Fools Rush In

The 49ers are in a pickle. Or at least us fans are. The team is run by an insecure boy owner trying to fill his Uncle Eddie’s shoes and an insecure GM trying to prove he deserves the job for more than just being there when Scot McCloughan was fired.

The problem is, everybody in the league knows this and that isn’t conducive to attracting good talent. This was the situation four years ago, too, but Jim Harbaugh swaggered in against all odds and accomplished great things. In the end, however, the insecure owner/GM proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that what everybody knew four years ago was still true. The guys running the show can’t be trusted and they fear men like Harbaugh who have strong personalities. Even when those men make them look good.

In their Monday press conference, Yed York and Trent Baalke avoided explaining anything, but made one thing clear: their upcoming search for a new HC would not be transparent. IOW, it’ll be secret. Out of view of critical eyes. They’ll neither confirm nor deny any of the coaches they ask to come here who turn them down. Bravo, gutless ones. They also made it clear the new HC will be the face of the franchise, so they can go back and hide from view and from accountability. And then blame the HC if anything goes wrong. Or even if everything goes right.

There’s little sense any of us making a list of who we might want as the next HC. None of those guys is likely to want to come here. It’s still a good team, but with Harbaugh gone, Seattle has a great chance to control the NFC West for most of the this decade.

When grilled by Brian Murphy of KNBR radio on how fans would be able to hold York accountable, the little dipshit actually said we could write him letters. IOW, just a guy spewing hollow bullshit.

Hey, Jed, the 49er fans waited more or less patiently, hopefully, 11 years for you York SOBs to provide 49er football that was enjoyable to watch. We finally got it, and you pissed it away. Do you really expect us to happily go back to watching crap football for another 11 years until you get lucky again?

Some of the HC candidate names tossed around so far are:

Todd Bowles: the de jour candidate this year. No way he’s dumb enough to piss away his first HC gig by coming here.

Dan Quinn: did fine following Gus Bradley in Seattle, with some slight help from an all-pro secondary, great pass rush, and terrific ILB Bobby Wagner. Try doing fine, like Vic Fangio did, with guys off the street and three-quarters of your starters on IR.

Darrell Bevell: does well standing on the sidelines watching Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch make something out of nothing.

Kyle Shanahan: would jump at the chance to get booed out of town here rather than in Cleveland.

Josh McDaniels: looks good as a Tom Brady sandwich with two hunks of baloney in between.

Adam Gase: does well standing on the sideline watching Peyton Manning’s offense.

Pete Carmichael: chief shoe shine boy for Drew Brees and does well standing on sidelines watching Sean Payton’s offense.

Rex Ryan: fine with me, at least he’ll be entertaining, if not the team.

As you can see, I’m really excited about the new coaching search. Especially since it’s all for show and Jim Tomsula will get the job.

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  1. Unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    So, St. Jim is the only qualified guy?

    Wow. Last coach God created, I guess.

    Boo hoo! Woof!

  2. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    To dispel the daily torrent of BS from Chuck, that no other NFL team would offer Harbaugh.
    From yahoo Sports “Upon Harbaugh’s departure from the 49ers, several other NFL teams, including the Bears, Jets and Raiders, courted the coach, but he chose to come back to Michigan.”
    As for Harbaugh being all about money, “Jim Harbaugh told Hackett he did NOT want to be the highest paid coach in CFB, or even the Big Ten. More concerned with pay for assistants.”

    This made up BS propaganda by Chuck gets old and is clearly made up BS bluster from the blowhard..

  3. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The NY Giants have given Coughlin another year despite 3 straight losing seasons.
    From the NY Daily News “If Jim Harbaugh’s dream job was in East Rutherford rather than Ann Arbor, then you fire Coughlin.”

  4. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Irrational at its best. I’m worried about your well being Skeebs. Your ratings are slipping badly. Maybe that is why you are bitter. Did Del Mar Dennis write this post? I’ll have to call him up and ask.

  5. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Where did I say that? What I said was no NFL team would pony up the scratch Harbs wanted. To stay in the NFL that is. Did you hear his presser yesterday? Ohhhhhh boooooo hooooooooooooo!!

