Originally posted by OnTheClock:
We were humiliated. Week 16 is not the time for CK to be having "learning experiences" when we want to make a Super Bowl run. This change should never have been made until next year. There's not a snowballs chance in Hades that we make it through back to back ferocious playoff crowds in Green Bay and Atlanta with Kaepernick at the helm. I just don't see it.
I know, it's all opinion, but that is my gut feeling. I love my team to death and it frustrates me like no other to have to sit here and feel like we made a mistake that is going to cost us at the very least a deep run into the post-season.
Thats what i've been saying since the switch. someone said that finally everyone accepted the switch, but thats what i think hasnt been accepted. which is why the back and forth.
Marv, even i say you do a good job of analyzying, but you too this time. lol. fell into the trap about What Alex would of or wouldnt of done. There is no way to tell that. However the only fact to look at is this.
Under Harbs, in Seattle or at home. Smith is 3-0 vs Seattle. noise and all, so honestly it's not soo far fetched to think that Smith may have had a good game. The noise, audibles, checks, all that Smith had done a great job with against Seattle.
Marv, since you are pretty real and answer pretty fair. Even tho we will ride or die with Kaep, and i have accepted that.
You can see why a lot of fans, reporters, columnists all feel that, it's a mistake to have to worry about a learning curve and growing pains this late in the season.
I mean yes we support the move, because we support our coach, but that still dont mean we have to be happy with it. And it's a substantial reason, to feel that we may miss the playoffs becasue of it.
Do we as true fans hope that hell no. But i gotta be real, i aint felt good about our team since the switch and thats a valid way to feel. IMHO