Singletary Experiment Crippled The Niners, Now Jed York Could Use a Cure

December 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Monday, he arrived in front of the press with a helpless look on his face, unsure how to amend from the downcast era of woeful collapses in a year the San Francisco 49ers were forecasted to win its attenuated division.
There he was, Jed York, the president of the Niners, an undisciplined and defenseless executive who sadly doesn't have the knowledge or motivation for running a storied franchise. For all the flaws in the past, he stood in a news conference speechless and uncertain of his next direction to cure inefficiencies that have dismantled the beauty of football in the Bay Area.
In order to restore buoyancy, he vividly had no choice and decided finally to salvage reliance, something that was almost lost, but then he realized that he had to fire Mike Singletary, after he wasn't an inspirational or experienced voice for the daunted Niners. When Eddie DeBartolo, 64, owned...

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