Mike Singletary May Have Coached His First Game Sunday, But He Sure Does Make A Nice Impression In San Fran
So how did he do on Day 1? While the score may have been dreadful (the 49ers lost to the equally sad Seahawks 34-13), Mike Singletary sure did make an impression that fans and players alike have a lot to be excited for. Not only did he throw out the most talented player on the team, Vernon Davis, (who apparently thinks he still didn't do anything wrong) after an unnecessary roughness penalty and to compound that with a nonchalant/uncaring attitude on the bench, Singletary also had a post-game press conference that Jim Mora would be proud of.
While this is Mike's first head coaching experience, he has been an assistant for the past 4 years in Baltimore as well as San Francisco. Put that experience with the 12 year career and the known defensive leader of the 80's Chicago Bears defense; Mike Singletary looks to have all the parts needed to be a great NFL head coach...
...Now only if he had actual players to coach.