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Coach Singletary Thread (General Topics)

What a great interview. I loved it. And I'm glad to have Singletary as our head coach.

You're all just a bunch of b***hy women on a erratic period that stops and goes every week whether we win or lose a game. I don't give a f**k who is coaching our favorite football team. Whoever it is, they're still a Niner. And that's all that matters to me. Mike Singletary is awesome, the new haters gonna hate.
Wow that was bad and very unprofessional. Glad he's not coaching on the east coast b/c he would be getting royally roasted.
Originally posted by Nes49:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by lamontb:
Just gotta win monday night

Easier said then done.

I wish we were playing the Rams or some other cup cake, all this drama and the big bad Saints are coming to town.


On a night we honor the GOAT

Yah f**k the game, Im more excited about honoring Rice.
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Those teams from the 80s-90s were the REAL 49ers, these guys now are just a bunch of losers.
Originally posted by znk916:
Originally posted by phatbutskinny:
O'Donnell: OK. Let's talk about trying to stop Drew Brees.

Singletary: We will not try to stop Drew Brees. We will stop Drew Brees. Next question.

O'Donnell: Let's talk about trying to move the ball against the New Orleans defense ...

Singletary: We will not try to move the ball against the New Orleans defense. We will move the ball and we will score.


lol we are so f**ked, don't think the saints need anymore bulletin board material than that

who gives a f**k if we give the saints bulletin board material? We shouldn't give a rats ass what the f**k the Saints think about us or what we say. We just need to go out there and beat some ass for once. I don't think we will but I also know that what sing said today means absolutely nothing on the outcome.

[ Edited by Ajanke on Sep 17, 2010 at 10:57:02 ]
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:
What a prick. For a guy who professes a Christian faith, that sure wasn't Jesus-like. But more than just being rude and defensive, he was also classless and unprofessional.

It's now clear that he's taken on more than he can chew as an NFL head coach, and I honestly don't see him around after this season unless we win the division. Anything less, and he's out.

Don't want to get on a tangent, but wasn't Jesus a person who told the truth, no matter how brutal. Sometimes that can be taken as rude. Singletary didn't lie to the reporter. He told him the truth of how he feels about the situation and wants to talk about other things. A guy can only say the same things so many times. The reporter should just check transcripts or previous interviews about this topic.

Is it good reporting to ask a question that has already been answered or is it better to ask a different question that may get the interviewee to reveal this issue? It was a dumb question because the exact question has been asked a number of times already.

Thank you Joe
i think we will win this game but after he just juiced them up with that nice little bit of s**t talk im not so sure. theyre gonna be pissed, hopefully alex and his new wristband have all the right plays and their defense doesnt kill him for what singletary said
Personally, he wasn't rude at all; he was direct and very clear. The reporter was the one who moved on from question to question.

Reporter asked how they will "try" to stop Brees. Singletary corrected him by saying they won't try, they will. The reporter could have went into more detailed questions about that if he knew a thing about football and planning but he got scared.

What do you expect, it's the Bay Area who are majority liberal and sensitive to everything in this planet.

Like Al Davis said about Californians and how East Coast personalities deal with them: We dominate em.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Personally, he wasn't rude at all; he was direct and very clear. The reporter was the one who moved on from question to question.

Reporter asked how they will "try" to stop Brees. Singletary corrected him by saying they won't try, they will. The reporter could have went into more detailed questions about that if he knew a thing about football and planning but he got scared.

What do you expect, it's the Bay Area who are majority liberal and sensitive to everything in this planet.

Like Al Davis said about Californians and how East Coast personalities deal with them: We dominate em.

His directness translates to rudeness - no matter how slice it or dice it.
Originally posted by alexsmith:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Personally, he wasn't rude at all; he was direct and very clear. The reporter was the one who moved on from question to question.

Reporter asked how they will "try" to stop Brees. Singletary corrected him by saying they won't try, they will. The reporter could have went into more detailed questions about that if he knew a thing about football and planning but he got scared.

