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Do we want a new head coach? And if so, who?

Do we want a new head coach? And if so, who?

Jed,

I am fine with keeping Singletary as head coach; but both of you lied to me and said we would be in the playoffs! I am mad at myself for getting my hopes up yet again!

I shouldn't expect to have the sort of turn around that Mike Smith had with the Falcons, or Parcell's personell successes in Miami, or Jim Harbaugh's sucess in Baltimore. Rookie head coaches and GM's shouldn't have success so soon.

I will wait one more year, just don't expect me to kiss you with my eyes closed!
Originally posted by eastie:
Originally posted by TDilvr:
Shanny = WCO = new system + complete start over = more rebuilding. How about this: Let's not change a damn thing for f**king once in the off season save for our draft picks and some key FA acquisitions to bolster our running back, tackle, secondary and pass rush deficiencies. We have some kick-ass TE's and I like Crabtree, Morgan and Hill as our WR future and I am definitely okay with Alex Smith as our starter at QB for the next while.

And let's not forget that Walsh was 2-14 in his first year, and 6-10 his second year.

But no eastie. Folks only want to remember the good Walsh teams. Not the sifting process that led to the Super Bowl teams. If the front office listened to some of these fans back then, there would have been no Walsh era. How dare Singletary after 1 draft , minimal free agent activity and pretty much the same roster as Nolan had, not lead us to the promised land. How dare Singletary make rookie mistakes when he actually is in his rookie year as the head coach.

What are they thinking? Dump him. Yeah that's the way to build stability and structure. Get ANOTHER coach in here only to reveal that its a lack of talent as well as inexperience from the rookie coach that's fvcking this team up more than anything. Blow it up because the owners that blow up their team year after year are always on top immediately after doing that. GTFOH. Wow. Its starting to smell like Raider in here.

[ Edited by 602_JamestownAve on Dec 8, 2009 at 11:03:22 ]
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Seriously guys, this knee jerk reactionary crap is getting old. You think a rookie coach is going to turn around a team in one season with little roster improvement over last year. It makes me wonder if any of you actually understand football at all. Singletary has made some rookie mistakes, but he has been learning on the fly. Some of you guys have totally unrealistic expectations and absolutely no patience.

This is the NFL patience does not exist in this league. Rookie HC's can make an immediate impact. Smith in Atlanta, Harbaugh in Baltimore. I mean Tom Cable has just about the same amount of wins as Sing this year with that horrible roster.
Originally posted by DynastyPart2:
Jed,

I am fine with keeping Singletary as head coach; but both of you lied to me and said we would be in the playoffs! I am mad at myself for getting my hopes up yet again!

I shouldn't expect to have the sort of turn around that Mike Smith had with the Falcons, or Parcell's personell successes in Miami, or Jim Harbaugh's sucess in Baltimore. Rookie head coaches and GM's shouldn't have success so soon.

I will wait one more year, just don't expect me to kiss you with my eyes closed!

Fans, this ownership is fully committed and prepared to play deep into the playoff this season. The ownership has order Lisa Lang to make all necessary arrangements for the playoff run. This is one promise the ownership will not break, we will be playing in Jan and Feb.
I think he deserves one more year... there's lot's to work on too. The motivational speaking only goes so far.
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Seriously guys, this knee jerk reactionary crap is getting old. You think a rookie coach is going to turn around a team in one season with little roster improvement over last year. It makes me wonder if any of you actually understand football at all. Singletary has made some rookie mistakes, but he has been learning on the fly. Some of you guys have totally unrealistic expectations and absolutely no patience.

This is the NFL patience does not exist in this league. Rookie HC's can make an immediate impact. Smith in Atlanta, Harbaugh in Baltimore. I mean Tom Cable has just about the same amount of wins as Sing this year with that horrible roster.

i agree. rookie head coaches can make an impact, but you also have to give credit to the front offices as well. if you take singletary and put him in atlanta or baltimore, he would get similar results as smith and harbaugh. the same results? maybe not, but close.

you can rotate the coaches year in and year out, but if there is no real strength in the front office (especially GM) you will keep getting the same s**tty 6-10 or 7-9 records.

so, if you brought in any of those options listed in this poll and kept the front office the same, you would all be revisiting this thread and asking for a new coach at season's end.

now..LOL...with that said, i would like gruden please-but with a new GM as well.
Originally posted by Digger25:
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Seriously guys, this knee jerk reactionary crap is getting old. You think a rookie coach is going to turn around a team in one season with little roster improvement over last year. It makes me wonder if any of you actually understand football at all. Singletary has made some rookie mistakes, but he has been learning on the fly. Some of you guys have totally unrealistic expectations and absolutely no patience.

