Colin Kaepernick & Jason Campbell
Colin Rand Kaepernick (born November 3, 1987) is an American football quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League. Jason Campbell (born December 31, 1981 in Laurel, Mississippi) is an American football quarterback for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. /5
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After suspending Ed Reed, Roger Goodell ordered Colin Kaepernick and Jason Campbell to be fitted for flags before tonight's
San Francisco 32, Chicago 7: In his first career start, Colin Kaepernick out-dueled Jason Campbell and it was not even close. Kaepernick had 243 yards and two touchdowns to Campbell's 107 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
And with that, everyone else just went to bed. Colin Kaepernick > Jason Campbell. Niners at home > pretty much anyone else!
Battle of the Backups: How QBs Jason Campbell & Colin Kaepernick stack up -->
Who had Byron Leftwich, Jason Campbell, Colin Kaepernick, Chad Henne, Nick Foles and Charlie Batch starting games this year b4 Tim Tebow?
“So…Jason Campbell vs. Colin Kaepernick tonight. Who you got?” More like Robbie Gould vs David Akers
Sources: 49ers' Alex Smith out Chris Mortensen [ARCHIVE] ESPN | November 19, 2012 San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith will not play Monday night against the Chicago Bears because he he was unable to get clearance from a neurologist one week after suffering a concussion, according to sources. Colin Kaepernick will start in Smith's place in a game that will also feature Jason Campbell as the Bears' starter because Jay Cutler has been declared out, also because of a concussion. Smith, who is ranked third in the NFL with a 104.1 passer rating, practiced in a non-contact black jersey last week and took part in most of the drills involving the first-team offense. Smith, who has made 28 consecutive starts, was injured during the first half of a 24-24 tie with the St. Louis Rams in Week 10 and left the game midway through the second quarter. Kaepernick replaced Smith after the injury and was 11 of 17 for 117 yards and rushed for 66 yards and a touchdown against St. Louis. Information from The Associated Pr ...
And so it's Bears vs. Niners, Jason Campbell vs. Colin Kaepernick.
The big "Monday Night Football" showcase next week could feature a quarterback matchup of journeyman Jason Campbell of the Bears vs. untested Colin Kaepernick of the 49ers. Not exactly the creme de la creme of the NFC. Why? Concussions, of course. Twenty-five percent of NFL games Sunday saw a starting QB leave with a concussion. Two were Chicago's Jay Cutler and San Francisco's Alex Smith, whose teams play each other next Monday. Both stayed in the games Sunday for several plays after what appeared to be head-rattling hits. Smith even threw a touchdown pass while playing with blurred vision before he departed, according to coach Jim Harbaugh. The NFL looked into the Cutler and Smith cases — and Philadelphia's Michael Vick, the third quarterback who got a concussion this weekend — and came away satisfied that the proper protocol was followed. Another noteworthy player, Bills running back Fred Jackson, took a late hit to the head in a loss at the New England Patriots. He was examined Monday — a day af ...
You thought this MNF game was great, wait for Colin Kaepernick vs. Jason Campbell next week. First team that passes the 50 wins.
I have a feeling the 49ers are gonna whoop the Bears *** Colin Kaepernick>Jason Campbell
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So who else is excited for a Jason Campbell - Colin Kaepernick week 11 Monday Night Football matchup!?
Byron Leftwich vs. Matt Cassel are the NFL Game of the Week QB's right now. Next week? Jason Campbell vs. Colin Kaepernick. Fantastic.
The road to a playoff bye is rarely a smooth one. The top teams in the NFC were reminded of that in Week 10. The Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, and New York Giants all failed to come away with wins on Sunday. (The 49ers kissed their division sisters.) Concussions suffered by quarterbacks Jay Cutler and Alex Smith loom especially large. We could see a matchup of backups Colin Kaepernick and Jason Campbell on "Monday Night Football" next week. With their easy schedule and great play at home, the Falcons can survive their slip-up in New Orleans. The 49ers remain two up in the loss column on Seattle in the NFC West and don't rely on their quarterback play that much. They can live without Smith. The Giants are used to second-half drama. It's what they do. The Bears are the team to worry about most here. They have the Packers coming fast in the rearview mirror and a brutal schedule coming up, with five straight games against winning teams. Chicago relies on Cutler's big arm to overcome ina ...
Can't wait for the showdown of NFC powerhouses next week as... Jason Campbell battles Colin Kaepernick? Ummm... about that...
Jason Campbell versus Colin Kaepernick! I don't think this is the showdown that the NFL wants for next weeks Monday Night Football clash
so it seems like our Jay Cutler vs. Alex Smith showdown is turning into Colin Kaepernick vs. Jason Campbell...anyone else thrilled about this...didn't think so.
Cutty left the game tonight concussed, Alex Smith left the game today concussed...Could it be, that next Monday night, we have the pleasure of watching Colin Kaepernick vs Jason Campbell?!? Bear down anyway!!!
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