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Niners say Kaepernick threw 87 mph first pitch

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49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw out the first pitch at Friday night’s Giants game.  He apparently did pretty well.

According to the 49ers’ Twitter account, Kaepernick was clocked at 87 miles per hour.

Earlier this month a slight discrepancy arose regarding the first pitch thrown by Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson at a Mariners game.  The Mariners claimed it was 98 mph; the broadcast team said it was 75.

Kapernick’s pitch isn’t being touted as so ridiculously fast that the number seems implausible.  Besides, he reportedly threw in the 90s as a high-school pitcher.

UPDATE 11:11 p.m.:  We’re told the broadcast team pegged the Kaepernick throw at 87 mph.  So, basically, if the Niners don’t pay him when he’s eligible for a new deal after the 2013 season, he can threaten to pull an Elway.

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  1. thegreatgabbert says: Jun 21, 2013 10:59 PM

    Unfortunately a spectator in the upper deck was injured by it.

  2. olyniner says: Jun 21, 2013 11:02 PM

    Second place Seahawks again huh?

  3. true9erfan66 says: Jun 21, 2013 11:03 PM

    Funny,cause who cares how fast Wilson or keap throws.
    Us fans can tell how powerful, keaps arm is (I belivev and so do most experts that keaps is strongest in NFL) so weather it makes him better qb who knows. That’s what us fans care about.

  4. logicalvoicesays says: Jun 21, 2013 11:03 PM

    Who cares about the Fortywhiners? #JustanotherRG3Wannabe

  5. revhein says: Jun 21, 2013 11:12 PM

    Good thing it means nothing since Russell Wilson is still better

  6. 4daytheory says: Jun 21, 2013 11:12 PM

    Wow… For the last time… I hope… Safeco field scoreboard operators do that as a joke… I’ve seen pitches from 9 year old kids skip past the plate at 99 mph.

    Pretty sure this sort of thing is commonplace, but I haven’t been to other parks. CKs speed could be legit, but touting RWs as anything other than operator fun is absurd.

  7. richardcolvinreid says: Jun 21, 2013 11:12 PM

    He is so ugly I wish they had to blur his face to save us all.

  8. kd75 says: Jun 21, 2013 11:16 PM

    He’s no Matt Harvey.

    87 on the Radar gun? Dillon Gee can do that and he’s 5-7 with a 4.56 ERA.

    Its not about how fast you can throw it. Its about changing speeds, late movement and throwing strikes.

  9. shickenchit says: Jun 21, 2013 11:17 PM

    He could probably play two sports

  10. hawkfanwtf says: Jun 21, 2013 11:20 PM

    Sooo the pitcher threw it faster than the shortstop…? surprise surprise surprise

  11. marvin49 says: Jun 21, 2013 11:24 PM

    Um…he threw 87 MPH In jeans and hightops with very little windup while not having pitched since high school. Anyone who isn’t impressed by that is simply looking for reasons to not be impressed.

  12. rajbais says: Jun 21, 2013 11:25 PM

    I’m not surprised if this will be true.

    He was recruited as a quarterback while playing in a basketball game and has a good baseball history.

    His athletic grace makes him a better ticket (and QB) than Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck, and Andy Dalton.

    This guy got the 49ers to the Super Bowl and Russell Wilson is getting more hype????

    The Bengals are a possible Super Bowl favorite even though no team without a playoff win in a prior season with the either the same QB or coach or both on it???

    Kaepernick will use that cannon and wheels to get San Fran back!!! He’ll show Russell Wilson who the real QB of the NFC West is!!!

  13. tfbuckfutter says: Jun 21, 2013 11:29 PM

    true9erfan66 says: Jun 21, 2013 11:03 PM

    Funny,cause who cares how fast Wilson or keap throws.
    Us fans can tell how powerful, keaps arm is (I belivev and so do most experts that keaps is strongest in NFL) so weather it makes him better qb who knows. That’s what us fans care about.

    ————————————

    I believe that the spot in which one places the “e” in words is sort of important.

