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BeatYale
03-28-2012, 07:37 PM
Someone previously stated this in regards to the signing of Manningham. I'm keeping that poster's spirit alive around here.

Harbaugh couldn't understand Manningham, so now he's brought in Jacobs to teach him the Giants offense.

Discuss....

NYG216
03-28-2012, 08:29 PM
How did Jacobs do on the wonderlic?

NYGRealityCheck
03-28-2012, 08:51 PM
Wait until Harbaugh tries to make Alex Smith play like Eli Manning...

NJGIANTinNC
03-28-2012, 08:51 PM
I am calling shenanigans on this!

From what I recall of the Giant / 49er contests this past season the 9iners shut the Giant offense down.
With out looking it up I bet they were 2 of the Giants lowest scoring games.

Maybe Harbaugh realized his offense sucked something awful outside of Gore and Davis.
Maybe Jacobs and wheredoIgoham were the best available interested in the 49ers.

They got both of them for a steal.

bLuereverie
03-28-2012, 09:04 PM
It was a stupid theory then. It's still a stupid theory now. Manningham and Jacobs were signed to play.

NYGRealityCheck
03-28-2012, 09:13 PM
It's fun to entertain that theory though every now and then.

Wait until they sign Devin Thomas. Then the plot is going to really thicken for them..

Hooligans
03-28-2012, 09:26 PM
Someone previously stated this in regards to the signing of Manningham. I'm keeping that poster's spirit alive around here.

Harbaugh couldn't understand Manningham, so now he's brought in Jacobs to teach him the Giants offense.

Discuss....

Well, if thev49ers keep hiring ex-Giants, they might actually find one that knows and understands the offense.........but right now they are 0 for 2.

GMENAGAIN
03-28-2012, 09:49 PM
Ha ha . . . . Professors Manningham and Jacobs

burier
03-29-2012, 11:17 AM
Its a funny thought but...

I doubt a guy is gonna start signing people to learn an offense of a team that isn't even in his division and that he's 1 and 1 against with the loss coming in overtime.

And what can Manningham and Jacobs divulge about standing in the pocket until the last split second and delivering the ball on a dime while getting your face pushed in the dirt anyway?

Or perhaps they were signed to coach special teams and show the returners how to field a punt.

????

Strange topic to reanimate.

Kruunch
03-29-2012, 11:18 AM
How did Jacobs do on the wonderlic?


He threw it at a score board..

jhamburg
03-29-2012, 11:52 AM
Its a funny thought but...

I doubt a guy is gonna start signing people to learn an offense of a team that isn't even in his division and that he's 1 and 1 against with the loss coming in overtime.


SF is going to win that division for the next 5 years. I wouldn't be worried about figuring out the Seahawks offense. The season begins in the postseason for SF.

Although I suppose if STL actually does something good with the 12 draft picks they got from Washington they could easily be contenders.

thomsoad
03-29-2012, 01:05 PM
Someone previously stated this in regards to the signing of Manningham. I'm keeping that poster's spirit alive around here.

Harbaugh couldn't understand Manningham, so now he's brought in Jacobs to teach him the Giants offense.

Discuss....

Your a tool who never has his own opinion... discuss.

BeatYale
03-29-2012, 01:19 PM
Someone previously stated this in regards to the signing of Manningham. I'm keeping that poster's spirit alive around here.

Harbaugh couldn't understand Manningham, so now he's brought in Jacobs to teach him the Giants offense.

Discuss....

Your a tool who never has his own opinion... discuss.

Cool story bro.

NYG216
03-29-2012, 02:04 PM
How did Jacobs do on the wonderlic?


He threw it at a score board..

I know I'm in the minority here, but I'm glad I don't have to defend Jacob's hot head actions anymore. I loved his strength and intensity, but he went over the edge more than just a few times to a place that isn't really GIANTS football.

burier
03-29-2012, 02:18 PM
Its a funny thought but...

I doubt a guy is gonna start signing people to learn an offense of a team that isn't even in his division and that he's 1 and 1 against with the loss coming in overtime.


SF is going to win that division for the next 5 years. I wouldn't be worried about figuring out the Seahawks offense. The season begins in the postseason for SF.

Although I suppose if STL actually does something good with the 12 draft picks they got from Washington they could easily be contenders.

So you're saying they don't have to worry about their own division and the next thing on the list is the Giants?

If they're really worried about beating us there are better players at either position they could have gone after.

jhamburg
03-29-2012, 02:38 PM
Its a funny thought but...

I doubt a guy is gonna start signing people to learn an offense of a team that isn't even in his division and that he's 1 and 1 against with the loss coming in overtime.


SF is going to win that division for the next 5 years. I wouldn't be worried about figuring out the Seahawks offense. The season begins in the postseason for SF.

Although I suppose if STL actually does something good with the 12 draft picks they got from Washington they could easily be contenders.

So you're saying they don't have to worry about their own division and the next thing on the list is the Giants?

If they're really worried about beating us there are better players at either position they could have gone after.

I don't buy this whole idea of them trying to scout us out either, but I'm just saying normal divisional rivalries don't really apply to the NFCW.