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WILL YOU CHEER OR BOO KYLE WILLIAMS THE FIRST TIME YOU SEE HIM ON THE FIELD?

WILL YOU CHEER OR BOO KYLE WILLIAMS THE FIRST TIME YOU SEE HIM ON THE FIELD?

I hope he has a breakout year, that being said, he can still go f**k himself
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by ElDannMann:
Wes Welker caught ZERO passes his first season in the league. He only caught 29 in his 2nd season. It wasn't until his 4th season with the Patriots that he broke out and caught 112 passes.

Kyle Williams? He caught a single pass his first season and 20 this season. That's how it's upside. I've always seen him as a Wes Welker type, given his mold. He's an inch taller and weighs 5 more pounds.

Brett Favre won a Super Bowl as well as throwing away an NFCC game (twice, I believe). Good players lose games sometimes, but there's no need to throw them under the bus. What I'm getting at is that not every player comes into the league like Randy Moss. Some players need time to develop.

That's why he has upside. I want to see more production and more consistency from him. Anymore signs of choking away a game though, that's another story.

Lol at the Favre comparison or Wes Welker for that matter. He's a 4th WR at best and always will be. He blew his biggest chance to make a name for himself instead everybody will remember him for blowing the 49ers first chance since 1997 to go to the Superbowl



This........f4.k u KW...every time you heart beats.......
Originally posted by NCommand:
I'm a Niner fan. He's a Niner. I will always cheer for him as long as he is on this team. The man was forced into a brutal situation being a rookie KR at Candlestick on short notice, winds, rain, big-game pressure, etc. Its the coaches job to assess that after he dived (forward) for that one, to call off any aggression or take any risks. Besides, I'd boo Roman before I'd boo him for not utilizing Hunter on screens or attacking deep while the Giants continued to stack the box and creep up to the LOS. We only took 3 shots down field...2 went for TD's and the 3rd s/h/b.



Wow...now is the coaches fault.....wind,rain,big game pressure......ooohhh poor guy ,maybe we should wait until the weather conditions were better....OMG...this world is about to end..
You guys are amazing! When I started this thread I didn't know what would happen. I was at the Philly game when Alex got mercilessly
booed for the first time at home. And that was eye opening for me. After 6 seasons of futility, fans finally had enough.
I didn't boo, but I completely understood the frustration that finally boiled over. There's no doubt about it, in ONE game Kyle Williams has dug himself
a deep, dark sh*t filled pit with 49ers fans that Alex Smith could hardly duplicate in 6 years! I'd like to think we're
better than the fans in Boston who Crucified Buckner and the fans in Chicago who ran Bartman out of town. Different circumstances yes, but still
driven by people who support their respective clubs. Are we more classy? No I don't think so. I think we're just crazed, hungry, rabid football fans.
Doesn't mean we're not nice, thoughtful, appreciative, empathetic or respectful people. Also doesn't mean we're not spiteful, vindictive, impatient, ignorant sore losers. We're just fans. Cheer him, Boo him, Love him or Hate him. Just remember he wants what we want. To win it all! GO NINERS!!
Originally posted by gavindirishmen:
You guys are amazing! When I started this thread I didn't know what would happen. I was at the Philly game when Alex got mercilessly
booed for the first time at home. And that was eye opening for me. After 6 seasons of futility, fans finally had enough.
I didn't boo, but I completely understood the frustration that finally boiled over. There's no doubt about it, in ONE game Kyle Williams has dug himself
a deep, dark sh*t filled pit with 49ers fans that Alex Smith could hardly duplicate in 6 years! I'd like to think we're
better than the fans in Boston who Crucified Buckner and the fans in Chicago who ran Bartman out of town. Different circumstances yes, but still
driven by people who support their respective clubs. Are we more classy? No I don't think so. I think we're just crazed, hungry, rabid football fans.
Doesn't mean we're not nice, thoughtful, appreciative, empathetic or respectful people. Also doesn't mean we're not spiteful, vindictive, impatient, ignorant sore losers. We're just fans. Cheer him, Boo him, Love him or Hate him. Just remember he wants what we want. To win it all! GO NINERS!!

The team, coaches and even the media have given this guy a pass because of the death threats, they feel sorry for em and probably because of who his pappy is.

Its up to us, the fans, who have no personal connection, to let him know that he f**ked up big time. Because as of right now, i feel he's convinced this was no big deal and he wasn't solely responsible for that s**tstorm of a performance by one player.
hes a 9ner ill cheer for him.. booing is nothing but hate. its a new season get over it. Should we boo harbaugh for putting basically a rookie on the line?
Originally posted by fan49:
hes a 9ner ill cheer for him.. booing is nothing but hate. its a new season get over it. Should we boo harbaugh for putting basically a rookie on the line?

Harnaugh gets a pass for his brilliant work.

