"I like the things that work," Singletary said. "I don't get into a 'look' or whatever. I look at, how does it fit with our personnel? It's something that we have the tools to do."
Singletary added that the 49ers might want to add more to their shotgun attack and cut back on "some of the other things we're doing."
“We made improvement and there were areas of the game Sunday that the play was exceptional, was outstanding,” Raye said. “But it’s very difficult to overcome four turnovers. We were five-for-five in the red zone, three touchdowns and two field goals. We had a 19-play drive that overcame three or four penalties and a negative that went down and got points. laying area was very good. Without the turnovers, it would have been a different outcome."
Couple of points.
1. Singletary's #1 priority is winning. Philosophically, he believes that the best way to win is to control the clock and play defense. But through half a season, the O-line has proved that they cannot implement a power running game. So, Singletary is ADMITTINGLY switching to a philosophy best-suited for our skillsets, against his own instincts. GREAT NEWS!
2. The offense will continue to expand as Alex gets more and more comfortable. We may be running a College-type spread offense by the end of the year.
3. We are extremely explosive in the red zone.