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#76 SmittyistheGOAT

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 06:49 PM

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:00 PM

people please understand that jerry his a owner that has better stuff to do then watch college football he left that head coaching job to martney hurney even jerry said he did not like ron rivera we are average because of martney hurney

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:08 PM

I'm not sure what Harbaugh did to FP's family but.....

It had to be something nasty for him to be going full retard and such.


You know, I think Fiery Prophet is normally a very good poster, and I respect him or her for their contributions here.

However, on this one (Jim Harbaugh), I had to wonder myself a few times to; on what did he do? :mad:

#79 fieryprophet

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:12 PM

By the way, I think a lot of you are thinking I'm saying that Jim Harbaugh is a bad coach. That isn't true. I think he's done an excellent job utilizing his talent and playing within their strengths.

However, it infuriates me to no end for people to call him either elite or imagine he would do much better with our team, when that is simply not remotely true:

1.) He works with an overwhelming talent advantage compared to his average opponent, and talent makes up 90% of the battle in wins or losses. And when that talent advantage isn't winning its battle outright he's at a loss and shows just as much an inability to adjust as the infamous Rivera.

2.) He brings no schematic advantages as a coach. Greg Roman is the brainchild behind his offense, and the offense itself is rather basic, using a variety of formations to hide the fact that the plays themselves use very simplistic pass progressions.

3.) His defensive scheming is also extremely basic, especially when it fails to generate pressure. Once Justin Smith stopped giving one-on-one advantages for Aldon Smith the defense became rather mortal and the talent advantages utilized by man to man coverage disappeared.

Now, one corollary to all of this is that the simplicity of Harbaugh's schemes may be an outgrowth of his success; after all, why change things that are obviously working? Perhaps as Keapernick grows into the offense it will open up and become even more dynamic. It is a benefit to a young QB to not have to read long progressions, so the simplicity of the offense (and it was simple when Alex ran it) might be related more to the youth of the quarterback rather than the inability of the coaching staff to expand upon it. But we'll see.

#80 SZ James

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:16 PM

Lol no one wants to read your shitty wall of text. If you're fired a few years after at the very least making the superbowl or even winning it, you are a bad coach. Remember that little prediction of yours? Uh yeah.

#81 fieryprophet

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:17 PM

Don't be too hard on FP, guys. He lives in the middle of nowhere. You know those backwoods people aren't too bright. Cut him some slack.


I'm sorry, but what would my location have to do with anything? This "backwoods" individual writes computer software for a living.

#82 fieryprophet

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:19 PM

Lol no one wants to read your shitty wall of text. If you're fired a few years after at the very least making the superbowl or even winning it, you are a bad coach. Remember that little prediction of yours? Uh yeah.


Considering everyone here was predicting Seattle and then the 49ers would blow Atlanta out I don't feel bad about my prediction at all. My fault was thinking Matt Ryan wouldn't completely crap himself two games in a row.

#83 SZ James

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:35 PM

Considering everyone here was predicting Seattle and then the 49ers would blow Atlanta out I don't feel bad about my prediction at all. My fault was thinking Matt Ryan wouldn't completely crap himself two games in a row.


"Everyone here" probably has the ability to back down when their wrong instead of doing whatever intellectual gymnastics they have to do in order to still be "right".

What we're seeing here is your hubris crumble into a million pieces. U MAD BRO

#84 fieryprophet

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:41 PM

"Everyone here" probably has the ability to back down when their wrong instead of doing whatever intellectual gymnastics they have to do in order to still be "right".

What we're seeing here is your hubris crumble into a million pieces. U MAD BRO


MMmhmm. Real mad, alright.

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:47 PM

Several media people said that the Panthers reached out to Harbaugh but apparently he wasn't interested.

He is a great coach and he was #1 on my list when we hired Rivera

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:56 PM

man you guys are killing FP for no real reason. he's not saying harbaugh's a bad coach, he's saying the roster's been so well stocked with talent that it makes up for any deficiencies that might otherwise be exposed on a roster of, say, carolina panthers caliber.

still a better coach than ron rivera, and i don't think we'd be 7-9 if harbaugh was here.

#87 SZ James

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:03 PM

man you guys are killing FP for no real reason. he's not saying harbaugh's a bad coach, he's saying the roster's been so well stocked with talent that it makes up for any deficiencies that might otherwise be exposed on a roster of, say, carolina panthers caliber.

still a better coach than ron rivera, and i don't think we'd be 7-9 if harbaugh was here.


He said Harbaugh is gonna get fired in two years. That's the very definition of bad after making it this far in the playoffs in your second year.

And it wasn't just a "hey guys I just think that such in such". It was "IT'S GONNA FÜCKING HAPPEN AND WHEN IT DOES I'M GONNA BUMP EVERY FÜCKING THREAD ARGLBLGARBL!!!"

So it's for good reason.

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:05 PM

man you guys are killing FP for no real reason. he's not saying harbaugh's a bad coach, he's saying the roster's been so well stocked with talent that it makes up for any deficiencies that might otherwise be exposed on a roster of, say, carolina panthers caliber.

still a better coach than ron rivera, and i don't think we'd be 7-9 if harbaugh was here.


People here seem to think we have 6 Pro Bowlers on defense and Rivera is simply mismanaging them into the ground.

#89 fieryprophet

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:05 PM

He said Harbaugh is gonna get fired in two years. That's the very definition of bad after making it this far in the playoffs in your second year.

And it wasn't just a "hey guys I just think that such in such". It was "IT'S GONNA FÜCKING HAPPEN AND WHEN IT DOES I'M GONNA BUMP EVERY FÜCKING THREAD ARGLBLGARBL!!!"

So it's for good reason.


Has it been two years yet?

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:10 PM

i missed the fired in two years part, yeah that's pretty baseless


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