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sowega dawg
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When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran

He may have locked up Coach of the Year.


BasClas
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Pretty bold move.


Powerman
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
They are a muffed punt away from being out of this game

Let's not annoint Kapernick as the next John Elway just yet


beaver
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
Kaep throws some of the ugliest passes I've ever seen


TH03
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
That's saying something coming from a Matt Ryan fan


beaver
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That's saying something coming from a Matt Ryan fan


you guys really are obsessed...this thread is not about Matt Ryan whatsoever...if you want, you can make a "Matt Ryan vs. Colin Kaepernick" thread


wildtigercat93
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
Kap has taken the "Annoying fact that they played another sport which must be mentioned after every good play of theirs" trophy from Jimmy Graham who took it from Gates.

His might even be worse because every pass he throws, Joe Buck feels the need to throw in an awful baseball reference


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sowega dawg
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Enjoy the game tomorrow brah.


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TH03
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It's just so fun


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TiGeRTeRRoR
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you guys really are obsessed...this thread is not about Matt Ryan whatsoever...if you want, you can make a "Matt Ryan vs. Colin Kaepernick" thread


So no more comparing QBs in a thread not marked specifically for QB comparison? We'd have very few threads left with any QBs name in the title.


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Aubie Spr96
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
Doesn't he have the highest completion percentage in the NFL for passes over 20yds? Some of his throws are a little flat, but other than that......


Mephistopheles
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They are a muffed punt away from being out of this game


?

You think the Niners would be out of the game if they had 7 fewer points?



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beaver
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
never said they don't get there, I said a lot of his passes look hideous...they wobble a frickton...plus he tends to overthrow deep balls


that being said, his TD pass earlier was an incredible throw


Mephistopheles
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never said they don't get there, I said a lot of his passes look hideous...they wobble a frickton...plus he tends to overthrow deep balls


that being said, his TD pass earlier was an incredible throw



Yeah he's not textbook at all and it costs him. The things Aikman is saying about the ball being flat, he does it all the time, his passes have no arc.


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Aubie Spr96
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plus he tends to overthrow deep balls



Dude. I just said he has the highest completion percentage of any QB in the NFL on passes greater than 20yds down field. Fox showed it earlier. He was at 65+% and Manning was the next closest at 45+%.


beaver
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
Dude. I said deep balls, not 20-30 yard passes


TGHub
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
What constitutes a deep ball?
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Mizzoufan26
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Wow you're dumb


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Tiger1242
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Dude. I said deep balls, not 20-30 yard passes

So was that perfect pass to Vernon Davis deep enough for you? Or do they need to travel 60 yards in the air?


Bunk Moreland
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re: When Harbaugh named Kaepernick the starter in San Fran
Tight spiral is overrated. Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck throw wobbly balls. In fact, only Rodgers and Brady seem to throw that tight spiral everyone talks about. I think if you have a gun and it wobbles a bit, you can still get it in there.

All of that said, one more baseball reference here will make me go postal. "He needed to throw that 85 miles per hour, not 93 miles per hour."
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