I was going to dismiss the tats complaint as the usual prissy whining, until I googled his pics. I usually like tattoos but yes he is overly tatted, his back is completely covered. So is most of his chest and they're bad, ugly tats too, like he let a 10 yr old scribble all over him. And if they're mostly bible quotes, he must be a real freak too.
I've been watching Kaepernick since his days at Nevada.
I seriously never thought he would make it this far. He was not really on the recruitment radar.
I'm happy to see that he has gone from the Western Athletic Conference (WAC - aka nowheresville) to the NFL Playoffs, and hopefully the Superbowl.
Funny how everyone creams over the SEC, but it's a lowly WAC player who is making the headlines.
Fuck the SEC.
Those tattoos completely ruin his look.
Completely disgusting. He looks dirty and smelly.... like he just served 15 yrs for rape.
He looks so sizzling. The kind of man that would fuck your brains out, until you completely passed out and then just kept going at it like a demanding pig without nary thought for you.
Plus, last night, he handed my Packers their ass.
I knew the Packers were going to lose when, at the beginning of the 3rd quarter, the Packers went 3 and out.
Kaepernick is very impressive. I'll be curious to see how he does against a defense that actually, unlike the Packers, shows up to do thier job.
Don't even get me started on Aaaron Rodgers.
Della fuming, but will get over it.
Is his girlfriend white?
I hope he has great hygiene as I once read that turtles have all kinds of harmful germs on them. It can be bad news if a person handles them with even a small cut.
When did "heavily tattooed" and "sizzling hot" start appearing in the same sentence? He looks trashy. Maybe he was sizzling hot, but he inked that away.
Not hot, sorry.
[quote]Is his girlfriend white?
I don't know if he has a current girlfriend, but his ex-girlfriend was black.
Believe it or not, not everyone wants to date only white people.
Neither Tebow nor Kaepernick are good looking at all in my opinion, but Kaepernick is much better looking than Tebow. Tebow looks disgusting and as if he rides the short bus.
Kaepernick is a decent-looking guy with an incredible body. The turtle makes him even more likable; the tattoos detract from his appearance, however. For someone so young, he's covered a LOT of his body.
That face on Kaepernick could scare small children.
Even Andrew Luck is better looking than him.
It's amazing that a lot of these young quarterbacks aren't very attractive - Kaepernick, Luck, Bradford. It's pretty rare that a QB looks like a fashion model.
He has a much nicer anus than Tebow
"Don't even get me started on Aaron Rodgers."
When Kaepernick ran that touchdown in, the cameras went to Rodgers on the sideline, and he was just sitting there EATING SOMETHING, rolling his eyes and munching away like he didn't have a care in the world. I know you hate Favre, Della, but we never saw that kind of "whatever" attitude from him. Never!
I don't "hate" Favre. I hated how some Packers fans couldn't see that the team was right to move on from him. Hell, I was arguing the season before he shit the bed at Lambeau in overtime against the Giants that he should be traded.
Now, the problem with the offensive play calling of the Packers is going long ALL.THE.TIME in a situation where you need only a quick screen pass to move the chains.
Throwing the long pass when you need only say, 6 yards for the first down takes too long and then boom- Rodgers sacked.
Coach McCarthy better enlarge his bag of tricks, because, guess what, thier opponents have caught on to what's now, and has been, in his play call repertoire.
I'm not an anti-tattoo troll, really. But when I see people with as many tattoos as Colin, I do think "what's wrong with that person".
Why do they cover their bodies with so many tattoos? The ones on his back - he can't even see them - what's the point? How much did he spend on all of those - he could probably feed about twelve of Sally Struthers' orphans for a year! Does he think that's a good look?
I'm not the best to comment on this because I've never had any interest in tattoos, and never understood my friends who have gotten them. But they at least get one or two small things that matter to them, instead of getting ink all over their body.
R21...fuck off and die in a grease fire, homophobe. Disgusting breeder trash.
