San Francisco 49ers: So Bad They Have Driven Me To Think

October 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It’s always dangerous, or at least asinine, to suggest that anyone learns anything during a football game.
After all, diversions such as these were created so people could shut their brains off and forget their troubles and concerns for a few hours. In general thinking and football don’t mix, and the voluminous consumption of beer at the games, and the price paid for them, suggests that most spectators of the game are actively waging war against their own brain cells.
Even for those inside the game, the people whose livelihoods are determined by the scoreboard, thinking is greatly discouraged.
San Francisco 49ers Defensive Coordinator Greg Manusky, for example, told reporters yesterday that he’s always hesitant to give his linebackers too much information during a game.
“I don’t want them thinking,” Manusky declared. “Shoot, you don’t want to think out there, you just want to tackle the guy with the ball.”

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