Absolutely not. And his fate is absolutely not tied to the QB. If the running game re-surges, the defense continues to improve, and special teams play is solid then Singletary has done a great job.
For better or for worse he is a first year head coach and he needs to be afforded the time to build his football team.
Sep 8, 2009 at 12:07 AM
He could quickly be on thin ice if the offense fails miserably and the D is average again and we finish 6-10. I'm a newb in terms of posting but I've been following this site for many years. This is a great group of fans.
This is an article I just wrote that I think all you guys would get a kick out of. It goes along with the question of whether Singletary is surrounding himself with the right expertise at O-coordinator.
Originally posted by knumrock: IMO, I feel that is highly unlikely. Sing is one the best things that happened to the 49ers in recent years. He's a coach that for once has the respect of probably all the players on this team. He should be given more than a year to get them in the playoffs.
You base this opinion on what exactly?
If it gets rid of McCluless as well, then yes I hope Sing gets one season if he fails miserably this year.
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