Cam Newton: Colin Kaepernick not being on a roster is “unfair”

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Panthers quarterback Cam Newton wanted to talk mostly about his focus on the 49ers.

But it’s the first week of the NFL regular season, and Colin Kaepernick still isn’t on a roster, so the players who are are going to be asked.

I really think it’s unfair,” Newton said, via Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer.

Newton then ducked briefly into the obligatory comment about the importance of the upcoming regular season game, but steered back to the unfairness thing.

“In my opinion, do I think Kaepernick is better than some of these starting quarterbacks in this league? Absolutely,” he said. “Should he be on a roster in my opinion? Absolutely. There’s no question about it.

“Is he good enough to be on a roster? Is he good enough to be a starting quarterback? Absolutely.”

Of course, Kaepernick isn’t, and most active players would likely agree with that. And even if he got onto a roster now, it would be harder for him succeed having missed the entire offseason and preseason, which will only make it easier for those who insist it’s because of football to justify their hypothetical stances.

111 responses to “Cam Newton: Colin Kaepernick not being on a roster is “unfair”

  1. I’m sure Cam’s quote will result in some unbiased, reasonable letters to the editor and commentary. Especially from mothers who don’t like his dancing.

  2. Yeah well it’s not fair for your team when you don’t jump on a fumble when the game is on the line in the Super Bowl

  3. Too many hits to the head apparently, Kap isn’t better than other starters. If he was he would be on a team, I mean even Vick got signed after he got out of jail. Talent trumps controversy.

  4. Poor little Cam. CK is not on an NFL team. News flash Cam CK is worthless. Sorry to break the news to you.

  5. News flash life is not fair.
    Maybe his protests are holding him back but I think the main thing is his performance has declined to where
    he is liability on and off the field.
    NFL has a long history of overlooking transgressions when a player is a star. Average players don’t have the same luxury.

  6. Cam throws a towel on his head and mopes on the sidelines when things “aren’t fair”.

    You wanna know what’s really unfair Cam? Grown men being paid millions of dollars to play a child’s game, quarterbacks making so much money that the rest of the team has to be paid a fraction of the salary cap, high school and college athletes destroying their bodies with no compensation.

    Kaep dug his hole, now he must reside in it.

  7. Fair? SMH. Kaepernick made his choices and now he’s living with them. That’s how it works for adults, whether you’re behaving like one or not.

  8. Cam is right…It’s unfair that Kaep decided to OPT-OUT of his $14M contract…but he made his choice, and i guess Cam will have to live with it.

  9. I agree Cam…. You should prove it by stepping down & letting CK take the reigns in Carolina…..WHAT? NO?!!!
    Yeah, didn’t think so Cammy….

  10. Is he good enough to be on a roster? Is he good enough to be a starting quarterback?

    Of course, Kaepernick isn’t, and most active players would likely agree with that.
    ——————————-
    Says it all, really.

  11. Kaepernick is an average at best QB who brings drama……and lets not forget, he opted out of his contract with the 49ers…..so kinda his fault he isnt on a roster! What Cam and CK supporters need to really get a grasp on is that freedom of speech does not mean freedom from consequences. He can say what he likes, protest what he likes, its all fine….but that might just make you too much for a public organization to deal with….especially when youre average.

  12. Lolz what a whiner.

    Here’s a newsflash. Nowhere does it say “life is fair”.

    We all would like life to be fair in an ideal world, but its pretty far from ideal at the moment.

  13. Everyone who watched last year’s pre-season knows Kaep’s so-called “protest” started with his sulking on the bench over losing his starting gig to Blaine Gabbert.

    The kneeling, pig socks and Castro shirts came when real football fans quickly lost respect and social justice warriors were the only ones left in his lonely corner of the bench.

  14. Kaep dug his hole, now he must reside in it.

    To be fair, he’s in that hole because a huge percentage of American sports fans A) misunderstand the purpose of Kaep’s “protest” B) misunderstand what the national anthem represents and C) would rather boo a kneeling football player than consider the reality of what Kaep is protesting.

  15. Cam, raise the money and buy an existing NFL franchise, rename it the unPatriots. Sign all of the guys who disrespect our country and make them starters on your team. Good luck on your new investment. Hope the season ticket sales go well for you.

