It doesn't generally take a lot to annoy San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh -- the man is a great football mind, but one suspects that he'd wake up grumpy about a failed third-down conversion that happened five years ago if he was vacationing in the Bahamas. So, when New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride made some fairly controversial (if passive-aggressive) comments about Justin Smith, the 49ers' dominant defensive lineman, Harbaugh's response was fairly predictable. First, Gilbride's comments. On Thursday, when asked about Sunday's game with the 49ers -- a long awaited rematch of the 2011 NFL championship game -- Gilbride had this to say about San Francisco's top-ranked defense: "They have great players. They're tremendous, they're tough. They have great speed on the outside, (Justin) Smith is a beast on the inside, he's strong, he does as good a job of grabbing a hold of offensive linemen and allowing those twists to take place. He never gets called for it, so he gets away with murder. That, in conjunction with the ability level they have, makes them as formidable as anybody we go against, and we go against some pretty good ones in Dallas' and...