Jack Harbaugh has watched his sons go at it for nearly five decades. From pounding football games on their bedroom floor to timed races up the stairs from the basement and many, many bumps and bruises in between.
As Jim and John Harbaugh get ready to face off against each other on Thanksgiving night in a battle between the 9-1 49ers and the 7-3 Ravens, the football nation has gotten a sneak peak into the childhood of both these NFL head coaches.
The man may be 36, but Ray Lewis will not be a slave to father time.
John Harbaugh won’t be hearing a lot of questions about football this week. Neither will his brother, Jim. On Thanksgiving night, the Harbaughs will become the first brothers to face each other as NFL head coaches. Although it’s a very important game for the Baltimore Ravens (7-3) and San Francisco 49ers (9-1), John and Jim are clearly the bigger story.
Jim Harbaugh is too busy preparing for a short week and cross-country trip to Baltimore to reflect much on his history-making Thanksgiving night matchup with big brother and Ravens coach, John.
Execution is needed in Red Zone.
It was 2 guys misbehaving, but I don’t think it falls into the reprehensible category.
How can you allow the head coaches to exhibit this behavior? They are supposed to be leaders of men.
CBS Sports’ Clark Judge talks Michael Vick, Jim Harbaugh, The Ravens and all things NFL with Vinny Cerrato and Ken Weinman on 105.7 The Fan.
Gwen Knapp of the San Francisco Chronicle talked about the anticipated Turkey Day match-up of the Ravens and the 49er’s
Opening the season hosting The Steelers