Geepster Chryst, Superstar

And Ron The Hedgehog Jeremy. This is your offensive brain trust for the 2015 season. Trent the Terrible and Sit Jef Tweetsalot are rolling in to this upcoming season with a team that has some very good talent. A solid draft, something Baalke has been family good with, would even make the team stronger. The issues are a aeemingly misbegotten bunch of MFL rejects and on-house flu lies for coaches. The seeming joy the players felt after hearing that St Jim the Tyrant was replaced by the hedgehog was quickly dispelled when George Pattick Geepster was named OC. It looked as if it was simply a cot cutting move. Thing is, they were rebuffed by more than a few candidates. Kiffin, Chud, and Dhanny Jr to name a few. So, some of this was an issue of avoiding what appears to be a situation where a young owner is overshadowed by his GM. No head coach on his right mind comes in to s situation where the underlings have already been chosen. Same goes for OC. They did this backwards because they wanted to control the process. I’m not saying this won’t work, but at some point, Jed is going to have to stand up to Baalke and tell him to worry about personal and let a strong head coach coach. As it was under Harbaugh, Trent was threatened by Harbaugh’s success (I’d guess) and let it be known he was in charge. The infighting, instead of being quieted by the owner, was encouraged, or at least allowed to fester. They got what they want. What happens now will be very interesting. Everyone knows that Baalke is behind most of the shit that went on. This is his baby now. If this next season goes down the shitter, I wonder what Young Jed Tweetsalot will say.

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80 Responses to Geepster Chryst, Superstar

  1. Irish Kevin says:

    I think it was on KNBR last night? Anyway when Harbaugh was hired it took him 4 days to assemble his staff.

  2. unca_chuck says:

    People wanted to work with him?

  3. unca_chuck says:

    Say what you will but th

  4. unca_chuck says:

    Say what you will, this isn’t the way to build a coaching staff.

    We’ll see what happens. Like I keep saying jus get tbe passing game going and were good.

  5. Berger says:

    What a major crock of bullshit. Listening the all the experts who somehow know how to assemble a staff is amazing. Idiots all. Not being happy with the selections is one thing, saying a timeline makes a difference is for ignorance. People are being upset just to be upset. I guess it makes you all feel better. Join the crying crowd all of you while I laugh at you all for being such blog experts.

    Harbaugh had much of his staff assembled at Stanford, of course it took him less time. Pull your heads out of your asses for crying out loud.

    Besides, Jed is excited about the changes so we must be all set! LOL!

    All in all, I’m OK with all the hires except OC. The problem I have with that hire isn’t that I think it is bad, it’s that I don’t know what to expect. If we start going RoBaugh/Singletary/Jumbo again I’ll be upset. Or if we go RoBaugh spread without knowing how to call plays for that offense like this last year, I’ll be upset. For me, I’ll have to wait and see before I know to happy or upset.

    You blog experts keep being blog experts if it makes you happy. The funniest line I have yet to see is one of the Three Stooges is personally holding Jed accountable! Bwa Ha Ha Ha Ha! Jed must be shaking at the empty Bullit being fired at him! I’ll be laughing at that one for months!

    • Irish Kevin says:

      Berger, that is fine, but when your GM comes out and says the Niners are dedicated to the run, it is no wonder no one wants to come here. if you are being considered for the OC job but already someone is telling you how you are going to run it, would you take that job? I don’t thik so.

    • Irish Kevin says:

      Berger that is fine. But when the Niners GM comes out and says the Niners are committed to the run what potential OC is going to want to come here. When you go to an interview most employers ask what are your visions. They don’t ask are you committed to…

  6. unca_chuck says:

    The problem I have is the coach isn’t hiring his staff. The OC isn’t hiring his staff. It’s all fairly random. And it’s being directed by the GM.

    Doesn’t mean it won’t work just that usually doesn’t .

  7. Nipper says:


  8. The ULTIMATE crock of shit is my buddy Berger buying into Jed’s Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy” song and dance. Only to be followed by a knee-deep shovelful of fresh 49er horseshit.