    Harbs has been dreaming of coaching Michigan since he was a small boy. Read that 5 times, and call me in the morning. He idolized Bo Schembechler. His father coached at Michigan. He QBed at Michigan. He might as well have said it was his destiny, and it’s what he needed to do. They were telling me, I’m telling you. The force was with him. May the Schwartz be with you . . .

    Call me in 4 years to see how things are going in Ann Arbor.

    Read the last line of this blurb excerpted from the NY Times:

    Harbaugh’s base salary — $5 million annually for seven years — ties him for the fourth highest in college football, with Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin and Texas’ Charlie Strong, and is the richest in Michigan history. With 10 percent increases after three and five years and an option for renegotiation, his pay will eventually eclipse what he was making with the 49ers.

    Alabama’s Nick Saban remains the highest-paid coach in college football, with $7.16 million in annual total compensation. Harbaugh also received a $2 million signing bonus, and Hackett said the deal would be re-evaluated after Harbaugh’s first season for possible raises based on progress.
    End Quote

    It wasn’t about the money? He’s the 4th-highest paid college coach. And there’s room to move up based on his results NEXT year.

    As for the 49ers, first Alex and now St. Jim!!!! Remember when you guys said that Kappy HAD to take the Niners to a Super Bowl or the deal to sit (and then (*sniff*) trade) Alex was wrong? Hmmm, how did that turn out again?

    What’s a Tiger Beat 49er fan to do??????

    You guys are cute. Dumb, but cute.

    If you haven’t gotten it by now, Harbaugh wanted out. All this talk of ‘getting the trophy’ ‘finishing unfinished business’ and not quitting on the NFL dream coming from the St. Jim bootlickers all went out the window when Brady Hoke was fired as the HC of Michigan.

    Like jilted lovers, you stand at the altar of shame.

    Might as well call this place the he-man-niner-haters-club, circa little rascals.

  6. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Chuck keeps bringing up “Tiger Beat”
    He must really be a fan of boy bands.

  7. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    I love the way Chuck comes back from a beat down and just reposts the same stuff that was already repudiated, like it’s a brand new concept. At least the feeble insults are newish.

  8. winderNo Gravatar says:

    If only we could talk Norv Turner into coming back over. But I think he’s having too much fun in Viking land. I do think that Fangio gets the job but having a guy like Turner being the OC would be wonderful and dynamic. Skeebs, you might as well try to put a smiley face on this one, Harbaugh is history. No sense being angry all off season.

  9. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    “The Eagles have fired Tom Gamble, VP of player personnel.”

  10. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Norv’s time has come and gone as well, Winder. Like Shanahan and Holmgren, Norv did what he could. Of course Shanny and Mike hit paydirt. Norv? Not quite. Not as HC anyway. Singletary will likely get a HC job before Norv does. Shit, Nolan’s available (urk!).

    So, Skeebs, Harbaugh just noticed 3 days ago that the Michigan job was available? Amazing. Since you live in a myopic bubble, this might be deemed a coincidence in your world. Those of us outside the bubble see the world for what it really is. And that’s the fact that Harbaugh really wanted that Michigan job. Check out his pressers after the Seattle and Oakland games, and tell me that’s a guy who loves his job. Then look at yesterday’s.

    Right. A Tiger Beat-down! Like a pillow attack. You guys are sooo cuuuute!!! Much like your Donny Osmond and Danny Partridge posters. Don’t get your panties in a wad (ooops! Guess I shouldn’t say that. I know how you girls hate the word panties). .

  11. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    And in news certin to warm Bullit’s heart, but curdle most intelligent fans’ blood:

    Word out of 4949 Centennial Blvd is that Jed wants an ‘established’ coach to alleviate the ‘mess’ that Harbaugh left.

    Rex and Shanny are high on the list.

    I think Jed is high.

  12. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    What’s really wearing thin, Chuck, is your “I’m right and you’re stupid.” shtick. If reality does play any part in your life you’d realize that more often than not it’s quite the opposite.

    Firing Harbaugh and being in the position of looking for a guy who is a proven winner/might do a good job/has earned a shot/oh what the hell we need somebody, was more than foolish since we already had a proven winner under contract.

