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Get rid of Kyle Williams or keep him?

Get rid of Kyle Williams or keep him?

Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.
[ Edited by Legbreaker on Jan 27, 2012 at 11:38 AM ]
The two options the OP has given us to vote on crack me up. "Keep him. He is the best." Hilarious. Keep him, unless you can find someone better. I like him as a third WR. The kid has guts. Just got his bell rung. The medical staff should have kept a better eye on him after he got clocked on that reverse.
  • Chico
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He's gotta go! Even though he's a good WR and a good under no pressure kick returner, i think this upcoming season is going to be miserable for him. Just think, any catch he makes will be booed and god forbid he drops a ball...he will be run out of town! Good luck on your future team Kyle, but you're better off on a different team.
Originally posted by JoeisGod:
The two options the OP has given us to vote on crack me up. "Keep him. He is the best." Hilarious. Keep him, unless you can find someone better. I like him as a third WR. The kid has guts. Just got his bell rung. The medical staff should have kept a better eye on him after he got clocked on that reverse.

He IS the best, around, Nothing's gonna ever keep him down. He's THE BEST!
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.

He is not a huge reason we went to the nfc championship game.....
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.

This.
Ah, this poll (once again) shows that those who are the loudest on this forum do not always represent the majority.
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.

He is not a huge reason we went to the nfc championship game.....

Yes he is. He made a block that cleared the path for a TD.

Being a part of a team isn't just when your hands are on the ball. The willingness to throw the kid under the bus sickens me. Having a really bad day doesn't mean we should scrifice his potential.

If he can't make the team next year because there are better receivers on the team...I got no problem with that. Letting a 2nd year player go tho when he has potential is just stupid and the reason that none of us are GMs.
Originally posted by okdkid:
Ah, this poll (once again) shows that those who are the loudest on this forum do not always represent the majority.

Yes.

...although the poll is poorly written and clearly written by someone who expected a different result.
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Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.

This.


He'll never stop being booed. Have mercy on him and release him.
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.

This.


He'll never stop being booed. Have mercy on him and release him.

If we've learned anything, it's that Niner fans are simply the most sophisticated fans in the world. Their record of booing and cat-calls is simply impeccable. It is always well-deserved and with great merit.

There is no more credible source of football knowledge than a San Francisco 49er fan.
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Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.

He is not a huge reason we went to the nfc championship game.....

Yes he is. He made a block that cleared the path for a TD.

Being a part of a team isn't just when your hands are on the ball. The willingness to throw the kid under the bus sickens me. Having a really bad day doesn't mean we should scrifice his potential.

If he can't make the team next year because there are better receivers on the team...I got no problem with that. Letting a 2nd year player go tho when he has potential is just stupid and the reason that none of us are GMs.

A block that cleared a path for a TD? That is considered a "huge reason" why we made it to the championship game?

It was a brilliant play design and play call. You could have put anyone in that spot to make that block. He blindsided a 290 pound guy in the hip. Real special....

I guess out definitions of "huge reason" is different. I consider Davis, A. Smith, J. Smith as a "huge reason" why we beat the saints.

As for why we went 13-3, the "huge reason" is the defense, ST and running game.

KW is part of the anemic passing game which resulted in 7-8 close games where we eailsy could have lost. This time, against the Giants, we did, thanks to KW.
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Originally posted by okdkid:
If we've learned anything, it's that Niner fans are simply the most sophisticated fans in the world. Their record of booing and cat-calls is simply impeccable. It is always well-deserved and with great merit.

There is no more credible source of football knowledge than a San Francisco 49er fan.

I liked it much better when 9ers fans were fellow wine sippers and quiche eaters. The rednecking/gang-banging/meth-using element need to go back to their team of origin: the Dallas Cowboys.


We win with class, we lose with dignity.
[ Edited by JoeisGod on Jan 27, 2012 at 12:08 PM ]
Originally posted by okdkid:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Keep him. Everyone who's b*tching about his play would do well to remember that he's a HUGE reason we were in the NFC Championship in the first place: he threw the crackback block on Will Smith that sprung Alex and allowed Joe Staley to pull and get upfield on the 28 yard TD run vs. the Saints. FYI...the guy he blocked outweighed him by 100 lbs, and KW cleaned his clock.

The kid is a quality player who had a bad day. Let it go.

This.


He'll never stop being booed. Have mercy on him and release him.

If we've learned anything, it's that Niner fans are simply the most sophisticated fans in the world. Their record of booing and cat-calls is simply impeccable. It is always well-deserved and with great merit.

There is no more credible source of football knowledge than a San Francisco 49er fan.

All teams do this. Its part of being a fan.

Philly wanted to run Mcnabb and Reid out of their stadium after the NFC championship and super bowl losses. Giants fans wanted Coughlin out in week 9. Andthose are actually good players and coaches.

Not a 5th WR....

Niner fans are considered soft. Look at all the coddling Alex Smith gets and all the coddling KW is getting. These guys are grown men who get paid for this. A muffed punt and a fumble punt in the NFC championship game is intollerable. And we should tell this guy to "hold his head up high."
[ Edited by Young2Rice on Jan 27, 2012 at 12:11 PM ]