Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by Thechamp2987:
These past three years have been worst than the 2003-2009 seasons combined.
Let's see... your username is Thechamp2987. Ok, committed to memory.
I've been a member of the Webzone since 2006. I've read a lot of stupid s**t on these boards over the past eight seasons. People say a lot of asinine things.
But I'm sorry my friend. That is by far the dumbest thing I have ever read on the Webzone forum in my entire life.
That is not a personal attack. You are probably a great person, and I respect you as a human being.
But you just wrote some really, really dumb s**t.
+1. NickSh49, don't even engage with this person, especially when he/she is writing stuff like this. Makes me wonder how much this Thechamp2987 person really knows about football and how much of a 49ers fan he/she really is - look at these unbelievable comments: I believe Harbaugh can't win the big game. He is just a tease. We are this decade's Eagles. Even if they do win a Super Bowl. My only thought would be that this team could of won more if kap and Harbaugh didn't suck when it mattered most.
That's having faith in your coach, QB, and your overall team, huh?
This organization is just getting things going with Kap going into only his SECOND full season as a starting NFL QB...and, we've already won three playoff road games, made it to a Super Bowl, and look at Harbaugh's overall record his first three years. Look at our organization from the top (Jed York and what he's accomplished, the stability he's brought to the team with his hires and then letting those football minds around him do their thing) on down to Baalke, Harbaugh, and the rest of the coaching staff. This organization is just getting started and the window of opportunity will continue to be there with what's in place, what's added/subtracted, and the desire to continuously get better, as we've seen be a theme during the Baalke/Harbaugh regime. This is the best shape the organization has been since the Eddie D. years...I've been a fan ever since the mid-'70s when I was very young and have been fortunate enough to see and vividly remember every single Super Bowl winning team. The way this organization is constructed now, with York, Baalke, and Harbaugh leading the way, should give the Faithful high hopes going forward.
[ Edited by LottDMontanaO on Jan 24, 2014 at 9:23 AM ]