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Will Kaepernick become like Brian Brohm??

Will Kaepernick become like Brian Brohm??

  • cciowa
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Originally posted by oldman9er:
Time will tell... but we don't need for Alex to be at the level of an Aaron Rodgers at this time... maybe never. Just so long as project Alex can be a top 6-12 quarterback, we'll be playoff-bound time and again, me thinks.
your theory worked out well and we got to a game of the super bowl so i think I will continue to adhere to that! I know that is not popular among some people but remember the right thing to think is not always the popular thing
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by oldman9er:
Time will tell... but we don't need for Alex to be at the level of an Aaron Rodgers at this time... maybe never. Just so long as project Alex can be a top 6-12 quarterback, we'll be playoff-bound time and again, me thinks.
your theory worked out well and we got to a game of the super bowl so i think I will continue to adhere to that! I know that is not popular among some people but remember the right thing to think is not always the popular thing

Originally posted by fly15:
how do u know he was a project..?
I bet that if we had drafted Dalton with the same pick (I know he was not available) u would probably be saying the same thing about him, and we all know he's not.

Reasons Alex Smith was a "project":

--Played in a small conference (MWC)
--Played in a "gimmick" offense, may lack mechanics to run a pro system (Urban Meyer's spread option)... Alex Smith footwork 2005....
--Stats are inflated due to system.

Kapernick....

--Played in a small conference (WAC)
--Played in a gimmick offense (Nevada's pistol), mechanics.....
--Stats are inflated due to system (more so rushing in CK's case)

  • fly15
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Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by fly15:
how do u know he was a project..?
I bet that if we had drafted Dalton with the same pick (I know he was not available) u would probably be saying the same thing about him, and we all know he's not.

Reasons Alex Smith was a "project":

--Played in a small conference (MWC)
--Played in a "gimmick" offense, may lack mechanics to run a pro system (Urban Meyer's spread option)... Alex Smith footwork 2005....
--Stats are inflated due to system.

Kapernick....

--Played in a small conference (WAC)
--Played in a gimmick offense (Nevada's pistol), mechanics.....
--Stats are inflated due to system (more so rushing in CK's case)


Originally posted by fly15:
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by fly15:
how do u know he was a project..?
I bet that if we had drafted Dalton with the same pick (I know he was not available) u would probably be saying the same thing about him, and we all know he's not.

Reasons Alex Smith was a "project":

--Played in a small conference (MWC)
--Played in a "gimmick" offense, may lack mechanics to run a pro system (Urban Meyer's spread option)... Alex Smith footwork 2005....
--Stats are inflated due to system.

Kapernick....

--Played in a small conference (WAC)
--Played in a gimmick offense (Nevada's pistol), mechanics.....
--Stats are inflated due to system (more so rushing in CK's case)



It is called imparted knowledge for you. Soak it in or find someone around to help you understand it.
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by fly15:
how do u know he was a project..?
I bet that if we had drafted Dalton with the same pick (I know he was not available) u would probably be saying the same thing about him, and we all know he's not.

Reasons Alex Smith was a "project":

--Played in a small conference (MWC)
--Played in a "gimmick" offense, may lack mechanics to run a pro system (Urban Meyer's spread option)... Alex Smith footwork 2005....
--Stats are inflated due to system.

Kapernick....

--Played in a small conference (WAC)
--Played in a gimmick offense (Nevada's pistol), mechanics.....
--Stats are inflated due to system (more so rushing in CK's case)


sounds about right. lets just hope it doesn't take Kaep six years to come around( for whatever reason)
If kaep doesn't come around its more on him we havve great and stable coaching
The system will not change and we have talent overall
Not to mention sing and Nolan are not coaching
Originally posted by fly15:
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by fly15:
how do u know he was a project..?
I bet that if we had drafted Dalton with the same pick (I know he was not available) u would probably be saying the same thing about him, and we all know he's not.

Reasons Alex Smith was a "project":

--Played in a small conference (MWC)
--Played in a "gimmick" offense, may lack mechanics to run a pro system (Urban Meyer's spread option)... Alex Smith footwork 2005....
--Stats are inflated due to system.

Kapernick....

--Played in a small conference (WAC)
--Played in a gimmick offense (Nevada's pistol), mechanics.....
--Stats are inflated due to system (more so rushing in CK's case)



Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
If kaep doesn't come around its more on him we havve great and stable coaching
The system will not change and we have talent overall
Not to mention sing and Nolan are not coaching

you forgot to add Mike McCarthy and Norv Turner, they're horrible O.C
[ Edited by Bay2Bay9erAllday on Jun 18, 2012 at 11:59 AM ]
Originally posted by Bay2Bay9erAllday:
sounds about right. lets just hope it doesn't take Kaep six years to come around( for whatever reason)

if he legitimately beats out Alex. i'm all for it.

...but honestly, i never really was a fan of this pic.
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by Bay2Bay9erAllday:
sounds about right. lets just hope it doesn't take Kaep six years to come around( for whatever reason)

if he legitimately beats out Alex. i'm all for it.

...but honestly, i never really was a fan of this pic.

We just have to have faith in Harbaalke and trust that they know what they are doing.
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Originally posted by oldman9er:
Originally posted by fly15:
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by fly15:
how do u know he was a project..?
I bet that if we had drafted Dalton with the same pick (I know he was not available) u would probably be saying the same thing about him, and we all know he's not.

Reasons Alex Smith was a "project":

--Played in a small conference (MWC)
--Played in a "gimmick" offense, may lack mechanics to run a pro system (Urban Meyer's spread option)... Alex Smith footwork 2005....
--Stats are inflated due to system.

Kapernick....

--Played in a small conference (WAC)
--Played in a gimmick offense (Nevada's pistol), mechanics.....
--Stats are inflated due to system (more so rushing in CK's case)



It is called imparted knowledge for you. Soak it in or find someone around to help you understand it.

yes oldman, ur imparted wisdom always enclosed by ur knowledge when it comes to the wz.....
Originally posted by Bay2Bay9erAllday:
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
Originally posted by Bay2Bay9erAllday:
sounds about right. lets just hope it doesn't take Kaep six years to come around( for whatever reason)

if he legitimately beats out Alex. i'm all for it.

...but honestly, i never really was a fan of this pic.

We just have to have faith in Harbaalke and trust that they know what they are doing.

no doubt.
Originally posted by oldman9er:
It is called imparted knowledge for you. Soak it in or find someone around to help you understand it.

lol
all i saw in this thread was the fact that alex smith had such a phenomenal stat line hehe ^.^
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