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Harbaugh's Monday Post-Game Presser Thread

Originally posted by boast:
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!

I can't believe that Walsh was making Alexcuses 30 years ago.
Originally posted by unst4bl3:
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.

Don't forget...in order for Alex to be a REAL QB...he must have 400 yards like teh Kam.
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
"Really liked the energy on the sideline. Guys not in the game played vicariously through others that were."
-Harbaugh


lol. Not sure what that means, but you go Jimbo.

It means that they were rerally into the game and not just sitting on the bench staring off into space...a good sign of team chemistry and unity.
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
"Really liked the energy on the sideline. Guys not in the game played vicariously through others that were."
-Harbaugh


lol. Not sure what that means, but you go Jimbo.

It means that they were rerally into the game and not just sitting on the bench staring off into space...a good sign of team chemistry and unity.

Yeah thats good to hear. Seems like light years from last years Rams game where Sing was YELLING Troy on the sideline and Troy yelling back, "IM NOT PERFECT" then Sing literally gets in his face.
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by boast:
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!

I can't believe that Walsh was making Alexcuses 30 years ago.

Can't compare this league to 30 years ago when 3000 yards now is ho-hum. This is a passing league and yes, if Montana had those stats this year, he would suck. Alex Smith has equated to QB stats equivalent to 30 years ago.
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.


Originally posted by PTulini:
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.


If you are gonna go Mopar, you have to go 71 Hemi Cuda

Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by boast:
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!

I can't believe that Walsh was making Alexcuses 30 years ago.

Can't compare this league to 30 years ago when 3000 yards now is ho-hum. This is a passing league and yes, if Montana had those stats this year, he would suck. Alex Smith has equated to QB stats equivalent to 30 years ago.

Man you've really outdone yourself this time.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by boast:
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!

I can't believe that Walsh was making Alexcuses 30 years ago.

Can't compare this league to 30 years ago when 3000 yards now is ho-hum. This is a passing league and yes, if Montana had those stats this year, he would suck. Alex Smith has equated to QB stats equivalent to 30 years ago.

Actually with all the new rules (PI & 5 yrd contact) JoeCool could easily be even better
I'll have to look at the film... IN MY MIND.

-Harbaugh

Originally posted by FILTHpigskin:
I'll have to look at the film... IN MY MIND.

-Harbaugh


Harbaugh then dimmed the lights and projected yesterday's game from his eyes onto a large white screen.
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
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.


Originally posted by PTulini:
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.


If you are gonna go Mopar, you have to go 71 Hemi Cuda





Sublime all the way!
Originally posted by PTulini:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
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.


Originally posted by PTulini:
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.


If you are gonna go Mopar, you have to go 71 Hemi Cuda





Sublime all the way!

I really prefer Plum Crazy, but couldn't find a picture of one handily.
Originally posted by redrathman:
Harbaugh then dimmed the lights and projected yesterday's game from his eyes onto a large white screen.

Originally posted by redrathman:
Originally posted by FILTHpigskin:
I'll have to look at the film... IN MY MIND.

-Harbaugh


Harbaugh then dimmed the lights and projected yesterday's game from his eyes onto a large white screen.

Harbaugh's cool.

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