Originally posted by Psinex:
Originally posted by boomer49er:
I could see Ginn not being back next year if they believe Williams can tak over the return duties without any drop off, and today that's what it looked like.
People will say that until Kyle Williams loses a few fumbles. Ball security...to me it's a lot more important for a returner who doesn't fumble the ball. There's already been a few close calls in two games. God forbid, we're in a close playoff game and someone other than Ginn coughs it up deep in our own territory. I'm not saying Ginn is perfect, but he's the most dependable, experienced and sound returner that we have. If the game is on the line, I want Ginn back there.
I just wanted to bump this post, because this exact scenario I described a month ago did us in today. Ball security...the Giants' returners went down before the defenders even got close to them. Kyle Williams...what more needs to be said about him?
Here are some of the best (and worst) comments from this thread:
: "Enter the Ted Ginn Jr apologists......."
: "I think he (Kyle Williams) is a better PR then Ginn. Every time he gets a chance, he has a breakout game, then follows it with an injury. It's insane the way his career has been."
: "I could see Ginn not being back next year if they believe Williams can tak over the return duties without any drop off, and today that's what it looked like."
Dec 26, 2011 at 02:15:55 #31
LOL. What?.... Ginn is probably the best and most dynamic return man we have had in 20 - 30 years. Before him for a string of about a decade we had a bunch of chumps who couldn't even catch the punt or kickoff. Like fumble and give the other team first and goal at the 5 yard line...