Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Lol, kap had 0 to do with us winning the game today. One meaningless score at the end is nice for his stats, but means nothing else. He has been a huge detriment to this offense the last few weeks.
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Kaepernick is playing exactly like Alex now. He hasn't done anything that Alex couldn't do today. In previous weeks, that couldn't be said. He was doing things Alex couldn't and wouldn't even attempt. Now, it seems they're turning him into an Alex Smith clone. What's the point? This safe, no-risk offense is a joke.
This is EXACTLY how I feel. I thought the point of having Kaepernick start was so that they could open up the offense a bit more, take some shots down the field to make the D honest. Now they're not even doing that. Those big plays were supposed to offset Kaep's inexperience.
The coaching staff is retarded. If they're going to keep this up then they might as well put Smith back in. He's better at being Alex Smith than Kaepernick is. At the very least we wouldn't have to listen to the constant crying coming from the Smith bandwagon.
or maybe it was never Alex, just how the plays were called
I'm convinced it was both. Kaepernick has proven he can make throws that scare defenses. No one was afraid of Smith going deep.
You need a link to believe that? Sure, why not. I'll dig up torrent links for every game he's ever played.
This is what Alex does to the Rams
Can you show me what Kaep does against the Rams?
No, but I can show you what he does against Chicago.
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