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Jim Harbaugh postgame conference

http://www.49ers.com/media-gallery/videos/Press-Pass-Seattle-Postgame/846a188e-ee14-4ade-97df-3a188cb72de4

One of the best quotes that I've seen..."slept like a baby last night. I woke up every hour crying trying to figure out how to get these guys prepared."

Harbaugh is awesome!
thats great
Thank you, sir!
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
thats great

I like how honest he was. I understand that the reason for the ultra-conservative play calling was that the players haven't had enough time to get comfortable in the new offense, but when do you guys think we can expect to see us open it up?

I'm guessing it will be a week by week thing, with us opening it up a bit more as each game passes by. Expect to see this offense in full function by the end of the season.
Originally posted by niner4life21:
[W]hen do you guys think we can expect to see us open it up?

I'm guessing it will be a week by week thing, with us opening it up a bit more as each game passes by. Expect to see this offense in full function by the end of the season.
I think a lot of it is going to depend upon the defense. If we find ourselves in trouble against the Cowpokes, I think it's a fair bet that we'll open the throttle as wide as we're able.
Originally posted by niner4life21:
I like how honest he was. I understand that the reason for the ultra-conservative play calling was that the players haven't had enough time to get comfortable in the new offense, but when do you guys think we can expect to see us open it up?

I'm guessing it will be a week by week thing, with us opening it up a bit more as each game passes by. Expect to see this offense in full function by the end of the season.


Cam Newton throws for 400 hundred and he's rookie with the same amount of time to prepare. So I think all that no time is a bunch of excuses, the fact is he had no confidence in his qb.
He knows what happened in the game... It's amazing.

Remember the Dingleberry post games?
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by niner4life21:
I like how honest he was. I understand that the reason for the ultra-conservative play calling was that the players haven't had enough time to get comfortable in the new offense, but when do you guys think we can expect to see us open it up?

I'm guessing it will be a week by week thing, with us opening it up a bit more as each game passes by. Expect to see this offense in full function by the end of the season.


Cam Newton throws for 400 hundred and he's rookie with the same amount of time to prepare. So I think all that no time is a bunch of excuses, the fact is he had no confidence in his qb.

How did the Panthers do on Sunday?
i think he called pete carrol in the middle of the night and whispered "whats your deal" all week leading up to the game. totally f**ked him up
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by niner4life21:
I like how honest he was. I understand that the reason for the ultra-conservative play calling was that the players haven't had enough time to get comfortable in the new offense, but when do you guys think we can expect to see us open it up?

I'm guessing it will be a week by week thing, with us opening it up a bit more as each game passes by. Expect to see this offense in full function by the end of the season.


Cam Newton throws for 400 hundred and he's rookie with the same amount of time to prepare. So I think all that no time is a bunch of excuses, the fact is he had no confidence in his qb.


what would you prefer a QB do.....

26/49 269 yds and 1 TD and 1 INT

or

9/21 123 yds 0 TD's and 2 INT's
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by niner4life21:
I like how honest he was. I understand that the reason for the ultra-conservative play calling was that the players haven't had enough time to get comfortable in the new offense, but when do you guys think we can expect to see us open it up?

I'm guessing it will be a week by week thing, with us opening it up a bit more as each game passes by. Expect to see this offense in full function by the end of the season.


Cam Newton throws for 400 hundred and he's rookie with the same amount of time to prepare. So I think all that no time is a bunch of excuses, the fact is he had no confidence in his qb.


what would you prefer a QB do.....

26/49 269 yds and 1 TD and 1 INT

or

9/21 123 yds 0 TD's and 2 INT's

Even Kolb passed for 300 yards and he's on a new team.
Just look at Tony Romo 23-36 335 yards, 2 T.D.'s and 1 turnover that cost them the game. Yay 335 yards and 2 T.D.'s and a loss.
Originally posted by Chief:
He knows what happened in the game... It's amazing.

Remember the Dingleberry post games?

Lmao
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by niner4life21:
I like how honest he was. I understand that the reason for the ultra-conservative play calling was that the players haven't had enough time to get comfortable in the new offense, but when do you guys think we can expect to see us open it up?

I'm guessing it will be a week by week thing, with us opening it up a bit more as each game passes by. Expect to see this offense in full function by the end of the season.


Cam Newton throws for 400 hundred and he's rookie with the same amount of time to prepare. So I think all that no time is a bunch of excuses, the fact is he had no confidence in his qb.


what would you prefer a QB do.....

26/49 269 yds and 1 TD and 1 INT

or

9/21 123 yds 0 TD's and 2 INT's

Even Kolb passed for 300 yards and he's on a new team.


answer the question, which set of stats would YOU prefer
[ Edited by jreff22 on Sep 11, 2011 at 9:04 PM ]