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Is our problem coaching or talent?

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At the start of the season I wanted to say we had talent but seeing how the offense performed today, I am feeling our problems might be deeper than coaching.

 

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uh...coaching

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Our offensive line is holding back the team. Our secondary is nullifying our front seven. Our coaching staff is desperately trying to plug weaknesses while over relying on our few strengths. We need serious help.

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If Jim Harbaugh had this team, we'd be 2-0. All I'm gonna say. 

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If about 50 other coaches had this team we'd be 2-0

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coaching for sure....we have showed that we can strike when the right calls are called.....this is horrible....understand the first game...close game...this game should of been a W, it lays on the coaching staff OC and Head Coach....

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COACHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT CANT GET ANY CLEARER THEN THAT

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