Found January 11, 2013 on Football Nation:
As Coach Harbaugh ponders what happened in 2012 and looks forward to the 2013 season, I believe there are three resolutions he needs to make with the team to help bring them to a better place in 2013. First of all it's time we make it back to a Super Bowl.  It's been 18 years already, and as well all know, the 49ers are unique in that they've been to five Super Bowls, and have come out victorious every time. Secondly no more quarterback controversies please. That doesn't show real leadership. If you want Kaepernick leading the team, then so be it, we don't need to be jerked around. Last but not least, Ricky Jean-Francois needs to start as nose tackle. He is more than ready to help the team fill this spot that has been growing weaker.There are many reasons for this, and we'll break each of these goals down one by one. We talk about the reasons why we need to resolution, and what it can do for us in 2013.First, getting back into the Super Bowl. we need to make ...
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