Anyone hear Kaep & Harbaugh's press call to Seattle Media?

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  • Wow. Just. Wow.

    Seriously, what a couple of tools. If you can find the audio, do. If you need any more reason to scream your lungs out and cause disruption, take a listen. Especially to Kaepernick's conference call to Seattle media. It's so very easy to see why they are an easy team to hate.

    I can say one thing with 100% certainty. A conference call with Carroll and Wilson to the San Francisco media would have been 1,000 times classier.
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  • This one?

    http://kiroradio.com/listen/33186/#

    Nevermind. That's from 2011.
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  • On top of that, I just read this, and Kaepernick has to be the worst QB in the league at answering interview questions. If I didn't know better, I'd think it was some 8th grade kid answering stuff.

    http://49ers.pressdemocrat.com/2013/09/ ... our-voice/
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  • They both take pride in not answering or giving anything to the media. School of belichick on this one.
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  • mretrade wrote:They both take pride in not answering or giving anything to the media. School of belichick on this one.

    You're just performing "eliteness by association" in trying to compare them to Belichick. You can still give answers that don't sound like a slow high schooler wrote them without giving stuff away.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:On top of that, I just read this, and Kaepernick has to be the worst QB in the league at answering interview questions. If I didn't know better, I'd think it was some 8th grade kid answering stuff.

    http://49ers.pressdemocrat.com/2013/09/ ... our-voice/


    Funny but they omitted the one question and response I heard.

    To paraphrase:

    Seattle Media: You've heard about the 12th Man...Were they a factor in last year's game at all?

    Kaepernick: No. We had (problems inside the huddle). It wasn't the crowd.

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  • Eliteness by association? How does that make any sense?

    You want elite?

    25-8-1

    Keep throwing your stones. As long as he wins, its a non-story.
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  • Wow..... the super sensitive fans are just something to behold.... Seriously guys, what do you want??? This is football, not girl scouts! Should they get together for tea on Saturday night before the game?? Just ridiculous!

    WHO CARES!!!

    Look what PC had to say in his interview... it's all a bunch of "yeah, Harbaugh is a great coach, Kaepernick is fantastic, blah blah blah..."

    It's all just fluff anyway... more crapola to build up the game which needs absolutely ZERO building up...

    IMO....
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  • Reminds me of the movie Bedazzled when Brendan Frazier is a basket ball player and he keeps repeating that to win they gave 110%. How many one word answers did Kap give?
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  • mretrade wrote:Eliteness by association? How does that make any sense?

    You want elite?

    25-8-1

    Keep throwing your stones. As long as he wins, its a non-story.

    42-13 beotch, be prepared to watch your little team get embarassed on nation TV AGAIN!
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  • LOL 42-13 is irrelevant after this game. Are you going to be fixated on a game that meant little three years from now? 49er fans dont care because in the end you were qatching our team in the big game from your couch.
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  • mretrade wrote:LOL 42-13 is irrelevant after this game. Are you going to be fixated on a game that meant little three years from now? 49er fans dont care because in the end you were qatching our team in the big game from your couch.


    I enjoyed the Superbowl. Watching the 49ers get stomped was the 2nd best thing to the Hawks being there.
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  • These 2 make make it so easy to truly dislike this team.
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  • .........

    Seriously? Still?
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  • mretrade wrote:Eliteness by association? How does that make any sense?

    You want elite?

    25-8-1

    Keep throwing your stones. As long as he wins, its a non-story.

    Since you apparently lack the ability to read for context, I was referring specifically to the quality of their interviews.
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  • mretrade wrote:LOL 42-13 is irrelevant after this game.

    Then so are your Super Bowl wins after you played those teams you beat again.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    mretrade wrote:LOL 42-13 is irrelevant after this game.

    Then so are your Super Bowl wins after you played those teams you beat again.


    Bravo, Roland. Bravo.
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  • LOL it doesn't take much to set you guys off.
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  • Aros wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:On top of that, I just read this, and Kaepernick has to be the worst QB in the league at answering interview questions. If I didn't know better, I'd think it was some 8th grade kid answering stuff.

    http://49ers.pressdemocrat.com/2013/09/ ... our-voice/


    Funny but they omitted the one question and response I heard.

    To paraphrase:

    Seattle Media: You've heard about the 12th Man...Were they a factor in last year's game at all?

    Kaepernick: No. We had (problems inside the huddle). It wasn't the crowd.

    Lordy. :34853_doh:


    Really did seem like a combo of both. Noise was messing up the communication, but really, they were incredibly unprepared. The noise shouldnt have messed them up that much.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    mretrade wrote:LOL 42-13 is irrelevant after this game.

    Then so are your Super Bowl wins after you played those teams you beat again.