  16. In Week 1, we will see Scott Tolzien, who may have the weakest arm in professional sports, forget football, Nathan Peterman, a decent quarterback prospect who hasn’t taken an NFL snap, a bust in Blake Bortles and DeShone Kizer. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

  17. He really didn’t play well since 2013 and it was progressively worse and now he’s had to recover from some serious injuries. I think I agree that he WAS better than some of the current starters, but I am not sure he IS better.

  18. Come on Cameron Newton just tell these reporters “no comment” about controversial issues and lead your football team to beat up my “Saints” when you come to New Orleans this year.

  19. tonyzendejas says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:17 pm
    Kaep dug his hole, now he must reside in it.

    To be fair, he’s in that hole because a huge percentage of American sports fans A) misunderstand the purpose of Kaep’s “protest” B) misunderstand what the national anthem represents and C) would rather boo a kneeling football player than consider the reality of what Kaep is protesting.
    ————————————————————

    A) Wrong. They didn’t misunderstand at all. Many just don’t agree with it. It was compounded by pig cop socks and a Fidel Castro shirt.
    B) You might be right here… many people don’t know about the history of the song, the removed verse(s) but sheep gonna sheep
    C) Kaep is a fool who could have had his cake and ate it too. All he had to do was play better. He isn’t that good so the protest takes precedence over whatever skill he does have.

  20. Camera being on a roster is unfair. He doesnt have the courage to recover his own fumble in the SB. His teammates noticed that big time. See last years record.

  21. Kaepernick should get the chance to apologize to the fans, the police and anyone that was offended by his careless actions. As soon as he does that, we’ll welcome him back.

  22. It isn’t fair that grown men who play a game for a living make more than service members or first responders.

  23. I don’t get it. Kap had a contract. HE chose to walk away. I am supposed to feel sorry for him for not wanting 15 million dollars to hold a clip board?

  24. So all these people and “reporters” saying Kaepernick needs to be on a team, some team needs to sign him, etc, which team should sign him? Be specific. Make an argument who Kaepernick can replace.

  25. What is unfair is Kaepernick demonstrating his political views at work. And what is also unfair is him blanketing all police with the label of racist. What is also unfair is the sense of entitlement which has been driven into blacks’ brains for 5 decades, so that they blame racism for everything.
    I am sick and tired of these NFL players who are dumber than dirt trying to come off as if they are the only ones who know anything. Most of them got a free ride through college and didn’t learn anything there that didn’t have something to do with football.
    I wish Kaepernick would move to another country and take Cam Newton and the rest of the guys who have followed him like blind sheep with him.

  26. Lets try this one more time….

    Colin Kapernick opted out of his contract with the 49ers. He quit his contract.

    Colin Kapernick is not a good QB anymore and a back up QB at best. He is entitled to nothing.

    Colin Kapernick is a distraction by bringing his political believes into football. NFL owners don’t want the drama.

    Lets move on please….

  27. He walked away from a contract. Has their been any public comment from Kaepernick about his current status? Maybe he just doesn’t want to play anymore.

  28. Im sure Newton spent a lot of time watching tape on other Qbs…oh wait no he doesnt do that…so his opinion means jack squat. I like that even though a majority of comments disagree with you…and strongly…and you guys chide them every time. Is it not ok to have the opinion that he isnt very good? Are you guys the ultimate decider on who is or isnt a good QB?

  29. The life isn’t fair thing seems to be the consensus. It is the first thing you teach your kid. So no argument from me, but for those who argue Kap can’t play, go look at his numbers last year – a terrible team and 16-4 TD’s Int in 12 games 59% completion rate, rushed for 468 yds, 6.8 a carry, 6.77 a pass – QB rating 90.7 – he can play (year he went to SB his rating was 91.7) he’s just unlikely to.

  30. I find it interesting that I have yet to see a comment refer to the substance of WHAT CK’s protest was about. But then again I suppose it confirms what most of black america knows…what we’re saying isnt wrong, most white people just don’t give a damn.

  31. Why are people saying CK’s played declined and he turned out to not be a good player, when statistics show otherwise? His stats show he did well for the number of games he played. He didn’t win a lot of games, but we all know that takes a team. He opted out of his contract and wanted more money. THAT’S probably the problem, along with the protest and press, more so than him actually being a bad player.

