It’s not entirely fair to judge new San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Tomsula by the standards his predecessor,Jim Harbaugh, set. It also is not entirely fair to judge new coordinators Geep Chryst and Eric Mangini by the standards Greg Roman and Vic Fangio set. None of these men were involved in the decision to part from the most successful coaching staff the 49ers had had since the George Seifert era. They should be judged on their own merits as a first-time head coach and as part of a new staff. It’s owner Jed York and general manager Trent Baalke who should be held to task if the 49ers fail to replicate Harbaugh’s success under their new coaching staff. It is entirely feasible for the 49ers to finish in such a way that makes Tomsula look good, but York and Baalke look bad. Imagine, for the moment, that the 49ers improve to 9-7 or 10-6, return to the playoffs and lose in, say, the divisional round to the Green Bay Packers. That’d be a very, very good first year for Tomsula, considering that only 155 NFL’s 477 head coaches have ever made the playoffs. [More] Bleacherreport Kind of an interesting look at the Niners' new coaching staff. What say ye' @Walnuts, @ICECOLD and all 49ers' fans?