This is the NFL patience does not exist in this league. Rookie HC's can make an immediate impact. Smith in Atlanta, Harbaugh in Baltimore. I mean Tom Cable has just about the same amount of wins as Sing this year with that horrible roster.

i agree. rookie head coaches can make an impact, but you also have to give credit to the front offices as well. if you take singletary and put him in atlanta or baltimore, he would get similar results as smith and harbaugh. the same results? maybe not, but close.

you can rotate the coaches year in and year out, but if there is no real strength in the front office (especially GM) you will keep getting the same s**tty 6-10 or 7-9 records.

so, if you brought in any of those options listed in this poll and kept the front office the same, you would all be revisiting this thread and asking for a new coach at season's end.

now..LOL...with that said, i would like gruden please-but with a new GM as well.

With Mike Smith in Atlanta, how many players can you name on their defense? Good coaching makes up for lack of talent. Always.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
If they move Sing, I want Shanahan. He can coach and build a team.
Originally posted by WINiner:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
If they move Sing, I want Shanahan. He can coach and build a team.

You and Stoney are not answering the first part of the question?
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Originally posted by Digger25:
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Seriously guys, this knee jerk reactionary crap is getting old. You think a rookie coach is going to turn around a team in one season with little roster improvement over last year. It makes me wonder if any of you actually understand football at all. Singletary has made some rookie mistakes, but he has been learning on the fly. Some of you guys have totally unrealistic expectations and absolutely no patience.

This is the NFL patience does not exist in this league. Rookie HC's can make an immediate impact. Smith in Atlanta, Harbaugh in Baltimore. I mean Tom Cable has just about the same amount of wins as Sing this year with that horrible roster.

i agree. rookie head coaches can make an impact, but you also have to give credit to the front offices as well. if you take singletary and put him in atlanta or baltimore, he would get similar results as smith and harbaugh. the same results? maybe not, but close.

you can rotate the coaches year in and year out, but if there is no real strength in the front office (especially GM) you will keep getting the same s**tty 6-10 or 7-9 records.

so, if you brought in any of those options listed in this poll and kept the front office the same, you would all be revisiting this thread and asking for a new coach at season's end.

now..LOL...with that said, i would like gruden please-but with a new GM as well.

With Mike Smith in Atlanta, how many players can you name on their defense? Good coaching makes up for lack of talent. Always.

Atlanta and Baltimore had a good year last year. This year both are mediocre. We also had immediate success when Singletary took over at the end of last year and the beginning of this year. Sing is going through the same lumps the other coaches are. It's no big deal as long as the team continues to grow (And gets Gore back in the game).
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Originally posted by Digger25:
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Seriously guys, this knee jerk reactionary crap is getting old. You think a rookie coach is going to turn around a team in one season with little roster improvement over last year. It makes me wonder if any of you actually understand football at all. Singletary has made some rookie mistakes, but he has been learning on the fly. Some of you guys have totally unrealistic expectations and absolutely no patience.

This is the NFL patience does not exist in this league. Rookie HC's can make an immediate impact. Smith in Atlanta, Harbaugh in Baltimore. I mean Tom Cable has just about the same amount of wins as Sing this year with that horrible roster.

i agree. rookie head coaches can make an impact, but you also have to give credit to the front offices as well. if you take singletary and put him in atlanta or baltimore, he would get similar results as smith and harbaugh. the same results? maybe not, but close.

you can rotate the coaches year in and year out, but if there is no real strength in the front office (especially GM) you will keep getting the same s**tty 6-10 or 7-9 records.

so, if you brought in any of those options listed in this poll and kept the front office the same, you would all be revisiting this thread and asking for a new coach at season's end.

now..LOL...with that said, i would like gruden please-but with a new GM as well.

With Mike Smith in Atlanta, how many players can you name on their defense? Good coaching makes up for lack of talent. Always.

you got me there. i wonder if other fans of other teams could name one player on our defense (minus willis).
While in hindsight, the 49ers probably needed a HC with experience rather than hiring Sing, I think firing him now would be detrimental to the team. We need to keep the same coaching staff for at least a couple years. Lets let this play out and see what happens.

If they don't make the playoffs again next year, then it might be time to consider another change.
The OP can be our new HC
Originally posted by jed_york:
Originally posted by DynastyPart2:
Jed,

I am fine with keeping Singletary as head coach; but both of you lied to me and said we would be in the playoffs! I am mad at myself for getting my hopes up yet again!

I shouldn't expect to have the sort of turn around that Mike Smith had with the Falcons, or Parcell's personell successes in Miami, or Jim Harbaugh's sucess in Baltimore. Rookie head coaches and GM's shouldn't have success so soon.

I will wait one more year, just don't expect me to kiss you with my eyes closed!

Fans, this ownership is fully committed and prepared to play deep into the playoff this season. The ownership has order Lisa Lang to make all necessary arrangements for the playoff run. This is one promise the ownership will not break, we will be playing in
Jan and Feb.

Sorry, but I don't believe you.
I say we kidnap and brainwash Sean Payton.