And the Whip Comes Down

Well, there you have it. Chris Meyers said during the game yesterday that a front office person told Chris that Colin Kaepernick ‘left 20 touchdowns on the field this year.’ Whatever that means. Granted, the announcers did make a point to talk about the shitty tackling and poor line play, but they sure seemed to go out of their way to criticize Kaepernick. Apparently this front office’s job is to talk shit about a guy who was diagnosed with an injury in week 4 and let him take a pounding, and then bench him.  All behind his back.

I mean we all remember last year, right? I felt it was time for Harbaugh to move on, but Jesus, the innuendo coming out of the front office, by way of leaks, was really a firehose. Sing and the rats? same shit different people getting tossed under the bus. As a sidenote, to think Tomsula is the rat is pretty much in the St. Jim is Vince Lombardi’s equal school of thought. Cretins, in other words. Tomsula is nothing but a foot soldier who has been chosen to be the fall guy for a front office that has no accountability. Like Kaepernick, Tomsula will be forced to fall on his sword at the conclusion of the season. He won’t give them any trouble as they strip away more players and lose what talent Scotty M put together. Hell, they might even keep him around one more year to make sure they have a scapegoat for 2016. By then Gabbert will be fully ensconced as our savior, and we’ll have yet failed to draft a QB in the first 3 rounds.

‘Win with class’ is a phrase they like to throw around. More like fuck the fans with impunity. Funny thing is, a lot of fans agree with the decisions being made.  This front office is a miasma of idiots. Eddie said it before Harbaugh got here. Too many chiefs. No lines of communication. The convergence of Scotty’s drafts and Harbaugh’s arrival gave them a respite as they nearly won. But the talent retired, left, or was forced out. Baalke has done little to restock the roster with anything on offense, and the glaring problems seem by everyone at the conclusion of last year, ie offensive line depth, cornerback depth, WRs, and ILB help were ignored by Baalke. Armstead is OK. tartt looks good, but we needed O line help desperately and did nothing about it but sign Eric Pears and pray that M Martin would improve significantly, and pray that Kilgore Trout would return to health.

No such luck. Now, we’re fucked.

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37 Responses to And the Whip Comes Down

  1. Nipper says:

    POOR tackling ??? They should shove those players out the door. At this level that is completely unacceptable. D stuck it up.

  2. Nipper says:

    Bakkentom-Bullit is pissed at Chuck not the Niners for yesterday’s feeble effort in Seattle. Like who cares? For the internet purposes, Bakkentom-Bullit make for the perfect loving couple. They may as well hold hands when they post on Skeebers when one shows up the other soon follows.

  3. Flavor says:

    Paraag Marathe is behind all this shit and that weasel is going to snake his way into the GM job once TB is gone. Book it.

  4. unca_chuck says:

    Paraage has NO credentials to be a GM.

    If that happens, well, my Sundays will be free for the foreseeable future.

    • Flavor says:

      I know he’s got no credentials but this guy is a snake and I think that’s what he’s been angling for since he got here. Plus, he’s got the wool pulled over Jed’s clueless eyes.

      • unca_chuck says:

        Even Jed can’t be this stupid. He HAS to know that the next GM needs some bona fide credentials to take over the job.

        Then again, nothing he has done has really made sense. Hiring the head coach and then installing the GM is bass ackwards. And he’s done that a few times.

        Like I said, it frees up my Sundays if they keep down this idiotic path.

  5. Winder says:

    If someone doesn’t get fired pretty soon I too am afraid for the long-dry spell. When expectations are low and they prove out to be, all one can do is shake there head total disgust.

  6. unca_chuck says:

    Winder, I don’t think they’l even entertain the idea of firing Tomsula at this point. They’d have to promote someone from within the organization.


    • Nipper says:

      Tomsula is painted now as the scapegoat by the media and surely will be if fired. Jed York looks bad no matter what he does. He better call his mommy for advice. Her advice must be “please son for godsakes don’t do anything….please!” ” I have a team of advisors ready to make all future decisions!”

  7. rtfirefly says:

    I can’t see them firing anybody anytime remotely close to the SB – too many questions about Harbaugh for Jed to handle. When? If? Tomsula right before the draft? That timing always works wonders for teams…

  8. unca_chuck says:

    All this shit will come down after the season. My hope is that Jed gets a clue to the fact that he’s got too many fucking people in the building and he needs to clean house and hire a competent GM.

    Scott Pioli wouldn’t be a horrible choice.

  9. rtfirefly says:

    Yes, unless my calculations are wrong, that would be Alex in the playoffs ITSET. At 5-5. KC has a better conference record than Buffalo, NY, and Hou. (I had to give BullTom SOME ammunition. Guy’s been shooting blanks.)

    • rtfirefly says:

      if the season ended today

    • rtfirefly says:

      Technically, I shouldn’t have included NY. The Jets would be knocked out by the Bills in the previous step (intradivision) by head to head.

      I love doing stuff like this by hand. Computers took all the fun out of it.

