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Would you trade Jim harbaugh to Miami?

Would you trade Jim harbaugh to Miami?

How any one can suggest that, that is insane we have all grown attached to Jim he is the 49ers it's his team and they truly do resemble his image i do not want to see any one coach this team until Harbaugh decides to call it quits. He took us from a mediocre team to a 10+ win a season and SuperBowl contender. And if we beat the Panthers we go the NFC Championship for the 3rd year in a row that hasn't happened since 92 93 94 with Seifert so hell no Jim stays end of story.
[ Edited by Raul98 on Jan 9, 2014 at 8:21 PM ]
IIRC, the NFL changed the rules that teams couldn't trade a coach for compensation after the raiders and bucs did it with Gruden. And besides that point, this:


Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
trade a coach who has taken his team to the NFC championship three straight times, has found a franchise QB and has developed us into the most stacked team in the league.




We had plenty of 1st round picks when we sucked.

If Harbaugh leaves, we slip back into mediocrity. Guaranteed.

And thats why the 49ers will never let Harbaugh go. Hes worth WAY too much money to the organization.
Late harvest, ha? Indica or Sativa?
You're just f**king around with this question, right? Of course the answer is no. They don't have a single player who is better at any position than any of ours, including Mike Wallace. Their draft picks, past present or future are worse than ours. Example, Dion Jordan picked #3 last year was supposed to be another Aldon. He sucks. F**k the Dolphins!
So far there have been 14 votes - all of us said heck no.

LOL @ whoever picks yup.

Come on, man!
Trade him for LeBron James
f**k No! Really worked out well for the Raiders when they traded Gruden.
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
trade a coach who has taken his team to the NFC championship three straight times, has found a franchise QB and has developed us into the most stacked team in the league.

Hmm did he build our team? I don't like the idea either but four picks would be hard to pass. Hated when mooch screwed us.

he and baalke drafted together and inherited some players but theres no doubt that harbaugh and his staff have elevated the games of nearly everyone on the staff including alex smith and got us 2 high picks for him. i think harbaughs impact on the team is unmeasurable. his attitude, passion and knowledge of the game is off the charts and its infectious. the whole team has become harbaugh. i wouldnt trade him for a 1st round pick every year for 5 years. a proven winner who gets better every year is irreplaceable. he could be the second coming of bill walsh, the chosen one...

So there aren't anymore great coaches out there? Saban? Jimmy Johnson?

are you f**kin serious?
Miami is one of the most pitiful franchises on Earth if they're really attempting this s**t.
La Canfora is apparently still bitter about being flat out wrong when he tweeted that Jim Harbaugh was going to be the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins back in 2011. LOL this guy is a douche and 49ers hater.
Thanks LaCanfora for polluting the web with this ridiculousness . . . you effing tool !!!
Larry Krueger was interviewing him a week ago and right in the middle of the segment Krueger asks Lacanfora if it's important to be right about breaking news, Total silence then Lacanfora takes a gulp and responds "of course you have to be right every time" lol.
Originally posted by ModestoNiner33:
Larry Krueger was interviewing him a week ago and right in the middle of the segment Krueger asks Lacanfora if it's important to be right about breaking news, Total silence then Lacanfora takes a gulp and responds "of course you have to be right every time" lol.

im amazed at how some of these guys can keep their jobs as reporters when theyre wrong all the time. u only report facts, not ideas otherwise your credibility is blown to s**t. adam shefter used to be damn near 100% accurate til he left nfl net for espn, now hes wrong all the time too