Harbaugh is a great coach. He has shown that. The NFL is not college, however. He knows that he needs to keep some of his offense and defensive plays in his hip pocket because number one his team is still learning it and number two, the teams in the NFL are pretty close talent wise. On Sunday, he showed that he and his staff know how to coach and manage a game a lot better than the previous three head coaches in San Francisco.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Take away two mad-crazy kick returns late in the game, and the title of this thread is "Harbaugh is the same thing we've seen the last decade!"
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I couldn't agree more. If I didn't know better I'd say Jim poops and pisses excellence!!! It's nice to have someone that is a great coaching mind, and a good motivator. He commands the locker room. The players look like they really like him. We have some good years coming.
Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
I thought we looked horrible, but the Seahawks were even worse. Our offense was ugly and we made a rookie WR look great
So not ready to celebrate.
you take away that one play and the longest play they had was 13 yards... Our Offence was boring and very unpreductive. The D on the othe hand was dominant in the 1st have and solid in the 2nd.. So maybe a blanke statement like "we looked horrible" is a little unfair dont you think
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