Originally posted by monsterzero789:
wilson was better this year
Not by much, if at all. He was working with more competent receivers all season while Kaepernick had Boldin and absolutely nothing beyond that at WR - until Crabtree returned. Since then, Kap has been doing well. Not to mention Kap dealt with horrendous offensive game planning and play calling from Roman for the majority of the year. These things began to open up and work much better after Crabtree returned, but before that, Roman couldn't game plan or call plays to save his life.
Their numbers are not far apart, with Wilson edging Kap by 160 yards and 5 TDs, along with one more INT. They both had slightly over a 2.5-to-1 TD-to-INT ratio. All things considered, I still wouldn't say Wilson was better. What he is better at is escaping would-be sacks and extending plays in order for a receiver to get open. Other than that, meh.