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49ers Put San Diego Loss to Rest

Posted by Taylor Price on December 17, 2010 – 4:31 PM

The show goes on.

Even after the 49ers lost 34-7 last night, at 5-9 with two divisional games remaining, they have not yet been eliminated from playoff contention.

St. Louis and Seattle will have to lose this weekend to keep the 49ers playoff hopes alive. But there’s a possibility that both could do just that.

St. Louis hosts an 8-5 Kansas City Chiefs team that has an ailing Matt Cassel at quarterback, who is questionable to start after missing last week’s 31-0 loss to San Diego due to an emergency appendectomy surgery.

Seattle also has a home game against an 11-2 Atlanta Falcons squad looking to retain first place in the NFC South and their one game lead for home field advantage in the NFC playoffs.

It’s not over yet for the 49ers, but many players were solemn in speaking with the media last night and on Friday.

There was not much to be said a day after a crushing defeat to the Chargers. It was probably the quietest the 49ers locker room has been all season. The prideful players know they let an opportunity slip out of their reach in San Diego.

“You know what the most frustrating thing is about tonight? It’s not about having to sit back and wait for other teams to see what they do. But it’s knowing we had the opportunity to be sitting in the driver’s seat after tonight,” linebacker Takeo Spikes said postgame after recording 12 tackles with a broken right hand.

“The facts are we still have a chance and I’m very grateful. I relayed to the guys, be grateful. There are a lot of teams that don’t.

“We still have a chance and to me, that’s bigger than anything. That’s what I’m hanging my hat on. That’s my motivation.”

One day later, Mike Singletary said he’s focused solely on St. Louis, who the 49ers will play in nine days.

“As tough of a loss as it was night for us, there’s still an opportunity at hand,” the 49ers head coach said in his press briefing. “We’re to get ready for St. Louis and get ready for a tough division foe.”

The 49ers beat the Rams at home back on Nov. 14, thanks to a career day from quarterback Troy Smith.

Singletary said he’s yet to determine if he’ll make a move back to Troy, who performed well against St. Louis once prior.

“We’re looking at film and we’ll handle it down the road,” he said.

Singletary didn’t want to spend too much time wallowing over the San Diego loss. “For me the quicker we put San Diego behind us – the better,” he said.

Injury Report

The following injuries were announced by Singletary at the start of his press conference: Linebacker Travis LaBoy (knee sprain), running back Anthony Dixon (ankle sprain), safety Dashon Goldson (finger dislocated), linebacker Manny Lawson (thigh contusion), and cornerback Nate Clements (ankle).


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52 Responses to “49ers Put San Diego Loss to Rest”

  1. By Yoc seem on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    The 49’ers are going nowhere but fishing with Alex Smith at quarterback! End of discussion

  2. By Steve on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    Put it to REST? No put A. Smith to REST on a bench for the REST of the season. Then FIRE him and hire someone who will lead the team and get us a winning season!

  3. By LR 30 Row 30 Seat 6 on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    I feel bad for Justin Smith and Takeo Spikes cuz these guys are at the end of their careers and have not been in the playoffs.

    So I’m hoping the 49ers can play better and win these last two games and give these guys a chance to compete in a playoff game. THEY DESERVE IT!!!

    GO NINERS!!!!

  4. By Viliam Dugovic on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    Long time 49ers, it very suck yesterday game. I believing, it was fall play from Ted Tuner. I saw him very relaxed before game on TV. Wright away my inciting kike up, by saying something is wrong with this posture. You can hang me Wright away, if Tuner does not have inside 49ers information. How Tuner gated it, which he, Tuner, has to 49ers contact, I really do not know. But game it self is proves. Look at the scenario! What happened during game! Another w2ay to say is, by loosing yesterday Tuner has most to loose!

  5. By Lunch Box on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    Hey management.. do you read this? I’m sick of Singletary calling this team and players a “work in progress.” That’s what the pre season is for. Singletray clearly has no clue of how to manage an entire team. Fire Singletary, clean house and release Smith, Alex. McNabb will be available on Jan. 3rd… you can start there and go for a draft. For seven years as a seaon tix holder I’ve been driving 400 miles each way to see this team become a joke of the NFC West and defending my team. WAKE UP!!! Willis, and others are wasting their prime time in this poor team.

