I'm not too worried about Kap getting hurt. He is far less likely to get hurt than many other QBs for the following reasons:
- He is big, strong, and is just as much of an athlete as anybody else on the field. You typically worry more about the Tom Brady's and Aaron Roger types that spend more time in the film room than the weight room. Kap is a QB in the body of a TE.
- He plays behind one of the best OLs in the league. We are seriously stacked up front. Our OL has also been playing together in the same offense for a while now. They communicate and pickup blitzes well.
- He has very good pocket awareness. I was very impressed last season by his ability to feel pressure as it's coming and avoid it.