They all got blown to smithereens by the Ravens on Sunday. Most likely not on purpose, but that argument is dust in the wind now.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, in a question-and-answer session with season-ticket holders in Baltimore, gave all kinds of insight into how the team was searching its soul and reaching out for guidance on whether the franchise could withstand Kaepernick’s presence.
A good deal of it was patently ridiculous, borderline panicky and the textbook definition of pandering. (That’s been discussed in other contexts at other times, and will be again.) But not a word of it had anything to do with whether he was good enough to play there.
Otherwise, in their time of need that they’re hoping doesn’t grow into desperation (thanks to Joe Flacco’s sudden back problems), the Ravens wouldn’t even think about him.
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