Courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco 49ers vs. Houston Texans
Someone give this guy a Binky, he cries more than a teething baby. Of course, none of you have any idea who I am talking about because it could refer to multiple individuals associated with this "game."
Well it's none other than Mr. Jim Harbaugh, head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. something that has been a common theme for the second-year coach since he took over the job in the Bay Area is his consistent lambasting of officials on the sideline.
Sometimes he looks like Cujo out there. Other times, Harbaugh looks like he should be preparing for a calcium deposit directly from his mother's milk supply.
Either way, it does tend to work. As some astute writer's out there have pointed out, the coach who complains the most usually gets the call down the road. With a .759 winning percentage in San Francisco, Harbaugh is obviously getting the job done.
Then you have Houston Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, who believes the NFL is "biased against defensive players." These comments were made immediately prior to Houston giving up 504 passing yards and four touchdowns to Chad Henne.
Last time I checked, teams like the Seattle Seahawks, Pittsburgh Steelers and the aforementioned 49ers are doing damn well under this set of rules.
Maybe try holding your opponent to under 21 points in the first 17 minutes of a game.
Cry me a river or float down it without a paddle; either way, stop complaining.