  32. karlpk says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    The life isn’t fair thing seems to be the consensus. It is the first thing you teach your kid. So no argument from me, but for those who argue Kap can’t play, go look at his numbers last year – a terrible team and 16-4 TD’s Int in 12 games 59% completion rate, rushed for 468 yds, 6.8 a carry, 6.77 a pass – QB rating 90.7 – he can play (year he went to SB his rating was 91.7) he’s just unlikely to.
    _____________________
    He passed for 4 yards against the Bears and lost his job to Gabbert. Nothing else matters.

  33. Couple of thoughts on this tired story:
    1) Does Kap want to play? I haven’t heard a peep from him in months. Maybe it would help public perception if he said something….anything.
    2) If he does, what is his salary demands? We can all agree that Kap is better than some backups in this league….but at what cost? If he’s asking for 8-12M…that’s too much for a backup. (Hence why teams employ sometimes less talented, but cheaper options)
    3) How many players currently out of the NFL share stories about how they were treated “unfairly?” How many still grumble about how their spot on a roster was taken from them too soon? Kaepernick’s story isn’t that unique or unfair. In fact, it’s very similar to thousands of former players out there. The difference, various media members have decided to turn his story into a crusade. But in the end, it’s a story as old as time. Just no one took up the torch for those players.

  34. So, as the unquestioned face and cornerstone of that franchise, I would assume he has been in every coach and front office guys ear all year, telling them how the HAVE to bring in Kapernick has his backup, right? I mean, if the guy is so good, clearly you would want him to be there and step in if you get hurt, right Cam? I mean, it’s not like you are in danger of losing your starting position, so obviously you have been lobbying your own team to sign him, right? Not just complaining that someone else won’t do it? I mean, no way that Cam Newton is just grandstanding, right?

  35. mcconne77 says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:48 pm
    So all these people and “reporters” saying Kaepernick needs to be on a team, some team needs to sign him, etc, which team should sign him? Be specific. Make an argument who Kaepernick can replace.
    ——————–
    He’s better than the QB’s on each of the following teams. This is without question and cannot need to be argued.

    Jet
    Niners (New coaching staff but still better then what they have)
    Jags
    Bills
    Ravens (Yes, Kaep is better then Flacco)
    Dolphins
    Bears
    Chiefs
    Broncos
    Browns (Although, I am excited for Kizer)
    Cardinals
    Bengals
    Texans (Savage yes, Watson will wait and see)
    Rams (This is a gimmie)
    Vikings
    Eagles (Not sold on Wentz yet, I think he’s Alex Smith #2)
    Redskins (Yes, he’s better than Cousins. He will be exposed this year with no DJax)

  36. cosmicconvoy says:
    September 5, 2017 at 4:00 pm
    Kaep had a team and a high-paying dream job and traded it all for a social statement. Stop feeling sorry for him. This situation is his own doing.

    __________________

    No, he made his social statement and still had his high paying dream job. He then decided to opt out of his contract. He opted out at a time when he is/was a PR nightmare, and after he lost his job to Blaine Gabbert, TWICE

  37. Can someone please ask Cam Newton (and most of the sports media for that matter) where it is declared that anyone is owed a roster spot in the NFL?

    Actions have consequences. If you use your position as a professional athlete on company time to promote pet causes, fans, coaches and owners generally react in a negative manner towards that.

  38. Ya your right Karlpk, you should teach your kids this great lesson. If you have the moral fortitude to stand up for human injustices then you should proudly accept the negative repercussions that come with it. Even moreso, if you’re a bonehead who hasn’t played football, don’t get paid to evaluate talent, then you have a valid opionion on who’s good and who’s not. Now I don’t think Kap is the best football player in the world, but he had a pretty good campaign in 2016 with Torrey Smith as a No. 1 receiver, which is an awesome joke in itself. The whole ideaology that he can’t fit in teams system is rather false, he’s a pretty cerebral player who can adjust as seen in Chip Kelly’s bonehead system. Also the whole ideology that football fans don’t want Kap in the NFL is a complete farce. Matter of fact, his signing actually might endear a team to a new demographic of fans, and honestly could be a marketing wonder. I mean the guy did finish in the top 15 in jersey sales a season ago right and that’s a fact not a baseless opinion of no merit?

  39. deepizzaguy says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:31 pm
    Come on Cameron Newton just tell these reporters “no comment” about controversial issues and lead your football team to beat up my “Saints” when you come to New Orleans this year.