    Usually you shorten names you can’t spell to names you can spell. I suggest you just start calling him “K-Dawg”.

  14. bobhk says: Jun 21, 2013 11:30 PM

    @revhein says:
    Jun 21, 2013 11:12 PM
    Good thing it means nothing since Russell Wilson is still better

    ——
    you better hide that undersized pretender twerp called Wilson.

    your team has to lie about this along with drug intake.

  15. asimonetti88 says: Jun 21, 2013 11:33 PM

    So excited for the upcoming season!

  16. thegreatgabbert says: Jun 21, 2013 11:34 PM

    The Camel brings the heat.

  17. forty9asty says: Jun 21, 2013 11:40 PM

    richardcolvinreid says: Jun 21, 2013 11:12 PM

    He is so ugly I wish they had to blur his face to save us all.

    Hahaha…you would trade your life for his any day of the week my friend.

    P.S. Your wife/girlfriend/boyfriend/whatever would trade you for him any day of the week as well…

  18. dirtysouthniner says: Jun 21, 2013 11:42 PM

    Yah but did the giants win?

  19. thestrategyexpert says: Jun 21, 2013 11:51 PM

    McNabb witnessed it too, and then proceeded to explain that with his coaching adjustments he could get that up to 95.

    Or maybe even 100, but you don’t want to overdo it and save yourself for the marquee events such as a playoff game, or when there’s a really hot girl in the front row. With experience comes wisdom young apprentice.

  20. tjq86 says: Jun 22, 2013 12:21 AM

    Jay Cutler has a stronger arm then both Wilson and Kaep.

  21. jmoney34 says: Jun 22, 2013 12:26 AM

    the last thing we need is Kaep to get hurt throwing out the first pitch. He needs to be SMARTER than that.

  22. 9ueenbee says: Jun 22, 2013 12:39 AM

    >>logicalvoicesays says: Jun 21, 2013 11:03 PM
    >>Who cares about the Fortywhiners?

    @logicalvoicesays
    Obviously you care by posting here, moron

  23. pacificnw7722 says: Jun 22, 2013 12:43 AM

    The Mariners claimed it was 98 mph…….and it was. Bottom Line: still faster then Crapers&it!

  24. granadafan says: Jun 22, 2013 12:47 AM

    The Seachickens are caught lying again.

  25. wtfchiefs says: Jun 22, 2013 12:51 AM

    If he throws a football that fast, the 49ers will finish last in all of the lands

  26. raiderrob21 says: Jun 22, 2013 1:05 AM

    Who really cares? You also forgot to mention that it was nowhere near the plate. If not for a great stop by Sergio Romo, the “pitch” would have put a camera man standing far to the left behind the plate in the emergency room. Check the highlight Florio before man crushing on a wild pitch.

  27. arrowmint says: Jun 22, 2013 1:08 AM

    Typical Seadderall Cheathawks PR spin: “Magical Russell Wilson throws a 99 MPH fastball!!!!” It’s all lies.

    Kaep, a legit minor league baseball prospect, actually throws the fastball.

    Just pathetic. Keep it up, Cheatin’ Pete Carroll. You’re all class.

  28. themackstrong says: Jun 22, 2013 1:09 AM

    Week two I can’t wait to see an empty 49er bandwagon. Terrible secondary, best d-line player aged and a WR group that is rated one of the worst in NFL without Crabtree. All any team will have to do is stop the run game and Vernon Davis (their QB can’t even hit him) and its a wrap. Teams that will be ahead of them in NFC…Seattle, Green Bay, Tampa, Rams, ATL…Can’t Wait.

  29. mackcarrington says: Jun 22, 2013 1:21 AM

    The 49ers – Seahawk rivalry is getting better than the Chargers – Raiders used to be. Of course it helps when both teams are good and relevant.

