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Why Colin Kaepernick Can't Win The Big Game

Today on the February 14th, 2014 Sportsnaut Unfiltered podcast show we’re talking with Amer Ajami about why Colin Kaepernick can’t win the big game. Does he run too much? Does he need better receivers? Is it the system. We’ll give you the answer. Listen into the podcast…

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So what’s the reason? TC’s theory it’s those stupid looking 59FIFTY caps that he insists on wearing. And maybe that he’s more interested in celebrity at this point in his career. After all, he’s a young kid and what young person wouldn’t love celebrity. In addition to the talk on why Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers haven’t been able to get the job done, we’ll discuss his peers like Russell Wilson, Christian Ponder (is that a joke?) and some of the similar quarterbacks that have come before him like Steve Young, Roger Staubach, and Fran Tarkenton. 

Why Colin Kaepernick Can’t Win The Big Game:

  • Kaepernick has a rocket arm, yet doesn’t use it enough
  • His legs are too talented and he’s fallen in love with them
  • He wants to be a celebrity more than a Hall of Famer
  • One word: 59FIFTY

Plus TC (your host and ringmaster) will engage Amer on the Sportsnaut.com headlines of the day including why the NFL is to blame for the inferior Madden products that EA Sports continues to release each year. The guys will also wax philosophical on the 50th Anniversary Sports Illustrated cover. Why is the Madden franchise from EA Sports gone down the toilet and Need For Speed: Rivals has already bricked TC’s PS4. Finally there’s talk some True Detective, Breaking Bad, and the Sopranos, and plus we’ll be booking our tickets to Cincinnati in an effort to see the Bengals cheerleaders performing without panties on.

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