I definitely agree with the point that regardless of who plays qb, a bad game won't really tell us much or be an indictment against them. San Francisco's pass defense has been lights out this year. They just made Jared Goff look like Jimmy Clausen. Where I disagree is that a great game by Allen should really elevate his standing. If he goes on the road and leads this team to a victory against the current number 1 team in the conference and the top ranked passing defense and actually has a great game, I don't know how anyone can continue to say he's not a bona fide starter (which remains a too popular opinion here)
Sometimes you don't know you want a thing until someone puts it in front of you. I wasn't asking for this analysis, but now that it's been provided, I've thoroughly enjoyed it. I think Saca did a great job getting in depth into where Allen's current strengths and weaknesses lie, where there is room for optimism and where there is room for improvement.
Are you honestly saying you'd rather see more pages and pages of people ranting at each other emotionally with all sorts of absurd claims and accusations flying back and forth and pointless personal insults laid on so heavy you'd think Sam's Club had a bulk discount sale on them? I can't speak for anyone else but I'll take stuff like this over that nonsense every day of the week.