R33...it's repression. Covering their naked body in such a way that it's virtually incapable of being seen. It's anti-sexual. They have muscular bodies and are trying to desexualize them by getting hideous crucifixes and such all over them. You see this with a lot of hot younger guys who seem...confused. Or who are part of a masculinist culture that devalues sex appeal in men. Guys aren't 'supposed' to be seen as sex objects, and this is how they accommodate the culture.
He is a cool dude.
r35, that is a very bizarre stretch. the world doesn't revolve around your notions of sexual attractiveness, man.
He is average looking at best, Alex Smith is much hotter and has a great ass! I use to watch 49ers games just see his ass. Now, no more reason to watch.
Hypocrite to boot, R34? No surprise.
Larger point: Some gay men like football, douche.
You're the phobe here, asshole.
Totally turned off to all the tats...do not find him even remotely gorgeous...looks like a street thug. Good quarterback though.
(Give me Aaron Rodgers any day.)
I hate tattoos and I'm 28...nowhere near the 65 mark.
Not good looking at all and definately looks like a street thug/gang member.
Y'all, I just licked the screen while looking at those tattoo photos
"Plus, he has a pet turtle that weighs 119 pounds."
Becuase he is a raging fan of The Neverending Story.
Biggest morons are the DLers who psychofuckinanalyze everything.
For ex., "CK gets tattoos to demasculinize his body because...."
LMAO -- get a fucking grip on yourself.
Besides, why do people who hate tattoos act as if THEY have the "right answer"?
He is another Christian hypocrite. Details of his paternity suit are now emerging.
R23, he looks retarded.
[quote]He is another Christian hypocrite.
Aren't they all?
I don't care about the tats, the jesus freak stuff, the face, whatever. That body. Oh. My. God. He may as well have been naked yesterday for what was left to the imagination. The camera guys/directors obviously liked it too. I was awake all night.
When do these guys start getting tattoos? When they're 12? I mean, this is a young guy. How can your body be covered with all that crap by this age? He is cute, not doubt about that. But there's something mentally wrong with someone who wants to do that to his body.
He's hot as hell, and so is Flacco who I never got a good look at until last night after the Super Bowl. Hay-sus! Finally some real hotties in the NFL after years of pretty boy Brady, plain jane Brees and the bland Manning brothers.
He looks street trash from a Chicano gang.
Seems like a nice guy but the tattoo s make him look like ghetto trash.
Unfortunate face and the tattoos don't help. AT. ALL. I hope he enjoyed his year, the teams will adjust to him next year.
I'm a guy who really likes tattoos on a guy when it fits his overall look and vibe and the tattoos are decent, but his look like shit and he's barely average facially. Unattractive nose and his facial features are too scrunched up to the middle of his face.
But hey, whatever works for others works.
He looks like a complete freak with all those tattoos and he just added more since the Superbowl.
I don't know if he is or not but he's too Arabic looking...he looks like a terrorist.
Sorry, I'm just not attracted to the Middle Eastern "look"
r62, I am not attracted to racist bigots.
Although Kaepernick is not bad looking guy, he is certainly not "sizzlying hot" or even "very attractive"; and this perspective has nothing to do with his tats. There are far more attractive guys in the NFL than this guy!
Agreed R62. He looks like a friend of the Boston bombers.
Is he related to Kellan Lutz?
The people saying he looks like a "thug" or "ghetto trash" or so transparent.
The turtle is smiling in that second pic! Awwwwww.
Hella sexy dude
He's on the cover of this month's GQ
Yeah, he is superfine. Beautiful dude.
When I first saw him recently on the cover of a magazine (Details?), I thought "When did Novak Djokovic get all 'roided up and covered with tattoos?"
R78, why did you bump this thread three times by posting "Hot" and "Hella sexy dude"
Are you seriously so incapable of articulating thoughts that this is all you can add to the conversation?
God, what a moron.
hot to death
The smiling turtle is the cutest thing. Awwww!
"Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD."
That is a Levitical Law that is not repeated in the New Testament. It is not a moral law.
Dayum, baby. Want to snack on whatever's in those tights he's wearing!