  6. By silencer49er on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    Another coaching error by singletary. In big games you always take what is given to you. He should have taken the three and none of that mess would have followed either. without gore at running back it should have been a no brainer to take the three, not only that but within the one yard line, the defense knows what you are going to do which is run the ball. As a coach one needs to understand that. Singletary should go back to coaching the defense and we need to make Gruden an offer he can’t refuse.

  7. By frank on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    troy smith should play the rest of the games. alex smith had 4 sacks let him take the rest of the year off.

  8. By scott on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    San Diego is a very good club and hot right now. The Niners, in their playoff position, needed to go into SD and win. That they got crushed, out coached and made pre-season mistakes, as they have all year, calls out for new management and most of all, new ownership. This team/organization is pathetic and unworthy of wearing the uniform of the NFL legends that preceded them. Sorry Mike,but your 85 Bears had one great year and are the most overrated team in NFL history. I know you remember how the Niners owned you in your Hall of Fame era. You should be on the lecture circuit, inspiring young people. The average NFL thug isn’t that into you. Aloha

  9. By 9er4life on Dec 17, 2010 | Reply

    Can anyone tell me what Viliam said ?

  10. By jose on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    niners defense didnt show up and offense didnt either.

  11. By Hermie on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    Play calling has simply been terrible this year. H.C. and O.C. at the very least needs to go. Even the other week when Alex played one of his good games we only had 10 first downs. Hire a tried and true H.C. and O.C. (D.C. too for that matter, but more a poor secondary than coaching (2009 proof in the pudding).

    Next we bring in McNabb and draft for a franchise QB for McNabb to “tutor” and keep Troy as an excellent back-up (if not starter…did not get a fair shot this year). Eagles are not getting rid of Vick and we don’t want Kolb! Start Nate the last two weeks to see what he can do (anticipating St. Louis or Seattle will win this weekend and mathematically eliminate the 9ers). Why do we have him on the practice squad if we will never ever see him except in pre-season. KDB you are always ragging he sould be selling insurance, might as well see if that is the case.

    O-line will be fine. We lost our best lineman and as I said before it takes 2-3yrs for most lineman to come into their prime. We were fed too much optimism this last summer and when Staley went down…

    Defensive backfield…beside coaching and QB, our most pressing issue going into the off-season (we really don’t deserve to make the playoffs (playoffs!! playoffs!!). What a joke!

    Really wish Sing. could have pulled it off, but I am losing (lost) all confidence! I am not an Alex hater, but as I have said before he cannot stand the heat and once he has to get out of the pocket he is finshed and he will never be able to take a team to the promised land. Manning is rid of the ball on almost every play in less than 3 seconds. Nuff said!

    I want to get back to those glory days!!

  12. By vincesane 49 on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    solution to the 49ers…

    GET RID OF ALEX SMITH!!!!!!

  13. By Hermie on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    CFR – wrote the blog above before seeing yours on “Game Day Blog”…looks like we are basically on the same page!!

  14. By tonyaranza on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    The only way that niners will go to their Glory is to hire Mike Holmgrem.
    He has a good vision on the QB and he can develop a QB like Joe Montana, Steve Young, Steve Bono. He is good Coach with Offensive Mentallity.
    no other coach has done it.except Walsh

  15. By Eoin from Ireland - 9er since 84 on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    We win ourt last 2 games and we all finish on 7-9 getting us to the playoffs and then a heavy loss – one and done.

    Let’s hope STL gets a W this weekend putting us out of our misery. Might as well have a high draft pick.

    WE NEED A QB.

  16. By Victor Esquerra on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    as long as both Rams and Seahawks don’t lose we are still alive for a playoff spot! just have faith, let get this last 2! Go 49ers!!!!

  17. By Billy on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    Right now the way the 49ers are looking not so gud. even though we have playoff chances i would rather jus head into the off season and rebuild. Get rid of Alex Smith, one QB that i think could have great sucess with us if he gets released, it would be Donovan McNabb. Hes might be getting old but ppl i think if he was with us we would be having a winning record instead of a losing record

  18. By Mitch_CA_SUX on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    McNabb? Lets see, our OC is horrible, we lost Gore, our O Line is a shambles and you are dumb enough to say we need a guy that is ancient, benched and costs many millions a year? God help us all… These idiots are we we have Nazi Piglosi as Spkr of the House…

    Alex Smith played ok given the circumstances. He is FINALLY becoming worthy, dont effin bail on him NOW….

