Ranter X: John Harbaugh Makes Hilarious Comment About Stopping Colin Kaepernick
Super Bowl XLVII (or “HarBowl” as some people like to call it) is right around the corner as the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens will square off against one another in New Orleans on February 3. There are plenty of headlines to keep an eye on heading into this game, but the argument can be made that no story is bigger than the development of Colin Kaepernick–which Ravens head coach John Harbaugh appears to have the perfect game plan for.
Here’s what Harbaugh had to say during Thursday’s press conference to the media:
“We’re going to have to tackle Colin Kaepernick.”
Oh really coach Harbaugh–that’s part of your game plane? Why didn’t anyone else think tackling Kaepernick would be a genius approach to take for the Super Bowl?
There’s no question Kaepernick is one of the most dangerous quarterbacks considering he’s capable of being just as dangerous on the ground as he is through the air and stopping him will be key if Baltimore has any chance of winning the Super Bowl. The Ravens saw how dangerous Kaepernick can be when he set an NFL rushing record for a quarterback in the playoffs against the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional–so tackling the quarterback will certainly be key to stopping the 49ers in this one.
Come on Harbaugh–think before you make comments like these. Otherwise, Ranter X is just going to come back at you in the future and make fun of you once again–which nobody wants to be a part of.
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