  30. shotgunnoblitz says: Jun 22, 2013 1:26 AM

    I really dont know whats worse. People impressed that a guy that was a pitcher threw an 87 mph fastball(wild pitch as well) or that they compare a former pitchers fastball to a former in fielders pitch or that they think that Kaep was a better baseball prospect than wilson or that people actually thought that the 99 mph wilson throw was anything other than the scoreboard guy simply saying it was 99 mph.

  31. giantrobot666 says: Jun 22, 2013 1:27 AM

    Can somebody fix his hat?

  32. jrazz22 says: Jun 22, 2013 1:40 AM

    themackstrong says: Jun 22, 2013 1:09 AM

    Week two I can’t wait to see an empty 49er bandwagon. Terrible secondary, best d-line player aged and a WR group that is rated one of the worst in NFL without Crabtree. All any team will have to do is stop the run game and Vernon Davis (their QB can’t even hit him) and its a wrap. Teams that will be ahead of them in NFC…Seattle, Green Bay, Tampa, Rams, ATL…Can’t Wait.
    ———————————————————-
    My god you Hawks fans never stop. You have never won anything significant in your pathetic history, you didn’t win your division last year after a gift wrapped win, and you have been caught cheating more than any other team in the NFL.

    You and the rest of your fanbase are pathetic scrubs. Win one, just one Superbowl and then maybe you can get at the Rams level. Until then, stay at the back of the line where you belong. Truly the most delusional, annoying, and pathetic fanbase in professional sports.

  33. ninerdynasty says: Jun 22, 2013 2:02 AM

    hawkfanwtf says:
    Jun 21, 2013 11:20 PM
    Sooo the pitcher threw it faster than the shortstop…? surprise surprise surprise
    ———————————————
    I dont know about you.. but i played baseball once a upon a time and i do remember that no pitcher threw full potential with their first warm up pitch. If you know of a person that can throw 95 on their first warm up pitch.. well, congrats .. that might be the strongest arm ive ever heard of.

  34. sportsbastard says: Jun 22, 2013 2:17 AM

    Who cares. He’ll still choke and flip an option pitch to janoris jenkins for the winning td.

  35. braceyourselffor12 says: Jun 22, 2013 2:43 AM

    @ themackstrong

    Did you just have the audacity to call the Faithful bandwagoners? We have been selling out Candlestick for over 3 DECADES. Through thick and thin, whether our team was 12-4 or 2-14 we showed up and supported our team.

    As anyone on this site can attest to and others (ESPN, NFL.com) you fair weather chumps came out of left field after last season and not even the beginning but after week 7 ripping off those paper bags pretending you weren’t rooting for other teams since 2005.

    It’s o.k though, when not if your roided up gang comes crashing back to Earth next season it will only solidify the very nature of the Seahawks: a pathetic franchise long bereft of any significance clinging to a regular season win over a storied team, a better team, the San Francisco 49ers.

    GO NINERS!!!!!

  36. henryjones20 says: Jun 22, 2013 2:50 AM

    wow!! when jj watt took batting practice two months ago everyone on this site praised him as the chosen one.lol

  37. porksandwich says: Jun 22, 2013 3:18 AM

    @ themackstrong

    Drinking lot of hatorade I see. Let’s break down your teams you have beating the niners…..

    Seattle….watching Wilson is bounce around is very entertaining and impressive, but he is going to get killed with their weak protection at some point. Injured by week 6, then what? Yeah, it’t Brady Quinn time!

    GreenBay….Niners handled them last year and so did a few lesser teams. Now, no Driver, no Jennings and Saturday is gone. Rodgers will struggle in the first half of the season.

    Tampa….WTF, not even close glue sniffer. They won 7 games last year and beat no contenders. Except for ATL in the the last game of the season (ATL was in the playoffs and resting number 1’s).

    Rams….Maybe, they played well in their division, but only beat the Bucs, Bills and Redskins outside the NFC West. Now they don’t have Jackson, who is running the ball up there? And the the heck is catching it? Austin?

    Niners will be a freight train next year….I suggest you get under it and not on it.

  38. lionsdraftguy says: Jun 22, 2013 5:11 AM

    So….I know a lot of skin and bone punks that can throw that fast.

