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Panthers eyeing Sean Payton post Rhule?


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On 5/13/2022 at 9:20 AM, CRA said:

he pretty muched solved it overall. 

Fans overall were content to have him back and lose every game w/ him.   It was basically a real goodbye we never got to have.  Rhule even robbed us from that at the end.  

 

I seriously doubt this is true.  Fan apathy or anger was just as bad at season's end as it was before Cam arrived.  

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On 5/17/2022 at 5:22 PM, rippadonn said:

excited michigan football GIF by Michigan Athletics

Proven coach. Proven NFL coach. NFL pedigree. 14yr starter at QB. Quickly turned around a rag tag bunch of SF misfits into a Superbowl team in short order. Discipline. Toughness. Success.

His name is Jim Harbaugh.

 

Just an FYI. I was pooing Harbaugh, not you. He is a grade A douchenozzle.

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31 minutes ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

Just an FYI. I was pooing Harbaugh, not you. He is a grade A douchenozzle.

If he came here and did almost as good a job he did in SF he'd be in serious running for best Panthers coach.

Look at the man. He's in amazing shape for a guy his age. That is a physical manifestation of elite self discipline. Probably from being a pro in the 80's and 90's. Slobberknocker football.

He's good at getting guys to lock in and commit to the task at hand. If he was YOUR douchenozzle like Smitty, you'd love him too.

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Harbaugh played QB in the late 80's early 90's, God bless those QBs from that era, some would say they've had some screws knocked loose.

I can see how his drive and passion and discipline might offend some folk. As a player like Ron Rivera he had a very long career at QB for the Bears. That's instant respect. You've been in the NFL, you know the grind. What it takes. How hard it is. Why you have to be locked in.

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4 minutes ago, rippadonn said:

If he came here and did almost as good a job he did in SF he'd be in serious running for best Panthers coach.

Look at the man. He's in amazing shape for a guy his age. That is a physical manifestation of elite self discipline. Probably from being a pro in the 80's and 90's. Slobberknocker football.

He's good at getting guys to lock in and commit to the task at hand. If he was YOUR douchenozzle like Smitty, you'd love him too.

 

He's losing his luster at Mich. Can't beat their 2 biggest rivals. Is losing recruits, transfers are up. Thinks he is one of the kida, and he can't get any good QBs to commit.

 

The biggest complaints are how he acts like a spoiled brat on the sidelines, and won't talk to local media after loses.

 

He ain't gonna be there much longer. Cuz his reputation is going south in a hurry.

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8 minutes ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

He's losing his luster at Mich. Can't beat their 2 biggest rivals. Is losing recruits, transfers are up. Thinks he is one of the kida, and he can't get any good QBs to commit.

 

The biggest complaints are how he acts like a spoiled brat on the sidelines, and won't talk to local media after loses.

 

He ain't gonna be there much longer. Cuz his reputation is going south in a hurry.

Lol he literally just signed a new contract.  Goddamn dude.  

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10 minutes ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

He's losing his luster at Mich. Can't beat their 2 biggest rivals. Is losing recruits, transfers are up. Thinks he is one of the kida, and he can't get any good QBs to commit.

 

The biggest complaints are how he acts like a spoiled brat on the sidelines, and won't talk to local media after loses.

 

He ain't gonna be there much longer. Cuz his reputation is going south in a hurry.

Ooooh. So you're telling there's a chance!? NFL is a different landscape. This is from an all time win percentage list. Harbugh was top five along with guys like John Madden. 

Jim Harbaugh

Jim Harbaugh comes in at No. 5 on the all-time list with a .695 winning percentage, though his tenure in the NFL was short. Harbaugh coached four seasons for the San Francisco 49ers before landing his job at the University of Michigan.

 

https://www.nbcsports.com/bayarea/49ers/which-nfl-coaches-have-highest-winning-percentage-ever

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29 minutes ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

He's losing his luster at Mich. Can't beat their 2 biggest rivals. Is losing recruits, transfers are up. Thinks he is one of the kida, and he can't get any good QBs to commit.

