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Panther fans on Kaepernick

Cam hasn't even pouted this season.
And damn almost all quarterbacks pout when losing.






etc.
Its easy to not pout when times are good, pantherz are 12-4 no need to. We all saw how childish he acted when times r tough. The niners will give him something to pout about sunday
No matter who you argue for, the difference is negligible, so is it even worth discussing? Whoever wins gets bragging rights for a year.

It doesn't matter who has the better stats, who won last time, I don't even care about those weekly threads analyzing game film anymore, because you're not going to get considerably better and none of that stuff matters now.

Just win by any means necessary. That's what it comes down to.
Originally posted by Skip2:
Cam hasn't even pouted this season.
And damn almost all quarterbacks pout when losing.






etc.

Cam does put on the fake "stone cold" look on his face when things are going well, as if he's not impressed with himself because it's expected and he's a badass... Then as soon as something goes wrong out comes the frustrated crybaby face. That's the thing I hate most about him.
the funniest part is Grant Cohn has become a cult hero on their board now

Originally posted by BrianGO:
Kap and Cam are perfect microcosms of our respective teams.

Kap has a little bit better arm then Cam.
Kap is a little bit faster.
Kap is a little bit smarter.
Kap has a little bit more big game experience.

Our linebackers are a little bit better.
Our O-line is a little bit better.
Our DB's are a little bit better.
Our WR's are better.
Our TE's are better.

We are mirror images, be we are a little bit better.

I re-watched the Carolina game last night and took notes. To me the game was much like last weeks Green Bay game. We should have been up 21-0 if not for bad redzone offense. You can pick your own reason whether it be play calling or actual play. My conclusion jives with your statement. Our team IS just a little better in many aspects. We had many good runs before Iupati and Davis went out. They had one nice one right before the half which resulted in a TD. The play before the run, Bowman should have picked the ball. Instead it was tipped and Olsen caught it for a 1st down. Simply a matter of back luck meets good luck. Otherwise it is 9-0 at the half or maybe more.

I have heard how good Carolina's run defense is, but Gore routinely gashed them for nice runs in that game, especially runs off tackle. AND, the read option was working. Kaep had nice run and Hardy was biting on fakes regularly. The pass game was stalled but Kaep made a bad throw and turned a TD into a pick. Otherwise most throws were short.

Defensively, Dan Skuta at the left tackle's (Gross) lunch. If Skuta can do what he did, Aldon will have a field day and Cam will be flushing to his right a lot. The defense played very well and the only issue was Cam make good throws on 3rd down to pick up firsts although he made a terrible throw which resulted in a Brock pick.

That was really all there was. I think a healthy Niners team can handle the same Carolina team fairly well. A healthy Niners team with the current offense will create more problems for Carolina's defense which will be the difference in this game. I'm thinking something like 24-13. It could be closer with a redzone misfire...again.
Originally posted by Stanley:
Originally posted by Skip2:
Cam hasn't even pouted this season.
And damn almost all quarterbacks pout when losing.






etc.

Cam does put on the fake "stone cold" look on his face when things are going well, as if he's not impressed with himself because it's expected and he's a badass... Then as soon as something goes wrong out comes the frustrated crybaby face. That's the thing I hate most about him.

When he doesn't hide under that stupid towel?
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Kap and Cam are perfect microcosms of our respective teams.

Kap has a lot better arm then Cam.
Kap is a lot faster.
Kap is a lot smarter.
Kap has a lot more big game experience.

Our linebackers are a lot better.
Our O-line is a little bit better.
Our DB's are a little bit better.
Our WR's are two times better.
Our TE's are way better.

We are mirror images, but we are a lot better.

Fixed that for you buddy. WOOOOOOOO!!

Yet we did not win when we faced them.....

Stop drooling over their win in the regular season. We're a way better team now than when we played them in week 10.

Is it also safe to say that the Panthers are a better team since week 10? Both teams are improved and will be a good game.
Go 9ers!!
Originally posted by CenCal9er:
Is it also safe to say that the Panthers are a better team since week 10? Both teams are improved and will be a good game.
Go 9ers!!

Steve Smith certainly isn't. I haven't watched Panther games this year, but I'm pretty sure he's a big part of their offense.
Kap is faster
Cam is stronger and harder to bring down

Arm strength is pretty much even. they can both launch the ball or throw with velocity.

Smarts is up in the air at this point. Kap does not progress through multiple reads, and also has trouble managing play clock etc. Cam also struggles going through progressions. Both QBs like to take off running.

Kap has more big game experience.
Lets be serious here, i want to punch Cam in his stupid face when he gets a first down and does that stupid ass first down pose... i hate it... it really just pisses me off... hahhaahha
NFL QB trainer Chip Smith, who worked with both Kaepernick and Newton before they were drafted compared the two. He has worked with top NFL draft prospects for over 20 years: "Colin is actually a little bit better athletically," said Smith. "He's a little faster -- I've clocked him as low as a 4.4 -- and there isn't a quarterback in this draft who throws the ball with the velocity that Colin does. Colin is a better athlete, and he understands the game better ... Of the 56 quarterbacks I've worked with, Colin is the most prepared for the NFL."

-- From Rotoworld
Originally posted by iLL49er:
the funniest part is Grant Cohn has become a cult hero on their board now


This is why I can't stand writers like Grant Cohn; because people who aren't familiar with them actually take their s**t seriously and think they are respectable sources
Originally posted by Niners99:
Cam has NO big game experience since entering the pros. His last game of this kind of magnitude was the BCS championship game over 3 years ago.

Kap is playing in his 5th career postseason game already.

One thing to note..The Panthers are 0-3 after a bye under Ron Rivera. Some teams dont do well with extra time.

A week off before a playoff game for a young team with no big game experience could be in our favor.

I think folks really need to cool it with this big game experience nonsense. Newton has played in plenty of big games this year...on the national stage, with playoff berths on the line, and as you said in the national championship game in College.
Sunday is not going to be any bigger than the Iron Bowl or the National Championship.
I feel once you have played in the number of types of games as both Newton and Kap has played in, this Sunday's game is not going to me viewed as too big for either.
I don't think "big game" experience is going to prevent Cam from playing well, and will make Kap play well. It is going to come down to who came better prepared.