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    I couldnt agree more!!!! SMH

  40. tonyzendejas says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:17 pm
    Kaep dug his hole, now he must reside in it.

    To be fair, he’s in that hole because a huge percentage of American sports fans A) misunderstand the purpose of Kaep’s “protest” B) misunderstand what the national anthem represents and C) would rather boo a kneeling football player than consider the reality of what Kaep is protesting.
    —————————————————–
    OR
    D) The huge percentage of American Sports fan know exactly where the ideology behind Kaepernick’s protest comes from, a post modernist and cultural relativist line of thought that has absolutely no basis in fact, cannot be supported by any statistics that do not omit other KEY statistics, and is the core belief system of the political violence that threatens to tear this country apart which is supported by globalist billionaires and corporations whose main goal is total subjugation of the entire human race for their own personal power.

  41. Dear NLF Players:

    He walked away form a team, some might say he is a quitter. funny how he hasn’t said anything about any of this.

    Signed the people who are sick of you and this whining.

  42. If he was good enough to be worth putting on a roster, he would be on a roster.

    Cam is confusing “Fair” with “Nice.” “Fair” means you reap what you sow. “Nice” means you get something good despite creating a toxic persona.

  43. Carson Palmer was able to get his brother a job with the Bengals. Even someone like Bill Belichick has given the Gronkowskis a look.

    Cam Newton, put your money where your mouth is. You could say you’re holding out until Colin Kaepernick gets signed to be your backup, but you know you won’t do that. You know you’d lose respect in the locker room if you threw Derek Anderson, someone who has been a loyal teammate, not a distraction and ready to go when needed, under the bus.

  44. When you insult a large sector of society, that being law enforcement and our military, you run the risk of the people that you offended not wanting to pay to see you do anything, regardless of how good you are. The NFL owners get that.

  45. “Of course, Kaepernick isn’t, and most active players would likely agree with that.”

    It’s a fact Kaep isn’t a starting QB. It’s also a fact that he isn’t on an NFL team. Hopefully active players are smart enough to agree with a fact.

  46. I don’t get why more people don’t say “It’s both/and.” Yeah, Kaepernick could be a PR challenge for an owner running his business, and that’s part of why he isn’t playing. His actions caused this. Yeah, Kaepernick is better than most every backup and probably some starters. The fallout from his actions prove the NFL isn’t “just about football.” It’s both/and.

  47. @
    variant703 says:
    September 5, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    mcconne77 says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:48 pm
    So all these people and “reporters” saying Kaepernick needs to be on a team, some team needs to sign him, etc, which team should sign him? Be specific. Make an argument who Kaepernick can replace.
    ——————–
    He’s better than the QB’s on each of the following teams. This is without question and cannot need to be argued.

    Jet
    Niners (New coaching staff but still better then what they have)
    Jags
    Bills
    Ravens (Yes, Kaep is better then Flacco)
    Dolphins
    Bears
    Chiefs
    Broncos
    Browns (Although, I am excited for Kizer)
    Cardinals
    Bengals
    Texans (Savage yes, Watson will wait and see)
    Rams (This is a gimmie)
    Vikings
    Eagles (Not sold on Wentz yet, I think he’s Alex Smith #2)
    Redskins (Yes, he’s better than Cousins. He will be exposed this year with no DJax)
    __________________________________________________________________________________

    Really? This must be a joke. “cannot be argued” Really? That is simply not true at all.

  48. Yes Cam lets be “fair”. How about you go to the owners. Offer to bring Cap in at no extra cost, you’ll give him half your pay.
    You two can spilt snaps equally this year, just be be fair.

    How’s that work for you????

  49. I suspect we all knew that Glam Cam would be the next to chime in , potentially last place Panthers need to give Glam Cam something to talk about ……

  50. gotitan says:
    September 5, 2017 at 5:09 pm
    @
    variant703 says:
    September 5, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    mcconne77 says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:48 pm
    So all these people and “reporters” saying Kaepernick needs to be on a team, some team needs to sign him, etc, which team should sign him? Be specific. Make an argument who Kaepernick can replace.
    ——————–
    He’s better than the QB’s on each of the following teams. This is without question and cannot need to be argued.

