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Howie Long and Chris Myers discuss the 49ers success under first-year head coach Jim Harbaugh.
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Brings up a good coaching styles. And and maybe you know that relates to certain teams and Pickett and Jim Harbaugh it was a pro player course. College coach but he's made this transition and so far. I mean whenever it started working troubles of peoples mothers. But but but certainly. He's motivated if you base seemed to be here that that would play above their heads kind of thing I don't know if that's fair statement -- the players. Political what he's been able to do or how he's been able to do that I get the question -- -- Kenny sustain it the way the 49ers have to go. Well I think its intensity and passion for football. And here is. Relenting kind of silent preparation. Is infectious and I think it's just slipped -- on that football team. Do I think they're playing over their head -- Orlando and I've said this for us and it is. Recently as last year when they were in the middle of real slide. Yeah. I felt like there's a lot of talent on that football team and I and I I think the biggest difference -- I think yeah and they've set them. From the football team was the -- couple -- won't. You know and and I am a big fan -- signature player person but I I think he mishandled. That football team and that may go over. Not only you standpoint but psychological standpoint -- Credit we. You know he's one of the elite quarterbacks. You know -- -- we really quarterbacks are in there as our quarterbacks but. It's not a poor weather I think Alex that is -- quarterback and you think Ellis and suddenly we're back. -- you always think you. What's important is he does Alex Smith believe and he had us. You know -- -- you'll learn and and he police themselves which is important.