Has the ability to force the ball down the field.
Short Accuracy (1-10 yds)
Imtermediate Accuracy (10-20 yds)
Struggles with intermediate passes.
Very good mobility and better on the move then from the pocket
Poor footwork and elongated throwing motion.
His willingness to run exposes him to more injuries.
Obviously willing to take a stand and lead in that regard; considered to be too introverted to control a locker room in the traditional sense.
Kaepernick is not a thinking quarterback. He is at his best when he is allowed to move and improvise.
His production picked back up in 2016 but he has never had the offensive talent, or system, around him, to lead to success since his second year when he took the team to the Super Bowl.
He takes a stand, consistent with his morals/ethics, and has stood by his decisions. Whether or not you agree with him, you have to respect his consistency.
Kaepernick is excellent on the move: has game breaking ability as a rusher: throws well on the move: excels at finding the open man when scrambling. Excellent arm strength and capable of making big throws downfield.
Does not feel the pass rush at all: fumbles too frequently: has an elongated throwing motion and does not consistently set his feet: inaccurate on short and intermediate throws: Has yet to show the ability to master a complex passing offense:
Kaepernick is an athletic marvel who still has a lot of potential. He isn't a fit for every offense, but if he can find a home in an offense that offers him the ability to improvise and move out of the pocket, and has NFL level talent at the skill positions, unlike the 49ers in recent years, then he can still be a very good NFL starting quarterback.