Originally posted by Joecool:Originally posted by MILFS:Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
This is what I've been talking about for a long time, the 49ers have the most infinite WCO data vault/intellectual property than that of any other NFL/NCAA team.
Since Holmgren created the offensive quality control position (with Gruden) back in the early 90s; there's now up to 200+ hours of audio/video/digital/paper data stored/filed by Walsh, Gruden, Holmgren, Shanahan, Marty Morneweg, and Mooch; sitting behind a locked gate in a storage room somewhere at the training facility.
It's no joke, this is why I've been stoked about Harbaugh.
OMG IM SO EXCITED
So, none of you think Shanahan, Reid, Holmgren...saw these and made personal copies?
Everybody's added their own wrinkle to the WCO over time. -No WCO is the same, and that's what makes it so special (and hard to predict/plan around).
Harbaugh gave the total Bill Walsh 'answer' during his first interviews with the media last Friday. -The WCO is almost more than x's and o's, it's almost a way of life; an astute form of preparation philosophy which utilizes/places certain types of skill-players into positions to succeed (based upon special training regiments and technique-emphasis).