There's a lot that's been said about how this season has gone (or not gone) for the 49ers. Most people outside the organization think that Jim Harbaugh is gone after the season, and though I don't fully agree with that, I totally understand it. I know there's still two games left in the season, but if Jim is really gone, then he at least deserves a farewell song. I think the lyrics of "You must love me" from the musical Evita, but more popularly sung by Madonna in the movie adaptation are quite appropriate:
Where do we go from here?
This isn't where we intended to be
We had it all, you believed in me
I believed in you
What do we do for our dream to survive?
How do we keep all our passions alive,
As we used to do?
Deep in my heart I'm concealing
Things that I'm longing to say
Scared to confess what I'm feeling
Frightened you'll slip away
Where do Jed York, his 49ers, and Jim Harbaugh go from here? What changes will it take for the dream of a 6th Superbowl win to come to San Francisco? Why was so much concealed and left unsaid by the front office, the coaches, and Colin Kapaernick? This season and the Harbaugh era has totally slipped away.
Eliminated 49ers left to play out the string (Gutierrez)
49ers' disaster of a season was their own making (Voldemort)
The Future of Jim
Harbaugh open to negotiating with 49ers (Biderman)
Jim Harbaugh, ready for an exit (Voldemort)
49ers lose in Seattle, out of playoff race (Biderman)
Rapid Reaction: San Francisco 49ers (Gutierrez)
Blah. blah. blah. | Hochuli: 'It's a foul, and that's why I called it' (Maiocco)