Originally posted by Jakemall:
I've felt the same way for the past 5 or so years.
But you're wrong. I don't want to see Kaep fail. It kills me to see him fail. But at the same time, I'm not drinking the coolaid.
My point is that Alex isn't on the 49ers anymore, people need to get over it already, go find a therapist, talk out whatever issues they have, but that day is done. When you get people that only come around to rip on Kaepernick and post ad nauseum in the Chiefs thread, it tells me exactly what their agenda is.
I spent a lot of time defending him when others were bashing on him, on these forums and outside of them, but I'm not going to go around and hold a grudge about it. Kaepernick is the QB, I'll support him, even when he is struggling and he's been struggling a lot but that doesn't excuse the coaching staff from the Jimmy-Raye offense that we've been seen and the almost complete lack of all imagination in the passing offense.
This has been Tecmo Bowl style football, press A to run the ball up the middle, press B to run the ball to the outside, press C to throw it 20-30 yards downfield, rinse and repeat. When you've got guys like Chip Kelly pushing offense's in newer, more explosive directions and the 49ers are going backwards since 2011, running more stale, predictable offense, it doesn't bode well for the future of this team. Yep, Harbaugh has had success early and I'm thankful for it and I still support Harbaugh, however, to say that he can't be criticized or is immune from it as a result is asinine, especially when the same exact issues come back to bite this team in the ass over and over again.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Nov 12, 2013 at 9:43 AM ]