SF 49ers, Putting lipstick on a pig
October 14, 2016 – 3:49 pm | No Comment

This, just as fans were beginning to believe that their team was headed for years of winning football, this as the 49ers were touting the new stadium and selling us SBL’s and high priced tickets.
This is the moment when Jed York and his sidekick, Trent Baalke, pulled a dirty little trick on everyone.

They fired the coach, installed an incompetent coach, they divested themselves of talented coaches at every position save for Tom Rathman as the running backs coach, and left the pantry empty of talented players.
We had a treasure trove of draft picks and plenty of room under the salary cap, but Baalke squandered it all.

There is not enough lipstick on the shelves of Walmart to turn this pig into a winner anytime soon.

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Kap vs. Smith – The Chevy vs. the Porsche
November 28, 2012 – 6:52 pm | No Comment
Kap vs. Smith – The Chevy vs. the Porsche

As a Forty Niners season ticket holder for the last 15 years, I am riding high this season. Last season wasn’t bad either. Good things do come to those who wait, and wait, and wait.
We should have expected Harbaugh to kick the tires on Number Seven. Now that he has kicked the tires, and sees that the reliable Chevy, Smith, can still run but needs a little time to warm up and may not be able to shift into fourth gear, but that Kap goes from 0-60 in no time flat, well, the brand new sports car is going to get the nod.

The opportunity to try out the new wheels came when Alex suffered a concussion in the Rams game. In came “Kap” and he rallied the team getting them in position to win the game in OT. The “Kid” looked good in his first “up at bat”.
Serendipity was on Harbaugh’s side. Alex wasn’t able to shake off the concussion symptoms for the next game against the Bears.

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