Originally Posted by JsTs
SF isn't pursueing Peyton (I don't agree with but w/e). Harbaugh and front desk said multiple times after season ended that they're not messing with the squad. Keeping everyone together. A QB change, even if bringing in the goat, would throw all the team unity talk out the window.
It sucks a lot not snagging goat, but I understand and trust harbaughs (so far very successful) direction.
That's a lot of trust in Harbaugh. He's only had one season in the NFL. Too early to tell how much was skill and how much was luck. If I were them, and I were confident Peyton were healthy, I'd do what I could to sign him, despite any detriment to team unity. However, since that's up in the air, I think their approach is not unreasonable. Time will tell if they are correct.