  39. spideysdog says: Jun 22, 2013 5:15 AM

    arrowmint,

    it is better to be thought a fool, then to open your mouth and remove all doubt. Russell Wilson, WAS drafted by MLB and DID play minor league baseball.

    All this he’s better, he’s better nonsense makes me laugh. are we seriously arguing over which qb threw the better first pitch???

    first, who cares? means nothing to the upcoming season.

    second, and as a Seahawks fan this pains me to say, they are BOTH great young guns. their games are a little different, but they both have skills. it’s going to be a great rivalry and season.

  40. greenmeattruck says: Jun 22, 2013 5:59 AM

    Is it just me, or does this new flatbrim style that kids like these days make every hat they wear look too big for their heads?

  41. hopper15 says: Jun 22, 2013 6:54 AM

    Terrible secondary yet they were ranked 4th against the pass. Which was higher than the highly touted Seahawks secondary and the rest of those teams you listed.

  42. greymares says: Jun 22, 2013 7:10 AM

    So a supposed star quarterback steps on a pitchers mound to throw a ceremonial first pitch. with no warm-up cranks up an 87 mph. pitch, and this guy is supposed to be a great decision maker. I think not.

  43. smitty113 says: Jun 22, 2013 7:16 AM

    Too bad Kapernick was 0-10 during the superbowl in the redzone. What good is an 87 mile fast ball if you are unable to read defenses…….

  44. golforepar says: Jun 22, 2013 7:53 AM

    Since CK is a huge Brewers fan, making him wear the Giants hat had him all riled up! I guess that was his change up!

  45. nflr92 says: Jun 22, 2013 8:03 AM

    With movement?

  46. musicman495 says: Jun 22, 2013 8:20 AM

    The headline should read, “Niners say Kaepernick threw 87 mph first pitch that almost went to the backstop.” Let’s just calm down a bit here folks. If he could pitch, he’d be in the major leagues, not waiting for linebackers to tear his head off. Nobody except Bo Jackson who can play baseball and football equally well is playing football. (Don’t make me laugh with Deion and his .200 batting average.) The difference between 87 mph and 95 mph is the distance a baseball travels 20 rows into the upper deck. When Kaepernick gets the velocity to 95, and can throw it consistently into a window the size of a shoe box, give us a call.

  47. qdog112 says: Jun 22, 2013 8:36 AM

    More importantly Andrew Luck threw at 54 mph, but he looked so majestic doing it.

  48. sonofsamadams says: Jun 22, 2013 9:07 AM

    Matt Flynn threw out the first pitch at an A’s game and it clocked in at 14 mph.

  49. rainponcho87 says: Jun 22, 2013 9:12 AM

    Week two I can’t wait to see an empty 49er bandwagon. Terrible secondary, best d-line player aged and a WR group that is rated one of the worst in NFL without Crabtree. All any team will have to do is stop the run game and Vernon Davis (their QB can’t even hit him) and its a wrap. Teams that will be ahead of them in NFC…Seattle, Green Bay, Tampa, Rams, ATL…Can’t Wait.

    —————————————————————-

    I have been reading comments like this for 2 years now, since Harbaugh came, about how the 49ers are a fraud, a flash in the pan, about how they just got lucky, how it is all going to fall apart for them. And they have just have been getting better and better. Have you thought what you are going to do if your loud stadium, legion of boom, and 12th man lose to the 49ers in week 2? Seattle fans are building that up to be their superbowl. If you don’t win, where do you go from there? If the 49ers don’t win, well it was a loss on the road to a good team. Somehow I think they will survive and come back and play hard the next week. So I actually think Seattle has more to lose in that game. If they lose, they lost to a major division rival at home, and still have to play them again late in the season on the road. You gotta win your home games.

  50. hehateme2 says: Jun 22, 2013 9:20 AM

    Is it me or is his head too small…. or his hats too big?

