Last year, his first as a starter, he was the toast of the NFL. He won games with both his feet and his arm, and he had a flair for big plays.This year? Not so much.To fans of the 49ers, the description fits San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick. To Redskins fans, it's Robert Griffin III.When the 49ers (6-4) meet the Redskins (3-7) Monday night, it will not only be a battle of two teams trying to get back on track and get some momentum for the final stretch of the 2013 season, but a duel of quarterbacks that have gone from hot to cold on the NFL stage.The 49ers passing offense ranks last in the NFL, Kaepernick hasn't taken over games as he did last season and his team has lost two straight games by scoring a total of 29 points.Some are questioning Kaepernick's decision making and ability to go to his second and third receivers. Some say the 49ers receivers don't have the ability to get open. Others criticize the play calling. But whatever the reason, Kaepernick's stats are way down this year. As a first-year starter his quarterback rating was 98.3. This year it's down significantly at 81.8. After averaging more than 361 yards per game on offense last season, the Niners are...