  19. By Hermie on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    Don’ see Holmgren in Cleveland and has his show going on there…I think our best shot is Gruden, Cowher, Billick…Hope SD loses out and they fire Norv for an O.C….I have heard Harbaugh mentioned as H.C., but that would be another inexperienced H.C.

  20. By pete nice on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    Niner fans listen to some of the stuff you are saying! Yes we have a lot of problems on the field but it is not all the QB’s fault.Our defense sucks our WR’s can’t seem to run good routes, our O-line can’t give any QB enough time to throw.Most importantly our coching staff is pathetic!Did any of you listen to the commontaters the other night? If San Diego’s plan was to take vernon davis out of the game we had to have a mismatch somewhere on the field!We have very athletic people to create a mismatch most of the time if the right play is being called but it is not! I am tired of all of the stupid face painting fans blaming every thing on Alex Smith. Yes he is part of the problem but not all of it. Face it fans we have to rebuild again!!!THANK YOU MIKE NOLAN AND ALL OF THE PEOPLE BACK IN THAT ERA FOR MAKING SOME POOR JUDGEMENT ON SOME OF THE PERSONEL WE HAVE ON THE FIELD RIGHT NOW.EXAMPLE:ALEX SMITH OVER AARON RODGERS!!!!!

  21. By Brandy on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    I am not sure what Mike is thinking with Alex Smith. He is not cut out to be a Quarter Back in the NFL. He is a very inconsistant thrower, Non Risk taker, and slow calling out the plays. So that tells you he shouldn’t be in the NFL.

    The best quarter back we have is Troy Smith. I dont think we would be 5-9 if Singletary put Troy in the beginning of the season. We would of been on top and had our chance to go to the playoffs.

    Lets face it guys their will never be a Bill Walsh, Gorge Seaford, Joe Montanna, Steve Young,and a Jerry Rice combo again. That is what you call a team. Working together as one unit intead of 2.

  22. By eddie on Dec 18, 2010 | Reply

    Its not that hard to see that we need a qb, why is troy smith not starting……….?

  23. By Jose on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    Even though us Niner fans have had anough with Alex Smith, a real football fan would realize that he was not the problem in that game. Other than the ball that he forced on forth down he actually played well. It was the rest of the team that didn’t, or couldn’t, show up. Chargers rushign 4-5 and gettign pressure, three TD’s to one player, no 9ers receivers getting open, pedestrian play calling. If you pay attention you realize that Alex was the only one who played decent in that game.

  24. By DC9ersfan on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    I agree with pete nice” and some of the other comments posted above. We need to start from the ground up/rebuild. Funny you mention the past mistakes Pete, I have been SCREAMING for years that the organization went down hill in 1997 when we drafted Jim Drunkenmiller over Jake Plummer. In my opinion we never recovered from that. Defense is awful, especially the secondary. Alex Smith is not all of the problem, but he isn’t flourishing in the offense after 5 years of failure. Crabtree held out half of the season last year for more money but what has he done this year? I feel sorry for Willis and Gore, two OUTSTANDING players stuck on a terrible team. And I am still scratching my head about how/why Troy Smith was only given a few games to prove himself?? I can go on and on but will stop here.. SMH!!!

  25. By reggie on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    living in the boston area and being the biggest niner fan here,i have to listen to the patriot fans talk.i wish i could silence them,but when a team that has lots of talent,except at qb(alex stinks)and awful play calling it cant happen.we most definetly need an o.c.they have cost us most of our loses.i see only two weaknesses.1alex & 2the o.c. GET RID OF THEM!

  26. By David on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    We need a new head coach , QB , and CB now!

  27. By 49ersTillDeath on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    Seriously people rebuild? You can’t be serious. There were two busts since Nolan was hired and that was Alex Smith and Kentwan Balmer. Other than that we have had phenominal draft choices. Hemie I agree with you on playing Nate Davis, but only if/when we are mathmatically eliminated. I think he deserves a chance and even tho he has only played against back up defenses in pre-season he has done nothing besides perform well. Let’s see what he can do!

