Colin Kaepernick better than Tom Savage?

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Would he have been a better option than Savage and Watson?

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  2. No

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  1. Tha_Dude

    Tha_Dude Contributing Member

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    I just found a gif of the Texans front line.

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  2. RasaqBoi

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    And just like that. savage loses starting job.
     
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  3. ths balla

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    "In 2016, Kaepernick restructured the deal the 49ers gave him when they were convinced he was the franchise quarterback. He gave up $14.5 million in injury guarantees for the ability to opt out of his deal at the end of the year."
     
  4. ipaman

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    Just like that huh. The 4 years of college mediocrity and 4 years of nothing as a Texan don't factor in at all. Fact is he lost something he's never demonstrated he should have ever had.
     
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  5. Mathrocker

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    Putme in coach
     
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  6. vjohnson

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    Better that savage only because he can escape from the blitz with this bad line we have
     
  7. Xenon

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    If he would take the vet min then they should sign him. I'd rather see him running for his life back there than Savage or Watson.
     
  8. ferrari77

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    Lolz. I figured you'd still be sticking to that same tired line while we see backups like Savage, Kellen Moore,etc. on NFL rosters. But sure, Kaep is not an NFL quality QB and it's purely because of Football. Sure thing bud.

    Same tired stuff.



    http://presnapreads.com/2017/07/30/colin-kaepernick-is-better-than-joe-flacco/
     
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  9. CometsWin

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    Clearly. The bigger problem is that O'Brien is allegedly a QB whisperer but he is not only completely awful at evaluating his QBs, he can't coach them up either.
     
  10. body slam

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  11. el gnomo

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    LOL, ok, so now we're gonna put that awful team all on him and give the credit to everyone else for the Super Bowl appearance? I live in the Bay Area, breh, so the 49ers are local to me. I don't think Tom Brady could've squeezed out more than 3 wins out of that dumpster fire.
     
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  12. body slam

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    Since they changed the read/option rules he has never been the same.
     
  13. el gnomo

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    What would a chubby virgin snowflake know about football?

    List below is current NFL QB's (copy-paste from ESPN). Nobody can say that Kaep is not EASILY better than half the garbage on the list. And an argument can be made for 3/4 of the list.

    Allen, Brandon Los Angeles Rams
    Anderson, Derek Carolina Panthers
    Beathard, C.J. San Francisco 49ers
    Bortles, Blake Jacksonville Jaguars
    Bradford, Sam Minnesota Vikings
    Brady, Tom New England Patriots
    Bray, Tyler Kansas City Chiefs
    Brees, Drew New Orleans Saints
    Bridgewater, Teddy Minnesota Vikings
    Brissett, Jacoby Indianapolis Colts
    Carr, Derek Oakland Raiders
    Cassel, Matt Tennessee Titans
    Clemens, Kellen Los Angeles Chargers
    Cook, Connor Oakland Raiders
    Cousins, Kirk Washington Redskins
    Cutler, Jay Miami Dolphins
    Dalton, Andy Cincinnati Bengals
    Daniel, Chase New Orleans Saints
    Davis, Austin Seattle Seahawks
    Dobbs, Joshua Pittsburgh Steelers
    Driskel, Jeff Cincinnati Bengals
    Fitzpatrick, Ryan Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Flacco, Joe Baltimore Ravens
    Foles, Nick Philadelphia Eagles
    Gabbert, Blaine Arizona Cardinals
    Garoppolo, Jimmy New England Patriots
    Glennon, Mike Chicago Bears
    Goff, Jared Los Angeles Rams
    Griffin, Ryan Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Hackenberg, Christian New York Jets
    Henne, Chad Jacksonville Jaguars
    Hill, Taysom New Orleans Saints
    Hogan, Kevin Cleveland Browns
    Hoyer, Brian San Francisco 49ers
    Hundley, Brett Green Bay Packers
    Jones, Cardale Los Angeles Chargers
    Jones, Landry Pittsburgh Steelers
    Kaaya, Brad Carolina Panthers
    Keenum, Case Minnesota Vikings
    Kessler, Cody Cleveland Browns
    Kizer, DeShone Cleveland Browns
    Luck, Andrew Indianapolis Colts
    Lynch, Paxton Denver Broncos
    Mahomes II, Patrick Kansas City Chiefs
    Mallett, Ryan Baltimore Ravens
    Manning, Eli New York Giants
    Mannion, Sean Los Angeles Rams
    Manuel, EJ Oakland Raiders
    Mariota, Marcus Tennessee Titans
    McCarron, AJ Cincinnati Bengals
    McCown, Josh New York Jets
    McCoy, Colt Washington Redskins
    Moore, Kellen Dallas Cowboys
    Moore, Matt Miami Dolphins
    Newton, Cam Carolina Panthers
    Osweiler, Brock Denver Broncos
    Palmer, Carson Arizona Cardinals
    Peterman, Nathan Buffalo Bills
    Petty, Bryce New York Jets
    Prescott, Dak Dallas Cowboys
    Rivers, Philip Los Angeles Chargers
    Rodgers, Aaron Green Bay Packers
    Roethlisberger, Ben Pittsburgh Steelers
    Rudock, Jake Detroit Lions
    Rush, Cooper Dallas Cowboys
    Ryan, Matt Atlanta Falcons
    Sanchez, Mark Chicago Bears
    Savage, Tom Houston Texans
    Schaub, Matt Atlanta Falcons
    Siemian, Trevor Denver Broncos
    Smith, Alex Kansas City Chiefs
    Smith, Geno New York Giants
    Stafford, Matthew Detroit Lions
    Stanton, Drew Arizona Cardinals
    Tannehill, Ryan Miami Dolphins
    Tanney, Alex Tennessee Titans
    Taylor, Tyrod Buffalo Bills
    Tolzien, Scott Indianapolis Colts
    Trubisky, Mitchell Chicago Bears
    Watson, Deshaun Houston Texans
    Webb, Davis New York Giants
    Webb, Joe Buffalo Bills
    Wentz, Carson Philadelphia Eagles
    Wilson, Russell Seattle Seahawks
    Winston, Jameis Tampa Bay Buccaneers
     
  14. el gnomo

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    Take a look at the list above and tell me Kaep isn't EASILY better than AT LEAST half of those 'QBs'.
     
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    There's no team that would take Kap over Savage....so your own argument shows that you probably shouldn't be talking about football, like at all.
     
  17. Cstyle42

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    Well the reasoning behind the fact that no one would take Kap over Savage may be different but i agree with that fact.
     
  18. solid

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    It is not bad enough that we are Texan's fans, but we have to keep hearing about Krapernick. Is there no mercy?
     
  19. Bobbythegreat

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    From simply a football standpoint, no team would take Kap over Savage. One can accurately throw a football, and the other is a glorified wildcat QB. The ONLY reason we keep hearing about Kap is due to his politics, some people like them and that makes him a hero to them. If everyone's opinion was 100% based on football only then he'd already be forgotten.
     
  20. el gnomo

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    Settle down and ponder the stats below, 'thoughtful bob' bwahahahahahaha. Oh yeah, I didn't even include any rushing stats, tubby.

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    #60 el gnomo, Sep 13, 2017 at 11:31 PM
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