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    Colin Kaepernick's short memory

    In his eight starts, Colin Kaepernick has had six awful plays that resulted in turnovers and/or scores for the other team. This is what happened the next drive after those bad plays:

    1st Interception @ New Orleans in the 2nd quarter
    6 play, 80 yard TD drive that ended with a six-yard touchdown pass to Frank Gore.

    Safety @ St. Louis in the 3rd quarter

    13 play, 94 drive that resulted in a 21 yard David Akers field goal.

    Fumble on bad pitch to Ted Ginn @ St. Louis in the 4th quarter
    6 play, 65 yard drive that ends with a David Akers field goal. Kap had a 50-yard run during the drive.

    Interception @ New England in the 3rd quarter
    Brady was picked off and the return by Goldon got them inside the five yard line and Frank Gore scored easily. Colin Kaepernick's next throw came on the drive after this, which was a 27 yard strike to Michael Crabtree between two defenders for a touchdown.

    Interception @ Seattle in the 3rd Quarter
    The game was far gone by this point, but the next drive Kap put together a 13 play, 83-yard drive that was finished by an 18 yard TD pass to Delanie Walker.

    Interception vs. Green Bay in the 1st Quarter (Pick Six)
    Kap responded with an 8 play, 80-yard drive where he had a 20-yard TD run.

    After every bad mistake, the 49ers scored the next drive. Four resulted in touchdowns.


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    Not too shabby. Its like he does it to piss himself off
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    I didn't want to throw this information out here. I was a 3 year varsity starter at QB in high school. I played quarterback in junior college as well. I was considering playing division 1 football as well but chose to pursue my career in business instead. However, currently I am helping train with Derek Carr from Fresno State get ready for his pro day and the draft. I am also working with Cody Kessler, the USC quarterback.

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    I hope he doesnt need to use his short memory against the Falcons

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    I guess he's almost better than Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerekRE_3 View Post
    In his eight starts, Colin Kaepernick has had six awful plays that resulted in turnovers and/or scores for the other team. This is what happened the next drive after those bad plays:

    1st Interception @ New Orleans in the 2nd quarter
    6 play, 80 yard TD drive that ended with a six-yard touchdown pass to Frank Gore.

    Safety @ St. Louis in the 3rd quarter

    13 play, 94 drive that resulted in a 21 yard David Akers field goal.

    Fumble on bad pitch to Ted Ginn @ St. Louis in the 4th quarter
    6 play, 65 yard drive that ends with a David Akers field goal. Kap had a 50-yard run during the drive.

    Interception @ New England in the 3rd quarter
    Brady was picked off and the return by Goldon got them inside the five yard line and Frank Gore scored easily. Colin Kaepernick's next throw came on the drive after this, which was a 27 yard strike to Michael Crabtree between two defenders for a touchdown.

    Interception @ Seattle in the 3rd Quarter
    The game was far gone by this point, but the next drive Kap put together a 13 play, 83-yard drive that was finished by an 18 yard TD pass to Delanie Walker.

    Interception vs. Green Bay in the 1st Quarter (Pick Six)
    Kap responded with an 8 play, 80-yard drive where he had a 20-yard TD run.

    After every bad mistake, the 49ers scored the next drive. Four resulted in touchdowns.
    It's notable that this drive "should" have been a TD if not for Walker somehow dropping a dime TD pass.

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    This was mentioned before the game, he basically responds with a score after every mistake or turnover.


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    Honestly, until he did that in the Playoff's I was completely discounting it. The fact he responded the way he did in the playoffs proves he has what ever "it" is that let's someone do this.
    "All we care about are wins, stats are for losers" - Justin Smith
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    That is a really good sign of a hell of a qb
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    One of the main things you want in a QB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImgoodHarbaughU View Post
    That is a really good sign of a hell of a qb
    Quote Originally Posted by showtym24 View Post
    One of the main things you want in a QB.
    This



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