  51. swagger52 says: Jun 22, 2013 9:47 AM

    Even though I am a Baltimore fan I have another reason to like Kapernick.

    He looks like Manny Machado.

  52. lionsdraftguy says: Jun 22, 2013 9:49 AM

    He is still a scronty little guy. Flexes his little tiny biceps when he scores a td

  53. swagger52 says: Jun 22, 2013 9:51 AM

    As an NFL fan, I am sure glad their is another competitive division like the AFC North.
    The AFC L east is a circus. I wish the punishment for Hernandez was to put the Patriots in a division with real football teams so they aren’t in the playoffs every year by default.

  54. sampsonswag01 says: Jun 22, 2013 9:54 AM

    rainponcho87 says:
    Jun 22, 2013 9:12 AM
    Week two I can’t wait to see an empty 49er bandwagon. Terrible secondary, best d-line player aged and a WR group that is rated one of the worst in NFL without Crabtree. All any team will have to do is stop the run game and Vernon Davis (their QB can’t even hit him) and its a wrap. Teams that will be ahead of them in NFC…Seattle, Green Bay, Tampa, Rams, ATL…Can’t Wait.

    _________________________

    The unfortunate irony in this comment is that most Seahawk fans don’t understand that they need the 49ers to be great for the next few years. Winning a division five times over the course of the 2000’s really means nothing when that division was so bad, so void of talent and competition that it was not only the NFL’s worst division….it was the worst division in the HISTORY of the NFL for a few years. Despise the 49ers, ridicule and do whatever may be needed to make you feel secure in your fandom but the manifold reality is that you need, in fact, you WANT the 49ers to be one the best teams in the NFL for the next few years to give your divisions wins, if any, credence and credibility. Because let’s be honest…..nobody can be proud hanging a division banner up that says
    7-9 Champions!

    And Week 2 will be a great game. Two great teams. Two antagonistic coaches and two teams who just plain don’t like each other. But you’ll need to do more than just cover VD….Vance Mcdonald could easily turn into this year’s Jimmy Graham….and Eric Reid having played at in the SEC which is quasi semi-NFL football will do just fine in that secondary. What you need to be worried about is how many personal fouls Beast Mo’ will get with the new helmet rule. I’m going with 4.

  55. emoney826 says: Jun 22, 2013 10:02 AM

    @porksandwich,
    Your knowledge of football sucks. The packers will struggle because they don’t have Driver, Jennings, and Saturday? Lol. Driver played like 6 snaps last year. Jennings was out for ten weeks and wasn’t missed. And Saturday?? Don’t get me started on him. He was so washed up when we signed him. Anyone is an improvement over him. Again, your knowledge is lacking. Get an education and then post something.

  56. 1oldpro says: Jun 22, 2013 10:37 AM

    The flat-billed cap looked perfect on him.

  57. pieromania says: Jun 22, 2013 10:39 AM

    75MPH or even 87MPH, honestly, isn’t anything for a professional athlete to gloat about. I bet I can damn near pull off 87 or 88MPH, and I was known more for my accuracy with painting the corners & my off-speed pitches. Regardless, both of these guys are extremely athletic and making a thread/article about it is ridiculous. Both, had they put more effort into such a pointless pitch, could have increased their speed. I have little doubt in my mind.

    Long story short, I’d be happy with Kaep on my team if it weren’t for Wilson. I wanted Kaep the year he was drafted. He’s a good QB with plenty of room for growth. However, now that we have Wilson and we’ve seen the dedication, effort and upbeat attitude, I don’t think there’s more than 5 guys in this league I would consider trading him for. I believe he is that talented and will bring a championship or two to Seattle. The NFC West should be exciting this year. So much talent and the games are going to be insanely physical. For those who love football and have the opportunity to watch the Hawks, 9ers or Rams, I suggest you tune in. Especially for divisional games. You’ll be in for a treat.

  58. scottpgh72 says: Jun 22, 2013 10:40 AM

    Big Ben threw out the first pitch at PNC Park this year and now a 17 year old college student is pregnant with his 2nd baby.

