Singletary's Singular Vision Of "Show Me" Is Working

Glenn Franco SimmonsAnalyst ISeptember 27, 2009

GLENDALE, AZ - SEPTEMBER 13:  Head coach  Mike Singletary of the San Francisco 49ers calls to players during the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the Universtity of Phoenix Stadium on September 13, 2009 in Glendale, Arizona.  The 49ers defeated the Cardinals 20-16.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Today, after suffering more than I would have suffered had my wisdom teeth been pulled out by pliers without the benefit of pain relief by a blind dentist, I nearly had a cardiac when I heard the whimpering of pathetic-sounding 49ers fans.

They were on the radio telling the world who should have played this position, who shouldn't have played that position, questioning timeouts, play-calling, etc.

I have this to say to them:

Woulda.

Coulda.

Shoulda.

Oh, one other thing: It's a team sport.

You win and lose as a team, coaches, fans, players, cheerleaders, and crybaby fans and all.

As Coach Mike Singletary says, there are positives and negatives on every play.

I choose to focus on the positive that I saw displayed by a young, energetic, never-say-die 49ers team today.

I'll take a hard-earned loss and the plentiful positives.

As for the negatives?

Well, if I had all the answers, I'd be the coach, now wouldn't I?

So, whiney Niner fans, please chill.

We're in first place.