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Jim Harbaugh Thread

I don't know how Harbaugh will be as an NFL coach. But he seems to be a great college coach had he stayed. I think he had put together a very good coaching staff and that is a major step in being successful in the NFL.
  • mayo49
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I'm still jacked.
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Meh,

I'm beginning to have some deep misgivings about HarBlasé.

We shoulda hired Jeff Tedford. At least that dude can recognize a quality QB.

No, please, no.
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Meh,

I'm beginning to have some deep misgivings about HarBlasé.

We shoulda hired Jeff Tedford. At least that dude can recognize a quality QB.

what spurred this? He hasn't even been able to do anything yet.

And aside from Rodgers, who else has Tedford developed?
[ Edited by darkknight49 on Mar 4, 2011 at 12:38 PM ]
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Meh,

I'm beginning to have some deep misgivings about HarBlasé.

We shoulda hired Jeff Tedford. At least that dude can recognize a quality QB.

what spurred this? He hasn't even been able to do anything yet.

And aside from Rodgers, who else has Tedford developed?

Quote:
Fresno State
Trent Dilfer 6th overall 1994, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
David Carr 1st overall 2002, Houston Texans

Oregon
Akili Smith 3rd overall 1999, Cincinnati Bengals
Joey Harrington 3rd overall 2002, Detroit Lions

California
Kyle Boller 19th overall 2003, Baltimore Ravens
Aaron Rodgers 24th overall 2005, Green Bay Packers

Tedford also coached Billy Volek, a backup quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, and A.J. Feeley, a backup quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.

- 98
Originally posted by kidash:
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Meh,

I'm beginning to have some deep misgivings about HarBlasé.

We shoulda hired Jeff Tedford. At least that dude can recognize a quality QB.

what spurred this? He hasn't even been able to do anything yet.

And aside from Rodgers, who else has Tedford developed?

Quote:
Fresno State
Trent Dilfer 6th overall 1994, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
David Carr 1st overall 2002, Houston Texans

Oregon
Akili Smith 3rd overall 1999, Cincinnati Bengals
Joey Harrington 3rd overall 2002, Detroit Lions

California
Kyle Boller 19th overall 2003, Baltimore Ravens
Aaron Rodgers 24th overall 2005, Green Bay Packers

Tedford also coached Billy Volek, a backup quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, and A.J. Feeley, a backup quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.

- 98

And it's interesting that only Rodgers has had success on the NFL level. He also wasn't on Tedford's radar screen coming out of high school. It's only when Tedford visited Butte College to look at another prospect -- did he first lay eyes upon Rodgers.

He was really an afterthought -- even after Tedford signed him. I don't think Tedford really expected Rodgers to blossom like he did.
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by kidash:
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Meh,

I'm beginning to have some deep misgivings about HarBlasé.

We shoulda hired Jeff Tedford. At least that dude can recognize a quality QB.

what spurred this? He hasn't even been able to do anything yet.

And aside from Rodgers, who else has Tedford developed?

Quote:
Fresno State
Trent Dilfer 6th overall 1994, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
David Carr 1st overall 2002, Houston Texans

Oregon
Akili Smith 3rd overall 1999, Cincinnati Bengals
Joey Harrington 3rd overall 2002, Detroit Lions

California
Kyle Boller 19th overall 2003, Baltimore Ravens
Aaron Rodgers 24th overall 2005, Green Bay Packers

Tedford also coached Billy Volek, a backup quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, and A.J. Feeley, a backup quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.

- 98

And it's interesting that only Rodgers has had success on the NFL level. He also wasn't on Tedford's radar screen coming out of high school. It's only when Tedford visited Butte College to look at another prospect -- did he first lay eyes upon Rodgers.

He was really an afterthought -- even after Tedford signed him. I don't think Tedford really expected Rodgers to blossom like he did.

I think we're forgetting something.

Harbaugh has not only been successful developing college quarterbacks, but he has also been successful at WINNING at the college level. I think he gets the nod over Tedford as a coach.
Originally posted by redrathman:
And Niner Talk gets another Harbaugh thread.

Could have been an Alex Smith thread... Consider yourself lucky.
Originally posted by Lott49ersFan:
Originally posted by redrathman:
And Niner Talk gets another Harbaugh thread.

Could have been an Alex Smith thread... Consider yourself lucky.

Oh no you said the A word
Originally posted by Lott49ersFan:
Originally posted by redrathman:
And Niner Talk gets another Harbaugh thread.

Could have been an Alex Smith thread... Consider yourself lucky.

now it begins
Originally posted by mayo49:
I'm still jacked.
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by kidash:
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Meh,

I'm beginning to have some deep misgivings about HarBlasé.

We shoulda hired Jeff Tedford. At least that dude can recognize a quality QB.

what spurred this? He hasn't even been able to do anything yet.

And aside from Rodgers, who else has Tedford developed?

Quote:
Fresno State
Trent Dilfer 6th overall 1994, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
David Carr 1st overall 2002, Houston Texans

Oregon
Akili Smith 3rd overall 1999, Cincinnati Bengals
Joey Harrington 3rd overall 2002, Detroit Lions

California
Kyle Boller 19th overall 2003, Baltimore Ravens
Aaron Rodgers 24th overall 2005, Green Bay Packers

Tedford also coached Billy Volek, a backup quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, and A.J. Feeley, a backup quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.

- 98

And it's interesting that only Rodgers has had success on the NFL level. He also wasn't on Tedford's radar screen coming out of high school. It's only when Tedford visited Butte College to look at another prospect -- did he first lay eyes upon Rodgers.

He was really an afterthought -- even after Tedford signed him. I don't think Tedford really expected Rodgers to blossom like he did.

I think we're forgetting something.

Harbaugh has not only been successful developing college quarterbacks, but he has also been successful at WINNING at the college level. I think he gets the nod over Tedford as a coach.

Tedford has one losing season out of eight and he's no longer considered a "winning" coach?

You guys is tough!
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by kidash:
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Meh,

I'm beginning to have some deep misgivings about HarBlasé.

We shoulda hired Jeff Tedford. At least that dude can recognize a quality QB.

what spurred this? He hasn't even been able to do anything yet.

And aside from Rodgers, who else has Tedford developed?

Quote:
Fresno State
Trent Dilfer 6th overall 1994, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
David Carr 1st overall 2002, Houston Texans

Oregon
Akili Smith 3rd overall 1999, Cincinnati Bengals
Joey Harrington 3rd overall 2002, Detroit Lions

California
Kyle Boller 19th overall 2003, Baltimore Ravens
Aaron Rodgers 24th overall 2005, Green Bay Packers

Tedford also coached Billy Volek, a backup quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, and A.J. Feeley, a backup quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.

- 98

And it's interesting that only Rodgers has had success on the NFL level. He also wasn't on Tedford's radar screen coming out of high school. It's only when Tedford visited Butte College to look at another prospect -- did he first lay eyes upon Rodgers.

He was really an afterthought -- even after Tedford signed him. I don't think Tedford really expected Rodgers to blossom like he did.

I think we're forgetting something.

Harbaugh has not only been successful developing college quarterbacks, but he has also been successful at WINNING at the college level. I think he gets the nod over Tedford as a coach.

Tedford has one losing season out of eight and he's no longer considered a "winning" coach?

You guys is tough!

Yeah and Harbaugh built a team that was actually able to beat USC twice in a row and got to the Orange Bowl and won it.
lol at the Harbaugh/Tedford comparisons
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