Can Anyone Left in the Playoffs Stop Dynamic Dual-Threat QB Colin Kaepernick?

January 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Colin Kaepernick single-handedly destroyed the Green Bay Packers on Saturday night, rushing for 183 yards, passing for 263 yards and totaling four touchdowns in the San Francisco 49ers' blowout win at home.
Kaepernick's night didn't start out as he'd hoped, though, as he threw an interception on his second pass of the night that Sam Shields returned 52 yards for the game's first score. 
The young quarterback never looked back, though. He bounced back in a major way to lead the 49ers to an easy win against a team that had only lost two games in its last 12. During the course of the game, San Francisco totaled 579 yards and kept the ball for over 38 minutes.
He also broke an NFL record for most rushing yards by a quarterback in any game in the history of the league, via ESPN Stats and Info:
Colin Kaepernick has 183 yards rushing. FROM ELIAS: Entering today, the most by a QB in ANY game was 173 by Michael Vick.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) J...

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