    LOL. You are comparing 42-13 to winning championships. Seriously? Give me your address so I can send you a trophy with 42-13 on it for your empty trophy case. Are you guys really that obsessed with beating us that you are comparing one regular season game to a superbowl? Wow, I am floored. I am sure Richard Sherman will remember 42-13 when he retires.Does he get a regular season ring?
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  • mretrade wrote:
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    mretrade wrote:LOL 42-13 is irrelevant after this game.

    Then so are your Super Bowl wins after you played those teams you beat again.


    Are you guys really that obsessed with beating us that you are comparing one regular season game to a superbowl?


    Should we not be obsessed with beating you? Isn't that the point of playing your team?

    When we bring up how we pounded you guys to oblivion last season, all you bring up is how you fared against other opponents. We're obsessed with beating the 49ers. We don't care how the 49ers did against other teams.
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  • the only added benefit to beating the Seahawks is the fact itd a division opponent. Otherwise, its just another game. I care about going as far as possible in the playoffs. That is what matters.
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  • mretrade wrote:the only added benefit to beating the Seahawks is the fact itd a division opponent. Otherwise, its just another game. I care about going as far as possible in the playoffs. That is what matters.


    Seriously, why the hell are you on here? To be a stupid troll? Go back to your 9ers forum and talk sh-t there, we don't want your sh-t here.
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  • I am not trolling. I enjoy talking football and have every right to be here as long as I follow the rules and I am.
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  • mretrade wrote:the only added benefit to beating the Seahawks is the fact itd a division opponent. Otherwise, its just another game. I care about going as far as possible in the playoffs. That is what matters.


    So I'm right to assume you've posted over 400 times in the Cardinals forum as well?
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  • mretrade wrote:I am not trolling. I enjoy talking football and have every right to be here as long as I follow the rules and I am.

    BS! You are fooling no one ninnies troll!
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  • Did you see how crazy rolands statement was?
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  • Kakaww wrote:
    mretrade wrote:the only added benefit to beating the Seahawks is the fact itd a division opponent. Otherwise, its just another game. I care about going as far as possible in the playoffs. That is what matters.


    So I'm right to assume you've posted over 400 times in the Cardinals forum as well?


    Bam! Great one. :lol:
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  • Except I follow the Seahawks a lot closer than the Cardinals since I grew up on Mercer Island and all my friends are Seahawk fans.
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  • As a Hawks fan, I will be the first to admit that a 42-13 regular season beat down... Well, let's just say I would trade that for what you've got in your trophy case... Not all of us are THAT obsessed with last years win, although it was still nice....

    Now, however, it doesn't mean jack.....
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  • Oh, you are one of "those".... Neat!
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  • Sports Hernia wrote:Oh, you are one of "those".... Neat!



    Possibly like a good friend of mine who renounced his birthright to be a Hawk fan because he was too much of a wuss to handle the down years and instead bandwagon jumped a more popular team?
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  • mretrade wrote:
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    mretrade wrote:LOL 42-13 is irrelevant after this game.

    Then so are your Super Bowl wins after you played those teams you beat again.


    LOL. You are comparing 42-13 to winning championships. Seriously? Give me your address so I can send you a trophy with 42-13 on it for your empty trophy case. Are you guys really that obsessed with beating us that you are comparing one regular season game to a superbowl? Wow, I am floored. I am sure Richard Sherman will remember 42-13 when he retires.Does he get a regular season ring?

    I doubt you were even alive when SF won any of its Lombardis from decades ago! You act like a "new fan" that discovered a team because they were winning!
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  • Did I miss something? What the hell did they say?
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  • mretrade wrote:I am as die hard as they get.

    I even was in the third row wearing a 49ers jersey behind the bench at Qwest for this game and I stayed the entire game.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/b ... 260sea.htm

    I have been a 49er fan since birth.

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  • 1988.
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  • mretrade wrote:1988.

    Ah makes sense
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  • Coug_Hawk08 wrote:
    Aros wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:On top of that, I just read this, and Kaepernick has to be the worst QB in the league at answering interview questions. If I didn't know better, I'd think it was some 8th grade kid answering stuff.

    http://49ers.pressdemocrat.com/2013/09/ ... our-voice/


    Funny but they omitted the one question and response I heard.

    To paraphrase:

    Seattle Media: You've heard about the 12th Man...Were they a factor in last year's game at all?

    Kaepernick: No. We had (problems inside the huddle). It wasn't the crowd.

