Oooppps! The 49ers discover they side with bullies after all.
When several San Francisco players found out they had helped those who want to come out, they hid their heads in the sand like an ostrich.
Yes, tough guys Isaac Sopoaga and Ahmad Brooks denied making a video against gay violence until shown it. They had no memory of doing it.
The San Francisco organization may be only slightly embarrassed in a town where people often lose their heart. We'd theorize that 49ers Sopoaga and Brooks were brainwashed, but you need a brain for that.
Coming after the blatant hostility toward gay people by another 49er Chris Culliver, we are considering the Ravens as downright liberal with their players saying they have no problems with gay players.
We suppose it means Kwame Harris, an openly gay retired 49er, should have played his career in Baltimore.
None of this relates to the Super Bowl and the game between he-men against the Neanderthals-or does it?
We like the idea that football players make public service videos when told to do so-but may not be aware of what they represent if their handlers do not tell them in the most outright and simple terms.
The ad in question from "It Gets Better," an LGBT youth organization dumped the lukewarm support from the 49ers from their website.
We wonder what kind of reception the team will receive when its victory parade goes down gay-friendly Castro Street in San Francisco.