Singletary Talks One Game, Plays Another

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So it’s settled, then. Jimmy Raye did this to the 49ers.
Pathetic. Also, predictable. And most of all, spectacularly impulsive.
This is Mike Singletary’s legacy -- believe with all his heart about something, and then swing wildly in an 180-degree pivot when his first instinct proves wrong. Tuesday morning, the offense ran well against New Orleans. Sunday evening, the offense was a shambles. Time to blow something up.
In short, Raye is a scapegoat, and nothing more. Perhaps a well-deserving scapegoat given the results, but a thoroughly scaped goat nonetheless.

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