This is post number 800 for NorthNiner.
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by prometheus: For all his gaffes and bumbles and idiotic screwups, Singletary views himself as a big thinker and a problem solver. It's what I do says he. I know Sings problem, he was not born a termite.
Singletary is doing the best he can with the VERY limited background he has. He is very driven and will be a good HC someday, IMO, but he was elevated to the position LONG before he was ready.
He needs to go back to being an assistant DC on an established team and learn his craft. Jed did him no favors by his premature appointment.
Jed did HIM no favors? Jed screwed the whole franchise hiring a guy who won meaningless games and never even interviewed potential GOOD head coaches.
Originally posted by DesiDez: "Alex will be good if....."
I want to hear instead:
"Alex is good despite...." just like "Patrick Willis is good despite...." or "Frank Gore is good despite...."
I also don't want to hear that
"Alex should be resigned as a backup for the 49ers."
When you have garbage in the house, you throw it away. Alex is garbage....For those who comprehend basic logic, you should be able to determine my conclusion.
Sorry, your logic fails, Patrick Willis is good but our defense still suck. Frank is a good running back but or offense still sucks. We can give the ball to Frank on every down but as we've seen, the defense can scheme for that and shut Frank down. Does that mean Frank is garbage? I'd say no, it means our coaching staff isn't using Frank or any of our O weapons to our advantage. By the way, Alex is average not garbage and this is a team sport.
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