49ers Think Condi Rice Can Solve Their Problems

Remember when the 49ers were the NFL’s model franchise? They were run well, coached well, and just exuded confidence at all levels. Yeah, that isn’t so much the case now, so the team is considering doing what anyone would think is the logical move to get back on track — hiring a member of the Bush administration.

Condoleezza Rice

(”We gotta trade Frank Gore. I don’t like that movie he did about global warming.”)

Adam Schefter of the NFL NETWORK says that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is being considered for a high-level position with the organization after she’s done with her current job in January. I’m sure the residents of San Francisco are just thrilled with the prospects of this happening.

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Speed Read: Is This Good Enough, Boston Fans?

Cheer up, Boston sports fans. Sure, the Red Sox might have brought you to the brink of exaltation only to send you crashing to the ground like to some junkie with a packet of methadone, but at least the Patriots have kept your hopes adrift for another week with their 41-7 win over the Denver Broncos on Monday night.

Randy Moss

Sure, this might have been a performance against the same team that lost to the putrid Kansas City Chiefs, but it’s something to be proud of, right?  Rodney Harrison might have blown his knee out, a crippling blow to a depleted Patriots secondary, but come on…: did you see Matt Cassel? He’s the second coming of Tom Brady, the wa y he hooked up with Randy Moss. Right? Right???

New 49ers Coach Mike Singletary

New England fans, I’ll let you slepp on your false sense of security for now. At least ou aren’t 49ers fans, who have seen their team go from playoff contenders to also-rans in the course of a few short weeks. Which means that head coach Mike Nolan is gone, replaced by Mike Singletary, who will at least kill his team with his eyes. The eyes, the eyes, oh Lord the eyes!

Here’s what else happened last night while you were out raging against the machine with Tim McGraw:

Gina Carano

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