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Colin Kaepernick and the 'bug-eye', 'diamond', 'full house pistol

this formation was a heavy part of the offense against the pats. seemed like gore got 5 yards out of the set every time.
Originally posted by PatrickWillisHOF:
Originally posted by mkmasn:
Originally posted by PatrickWillisHOF:
Colin Kaepernick threw 4 touchdown passes in his 5th career game. Alex Smith has NEVER thrown 4 touchdown passes in his 8 year career.......

and? nobody is really talking about Smith...

but 4 TDs, with 4 fumbles and an INT. at least put it into perspective.

That touchdown pass down the seem to Crabtree was AMAZING!!!!!!

Colin made some good throws, I will agree with you.

But had the ball bounced the other way, even just once, it would have all been overshadowed by his mistakes. We won't always get those bounces. These issues need to be fixed.

He's going to be a good QB, but he still needs work, that's all I'm saying.
Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by mkmasn:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Mike Sando, ESPN.com ‏@espn_nfcwest

Looks like Colin Kaepernick has enough plays to figure in season-to-date Total QBR rankings. He is 2nd to Peyton Manning.

I guess fumbles aren't as costly as sacks. lol.

He didn't lose any of those fumbles.

Yea, but a fumble that's recovered for a loss of yards is the equivalent of a sack, and should be scored as such in the QBR. Never really agreed with the QBR system. I swear these analytical geniuses can be so stupid sometimes.
none of the TD's came from this formation