Donovan McNabb and The San Francisco 49ers: 5 Reasons Why It Could Work

December 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Mike Singletary's pants-dropping, quarterback-feuding, wins-lacking tenure with the San Francisco 49ers unsurprisingly came to a deserved halt on Sunday night when CEO Jed York pulled the plug on the anointed savior turned Bay Area whipping boy.
Few were surprised when Singletary's oft-bizzarre run came to an end. In fact, both the local media and the perennially frustrated 49er fans were clamoring for his dismissal before the 49ers' fleeting playoff hopes officially came to an end.
Singletary will probably make a fine defensive coordinator someday, and who knows, maybe once he realizes that trying to engulf quarterbacks with his eyes isn't a sound offensive philosophy, could wind up the top dog again.
But ridding themselves of Singletary was only the first step toward the 49ers' fix. Clearly, their problems in 2010 revolved around the offensive side of the ball. Their defense underachieved at times, but much of that could be attributed to a bumbling offensive unit that ...

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