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Harbaugh Coaches Approval Rating Thread

Harbargh has won over 23 regular season games so I give him a B+. The only thing that was really bad was the pitch play against the Rams, otherwise I would give him an A-. Heck, Cowher won championships but it took him years to do it.
He made the call that many would not have made to switch to Colin Kaepernick in midseason. He has his team on the brink of another Super Bowl, in a year many expected us to have declined a bit with the tougher schedule. The LeMichael James draft pick is paying off. I know Baalke pulls the trigger, but I'm sure JH had some insight on James having been beaten by him multiple times at Stanford.

I'm sure Bruce Arians is a candidate. He did an outstanding job with the Colts. As much as I'd hate to admit it, Pete Carroll has to be in the running as well. He made the call to put Russell Wilson in over the FA Matt Flynn and had the nation believing that team could possibly win the Super Bowl. If John Fox had a shot, he blew it by not trying to score before regulation ended against Baltimore.

Who else is deserving?
Mike Shanahan
Pete Carroll
John Harbaugh
Mike Smith

All would be deserving for coach of the year.
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Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Mike Shanahan
Pete Carroll
John Harbaugh
Mike Smith

All would be deserving for coach of the year.

Pete Carroll should get it.
Bruce Arians is hands down the winner. He took the worst team in the league to the playoffs with a rookie QB.
Bruce Arians. No contest.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Bruce Arians is hands down the winner. He took the worst team in the league to the playoffs with a rookie QB.

Not to mention, he was a fill-in as well.
It's hard to decide a coach of the year before we even know which team wins it all...
I'd say Pete Carroll but he's just too big a nutsack.
i think this one time, it should go to the entire colts coaching staff... amazing what they went through and still managed to put together a good season.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Bruce Arians is hands down the winner. He took the worst team in the league to the playoffs with a rookie QB.

Can you win the award if you arent even the official head coach but just the stand in? I agree, he is deserving.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Bruce Arians is hands down the winner. He took the worst team in the league to the playoffs with a rookie QB.

Can you win the award if you arent even the official head coach but just the stand in? I agree, he is deserving.

From what I hear from the talking heads, he is indeed eligible and the front runner for the award.
Pete Carroll
Jim Harbaugh
Bruce Arians
Mike Shanahan
Bill Belichick
JH will have a great chance when Kaep takes us all the way.
I agree with the Bruce Arians call. Worse to first (well technically, second and a playoff birth), as an interim, may be unprecedented. It will be hard to go against him. If not him, then sadly, Pete Carroll. I did forget about Mike Shanahan.