Kelly: Sideshow Bob To Start

October 18th, 2016

Praying for a miracle?

If you believe 49ers chieftain Chip Kelly, he already has announced his starting quarterback against the Bucs.

That would be Sideshow Bob, also known as National Anthem-kneeling, history-challenged, Supreme Court Justice-sparring, Fidel Castro-loving Colin Kaepernick.

Kelly on Monday said Sideshow Bob “did some things you can build on.” Joe wasn’t aware that virtual p!ssing on the graves of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to allow others the freedom to express an opinion was one of those, but OK, fine. Viva el monstruo Fidel!

If Kelly was discussing Sideshow Bob’s play last week, it was, to be polite, pretty horrid. Perhaps, just perhaps, Kelly was talking about Sideshow Bob’s eight yards a carry against the Bills. Cool, but eventually Sideshow Bob is going to have to throw the ball and he wasn’t much better than putrid Blaine Gabbert.

Sideshow Bob was so efficient against Capt. Lou Albano’s Bills last week, he completed 13 of 29 passes for a brisk 187 yards.

Joe Montana, we hardly knew ye.

59 Responses to “Kelly: Sideshow Bob To Start”

  1. The Real Malloy Says:

    If there was ever any game where I was rooting for our defense to knock the $iss out of the opposing QB, its Sunday afternoon at SF.

    I would like to see a nasty Robert Ayers decapitate “Side show Bob”

    But that’s just me..

  2. DallasBuc Says:

    Last time he went against the Bucs he torched us. I was at that game and he made it look easy. Both teams are very different and he may not be the same player but I wouldn’t look past his potential to make weak defenses like ours to look stupid.

  3. BucinJAX Says:

    Tremendous opportunity coming for the Bucs. Pardon my repetition, Colon K. is like a glow stick. We just need to snap him, shake the sh1t out of him, and the light will come on.

    Too many fans are outraged at the behavior of Colon K. He is tarnishing the NFL product.

    By the way, freedom of expression does not extend to while you are at work. The person who pays your salary can discipline you, even fire you, when your behavior while on-the-job is viewed to reflect poorly on the company you work for. The NFL and the owners should step up and expect respectful behavior or proceed with the discipline.

    Mr K. does not seem to be a decent quarterback, nor a decent human being. At least not an educated one.

    Too many fans are outraged at the behavior of Colon K. He is tarnishing the product.

  4. BucinJAX Says:

    Oop! Didn’t mean to have that repeated sentence at the end.

  5. buccfan305 Says:

    Why is it a side show when he is clearly calling out the injustices of people being killed for no reason. Basically you are saying that it’s totally OK for people to be killed for no good reason. When it’s some one in your family, I don’t exspect any grumbling just take it for face value just like all the other families had to. Just except it and move on!!!

  6. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I wish there was a way for our players to make a statement against him.

    Oh there is! Beat him senseless!

  7. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    If any of our players take a knee to support him, I feel sorry for them (not really), because the fans will be all over it, and Koetter is a patriotic guy.

  8. tmac87 Says:

    Of course the proper thing is for him to do is shut up and don’t ruffle feathers….

    “America’s the greatest, it allows you to say what you want, and not be confined to government opinions. #MERICA ……… Oh wait, a black dude is doing what?! Stay in your f***ing lane, Kaepernick.”

    Your hyper-Republican bullsh*t is ridiculous. Taking a stand against social injustices makes the oppressors uncomfortable, so here we are….

    Joe never told the guy to shutup. He can say whatever he likes. Joe doesn’t have to like the anthem-kneeling choice any more than Kaepernick has to like the country in which he lives.–Joe

  9. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    DallasBuc, do you still live in Texas? How do you watch the games, if you don’t mind me asking?

  10. Mort Says:

    Since when is it “Pissing on the graves” of anyone to enjoy the freedoms that they were ensuring he had in the first place? Good grief, You guys need to remove the stick because it’s really a non-issue. You disagree? Good. You’re entitled to. No reason to get upset about it. There are plenty of service men and women who agree with him you know. “Support the Troops” should include them too, no?

  11. The Buc Realist Says:

    Cover his first read and then gang tackle him when he runs around like a wild chicken!!!!!

    college kaepernick should not be able to out run the speed of our LB’s!!!!

    Go Bucs!!!!

  12. DallasBuc Says:

    I was living in Texas at the time I saw the Bucs Niners game in Tampa. I budget my time and money to see Bucs games every year. Always have. Always will.

