49ers Playoff Hopes Gone

Say goodbye to the 49ers playoff hopes and hello to the off-season.  Technically the 49ers still have a chance and the last four games are must wins, especially on Monday night against the Cardinals.  However with the numerous ways the 49ers lost to the Seahawks on Sunday, their inability to win games on the road and the 49ers STILL unable to close out games for the win why should this team still be considered a playoff team? They are not and everyone not on the 49ers roster or apart of the organization believes that including me.  We were given hope by Mike Singletary at the beginning of the year that this would be a playoff team because of the run/smash mouth football the 49ers offense would run.  Now with a new identity as a pass first team the Niners need to take what they learned this season and with emerging offensive weapons in Alex Smith, Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis put in place the tools needed to win the division next year.

Topics: 49ers, 49ers 2009 Season, 49ers Offensive Coordinator, 49ers Quarterback, Alex Smith, Frank Gore, Jimmy Raye, Michael Crabtree, Mike Singletary, San Francisco 49ers, Vernon Davis

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