Another post with observations I agree with
Regarding point #2: It looked to me like Harbaugh put in a game plan that was tailored to McCoy's strengths - short swing passes. He completed a bunch of those. I don't remember any passes that were over about 20 yards in length. This looked like a conscious effort to make McCoy look as good as possible.
There are two ways to look at this: It was a realization by the Staff that McCoy is not ready at this point to do anything more (due to lack of time in the system, injury, or that's really all he can do), and they think that this is enough to mangae a game and keep the team in it if Kaep goes down for awhile
Make him look as good as possible to any teams who might have been on the fence about giving up a draft pick, even a 6/7 rounder, to acquire him.
I ask myself "Do I really think Harbaugh and Company want somebody who can throw swing passes (and little else) as their QB?"
If it hadn't been for the 2 really poor passes (Interception thrown into tight coverage and the overthrow on third down to wide open receiver), it might have worked.