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Harbaugh appealing a 20 pass attempts from last night!

Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by fly15:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
JH is being a hypocrite he always says we ain't a stats team.

JH is biggest AS hater of them all

agree


What makes you say that?

They have no reason to say it mayo. They just say it for reactions.

No its because he says we are not a stats team and yet he tries to get the league to upgrade his players stats. If he truly didn't care about stats he wouldn't even be worried or be thinking about this.

Is that a good enough answer for you Rubber ?
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by fly15:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by McLovinAlexSmith:
JH is being a hypocrite he always says we ain't a stats team.

JH is biggest AS hater of them all

agree


What makes you say that?

They have no reason to say it mayo. They just say it for reactions.

No its because he says we are not a stats team and yet he tries to get the league to upgrade his players stats. If he truly didn't care about stats he wouldn't even be worried or be thinking about this.

Is that a good enough answer for you Rubber ?

Isn't it a leaders job to get his subordinates not to worry about getting personal accolades and worry about the whole, but try to reward your subordinates whenever possible with awards/accolades. That is what a good leader supposed to do, and that is what Harbaugh is doing as head coach and leader of this team. How does that make him a hypocrite?
The TEAM doesnt care about INDIVIDUAL stats in their style of play. They want wins.... however, to check if a record is broken after a WIN is giving positive reinforcement to your player. Theydont care baout stats when game planning or calling plays. It seems so clear...this is sounding like the "take the safety" debate