I think last night was a difficult situation for any young quarterback to go into that had never experienced it before. Sure Kaepernick went into some other hostile arenas like New England and New Orleans but neither of those compare to the Seahawks stadium. I think Kaepernick and the whole team will rebound. I actually feel sorry for the Cardinals because the one thing this team has proved in the Harbaugh era is that it doesn't take well to losing. We always regroup and come back stronger, hence we've never lost two in a row under Harbaugh.
What we need to concentrate on now is getting as healthy as possible and hoping that we can break this two wins then a loss/tie following, because If Green Bay wins next week then we have to win three in a row in the playoffs to reach our ultimate goal.
With all this said, I hope like crazy that we get the Seahawks again in the playoffs because most likely it will be in our house and we'll see how the shoe fits on the other foot when the Seahawks can't even audible over the sound of a screaming fanbase. That will require the Seahawks to actually win some big road games though and as we all know thats where they always fall short.
[ Edited by Willisfn4life on Dec 24, 2012 at 8:03 PM ]