    Lordy. :34853_doh:


    Really did seem like a combo of both. Noise was messing up the communication, but really, they were incredibly unprepared. The noise shouldnt have messed them up that much.


    that's they key word there. *Unprepared* -- as in unprepared for the incredible sound volume that C-link has to offer. It's well known that C-link is probably the most difficult place to play as an offense. that was true before C-link was built and Seattle was back in the old Dome. I don't think words can adquately describe playing your first game at C-link - ever. You have to play in that environment to prepare for it. I belive it was his first ever game as a starting QB at C-link. Prior to that he was a backup. I think that was something he was totally unprepared for and it showed in his game. It was a bad day all around for the entire team. Seattle took it to the 49ers and it's one of the more embarassing games in 49er history.
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  • mretrade wrote:Except I follow the Seahawks a lot closer than the Cardinals since I grew up on Mercer Island and all my friends are Seahawk fans.


    I know plenty of Niner fans, some from WA, some not... they are ALL obsessed with beating the Seahawks this year. Face it, week 16 created doubt. You're hoping to feel better and not worse after Sunday.

    I hope your friends razz the shit out of you until we come to Candlestick. I know they'll do it to me if we lose.
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  • HawkFan72 wrote:
    mretrade wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:Then so are your Super Bowl wins after you played those teams you beat again.


    Are you guys really that obsessed with beating us that you are comparing one regular season game to a superbowl?


    Should we not be obsessed with beating you? Isn't that the point of playing your team?

    When we bring up how we pounded you guys to oblivion last season, all you bring up is how you fared against other opponents. We're obsessed with beating the 49ers. We don't care how the 49ers did against other teams.

    It's alright being obsessed with beating the 49ers. I understand that mindset because if you beat the 49ers, chances are you will be going deep in the playoffs. Being one of the best, a lot of teams will bring their best efforts and try to *measure* up and see how the fare and then see how they have progressed in terms of team and player development.

    Five superbowls starts with an owner that cares about winning. Not all owners do care about it, or care about it so much, that they are *personally* involved emotionally in the team. A good portion of the owners who buy a sports franchise, buy them for trophy kinds of purposes, i.e. as a asset to show off to - to other rich folks. Only a very few really want to win so bad that they will do everything they can to give their teams the advantage.

    As for Seattle and Superbowls, Holmgren is one of the better coaches when he was coaching. The Hawk's had the same kind of officiating issues in their superbowl that the 49ers had last year in last years superbowl. The key is for the 'Hawks in winning Superbowls to keep showing up in the playoffs - and one day get lucky enough to get into the Superbowl and win it. 49ers had 20 years of playoff appearances - only 5 superbowls. That's a less than fifty percent success rate (25%). That totally sucks.
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  • Giedi wrote:The Hawk's had the same kind of officiating issues in their superbowl that the 49ers had last year in last years superbowl.


    You don't know what the hell you're talking about.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Giedi wrote:The Hawk's had the same kind of officiating issues in their superbowl that the 49ers had last year in last years superbowl.


    You don't know what the hell you're talking about.


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  • Nah, it's more about being obsessed with HFA and winning a Super Bowl and the 49ers being in the way of those things. Your organization was great in the '80s and early '90s and has two good years recently. They were mediocre-to-bad for the first thirty or so years, then Eddie DeBartolo did some shady stuff and they were bad for another decade.

    So, while the Niners did have great success in the '80s with an all-timer coach, QB, WR, and hell, let's throw FS and FB in there too, it's not like we want to live up to the organization, which has been more bad than good in its history.

    This is not a knock on the 49er organization; just a correction of your understanding of Seahawk fans' motivations for focusing on the 49ers so much.
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  • Gieidi wrote:
    Five superbowls starts with an owner that cares about winning. Not all owners do care about it, or care about it so much, that they are *personally* involved emotionally in the team. A good portion of the owners who buy a sports franchise, buy them for trophy kinds of purposes, i.e. as a asset to show off to - to other rich folks. Only a very few really want to win so bad that they will do everything they can to give their teams the advantage.

    As for Seattle and Superbowls, Holmgren is one of the better coaches when he was coaching. The Hawk's had the same kind of officiating issues in their superbowl that the 49ers had last year in last years superbowl. The key is for the 'Hawks in winning Superbowls to keep showing up in the playoffs - and one day get lucky enough to get into the Superbowl and win it. 49ers had 20 years of playoff appearances - only 5 superbowls. That's a less than fifty percent success rate (25%). That totally sucks.
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  • Smelly McUgly wrote:Nah, it's more about being obsessed with HFA and winning a Super Bowl and the 49ers being in the way of those things. Your organization was great in the '80s and early '90s and has two good years recently. They were mediocre-to-bad for the first thirty or so years, then Eddie DeBartolo did some shady stuff and they were bad for another decade.

    So, while the Niners did have great success in the '80s with an all-timer coach, QB, WR, and hell, let's throw FS and FB in there too, it's not like we want to live up to the organization, which has been more bad than good in its history.

    This is not a knock on the 49er organization; just a correction of your understanding of Seahawk fans' motivations for focusing on the 49ers so much.


    The 49ers have a great organization right now
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