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    Jim Harbaugh Calls NFL Rules on Read Optoin QBs "Flawed and Biased"

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    Simple message: If you're willing to use your QB like a RB in your scheme, then be prepared for him to be hit like one. Bow down to a pass happy league Jim.

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    Does this rule imply when he plays the Seahawks and Redskins or only his QB cant get hit

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    I hate Jimmy, I really do


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    I loved this guy as a college coach hard nose physical football. I still love Stanford in fact I think David Shaw could be a great NFL HC as well. This guy has been a cry baby since coming into the NFL I cant stand him anymore. he would flip out the 1st time the Brothers Smith lines up Russel Wilson and gets flagged

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    Has proved himself to be a great coach, but simultaneously has proved to be the biggest whiner in the NFL..

    Seriously Jim -- It's called an option for a reason. The QB has an OPTION on the given snap. You cannot expect defenders to sit back and wait until it is clear that your QB/RB does not have the ball before they even attempt any kind of physical contact whatsoever.

    Again...He has the option. Not sure if people understand what OPTION means??

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    if the QB keeps the ball and runs with it, especially out of the pocket and more so out of the tackle box?

    treat his *** like a RB. period.

    think baseball strikezone though...smh


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    Pound all the Read Option QBs
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