Colin Kaeparnick, the 49’ers uber athlete quarterback has been vilified the past year after being the darling, new age model of what the future NFL quarterback looked like the previous few years. So the question to ask now, is the guy who came within 5 yards of a super bowl title a bum, just another guy or an elite performer who needs the right system around him?
I’ve been on the record in the past saying he’s at best just another guy. However over the past eighteen months his attitude off the field and play on it, demonstrate that he’s likely more of a bum than even a competent backup, let alone a starter.
Hey there again, fellow fantasy dorks! We are now fully all up in week 12, which means for many of you that playoffs are right around the corner, and for others, well, I dunno, go outside and do something productive. I myself have a few teams that aren't going to be around much longer, so I have been trying to pay more attention to my 5-5ish teams, making last minute desperation moves in order to make the final cut. For example, I was severely lacking at RB for one team a couple of weeks ago, so I took a chance on Pats RB Benjarvus Green-Ellis while Sammy Morris was out, and it paid off, until last week, when my benched and forgotten Kevin Faulk got most of the run work. Very annoying. Anyway, I've dropped 'em both now in favor of Bucs RB Warrick Dunn, being that Earnest Graham is done for the season. Also, I can finally start Detroit RB Kevin Smith to fill in some voids as well. It only took 10 weeks for him to get going. Luckily, patience is one of my better virtues.