  13. DallasBuc Says:

    Oh and Bonzai I have always had Sunday Ticket package since I moved out of the Bucs local broadcast coverage area.

  14. Rrsrq Says:

    49ers ownership has stepped up and donated 1 million toward causes of social justice, so your argu,ent what he is doing as part of the organization is mute. Is it in his contract to stand on the sideline during the playing of an anthem that said you as a black man are less than a man. Do some research people before you go throwing your bull spit around what you think Colin Kapernick should or should not do. I love he is bringing out the fact that people place national pride above personal and religious beliefs. He is not saying “to he!! with America, nope just let this be a true place of equal opportunity and justice for all. Besides, if you think the Bucs defense is better than the Bills and they didn’t hurt him and they would try to hurt him based on his beliefs, never mind, I won’t go there, not worth an intelligent quote

  15. Knucknbuc Says:

    Since when has kneeling been a sign of disrespect? Please enlighten me joe. Or is that anymore disrespectful then the people talking during the anthem or has hats on or going in the beer line?. Just shutup

  16. Patrick in VA Says:

    I guess I’m just not sure what his end-game is. I mean, what is being accomplished by any of this. The only conversation that it’s sparking is ones about whether what he’s doing is disrespectful and whether he should be disciplined somehow. I’m not sure how any of that is fixing social injustice. Is he doing anything else for any of the causes or is he just making his protest during the anthem his only contribution? If that’s the case, it seems like he’s a lot more interested in making it about himself or making himself a martyr than he is about actually doing something meaningful. I’m not saying that he shouldn’t do it or that it’s bad, I’m just not sure what the point of it is, other than trying to be over the top.

  17. tmac87 Says:


    He donated his first $1M in salary to many causes, included improved training for officers. So it isn’t just a shouting match….. except for those unaffected by the things he’s trying to change.

  18. SB with Jameis Says:

    buccfan305 Says:
    October 18th, 2016 at 8:16 am
    Why is it a side show when he is clearly calling out the injustices of people being killed for no reason. Basically you are saying that it’s totally OK for people to be killed for no good reason. When it’s some one in your family, I don’t exspect any grumbling just take it for face value just like all the other families had to. Just except it and move on!!!
    5% of our Nations population commits 54% of the Nation’s Murders………………..”Simple as that”

  19. Patrick in VA Says:

    @tmac87 – I haven’t looked in to it, so I’ll take you at your word that he did that. If so, then I’d say that it’s far more than him trying to make himself the face of a movement without doing the heavy lifting.

  20. Mark m Says:

    So athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos during their medal ceremony at the 1968 Summer Olympics in the Olympic Stadium in Mexico City with their fists held high are history challenged? I suggest you go back to school.

  21. orlbucfan Says:

    @Knucknbuc: Amen!!! This country hasn’t been exceptional since 1969 when we put dudes on the moon. Now, back to football. How have the 49ers managed to get so bad? I recall Kapernick and team creaming us, and that wasn’t that many years ago. Frank Gore and Crabtree had field days.

  22. BennyBucs Says:

    Joe, I’m disappointed in you man. I really thought you were less naive. Kap is doing what few would dare to do, silently protest social injustices in America. What you’ve written is ignorant as h#ll.

  23. Buc1987 Says:

    There’s enough news coverage of what’s happening on the streets of ObamaLand. That I feel that there’s no need for a Kap kneel down.

    I’ve always had hope…but nothing ever changed.

  24. AC Says:

    BucinJax you sir are an idiot.. bashing a guy because he is standing up for racial injustice? stop looking at him kneeling on the anthem and see what the real argument/protest is about? Back to Football… bucs come out and win this one with authority. we should be able to impose our will on these guys early and often. Lets pray we get all our injured guys who can return back this week.

  25. John Says:

    Have the announcer say “please sit, stand, or kneel for the national anthem.” boom, nobody is protesting at that point lol lol screw kaepernick he won’t be in the league much longer don’t worry.

  26. Reach 87 Says:

    Joe, any insight into SF’s O-line and running backs? That may be key to Kap’s running the option and the play action pass to the slot or TE that flows from this type of offense.

