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5 fumbles and a pick

Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
I'm mostly ok with the game Kap had tonight. Yea, the fumbled snaps were pretty bad, but this was the first game where it didn't feel like he was regressing as a player. I don't think he had an amazing game, but he was able to be effective against a Belichick defense and had 2 really good td throws.

Colin played a good game, but it's too easy to overlook those fumbles because we won. They stalled drives and could have ended up bad for us. We caught a lot of lucky breaks tonight.
Originally posted by Amir:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
I'm mostly ok with the game Kap had tonight. Yea, the fumbled snaps were pretty bad, but this was the first game where it didn't feel like he was regressing as a player. I don't think he had an amazing game, but he was able to be effective against a Belichick defense and had 2 really good td throws.


lulz you see what me and sus have been talking bout meng?


Lol yeah I was skeptical of Kaep early on but I'm not gonna continue to live on and defend something that Smith will never be
lol, I don't know what you guys expect. Are we supposed to anoint him as the GOAT with just over 200 yards passing, 5 fumbles, and an int? Despite what you guys continually shove down our throats, he isn't perfect. He hasn't played a perfect game. He had a good game tonight, not a great one.
[ Edited by TinyHandsBigHeart on Dec 16, 2012 at 10:55 PM ]
Originally posted by mkmasn:
Colin played a good game, but it's too easy to overlook those fumbles because we won. They stalled drives and could have ended up bad for us. We caught a lot of lucky breaks tonight.

What does the 107.7 QB Rating tell us?
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
What does the 107.7 QB Rating tell us?

That it's not an all encompassing stat?
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
Originally posted by mkmasn:
Colin played a good game, but it's too easy to overlook those fumbles because we won. They stalled drives and could have ended up bad for us. We caught a lot of lucky breaks tonight.

What does the 107.7 QB Rating tell us?

That Colin played a good game and caught a lot of lucky breaks... it's not difficult to understand.
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
What does the 107.7 QB Rating tell us?

That it's not an all encompassing stat?

and his 104 qb rating last week was garbage also
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
What does the 107.7 QB Rating tell us?

That it's not an all encompassing stat?

and his 104 qb rating last week was garbage also


also his rating against the Bears doesn't count either
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Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
lol, I don't know what you guys expect. Are we supposed to anoint him as the GOAT with just over 200 yards passing, 5 fumbles, and an int? Despite what you guys continually shove down our throats, he isn't perfect. He hasn't played a perfect game. He had a good game tonight, not a great one.

WTF...
Originally posted by mkmasn:
That Colin played a good game and caught a lot of lucky breaks... it's not difficult to understand.

I didn't see many lucky breaks. Certainly no more for the Niners than the Pats.
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
Originally posted by mkmasn:
That Colin played a good game and caught a lot of lucky breaks... it's not difficult to understand.

I didn't see many lucky breaks. Certainly no more for the Niners than the Pats.

recovering 3 fumbles and having 1 run in for a TD is a big break
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
Originally posted by mkmasn:
Colin played a good game, but it's too easy to overlook those fumbles because we won. They stalled drives and could have ended up bad for us. We caught a lot of lucky breaks tonight.

What does the 107.7 QB Rating tell us?

It tells us that we held the ball longer than the Patriots even though they ran 92 fricken plays! It tells me it was wet and freezing, on the road and Kap threw 4tds! It tells me we won and we are in the playoffs and it tells me Alex won't start again barring injury!
f the pats
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
Originally posted by mkmasn:
That Colin played a good game and caught a lot of lucky breaks... it's not difficult to understand.

I didn't see many lucky breaks. Certainly no more for the Niners than the Pats.

I saw 5. If you didn't see them, you obviously weren't watching the game.

4 fumbles and an INT that slipped through the defender's hands in the end zone.

Keep pretending like it doesn't matter though... these things tend to bite you in the ass in high pressure situations, like the playoffs, if they aren't fixed.

You keep throwing up a statline to someone who agrees Colin played a good game. Why? Do you have anything else to add, or are you just going to keep pasting 107.7 up?
that td throw to crabtree was f**kin sick, on a motha f**kin dime

the first one**
[ Edited by DonnieDarko on Dec 16, 2012 at 11:05 PM ]