Here we go, after last night's horrendous performance, Blaine Gabbert's starting role is now in question. If I'm Chip Kelly I've seen all I need to from Blaine, this is his ceiling, a quarterback that can make a few plays, but is more inconsistent than anything. Colin Kaepernick on the other hand has shown in the past that he can be a lethal weapon at the quarterback position. I don't ever expect him to get back to quite the level of play he was at during that Super Bowl run, not based on his talent, just because the league has changed so much, I don't think he could run all over defenses like he used to. His arm still has a ton of juice in it though, you can clearly see when he's warming up in pregame that his arm strength is better than Gabbert's. He's always had that missile arm, the question has always been can he make good decisions, and throw accurately. Those are two huge question marks to have at the quarterback position, but the only way the question marks get answered is by playing him. Anyone that brings up last year's efforts out of Kaepernick, please don't. He had a gym teacher as his head coach, you really think Jim Tomsula can elevate a quarterback's play like Jim Harbaugh or Chip Kelly, so just stop with that nonsense. Chip Kelly made Blaine Gabbert playable in this league, I think he's the best coach to have when you're trying to save a quarterback's career. Chip Kelly got Sam Bradford to put up big numbers for the Eagles, essentially breaking every single season passing record there in just one year, not too shabby. What do the 49ers have to lose, their team is absolute garbage, they'd be lucky to win 5 games this season, start Kaepernick, find out if he's still got something left in the tank. Worst comes to worst Kaepernick still sucks, but hey at least now you confirmed that fact. If that's the case you'll end up with the first pick of the draft so you'll have Deshaun Watson to come save your franchise. I believe Kaepernick can be a decent quarterback in this league under Chip Kelly, let's just see if he will ever get the chance to prove it.