Should be on in a few minutes
Should be on in a few minutes
Good stuff so far.
These two men are simply amazing and are the future of the NFL.
And wow, Aaron Wilson needs to drop a few pounds. Had no idea he's that big.
John has improved so much as an interviewer
Jim's choice of sneakers and black ankle socks with khakis was a poor one.
We've seen it all week... but John, is so much more relaxed, well spoken, and personable... I haven't been watching it all, but from what I've seen John is the only one taking over and really saying anything.
I like Jim, nothing against him at all. But damn, watching this press conference reminds me why I am so very glad that John Harbaugh is the Ravens head coach. Just the right man for the job.
Jim comes off as a dick. Just my opinion.
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While I haven't seen this press conference- as a media member, I'm sure I'd prefer John- but as far as a coach (from an owner's or fan's standpoint)- I'd rather have the guy that knows how to win football games- I'm not saying that's Jim or John, but at the end of the day, I don't personally care how well my coach speaks to the media as long as he gets results. Personally, I'd probably go with a guy that has more fire (A la Billick and Jim's personalities)- I appreciate everything John has accomplished- but the whole "almost mutiny" thing still has me a little worried that the inmates have too much control over the asylum.
At the end of the day- as long as he's producing like he has been, who can complain?
After all, who's got it better than us?
At least until Sunday anyway...
I want cake now! I want it now!
After seeing Jim with wild eyes and flailing arm action, Jim should be tested. If he wears antlers on Sunday, the leaque should test him. Glad John is our coach and his business like approach is comforting to see. Belicheat and his hoodie image is still worse then Jim Harbaugh. Image what the press would be like if toe sucking, sanchez tattoed Ryan was our coach. It would be downright embarassing.(Would that tattoo be of Flacco?).
Well, considering you were pretty confusing there, you may want to clarify. Because what you said didn't make much sense.
And the "almost mutiny" thing has been overblown, and even the players acknowledged that. The "inmates" definitely do not run the asylum at the Castle.
My biggest issue is that many people seem to hold Jim Harbaugh in this regard as a more effective coach. And I think it really comes from the fact that he ran a good college program, knows the offense VERY well, and leapt into the NFL. John Harbaugh has earned some respect, but some haters are NEVER going to let him live down that really, he was a ST coach, moved to DBs for one year, then got a HC gig. He doesn't call plays on either side, but he knows his Xs and Os. The problem is, because he could never really take over on either side of the ball completely, there's this feeling like others are steering the boat, he's just standing there at the helm, smiling...
John Harbaugh, to me, is representative of the direction coaching is going in the NFL. Many of the new head coaches are being told by GMs, even if you are an offensive or defensive guy, someone else is going to call the plays. It just makes it so much easier to focus on running a TEAM. John Harbaugh may not be a guy successful at running a single unit, but his leadership, work ethic, and ability to identify with his players has turned him into possibly the greatest coach this team has had.
The only thing that Billick has over him is a ring. A fact that may change come Sunday night.