Crabtree tears Achilles

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    Crabtree tears Achilles

    Tough hit to SF. He was just starting to break out.

     
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    Feel bad for him not the niners! 

     
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    Really hate to see anyone get badly hurt.  

     
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    would they come back to Lloyd or has he burned bridges on the west coast as well?

     
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    WOW.  That is just brutal.  Unfortunate for him and SF.

     
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    I guess we'll find out how good a coach Jim Harbaugh is.




    havent we already found out?

     
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    Well, if he gets on the T-Sizzle program he could be back by preseason.

     
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    Someone get him some deer antler spray quick!

     

    Sorry to hear this.  I don't like seeing anybody get injured like this, regardless of who they play for.



     
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    Think we can get a #1 for TJ Moe???

     
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    I don't think so. He's arrogant with a big mouth and literally whines for calls the entire game on the sidelines.  I've never seen a pro coach that buys heckling the refs or lobbying for calls to that degree in my life. The  choke job at the 5 yard line was nothing to be proud of either.  Poorly handled.

     

     

    I think the point is, it's a lot easier to be the hunter vs the hunted.   



    Harbaugh might complain a lot, but there is no denying he is a good coach.  Come on Rusty.  The guy made Alex Smith a competent quarterback and the 9ers hadn't had a winning season in almost 10 years before he arrived.

     

     
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    Nah. The 9ers had the same OC for back to back years for the first time of Smith's career. Before that, he had a new OC every single year of is career, which of course will never work for any recently drafted QB.


    Smith was good in Harbaugh's first year as well despite the OC change.  Slice it however you want, but the fact remains that Smith had by far his best season up to that point in his first year with Harbaugh and his staff.  That has to count for something.

     

    He also benched Smith and Kaepernick's head got too big with a chokejob in the SB.

    They made the SB with Kaepernick which is something they didn't do with Smith.  There is no personnel man in the league that would take Smith over Kaepernick.  It was the correct decision.

     

    He inherited loaded talent, too. Appears to be a good coach, but we'll see how they handle being the hunted now.




    Now you sound like one of those fools who criticizes BB.  Yeah the 49ers had some good players, but they weren't doing anything with them just like the Pats didn't win anything under Carroll.  Now I'm not saying Harbaugh is on BB's level, but that seems like a pretty lame criticism given the history here.

     
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    Nah. The 9ers had the same OC for back to back years for the first time of Smith's career. Before that, he had a new OC every single year of is career, which of course will never work for any recently drafted QB.

     

     


    Smith was good in Harbaugh's first year as well despite the OC change.  Slice it however you want, but the fact remains that Smith had by far his best season up to that point in his first year with Harbaugh and his staff.  That has to count for something.

     

     

    He also benched Smith and Kaepernick's head got too big with a chokejob in the SB.

     

     

    They made the SB with Kaepernick which is something they didn't do with Smith.  There is no personnel man in the league that would take Smith over Kaepernick.  It was the correct decision.

     

     

    He inherited loaded talent, too. Appears to be a good coach, but we'll see how they handle being the hunted now.

     




    Now you sound like one of those fools who criticizes BB.  Yeah the 49ers had some good players, but they weren't doing anything with them just like the Pats didn't win anything under Carroll.  Now I'm not saying Harbaugh is on BB's level, but that seems like a pretty lame criticism given the history here.

     



    If the coach isnt BB, Rusty wont give credit where credit is due...

    His comments are down right laughable regarding Harbaugh, Smith and Kap.

     

     
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    I guess we'll find out how good a coach Jim Harbaugh is.

     




     

    havent we already found out?

     



    I don't think so. He's arrogant with a big mouth and literally whines for calls the entire game on the sidelines.  I've never seen a pro coach that buys heckling the refs or lobbying for calls to that degree in my life. The  choke job at the 5 yard line was nothing to be proud of either.  Poorly handled.

     

    I think the point is, it's a lot easier to be the hunter vs the hunted.   




    Wow, seriously you sound like a jealous school girl.  If someone mentioned BB touching an official after a game you would be all over them.  Harbaugh is a pretty darn good coach, his brother is too!  Both beat us last year so you might want to check yourself there troll.

     
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    Nah. The 9ers had the same OC for back to back years for the first time of Smith's career. Before that, he had a new OC every single year of is career, which of course will never work for any recently drafted QB.

     

     


    Smith was good in Harbaugh's first year as well despite the OC change.  Slice it however you want, but the fact remains that Smith had by far his best season up to that point in his first year with Harbaugh and his staff.  That has to count for something.

     

     

    He also benched Smith and Kaepernick's head got too big with a chokejob in the SB.

     

     

    They made the SB with Kaepernick which is something they didn't do with Smith.  There is no personnel man in the league that would take Smith over Kaepernick.  It was the correct decision.

     

     

    He inherited loaded talent, too. Appears to be a good coach, but we'll see how they handle being the hunted now.

     




    Now you sound like one of those fools who criticizes BB.  Yeah the 49ers had some good players, but they weren't doing anything with them just like the Pats didn't win anything under Carroll.  Now I'm not saying Harbaugh is on BB's level, but that seems like a pretty lame criticism given the history here.

     

     



    If the coach isnt BB, Rusty wont give credit where credit is due...

     

    His comments are down right laughable regarding Harbaugh, Smith and Kap.

     




    of course...according to russ bellichick is the ultimate genius and the other 31 coaches (and gms) are overrated, lucky, mediocre, incompetent

    especially if they coach the colts ravens or steelers

     
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    Re: Crabtree tears Achilles

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    I guess we'll find out how good a coach Jim Harbaugh is.




    yeah and i guess we will eventually see how good a coach greg popovich is too

     
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    Re: Crabtree tears Achilles

    Our resident stazi-officer is here, sir Jints.

     
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    Our resident stazi-officer is here, sir Jints.

     




    well since stazi was e german police and sir is a british honorary i fail to see the connection

     

     

     
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    Our resident stazi-officer is here, sir Jints.



    Wooooooooo. Lights flashing, scooter revved all the way up. " busted!"

     
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    Here come the Seahawks.

     
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