Originally posted by Whomeam:
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
Yep. What happens if we go to kick it and it's a bad snap, Andy Lee tries to throw it and gets injured? Sound familiar VDSF? Injuries can happen on literally any play. akers could have slipped on wet grass and broken his leg somehow. Player could have been injured by a blindside hit on the kickoff. Cornerback could have been injured trying to defend a player. s**t happens. It was a simple play designed to get the first down and a player got hurt. It happens.
Originally posted by VDSF:
so what if we kick the field goal and something happens to someone on our defense the next possession? It was an unfortunate accident but stuff like that happens in football. Morgan was in because Edwards is out and Crabtree is still nursing his foot. Ginn is our kick returner so it was Morgans and Williams in the game at that point. Harbaugh did the right thing going for the first down. Our defense just played lights out the whole game, they deserved to not have to go back out on the field with 4 minutes left.
Wow really? 75% say no? on this?!?!?!
This is where you play it safe to prevent any injuries, So why rest Alex Smith and put in Kap?
I am really disappointed in this, a FG is what SHOULD of happened and instead cost us Josh...
Can't play these hindsight 20/20 games. A run could of resulted in an injured O-lineman and having to rely on Rachal again
. What if the defense goes out there and RJF gets rolled up on... its a fluke injury and happened to one of the few starters we can afford to lose.
This is JH's first year, he is establishing a mentality and culture with this team of never letting up and every player on the roster should be prepared to step in and go. It's a 16+ game season, as GB proved last year.... the best 22 players dont win the superbowl, the best 53 do.