    I’ll say again Singletary can stay head coach as far as I’m concerned. We have extreme talent with out the bs that a T.O. brings and he puts players in check when need be. We definitely need a new O.C. And we have to run a spread offense. It is what it is.

    Hire a new O.C. Sign a free agent or trade for a QB (NOT Mcnabb), draft a corner in the first round and then draft an Outside Linebacker. Then get a WR with speed. Signing Ginn was a joke. Keep him as a kick returner if we keep him around.

  28. By 49ersTillDeath on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    I say we should hire Josh McDaniels or harbaugh as offensive coordinator. They both have great offensive minds and would probably stick around a little while. That’s just me.

  29. By 49ermarc on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    Another poor coaching equals a horrible loss! I dont care who is a shotgun, it could be vick, manning, or brady it dont matter because with this type of playcalling we are never going to see a winning season–never!

    We play too conservative. If there is time on the clock there is time too make a frikin play especially when one is never dominating– niners need to play every second everytime you coaching fools.

    I hope there is an opportunity for our players too reach the playoffs so they can get a taste–I just feel sorry that our coaching staff is hindering our ability to be something worth watching.

    Singletary, enough with this power running– it not working. Stupidity is trying something over and over and expecting different results.

  30. By start Nate Davis on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    At least let him play the last 2 games you stupid niners coaches. he is a good QB. better than anything we have. no reason not to try.

  31. By James on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    we don’t need a new H.C. we need a O.C. to work with the QB we have.If david carr isn’t good enough to play get rid of him and bring nate davis up from the practice squad a let see if he can do anything with this offence

  32. By faithful since 1948 on Dec 19, 2010 | Reply

    With both Smiths choking in the red zone, it will be a tough win anywhere. The defense has managed to hold up offenses. Forget about dr,aft picks we still have to focus on this year. Carr being fresh is our last hope how do you have faith in a q.b. that has failed the last 4 yrs who changes that. Mcnabb, has done nothing in philly, or washington, why do people think he is going to be any diffrent wearing red and gold. last hope of the season, other than that hope the owner makes drastic changes for next year.

  33. By joe on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    THis team is unwatchable and god awful boring. I had season tickets for 50 years and dropped them this year because they are going nowhere. Singletary has no clue and if York keeps him neither does he. Singletary’s approach to the media reminds me of the end of the Nixon presidency when he walled himself in against the world. Alex Smith may be a good backup somewhere but needs a fresh start. HIRE A FOOTBALL PERSON TO HANDLE THE TEAM AND A NEW COACH.

  34. By Josh on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    we wouldnt be in this position in the first place if:
    1. clements didnt fumble against the falcons
    2. we didnt play like complete crap against the seahawks in week 1
    3. against the saints, we didnt cause that saftey which than led to a touchdown (which gave the 9 points!!!!)..instead of loosing by 3 in the final seconds of a FG

    we should have won those 3 games, and that would have changed our whole season…..our secondary is terrible, and our o-line sucks

    but it is what it is and i cant believe im seeing people saying “i hope we loose to put us out of our misery”….i dont care if its the terrible nfc west…i still want to go to playoffs…if you were a fan, you wouldnt care HOW we made it to the playoffs, as long as we made it

  35. By Ryan on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    “Next we bring in McNabb” by Hermie

    Are you nuts?? McNabb is the best “losing” quarterback ever. We do not need someone like him teaching anyone in our organization. Plus, he is on the downslope (quickly). Heck, he is the third stringer on a losing team (and yes, Shanahan gets the benefit of the doubt considering he has done more in his career than McNabb ever did or ever will).

  36. By Denny Crane on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    What a crock Jed York is the one that needs to go first. Just because his relatives can buy a football team doesn’t mean he can run it. How did he get his experience at managing a football team? It certainly wasn’t from osmosis as he sat on the bench while his uncle Eddie D. had the team rocking.

    He did that by hiring people who knew how to run the team while he sat back and let them do their jobs. Jed York needs to take some lessons from his uncle and get some folks on the sidelines and as a GM to run the team. Then he needs to step down and let the pros do take it from there.

    I’m tired of saying “maybe next year”!!!!!