[quote]He is another Christian hypocrite. Details of his paternity suit are now emerging.
He provided DNA and the baby wasn't his. Suit was dismissed.
He may have thug-looking tattoos, but he's not. He seems unusually smart for an NFL player. The guy graduated from college in 4 years with a real degree. If Ivies go out of their way to recruit...
[quote]Dartmouth, Harvard and Yale recruited him hard, but Kaepernick's dream was to play Division I football.
[quote] Just before the draft, an ESPN researcher gathering info on Kaepernick asked coach Harris about the tattoos. Harris told her, "Look, he's a 4.3-GPA guy, from Wisconsin, with a pet tortoise. If you're looking for a story about a player overcoming the thug life, you've got the wrong guy."
Of course, his coach will say complimentary things, but there does seem to be more there than an average NFL meat head.
He looks so hot on the cover of GQ
He is my type. Hot bro.
Colin looks so hot with facial hair.
Nice body under the atrocious tattoos, face not so much.
Can't stand hearing yet another hot thing about Colin Kaepernick. The smiling tortoise pet is the last straw. Everyone loves him here -- even the straight dudes. Already got a serious local team sports addiction and do not need to add the Niners to that.
Colin better take charge or get punked by sexy Russell.
Around The League's own Dan Hanzus kick-started a national storyline this week when he noticed that Colin Kaepernick was "favoriting" all the hateful messages he was receiving on Twitter.
On Thursday night, Kaepernick responded in the best way possible during San Francisco's 35-11 rout over the St. Louis Rams. The 49ers quarterback converted a handful of third-and-long plays to extend two lengthy touchdown drives. After the game, NFL Media's Rich Eisen asked Kaepernick about all of the quarterback's Twitter critics.
"That's all right," Kaepernick said. "They can tweet to me tonight."
Kaepernick's No. 7 is the NFL's No. 1 Selling Jersey
That face is rough. I see hotter guys everyday either working landscape jobs, or construction, or at the gym.
Maybe he's famous hot? The media says he's hot, therefore we believe it?
I lurk, so not a regular member. Didn't mean to drop and run. Apologies.
I have to be careful as to what I say. The stigma of gays in the NFL is not just amongst players, so I just have to wonder if there are colleagues here or not.
Anyway, not sure what more you want to hear? I posted because this very conversation came up just a few days ago at work. My colleagues have regular contact with both teams and players. Kap apparently works the PR angle well with the media, but in reality, when no one is watching, not a nice guy.
Disappointing all around, including to my colleagues, because the "mild mannered local boy makes it big" story is our bread and butter. We want that stuff to be real too. I cannot speculate as to whether the fast rise and great success went to his head or not, so maybe this is a recent development. We never had dealings with him before he was the starter.
I can give you an added aside that some of the stadium workers grew up with him and played against him as a kid, particularly in baseball, where he excelled. They volunteered the same story. Arrogant, etc.
But then again, kissing the guns after a touchdown isn't exactly humble, is it?
[quote]But then again, kissing the guns after a touchdown isn't exactly humble, is it?
No, it's not. That's interesting. But, his being arrogant doesn't surprise me. He looks it.
[quote]I have to be careful as to what I say. The stigma of gays in the NFL is not just amongst players, so I just have to wonder if there are colleagues here or not.
So, the world of sports isn't exactly as gay friendly as they let on?
"So, the world of sports isn't exactly as gay friendly as they let on?"
Not in the NFL. But that's not news.
Does Aaron Rodgers still have a "roommate"?
So, when gay sports journalists like Cyd Ziegler talk write about how gay friendly the sports world is, he's basically embellishing? I am not sure if you're familiar with him, but he's one of the few gay sports writers next to LZ Granderson. But, his stories always revolve around how gay friendly even the NFL is. I do get the impression he's not as integrated with the sports world as he lets on.
Kaepernick has had to come down to earth a little bit.
Seattle really kicked their asses.
