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    My only fear is that this opens the door for Singletary? Am I wrong?

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    My guess is he will hire either Singletary or he will get an expert in the docile T2 scheme so we can continue to give up 400 yard passing games to the rest of the division.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConnecticutViking View Post
    My only fear is that this opens the door for Singletary? Am I wrong?
    Since Singletary already has that job, its a pretty good guess that he'll be moving up to be the next DC. Great.

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    why dont u guys like singletary?

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    I like Singletary! We desperately need a guy that will give our players a kick in the ass when they change plays on the field or blow coverage. He is definitely that guy. And we know that it's not going to be Leslie. He is too easy on them. A disciplinarian might be just what this team needs. And as long as its not the head coach, we won't have a Childress situation. Frazier and Singletary would be a nice defensive 1-2 punch for us. We'd be crazy to think we could get a guy like Spagnuolo or Nolan with teams like the Saints and Falcons bidding against us for them.
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    Sorry Rick! Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MulletMullitia View Post
    I like Singletary! We desperately need a guy that will give our players a kick in the ass when they change plays on the field or blow coverage. He is definitely that guy. And we know that it's not going to be Leslie. He is too easy on them. A disciplinarian might be just what this team needs. And as long as its not the head coach, we won't have a Childress situation. Frazier and Singletary would be a nice defensive 1-2 punch for us. We'd be crazy to think we could get a guy like Spagnuolo or Nolan with teams like the Saints and Falcons bidding against us for them.
    You may want to read this first.

    Concerns about Mike Singletary's preparation 'raised red flags' | National Football Post


    Tom Pelissero of ESPN 1500 provides an eye-opening look at the situation as part of a bigger evaluation of the franchise’s position at the end of a 3-13 season. Per Pelissero’s report, concerns about Singletary’s “preparation has raised red flags.” Singletary has designated assistant Jeff Imamura to run position meetings, missed meetings the night before a game at Detroit to attend a wedding and “has occupied himself much of the season with side projects instead of the next opponent.”
    Why must you defend everything this FO does....to the point of making your self look like a yes man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshallvike View Post
    There were similar reports when he was in SF. That the coordinators did all the work. He THINKS all there is to coaching is yelling at the players and getting them fired up. He knows nothing about the X's and O's and has a tough time not understanding that not every single player is going to be as good as Mike Singletary. So he just starts yelling.

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    Yea I had already read that article. ON top of that, for me at least I remember seeing one of the sideline babes ask a 9ers player what was the difference from last year to this. His response was the difference is between being told how bad you suck all the time to being told how good you can be. Not his exact words. If that's true I'm not sure we need him around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midgensa View Post
    There were similar reports when he was in SF. That the coordinators did all the work. He THINKS all there is to coaching is yelling at the players and getting them fired up. He knows nothing about the X's and O's and has a tough time not understanding that not every single player is going to be as good as Mike Singletary. So he just starts yelling.
    A hall of fame top 50 player in NFL history doesn't know the X's and O's? LOL. That's hilarious.

    Sorry Rick! Keep up the good work.

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