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People who are not sold on Singletary

and still think that he could be replaced--let it be known who you are.

Two things that completely piss me off about Singletary are:

-his HORRIBLE in-game management, just terrible with the timing and execution

-his lack of knowledge for the proper game plan each week--i liked how we would go into the game running into a brick wall against a good run D and come out the second airing it desperado style --then against a team (Seahawks) that Gore completely destroyed, we came out tossing the ball over 50 times and ended up losing.
dude shut up its was his first year and he'd never even been a coordinator

look what he did with vernon

[ Edited by Sjceruti on May 4, 2010 at 16:30:09 ]
Not Sold. Will be gone soon. Won't be replaced by anybody better. The new nobody will draft a new nobody to play QB, and the whole process will repeat itself.
Originally posted by TeambyTheBay:
and still think that he could be replaced--let it be known who you are.

Two things that completely piss me off about Singletary are:

-his HORRIBLE in-game management, just terrible with the timing and execution

-his lack of knowledge for the proper game plan each week--i liked how we would go into the game running into a brick wall against a good run D and come out the second airing it desperado style --then against a team (Seahawks) that Gore completely destroyed, we came out tossing the ball over 50 times and ended up losing.

Great. We finally got a HC who appears to have a clue, has the team moving in the right direction, has his own vision of how the team should look and play, actually drafts players who fit that vision, and--at long, long last--there appears to be just a smidgen of hope on the horizon. . .

and someone not only wants to get rid of the HC, he wants others to join in some kinda circle jerk about how they don't like the HC.

Only in Niner Talk.
Originally posted by oldninerdude:
Originally posted by TeambyTheBay:
and still think that he could be replaced--let it be known who you are.

Two things that completely piss me off about Singletary are:

-his HORRIBLE in-game management, just terrible with the timing and execution

-his lack of knowledge for the proper game plan each week--i liked how we would go into the game running into a brick wall against a good run D and come out the second airing it desperado style --then against a team (Seahawks) that Gore completely destroyed, we came out tossing the ball over 50 times and ended up losing.

Great. We finally got a HC who appears to have a clue, has the team moving in the right direction, has his own vision of how the team should look and play, actually drafts players who fit that vision, and--at long, long last--there appears to be just a smidgen of hope on the horizon. . .

and someone not only wants to get rid of the HC, he wants others to join in some kinda circle jerk about how they don't like the HC.

Only in Niner Talk.

2006 Nolan's 49ers were better than last year's 49ers. Why? we overchieved that year, by a whole lot! that was the year when we were supposed to get the #1 draft pick again. Last year, we had much talent on the team and barely scraped out 1 more win. We lost the season mid way, again.

I support Singletary but just isn't sold on him. His in-game timeouts have always been seen as a joke to me. I liked how he called the time out in that one game and next play we gave a touchdown. I am just saying the jury is still out on that dude.
Originally posted by BirdmanJr:

I think he is a good motivator and is very clear about what he wants from players. That is harder to do than it seems.

His game management will improve with time...I hope.

The only thing I really don't like is his idea of offense. However, I am willing to wait on that and see what happens with all the new talent. A power running game is easier to stop than a diversified passing game but that doesn't mean running won't get you INTO the playoffs.
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Originally posted by TeambyTheBay:
Originally posted by oldninerdude:
Originally posted by TeambyTheBay:
and still think that he could be replaced--let it be known who you are.

Two things that completely piss me off about Singletary are:

-his HORRIBLE in-game management, just terrible with the timing and execution

-his lack of knowledge for the proper game plan each week--i liked how we would go into the game running into a brick wall against a good run D and come out the second airing it desperado style --then against a team (Seahawks) that Gore completely destroyed, we came out tossing the ball over 50 times and ended up losing.

Great. We finally got a HC who appears to have a clue, has the team moving in the right direction, has his own vision of how the team should look and play, actually drafts players who fit that vision, and--at long, long last--there appears to be just a smidgen of hope on the horizon. . .

and someone not only wants to get rid of the HC, he wants others to join in some kinda circle jerk about how they don't like the HC.

Only in Niner Talk.

2006 Nolan's 49ers were better than last year's 49ers. Why? we overchieved that year, by a whole lot! that was the year when we were supposed to get the #1 draft pick again. Last year, we had much talent on the team and barely scraped out 1 more win. We lost the season mid way, again.

I support Singletary but just isn't sold on him. His in-game timeouts have always been seen as a joke to me. I liked how he called the time out in that one game and next play we gave a touchdown. I am just saying the jury is still out on that dude.

Oh so the '06 team is better but they overachieved at the same time.

Got it...

[ Edited by Schulzy on May 4, 2010 at 16:47:10 ]
Originally posted by BirdmanJr:

Honestly, is this girl handicapped? Sorry but i've been looking at it for awhile now
I believe that the team is going in the right direction, BUT his clock management really needs ro improve. He has no idea how to properly use his timeouts.
Originally posted by dj43:
I think he is a good motivator and is very clear about what he wants from players. That is harder to do than it seems.

His game management will improve with time...I hope.

The only thing I really don't like is his idea of offense. However, I am willing to wait on that and see what happens with all the new talent. A power running game is easier to stop than a diversified passing game but that doesn't mean running won't get you INTO the playoffs.

You brought up another good point. I HATE this idea of a Raye-Sing offense--we all know damn well that this useless turd Raye is only Singletary's puppet. Raye has to be the most un-creative play caller I've seen in a while. When you look at the recent SB contenders, they all have been teams with a great QB and passing attack (Steelers, Patriots, Giants, Cardinals, etc...)