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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 2:43 pm
  • JKent82 wrote:The amount of anger he shows is ridiculous. It hasn't seemed to bite him in the ass yet, but I still feel like its a bad attitude to show as the leader of the team.


    Not sure why. He may be psychotic, but the players love him and would run through a brick wall for the guy. They feed off his intensity and rage haha.
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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:08 pm
  • As much as I hate Jim Harbaugh, He is the only coach I can think of that I would love to coach my team.
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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:16 pm
  • "As much as I hate Jim Harbaugh, He is the only coach I can think of that I would love to coach my team."

    THIS. I despise the man, but only because he is SO D4MN GOOD. Also hate the fact that pete is on the receiving end after every game he plays against this guy.
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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:25 pm
  • Harbaugh after the game.....Oh, wait....this was before the game as well....

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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:41 pm
  • He's the kind of coach that I could see folks getting behind if he coached their team, but otherwise he's annoying. He reminds me of an Al Davis level freak show where it's probably carefully calculated behind all the bluster.
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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 6:16 pm
  • For the love of god why in the hell do we still have 9'er fans in here posting?Don't you Jabrones have your own forum to jerk each other off after a win?
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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 6:24 pm
  • Heart attack waiting to happen.
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Re: Harbaugh
Fri Oct 19, 2012 7:46 pm
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 12:58 am
  • VHawk wrote:For the love of god why in the hell do we still have 9'er fans in here posting?Don't you Jabrones have your own forum to jerk each other off after a win?


    we need 3 more to complete the circle.
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 1:56 am
  • Disp wrote:
    JKent82 wrote:The amount of anger he shows is ridiculous. It hasn't seemed to bite him in the ass yet, but I still feel like its a bad attitude to show as the leader of the team.


    Not sure why. He may be psychotic, but the players love him and would run through a brick wall for the guy. They feed off his intensity and rage haha.


    Just wait a few more seasons when all those top picks from the mid 2000s end up retiring or being too old to be productive... There is no evidence that he can draft well as of now.
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:04 am
  • Largent80 wrote:Harbaugh after the game.....Oh, wait....this was before the game as well....

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    LOL. Not gonna ask how you found that. I'll find a way to use that pic though. Too funny.
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:22 am
  • Disp wrote:
    JKent82 wrote:The amount of anger he shows is ridiculous. It hasn't seemed to bite him in the ass yet, but I still feel like its a bad attitude to show as the leader of the team.


    Not sure why. He may be psychotic, but the players love him and would run through a brick wall for the guy. They feed off his intensity and rage haha.


    Yea, the guy plays a conservative game but CRAZY as fvck for an ex-QB. Hell, put some white paint on that guy's face and he'd be the joker. After his working the refs all game long his last decision to decline the points for his team was a head scratcher. Only reason for that decision is that he was being generous to Wilson and PC after knowing he's got the win. Why else would you take away 2pts from your team and give your opponent 16 yards when you have the win either way?
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:26 am
  • StaffAmerica74 wrote:
    Disp wrote:
    JKent82 wrote:The amount of anger he shows is ridiculous. It hasn't seemed to bite him in the ass yet, but I still feel like its a bad attitude to show as the leader of the team.


    Not sure why. He may be psychotic, but the players love him and would run through a brick wall for the guy. They feed off his intensity and rage haha.


    Just wait a few more seasons when all those top picks from the mid 2000s end up retiring or being too old to be productive... There is no evidence that he can draft well as of now.


    Really? Aldon Smith, Colin Kaepernick, Chris Culliver, Kendall Hunter, and Bruce Miller are all pretty important starters or backups, and all were drafted last season. Seems like pretty good evidence to me.

    Russ Willstrong wrote:Yea, the guy plays a conservative game but CRAZY as fvck for an ex-QB. Hell, put some white paint on that guy's face and he'd be the joker. After his working the refs all game long his last decision to decline the points for his team was a head scratcher. Only reason for that decision is that he was being generous to Wilson and PC after knowing he's got the win. Why else would you take away 2pts from your team and give your opponent 16 yards when you have the win either way?


