Posted: 11/17/2013 6:02 PM
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Posted: 11/17/2013 6:04 PM
If nothing else works, a total pig-headed unwillingness to look facts in the face will see us through.
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hummbabybear wrote: It is supposed to be a strong draft for WR and QB so I can easily see additions at those positions early in the draft.
Posted: 11/17/2013 7:31 PM
guysix wrote: It's never too early to look in the future, besides we still need a solid backup and who says a little competition isn't a good thing. Keeps guys on their P's & Q's.
Getting potent backup QB is the only thing I wholeheartedly agree on. Only so Harbaugh can give Kaep his legs back and not wet his pants every time CK takes off. At least presently, without the legs Kaep is mediocre Alex Smith with a cannon arm. That in turn is currently obsolete because:
Still poor decision making with his secondary reads, especially under duress
Absolutely no one to throw to over the top, resulting in total distrust to throw long ball.
Here comes hesitancy, indecisiveness and often “deer in headlights” look.
Posted: 11/17/2013 7:36 PM
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Q8ty49er wrote: a little too early to give up on kaep....
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Posted: 11/17/2013 7:55 PM
CDC84 wrote: I still want to see what happens when he has Crabtree, Boldin, Davis and Manningham to work with. If he sucks then, well, I might even hit the panic button.
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dea49 wrote: ------------------------------------------------ NashvilleNiner wrote:Talk about bi-polar/fair-weather fans....don't we have another thread on here, proclaiming Kaeperick's infallibility? Now we're already talking about replacing him---------------------------------------------Who is SERIOUSLY talking about replacing him?
Posted: 11/18/2013 11:59 AM
Seriously? Get rid of Kap for a FA? That makes no sense. I'm fine signing ol' BJ, as that allows us to get rid of McCoy and have someone who can play the same game. As for a draft, that's fine too. As for getting rid of Kap, before we do that (in addition to giving him good WRs), how about a game plan that doesn't have us running to the middle when they've stacked the line with 7+ guys. Horrible.Kap needs to do better on his reads. He also needs to be a bit more decisive. I get that. Frankly, some of that is on the OC for not letting him roll out, use his legs more, etc. This is after all the same guy who blew up the Packers at the begining of the season. The one other thing he needs to work on his touch passes. The miss by Gore late the game (could also have been a game breaker) was in part on Kap for throwing a laser. Guys is a third year QB. Give him time.