  37. By faithful since 1948 on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    To all the complainers switch teams like everybody else does. Forget about next year we got another chance this season, lets focus on now not tomorrow. To all the real fans, we will get our dynasty back, and as you guys might also know have records that will never be touched.

    Red & Gold never fold.

  38. By Brandy on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    The problem started with getting rid of Shawn Hill. What Singletary should have done was get rid of Alex and not Shawn. You wanted a winner well Shawn was. So he fumbled the ball at the inch mark tords the End Zone.

    He also fumbled the ball with not pulling Alex Smith after that horrible loss against the Seahawks (First week) Their is no excuse for loosing like that. He should of put Troy Smith in the Second week. I don’t think we would be 5-9 if he put that guy in. I started to see the team acting like a team when Troy was put in. Yes, we lost 2 with him but we gained 3 wins with the guy. Singletary needs to ask himself this, Do I want to risk losing my Job with Alex smith or keep my job with Troy Smith.

    Now about Jed, well lets face it he is a little cocking Brat. He thinks he knows everything well guess what he has no sence of what an owner is suppost to do. I mean 5 coaches in the last 6 years! You cant build a team when you keep firing people. The players aren’t going to respect an owner if he keeps firing. You lose money that way. well Guess what he is now. Eddie D, can you do all us a favor and put your boot up his butt!! LOL

  39. By superboo49 on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    not alex,s fault go niners
    go Alex

  40. By OldSchoolFan on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    There are lots of problems to address, but we can’t address all of them before the next game. One major problem we can address that is KEY is getting our swagger back in the locker room and on the field. A confident 49ers can AND WILL play with anyone and can AND WILL win. We need a leader both on and off the field and Troy Smith gives us that ingredient. He won the Heisman in a landslide, which, when you strip everything else away, means that he is a leader and that he is a winner. He also can run. Why haven’t we given him some freedom to run the ball and establish himself as a dual threat quarterback, ala Michael Vick. We definitely need another weapon to keep the defense quessing.

    Add a few more plays to Troy’s growing playbook in the next 9 days and spread the offense out. We have to become unpredictable, not predictable. Quick strike, deep threat plays, as well as marching down the field eight yards at a time. Sustained drives can help our defense stay rested up so they can play like wld dogs and bring the HAMMER when they are on the field!

    If the OC won’t produce and would prefer to defend his play calling and blame others, then fire him. He has demonstrated an inability to adjust to the dynamics of the game. Abandon the ‘I give up’ approach, and call plays to march down the field and score (in whatever time we got; 3 minutes. 1 minute, 30 seconds).

    It starts with attitude folks; an air of confidence; a swagger.

    Come on 49ers! Man up! Win Big!

  41. By Edwin on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    I was at the game in San Diego…. wasn’t pretty, What a miserable game that was. Are they going to try Nate Davis? Or why not use two QB’s , keep them guessing. I kinda hope the niners get a L this coming weekend so we can possibly get Peyton Manning, thats if the Colts choke. Ugh I just miss my niners being a power in the NFL. Do you know how humiliating it was 2 wear my Qualcomm niner gear on Thursday at…. ugh Come on niners!

  42. By superboo49 on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    troy sucks stick with alex

  43. By Brandy on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    Superboo let me give you a little bit of a clue (1-7 Alex Smith) (3-5 Troy Smith) I think I would go with a consistant thrower. Granted Troy did have a couple loses but what Qaurterback hasn’t. Their is no excuse for Alex Smith though. Yes Alex won the Seahawks. But who cares, it doesn’t make up the loses he has with us.

    Edwin I hear you dude. I am telling you this, if this continues well the Organization will go up in flames. Bottom Line.

    I rethinking about Micheal Vick. I know he has a past behind him but he can walk over Alex Smith. The other problem I see is with cockieness with the team. As Singletary said, You can celebrate but we have 4 more Quarters real close. Well I think they weren’t thinking and blew the game.

    Earth to Singletary You want to last one more year with the Red and Gold Bench Alex and Put Troy back in so he can salvage what we have left. Both Seahawks, Cardinals, Rams Lost. We may not have a run to the playoffs but we may win the west. Listen to the fans Singletary as well. If they start booing put Troy in.

