Here is the opening to my Monday column about Colt McCoy, backup:
SAN FRANCISCO — This column is about 49ers’ first backup quarterback, Colt McCoy. But I have something to admit up front. I have zero interest in McCoy and I bet you feel the same.
Never in my life did I think I’d write about McCoy. I would have preferred to write about the four moron fans who ran onto the Candlestick field Sunday night, but that’s not football and, as the players say, I only want to talk about football.
Which brings me to McCoy who, almost certainly, is not the real McCoy. The 49ers acquired him in the offseason to play second fiddle to starting quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who played in the first quarter Sunday night against the Minnesota Vikings and did very well, as you would expect.
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