I watched that last play of theSeahawks NFCCG with my brother the other week and he pointed something out to me.
Boldin was wide open for a screen pass. Davis was open enough to gain 6-7 yards. IT was an obvious designed screen play to Boldin but as soon as Kappernick snapped the ball, he stared down Crabtree hard.
It was apparent the moment the play started that Sherman had Crabtree locked down, Boldin was open in the slot, with the DB supposed ot be covering him 6 or yards down the field, and Davis was open in the middle. But he didn't look that way. Not once. I don't know if he trusted Crabtree, wanted ot show up Sherman, or it was just a dumb, bad read, but e thew it, and, well, the rest is history.
In what is one of your biggest games, you don't make that mistake if you're a franchise QB. It's not even like they needed to get out of bounds, Either Boldin or Davis would've got them to first and goal with 1 or 2 timeouts left. So why try to bomb it to Crabtree?
His post game conference showed he alll he talked about was how he couldn't wait to prove how wake Seattle's secondary was next year, how he didn't like Sherman's jarring, and how if he put the ball a few more yards ahead, it would've been a TD (not true at all, Sherman was all over him.)
He's big headed and arrogant. His personality is everything everybody else thought Cam was. His reads are sloppy very oten, and his legs save him a lot more thahis arm does (Saying Colin can't throw is asinine. He was very good at Nevada.) he's a good QB, but won't be "elite" til he matures.