PC/JS are obviously amazing talent evaluators and Harbaugh had a solid team gifted to him.
But which coach do you think is a better in-game coach?
49fansince70 wrote:I had to go with PC. Maybe I haven't watched enough seahawk games. But the 49ers always burn way too many times outs as a result of taking too long to get the plays in. I think they'd be much improved if, once in awhile, they played uptempo like the Pats. But then, maybe you need a QB like Brady to do that. And, really, who am I to say, a dilletante at best, but it seems they don't make adjustments when other teams take something away (*cough* rams).
onanygivensunday wrote:Pre-game prep award goes to Harbaugh.
In-game coach award goes to Carroll.
hawksfan515 wrote:I think Pete is way better in adding talent, but Harbs is a lot better at in game adjustments and coaching.
RolandDeschain wrote:hawksfan515 wrote:I think Pete is way better in adding talent, but Harbs is a lot better at in game adjustments and coaching.
See, the problem is, we don't have a basis for comparison, yet. Only now in the past month are the Seahawks an all-around GOOD team like the one Harbaugh inherited and didn't have to change one iota as far as players go. The Seahawks had considerably less talent on the roster compared to the 49ers last year, and we faced the 49ers early on the road this year with a rookie QB and still would have won w/o our receivers dropping everything thrown to them. (Relax, 49ers fans; I'm not bashing your team, I'm bashing our own WRs.)
This Sunday will be the first really good test between our two clubs since the Seahawks came back to the NFC West division, honestly.
RolandDeschain wrote:Carroll. 49ers fans, I point you to your game @ Foxboro as evidence against Harbaugh. Patriots made halftime adjustments and nearly tied the 2nd-best comeback in the history of the league. You guys had a 31-3 lead, and nearly lost it.
T-Sizzle wrote:To be fair.....when you are up 31-3 what halftime adjustment needs to be made? Cant you say what was working should continue to work?
Throwdown wrote:The only problem I have with PC is sometimes he coaches not to lose, or down to the oppositions level, best example of this was the Miami game, we should've had that in the bag, but... ya know. I really don't watch any SF games to actually sit here and make a decision between the two, I do though think the two franchises and fan bases are lucky with their respective guys. Friggin' lucked out we did.