 

The biggest complaints are how he acts like a spoiled brat on the sidelines, and won't talk to local media after loses.

 

He ain't gonna be there much longer. Cuz his reputation is going south in a hurry.

Michigan was in the college football playoffs last season. 

Harbaugh just signed a 5 year contract extension 2 months ago. 

Michigan beat Ohio St and Penn St last year.

Just pulled the #5 QB per rivals from the 2021 class. 

 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Lol he literally just signed a new contract.  Goddamn dude.  

Didn't know that. Missed opportunity because he did want to come back to the NFL. Winning in the NFL ain't easy. He should be a NFL coach.

We've had our chances. We stumbled into Matt Corral and I'm happy to see what McAdoo or don't so...

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8 minutes ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

He's losing his luster at Mich. Can't beat their 2 biggest rivals. Is losing recruits, transfers are up. Thinks he is one of the kida, and he can't get any good QBs to commit.

 

The biggest complaints are how he acts like a spoiled brat on the sidelines, and won't talk to local media after loses.

 

He ain't gonna be there much longer. Cuz his reputation is going south in a hurry.

I don't know....he beat OSU last year, so they are finishing the bronze statue of him as we speak.  Of course, if they lose to OSU this year, that statue will be toppled and melted down.  Or next year, or the year after.

Harbaugh has a shelf life.  San Francisco jettisoned him too soon and for the wrong reasons, which were largely because they had an idiot for a GM (this decision or not) and owners who were still thinking people paid to see them own the team.  But, he would have had to move on in probably 2 or 3 more years, anyway, unless they tore down the roster and brought in almost entirely new faces.  College is different because the entire roster is turned over every 3-4 years. 

I've always thought there were four classes of HCes in the NFL. 

The builders, who can take a team from rock bottom and build it to being a contender.  Once they get it to that point, most have trouble handling it from there.

The maximizes, who can take a decent to good team and get them to the next level.  They can squeeze every drop of performance a team has to give, but they can't necessarily build the team from ground zero.

The maintainers, who can take a team and maintain its success over a period of time.  They generally can't build it, they might be able to maximize some of it, but their real talent is keeping them there once they make it.  In a sense they can build just enough to maintain success over time, and maximize just enough to never stagnate. 

The destroyers.  They have the reverse Midas touch.  Everything they touch turns to dung.  They can even show some short-term success, but it is at great cost.

Harbaugh in the NFL is probably a maximizer, based on my Richter Scale.

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6 minutes ago, Sgt Schultz said:

I don't know....he beat OSU last year, so they are finishing the bronze statue of him as we speak.  Of course, if they lose to OSU this year, that statue will be toppled and melted down.  Or next year, or the year after.

Harbaugh has a shelf life.  San Francisco jettisoned him too soon and for the wrong reasons, which were largely because they had an idiot for a GM (this decision or not) and owners who were still thinking people paid to see them own the team.  But, he would have had to move on in probably 2 or 3 more years, anyway, unless they tore down the roster and brought in almost entirely new faces.  College is different because the entire roster is turned over every 3-4 years. 

I've always thought there were four classes of HCes in the NFL. 

The builders, who can take a team from rock bottom and build it to being a contender.  Once they get it to that point, most have trouble handling it from there.

The maximizes, who can take a decent to good team and get them to the next level.  They can squeeze every drop of performance a team has to give, but they can't necessarily build the team from ground zero.

The maintainers, who can take a team and maintain its success over a period of time.  They generally can't build it, they might be able to maximize some of it, but their real talent is keeping them there once they make it.  In a sense they can build just enough to maintain success over time, and maximize just enough to never stagnate. 

The destroyers.  They have the reverse Midas touch.  Everything they touch turns to dung.  They can even show some short-term success, but it is at great cost.

Harbaugh in the NFL is probably a maximizer, based on my Richter Scale.

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