    THIS Blog Expert and long-standing and full-fledged member of the Stooge, Boob and Mook 49er Peanut Gallery Coaching Club of the Piece of Shit Hometown of former Heisman Trophy winner, bartender, owner and garbage-taker-outer of the Antler’s in Historic Downtown Pinole — Gino fucking Torretta would like to tell you and Tomsula…

  9. This Jed York maiden claiming $6250 horseshit has 6-10 written all over it —
    If they find a lucky horseshoe or two.
    Looks like I picked the right year to stop watching football.

  10. Nipper says:

    BLEEP II….!

  11. snarkk says:

    Seattle’s got the better D, Pats have the better QB and HC. This should be good football. Should. Then again, that’s what the last SB looked like, then the game started. I’ll go with Seattle by 24-20…

  12. Lurker John says:

    I don’t know if I’d give the coaching nod to Belichick . Carroll’s been pretty damn good and knows what he’s doing. It’s still hard for me to pick against Seattle, but I’ll be a huge Pats fan for a day. I hate Seattle that much.

    • Winder says:

      I feel the same. Carroll’s surrounded himself with a good coaching staff and their drafts have panned out for the most part. I hate to admit it but they are a real good team, that plays like a team should. i still think Carroll is more Rah-Rah than anything else though.

      • NJ49er says:

        Agree Winder, I see Tomsula fitting that back-slapper ‘motivator’ role for us as well.

        All we need now is, for Dan Quinn to screw up their Coaching Staff, when he leaves next week for ATL.

  13. NJ49er says:

    Chuck, the gem hire of this Coaching Staff assembly tour, could go to Tomsula, for pulling Steve Logan back into the fold.

    Everything I’ve uncovered on Logan suggests, he’s got a passion for the Offensive side of the game.
    He also appears to be an excellent chalk-talk type of Coach, which should provide excellent support for Kaep.
    Geep to OC may indeed be a head scratcher/fall back plan but, he will provide some semblance of continuity, if nothing else.

    For all the bantering and blog brawling that’s gone on since Jim moved on, my concerns have been for the further development of the Offense and Kaep.
    If that succeeds, we’ll all be happy.

    Gamble returning, is a quiet, but well executed maneuver too I think.

  14. robbiedeluca says:

    Im bàaaaaaaak

  15. robbiedeluca says:

    Im baaaak

  16. robbiedeluca says:

    Billiecheat is pete carroll with tom brady on his team

  17. NJ49er says:

    I was expecting to see your picture on the back of the milk cartons in FL Rob!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. 12th Man says:

    Boldin says Geep has a great O mind and expects to do well. I have no idea what Geep can do cause I’ve yet to see. I’m with Berger, I’m not willing to trash the coaching staff without at least seeing what they intend to do.

    If all it takes is name recognition to do well how come the same names keep rotating?

    None of us know if any of these guys are good or not but some decide they are bums just based on not being a “known” commodity or famous name. Well here is a question, how did the well known coaches become well known? They got an opportunity and it worked out, so here is an opportunity for Geep et al right?

    • NJ49er says:

      Agree 12th.
      Moving Chryst away from QB Coach suggests they are looking for something more from Kaep?
      Keeping Chryst as OC also keeps the terminology consistent.
      Not a ‘reach’ or ‘overreaction’ by the looks of it.

      I can say I’m pleasantly surprised with the info I’ve found on Steve Logan.
      Tomsula was apparently the guy who brought him aboard too.

      So, his hiring appears to have been done on the relationship they forged together in NFLE.

      Time will tell where all of this will take us.
      I’m going to remain optimistic, since there ain’t a damn thing I can do about it anyway.

      • 12th Man says:

        Several coaches have ties to Tomsula NJ, which suggests that Tomsula is the one doing the hiring.

      • NJ49er says:

        Many thought Tomsula’s shortcomings as HC were tied to his lack of connections in the NFL 12th.
        I do think it’s a handicap of sorts but, he’s been an excellent DLine Coach.
        We’ll see how he does.