  27. Brad Says:

    Way to bring politics into football Joe!! The place that most of us go to escape from our daily stresses for a few hours a week. Joe, I know Keapernick brought this to the light. I commend him for doing so. Seems as if you were asleep in history class, or maybe you just interpreted slavery different than others. It’s possible that you are just too deep into Bucs football that you have missed those unarmed people getting shot by police. It’s also possible that you are just playing up to your crowd of Bucs fans. The latter seems unlikely because you really don’t need the extra eyes on your site. I’m as die hard as Bucs fans come. As I like to say,” I’m one of 30k”. My wife is a 49ers fan. I’ll be wearing my Winston jersey on Sunday and my one year old son, who usually does too, will be wearing #7. #we’rewithKeap
    Don’t be on the wrong side of history Joe. The future will tell both sides. Stay awake.
    Just in case some of you are wondering(I’m sure you are assuming) I’m white.

  28. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    “How have the 49ers managed to get so bad? I recall Kapernick and team creaming us, and that wasn’t that many years ago. Frank Gore and Crabtree had field days.”


    I’ll never forget the game Alex Smith crushed us 48-3 (it was the year after we went there and beat them 21-0). I know this because I caught the red-eye flight after a 12 hour work day to fly to San Francisco and watch that massacre.

    They partially got really bad because they got rid of their coach, who although wasn’t the nicest guy in the world, was able to win games. Sound familiar?

  29. R.O. Says:

    Comparing someone to communists, socialists or dictators for exercising their right to free speech and which includes protesting is so rediculous. I personally think what he is doing is misguided. However the rights you “Joe’s” have to write and say whatever you want and criticize are the same right CK is excercising. The problem I have is that it’s in the workplace most of us cannot excercise those right to such an extreme in the workplace.

  30. Espo Says:

    It’s sad how so many of you support his 1st amendment right to protest PROVEN LIES yet knock others ‘ 1st amendment right to call him out on his racist, criminal enabling bs. The 1st should work both ways, correct?

    And yes, kneeling during the anthem is disrespectful. He knew it would be, that’s why he started doing it.

  31. uckinator Says:

    Hey Brad – I don’t give a crap if you are white. Obama was supposed to fix relations between the colors ! Being white wasn’t supposed to matter after two terms in office. Obviously – race relations have gotten worse. Much worse ! You flag burning libs (and yes I am painting with a wide brush here) want to tear down a symbol of hope for the rest of the downtrodden in the world. You feel good with federal programs designed in your mind to “help” the poor, but as usual, devastate poor families. The cause of Most crime in the inner cities are the breakup of the nuclear family. Don’t spin or dance around it The breakup started on a massive scale starting Pres. Johnson’s “War on Poverty” in the 1960’s. The breakup has continued unabated ever since. … Okay, I guess I’ll have to explain to your non logical liberal infected brain. When federal money floods into a poor area, (Inner cities), women don’t have to choose a husband that will stay with them through child raising. The STATE has taken over this chore. Kids with no fathers at home is a recipe for disaster, not only for the child, but the neighborhood as well. I’m from Chicago and it makes my head hurt watching what liberals have done to that City !

  32. VaBuc Says:

    @joe please get out your feelings about kapernick kneeling you sound like a female crying cause her husband wont let her watch her favorite show …he’s standing for what he believes in but its wrong cause its not your beliefs or your ancestors beliefs …your type are the worst Fμ©# the national anthem

  33. BennyBucs Says:

    What is that gibberish mumbo jumbo spewing from your prejudice mouth ? Because his political views clash with your own, he’s suddenly an educated and not a decent human being?? You sound straight up ridiculous. I’d love to sit and talk to you in person at a bucs game. I mean your logic is ridiculous, I would love to hear you justify that sh!t face to face.

  34. DislocatedBucsFan Says:

    @ Mort

    Being a service member myself here at lovely Fort Bragg NC, I have yet to find a single green suiter who agrees with what he is doing. It is a slap in the face to what this country represents. That flag represents something larger than kap and all of us. Are there social injustices? Absolutely. There are bad cops everywhere. There are bad people everywhere. Kneeling during the national anthem is not the right platform to demonstrate his beliefs. There are alternate ways of being heard. But you know what, most of these cases that I have read and heard about have some common themes. People not complying. Do what the officers say. And if they still step out of line. Then if the officer is out of line. He should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. If it is so bad here I will happily help pay for him to go live in another country. His BS is almost as bad as Obama’s coffee cup salute.

    @ VaBuc

    Go fu#& yourself. More men, greater than you will ever be, died for this country believing, loving and living for what the flag and the anthem represents to ensure your liberal ignorant a$$ can say that. I’ll help pay for you to leave too.

    Liberalism, the greatest hypocrisy, rich people trying to convince poor people that the rich people are the problem.

