don't call it being competitive either (not that you did). that's a bunch of . they're all competitive. classless doesn't fit this situation. childish does. and jacobs is just that.
that said, i'm used to it, know what he's capable of on the field given the right situation, and i'd take him back.
Last edited by musclemenace; 12-12-2012 at 07:12 PM.
Here's what I do know, they suspended him and have zero intentions on playing him. Both sides are very unhappy, the classy thing to do is to release him. So yea I think it's a classless move but what else should I expect from Harbaugh who's classless.
The grounds for suspension are a little weak. Basically sending a message to other players who might do the same.
brandon jacobs? kidding me? non-factor. perhaps they did have a bigger role in mind. but hey, the window of opportunity is teeeeeenie. you snooze (whether its injury or otherwise), and the next man up might make sure that window stays shut. again, alex smith; the only guy who should be tweeting tears, lol.
My point is if he they're not going to play him, clearly the case.. And aren't happy with each other then just let him go.. Not like they owe him a ton of guaranteed money. The ONLY reason they haven't let him go is out of spite towards him and us knowing he'll end up back here.. Keep in mind this is the same ******* coach who totally twisted Gilbrides words and said he was trying to influence the refs cause we're a ny team lol. Lmao is he ****ing serious? That's gotta be some major spite right there.
Apparently teams can withhold money during a suspension, so this might be more than just a game of keep away.