    Jet
    Niners (New coaching staff but still better then what they have)
    Jags
    Bills
    Ravens (Yes, Kaep is better then Flacco)
    Dolphins
    Bears
    Chiefs
    Broncos
    Browns (Although, I am excited for Kizer)
    Cardinals
    Bengals
    Texans (Savage yes, Watson will wait and see)
    Rams (This is a gimmie)
    Vikings
    Eagles (Not sold on Wentz yet, I think he’s Alex Smith #2)
    Redskins (Yes, he’s better than Cousins. He will be exposed this year with no DJax)
    __________________________________________________________________________________

    Really? This must be a joke. “cannot be argued” Really? That is simply not true at all.
    ——————
    Make your case that Kaep isn’t better then any of the QBs that play for those teams.

  51. The following quarterbacks won more games in the 2015-16 seasons than Kaepernick or tied him; Kaepernick was 3-12 in that span –

    Tom Brady
    Ryan Tannehill
    Ryan Fitzpatrick
    Tyrod Taylor
    Andrew Luck
    Matt Hasselback
    Brian Hoyer
    Brock Osweiler
    Marcus Mariota
    Blake Bortles
    Ben Roethlisberger
    Joe Flacco
    Andy Dalton
    Alex Smith
    Peyton Manning
    Trevor Siemian
    Philip Rivers
    Derek Carr
    Carson Wentz
    Sam Bradford
    Tony Romo
    Dak Prescott
    Eli Manning
    Kirk Cousins
    Aaron Rodgers
    Teddy Bridgewater
    Matthew Stafford
    Jay Cutler – Cutler also has more wins (12) than Kaepernick (11) in 2014 thru 2016 seasons
    Cam Newton
    Matt Ryan
    Drew Brees
    Jameis Winston
    Blaine Gabbert
    Russell Wilson
    Nick Foles
    Case Keenum
    Carson Palmer

    Other quarterbacks with two wins over fewer than ten starts in that 2015-16 span –

    Ryan Mallett
    AJ McCarron
    Paxton Lynch
    Johnny Manziel
    Matt Cassel
    Jimmy Garoppolo

    There is literally not one quarterback on an NFL roster that Kaepernick is better than, so not only is it fair that he’s not on a roster, it’s simply holding him accountable.

  52. @variant703, I asked for someone to make an argument. Here is my response the the limited reasoning you gave:

    Niners – he opted out of his contract with the Niners. Otherwise, he probably would have been cut. Not a viable option.
    Ravens – better than Flacco? Flacco beat him in the Superbowl–when Kaepernick was at his best.
    Browns – Why would Kaepernick even choose to go there? I think the fans and the Browns are excited for Kizer too. Why bring in Kaep???
    Rams – Goff was #1 overall. Rams will give him another year at least, see whay McVay can do with him.
    Eagles – Wentz was #2 overall pick, they are building around him. No way.
    Redskins – better than Cousins? hahaha. Cousins has put up great numbers the past two years? He’s got bigger, younger WR’s now.
    Texans – Just drafted a QB in the first round. Why would they be interested?

  53. 1trojan33usc says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:02 pm
    An absolute ridiculous situation ! I agree, especially a team that went out and signed Jay Cutler…….wow.
    ———————-

    You may think Kaepernick is better than Cutler (most would disagree) but there are 2 things about the Dolphins situation no one can argue with. Cutler is familiar with Gase’s offense and he has not deeply offended the Cubano population that makes up more than 50% of the Miami metro area. Wow indeed, maybe next time give your examplea little though posting.

  54. Cam should insist his own team sign CK so there would be no fall-off when/if he suffers an injury this year. After all, isn’t having TWO starting QBs better than having only ONE starter plus a back-up? Who knows, maybe CK would even improve the Panthers offense! Plus, it’s still questionable exactly what shape Cam’s shoulder is in at this time.

  55. I’ll make an unquestionable case for Kaepernick not being as good as the before mentioned list.

    All those guys…..are employed. Capt. anti-America is not

  56. When a quarterback with a 2/23 win/loss record over the last 2 years and having pissed off half of the population of America by kneeling during the National Anthem… he will find it nearly IMPOSSIBLE to get a job in the NFL. 2/23… com on man!😖 I don’t want my favorite team to hire him. I watch NFL games for entertainment, not racial debates.

  57. Hmmmm…a football player has an opinion. I don’t want to hear it, in fact, I don’t want to hear you speak at all. Shut up and play football. Nobody is paying you for your opinion.

