"I'd put Jason Campbell in the bottom 25% of QBs and Kaepernick in the bottom 10%"http://forums.prospero.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?tsn=3&nav=messages&webtag=ml-giants&tid=147967
General - Campbell vs Kaepernick (625 views) From: CrosstownTraffic Nov-19 8:16 amTo: ALL (3 of 24) 147967.3 in reply to 147967.1
"I'd put Jason Campbell in the bottom 25% of QBs and Kaepernick in the bottom 10%"
Brilliant.. Just Brilliant..P- If I were you, I wouldn't even "bet a dollar on that".Especially not 10,000 times.You will lose 10,000 times out of 10,000.
OOPS.. too late!
"that was posted before the Bears game when no one thought much of Kaepernick"
Really? No one thought much of him? LOL! Just read the posts before and after that ridiculous one you made and you'll see plenty of people who thought a lot of him. Including myself.
CT, you're right that Kaep is the start of what QBing will be like in the NFL future. That's why Harbaugh traded up to get him early in the second round the prior year. Being a QB he knew what the 49ers needed, and that was a great QB, he already had a good QB with Alex but needed a take charge player and that was Colin. Then picking up Tolzien later in the draft insured himself that he had a backup in the same mold as his #1 QB now.
I can't believe that AJ Jenkins is as bad a receiver as he has been this year, the only 1st rounder as bad as Jenkins has been is over 30 years ago with Druckenmiller taken #1 in that years draft, if I recall correctly. Only outdone by the Raiders with JaMarcus Russell a few years back.
I think that with a full summer camp with Vernon Davis as his #1 TE he'll use him more. This year he was used to throwing to Delanie Walker because being second string Colin just got used to his passes mainly to Walker. Only time will tell if this rings true.
"I can't believe that AJ Jenkins is as bad a receiver as he has been this year"
He's only played in 3 games, and has been targeted only 1 or 2 times in those games. I don't think there is enough to go on when it comes to how good or bad he may be. Next year will be far more telling.
RNO, calm down a bit guy. The guy was making a post, that's all.
I've been a Kaep fan all along with Harbaugh moving up in the second round last year to get him. I have tried to reason with people some have been absolutely intolerant of Kaep taking over for Alex and their ranting of "Yes he's great ___ but just wait until the next game" posts, I think that the Bears game, the New Orleans game, the New England game, and now the Green Bay game should be proof that he's what we want as our future QB.
I already posted in a thread somewhere else on the board about the game in Seattle which I'm sure the nay-sayers will present, so I won't waste everyones time in rewriting it again and again, as they have done to us throughout this past season, not mentioning anyones name.
"RNO, calm down a bit guy."
I'm as calm as can be. Why would you think I need to calm down? Do you think you can read emotions in text like LetsGo claims he can? lol.
What did I post that seemed excited or worked up?
"The guy was making a post, that's all."
That's all I did as well. Not sure why you see a difference there.
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