The 49ers are 0-4 for the first time in God knows how long. The 49ers had the game won yesterday despite Alex Smith’s two interceptions, thanks to Nate Clements forgetting to do his best stop, drop and roll. Here is a quick look around Ninerland the morning after.
Singletary’s job safe for now In a week in which his offensive coordinator was fired, San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary’s job is safe for now, according to team and league sources. – [Adam Schefter]
The 49ers are getting beat mentally, not physically. The Chiefs might have beaten them on both fronts, but the mental aspect has certainly come into play during close defeats to New Orleans and Atlanta. – [Mercury News]
Roddy White felt confident he could force another fumble because, in his words, the 49ers did not know better. – [Mercury News]
Taylor Mays played every snap against the Falcons even though Reggie Smith appeared to be ahead of Mays on the depth chart following Michael Lewis’ abrupt departure from the team. – [Matt Maiocco]
The 49ers scored a touchdown on their opening drive for the first time since Mike Martz was coordinator. – [Matt Maiocco]
Singletary says he never thought about switching quarterbacks. – [Matt Barrows]
Smith graded himself more harshly than Singletary graded the quarterback. – [Eric Branch]