    You didn’t approve of his treatment of RayMac so now he’s a bum no matter his winning record? I think he went against Jed and Baalke there, too. And that’s what all the weak-assed references to winning with class is about. But it’s all bullshit since they’ve been plotting his departure for over a year now.

  13. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    “Word out of 4949 Centennial Blvd is that Jed wants an ‘established’ coach to alleviate the ‘mess’ that Harbaugh left.

    Rex and Shanny are high on the list.”

    Sources? Link?

  14. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Once again Chuck who thinks he’s the champion of battered women comes out with his misogynistic tendencies and uses being a girl as an insult. You can’t help yourself and you prove over and over what a phony you are.
    Who’s Danny Partridge? Was he a punter for Denver in 1987?

  15. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Bruce Jenkins on the York interview: “Wow, what an idiot. And what a great job by Murph. Repercussions felt all the way over here in Hawaii.”

  16. Unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Bleacher report, 49ers, skippy. Christ. You running Aol? Even that has a search feature.

    Once again rubber Bullit misses the point by so much he shot backwards.

    Calling you a girl = felony battery. Got it.

    From now on rubber Bullit, you are tweedle Dee. NoFear, you are tweedle Dick. You guys are a match made in PC heaven.

  17. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    I know you’re floundering, Chuck, but knock off the insults or take a hike.

  18. Unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Sorry, I forgot that only those who toe the company line are allowed to take potshots.

  19. RTFireflyNo Gravatar says:

    Looks like KC finished 9-7 and would have made it as a WC with Balt and Hou losses (both trailed at one time Sun.).

    Let’s review Chuck and my predictions.
    Me: 9-7 though in the weak AFC that might be good enough.
    Chuck: No way, way better than 9-7. 10-6 or 11-5 and the playoffs.

    Lest you forget or “remember incorrectly”, Chuck. You seem to be a bit confused of late. Harb’s Mich deal is far less than what he could have commanded in a bidding war between Oak, NYJ, Atl, and Chi at the least.

    But it was all about the money all along. But WAIT! Stop the presses! Now it was all about Mich all along!

    What day of the week is it? I need a scorecard to keep track of what today says Chuck predicted all along.

  20. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Doug Marrone opted out of his contract with Buffalo so the Bills are looking for a HC.
    To do this he must have a landing spot in mind.

  21. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Harbaugh has hired Tim Drevno who was a Niner’s Oline coach to be his OC.
    Another staff member that is said to be joining Harbaugh is WR coach John Morton.

  22. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Per Tampa Bay Times Greg Roman will interview for their open OC position. he will be one of a long list of candidates.

  23. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    On a lighter side this will make your day.
    Herschel Walker and Doug Flutie but not certain who the third guy is. The 4th guy is named Joe.

  24. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    I think the 3rd guy is Bo Jackson. Bo’s been eating good.
    Didn’t recognize him at first, but then again he’s 53 years old now.

  25. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Chuck is a blow hard devoid of logic, rationality or common sense. He’s good with a few things football but that is overshadowed with the insistence on always being right- and no one is always right- and an unfortunate glee insulting, power struggling and acting like an ass here and on his blog.

    This attracts some who prefer cheap tricks to adult conversation and thought. Just ignore the troll it’s not going to be changing…unless Skeebers reaches his limit that is.

  26. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Hendrix got Drevno for UM as OC? That is going to help ’em a lot over there just as it definitely hurt us when Tim Drevno left our OL with Solari in charge. You saw the results, ouch.

    Good for Jim. Well I can see why the Wolverines fans are excited he’s back. They should be and their reward for being, ah faithful, is coming.

    Question is who will have a better winning % next year Niners or Michigan?

  27. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Happy New Year to all you malcontents, misfits and miscreants.

  28. Unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Gee, could this spilt actually be about results? I said the same thing 3 months ago.

    RTF, no idea what you are referencing, but don’t let that stop you.

  29. Unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Phil, hate to burst your bubble, but Michigan is a couple recruiting classes from being relevant.

    This isn’t an indictment of Harbs, just the reality that Hoke left u of m a mess. And you do understand there is about 10 fundamental differences between the NFL and the NCAA. Right?

    The Niners on the other hand still have a solid team that should make a playoff run next year.

