When 49ers head coach Mike Singletary took over as interim head coach midway through last season, he wasted no time getting the 49ers faithful on his side. In just his first game, he switched from an awful quarterback in J.T. O'Sullivan to fan-favorite Shaun Hill, whipped Vernon Davis into shape, and gave a powerful postgame press conference. The demeanor, intensity, and winning attitude of the Hall-of-Fame linebacker-turned-head coach was a drastic difference from the regime led by Mike Nolan, who seemed to have zero ability to create chemistry among his players. Under Singletary, the 49ers finished last season 5-4, including 5-2 in their final seven games, and overall could have finished even betterùas games in Arizona and Miami were very winnable games. Going into this season, expectat ...
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