  35. DallasBuc Says:

    If you want to stand during the national anthem at football games then by all means do so. There are no evil liberal meanies trying to take that right away from you. Similarly, if you are a ball player or fan and you don’t want to kneel at ball games then don’t kneel. If Kap does it you don’t have to. That whole freedom of speech thing!
    Okay so now here’s the hard part for those whiny little btchez out there crying about America, the troops and how offensive it all is that Kap chose to kneel…it’s just as much his right to do so as it is for you not to and he is equally exercising his right in an arguably more patriotic way because he is attempting to bring awareness to perceived injustice that the very constitution was put in place to protect the citizens of this great country from. So on the facts and merits of what Kap has done it is clearly within his rights to do so and I defend his right every day of the week, especially on Sundays before a football game. For all of you sobbing dramatic pseudo-patriot constitutional scholars out there try to understand that unlike Kap, you do not have a constitutional right not to be offended and I rather enjoy watching all of you cry into your revolutionary ammo bins every time it happens.
    Go Bucs

  36. Mikadeemas Says:

    Taking a stand by kneeling……..oh the irony! (See…what I did there…..Mike…Johnson?)

  37. Buccfan37 Says:

    Kaepernick is right. The growing police state in America threatens all humanity on Earth., Democracy? BS, this NWO enforcing cabal in DC has no affiliation to the American people, has never supported democracy anywhere in the world. In fact democracy is despised in reality in support of US murderous thugs placed in power Democracy no longer exists, just the illusion.

  38. Chihova Says:

    Hope he runs over the lame a$$ Bucs. This site is like Fox News…gtfoh!

  39. teacherman777 Says:

    Cops who abuse their power are a disgrace to the flag.

    Cops who destroy evidence are a disgrace to the constitution.

    Peacefully protesting police brutality and racism is an honorable thing to do.

    Liberty, Unity, Equality, and the chance to be Happy.

    The dream of Jesus and Dr. King.

    Spread the Love people. Stop the hate.

    Does anyone here really think that the American BOYS who died in Vietnam were helping Vietnam or our country? That war had nothing to do with our freedom.

    Does anyone really think that the thousands of Iraqi war veterans committing suicide on our soil are dying for OUR freedom? Or for the benefit of the Iraqi people? American vets with PTSD and the American vets are committing suicide on a daily basis are not dying for our freedom!! They are killing themselves because war is un-natural and it destroys the mind.

    The only people who are historically challenged are people who lack logic and objectivity,

    “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God.”- JESUS

    Warmongers and Racists are NOT peacemakers!!! Therefore any warmongering “christian” is just a HYPOCRITE.

  40. Kansas95Bucs Says:

    Why the name calling of Colin Kaepernick? I thought we where here to talk about the Bucs?

  41. Stpetebucsfan Says:


    I share you’re sentiment!

    any more than Kaepernick has to like the country in which he lives.

    Joe do you have a link for that? I honestly thought he was objecting not to the entire country but to the fact that unarmed black people are routinely shot…sometimes in the back..sometimes with their hands up.

    This is not new Kansas95. I’m a Vietnam Vet who was very upset to return and have people screaming at war protesters “love it or leave it”.

    I LOVE my country. I LOVE my family. I LOVE myself! But I don’t love everything about my country, family or myself.

    I get that there are two sides to this…police officers put their lives on the line everyday for us and I LOVE them for doing it. But I grow sick when I see black people shot down for no real reason. I also get that many feel that even if they accept Kaepernik’s fundamental point he has selected the wrong forum. I tend to agree with that sentiment….like SC Justice the notorious RBG.

    I didn’t think the Olympic medal stand was the right place for the raised fists either. But I simply disagree and can also accept that desperate situations lead people to desperate actions. I’ve seen enough black people shot on camera now to realize their desperation.

  42. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Post of the year:

    “Francis Scott Key held deeply racist ideals and principles. That this abominable song, written by an avowed racist was chosen as the anthem of this nation over a truly meaningful, unversally-inclusive song such as “America the Beautiful” speaks volumes.

    The nation’s past and ongoing abuse of its First Nation aboriginal indigenous people (Hawaiians and other “Native Americans”) and minorities is an international disgrace and crime. America is a fantastic idea in principle but it fails nearly completely in practice. So long as corporations and their elitist interests run the government and people believe they are divided by race and genetics; the idyllically just and truly beautiful America – that people of good heart and concience hope for and aspire to – can never exist.”

