Originally posted by unst4bl3:
Didn't brown get an almost starters contract last yeaR? or the year before? So obviously somebody has faith in him, I think our F.O is going to roll with what we got.
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:When nolan came in our team was full of trash, our team isnt full trash right now.. so lack of moves is very disturbing.Originally posted by JustMike:
In just a few short days, we all went from being happy that football is back, to bickering over the front office and this free agency. But instead of seeing this as a failure as some have suggested, maybe this is the plan.
Maybe this teams personel is very much all wrong for the kind of team Harbaugh and co. are wanting to build. We have had nearly a decade of horrible to mediocre football, instead of trying to build little by little and trying to turn a group of players 180 degrees, why not blow it up and build from scratch?
If you think about it, it actually makes a lot of the moves, thus far, add up:
Alex Smith: better a vet with little chance to succeed take the lumps during the mass transition.
Releasing some vets: out with the old and in with youth, to be trained in their earliest stages of there careers.
This is my thinking, it may be flawed or right on the money. I think its a risky move and I am for it, I would rather this team set itself up for a long stretch of success than a inconsistant run with lots of bumps in the road.
What do you people think?
I'm starting to think now that they are really trying to blow things up. A complete overhaul if you will, ala what Nolan did in his first couple years.
iwas going to post the same thing. nolan took over a 2-14 ball club and our best players was... well i cant even remember. we have a few superstars on our team currently.