Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by truekingcarlos:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:Finally someone sane speaks up. I don't understand how the "true" fans don't understand long term success for us means getting rid of Sing.
It is pretty funny to hear all the deranged rants by the "true fans", the "real fans". The bottom line is the faster we get rid of Singletary, the better chance of success in the future.
I guess the "real fans" enjoy our mediocrity. I don't. Lose out, get rid of Singletary sooner rather than later, and let's build a winner with someone who knows what they are doing.
because the "true fans" and the "real fans" are smart enough to figure out that Singeltary is gone this season no matter what(unless we win the superbowl at which at that point would mean that Singletary isn't as bad as we thought). What the "true fans" and the "real fans" can't understand is how you actually call yourself a fan when you are rooting for the team to lose? Isn't that the exact opposite of being a fan? I'm not a fan of the Cowboys and guess what, I root for them to lose. I am not a fan of the Packers, Jets, Raiders, and a lot of other teams. Guess what I root for those teams to lose every single week.
a fan of the San Fransisco 49ers and I have been since the day I was born. Guess what? I ROOT FOR THEM TO WIN EVERY SINGLE f**kING WEEK!!!!!! NO MATTER WHO THE COACH IS, WHO THE QB IS, NO MATTER WHO THE GOD DAMN WATER BOY IS. This team does not need "FANS" that are rooting against them. So if this is your definition of being a fan, please do the rest of us a favor by leaving the forum and finding another team to be a "FAN" of. Preferably the Cowboys, Packers, Jets or any other team I do not like because personally I feel they could use as many people rooting for them to lose as possible. [/b]
Until Singletary is officially gone, he is not. And, the only way to push the team so far that it has zero option of retaining him is complete and utter failure.
When the team decides to fire him, and move in a new direction, then the team has hope. Until then, I hope it gets so ugly that a Nolan-like survival run (win 4 of the last 6) is not going to happen.
Lose, lose ugly, lose often, lose in humiliating fashion....then we can begin to win, win big, win often, win in glorious fashion. Not a complicated equation.
I guess some people enjoy our mediocrity. I don't. This franchise has been embarrassed enough with Pants-Gate, the quitting of three players, the banning of a TV reporter, the flip-flop of Singletary's statement/decision on Raye, Singletary's flip/flop on his statements on Alex Smith, Singletary's poor on-field decision making, the regression of the defense, the insistance to put players on the field who are not ready, then pull them, shocked they didn't perform at a high level (Mays), while keeping others on the field who have no business (Rachal). And, I am probably leaving off a host of other things that have been a colossal disaster in 2010.
Aren't you embarrassed enough by this coach? Don't you want it to be so bad the team fires him today, rather than hope he gets fired down the road? I do. End this pathetic game, fire this guy, and move on. Until then, tank in glorious, humiliating fashion.
Those are all good reasons Sing is gone after this year no matter what. I don't think jed will make that blunder twice.
The tidal wave of emotions on the board dictate the response on this particular thread. Once the Niners are destroyed on Sunday at GB, there will only be a small handful of "fans" who will continue to have warm feeling about the team and the future in 2010, and continue to cheer for the team, despite knowing this only enables Singletary to make a case to keep his job.
A little over a week ago, I predicted the Niners would lose to the Bucs, and the board would temporarily abandon this season, giving up all hope, and cheering for Singletary to fail so badly that management would have to fire him. I then predicted that the Niners would beat the lowly Cards, and these same "fans" would go back to the delusional idea that this season is salvageable. It is not. This season is a colossal failure, and it all falls on the feet of Singletary.
For those who state that they would never cheer for their team to lose, because they are the true "fans", they are liars, and hypocrits.
If the team was in a scenario this season where a loss in the last game of the year would ensure Andrew Luck in the draft, and a win would end that scenario, they would reluctantly cheer for the opposition. Why? Because they see the picture long-term. How much more of an impact would a coach that is a proven winner have on this team?
The bottom line is that losing means winning, and winning means losing if it keeps Singletary in contention to keep the job. I chose short-term colossal failure for the guarantee of a new beginning, with a better prospect of winning.