  43. DallasBuc Says:

    Let’s clear something up here while we are at it. The fallen and wounded military and foreign service did not die for a flag, an anthem or some pledge of allegiance. The 5000+ American lives lost in Iraq paid that ultimate sacrifice for what those things represent which is a whole country of 300 million people that chose a civilian leadership through our contentious election process. The flag and anthem did not break bodies, minds and souls of those men and women. It was you and me and our decisions as a people that are responsible.
    I personally don’t care for the national anthem. It isn’t even ours and has nothing to do with the founding of this nation or our constitution and carries none of the classic emotion for me that it seems to do for so many others. It was not even adopted until the 30s and is ripped off of the British anthem, go figure! My indifference to the anthem of this nation has zero bearing on my love for this country or the democratic principals for which it stands. Then there is that ridiculous authoritarian, unamerican tool of indoctrination known as the pledge of allegiance. This is the kind of thing you would expect from Hitler’s Germany, Moscow and North Korea, not the United States of America. Also a device implemented not at the founding of this nation but in the 40s.
    Bottom line, you do American however you choose and stop judging other Americans on how they choose to express their American individualism.

  44. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    As usual – well said botha

  45. Buc1987 Says:

    I wanted to be a cop when I grew up.

    Then I just decided I didn’t want to shoot any black people on purpose for the salary of less than a teacher.

  46. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    So you decided to join the Alt-Right instead? :/

  47. Buc1987 Says:

    “Well, I say to them tonight, there’s not a liberal America and a conservative America; there’s the United States of America.

    “There’s not a black America and white America and Latino America and Asian America; there’s the United States of America.”


  48. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Kaepernick stinks

  49. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    #FOXFaceoff – Pearland student supports Colin @Kaepernick7

  50. LUVMYBUCS Says:


  51. Rrsrq Says:

    Thanks St. Pete and Dallas Bucs, well stated

  52. D-Rome Says:

    Colin Kaepernick committed no crime. By sitting and kneeling he peaceably petitioned the government for a redress of grievances. I admit it made me uncomfortable to see at first and it bothered me but by sitting and kneeling he is drawing attention to something he cares about and our nation’s capital is listening.

    When I was at the Rams game I sat ten rows from the Rams bench. There were a few players during the National Anthem who raised their fists. That wasn’t offensive to me. What was offensive to me were the slack-jawed mouth breathers who were making comments about the players raising their fists **DURING** the singing of the National Anthem. Talk about hypocrisy!

    All that being said his play on the field is more uncomfortable to watch than him kneeling on the sidelines. He’s not a good QB anymore but he’s the kind of guy that could embarrass the Bucs for 2 rushing TDs if they don’t prepare properly for him.

  53. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    These comments are giving me a headache. Can we change the subject? Here, I’ll try this: Gerald McCoy is a great player, and those that disagree are stupid. Discuss.

  54. unbelievable Says:

    LOL @ Hawaiian trolling the trolls.

    Kudos to st. Pete, Luv, and Dallas among others for being able to see things for what they truly are and not being brainwashed.

  55. Makie Lovie Says:

    Luckily we wont hear about Kaepernick too much after the election. The media will have accomplished its mission. Hopefully the Anti-American hatred wounds will heal.

  56. Mike Johnson Says:

    The teams the Bucs are suppose to beat, they often lay a goose egg on. It would not surprise me to see the 49ers light up the Bucs. This is a game we should win. Again, I will not bet on it though.

  57. buccfan305 Says:

    @ SB with Jameis

    Yeah and Columbus founded American lmao

    You watch wwwwwwaaaaaaayyyyy to much FOX News my freind. Try doing your own research for a change and stop letting people tell you what to think.
    That statistic even sounds fake.

  58. SB with Jameis Says:

    @Buccfan 305
    I am a cord cutter. I haven’t had cable or sat in over 5 years I find everything I want on the Internet. Do some research instead of being the sheep you are accusing me of being. Your ignorance is showing.

  59. BigHogHaynes Says:

    Let me throw my little piece in here! If those who say Colin is being disrespectful or choosing the wrong approach to bring a “blind eye” to injustice in this country, I say for some of you if you took a hard look in the mirror and searched your hearts, it’s probably a BLACK and WHITE issue! SIMPLE ASS THAT! Someone asked me to check out LOVIE’S Illinois team this past week end! I did and they WON! 11 games to play with 7 games to win to show improvement over the last REGIME!!