Mr Cable, If you didn't already know, this is the biggest game of you career. The odds are staked against you, and your team needs your leadership now, more than ever.
Your preparation for this game should be similar to Jeff Fisher's team going into Dallas last weekend, tighten up on defense and create turnovers and pressure. Keeping penalty's down is a great priority in this game. This should be the last thing you tell the team before you step onto the field.
Score first. This is what Tennessee did in Dallas,and set the tempo leading 10-3 after the first Quarter. Take advantage of Mike Singletary's aggressive nature. They will over-persue, and put 8 or 9 in the box. Quick throws to Zack Miller, or Screens to McFadden will help. Watch tape of how other teams have handled SF's blitz packages.
Get DHB the dam ball. This is why you drafted him, and the time is now for him to produce.
Be vocal in this game. Work the ref's to get holding calls, and pass interference calls.
You are on stage in front of the camera's so make it look good, be animated, wave your hands in the air and throw your headset or clipboard down. Let the TV audience know your getting a bad deal. Let your players know the Ref's are gonna be on them constantly.
Let you coaches know that this game will (or could) greatly impact their careers as well.
Lastly Mr Cable, good luck! This game will stand out in your life, how you handled it will be the thing you remember the most.