The 49ers fell short in last season's NFC Championship Game, but that didn't cause panic in the organization.The roster wasn't torn apart and fingers weren't pointed. General manager Trent Baalke lost a few free agents and signed a few others, then had what appeared to be a productive draft.As the Niners get ready for the opening of training camp later this month, the nucleus of San Francisco's team that has reached three straight NFC title games and a Super Bowl is intact, and Baalke, head coach Jim Harbaugh and many of the players are optimistic that 2014 can be their year.Yet not everyone is thrilled with what the 49ers did this offseason. - Levi's Stadium Menu to Feature Lamb Curry, Garlic FriesThis week, in fact, Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated gave the 49ers a C in his offseason report card evaluation of the team, noting that the team's biggest push toward a Super Bowl championship "will have to come from within."The team may have added wide receivers Stevie Johnson and Brandon Lloyd and safety Antoine Bethea through free agency and trades and drafted potential difference-makers such as cornerback Jimmie Ward, wideout Bruce Ellington and running back Carlos Hyde, but the...