Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
it was 100% Kaepernick's fault on that pitch play. Horrd throw that gave them an easy TD
It was also a terrible playcall. When you call that play there is always the risk of that happening. That play has a higher probobilty for a turnover than normal. Out of all the plays that could have been called, why call a play that might put your players in that situation? I want Roman to answer this.
He apparently sucks at returning kicks now (not sure what happened since he was good last year).
He is soft and will do anything to avoid getting hit. See his refusal to dive for the toss from Kaepernick. This isnt the only example of his softness. There were numerous times last year where he would give up on plays in order to avoid contact. During the game in Detroit last year, I remember him running out of bounds before reaching the first down marker because he saw a defender running at him. It was a big mistake at the time which fortunately didnt cost us the game.
The niners could free up some valuable cap space by cutting him.
Wooow...he was the best last year,after Kyles fumbles...the forum was asking for his return....now the forum..ask for his head...(some fans) this tell you how serious is this place....
Kap gave them the td. Then on the last drive rigtht before we kicked the field goal if kap stays inbounds rams would have been forced. To use ther last time out and that game would have not went into over time. I feel like kap gave them 10 points and costed us the game.
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