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    Kaep has good size and a real NFL arm tho, so I don't necessarily agree with this. Kaep also looked good with Harbaugh's coaching. I'd agree more with RGIII being more suited to the college game than Kaep. At least the physical potential of their games.


    Kaep just didn't continue to grow after Harbaugh left, and even regressed a little just prior to Harbaughs departure. But he has all the physical traits you'd want in an NFL QB imo.
     
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  6. Cint Risen

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    Harbaugh made him into an NFL QB. At Nevada he was a one-dimensional QB who relied on his speed and arm strength. Kaep was lost when the cocksucker Jed York let Harbs get away. @AGGAMEMNON66
     
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  8. Cint Risen

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    Comparing Kaepernick to MLK and Ali is disgraceful. Kaep is cancerous to America and should move to a Muslim country.
     
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    Alex Smith was a terrible QB, and Harbaugh had to figure out how to win by asking Smith to do very little. Just a little dink and dunk here and there, never take any chances, just don't turn the ball over. And everyone started to say Alex Smith was playing well LOL. Then he gets hurt, and Kaep steps in and has success in the exact same way. Just don't turn the ball over, we won't ask you to win games for us, just don't lose them. Don't take risks. The only difference was Kaep was a better runner than Smith, but he was worse at passing.

    But make no mistake, Kaep was NEVER good at football. It's really insane how the guy just never gets any better. He's always been good at running, and he has the most powerful arm in football. BUT his decision making is terrible, he can't find the open guy, and worst of all he can't seem to throw the ball slower than 100mph.

    The guy's almost like a cartoon character, or like Happy Gilmore, how he could hit the ball hard but didn't have the touch to putt. I mean how hard is it to throw the ball gently? The guy's had like 5 years to learn how to do it and he's just as bad as ever.

    Kaep, the guy's only 10 yards away, maybe launching a full force bullet at him isn't the best idea.

    I guarantee you if Kaep was good at teh footballz he would have a job in the NFL.
     
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  10. Lex Bigelow Fighting Cosmopolitan Globalists

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    They might as well be kimchi.
     
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  11. Redhawks100 Gold Belt

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    Wow what a bat shit crazy post lol
     
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  12. Redhawks100 Gold Belt

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    What a snowflake
     
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  13. Madmick Stop Spoiling My TV Life (it's the one I like)

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    Liberals are just determined to keep getting this wrong:

     
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    I'd sign Blaine Gabbert.
     
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  15. El anciano Blue Belt

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    Funny. Same things were said about Ali and MLK. Your racism should at least be subtle
     
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  16. Cint Risen

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    Perfect explanation. @Fedorgasm

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  20. Redhawks100 Gold Belt

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    He's donated a good amount of money, my guy.
     
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