  58. I don’t agree with Cam here. Kaepernick either needs to be a football player or an activist. He can’t be both. He needs to look for another line of work. I hear McDonald’s is hiring. He can be an activist all he wants there. The NFL not so much.

  59. 1trojan33usc says:
    September 5, 2017 at 3:02 pm
    An absolute ridiculous situation ! I agree, especially a team that went out and signed Jay Cutler…….wow.
    ———————-

    You may think Kaepernick is better than Cutler (most would disagree) but there are 2 things about the Dolphins situation no one can argue with. Cutler is familiar with Gase’s offense and he has not deeply offended the Cubano population that makes up more than 50% of the Miami metro area. Wow indeed, maybe next time give your examples a little though before posting.

  60. Well, Cam, bringing him in means you have to take away a roster spot for someone else…that would be equally unfair, unless you would offer your roster spot and forego your contract. No? Didn’t think so.

  61. Why can’t people get it through their thick skull that he did this to himself. The NFL is a business and Kap it BAD for business. Business 101…not that hard to understand…goodness!!

  62. Rodgers can get away with saying that about Kaep. I don’t know if many NFL fans will cut Cam any slack on his opinion.

  63. monkeesfan says:
    September 5, 2017 at 6:11 pm
    The following quarterbacks won more games in the 2015-16 seasons than Kaepernick or tied him; Kaepernick was 3-12 in that span –

    Tom Brady
    Ryan Tannehill
    Ryan Fitzpatrick
    Tyrod Taylor
    Andrew Luck
    Matt Hasselback
    Brian Hoyer
    Brock Osweiler
    Marcus Mariota
    Blake Bortles
    Ben Roethlisberger
    Joe Flacco
    Andy Dalton
    Alex Smith
    Peyton Manning
    Trevor Siemian
    Philip Rivers
    Derek Carr
    Carson Wentz
    Sam Bradford
    Tony Romo
    Dak Prescott
    Eli Manning
    Kirk Cousins
    Aaron Rodgers
    Teddy Bridgewater
    Matthew Stafford
    Jay Cutler – Cutler also has more wins (12) than Kaepernick (11) in 2014 thru 2016 seasons
    Cam Newton
    Matt Ryan
    Drew Brees
    Jameis Winston
    Blaine Gabbert
    Russell Wilson
    Nick Foles
    Case Keenum
    Carson Palmer

    Other quarterbacks with two wins over fewer than ten starts in that 2015-16 span –

    Ryan Mallett
    AJ McCarron
    Paxton Lynch
    Johnny Manziel
    Matt Cassel
    Jimmy Garoppolo

    There is literally not one quarterback on an NFL roster that Kaepernick is better than, so not only is it fair that he’s not on a roster, it’s simply holding him accountable.
    ——————–
    Not to go through the list again and pick it apart but the all the QBs you have listed have one thing in common… They actually had receivers you could name.

    You can’t base your argument on his winning record, no one could win with that roster. Not even Brady (who’s benefited the most from the Mcdaniels system).

    Lastly, give me a break with that Flacco beat him in the SB, everyone knows that was a PI and a gift wrapped SB for Ray-Ray on his way out the league.

  64. Bortles is a 4th year pro who put up 35 TDs and 4428 yards on a very bad team in 2015. He showed real potential of developing into a solid NFL starter. He regressed badly last year, but 2015 still happened. He is also still on his rookie deal and they (probably foolishly) picked up his 5th year option. His two ‘Allens’ were nothing special in 2014 or 2016.

    Kaepernick is a 7th year nobody who showed he can run around some and put up pathetic career highs of 21 TD passes and 3369 yards on a team with a solid O-line, Gore, Hyde, Boldin, Crabtree, and Davis. Their 3rd and 4th WRs were even former 1000 yard guys in Johnson and Lloyd. That D was 10th in scoring and 5th in yards. It was a complete team except for a joke QB.

    They may both be awful in the long run, but comparing them just proves you are an imbecile at NFL passer talent evaluation.

  65. Cam may be correct. Kaep had a better quarterback rating than Carson Wentz, the first player drafted in the NFL Draft………….
    But “NOBODY”, and I mean “NOBODY” would look at his skill set and choose him over Wentz.

  66. Let me translate- “If Kaep were here, I’d have a chance at winning a game playing against him, because even I can out-perform him! Please someone we play this year pick him up so I can get at least a win or two without a lot of effort!”

    Or, an alternate translation- “WAH!”

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