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We now know, thanks to NFL Films, that Mike Vrabel and John Harbaugh appeared to bury the ‘My Coach Can Beat Up Your Coach, Bro’ beef storyline that had developed after a heated November matchup between the two teams. The head coaches had words after Vrabel and the Titans allegedly disrespected the Baltimore logo.
One thing led to another, and the coaches were asked before their Wild Card game about which coach would win a fight.
“If me fighting coaches determined whether we win or lose, I’d fight them all,” Vrabel told the media last week. On Tuesday, NFL Films released video of the two cooled off coaches having a laugh over the drama.
John Harbaugh and Mike Vrabel talking about who would win a fight between John Harbaugh and Mike Vrabel.
It turns out Twitter isn't the only place where people talk about who would win a fight between different NFL coaches #Titans #Ravens (via @NFLFilms) pic.twitter.com/eKEyX5qwYA
— John Breech (@johnbreech) January 12, 2021
Let’s be honest here, this wouldn’t be a very fair fight. Vrabel is listed at 6’4 and 260 pounds, and he’s probably put on a few pounds since the last Wikipedia weigh-in. John Harbaugh, however, is a wiry 58-year-old who would have to use his speed to get away from the Vrabel bear. If you locked these two in the octagon, John’s only hope would be Vrabel regretting those beer and wing nights.
In the end, Vrabel bear had to watch the Ravens stomp on his logo (Ed Reed didn’t like it) and move on to face the Buffalo Bills. The fight is over for this year. John won this round.
Last time the #Ravens and Titans matched up, John Harbaugh and Malcolm Butler met face-to-face at Baltimore’s midfield logo. pic.twitter.com/jYM37bsfl0
— Bobby Trosset (@BobbyWBAL) January 10, 2021
Here's a better version of what happened between #Ravens John Harbaugh and #Titans Mike Vrabel pregame:
Harbaugh: It’s disrespectful.
Vrabel: Tell him to coach a game
Harbaugh: It’s disrespectful!
Vrabel: Go coach!
Harbaugh again: It’s disrespectful!pic.twitter.com/BJPZvxf0nN
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 26, 2020