Nevertheless, he’s getting a shot for the first time since departing from the league six years ago.
Mike Florio from Pro Football Talk made some, well, rather intriguing and bold takes about Kap’s NFL potential from here on out, stating in a tweet:
“Colin Kaepernick, with time to knock off the rust and prepare, would be better than any option the Seahawks, Panthers, and Texans (Sorry TuAnon) that the Dolphins currently have.
He’d possibly win the job in Atlanta, too.”
Colin Kaepernick, with time to knock off the rust and prepare, would be better than any option the Seahawks, Panthers, and Texans currently have. He'd be better than any QB (sorry TuAnon) that the Dolphins currently have. He'd possibly win the job in Atlanta, too.
You simply do not know that until or of he even plays. It is such a joke that a QB who was never good but is some how a legend simply for his stance. He sucks at QB, I hope he does play so you fools can see that! https://t.co/Dxqf8i93gn
Colin Kaepernick is a 34 year old who hasn’t played in about six years. He has a career completion percentage under 60% and has never thrown for more than 3,400 yards and a career record of 28-30. One of the worst takes I’ve seen on this Mickey Mouse app https://t.co/qhZqlr3uOV
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 cmon now! The dudes last year in the league was when I graduated HS! For those keeping track that’s 2016! Career sub 60% completion rate. Give me a break with this nonsense. Let’s move on and stop pushing agendas that have 0.0 to do with on field play. https://t.co/eErGDjIqHU
stop. hes a backup QB tops and im glad hes going to be one, but any BS that he was a star is a lie. he deserves to play if he wants to, but lets not pretend he wasnt a really bad starter https://t.co/O9zKp6ADuX