R121, his roommate is very obviously gay. If the NFL is not as gay friendly as stated, I hope he is treated with respect. It would not surprise me if he was closeted even though his "closetedness" is laughable.
Thanks, R118. That is disappointing. Maybe it's success that's gone to a youngster's head quickly. You are so right about the "mild mannered local boy makes it big." I'm in N. Cal and have followed his story a bit. It's the stuff that dreams are made of. The pit of Turlock to a so so football school to QB the '49ers.
Not familiar with his work. Links to examples? I'd like to read them.
Couldn't comment on how integrated in sports he is, sorry.
My experience with the NFL is that the good 'ole boys still reign supreme: on the field, in the front offices and in the TV world that broadcasts the games. Modern gladiators, no pussies allowed...
Cannot speak to the written press that covers it. Perhaps that is where things are different?
I think other sports may be different. IMHO, the first sign of an open minded sport comes from the front office staff, and the integration of women into positions of power. The gay tolerance seems to follow thereafter. I don't know why, but after 20 years in the business, that's how I've seen it unfold.
R126, he's at this site:
[quote]I think other sports may be different. IMHO, the first sign of an open minded sport comes from the front office staff, and the integration of women into positions of power. The gay tolerance seems to follow thereafter. I don't know why, but after 20 years in the business, that's how I've seen it unfold.
That makes perfect sense.
I would like to add that I've seen women in great positions of power at top NCAA Div 1 school working with male sports (football, basketball, baseball), women calling college football games and female PR directors in the NBA as far back as 20 years ago.
In the NFL, the only example I've seen in 20 years is Amy Trask from the Raiders, and she too is now gone. Plus, she had no real power IMHO, as Al Davis ran that organization from stem to stern. Aside from very few female owners over the years, there is not much progress going on in the NFL. Even Denise Debartolo York ceded control of the 49ers to her idiot husband and then her son.
R127, after their major change in format, linking to Outsports is akin to linking to Perez Hilton. It is no longer relevant, no longer cares about the users that helped make it what it was when it was an unknown site and is now beholden to the industry on which it first reported in a new and probing manner.
Meant to add... And I have found all of those other sports to be more gay-friendly than the NFL.
Thanks, R128. Really fascinating.
So, this explains Kerry Rhodes hesitation to come out. This is very sad, but makes sense.
So, say a high-profile athlete comes out like Aaron Rodgers, does this change the environment in the NFL, or would he lost favorability or sponsors? Are sponsors homophobic?
R129, I ask about Cyd Ziegler because he's the only gay sports journalist that's really out there besides LZ Granderson. And, he's not like Perez because he doesn't out anybody. Which maybe he should?
Yes, sponsors are homophobic, but not openly. That's the shitty part.
I think the climate in the US is shifting so much that many are aware of the need not to appear homophobic, but are homophobic. So I think there would be an initial show of support for the client. And then the contract would quietly not be renewed.
I'll tell you right now: no prominent, active player will come out.
[quote]I think the climate in the US is shifting so much that many are aware of the need not to appear homophobic, but are homophobic.
This is 100% true. This I have always believed. I have never believed that people are getting more accepting of gay people, I have always believed that people hide it their prejudice because it's not "in" to bash gay people like it used to be.
[quote]So I think there would be an initial show of support for the client. And then the contract would quietly not be renewed.
So, maybe this explains Kerry Rhodes not getting signed post-Hollywood (his lover) outing him, or Jason Collins not getting signed.
[quote]I'll tell you right now: no prominent, active player will come out.
Interesting. I always thought that a pro-athlete, currently playing and an integral part of the team like a successful quarterback would be outed, he would not come out on his own.
I wonder to what extent the NFL is more homophobic due to having more fundamentalist/conservative Christians in the sport. Football is king in the bible belt and red states. I've read of them in the NFL (Brees and Rodgers among them), but not so much the NBA.
