Last week I posted an article on why the 49ers should just start Colin Kaepernick at QB over Blaine Gabbert for the simple fact that he can't be any worse. Finally the 49ers have given up on Gabbert after being last in the league in yards per attempt through 5 weeks of football. Colin Kaepernick, who has been in the news all season long for issues unrelated to football, will finally get to just play football. Now, this will obviously start to draw more attention back to his protest, which I'm sure the NFL hates, but ratings will be through the roof as all Kaepernick haters will be tuning in to watch him fail, so the NFL can't be all that upset. As for all the haters, I think they might be in for a surprise, am I saying Kaepernick will once again be the electric quarterback that led his team to the Super Bowl, absolutely not, but I do think if anyone can salvage his career it'll be Chip Kelly. Kelly tends to get the most out of whatever quarterback is starting games for him, believe it or not the way Gabbert was playing was good for his standards, if you thought that was ugly you should've seen him in Jacksonville without Kelly, total disaster. 49ers offense will definitely see some improvement right off the bat, but don't expect everything to be running smoothly after a week of preparation. Kaepernick hasn't shown much in practice according to reports, he has been wildly inaccurate, and he is a little underweight, this is not due to a lack of work ethic, this is due to coming off multiple surgeries in the offseason. He should continue to get his accuracy back with reps and for the being underweight thing, I'm sure it's nothing a few steaks can't fix. This move was probably a move in which the 49ers coaching staff knows they haven't seen much from Kaepernick in practice, but a move that had to be made so they're hoping he's just not any worse than Gabbert from the get go. Hey, at least now they'll get to see if this guy has any value left in him or if he's just another cut to make at the end of the season.