Jan 19, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh reacts after guard Mike Iupati (not pictured) is helped off the field after an injury during the first half of the 2013 NFC Championship football game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

NFC Championship game: 49ers HC Jim Harbaugh freak out gets ‘bad lip reading’ treatment (Video)

The San Francisco 49ers are holding on to a slim seven-point lead heading into the second half of the NFC Championship game. There was a call during the game that had 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh particularly upset and he threw one of his famous temper tantrums on the side line.

And it took the internet all of a few minutes to turn it into a bad lip reading video. I don’t think this is an official “Bad Lip Reading” video done by the guys that made that famous NFL video. I think it just someone doing it on the fly with the Vine app but it is still hilarious. It is exactly how I imagined it sounded.

Tags: San Francisco 49ers

  • chris.baker@verizon.net

    I know that the Niners are too classy to say it, but those five blatantly missed or bad calls cost’d them this game. (1) the none hold call on the first drive that resulted in a FG. (2) The quick whistle on the delay of game on the 3rd and 1 call. The ball was snapped with zero, you don’t blow the whistle unless you look down after all zero’s and see that the ball hasn’t been snapped. (3) The missed roughing the punter call (4) the missed call at the end of the half that took them out of FG range. (5) the missed fumble call on the goal line. This is UNSAT for NFL caliber refs.

    • antsisalive

      I agree, except for the fumble one. Yes, it was a crap blown call, but remember we got the ball on the next play on the 20 (or around there). It ended up being better that we DIDNT get that fumble call. But point very well taken – ESPECIALLY the roughing. I mean, that was as basic as you can get – NOexcuse for blowing that call

    • Donald Palmer

      you forgot the 15yd penalty on hittner when he clearly hit shoulder pads! and most calls came from 18 ln judge