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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:11 PM

Firey you're a moron, seriously. You said in two years he'd be fired and you were serious...and you still defend that? Good fuging lord man. Harbaugh had the balls and not the blind loyalty to his QB to switch unexpedely to a fuging nobody. That is one hell of a decision to make and he was dead right about it, going straight to the super bowl. There is a pure coaching decision. Not that he couldn't almost make it even with Alex Smith. Harbaugh is a great coach and it sucks we couldn't have him and even more embarrising our stupid owner makes comments the way he does, then goes on to fug us and you sit here and make excuses for everything. I love how you just talk about how the Faclons lost it but it was a very close game. You have no argument and make no sense.

Obviously even a super bowl won't convince you so what does it even matter? lmao

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:16 PM

how many probowlers did they have before he got there?

when was their last NFCCG prior to him getting there?

how about their last playoff win? or their last playoff appearance? or their last winning season?

how long did it take for them to find success after he got there?

maybe all they needed to do was figure out that the major thing holding them back was the former '85 superbowl bears Lb they made the mistake of hiring as HC and they just needed someone who had a clue.

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:23 PM

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:24 PM

Firey you're a moron, seriously. You said in two years he'd be fired and you were serious...and you still defend that? Good fuging lord man. Harbaugh had the balls and not the blind loyalty to his QB to switch unexpedely to a fuging nobody. That is one hell of a decision to make and he was dead right about it, going straight to the super bowl. There is a pure coaching decision. Not that he couldn't almost make it even with Alex Smith. Harbaugh is a great coach and it sucks we couldn't have him and even more embarrising our stupid owner makes comments the way he does, then goes on to fug us and you sit here and make excuses for everything. I love how you just talk about how the Faclons lost it but it was a very close game. You have no argument and make no sense.

Obviously even a super bowl won't convince you so what does it even matter? lmao


My opinion. Probably will be wrong. We'll see. But I take such a hard stance on Harbugh mostly because I absolutely cannot stand the people who worship him on this board when there's no goddamn reason to imagine he would have done any better here than anywhere else. And worse, they go on anti JR tangents as if he's somehow to blame for Harbaugh deciding he wanted to go to San Fransisco and that was it.

So, yeah, I might be overreacting, but frankly, I hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate HATE the asshats that bloviate on his achievements on this board.

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:26 PM

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:51 PM

Wow that jim Harbaugh is one hellova coach huh.
Perfect half time adjustments and zero points for the Falcons in the 2nd half.
Coaching matters.

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 09:14 PM

Cant decide who's better, Jim or John.

*goes to start John Harbaugh thread*

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 09:22 PM

Do we have a humble pie button?

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 10:06 PM

I hope his big brother whoops his ass

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:41 AM

JR still thinks he is a WR for the Baltimore Colts and gas is 0.49 a gallon


I just laughed so hard I woke up my kids.

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 10:43 AM

Wow that jim Harbaugh is one hellova coach huh.
Perfect half time adjustments and zero points for the Falcons in the 2nd half.
Coaching matters.

rivera should be taking notes.

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 10:59 AM

My opinion. Probably will be wrong. We'll see. But I take such a hard stance on Harbugh mostly because I absolutely cannot stand the people who worship him on this board when there's no goddamn reason to imagine he would have done any better here than anywhere else. And worse, they go on anti JR tangents as if he's somehow to blame for Harbaugh deciding he wanted to go to San Fransisco and that was it.

So, yeah, I might be overreacting, but frankly, I hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate HATE the asshats that bloviate on his achievements on this board.


I read your lengthier, earlier response breaking down Harbaugh on Offensive and defensive schemes, etc., and a lot of what you said was true? Agreed.

However, what do you expect from Panther fans? The 49ers ended up with Harbaugh, and the Panthers ended up with Rivera, while JR indicated he didn't know who the guy was or cared (whether that's true or not). Meanwhile, John Harbaugh is a good coach and going to the SuperBaugh to hang out with his bro! Meanwhile, Rivera's still looking for a staff.

Being a good coach, is not all about being a super tactician. Many times, it's being a leader of men, a CEO/Manager, and having the balls to make the right moves and decisions off and off the field. John Harbaugh appears to be all those attributes in spades. Until proven otherwise, Rivera does not!

Rivera, by all accounts is a brilliant X and 0's defensive guy. But that's on paper (or when things are standing still). Now, as an active coach, Rivera has a litany of problems (sticking with unproductive veterans, not taking charge of his mad scientist OC earlier, TO, time, game management issues, stupid decision making, as well playing not to lose and unaggressively way too often, especially when games count). You know them. The only thing Rivera appears to do legitimately well, is young player development, particularly on defense, and having his players play hard for him, which obviously hasn't been enough during his tenure so far. Let's hope he learned from his various mistakes the past two seasons, when the games count next year. The Panthers need this.

