I love when articles crucifying Harbaugh over this decision use words like "Arrogant" and "Idiotic".
I think it's arrogant and idiotic for a writer or casual fan to assume their evaluation of the 49ers QB situation somehow trumps a guy who
1. Played the position professionally.
2. Has had success with every QB he coached, at the FBS, BCS and NFL level.
3. Is the guy who has actually worked with these two day in and day out.
"Well, he had Andrew Luck at Stanford..."
-And it was his eye for talent that brought him there. Can't say revitalizing Alex's value wasn't a tall task.
The first major example of folk's questioning Jim Harbaugh as an NFL headcoach is how he handled his quarterbacks? Someone go tell Mike Singletary how to draft, develop, coach and make personnel moves with his linebackers