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What You Might've Missed: How to rush, and how not to rush, Colin Kaepernick

Posted Jan 10, 2014

The Packers were beaten in the playoffs by 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick's legs once again, as it was his key scrambles in the NFC Wild Card playoff game that made the difference in San Francisco's last-second 23-20 victory.

In this week's season-ending edition, I take a closer look at the plays in which the Packers successfully rushed Kaepernick and sacked him, along with similar pressure packages on which the Packers' execution wasn't as clean, and Kaepernick took advantage.

To see previous editions of "What You Might've Missed," click here.


 
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