Re: Jay Glazer: Harbaugh helped Cameron hang on for as long he could until he was finally let go
I don't think any roster in the NFL has so much talent that they can be consistently successful with a bad or even mediocre coach. Similarly I don't think there are any coaches out there who can consistently win with bad or even mediocre talent. The fact that we win consistently tells me that both of them are big pieces of our winning. Trying to make it as binary as "Flacco does it" or "The defense does it" or "Harbaugh does it" is like asking if a car starts because of the key or the gasoline, it not only ignores that both are needed, but it simplifies the process to the point of absurdity.
Originally Posted by Dirt1
ETA: Also, confusing an owner providing a sound bite praising the biggest pending free agent in team history with actual analysis of an analysis of who deserves credit for team success is a great way to inject meaningless fluff into a discussion.
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