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Eric Mangini is in talks with the 49ers (consultant job) *EDIT - HIRED*

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Originally posted by Youngone:
They will probably ask his opinion and then do the complete opposite.


LOL! You're killing me dude!!! lmao!!!
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Great hire. Preparing for the future.

lol whats this suppose to mean? replacing Harbaugh in 10 years?
Originally posted by daWest:
What is an ESPN Studio analyst really gonna bring to the table? Everyone saw what a failure he was in NY. How he alienated his HOF quarterback. This guy is a douche. What exactly do we need a consultanist for anyway? It's definitely not because of his expertism or knowledguity. Last time this guy was in the spotlight, he ruined his own coaching career by talking. Yea...Dont understand this move at all

Expertism and knowledguity are two hard traits to find dude.
Originally posted by daWest:
What is an ESPN Studio analyst really gonna bring to the table? Everyone saw what a failure he was in NY. How he alienated his HOF quarterback. This guy is a douche. What exactly do we need a consultanist for anyway? It's definitely not because of his expertism or knowledguity. Last time this guy was in the spotlight, he ruined his own coaching career by talking. Yea...Dont understand this move at all

When Ed Donatell gets a DC job, Mangini might be our DB coach.
Originally posted by daWest:
What is an ESPN Studio analyst really gonna bring to the table? Everyone saw what a failure he was in NY. How he alienated his HOF quarterback. This guy is a douche. What exactly do we need a consultanist for anyway? It's definitely not because of his expertism or knowledguity. Last time this guy was in the spotlight, he ruined his own coaching career by talking. Yea...Dont understand this move at all

I couldn't agree with you more. Mangini is avg at best. Maybe this is one way to bring competition for the coaches as well? who the heck knows.

As long as the 49ers are winning, ...they can hire all the consultants they want.
The more football knowledge in house the better. He's not here to "run" anything. Just to provide insight. JH wants to pick his brain.
I love this move. He can step in as the DC when Vic gets a head coaching job.
I think this will be a pretty good hire.
Originally posted by SealTeam6:
Originally posted by Amir:
RT @JasonLaCanfora: Mangini's role with the 49ers, if it came together, would be to assist the offense with ideas on how to prepare for certain defenses, etc

Is that code for - Roman sucks balls and cost us a SB so get somebody in here that know what the f**k they are doing before I lose my job?

Then wouldn't you need an expert in offense instead of Mangini, an expert on defense?
Originally posted by daWest:
What is an ESPN Studio analyst really gonna bring to the table? Everyone saw what a failure he was in NY. How he alienated his HOF quarterback. This guy is a douche. What exactly do we need a consultanist for anyway? It's definitely not because of his expertism or knowledguity. Last time this guy was in the spotlight, he ruined his own coaching career by talking. Yea...Dont understand this move at all

expertism?
knowledguity?
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by daWest:
What is an ESPN Studio analyst really gonna bring to the table? Everyone saw what a failure he was in NY. How he alienated his HOF quarterback. This guy is a douche. What exactly do we need a consultanist for anyway? It's definitely not because of his expertism or knowledguity. Last time this guy was in the spotlight, he ruined his own coaching career by talking. Yea...Dont understand this move at all

expertism?
knowledguity?

Don't forget consultanist.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by boast:
Originally posted by daWest:
What is an ESPN Studio analyst really gonna bring to the table? Everyone saw what a failure he was in NY. How he alienated his HOF quarterback. This guy is a douche. What exactly do we need a consultanist for anyway? It's definitely not because of his expertism or knowledguity. Last time this guy was in the spotlight, he ruined his own coaching career by talking. Yea...Dont understand this move at all

expertism?
knowledguity?

Don't forget consultanist.

I read this and thought it had to be a goddamn joke
Another solid football mind. Could also be Fangio Insurance if he becomes a HC.
Maybe there is something we are missing here... He's from the school of Belicheck, so maybe he has something that Jim feels this coaching staff lacks.
Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Great hire. Preparing for the future.

lol whats this suppose to mean? replacing Harbaugh in 10 years?

to replace one of the defensive coaches when one of them leaves for a promotion.