        By all accounts, the players that have spoken seem to appreciate what he brings to the table.
        Can’t knock that.

      • 12th Man says:

        It was the idea that Baalke is doing all the coach hiring that is clearly false that I was going for there NJ.

      • NJ49er says:

        Understood 12th, many made that assumption, not me.
        Baalke was in Mobile for the Senior Bowl, Tomsula was working the phones doing his piece to assemble his Staff.

        They seem to have had a pretty cohesive plan in place, to get this thing ironed out.

      • NJ49er says:

        Seems as though Baalke recruited To Gamble while in Mobile also.
        That could prove to be a pretty solid move going forward.

      • NJ49er says:

        Tom Gamble that is….

  19. snarkk says:

    Gamble’s coming back is a bigger deal that most of the coach hirings…

    • NJ49er says:

      Agree Snarkk –
      Takes some heat off of Baalke, doubles the coverage on the available talent pool too.

  20. Nipper says:

    I want a winner! I don’t give a damn about the coaches. Let Chuck do all the hand wringing and blood pressure explosions.

  21. NJ49er says:

    Nice to see Haley finally get the call to Canton.
    Loooong overdue.

  22. unca_chuck says:

    For the kudos they got from the players for Tomsula, the players didn’t seem to like the Geepster hire. They still have to play come training camp, but this is a strange trip so far.

    And I did like the Gamble hire.

    • NJ49er says:

      I’m hoping they simplify the Offense some Chuck.
      All the wasted motion and such, seems to have doomed us, in terms of play timing.
      Boldin seemed to think Geep wasn’t a terrible option, we’ll see.

      As many have noted, Seattle doesn’t do anything complicated on Offense and, they get things done.
      It’ll be more reliant now on resurrecting our running game and playing Defense once again.
      We need to find an efficient passing attack, one that utilizes the TE more couldn’t hurt.
      Heck, Alex survived in KC without finding a WR for a TD all year.

  23. unca_chuck says:

    Nolan did the same ting with the defense back in the day. It got to the point there they only slowed down themselves.

    • NJ49er says:

      I’d be happy for them to find a Screen Game and add some WCO to this repertoire.
      Papa’s got a brand new bag now –

  24. NJ49er says:

    Berger I’ve been cruising through the Draftee’s once again –
    The OLB from Washington, Shaq Thompson is a pretty interesting kid.
    6’2″/224 – 4.53
    Seems he was recruited as a S and, has experience as a RB.

    Curious whether Baalke could be swayed to utilize him like Seattle does with Kam Chancellor?
    Kid has amazing tackle production and runs very well.

    Seattle found Kam in RD5.
    Shaq likely goes top 20.
    Might fit a BPA option if no one else tops Baalke’s list at 15?

    All around excellent athlete from the looks of it.

  25. Nipper says:

    That Nolan is going backwards. He’s now a position coach with someone. Atlanta gave him the boot at DC. I think he’s in charge of the linebackers with a new team.

  26. unca_chuck says:

    Right you are. Teflon Mike is now San Diego’s LB coach, Nippy.

    My problem with the Geepster is, is this the Peter Principle at work here?

    Shitty QB coach? We’ll just kick you upstairs.

    I don’t know. I still think this team has enough talent to make the playoffs,

    How it plays out though remains a mystery. I like the Logan and Gamble hires. The rest are to be taken with many grains of salt. We did get some experienced defensive coaches, so I think that with the return of Bowman and Willis, and hopefully Aldon staying out of trouble, we should be good.

    The offensive side is loaded with ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

  27. And why all this love for the new QB coach, Logan? Here’s a guy who values mobility > accuracy in his quarterback. Seriously? That’s an asinine philosophy beyond belief. I guess throwing the ball won’t be a top priority for Kaepernick next year. Oh, that’s right — it won’t be. They’re just going to have Colin run hog-wild all the time. Jed already said as much.

    I’m sure that’s going to work out just swell. Best-case scenario is that RG Knee loans Kap his used wheelchair which he’ll surely need come about Week 3. Good luck with that shit.

