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Alex Smith is out with a concussion. The Niners trail 14-7 late 2nd quarter. It’s up to Colin Kaepernick to bring the Niners back.

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  1. Matt

    This will be interesting to see Kaepernick in extended action. So far, both his accuracy and touch have been poor. I was never a big Kaepernick believer though.

    November 11th, 2012 3:04 pm

  2. Brandon Conway

    All things considered, Kaep played OK. But his timing with the receivers is clearly no where close to in sync.

    November 11th, 2012 6:12 pm

  3. Mark M

    That was one truly ugly game. Rams out played us in my opinion though it’s tough to lose your starting QB, even if it’s Alex. But a bit disturbing is the way the defense has played in a few games this year now. The Giants, the Vikes, and now the Rams of all people? How did this team get that much production against us? We looked shockingly flat. Bye week didn’t do much for us but appeared to have invited Harbaugh’s friend Mr Soft.

    November 11th, 2012 8:49 pm

  4. Dave T

    Even though he came in to take over, and did not have all first team reps, I always remember what my dad told me, “Careful what you wish for son, you might just get it.” I just do not see Kaepnernick as leading you too the Superbowl, not this year at least.

    November 12th, 2012 10:42 am

  5. Paul

    The quarterback sneak is a stupid play. If this vaunted power running game of the 49ers can’t push it 6 inches, then they deserve to turn-it-over on downs.

    When Derrick Loville (sp) was our HB, they used to run the sneak with Young constantly and he’d get his head blasted in similar fashion. Dumb play, use Bruce Miller and keep your QB upright.

    November 12th, 2012 11:26 am

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