  59. therealhardt says: Jun 22, 2013 10:49 AM

    jrazz22 says:
    Jun 22, 2013 1:40 AM
    themackstrong says: Jun 22, 2013 1:09 AM

    Week two I can’t wait to see an empty 49er bandwagon. Terrible secondary, best d-line player aged and a WR group that is rated one of the worst in NFL without Crabtree. All any team will have to do is stop the run game and Vernon Davis (their QB can’t even hit him) and its a wrap. Teams that will be ahead of them in NFC…Seattle, Green Bay, Tampa, Rams, ATL…Can’t Wait.
    ———————————————————-
    My god you Hawks fans never stop. You have never won anything significant in your pathetic history, you didn’t win your division last year after a gift wrapped win, and you have been caught cheating more than any other team in the NFL.

    You and the rest of your fanbase are pathetic scrubs. Win one, just one Superbowl and then maybe you can get at the Rams level. Until then, stay at the back of the line where you belong. Truly the most delusional, annoying, and pathetic fanbase in professional sports.

    _____________________________

    spot on jrazz, as one who lives in seahawks country I can tell you they are the most uniformed group of fans you will come across. they will swear to you that they invented the 12th man, even though Texas A&M has used it since the 1920s, and the chickens didn’t exist until 1976. they’ll tell you largent was better than rice, cortez kennedy was better than sapp, and the nfl conspired to give THEIR SB to the steelers…then ask them if they think they’ll make the SB, who will they play from the AFC and they’ll fumble around and illustrate who they don’t know jack about FB…but they are fun to screw with since they are so gullible…

  60. jbeatzz says: Jun 22, 2013 10:50 AM

    funny how people hate for no reason on things theyre totally incapable of doing themselves…i dont care who you are, if you can throw a baseball around 90 mph, im gonna be impressed…his talents at his size are freakish and hes a good story so im rooting for the guy and im not even a 9ers fan

  61. thefox61 says: Jun 22, 2013 11:13 AM

    Kaepernick’s pitch was actually clocked at 87 kmh… they forgot to flick the switch!

  62. bubashep says: Jun 22, 2013 11:32 AM

    Hey, if this football gig doesn’t work out, he could always pitch for the Marlins

  63. lurch61 says: Jun 22, 2013 11:44 AM

    logicalvoicesays says:
    Jun 21, 2013 11:03 PM
    Who cares about the Fortywhiners? #

    —————————————————-
    Is it just me or is anyone else sick to death of this idiot skins fans blabbing about his team which only and barely made the playoffs this year after years of futility! I read everyday about how many superbowl trophies a player would get if they were on the skins. my god win a few games first before shooting off your mouth so much will ya????

  64. truths4all says: Jun 22, 2013 11:50 AM

    After reading this and the replies, it is a lot of fun to see that the Seahawks fans are very insecure when comparing Wilson to Kaepernick AND the 49er fans are equally insecure when comparing Kaepernick to Wilson.

    As for throwing a baseball, anyone who knows baseball understands that baseball batters can bash all day long pitches over 105 mph, so pitches in the 70s or 80s are no big deal. In baseball, the big deal is if you have 3 or more pitches that you can master and consistently locate in the lower half of the strike zone. When someone can do that, then that is something to get excited about. One pitch wonders (guys who can throw in the 90s or over 100) never even get out of the minor leagues as batters there shell them into obscurity oblivion.

  65. bobhk says: Jun 22, 2013 12:07 PM

    Yawn
    seacraps an their bandwagon fans are ghetto. They have never won anything of significance. losers just like their team.

    this awesome sports city could not even keep their own franchise.

  66. thefox61 says: Jun 22, 2013 12:25 PM

    bobhk says:
    Jun 22, 2013 12:07 PM
    Yawn
    seacraps an their bandwagon fans are ghetto. They have never won anything of significance. losers just like their team.

    this awesome sports city could not even keep their own franchise.

