Yes, that's right folks: in case you missed it, the San Francisco 49ers have claimed former UCLA walk-on
interception machine quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson off of waivers after the Law Firm got cut from the Minnesota Vikings. This once again proves that you don't actually have to be a decent QB to land a NFL job (see Ryan Leaf, Joey Harrington, and of course, JaMarcus Russell).
And for those of you who are selectively choosing to pretend that the Karl Dorrell era never happened (hard to blame you, especially watching our hack offense under losers like "Training Jay" Norvell), Bethel-Thompson was the walk-on freshman QB who Karl threw in the game when Ben Olson went down with a knee injury (again) leaving the Bruins with literally no other option at QB. And if you're worried I'm being too harsh, don't worry: the Law Firm has a ton of fans in South Bend. After all, he did manage to give the Fighting Irish a win in the Rose Bowl in 2007 with those wonderful four interceptions.
In other words, if you're a Niners fan, you better hope that both Kaepernick and McCoy don't both get hurt. Otherwise, get ready to see the Law Firm leading your team to
glorious victory soul-crushing mediocrity.