Lions vs. 49ers Head Coach “Fight”: Jim Schwartz vs Jim Harbaugh

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Bummed I didn’t see this live, because it is awesome. I mean, I guess you can call this a “fight”? More of a “clash of the egos.” Not like there were blows thrown between the head coaches… just a lot of little girl giddiness vs. big boy toughness. I get that Harbaugh is fired up for the win. So, he’s just showing his emotions, not trying to show up Schwartz. But if I’m Schwartz, in the heat of the moment, and I’m already pissed my perfect season is gone, and then this clown comes at me like that? Jumping around, haymaker handshakes, slap on the back… all that? I’m going after him too.

However, from the outside looking in… don’t you just want to say to both of them… “grow the eff up and act like you’ve been there before“? I think that’s a fair thing to say. You’re NFL head coaches… act like it. All that said, that was too fun… I want to see a coach fight every week, please. Thank you.


[lobbed by RyDogg]

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8 Responses to Lions vs. 49ers Head Coach “Fight”: Jim Schwartz vs Jim Harbaugh

  1. ray finkel says:

    These are by far my 2 favorite coaches in the league right now. NFL needs less corporate drivel and personality from the head coaches, that postgame exchange was nothing short of amazing. Both these guys keep have the success on the field like their doing this year, and they can do whatever the F they want with the postgame handshake / chest bump / stare down. End of the year for coach of the year award, should lock em in the cage and let em wrassle it out.

  2. Crew says:

    It would have been awesome to see those two go at it, with their normal sized arms and all.

  3. Herm says:

    nice Rolex Schwartz

  4. Mac says:

    My money is on Harbaugh all day. No contest.

  5. bp says:

    love the fire. the wrassle competition would be priceless. i’d pay top dollar for that. i’m with mac too, harbaugh, FTW.

    herm… watch snob.

  6. RyDazzle says:

    Anthony Davis (#76) wanted a piece of The Schwartz. He and Sean Payton could have shared a hospital room.

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