  10. unca_chuck says:

    Ahhhhh. Yaah, ESPN has the breakdown. Haven’t looked at it.

  11. unca_chuck says:

    We’re 5th pick! I figure best case for this team, they win 3. Detroit, Chi, Cle. Worst case (well, you know what I mean), they lose out.

    That should keep us in the top 5. Goff seems to be the choice I’d be looking at. Goff looks pretty polished in the pocket. And I’d hate to miss out on the next Cal QB we have a shot at.

    • rtfirefly says:

      Spoiler Alert – I don’t care if you read this. I tried and failed to make it concise and precise.

      I don’t see how we’re 5th. We lose to Balt because of head-to-head. Based on current records of all opponents, we lose to Det today (using only opponents ALREADY PLAYED), but would beat Det and lose to Dal if you factor in remaining opponents. (In other words, at the end of the season, you take the records of all 16 game opponents. Dallas’ schedule is tougher, including games NOT YET PLAYED using current team records.) That makes us 6th. Dallas with Romo will push us to 5th before long. The head-to-head, in addition to the season records, is what makes the Det game so crucial to lose – LOL that looks funny reading it back, but really…

      I found one site that confimed this, but I don’t remember what it was (alas, I didn’t mark it). All the sites I get from search give me FF rankings of some sort using some power ranking crap, not the way the NFL does it.

  12. rtfirefly says:

    Look at the Raiders LOL: #9.

    One good draft, expecially on D, and they will be a real contender. The Niners at #6 are one Baalke draft away from being a complete dumpster fire.

  13. NJ49er says:

    GBNREPORT.COM keeps Draft positions updated as well RT.
    We’re holding at Pick 6.
    A good football term for ‘we suck’.

    • rtfirefly says:

      I’m up late NJ. Going to bed after this. I made the previous attempt at explanation even worse by getting it wrong. Dallas has an EASIER season schedule, not tougher. Easier schedule but same record than competitor = you’re worse than competitor. That’s the logic behind it.

      Don’t mind me if I keep bashing Baalke. It’s not personal; I think you’re a great guy. But it won’t stop me lol.

      • NJ49er says:

        No worries RT
        I’m supportive of Baalke because he’s a Parcells guy.
        He has more football smarts than Jed or Paraag.
        Given that criteria alone, he recognizes the need for an Offensive HC to complete his vision.

        How Jed could force Tomsula on Gase suggests to me Baalke is being undermined.
        The Moneyball approach isn’t going to fix things, when football people are taken out of the plans IMO.

      • NJ49er says:

        If Baalke was good enough to work for Parcells, he’s good enough for me.
        He knows what makes football players tick.
        Computer models are fine for weather forecasting, not finding players to play in the NFL.

        Appreciate the kind words just the same RT.
        Opinions are like a$$holes.
        We’ve all got one 😀

  14. Lurker John says:

    Firing a head coach and then attempting to hire a new one at this point is fool’s folly. That’ll have to wait. Anybody brought in now would be interim only. Speaking of Parcells, what say we dust him off and bring him out of retirement? He certainly kicked San Francisco’s ass enough times over the years.

    • NJ49er says:

      He’s a bright football mind Lurker John.
      I’d agree with that move.
      Anything to separate Jed and Paraag from the football functions is fine with me too.

  15. unca_chuck says:

    Baalke wasn’t Parcells’ GM. He was his scout. And that was a loooong time ago. Mike Nolan was from the Parcells tree wasn’t he? His drafts have brought nothing offensively to the team except for an oft-injured Carlos Hyde. The offense has not gone anywhere. Yes, that’s on the coaching staff, but NO impact WRs in the past 4 years?

    This year’s draft completely lost me. We had GLARING specific needs at CB and O line and we did little to nothing to address those needs. D ine and safety? He screwed the pooch. He hasn’t drafted a QB even though they were down on Kappy LAST year.

    To me it seems like Paraage has WAY too much input on building the team. Either that or Baalke is lost to the particulars of the team’s problems. Either way, these drafts don’t make sense.

    • Nipper says:

      Call on the big mouths Bakkentom-Bullit who claim to know everything and put them in charge. They would probably die of fright!

  16. unca_chuck says:

    Funny how a lot of fans think a desultory 29-13 loss is a victory for Gabbert and the front office. Youi’d think some of these bloggers work for the team. The shit gets funnier every day.

    Gabbert left 2 TDs n the field on Sunday. Where’s the outrage? Where’s the All-22 diagrams? Oh, that loss was BETTER than the other 6 losses.

  17. unca_chuck says:

    Oh, those cute fans and their moral victories. We lost by one less point!! Yay!!!

  18. Winder says:

    I don’t even know what a moral victory is. The Niner team that was on the field last Sunday was terrible. And, I know I didn’t get to see a lot of the game but what I did see was very discouraging. There is a long way to go if we gonna get out of this hole, total rebuild is the way I see it.

  19. unca_chuck says:

    Well, it’s the fact that Gabbert lost better than Kaepernick.

    Next week should be another moral victory since the defense did so horribly vs AZ last time.

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