My sense is that the NBA is light years ahead of the other leagues. Kenneth Fareed openly supports equality and doesn't seem to get any flack. Kobe Bryant was fined for calling a ref (or was it a player?) a faggot. But he was fined immediately and was contrite. He also called out someone on his twitter feed for using the word. He and Pau Gasol both congratulated Collins when he came out. Collins hasn't been picked up, but I think it has more to do with being 34 and never having been a starter.
"I have never believed that people are getting more accepting of gay people, I have always believed that people hide it their prejudice because it's not "in" to bash gay people like it used to be."
I think you are wrong here. I think many people are more accepting. I think corporate America is not, but is aware enough to know that it won't fly in the current political climate.
Similar to the post-civil rights climate of the 60s and the 70s, it starts with awareness and then become part of the culture with subsequent generations.
Progress is slow.
We must out all these MFs, the peaceful time of closets is gone! Especially when the world of sport will soon hold the official anti-gay event. Silence on homophobia in sport must be broken!
[quote]I think you are wrong here. I think many people are more accepting. I think corporate America is not, but is aware enough to know that it won't fly in the current political climate.
This is true. The way you put it, makes me think.
Coming out on your own is the right thing to do. It demonstrates character, honesty, courage -- what more could you ask for in a football player? Especially a football player that talks often about honesty or being a good leader.
[quote]I wonder to what extent the NFL is more homophobic due to having more fundamentalist/conservative Christians in the sport. Football is king in the bible belt and red states. I've read of them in the NFL (Brees and Rodgers among them), but not so much the NBA.
Aaron Rodgers, to me, is not all that he says he is.
A lot of Fortune 200 companies filed amicus briefs with the Supreme Court in support of the equality cases.
R135, I think you're generally correct. Brees is an openly fundie Christian but is also close friends (and not just celebrity friends) with Ellen and has said his favorite show is Glee. While that's not much, it does show some openness and difference compared to other fundies. That being said, he also has done video interviews for fundie Christian publications where he extols his relationship with god and discusses, although not as vehemently as others, some fairly conservative social positions. Other than the fact you mentioned him, the other reason I mention Brees is that he has an important role with the players' union and can thus influence how the union and league address the issue of gay players.
r141, define "fundie." It seems you think that you think any committed, devout, or evangelical Christian is fundamentalist, although that would be incorrect.
r118, I just don't buy your assessment of Colin. For one thing, in a sport where athletes routinely engage in exuberant, macho celebrating and posturing in every game, why would Kaepernick's flexing his guns even be noteworthy? Every game I watch features something similar, usually multiple athletes engaging in actions that are much more Alpha Male. Football is a sport that celebrates the Alpha Male, and people love it! It is part of the show. People don't object to WWE wrestlers having swag, and neither do they when football players exude athletic confidence. Look at Geno Smith, RGIII, Cam Newton, Mike Vick, Aaron Rodgers, or Ryan Tannehill. They are nice dudes, but they are not meek about their teams and their talents. Confidence and overt swagger are part of the game and image.
Not my assessment, r143, but that of my co-workers who have met and dealt with him. My job does not put me in direct contact with active players very often.
But you are absolutely entitled to your opinion. C'est la vie.
PS, my point about kissing his guns was to underscore how I maybe should not have been surprised when I heard this.
Did it please me? No. Because I am a fucking Pollyanna and want to believe that people are what they present to be. I am often disappointed.
I liked Kap's image and love the 49ers. So no, it doesn't thrill me to know it either. Not the first time it's happened. Won't be the last.
[quote], define "fundie." It seems you think that you think any committed, devout, or evangelical Christian is fundamentalist, although that would be incorrect.
You got that from my comment? Oh, dear. If you must believe I'm that dumb, go ahead.
So cool that his jersey is best-selling in the NFL.
[quote]So cool that his jersey is best-selling in the NFL.
He just kissed his guns.
And Cam Newton does the superman thing when he runs it into the endzone. And Victor Cruz salsas in the endzone. And other players point to the sky when they make a great play. It's football. Bravado and machismo are an overt part of the game, and the fans love it! It's football!
He and Peyton are the best quarterbacks in the NFL
They play the Titans today
He ran. He threw. He conquered.
