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Jim Harbaugh Thread - U of M Coach as of 12/30/14

Originally posted by buck:
The media does not like Harbaugh very much


Hot seat for Harbaugh hits front burner after raising expectations

Jim Harbaugh's season in the hot seat started Wednesday, the day veterans reported to training camp and Jed York started planning his wardrobe for Super Bowl Sunday.

Worst-case scenario: The 49ers reach the Super Bowl and lose on the last play, stopped in the dreaded Red Zone.

They could miss the playoffs, knocked out by injuries and bad luck, and that would be disappointing to all. But to lose the Super Bowl - or a shot at the Super Bowl - again, by a credit card-thin margin?

That might spell the end of the 49ers' Harbaugh Epoch.

Am I being overly dramatic? Maybe.

http://www.sfchronicle.com/49ers/ostler/article/Hot-seat-for-Harbaugh-hits-front-burner-after-5642473.php

Men, everybody wants to see us burn this season, since the beginning of that false-flag Harbaugh/Baalke drama it's started a misleading perception that the 49ers are finished. We're sort of getting the same media perception the Pats have been given since 2011, cause we've been in the last three Championship games, and they're preying upon every little detail, like a pack of wolves looking for blood.
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Men, everybody wants to see us burn this season, since the beginning of that false-flag Harbaugh/Baalke drama it's started a misleading perception that the 49ers are finished. We're sort of getting the same media perception the Pats have been given since 2011, cause we've been in the last three Championship games, and they're preying upon every little detail, like a pack of wolves looking for blood.

Yup. Us against the world, just like Harbaugh likes it.

Who's going to stop us this year?

Packers? lol no

Saints? lol no

Panthers? lolololololol no

Seahawks? Hell no. Not this time.
We're out for blood this year. We got the talent, coaching, and Kap now has the experience he needs. Bring it!
Just sweep the seahawks this year and don't let them get home field advantage Harbs and you should get your big payday. Dont take us to the red zone again and have a shot to Crabs with a fade though. Maybe if its wide open but man i cant stand another winter watching an incomplete to that side of the end zone.
Originally posted by jcashen87:
Just sweep the seahawks this year and don't let them get home field advantage Harbs and you should get your big payday. Dont take us to the red zone again and have a shot to Crabs with a fade though. Maybe if its wide open but man i cant stand another winter watching an incomplete to that side of the end zone.

I would rather have Kap get outside the pocket and make a play in the redzone like he did twice vs CAR in CAR! One was a run and another a throw to VD
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Reeves
My greatest fear!


Come on Jimmy, don't be Dan Reeves, lets win it all this year!
"It's such a positive happening, that first day. Imagine you're kind of in the comfort of the off-season, like being in the comfort of the womb. You get plenty to eat in there, it's warm, very cozy. And then you're born, into somewhat of the unknown. A lot of people looking at you, lot of faces looking at you, lot of excitement. It's light, it's bright, it's noisy, it's the crazy world of football. Again, it's a real happening. Wish everybody could experience it."

Originally posted by OregonNiner87:
"It's such a positive happening, that first day. Imagine you're kind of in the comfort of the off-season, like being in the comfort of the womb. You get plenty to eat in there, it's warm, very cozy. And then you're born, into somewhat of the unknown. A lot of people looking at you, lot of faces looking at you, lot of excitement. It's light, it's bright, it's noisy, it's the crazy world of football. Again, it's a real happening. Wish everybody could experience it."


C'mon Axl, Harbaugh is a pimp. This was his response to a Boone question. Love it!
Originally posted by buck:
The media does not like Harbaugh very much


Hot seat for Harbaugh hits front burner after raising expectations

Jim Harbaugh's season in the hot seat started Wednesday, the day veterans reported to training camp and Jed York started planning his wardrobe for Super Bowl Sunday.

Worst-case scenario: The 49ers reach the Super Bowl and lose on the last play, stopped in the dreaded Red Zone.

They could miss the playoffs, knocked out by injuries and bad luck, and that would be disappointing to all. But to lose the Super Bowl - or a shot at the Super Bowl - again, by a credit card-thin margin?

That might spell the end of the 49ers' Harbaugh Epoch.

Am I being overly dramatic? Maybe.

http://www.sfchronicle.com/49ers/ostler/article/Hot-seat-for-Harbaugh-hits-front-burner-after-5642473.php

There might be some truth to that article. IIRC Wasn't Walsh constantly rumored to be in hot water with Eddie D any year he didn't win a ring and wasn't that internal pressure what finally drove him to retire? Jed was there and saw how uncle Eddie got things done, for better or for worse. I don't see York being very patient too much longer particularly this year with the SB at home and especially if the Niners lose because of the same offensive issues again. Then Harbaugh would have to make an either/or decision with Roman or walk away as well.
Not saying Harbaugh's as good as gone but stranger things have happened when high expectations were involved with very intense people.
[ Edited by Ronnie49Lott on Jul 25, 2014 at 1:43 AM ]
Originally posted by OregonNiner87:
"It's such a positive happening, that first day. Imagine you're kind of in the comfort of the off-season, like being in the comfort of the womb. You get plenty to eat in there, it's warm, very cozy. And then you're born, into somewhat of the unknown. A lot of people looking at you, lot of faces looking at you, lot of excitement. It's light, it's bright, it's noisy, it's the crazy world of football. Again, it's a real happening. Wish everybody could experience it."


was lol'ing so hard when i watched that part
http://m.bleacherreport.com/articles/2144308-br-exclusive-jim-harbaugh-discusses-his-contract-expectations-and-more
Pay the man
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Pay the man

this. no denying what he's done with this squad.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Pay the man

this. no denying what he's done with this squad.

Not just what he's done on the football side, but his effect on the business side as well. To me, it's no coincidence we finalized a new stadium deal shortly after he took over and made us a top tier football team again. The value he brought to the 49ers has been tremendous.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Pay the man

this. no denying what he's done with this squad.

Not just what he's done on the football side, but his effect on the business side as well. To me, it's no coincidence we finalized a new stadium deal shortly after he took over and made us a top tier football team again. The value he brought to the 49ers has been tremendous.

Agree. He should be paid very well.
Maybe it is good cop bad cop with Harbaugh mgmt and player contracts. If Jim can't get Super Bowl winning money how can you as a player ask for elite money if you aren't there yet?

I still say pay him because we've been three unlucky bounces away from a three peat! This is unheard of. A play away his first three years! Pay him