Singletary sees plenty of beauty in victory The 49ers managed just 203 yards of total offense and gained just 21 yards on 25 rushes. But that doesn’t matter to coach Mike Singletary.
Coach Mike Singletary said he wanted to choke his quarterback. Instead, he decided to bench him.
Vernon Davis wondered why he was not on the field for the final crucial play today in the 49ers’ 14-9 loss to the Dolphins.
The 49ers today lined up against a good team from the AFC — the team that entered the day leading the East division, no less — and thoroughly dominated.
My game story from the 49ers’ 10-3 victory over the Bills is already up on the PD site. the notebook leads off with Nate Clements’ good day against his former ‘mates. And here are my quickie grades from the game. * * * The conditions were extreme today in Orchard Park, N.Y. In the second […]
The 49ers led 6-0 at the end of one quarter. But — at that point — when the 49ers settled for two field goals, it was over. There was no way the Cowboys were going to lose this one.
A word of caution: We don’t really know what today’s game meant, other than it was a victory and we haven’t seen one of those from the 49ers in quite a while. Well, we also know that the 49ers beat a very, very bad football team today at Candlestick Park.
Here’s what 49ers interim coach Mike Singletary had to say during the Q&A after the 49ers’ 29-24 loss to the Cardinals in Glendale, Ariz.:
The 49ers absolutely blew this game tonight. They had control of the game throughout, and then mismanaged the final critical seconds of the game – an excruciating 29-24 loss to the NFC West-leading Cardinals.
The 49ers were getting their behinds spanked through 30 minutes of play on Sunday against the Seahawks.
Interim coach Mike Singletary had an eventual first game as interim head coach in the 49ers’ 34-13 loss to the Seahawks at Candlestick.