Hyland Super Bowl Thoughts: Harbaugh Upgrades

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Posted Feb 3, 2013


Final Thoughts On The Super Bowl - Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Thoughts - Super Bowl

Hyland: Harbaugh Upgrades

 By Kevin Hyland

- Fiutak Super Bowl Thoughts: This One Is Easy
- Cirminiello Super Bowl Thoughts: The Sacks
- Zemek Super Bowl Thoughts: The Passers
- Hyland Super Bowl Thoughts: Harbaugh Upgrades 
- Johnson Super Bowl Thoughts: Deer Antler This 
- Harrison Super Bowl Thoughts: 49ers 6-0? 
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- Jim Harbaugh upgrades. Yup, I said it. At every stop in life, Jim has taken a look around, tossed out loyalties, and said to himself, “It’s time to advance.”

And if you would have asked his ex-wife in 2006 whether he would ultimately leave San Diego and then Stanford for the big time, the answer would have been written all over her face. In fact, a simple interview with Miah could have saved us all the trouble of wondering why he’d leave Alex Smith at the altar for a younger, faster, more versatile style of play.

I think the only surprise Miah might have encountered over the past few years was Jim being diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat.

- Seventeen and a hook - Oh, sweet Baby Ray Lewis. We’ll hear this number no less than ten times in the telecast on Sunday for the glorious years you’ve given us in the NFL. But I’ve got to be honest, the only relevance seventeen holds on Sunday is in the Vegas books and the alternate line I’ll be pounding against you. San Fran wins in a laugher, Ray Ray, and if it’s cool with you, let’s save the tears for an E360, when you own up to your past transgressions.

- So while we wait for Sunday, I leave you with a name many of you have never committed to memory- Da’tara. Who is Da’tara you might ask? Da’tara was the winner of the 2008 Belmont Stakes, and the owner of the most irrelevant stretch run in the history of major horse racing.

Unfortunately for most of us, Sunday will mirror that run and leave us hopelessly wondering what happened with the chalk. But much like Big Brown, Tom Brady will live to fight another day, and at the very least, he’ll be brought out to stud.

- Fiutak Super Bowl Thoughts: This One Is Easy
- Cirminiello Super Bowl Thoughts: The Sacks
- Zemek Super Bowl Thoughts: The Passers
- Hyland Super Bowl Thoughts: Harbaugh Upgrades 
- Johnson Super Bowl Thoughts: Deer Antler This 
- Harrison Super Bowl Thoughts: 49ers 6-0? 
- CFN Super Bowl Picks & Prop Bets