SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Jim Tomsula has always said that Colin Kaepernick is his quarterback.
Not on Monday. The San Francisco 49ers coach said ''we're evaluating everyone,'' after his team lost 27-6 at St. Louis and failed to score a touchdown for the second straight game and third in five.
Kaepernick has passed for just 286 yards the last two games for the 49ers (2-6), sparking questions about whether a change needs to be made. Is backup Blaine Gabbert ready if called upon Sunday against Atlanta?
Tomsula said: ''I know where we're going with this questioning. I'm not going down that road.''
Tomsula said he is comfortable with his coordinators - Geep Chryst on offense and Eric Mangini on defense - going forward.
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