B- with potential to get worse.
You have one of the best defenses of the last decade, and one of the most talented rosters in the league. I like the way the team executes and tackles, for the most part, but Harbaugh is getting schooled by the more experienced and veteran coaches. Other than some blowouts and wins against teams in disarray or suffering from injuries, I've only been impressed by the Packers win. It's always good to win (most of) the games you're supposed to win.
Getting demolished by the Giants for the second time in 1 year at home is downright embarrassing, and Fisher is looking to make Harbaugh his b***h. This season is the best chance, arguably, for players like Gore and Justin Smith to get a championship. And now Harbaugh is stepping on a lot of toes on the path to arrogantly and selfishly starting "his own" QB, at the chance of more games like today, and disrupting an already great thing.
I have a hard time believing Kaepernick made a drastic improvement from before the season to now. I understand that the beat writes have mentioned there was a marked difference between Kaep's accuracy in preseason and in games, but Kaepernick and the whole team would have been better served if he was able to cut his teeth from the start of the season. Pete Carrol didn't have to wait for a BS injury to make the decision for him, and he's not even supposed to be a "QB guru".
[ Edited by OregonNiner87 on Dec 2, 2012 at 8:27 PM ]