you never know how things will turn out. I don't have a lot of hope, but I'm going to keep watching the games and rooting for my team.
And I disagree that there is nothing to gain from evaluating the QB's. Even if we do bring in another head coach/GM, who's to say that they won't want to keep Troy or Nate around--or even Alex? Yes, they might want to bring in their own QB, but its not like there are quality vets lying around waiting for phone calls, so a new HC/GM will probably have to draft "their" QB, which means they may need a more experienced QB to start the season. Any QB that will be drafted by the Niners this year will certainly not be ready to start from day one (correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe, beyond Luck, that there is a day-one NFL ready QB in this draft; it seems like a lot of projects). So, I think that the QB evaluation is important, not just for this season but for next.