The 49ers have the best coaching staff in the league.
Yes, I know of a guy name Bill Belichick. Several other candidates come to mind, but none compare to what Jim Harbaugh has done and will continue to do in San Francisco.
It just doesn't stop with Jim Harbaugh. You have defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, who has done a masterful job with this defense.
How about offense coordinator Greg Roman, who had several head coaching interviews after the 49ers' 13-3 regular-season finish in 2011.
Many tend to forget Roman's impact on not only Alex Smith, but this 49ers run game. His creativity and intuition has played a large part in the 49ers' resurgence.
Brad Seely anyone? The special teams head coach has had a brilliant career.
This hire has brought nothing but good fortunes for the special teams unit who sent both kicker David Akers and punter Andy Lee to the Pro Bowl last season.
And last but not least is defensive line coach Jim Tomsula. By far, Tomsula is the most underappreciated assistant coach in the league.
Remember, Tomsula was with the previous head coaching staffs of Mike Singletary and Mike Nolan.
When Harbaugh was brought in, the newly minted head coach couldn't lose a character like Tomsula, who has helped form the best front seven in football.