    Because all that matters are wins and injuries. Why risk an injury for 2 points when that 2 points doesn't change the outcome?
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 10:43 am
  • JGfromtheNW wrote:
    JKent82 wrote:The amount of anger he shows is ridiculous. It hasn't seemed to bite him in the ass yet, but I still feel like its a bad attitude to show as the leader of the team.


    Haha ya he rages. I think it is pretty comical.

    In all seriousness though, I look at the guy and I get angry... He just looks like an all-american prick.



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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:15 am
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    C'mon man, his childish tantrums just shows he cares LOLOLOLOL
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:23 am
  • JGfromtheNW wrote:
    JKent82 wrote:The amount of anger he shows is ridiculous. It hasn't seemed to bite him in the ass yet, but I still feel like its a bad attitude to show as the leader of the team.


    Haha ya he rages. I think it is pretty comical.

    In all seriousness though, I look at the guy and I get angry... He just looks like an all-american prick.


    He doesn't just LOOK like an all-American plick, he IS one!
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:27 am
  • Let me say this one big thing that has changed this year.

    Last year he'd have taken the 2 points and been done with it, not giving a good God damn what the other team or players thought. The game was over anyway.

    This year he made them measure to see if we made the 1st down. If we did, he would have taken the 2 points because he'd have been forced to. Then they get the ball back and again the games over.

    So when he found out we didn't make the first down, he declined the penalty cause they were going to get the ball and again, the game is over.

    So he didn't add on the 2 points because he didn't have to. That's a big change from the way he has been in the past at any level.

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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 4:16 pm
  • The Radish wrote:Let me say this one big thing that has changed this year.

    Last year he'd have taken the 2 points and been done with it, not giving a good God damn what the other team or players thought. The game was over anyway.

    This year he made them measure to see if we made the 1st down. If we did, he would have taken the 2 points because he'd have been forced to. Then they get the ball back and again the games over.

    So when he found out we didn't make the first down, he declined the penalty cause they were going to get the ball and again, the game is over.

    So he didn't add on the 2 points because he didn't have to. That's a big change from the way he has been in the past at any level.

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    I think he took the kneel down because if they take the 2 points and botch the free kick return it's possible they give up 7 points, and lose. It really was a smart decision, just a bit strange.
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:15 pm
  • JesterHawk wrote:
    The Radish wrote:Let me say this one big thing that has changed this year.

    Last year he'd have taken the 2 points and been done with it, not giving a good God damn what the other team or players thought. The game was over anyway.

    This year he made them measure to see if we made the 1st down. If we did, he would have taken the 2 points because he'd have been forced to. Then they get the ball back and again the games over.

    So when he found out we didn't make the first down, he declined the penalty cause they were going to get the ball and again, the game is over.

    So he didn't add on the 2 points because he didn't have to. That's a big change from the way he has been in the past at any level.

    :les:


    I think he took the kneel down because if they take the 2 points and botch the free kick return it's possible they give up 7 points, and lose. It really was a smart decision, just a bit strange.



    Remember they were already up 7 so its a win either way for them. But the fact he didn't tack on any extra point, in fact went out of his way to avoid that makes me think he is thinking down the road a bit more than he used to.

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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:19 pm
  • ensett wrote:He is way too angry for his own good. This dude is gonna die before he turns 55, his heart health is gonna drop so fast

    I think his heart is going to be fine, but it wouldn't be too surprised if he has a stroke someday.
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Re: Harbaugh
Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:23 pm
  • He didnt play the game with that much enthusiasm
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Re: Harbaugh
Sun Oct 21, 2012 6:11 am
  • Starrman44 wrote:He's the kind of coach that I could see folks getting behind if he coached their team, but otherwise he's annoying. He reminds me of an Al Davis level freak show where it's probably carefully calculated behind all the bluster.




    exactly as a 9ers fan i love him..atleast u cant tell he cares and he puts his all into it... Hawks fans are crazy because if he were ur head coach u guys would all love him for his Intense Fire lol... just like we think Carroll acts like a little giddy kid jumping into other grown men arms after a good play lol.. but if he were our coach we would love it like u guys do.. it goes both ways
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