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Old 07-07-2013, 01:14 PM   #122
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Not speculation, Kap is going to turn the ball over, wait and see.


That's not speculation? Good God, have you lost your mind?

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I also find it interesting that the 49ers defense "led" the team to within 1 play of the SB but Kap "led" the team to the SB last year with that same if not better defense.
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I know dude is mega talented no denying it but he just about ****ed himself into a corner before they made the SB and then probably cost them the SB.
What? Almost cost them the Super Bowl? Your football acumen, seriously, it like a 2 on a scale of 100.



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Rather than compare him to Vick I would say he is more Cam Newton like. Not sure what the ceiling is there.


The crazy thing is that Cam Newton hasn't even begun to reach his potential because like Kaep, he's had exactly ONE wide receiver, a broken down 32 year old, no TE, broken RB's and a bad head coach.

Yet, he's still provided 40 TD's through the air and another 22 TD's on the ground. If he played for Baltimore, they'd go 19-0. If he played for Seattle, they'd go 19-0. Instead, he plays for a shit team that's gone 7-9 in consecutive seasons.

His ceiling is so high it can't be seen.
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