What do you expect, it's the Bay Area who are majority liberal and sensitive to everything in this planet.

Like Al Davis said about Californians and how East Coast personalities deal with them: We dominate em.

His directness translates to rudeness - no matter how slice it or dice it.

He was rude and defensive and very unprofessional.
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
This organization is a joke. The days of yesteryear seem like a distant, fading memory.


brings a tear to my eye;;; , this team has fallen off so quckly. Sing has completely lost it.
Originally posted by alexsmith:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Personally, he wasn't rude at all; he was direct and very clear. The reporter was the one who moved on from question to question.

Reporter asked how they will "try" to stop Brees. Singletary corrected him by saying they won't try, they will. The reporter could have went into more detailed questions about that if he knew a thing about football and planning but he got scared.

What do you expect, it's the Bay Area who are majority liberal and sensitive to everything in this planet.

Like Al Davis said about Californians and how East Coast personalities deal with them: We dominate em.

His directness translates to rudeness - no matter how slice it or dice it.

Maybe to more timid people but I didn't take it as being rude at all. Being rude would be to make a comment on the individual giving the interview. We are getting on a tangent.

Either way, he answered the question with a bold statement that the reporter didn't capitalize upon. Nothing wrong with that besides putting pressure on yourself and the team.
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by alexsmith:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Personally, he wasn't rude at all; he was direct and very clear. The reporter was the one who moved on from question to question.

Reporter asked how they will "try" to stop Brees. Singletary corrected him by saying they won't try, they will. The reporter could have went into more detailed questions about that if he knew a thing about football and planning but he got scared.

What do you expect, it's the Bay Area who are majority liberal and sensitive to everything in this planet.

Like Al Davis said about Californians and how East Coast personalities deal with them: We dominate em.

His directness translates to rudeness - no matter how slice it or dice it.

He was rude and defensive and very unprofessional.

Where does it say in the handbook of coaches that if you are asked a question 1000 times, you can't answer it in a stern tone? He didn't make any personal remarks.

I guess the reporter wasn't rude for asking a question that had already been answered. But that's OK, reporters can ignore anything said by the interviewee and ask a question over and over again.
I never in a million years thought I would ever witness an NFL head coach talking about "Rats"

This Franchise is downright embarrassing.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Personally, he wasn't rude at all; he was direct and very clear. The reporter was the one who moved on from question to question.

Reporter asked how they will "try" to stop Brees. Singletary corrected him by saying they won't try, they will. The reporter could have went into more detailed questions about that if he knew a thing about football and planning but he got scared.

What do you expect, it's the Bay Area who are majority liberal and sensitive to everything in this planet.

Like Al Davis said about Californians and how East Coast personalities deal with them: We dominate em.

Bulls**t man. Sing was just bullying the guy and was irritated that the dysfunction he runs his team with has been outed to the general public. The report was just trying to do his job (and do it in a polite manner at that) and Sing just lost his s**t.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by alexsmith:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Personally, he wasn't rude at all; he was direct and very clear. The reporter was the one who moved on from question to question.

Reporter asked how they will "try" to stop Brees. Singletary corrected him by saying they won't try, they will. The reporter could have went into more detailed questions about that if he knew a thing about football and planning but he got scared.

What do you expect, it's the Bay Area who are majority liberal and sensitive to everything in this planet.

Like Al Davis said about Californians and how East Coast personalities deal with them: We dominate em.

His directness translates to rudeness - no matter how slice it or dice it.

He was rude and defensive and very unprofessional.

Where does it say in the handbook of coaches that if you are asked a question 1000 times, you can't answer it in a stern tone? He didn't make any personal remarks.

I guess the reporter wasn't rude for asking a question that had already been answered. But that's OK, reporters can ignore anything said by the interviewee and ask a question over and over again.

These coaches get paid to these interviews and it they dont want to do them they dont have to. But dont take money and then sit there and like a total douche bag.