San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick ran for a NFL record 181 yards against the Green Bay Packers last year in the divisional round of the playoffs.
In a sit-down with Peter King of TheMMQB.com, Kaepernick said he started to hear the Packers’ defensive players start to yell at each other as to why no one could stop him.
It got to a point,” Kaepernick says, “where we could hear [the Packers’ defenders] arguing while we were in our huddle. ‘You’re supposed to do this,’ or ‘You have to do this, then the other.’ At that point, our offense was like, It’s over. As soon as you start turning on your teammates, you’re not going to be productive. You know you have them in the palm of your hands.
Kaepernick also weighed in on the last play of the Super Bowl that many outside of Baltimore believed should of been flagged.
I’m not going to comment on it, but you’re asking the question for a reason,” Kaepernick told King of that play. “Still not really over it. It feels like something was stolen.
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