Colin Kaepernick did it all Sunday, rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for another to lead the San Francisco 49ers to their fifth straight victory, 42-10 over the winless Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.
''The offensive line did a great job, made it easy for me,'' said Kaepernick, who led the 49ers to the Super Bowl last year. ''I think this is one of the first game that we started that fast.''
Kaepernick ended up with 164 yards passing and 54 yards rushing, Frank Gore also ran for two scores and 71 yards, while Kendall Hunter rushed for 84 yards for the 49ers (6-2).
But it was Kaepernick that made the key plays by when the team needed it early.
''He looked much like a running back, and that's great courage,'' 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said. ''You don't always see that in the quarterback position. As soon as he saw that window, he had a great dart and speed to get the ball into the end zone.''
SF continues its winning ways.
I want to see him in MEN.com's next Top To Bottom episode
For those who claim to know Kaepernick they should know that the bicep he kisses has a Bible verse tattoo on it and that is what he is kissing.
Psalm 18:39 he is kissing that psalm and its meaning. Unless he's being really tricky and really kissing himself because he is just that vain and knows he can always just say "hey I was kissing my Bible verse.
Isn't Kap's family fundie fundie?
And he won't talk to his bio-mother (white) either.
San Fran really is sputtering, losing yesterday's game to the studly Saints. There were already plenty of questions about San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and his ability to lead the offense.
Kaepernick and the 49ers did nothing to quiet those concerns Sunday during an inconsistent and error-filled 23-20 loss to the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. While there was some improvement from a week earlier against the Carolina Panthers, the second-year starter still made too many missteps at the most critical junctures against the Saints, as the defending NFC champs lost their second straight to drop to 6-4.
None were bigger than the mistakes Kaepernick made on the 49ers final possession, which paved the way for the Saints' game-winning Garrett Hartley 31-yard field goal in the waning moments.
A first down on the 49ers final drive that started with 2:06 remaining could have made all of the difference. But instead the Niners went three-and-out for the second straight possession after Kaepernick took an ill-advised sack, then came close to an intentional grounding from his own end zone while under pressure, and finally allowed himself to be pushed out of out of bounds three yards short of first down on a third-and-19 play from the 11, preserving precious time for the Saints, who were down to their last time out.
Not only did the 49ers go backwards nine yards on their final possession but they managed to take only 18 seconds off the clock, which left plenty of time for Drew Brees and the Saints.
"We had some negative plays on that last drive," said 49ers center Jonathan Goodwin, who played for the Saints from 2006-10. "The first play was a negative play, and then we had the incompletion and that puts you in third and long. And in this league third and long is a tough situation."
It was that kind of day for Kaepernick & Co., who started out with three three-and-out series to begin the game. Late in the second quarter, the 49ers seemed to find a bit of a groove that lasted through the third. But then the offense stalled again as the Saints 3-4 defense reclaimed control.
Many analysts believe Kaepernick, who a year ago made the second start of his career here at the Superdome and won, is struggling with recognition, decision-making and just overall growth in the offense. Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan certainly didn't make things easier for him with constant shifting along the front seven, sometimes standing up all of the defensive lineman, as he did last week against Dallas, to make pass rushing recognition even more difficult.
"They do a lot more on defense," said Kaepernick, who completed 17 of 31 passes for 127 yards, two touchdowns and one interception while being sacked three times. "Other than that, that's the biggest difference. They give a lot of different looks."
The Saints defense limited San Francisco to just 196 yards of total offense, marking the first time since 2000 they have held back-to-back opponents to under 200 yards of total offense.
A year ago, the 49ers put up 375 yards of offense in 56 plays during their 31-21 win over the Saints at the Superdome. Those yards were cut by nearly half in the same amount of plays Sunday.
The 49ers players said it was obvious they were facing a much different Saints defense this year, even though many of the names making the plays are the same.
"They give you multiple rushing looks, they are aggressive and they have so many different looking packages," Goodwin said. "They were a lot better than they were last year."