    Oh and how is that working out for you in 2014 when the 49ers move 39 miles to the south?
    Santa Clara 49ers HA HA!

  67. surfoside4life says: Jun 22, 2013 12:33 PM

    Who cares

  68. ninerman78 says: Jun 22, 2013 12:37 PM

    I don’t care too much about the debate between who pitches better, but some of these comments are just plain ignorant. 1) someone claims RG3 as the best running qb in the league. who cares? win loss record is what I care about. 2)someone claimed that a 9yr old can throw that fast. well I bet you can’t though. be quiet. 3) Bandwagon doesn’t really apply to the Niners. Most of us have watched them lose for the last decade and remained FAITHFUL.

  69. commonsensedude says: Jun 22, 2013 12:55 PM

    Oh, great. Now we’re going to have Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll starting baseball teams on the side just so they can take their long-standing feud to another sport. “You know, if I were a baseball coach, I could beat him in that sport as well. I’m superior.”

  70. greymares says: Jun 22, 2013 1:11 PM

    lurch61 says:
    Jun 22, 2013 11:44 AM
    logicalvoicesays says:
    Jun 21, 2013 11:03 PM
    Who cares about the Fortywhiners? #

    —————————————————-
    Is it just me or is anyone else sick to death of this idiot skins fans blabbing about his team which only and barely made the playoffs this year after years of futility! I read everyday about how many superbowl trophies a player would get if they were on the skins. my god win a few games first before shooting off your mouth so much will ya????—————————————————————————-don’t worry this act will be over by about week 6 this gun will be out of bullets.

  71. macklinr61 says: Jun 22, 2013 1:13 PM

    Did he break any of Sergio Romo’s fingers too? As long as we’re having this Wilson v Kaep discussion.. anyone want to guess the over/under on how many receiver’s fingers Kaep breaks this year and how many Wilson will?

  72. mike32303 says: Jun 22, 2013 1:17 PM

    @swagger52

    Last time I checked Brady is 7-3 i believe against Pitt and Baltimore and the pats might have 9 losses against that entire AFC north division in 12 years.. Nice try tho it was a pathetic effort. And the NFC west while Brady was on his tear in the 2000’s was beyond sorry at best.. NEXT

  73. bobhk says: Jun 22, 2013 1:20 PM

    @thefox61 says:
    Jun 22, 2013 12:25 PM
    bobhk says:
    Jun 22, 2013 12:07 PM
    Yawn
    seacraps an their bandwagon fans are ghetto. They have never won anything of significance. losers just like their team.

    this awesome sports city could not even keep their own franchise.

    Oh and how is that working out for you in 2014 when the 49ers move 39 miles to the south?
    Santa Clara 49ers HA HA!

    ——–
    You are such a moron it’s not even funny. Cowboys play in Irving and the Pats play in Foxboro. Dallas did not lose their franchise to Irving. SF did not lose their team to santa clara.

    You are such a doofus that you don’t know that the Sonics actually left the “great” northwest.

    Stupid bandwagon seattle fan.

  74. Uncle Charlie says: Jun 22, 2013 2:07 PM

    Pull an Elway, except he only throws 87 and wouldn’t make it out of rookie ball.

  75. seaeagle707 says: Jun 22, 2013 2:32 PM

    The one thing I’ve noticed about fans of the Farty Whiners on here, is that not many of them actually know much about football, and even fewer know football history.

    As for me I climbed onto the Seahawks’ bandwagon 28-years ago, and never got off of it.

    Personally, I think that many of those claiming to be die-hard Farty Whiners fans would switch to Oakland if that team had the better record.

  76. thebigtim2012 says: Jun 22, 2013 5:17 PM

    Yea and Kim un Jung hit 6 holes in one his first time playing golf! Now that’s impressive!

  77. mackcarrington says: Jun 22, 2013 5:46 PM

    The rivalry between the Seahawk and 49er fans is becoming more entertaining than the one between the Raiders vs. Chargers. And becoming more juvenile too. Of course both teams need to remain good for the rivalries to be relevant.

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