Drew’s Morning Dish

September 30, 2013 | Drew Forrester

I’m going to do my very best to not blow a gasket during today’s show.

I’d almost consider it a miracle, though, if I don’t.

Based on the garbage I heard and read after Sunday’s loss in Buffalo, it’s inevitable that I’m going to lose it at some point over the nearly four hours of radio I’ll be doing this morning.

Some of the stuff you people come up with is dangerously dumb.

I think my favorite “theme” after Sunday’s loss is a tie between:  A) Flacco really hasn’t been all that good since he got here.  He was bailed out by Derrick Mason in his first couple of years and then he latched on to Anquan Boldin and let “Q” carry him. – or – B) Harbaugh never gets the team prepared.  Just look at the way they start games.  Without Ray and Ed Reed around to kick people in the butt, we’re going to see these types of losses all the time.

Yeah, it’s a shame Flacco had Derrick Mason and Anquan Boldin “carrying him”.  Sort of like the way Joe Montana had Jerry Rice “carry him”, I guess.  And that Harbaugh, he has no idea what he’s doing.  Anyone can make the playoffs five years in a row when they have really good players.  Just ask all of those other coaches in the league who have made it five years in a row since Harbaugh took over in 2008.  Wait, no one else has made it since then.  Must be dumb luck, I guess.

Those are just two of the idiotic themes I heard and read after yesterday’s loss.

Then again, you’re buying the tickets, so it’s your lawful right to be nuts.

Please remember — you are more than welcome to have an opinion about that awful performance – by just about everyone not named Torrey Smith and Terrell Suggs – on Sunday in Buffalo.  Flacco stunk, period.  So did Gino Gradkowski.  So did Kelechi Osemele.  So did Art Jones.  Losing to the Bills is inexcusable.

But, if you try and combo your attack about Sunday’s loss in Buffalo with some sort of asinine observation that Flacco has somehow finally been “outed” as a terrible quarterback, I’m gonna blow my stack.  Likewise, if you start blabbing about Harbaugh and his “lack of coaching ability finally catching up to him”, you’re gonna get blasted.

I’ll do my best to sit back and let you have your say without hitting myself in the head with a two-by-four.

But I can’t make any promises.