Your Sunday was probably better than Colin Kaepernick's

Three and Out: Injuries aplenty; passing woes; Aldon's role

Your Sunday was probably better than Colin Kaepernick's
November 10, 2013, 8:00 pm
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The 49ers lost, Colin Kaepernick threw for 91 yards, he was sacked 6 times, and he became the first quarterback this year to be called for a facemask personal foul. (USA TODAY IMAGES)

If that was the best Richie Incognito could do for an explanation, we wait in anticipation for the next one in which he says, “Wait, you think I did all this ALONE?” Because that’s the next shoe to drop in this Nike outlet of a mess – that there are other Dolphins in this, and that the organization looked the other way when it wasn’t suggesting teammates fight to settle disputes.

But hey, let’s keep it simple – one victim, one perp. Maybe someone will buy that.

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Colin Kaepernick’s day was lousy enough without him becoming the first quarterback this year to be called for a facemask personal foul. He did not say this, but sources close to him say he is also hoping to get a targeting and a hitting a defenseless player penalty before the playoffs start.

[RELATED: 49ers' passing game unsightly in loss to Panthers]

In a surprisingly yet unrelated development, his average words per question after the game was a scandalously high 17.2. He’ll have to get that back around 12 before January.

 

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In the meantime, the Raiders continue to pose the question, “Why are the A’s known as the ones who throw the pies? Don’t we do that well enough?” The answer, if you saw the Giants game Sunday, is a resounding yes.

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Locals will get this: I think it will be awhile before I hear the word “feminization” and not think of it as the third rail of radio talk show hosts.

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More 49ers: If you’ve watched the Saints try to stop the run, you’ll know that the running game will be decent at the very least Sunday in the Dome du la Super. But Kaepernick’s passing numbers may, if anything, be worse.

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More Raiders: They’re at Houston, and I’ve got nothing else for you on that one. Nor should anyone else.

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And finally, pending the outcome of Monday night’s Pool Of Cess in Tampa, ain’t it good to be a JAGUAR?

Or for that matter, a Ram, a Viking, a Steeler, a Raven or an Eagle? The NFL – a drunkard’s dream if I ever did see one.