San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis certainly agrees. He said there is no comparison between the defense he riddled a couple of years ago in the NFC divisional playoff game. On Sunday, Davis caught just four passes for 33 yards, which included a 17-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter.
Davis ran circles around safeties Roman Harper and Malcolm Jenkins in the NFC playoff game, but he found his opportunities far more scarce Sunday.
"Totally big difference," the Pro Bowl tight end said of the Saints new defense under their first-year defensive coordinator. "The very first time we played them was in the playoffs and they would go man-to-man and leave the tight ends isolated with the safeties.
"But they switched some things around. They played great tonight."
Still, the 49ers felt as though they victimized themselves more than they were defeated by the Saints. They pointed to their errors standing between them and the win.
"I think we made it difficult on ourselves at times," said Kaepernick, who is in his third year as an NFL player but has only started the equivalent of one full season worth of games. "We didn't execute the way that we should, we didn't make plays when we had a chance."
The final series was particularly frustrating for Davis, who felt the 49ers had control going into their last possession.
"I thought we had it, we kept our faith and we thought we could get down there and get it in the end zone but it didn't work in our favor," he said. "But we can't dwell on this game. We have to leave it behind."
[quote] I want to see him in MEN.com's next Top To Bottom episode.
When he bottoms, do you think he'll kiss his guns?
shut up, r159
You want to kiss his guns don't you, R160.
Or, suck his cock
I wouldn't mind, r161, but I actually prefer to kiss my own guns, bro!
That's hilarious, broseph! And, after he uses "faggot" and comes out against gay marriage which I'm sure he will in due time, you'll probably still wanna suck his cock, brah!
r163, I never suck, but I love to get sucked, bruh.
Bro! You are all man! Holy shit!
His tight ass is made for big cock
He is still hot, despite his team's failing season.
Bro, when he gets all anti-gay and homophobic like these guys do, will still think he's hot?
r168, do you claim to be clairvoyant, man?
Answer the question brah.
[quote]after he uses "faggot" and comes out against gay marriage which I'm sure he will in due time, you'll probably still wanna suck his cock, brah!
I don't think this will be happening. The '49ers and his image people have probably beat it into him not to discuss controversial topics. He's also much brighter than the average NFL player, so I don't think he'll allow himself to be drawn into a line of questioning that would take him there.
[quote]He's also much brighter than the average NFL player, so I don't think he'll allow himself to be drawn into a line of questioning that would take him there.
Oh, so he wouldn't get all "faggot" this and "faggot" that, and get all Christian and one man and one woman, and stuff like that?
R171, it's interesting you say that because after the Chris Culliver in incident, Colin Kaepernick was silent. So, I think he's going to prove you wrong in due time. I bet $5,000 he will.
if he starts gay bashing it'll just prove he's a homo
r168, I see no indication that will ever happen, so your wild question has no relevancy to me.
By just about any metric, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is not playing as well this year as he did last year. But don’t tell that to coach Jim Harbaugh.
When a reporter asked about Kaepernick’s struggles in his second season as San Francisco’s starter, Harbaugh said he didn’t accept the premise of the question.
“I think he’s doing a heck of a job,” Harbaugh said of his first ever offensive draft selection. “I guess I’d be puzzled to why people would think that. What’s most important is what we see. I’m puzzled to why you or anybody else thinks that.”
Kaepernick has totaled just 218 passing yards during the 49ers’ current two-game losing streak. That’s less in two games than most quarterbacks average in one game. But Harbaugh says he’s pleased with the way Kaepernick plays, week in and week out, and has been since Kaepernick’s rookie year.
“He’s been consistently good,” Harbaugh said. “He’s been like that every week he’s been backup or a starter.”
Harbaugh may have Kaepernick’s back, but the reality is that the 49ers are going to need Kaepernick to play better down the stretch than he did in the last two weeks. Entering the season among the favorites to win the Super Bowl, the 49ers are now in danger of missing the playoffs. If they do miss the playoffs, a step backward for Kaepernick will be the primary reason.