    Remember the playoffs? It’s what we aren’t in now.

  30. winderNo Gravatar says:

    Sounds to me like Harbs wants a little more control in Mich. Hiring an OL coach to be OC pretty much says smashmouth to me. And, is probably a good thing, and seems perfect for the Big 10. This will probably give Harbs much more control over the other aspect of the offense.

  31. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    I think UM will have a better record than Niners next year

  32. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Also Hendrix was worth at least $7 Mil a year to us

    Boy the kid Yorkey and stooge are getting ripped new ones around the NFL world

  33. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Hey Phil, there’s now another 49ers connection to Custer; Harbaugh getting the call to lead the Michigan Wolverines to battle. I’m guessing he’s not much of a horse soldier, though.

    Yeah, Jed’s an idiot and is following in the footsteps of some of the not-so-greats, like Dan Snyder.

  34. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Happy 2015!
    The 49ers need to make the right choice in a HC to move forward.
    A misstep could be fatal and set them back 3-5 years.

  35. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Marrone might be headed to coach the Jest. His Bills contract gave him a 3 day period to opt out and still get paid $4 mil next year.
    Yet some were against giving Harbaugh a raise and extending his contract.

  36. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Fangio and Donatell are interviewing with Washington for their DC position. That’s not an attractive option. They must want out of here bad.

  37. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    The only way Fangio stays is if the Niners make him head coach.

  38. EarlNo Gravatar says:

    Singing the blues on New Years Day….

  39. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Nice selection, Earl.

  40. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Jed wan an idiot til he hired Harbaugh. He’s an idiot for letting him go. Guess what? He’s an idiot. But the fact he fired him isn’t the problem. He’ll be a hero if he finds a coach that can revamp this offense. The Warriors were castigated for dumping Jackson. Find a better offense, and no one will care about Harbaugh’s coming close. I mean, it’s all about the playoffs. Get there and take your shot. harbs didn’t get it done, but it was the WAY he didn’t get it done. All these weapons and little results.

    All the Niners need is a decent to good offense and this team will be back in the playoffs. You act like Harbaugh was some grand wizard with the secrets to the realm that no one on this earth possesses. His offenses were mediocre at best, and he leaned heavily on his defense to not give up leads. he coached the way the last 2 coaches coached. He was just a little better at it.

    Put it this way, if NO had our defense, they’d have won the last 4 Super Bowls.

    If we had NO’s offense, we’d have won the last 4 Super Bowls.

  41. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    New Orleans has Drew Brees.
    That seems like the part of the equation you don’t seem to understand.
    Take away Brees and New Orleans is just another team.
    But you don’t seem to have a clue and think adding Carmichael is the solution.
    Nobody so far is even asking Carmichael to interview.

  42. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Jesus, Skeebs. Why do you think Josh McDaniels is coming here for an interview? Are you really this naive? Josh happilyt turned down the job 4 years ago because he was a hot commodity. Thrown in a major disaster in Denver, and his stock (like VDs) has plummeted. Now he’s the one, hat in hand, begging for the opportunity.

    If someone came up to you and asked you if you’d like to interview for a job for more money and more responsibility, would you pooh-pooh it? Would you say, no no, i’m perfectly fine here in the salt mine? Of course you woulsd. But that doesn’t preclude Fangio from looking around. HE is a hot commodity now who can bargain his way to gathering chips for the next round.

    I’ll spell it out for you. He goes to DC and turned around and talks to Jed saying they want me as DC. If you want me, I’m here as HC.

    This is called negotiation 101. For all the talk of the joke that the Niner front office is. this team is LOADED with talent. They are a very short distance from being a dominant team. They need an offense.

    Does Fangio have ideas on who he can bring in to fix the offense? We may never find out, but that’s also part of the negotiations going on behind the scenes.

    You paint this to be everyone laughing at Jed while there are a bunch of guys that would love the opportunity to coach this team.

  43. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    When Sean Payton was suspended Vitt and Cromer ran the Saints as the interim head coaches. Carnichael didn’t but in your wisdom you’d put the team in his hands even though the Saints didn’t trust him to do it?

  44. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    That’s some superior logic, Chuck. Where you’d get it? The bargain bin at Walmart?

