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The sneers and snickers are decreasing. The contempt and ridicule are fading. Skeptics are becoming believers, and pessimists are becoming fewer.
Take a look at the NFL playoff field. Notice anything unusual, anything we haven't seen before and might not see again anytime soon? Here, I'll help you: Half of the clubs, six of 12, are led by quarterbacks who were drafted in the past two years.
The San Francisco 49ers turned a nearly historic collapse into a stunning victory and a playoff berth.
It was just a few months ago _ also known as forever in NFL time _ that San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh stood in front of the media and proclaimed his love for Alex Smith.
Knees bent and arms moving in rhythm, defensive end Chris Long shimmied around the St. Louis Rams locker room, imitating John Travolta's dance moves from "Pulp Fiction" as owner Stan Kroenke made the rounds shaking hands.
Colin Kaepernick has earned himself a third straight start at quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers.
Tight end Delanie Walker arrives at work at 6 a.m. each day, and Colin Kaepernick always beats him to 49ers headquarters.
Even if Colin Kaepernick's second start was hardly as spectacular as his first, he played well enough to extend coach Jim Harbaugh's quarterback quandary for at least another week.
They say "it" -- that something special all the best players seem to possess -- cannot be defined. I disagree. I think "it" is nothing more than poise. Specifically, poise under pressure.