If you know San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary at all, you know that he's big on faith and bigger on trust. When plenty of critics said that he wasn't seasoned enough as an assistant coach to take on a head coaching gig, even in an interim capacity, Singletary had the faith in himself to accept the job and trust in the 49ers organization to believe that they'd give him a fair shot to keep it beyond the 2008 season. While suffering through a blowout loss at home to Seattle in his coaching debut, Singletary had enough faith in his convictions to banish defiant tight end Vernon Davis to the showers and the trust in his methods to know that he'd win over the locker room quickly, despite the rough start. Even though most "experts" and pigskin pundits believe that his team doesn't ha ...
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