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Harbaugh's Monday Post-Game Presser Thread

Did they ask him why Sing was calling the plays on Sunday.



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Originally posted by billbird2111:
Wants an explanation on the Madieu Williams hit from the League. "Seemed clean to me," he said.

That was as clean and as good a hit by a Safety as can be under today's NFL rules. I can't believe the officials flagged Williams for that! He hit him with his shoulder - it was a shoulder-on-shoulder hit, and a tough hit it was in jarring the ball loose from the WR. What was the T.V. color guy, Lynch, saying? That you can't hit defenseless WRs? The WR wasn't defenseless in this case as the ball wasn't flying over his head and uncatchable...it was right there in his hands, only to have it separated away by Williams' clean hit. The NFL has to look at these overly-conservative, erroneous calls by such refs. Leading with the helmet to the head is one thing...leading with the shoulder and hitting below the head is another.
[ Edited by LottDMontanaO on Sep 12, 2011 at 12:36 PM ]
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Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Confirms we ran the WCO, but tells a reporter you're not going to see the Walsh WCO. Play calls, principals, terminology are similar he says.

yeah, Harb's WCO puts a lot more emphasis on the run than Bill's ever did.

The Walsh mentality however was "pass to set up the run." There was a lot of emphasis on the run in the early days of the Walsh WCO. Very rarely did Walsh have Montana strike deep downfield. It was a dink and dunk type offense. But it was the type of offense that would pick up three to four yards with every play, which is exactly what Walsh wanted. Those were long, clock-consuming drives.

The later versions with Rice, Taylor, Craig and other stars were like the souped-up sports car version of the WCO. The 1980-84 WCO was more like a Dodge Dart.

"pass to set up the run" is exactly what i meant. Harb's seems to be the opposite.....run to set up the play-action and screens.
Originally posted by susweel:
Did they ask him why Sing was calling the plays on Sunday.



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Fysical! Looks like those vikings players are out of shape.
[ Edited by unst4bl3 on Sep 12, 2011 at 12:36 PM ]
Originally posted by billbird2111:
OK. Hands down. Best Monday News Conference I've seen from a 49er coach since Seifert.

Yeah no kidding. It's so refreshing to have a coach who knows wtf he's talking about.
Originally posted by susweel:
Did they ask him why Sing was calling the plays on Sunday.



jk

I'll have to look at the film.
Originally posted by unst4bl3:
Originally posted by susweel:
Did they ask him why Sing was calling the plays on Sunday.



jk



Fysical! Looks like those vikings players are out of shape.

Originally posted by LambdaChi49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
OK. Hands down. Best Monday News Conference I've seen from a 49er coach since Seifert.

Yeah no kidding. It's so refreshing to have a coach who knows wtf he's talking about.

i even watched it and still don't believe it
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Confirms we ran the WCO, but tells a reporter you're not going to see the Walsh WCO. Play calls, principals, terminology are similar he says.

yeah, Harb's WCO puts a lot more emphasis on the run than Bill's ever did.

The Walsh mentality however was "pass to set up the run." There was a lot of emphasis on the run in the early days of the Walsh WCO. Very rarely did Walsh have Montana strike deep downfield. It was a dink and dunk type offense. But it was the type of offense that would pick up three to four yards with every play, which is exactly what Walsh wanted. Those were long, clock-consuming drives.

The later versions with Rice, Taylor, Craig and other stars were like the souped-up sports car version of the WCO. The 1980-84 WCO was more like a Dodge Dart.


I won´t have to look at the film

-Harbaugh
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Confirms we ran the WCO, but tells a reporter you're not going to see the Walsh WCO. Play calls, principals, terminology are similar he says.

yeah, Harb's WCO puts a lot more emphasis on the run than Bill's ever did.

The Walsh mentality however was "pass to set up the run." There was a lot of emphasis on the run in the early days of the Walsh WCO. Very rarely did Walsh have Montana strike deep downfield. It was a dink and dunk type offense. But it was the type of offense that would pick up three to four yards with every play, which is exactly what Walsh wanted. Those were long, clock-consuming drives.

The later versions with Rice, Taylor, Craig and other stars were like the souped-up sports car version of the WCO. The 1980-84 WCO was more like a Dodge Dart.

True.

