Originally posted by DaveTheShocker:
Originally posted by MILFS:
Yes, our horrendous 3rd down conversion rate played a factor BUT Kyle Williams cost us the game. It's the f**king truth. How can you deny that?
Did the rest of the offense muffle the punt TWICE? Did Harbaugh or Roman muffle the punt TWICE? It was KW. He is responsible for the loss.
Yeah, I know this. It was a direct contribution to the loss. But how about the progressive trash play from the most important player (in theory) on the field?
And this is where most 49er fans turn into little sensitive, soap opera snatches because they would rather not argue than accept the truth and look at facts. Our QB was 12-26 today. The offense is a direct reflection of your QB, especially the 3rd down %, and ours was trash tonight and has been through out the season. Im not denying Kyle cost the game, Im simply enlightening you to the fact that this may be good for us. Alex is not the answer, and a win today, though I was rooting hard as hell for one, only masks that.If Alex made throws during the course of the game that would keep the chains moving, we wouldnt have been in the situation in the first place. Please stop settling for mediocrity. Our Qb play has been so poor in recent years that we get AVERAGE production from Alex, and everyone gets their hopes up. Open your eyes!!!!
Peyton Manning could be a free agent this year, and AZ has already stated they will pursue him. The more we THINK we have our guy at QB, the worse off we are.
And I understand how this board works. you guys run around in your little E-gangs and ignore all logic. Very few listen when something of note is being said and goes against the general consensus here.
You proved my point bro. You can sugarcoat it all you want but the fact is, as you have stated, Kyle Williams is responsible for the loss.
Sure, I'm not denying the facts you are bringing up. Even though our defense played lights out, our offense f**king sucked. The play calling sucked, our receivers couldn't get any separations, the OL couldn't pass protect, etc. Even with those facts, we were GOING to get the ball back in OT until KW muffled the punt.
Who knows? If KW didn't f**k up, we might have scored on the ensuing drive?
But guess what... We don't live in that parallel universe. The reality is, KW f**ked up and he cost us the game.
Why the f**k should I appreciate KW when he blatantly f**ked up TWICE? It makes no f**king sense.
What's your justification for appreciating him? Because he's a 49ers player and he feels horrible about his f**k ups therefore stirring up your empathy? f**k that!
He f**king should feel terrible for COSTING not only to his teammates a shot at the SB but the fans as well... and I want him to remember his mistakes for a LONG TIME.