  45. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You continually show your lack of football knowledge. You say Fangio has leverage by becoming DC for the Redskins. You forget one important BIG FACT. He’s under contract for one more year with the Niners and the NFL allows you to break a contract for a promotion and not a lateral move. he cannot go to the Redskins as their DC unless the Niners release him. That’s leverage in your world?
    I guess this is your daily dose of putting your foot in your mouth. Time for a New Year’s omelet.

  46. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    BTW, Chuck. 4 years ago, McDaniels had just been fired by the Broncos. Which pretty much makes your whole paragraph calling me naive more a case of a guy blowing nonsense built on factual errors. Gong!

  47. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Also, Chuck, if you look around the league at all the good offenses, you’ll notice they all have really good QBs. Hmmm. Wonder if there’s a connection. You might also note the 49ers do not have a really good QB. And certainly not this past year. What Harbaugh accomplished here with Smith and Kaepernick is not an indictment of his offense, it’s a testimonial to his phenomenal coaching.

  48. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Putting it in a way that you and your mentor might be able to grasp, if Bill Walsh, who also had a great D to work with, didn’t have Joe Montana, all the superior play calling in the world wouldn’t have gotten him 3 SB rings. Probably not even one.

  49. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Now the charge from the shiny revolving wheel of charges is Harbaugh refused Jed’s demand to fire Roman so, of course, he had to go. To get rid of Roman, obviously. It makes perfect sense. We can not be expected to continue with the same people that have brought us more winning than we’ve had in twenty years. What sort of fools would the rest of the league take us for?

    Not one of those cheering on the change remember it was their biggest complaint during the years of the last two head coaches? Poor Alex Smith, he had to deal with a new OC every year. Poor Colin Kaepernick, all he needs is new OC.

    We’ve gone in four years from wishing we could play some decent football games to we’ll take nothing less than a super bowl win every year. Yeah, the problem was with Roman/Harbaugh.

  50. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I’m glad The Three Stooges are reading my posts. Read and learn. Might be the best education you get from here on out in your football life. I’m waiting for something rational instead of emotional from the funny three. The Three Stooges just keep patting each other on the back to make themselves feel good. Keep posting, you clowns make me laugh! You three are the best! Yuk, yuk yuk!

  51. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    UM is lucky to get Hendrix and they know it unlike some bozos over here. They’re jazzed and money, recruits and fans are lining up to lay it on the line. He’ll be a recruiting monster over there too and will shortly have that team restocked.

    I’m still saying Michigan has a better winning % than Niners this year.

    Well NF unlike Custer Hendrix will have a united staff and a plan he’ll stick too. Even if the troops are diminished today by the time they get to the indians they’ll be alright.

  52. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Seems I recall a local college team with a poor record who got a dynamic HC recently. They despite no winning tradition became a power under said HC. Who was that?

    No reason to think it won’t happen at Michigan. That’s what he does.

    Also like to see relative Niner/UM records for next 4 years…

  53. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Phil my reference was to the Michigan Calvary Brigade Wolverines commanded by Custer in the Civil War.

    I know it was a bit of a stretch but thought it was kinda funny in light of the recent mentions of Custer here what with Harbaugh going to “command” those other Michigan Wolverines.

  54. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Harbaugh could be Knute fricking Rockne and still have a shitty year in Ann Arbor. Do you remember Harbaugh’s first 2 years at Stanford? Of course you don’t. 4-8, 5-7. Stellar? No.

    And again this isn’t an indictment of Harbs, it’s an indictment of the shoddy recruiting Michigan has done lately, and the state of Stanford football when he got there.

    You don’t turn around a college program with piss and vinegar in one year. A pro team? One stacked with players? Sure. College is a much different animal. He’ll need 2 recruiting classes to even begin to build his program.

    You’re welcome.

    Huh, Imagine that. The 49ers denied the Native Muricans the right to talk to Vic Fangio.

  55. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Waiting for the next blast of hot air to roar through the room. These things normally come in threes.

  56. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Phil you have a myopic view of history. Don’t you remember Jim Plunkett? Gene Washington? Randy Vataha? Bill Walsh had a little success there, as well as John Ralston.

    Don;t forget Pop Warner.

  57. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    There’s number two.