So here you had two bad teams, with bad coaches the past few years, and all of a sudden one of them now a proven winner (Jim Harbaugh), when the previous coach of that team--Singletary, was a big time loser. And let's not even talk about where the Panthers have been the same two seasons in comparison, even with some talented players in key positions themselves (they didn't have to have the same success as Frisco, but at least their coach and team could look competent). So far it's been a KO (or at least a 12 rd beat down in a title fight) in Harbaugh vs Rivera, so far. Let's face it!?

You can't blame people (and I'm not including your predictions against Harbaugh, which I'm not going to get into here. LOL) for feeling the way they do. Of course we'll still give Rivera another chance next year.

Good post though (on that earlier Harbaugh breakdown).

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 11:08 AM

LOL at the people that think JIm Harbaugh would have ever come here. Get real. Look at the roster he inherited. Complete rebuild vs. pieces in place. Do the math.

Jim Harbaugh is a great coach and a smart man. Don't kid yourselves.

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 11:20 AM

I read your lengthier, earlier response breaking down Harbaugh on Offensive and defensive schemes, etc., and a lot of what you said was true? Agreed.

However, what do you expect from Panther fans? The 49ers ended up with Harbaugh, and the Panthers ended up with Rivera, while JR indicated he didn't know who the guy was or cared (whether that's true or not). Meanwhile, John Harbaugh is a good coach and going to the SuperBaugh to hang out with his brother!

Being a good coach, is not all about being a super tactician. Many times, it's being a leader of men, a CEO/Manager, and having the balls to make the right moves and decisions off and off the field. John Harbaugh appears to be all those attributes in spades. Until proven otherwise, Rivera does not!

Rivera, by all accounts is a brilliant X and 0's defensive guy. But that's on paper (or when things are standing still). Now, as an active coach, Rivera has a litany of problems (sticking with unproductive veterans, not taking charge of his mad scientist OC earlier, TO, time, game management issues, stupid decision making, as well playing not to lose and unaggressively way too often, especially when games count). You know them. The only thing Rivera appears to do legitimately well, is young player development, particularly on defense, and having his players play hard for him, which obviously hasn't bee enough. Let's hope he learned from his various mistakes the past two seasons, when the games count next year.

So here you had two bad teams, with bad coaches the past few years, and all of a sudden one of them now a proven winner (Jim Harbaugh), when the previous coach of that team--Singletary, was a big time loser. And let's not even talk about where the Panthers have been the same two seasons in comparison, even with some talented players in key positions themselves (they didn't have to have the same success as Frisco, but at least their coach and team could look competent). So far it's been a KO (or at least a 12 rd beat down in a title fight) in Harbaugh vs Rivera, so far. Let's face it!?

You can't blame people (and I'm not including your predictions against Harbaugh, which I'm not going to get into here. LOL) for feeling the way they do. Of course we'll still give Rivera another chance next year.

Good post though (on that earlier Harbaugh breakdown).


Nowhere in all of my Harbaughs rants have I made any comparison between him and Rivera. I'm not attacking Harbaugh for the sake of making Rivera look good in comparison, because Rivera has shown he has a lot to learn (and seems to be slowly learning it.) I'm merely stating that Harbaugh isn't by definition a better coach than Rivera just because he had the good fortune of landing in San Fransisco (his preferred destination.) Jim's done a good job with the 49ers, but he's not an elite coach, and we would be marginally better at best (and likely worse) if he was our coach with our current talent.

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 11:24 AM

LOL at the people that think JIm Harbaugh would have ever come here. Get real. Look at the roster he inherited. Complete rebuild vs. pieces in place. Do the math.

Jim Harbaugh is a great coach and a smart man. Don't kid yourselves.


I agree that Harbaugh wouldn't have come here, but it wasn't for the reason you mentioned. He wanted to stay in the Bay area, and I'm not sure JR would have been willing to put up the kind of money he was looking for.

Our roster was not bad at all when Rivera took over. We had a #1 pick, great RB's, what was thought at the time to be a very, very solid o-line, a great LB corps (remember, Beason was still "healthy" back then), and a secondary that featured Gamble and Godfrey (which many analysts seem to value more than we do). Our cupboard was far from bare.

Harbaugh has also turned over a big part of that roster since he took over, so it's not like he had a team ready-made.


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