Were it not for the winless Cleveland Browns the Colin Kaepernick led San Francisco 49ers would be the worst team in pro football. The Niners were massacred by the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in a game that wasn’t as close as the 41-13 score would indicate, leaving the team searching for answers.
Good thing that they have an on-staff philosopher in the cop-hating, Castro-loving oppressed multimillionaire and the militant mulatto chimed in after the game with his two cents about what’s needed for a return to greatness.
According to 49er fan blog 247 Sports “Kaepernick: We have to create a culture of winning”:
Following his team’s 41-13 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick cited the need for the team to create a culture of winning.
Kaepernick was asked by a reporter how far away he felt the 49ers were to competing, and his answer included a stated need for the team to change its culture.
“That’s always hard to tell,” Kaepernick said. “It can be pieces here and there that make a huge difference, and it can also be the culture of this team changing, which it needs to. We have to be able to create our opportunities and go out and create wins for our team.”
The 49ers fell to their 13th consecutive loss on Sunday and are two losses away from posting a franchise-worst 1-15 record. The franchise seems destined to make major changes at the end of the season, regardless of the on-field results the rest of the way.
“We have to create a culture of winning, and winning by any means,” Kaepernick said. “Right now, our culture isn’t that. We have to be able to improve and create that.”
That culture of winning could be aided by the organization cutting out the cancer in it’s locker room. Kaepernick has been a distraction since the day that he chose to wipe his ass with the flag and wear his hatred for law enforcement officers on his pig socks. It’s tough for a team to overcome a weekly media circus like the one that Kaepernick has generated and will continue to generate for as long as he is wearing the red and gold.
Given the dumpster fire of a 2016 season it would be wise for the 49ers to move on from Kaepernick next year. That move was greatly aided by their resident anarchist’s stunning decision to opt out of his contract in order to test the free agency waters. It’s hard to believe that any team would want to subject itself to the carnival of perversion that Kaepernick would bring so he may be looking at a gig in the Canadian Football League.
San Francisco is now 1-13 and 0 for Kaepernick who logged his ninth straight loss. Those are hardly the numbers befitting of a guy who made $12 this year along with a $2 million roster bonus.
Barring a Christmas miracle in Cleveland it looks as though the 49ers are a lock for the second overall pick in what should be a quarterback heavy draft.
San Fran closes at the Rams and home against the Seahawks so 2-14 is as good as it’s gonna get.
Originally published at Downtrend.com