  44. By ericssonhgi on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    this 49er team has the talent to win but cant seem to do it….obviously their is something wrong….i love singletery but love dont win games….lets get rid of him get a new coach…someone with experience at making wise decisions. why not give nate davis a chance….i think we have a QB but we dont use him…we need to start putting players and COACHES…MANAGEMENT accountable…… whether we win or lose i will stick with my 49ers…but please make the needed changes……

  45. By jamato on Dec 20, 2010 | Reply

    First of all its pathetic that the 49ers still have a chance to make the playoffs every week im about ready to give up hope on the season the rest of the division loses too. Secondly if the 49ers were to fire more coaches and get new players at the end of the year such as draft a quarterback im afraid it may take them another 8 years to get back in to the .500 record position they have been in the last few years and as a lifetime 49ers fan i agree with the booing at home games because we are getting tired of all the changes. the only thing thats consistent is losing

  46. By JR Baca from New Mexico on Dec 21, 2010 | Reply

    We are at the end let’s stay with what we have. let’s win the last 2 games in hope of making the playoffs. New Mexico 49er Nation is with you 100%. You can do it, you have the heart & drive to win. Let’s go all the way. 49ers for life! God speed. Go 9ers…….

  47. By ben on Dec 21, 2010 | Reply

    most of the team is a joke.the sorry excuse we have for a secondary makes me and anyone else who has seen them sick to their stomachs, i hope spencer and clements recieve career ending injuries we dont need them,and does any 49ers safety know what the heck a safetys job is?singletary is a terrible coach as is the rest off the staff.when u cant tackle,cant catch,cant block,and get burned by the same plays over and over again that is terrible coaching plain and simple,hell give me a tryout i promise to get burned on every play and disgrace the red and gold just like most the players now and i come cheap

  48. By David lopez on Dec 21, 2010 | Reply

    GO NINERS

  49. By David lopez on Dec 21, 2010 | Reply

    I hope gruden is out there and willing to take on this challenge .I f he did it with the bucs and almost with the raiders(poo butt raiders)W ith the amount of talent we have and the coming off season he might be the one to get us back to the playoffs and eventually a super bowl

  50. By JR Baca from New Mexico on Dec 22, 2010 | Reply

    All you guys have to do is stop complaining and crying so much about how bad our team is and start supporting our team. All of you complainers need to go find a team with a winning record to join and leave our 49er team alone. we don’t need a bunch of cry baby fans, we need true 9er fans that will support this team. And their are a lot of 49er faithful’s. we need to band toghter and support our team, not put it down. If you can’t say anything good about our awesome team, don’t say it at all. Our team will win the rest of the games. who ever they choose Alex or Troy, it does not matter. we will win. I thank all the 49er fans that have supported our team through out the season. Go SF 49ers, let’s do it, New Mexico 9er Nation Supports you 110%…….

  51. By 57NINER on Dec 22, 2010 | Reply

    TRUE DAT JR. YOU GOTTA LEAVE THE DANCE WITH THE ONE WHO DRUNG YA.
    As odd (I don’t think its the anti christ but) as it may seem; dem da rules. nfc west
    seems to be the weak division. all four teams. so what do ya want to do?
    continue to hope for a loss? or hope that the SAN FRANCISCO 49ers DON’T WIN
    THE DIVISION AND HOST A PLAYOFF GAME. I’ve been one of their biggest
    critics; but in the end you leave the dance with the one who brought you. THIS
    COULD MAKE FOR A MOST INTERESTING SCENARIO: “Dead and buried for almost half of the season the san francisco 49 er’s miraculously play over their
    heads and go deep into the post season. illionsional maybe (but not delusional)
    and the cups half full not half empty. SOOOOOO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO NINERS

  52. By Viliam Dugovic on Dec 31, 2010 | Reply

    Well ,i rely do not know ,what is going in mind of York’s .But it is very strange decision what make look 49ers player very week.I guarantee to you,that 49ers will be have very difficult time to sign anybody.If you will be have ability to play,you will be go insecure situation,that 49ers having?If you hoping for good couch for 49ers,you dreaming ! 49ers in present time are not good place to be !
    York’ begging for help anybody in NFL for years,what happening to there advices!
    There is no way,that situation with 49ers will be different next decade.I say decade,because York do not wonted to learn, or have ability to learn.

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