  28. snarkk says:

    Niners really need to sign a serviceable backup QB. If Kap is seriously injured, they’re hosed …

  29. I have Tom Brady at 35/1 to score the first TD.

    Go Mr. President!

  30. How the hell wasn’t that a PF roughing the kicker?
    Like Collinsworth clearly pointed out, hitting the plant foot is a 15, not 5 yd penalty.

    This SB officiating crew is off to a scintillating start…

  31. At least thru one quarter the play on the field and commercials coincide…
    They both stink on ice!

  32. And that 2:00 drive led by @DangeRussWilson culminating in that game-tying TD pass only further goes to prove how bad SEA has us beat in the QB dept.

    The dude is just flat-out money. I need to go re-watch “Swingers” for the 200th time. I’m pretty sure Wilson was money in that as well and didn’t even know it.

  33. Lurker John says:

    Tom Brady ain’t no fucking Joe Montana, that much is clear. Two horrible interceptions. For all intents and purposes, this one is done.

  34. Lurker John says:

    How much film does a team need to watch before it learns that it’s crucial to contain Russell Wilson if you want to beat Seattle?

  35. Lurker John says:

    Bye, bye Patriots.

  36. Lurker John says:

    The good news is that the Seahawks have to pay Russell Wilson after this season. Hopefully, that puts a dent in their plans for the future. Did I mention that Brady isn’t fit to carry Joe Montana’s sweaty jockstrap?

  37. Lurker John says:

    I’m here to eat CROW BABY! Your pretty boy choked on some cock on that play, Dennis! WhooooHooo0!

  38. That Darrell Bevell play call makes Greg Roman look like Bill Walsh.
    WTF are you doing throwing the ball in that situation?

    Seattle *deserved* to lose tonight on that play alone. Mooks.

    • Lurker John says:

      Not running Lynch there will go down in football history. Roman and Kaep are off the hook as far as I’m concerned. Great game!

  39. Lurker John says:

    The look on on the pretty boy’s face is PRICELESS! Yeah baby! HE CHOKED!

  40. Nipper says:

    I don’t believe it but it happened.

  41. Irish Kevin says:

    Seattle forgot why they have M Lynch. Or they forgot how to use him

  42. Lurker John says:

    Unbelievable they didn’t run Lynch there, especially with one timeout left. Lynch is gold down there. Just seeing Dick Sherman and Russell Wilson on the verge of tears was worth having to suffer Tom Brady winning his fourth SB. He still can’t carry Joe’s jockstrap.

  43. unca_chuck says:

    Unreal. All i can say. Carroll’s call there goes down as one of the worst in football history. I couldn’t understand why Belichick didn’t call a TO after lynch’s run to the 1. Turns out it didn’t matter.

    Not a big Pats fan but to see Pete crushed on the sideline was pretty special. Sherman as well.

  44. unca_chuck says:

    First thing I thought was Carroll wanted RW to get the MVP not Lynch so he called a pass.

    Lynch doesn’t get along with the coaches, but Seattle is ready to throw a ton of money at him.

  45. snarkk says:

    Yep, Seattle had the game won. 3 plays to get one yard aand 6 inches, with the biggest baddest running back in the league to carry the ball in, and you win the Super Bowl. And you PASS a slant into the middle of a bunched defense? The lamest, most dumbass call in the history of the NFL — if not, it’s on a very short list. Yep, Roman and Harbs are now below this one on the short list. At least they had 5 yards to go. Weird win for the Pats. They know they should have lost. I guess that will wear off when the rings get handed out. At least the insufferable Seattle fans are fuming and writhing in pain…

  46. unca_chuck says:

    Hell of a play by Butler though. He jumped that route very quick. But yeah, there’s NO reason to chance a throw down there when you have the toughest back in the league hands down bar none.

  47. Nipper says:

    I bet Butler at least gets a plaque on the stadium wall at Foxboro. He’ll never be forgotten now in New England. It’s great an unknown player gets some attention.

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