mtwarlock31

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  1. Hopefully we open the season with a bye
  2. If he wants to be a starter, what makes you think he wants to be stuck as a "mentor" to the other QBs? If he is such a great backup, why not sign behind an unstable/injury-prone QB as their backup. He legit has no shot at starting a game once those 2 get in the mix. Doesn't sound like a great path to being a starter, which he clearly wants to be.
  3. TE CB S OL WR
  4. I officially have more posts than Colin has wins. My work here is done
  5. http://www.espn.co.uk/nfl/story/_/id/18412873/nfl-tv-viewership-drops-average-8-percent-season "Prior to the Nov. 8 election, NFL games -- through the first nine weeks -- were down 14 percent compared to 2015. But the next eight weeks saw a recovery, as Weeks 10-17 were down only 1 percent in viewers compared to last season."
  6. Where is your 2%. I want answers.
  7. http://www.espn.co.uk/nfl/story/_/id/18412873/nfl-tv-viewership-drops-average-8-percent-season "Prior to the Nov. 8 election, NFL games -- through the first nine weeks -- were down 14 percent compared to 2015. But the next eight weeks saw a recovery, as Weeks 10-17 were down only 1 percent in viewers compared to last season."
  8. Please name ONE GAME that you refused to watch this year that was in Prime time due to someone protesting. Please. I guarantee you watched the Opening game, as did the rest of America. No one turned it off when Brandon marshall knelt. In fact, they cheered when he got hurt.
  9. I never said it wasn't down. I have listed plenty of other reasons why viewership wasn't down, not related to protests and presidential elections. Feel free to take a look at my various posts and/or take a read through the credible sources I provided, unlike other people throwing out %s and #s for the sake of it.
  10. Where do you get these percentages?
  11. Can you please provide evidence of this 2% and 70million? I have yet to meet someone who stopped watching because of the protests. I'd prefer you can support this without your made up %s that you keep throwing around. I no doubt agree that he caused a small drop of viewership, but to say it affected the whole league for an entire season is ludicrous. I also agree that no owner should give him a job, I certainly wouldn't. Who needs the headache with similar bums of his talent level currently on the market.
  12. The 49ers were 2-14. Why in the world would someone watch them if you are a non fan?!?! I'll tell you why, and it doesn't have to do with someone kneeling.
  13. No, it's going over your head. Why would Colin affect a Green Bay vs Minnesota game on Sunday night? Are you telling me because some clown in SF on a 2-14 team knelt caused significant viewership to decline for a Sunday night Dallas vs Giants game. Patriots had players protesting, how come the Superbowl viewership didn't drop 30%?
  14. I'm not denying (or agreeing with what he did) that viewership may have had a decline because of him. But to say 30% of the viewership was the cause of Colin Kapernick is absurd. There were so many other factors involved (Presidential election, bad calls, constant ads and commercials).
  15. The only reason no one is tuning in to watch the 49ers is because of their lack of talent. If they were 16-0, I can guarantee they would break viewership records in the playoffs. With or without some kneeling idiot.