  58. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Yet your stupidity is boundless, Skeebs.

    Refute something I posted.

    Or actually post something factual instead of your usual Tiger Beat fluff.

  59. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    And, voila, number three.

  60. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Still no point, skeebs. So yer down for hoping the Niners lose while Michigan wins?


  61. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    I have no interest in Michigan, Chuck. I’m sure they’ll do quite well, but I don’t much follow college ball.

  62. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    I didn’t know that NF. Makes sense. May the Commander prosper!

    Yes I’m a Hendrix fan so will follow UM with interest knowing it will take some time to surpass the Niners, lol. Hell Jimi could coach the Makati Coconuts and I’d be interested

  63. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Waddaya gonna do with the Kap?

    According to Greg Cosell this is the primary question to be answered by prospective HC candidates. I wonder how Fangio will answer it? He’s had plenty of time to think it over as his D went back on the field after the 3 and outs. He’s got to have some OC candidates in mind. Also Niners denied WASH request to interview him for DC position. Is he a leading candidate for HC? Hope so!

    “So the question becomes, if you’re the next head coach, do you attempt to continue to teach him how to play the position from the pocket, which if successful — and it’s a big if — would clearly increase efficiency and overall production. Or do you acknowledge that he’s maybe not that guy and you try to play to what his strengths are, which is movement, knowing full well you’re going to have a number of situations in which he doesn’t make necessary throws because he’s not going to have those refined pocket skills.

    “It’s a balancing act,” Cosell concluded”

  64. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Mid-afternoon here just back from buying a new router and pizza.

    I see Skeebs is being tarred as a negative fellow on the children’s site for daring to suggest the Niners may not be as good next year. That makes several of us. The shame. Oh woe.

    Then the predictable herald of woe makes his 4x daily visit over here to bitch that one of us (me) “wants the Niners to lose” for again daring to predict they won’t be as good next year as Michigan. How dare I not kiss York’s ass? Or Balky’s or, shudder, the herald’s? No chance of that children, you do it well enough.

  65. winderNo Gravatar says:

    To bad we can’t make a reality show out of this, we could call it “Blog Wars” or is that already taken? Anyway, I just hope we get someone good, someone that can run a hurry-up offense, and maybe manage the game clock. That would be an ok starting place. At least a person who can get in touch with the booth upstairs to see if we should throw the Goddamn red flag. It’s a new day in 49erland.

  66. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Yes those would be good starting points Winder. Assuming we keep Fangio the focus will be on reconfiguring the O, getting some key pieces = WR deep type, RB depth, OL, TE, the works. Oh and get Kap up to speed. Going to be a job for the new OC.

    Well at least you don’t come on here 4X a day to rattle the cages and piss on the fire hydrants.

  67. phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Are the Niners becoming employers from hell?

    “Remembering back to Mike Singletary’s last season at the helm, there were numerous leaks to the media that undercut Samurai Mike’s last few days. We all remember the infamous “rat” tirade, and guess what, most media members opined it was Jed York.

    “Now, four years later, rumors are once again swirling that Jed York has been leaking information to the media to undercut the Niners’ head coach. That’s a huge problem. That constitutes incredibly poor organizational leadership and a fundamental breach of trust.”

    I would hesitate to post this link for fear of being tarred a Niner Hater by the leader of the childen’s crusade who paradoxically provides the last refuge for the biggest negative nelly who genuinely hates…just about everything. Yeah that guy.

  68. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    I’ll be happy to refute what you say and have already done so.
    Fangio cannot interview with the Redskins because they are looking for a DC. They already have a Head Coach.
    Interviews are only required if it’s a promotion. Time to learn to read and comprehend and stop pretending you know what you’re talking about because obviously you don’t.

  69. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    New post is up.

  70. VernaNo Gravatar says:

    Yesterday i spent 300 dollars for platinium roulette system , i hope that i will earn my
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5. OG/OT Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan
5. CB Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon
5. S Talanoa Hufanga, USC
6. RB Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana
2021 Prognostications
Bullit: 12-5
Grumpy: 13-4
NJ49er: 11-6
Skeebers: 14-3
Winder: 12-5
Rob: 17-0
Spitblood: 0-17