Originally posted by SofaKing:
You're reading too much into my "respectfully disagree" comment dude. Don't take it so seriously.
True, the fans don't have anywhere near the access to info like Harbaugh and FO do. Doesn't mean we can't form our own opinions. Even the paid professionals get it horribly wrong sometimes. Balmer and Jenkins were terrible picks, and the fans knew it from the get go. Other picks the fans hated, but the FO got right (Aldon, Kap, Culliver, Miller). It happens.
It's wrong to think the FO always knows best, because sometimes they don't. It's not the science they make it out be IMO. They're still throwing darts at the board hoping to hit a bulls-eye.
Which means the fans are blindfolded, facing away from the bullseye and hoping to get lucky for the most part.
Bottomline, the front office has an absurdly larger amount of information available at their disposal that we'll never see. Maybe they dumped Daniels because they thought he was potato and wasn't picking up the offense. Maybe Skelton was staring at guys changing in the locker room just a tad bit too often. Maybe Baalke thinks MBT is an awesome nickname for a future star QB, who knows? We certainly don't so I don't get how people can overreact to moves such as these when we don't have all the facts.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Oct 9, 2013 at 4:33 PM ]