Some stats from those years:

1979
Joe barely played.

1980 - Joe Montana
24 pass att/game average
163 yards/game average
15 TD, 9 INT

1981
Only 6 games with more than 225 pass yards.
Montana had a 19 TD - 12 INT and a 88.4 rating. This is about what we EXPECT from Alex this season.

1982
(9 games played)
17 TD
11 INT
290 yard/game average.
88 passer rating

1983 season is when Joe really broke out statistically.
94.6 rating, 26 TD, 12 INT, almost 4k yards, 65% passing, etc.

So basically...it took about 3 years for the offense to really get in gear.
Originally posted by LambdaChi49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Confirms we ran the WCO, but tells a reporter you're not going to see the Walsh WCO. Play calls, principals, terminology are similar he says.

yeah, Harb's WCO puts a lot more emphasis on the run than Bill's ever did.

The Walsh mentality however was "pass to set up the run." There was a lot of emphasis on the run in the early days of the Walsh WCO. Very rarely did Walsh have Montana strike deep downfield. It was a dink and dunk type offense. But it was the type of offense that would pick up three to four yards with every play, which is exactly what Walsh wanted. Those were long, clock-consuming drives.

The later versions with Rice, Taylor, Craig and other stars were like the souped-up sports car version of the WCO. The 1980-84 WCO was more like a Dodge Dart.

True.

Some stats from those years:

1979
Joe barely played.

1980 - Joe Montana
24 pass att/game average
163 yards/game average
15 TD, 9 INT

1981
Only 6 games with more than 225 pass yards.
Montana had a 19 TD - 12 INT and a 88.4 rating. This is about what we EXPECT from Alex this season.

1982
(9 games played)
17 TD
11 INT
290 yard/game average.
88 passer rating

1983 season is when Joe really broke out statistically.
94.6 rating, 26 TD, 12 INT, almost 4k yards, 65% passing, etc.

So basically...it took about 3 years for the offense to really get in gear.

nice stat checking lambda, really interesting to see how low the passing was in the first 2 years.
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Originally posted by LambdaChi49:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Confirms we ran the WCO, but tells a reporter you're not going to see the Walsh WCO. Play calls, principals, terminology are similar he says.

yeah, Harb's WCO puts a lot more emphasis on the run than Bill's ever did.

The Walsh mentality however was "pass to set up the run." There was a lot of emphasis on the run in the early days of the Walsh WCO. Very rarely did Walsh have Montana strike deep downfield. It was a dink and dunk type offense. But it was the type of offense that would pick up three to four yards with every play, which is exactly what Walsh wanted. Those were long, clock-consuming drives.

The later versions with Rice, Taylor, Craig and other stars were like the souped-up sports car version of the WCO. The 1980-84 WCO was more like a Dodge Dart.

True.

Some stats from those years:

1979
Joe barely played.

1980 - Joe Montana
24 pass att/game average
163 yards/game average
15 TD, 9 INT

1981
Only 6 games with more than 225 pass yards.
Montana had a 19 TD - 12 INT and a 88.4 rating. This is about what we EXPECT from Alex this season.

1982
(9 games played)
17 TD
11 INT
290 yard/game average.
88 passer rating

1983 season is when Joe really broke out statistically.
94.6 rating, 26 TD, 12 INT, almost 4k yards, 65% passing, etc.

So basically...it took about 3 years for the offense to really get in gear.

good s**t!
Originally posted by LambdaChi49:
True.

Some stats from those years:

1979
Joe barely played.

1980 - Joe Montana
24 pass att/game average
163 yards/game average
15 TD, 9 INT

1981
Only 6 games with more than 225 pass yards.
Montana had a 19 TD - 12 INT and a 88.4 rating. This is about what we EXPECT from Alex this season.

1982
(9 games played)
17 TD
11 INT
290 yard/game average.
88 passer rating

1983 season is when Joe really broke out statistically.
94.6 rating, 26 TD, 12 INT, almost 4k yards, 65% passing, etc.

So basically...it took about 3 years for the offense to really get in gear.

We don't have 3 years, we have to derail the GB, NE express now.
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Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Confirms we ran the WCO, but tells a reporter you're not going to see the Walsh WCO. Play calls, principals, terminology are similar he says.

That was Lowell Clone

You can always tell which one is Cohn because he is the smarmy condescending one that sounds like he about to steal Christmas and has a veiled rhetorical question aimed at attacking the coach and undermining his ability.

Haha. Perfectly said!