Quarterback Colin Kaepernick is widely credited with sparking the San Francisco 49ers in the second half of the NFL season. He's already achieved pre-folk hero status on Candlestick Point. He's also definitely considered a reason the Niners might beat the Green Bay Packers this weekend in the NFC playoffs. But can Bay Area sports fans, fresh off the triumph of the San Francisco Giants in the 2012 World Series, completely trust Kaepernick when he wears an enemy's baseball cap in a national TV interview during Packers week?! That's the conundrum facing Kaepernick lovers after the 25-year-old donned a Milwaukee Brewers cap in a sit-down with Kurt Warner of the NFL Network earlier this week. In the video clip provided, Warner addresses Kaepernick's meteoric rise and his myriad tattoos — which gave Kaepernick some negative ink when a crotchety media type felt threatened by them for some reason. (Hey, gramps, it's 2013. Go to bed.) [More NFL: Washington D.C. radio station changes call letters to 'WRG3' ] But notice how Warner delicately avoids any Brewers talk? Quit trying to protect him, media! Granted, it's not — gasp! — a L.A. Dodgers cap that Mr. San Francisco is...