How Jim Harbaugh Single-Handedly set the NFL back 5 Years

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Jan 27, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh speaks during a press conference at the Marriott New Orleans after arriving in New Orleans to discuss their upcoming game in Super Bowl XLVII to be held February 3, 2013. Mandatory Credit: Tyler Kaufman-USA TODAY Sports

 

Super Bowl week is finally here. All the glamour and adding words to my vocabulary like NOLA and voodoo. Amidst all the excitement of the greatest sporting event of the year, lies one deep dark issue. No, I am not referring to Roger Goodell vs Sean Payton vs the City of NOLA. I am talking about one of the participants in this year’s Super Bowl, Jim Harbaugh. How are none of the media outlets seeing this? Is this a non-story? I will let you decide.

We all know about the success of the 2nd-year head coach. We all know he took a huge risk by starting Colin Kaepernick over Alex Smith, and we all know how great of a decision that was. There is, however, a darker side to this that will haunt the NFL for years to come.

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  • Dave Campbell

    Really? Pro athletes have been grabbing their starting positions for damn near a hundred years, from Lou Gherig to Chris Sabo to Colin Kaepernick. Not news worthy. We’ll never know if Alex Smith would have them to this point but you can’t blame ANY coach for going with the hot hand.

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