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Well, well, lookie here :

2012 NFL Season

Week 13 SF @ the mighty RAMS...............in a DOME................lost 16-13.

Week 16 SF @ Seattle, yup the team we just beat..................lost 42-13.

BOTH those games the invincible, all world, ULTRA EXPERIENCED Colin Kaepernick with NINE whole games as a starter played as the QB.

Gee, I wonder what happened ??

How can this be ??

How could the ALMIGHTY ONES lose these games ??

End the HYPE................................................Now !!

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It's that classic homer mentality "that my team is in a constant state of growth and progression and we're only getting better but your team has been static since week 1 and any missteps you might have had along the way is how you should be judged now."

I don't care that Niner fans are doing it, they wouldn't be the fanbase they are if they didn't but it's annoying that some in the media have week after week rallied around this idea as pertains to the Falcons but don't hold anyone else up to the same standard.

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Nobody is unbeatable. And there is no way the #1 seeded Falcons should be underdogs in their own stadium. The sports media are like middle school girls. They jump on the latest fad. Two weeks ago, it was Wilson. Now, it's Kaepernick. Don't get me wrong - I think a lot of you are underestimating Kaep and I think you're going to be surpised and dismayed at what you see on Sunday. But unbeatable? Come on.

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Well it was funny because whoever said it this morning said something like "With the read option the Niners are getting pretty close to unbeatable".

I found it kind of odd, because the read option only killed the Packers on the one big play when the score was tied 24-24. All of those other runs were plays where the Packers were in man and Kaepernick took advantage of all the open space.

So....people really need to pay closer attention. You didn't even have to watch the game to know that, you could get it from the highlights.

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Well, well, lookie here :

2012 NFL Season

Week 13 SF @ the mighty RAMS...............in a DOME................lost 16-13.

Week 16 SF @ Seattle, yup the team we just beat..................lost 42-13.

BOTH those games the invincible, all world, ULTRA EXPERIENCED Colin Kaepernick with NINE whole games as a starter played as the QB.

Gee, I wonder what happened ??

How can this be ??

How could the ALMIGHTY ONES lose these games ??

End the HYPE................................................Now !!

You beat Seattle at home as did we, now if you beat them IN Seattle well that would be compairing apples to apples.

Just look at their road and home records.

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It's that classic homer mentality "that my team is in a constant state of growth and progression and we're only getting better but your team has been static since week 1 and any missteps you might have had along the way is how you should be judged now."

I don't care that Niner fans are doing it, they wouldn't be the fanbase they are if they didn't but it's annoying that some in the media have week after week rallied around this idea as pertains to the Falcons but don't hod anyone else up to the same standard.

As a pure professional QB in the NFL for 5 years, Matt Ryan has forgotten more about being an NFL QB than Kaepernick knows today. NOT how good he may be in 3-4 years...................TODAY !!!

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Nobody is unbeatable. And there is no way the #1 seeded Falcons should be underdogs in their own stadium. The sports media are like middle school girls. They jump on the latest fad. Two weeks ago, it was Wilson. Now, it's Kaepernick. Don't get me wrong - I think a lot of you are underestimating Kaep and I think you're going to be surpised and dismayed at what you see on Sunday. But unbeatable? Come on.

I agree with your entire post except for "dismayed". But yes, there are obviously people here who think that he is a "running" QB, which is just not the truth. He is a QB that can run.

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You beat Seattle at home as did we, now if you beat them IN Seattle well that would be compairing apples to apples.

Just look at their road and home records.

Cool, let's use the Giants as a comparison then. We beat them 34-0. I don't remember how you guys did at home against the Giants. Do you remember?

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The guy can throw the ball... do not be fooled. He's a kid that will be giving teams problems in the future... the beauty is we have him early in his career w/ little playoff experience and he is good because of the folks he has around him as well... This is a tough team no doubt. But so are we. Let the festivities begin!!

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Well it was funny because whoever said it this morning said something like "With the read option the Niners are getting pretty close to unbeatable".

I found it kind of odd, because the read option only killed the Packers on the one big play when the score was tied 24-24. All of those other runs were plays where the Packers were in man and Kaepernick took advantage of all the open space.

So....people really need to pay closer attention. You didn't even have to watch the game to know that, you could get it from the highlights.

You can take away that single longest run of his, that 56 yard touchdown and still be left with 125 yards on the other 15 attempts, still over 8 yards a carry. He's deceptively fast and burned them many times often with people in pursuit or around him, not just once or twice.

Some cute gifs

http://i.minus.com/iWG90DjK0vREH.gif

http://i.minus.com/iftd4JAyub50k.gif

Oh, and hmm, he actually has an arm

http://i.minus.com/i3gvTxJRsL5CN.gif

http://i.minus.com/ijFxVSizzZtpO.gif

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You can take away that single longest run of his, that 56 yard touchdown and still be left with 125 yards on the other 15 attempts, still over 8 yards a carry. He's deceptively fast and burned them many times often with people in pursuit or around him, not just once or twice.

Some cute gifs

http://i.minus.com/iWG90DjK0vREH.gif

http://i.minus.com/iftd4JAyub50k.gif

Oh, and hmm, he actually has an arm

http://i.minus.com/i3gvTxJRsL5CN.gif

http://i.minus.com/ijFxVSizzZtpO.gif

I'm not questining how dangerous he is as a runner or his arm. Not at all.

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