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Harbaugh channels Walsh

Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
I love Lowell and his ability to rile up the 49erwebzone masses.

Yah he's good

I want him to sign up so I can ban his ass for inciting!

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Originally posted by kidash:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:

I love Lowell and his ability to rile up the 49erwebzone masses.

Yah he's good

I want him to sign up so I can ban his ass for inciting!

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Word on the street is that 190836 is Cohn.
Originally posted by LeftBankeNiner:
What a QB controversy. A never was versus a raw rookie. It's pretty sad when you've kept this guy around this long and he still is hopeless. His best position is on the sidelines with a clipboard. He doesn't have "it".

This post is hopeless, Anyone who says the other night was Smith`s or Kap`s fault has no damn clue about football. FACT!
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Originally posted by PTulini:
This was my response...

The great Bill Walsh was a combined 8-24 during his first 2 years with the 49ers. It wasn't until the end of his second year and into his third that things really began to click. As much as you want to be Debbie Downer, the real fans know that we have to give Harbaugh time to build this team his way. As the saying goes, "Rome wasn't built in a day."

that is an excuse for poor performance, because every BAD coach will also start the same way. It's back to the "Einstein got F's in science. My son get's F's in science. Therefore, my son may be the next Einstein" logic again.
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by PTulini:
This was my response...

The great Bill Walsh was a combined 8-24 during his first 2 years with the 49ers. It wasn't until the end of his second year and into his third that things really began to click. As much as you want to be Debbie Downer, the real fans know that we have to give Harbaugh time to build this team his way. As the saying goes, "Rome wasn't built in a day."

that is an excuse for poor performance, because every BAD coach will also start the same way. It's back to the "Einstein got F's in science. My son get's F's in science. Therefore, my son may be the next Einstein" logic again.

you are right. getting smashed in a preseason game is irrefutable proof that Harbaugh is a bad coach and we are a bad team. fire them all now, blow it up!
Originally posted by kidash:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:

I love Lowell and his ability to rile up the 49erwebzone masses.

Yah he's good

I want him to sign up so I can ban his ass for inciting!

- 98

lol I think he's already here
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L. Cohn is a f**kin douche of a writer who rarely has a positive thing to say about the niners, this hack just wants to stir the pot and over dramatize something thats not that big of a deal

we got beat handedly in the preseason by a team that is 2 years removed from winning the super bowl and has almost complete continuity, holy crap
Anybody that agrees with Cohn is just as bad an alarmist and extremist as this old washed up writer! Please people it's just the first preseason game after a six month lockout with a rookie NFL coach. I'm sure Harbaugh will be just fine. Everybody smoke a bowl and just relax!
[ Edited by Ramp19smoker on Aug 14, 2011 at 11:54 AM ]
[ Edited by 190836 on Aug 14, 2011 at 1:49 PM ]
Originally posted by 190836:

Profile pic?
Singletary would have ripped Lowell limb from limb if he came at him with this type of article.
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Singletary would have ripped Lowell limb from limb if he came at him with this type of article.

You don't know that!
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:


Did you watch the game? He got hit 1/2 second after he snapped the ball on every play. It's pretty hard to judge the QB in that situation. This was on lack of preparation and lack of an O Line.
I agree, they did not seem prepared for the Saints defense..... Preseason or not, blitzing is part of the game, so they should have been more prepared than what we saw....... The line has to give who ever is behind center, time to step back and throw. Alex rarely got that chance against the Saints defense. The passes he did get off were rushed an wobbly..... Its a wonder Smith wasn't injured and put out for the season.

Kaepernick used mobility to create the time the line didn't provide. On that note Kaep had more success than Alex. That's the difference I saw in the two QB's.........
Originally posted by kemp_j:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:


Did you watch the game? He got hit 1/2 second after he snapped the ball on every play. It's pretty hard to judge the QB in that situation. This was on lack of preparation and lack of an O Line.
I agree, they did not seem prepared for the Saints defense..... Preseason or not, blitzing is part of the game, so they should have been more prepared than what we saw....... The line has to give who ever is behind center, time to step back and throw. Alex rarely got that chance against the Saints defense. The passes he did get off were rushed an wobbly..... Its a wonder Smith wasn't injured and put out for the season.

Kaepernick used mobility to create the time the line didn't provide. On that note Kaep had more success than Alex. That's the difference I saw in the two QB's.........

Prepared? They just started learning the offense. Remember, no off season? Geez. Granted, more individual battles could have been won, but in no way did I expect them to be prepared for blitzes yet.
Originally posted by darkknight49:
Prepared? They just started learning the offense. Remember, no off season? Geez. Granted, more individual battles could have been won, but in no way did I expect them to be prepared for blitzes yet.

So you weren't surprised by 6 sacks in the first half? Once it started the Oline got worst as the game went on. Its part of the game, so how is an NFL team with 3 #1's, a #2 and a Probowl center not prepared to get blitzed?