If there's a head coach in the NFL that Colin Kaepernick resembles most this week, it's not Jim Harbaugh.
It's Bill Belichick.
Look at any of Belichick's recent quotes from a news conference, take away the hooded sweatshirt and replace it with a goatee and a few tattoos, and you have Colin Kaepernick. One-word answers, respect for his opponents, praise for just about every person in the locker room -- Kaepernick's concise, almost-robotic responses to a flurry of questions from all sorts of media outlets have constituted a Belichick-ian performance.
Colin Kaepernick is a tremendous quarterback, a respected voice in the locker room and on the cusp of bringing a Super Bowl back to San Francisco for the first time since 1995.
Media maven? No. That, he is not.
"That's Colin, man," 49ers teammate Aldon Smith said with a laugh Wednesday. "He's not going to be in the headlines. He's not going to give a big quote. He's just going to focus on the game. He's been that way since we were bo...