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Old 01-20-2013, 05:28 PM   #81
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You do know they both act like that.
Oh believe me, I know. I hate both their guts. With a passion. John sucks, although I will admit Jim is a good coach, but they're both complete assholes.
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:33 PM   #82
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How can anybody ever want a coach who does this? I mean seriously?

I don't give a shit what their teams accomplished, they're ignorant, pathetic little children

I'll take a coach who shows passion on the sidelines over a blank faced idiot who claps every time something bad happens.
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the guy is a major league douchebag but he gets th most out of his players. thats all you want out of a coach.
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:39 PM   #84
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I'll take a coach who shows passion on the sidelines over a blank faced idiot who claps every time something bad happens.
Yep, but we want our coaches to be robots and not exhibit any type of passion.

People will say anything to diminish the accomplishments of another.
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I don't want a frothing-at-the-mouth clown for a coach.
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:59 PM   #86
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I'll take a coach who shows passion on the sidelines over a blank faced idiot who claps every time something bad happens.
Yeah Noll was a terrible coach.
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Yeah Noll was a terrible coach.
Yeah, so aren't the Harbaughs.........
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Jim > John
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Agreed. Honestly if the Niners weren't one away from six, I would have rooted for them earlier with little reservations.
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AFC Championship, 4th down, first quarter, NE in Balt territory, Punt team comes on, but with a slight change in personnel. Before the snap, a sudden shift and realignment; is the fake punt on? Harbaugh recognizes the change in personnel and formation, as Belichick knew that he would, and he calls the timeout - as Belichick knew that he must. A mastermind vs. a top-tier young coach, and the master extracts a small strategic concession. The accumulation of small advantages is always desirable; one never knows which small edge may lead to victory.

Meanwhile, at the mid-tier of NFL coaching, timeouts are tossed around more freely, reflecting a lack of awareness of their strategic value, along with weaker preparation in general. A Belichick or a Harbaugh has no need to deploy subtle stratagems to extract a timeout from a Tomlin; at this stage in Tomlin's development, those concessions still come for free.

The standard is the standard, but oh how I wish that our head-coaching standard was approaching that top-tier level. Perhaps with experience, it will, eventually. Oh how I wish the progression was faster.
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