KW, no pass. He's a 5th WR. All he had to do was get away from the bonucing ball and put two hands on the football.

Thats it.
Originally posted by fan49:
hes a 9ner ill cheer for him.. booing is nothing but hate. its a new season get over it. Should we boo harbaugh for putting basically a rookie on the line?

You can't boo Harbaugh for expecting your punt returner to not turnover the ball
i still hate him
Originally posted by 49ercrusher:
Originally posted by NCommand:
I'm a Niner fan. He's a Niner. I will always cheer for him as long as he is on this team. The man was forced into a brutal situation being a rookie KR at Candlestick on short notice, winds, rain, big-game pressure, etc. Its the coaches job to assess that after he dived (forward) for that one, to call off any aggression or take any risks. Besides, I'd boo Roman before I'd boo him for not utilizing Hunter on screens or attacking deep while the Giants continued to stack the box and creep up to the LOS. We only took 3 shots down field...2 went for TD's and the 3rd s/h/b.



Wow...now is the coaches fault.....wind,rain,big game pressure......ooohhh poor guy ,maybe we should wait until the weather conditions were better....OMG...this world is about to end..

The man owned up to his ST mistakes but when you look at the bigger picture, it should NEVER have come down to him in the 1st place...did Roman own up for calling a conservative, vanilla, predictable game plan and then not adjusting to what NY was doing? Did Alex blame himself for missing that deep ball for a TD (in the candlestick wind/rain)? Did our ST coach blame himself for not having Kyle prepared and with a conservative approach to KRing even after the obvious blunder (warning) early in the game? Did the refs blame themselves for an obvious poor early-whistle call that could have won us the game? Did we blame VF for asking a CB who came in off the bench after an injury and putting him in single coverage which resulted in an easy post-route TD? Blah blah blah. You get the idea...when there is a loss, in a game of this magnitude, it's easy to blame one person but the reality is that there was PLENTY of blame to go around. And of all these cases, KW was the only man to own up and take blame and responsibility for the loss...class act.
The entire stadium should cheer as loud as they can...sarcastically. Joke will be on Kyle and he won't even know it.
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he's a 49er so i'd cheer for him of course
I just hope we pick up enough wide receivers that he can be let go. Then we don't have to worry about this question. Or think about him anymore!
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by 49ercrusher:
Originally posted by NCommand:
I'm a Niner fan. He's a Niner. I will always cheer for him as long as he is on this team. The man was forced into a brutal situation being a rookie KR at Candlestick on short notice, winds, rain, big-game pressure, etc. Its the coaches job to assess that after he dived (forward) for that one, to call off any aggression or take any risks. Besides, I'd boo Roman before I'd boo him for not utilizing Hunter on screens or attacking deep while the Giants continued to stack the box and creep up to the LOS. We only took 3 shots down field...2 went for TD's and the 3rd s/h/b.



Wow...now is the coaches fault.....wind,rain,big game pressure......ooohhh poor guy ,maybe we should wait until the weather conditions were better....OMG...this world is about to end..

The man owned up to his ST mistakes but when you look at the bigger picture, it should NEVER have come down to him in the 1st place...did Roman own up for calling a conservative, vanilla, predictable game plan and then not adjusting to what NY was doing? Did Alex blame himself for missing that deep ball for a TD (in the candlestick wind/rain)? Did our ST coach blame himself for not having Kyle prepared and with a conservative approach to KRing even after the obvious blunder (warning) early in the game? Did the refs blame themselves for an obvious poor early-whistle call that could have won us the game? Did we blame VF for asking a CB who came in off the bench after an injury and putting him in single coverage which resulted in an easy post-route TD? Blah blah blah. You get the idea...when there is a loss, in a game of this magnitude, it's easy to blame one person but the reality is that there was PLENTY of blame to go around. And of all these cases, KW was the only man to own up and take blame and responsibility for the loss...class act.

u forgot to blame dashon goldson for breaking up 2 int's and blame ted ginn for having no pain threshold other than that u covered it
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by 49ercrusher:
Originally posted by NCommand:
I'm a Niner fan. He's a Niner. I will always cheer for him as long as he is on this team. The man was forced into a brutal situation being a rookie KR at Candlestick on short notice, winds, rain, big-game pressure, etc. Its the coaches job to assess that after he dived (forward) for that one, to call off any aggression or take any risks. Besides, I'd boo Roman before I'd boo him for not utilizing Hunter on screens or attacking deep while the Giants continued to stack the box and creep up to the LOS. We only took 3 shots down field...2 went for TD's and the 3rd s/h/b.



Wow...now is the coaches fault.....wind,rain,big game pressure......ooohhh poor guy ,maybe we should wait until the weather conditions were better....OMG...this world is about to end..

The man owned up to his ST mistakes but when you look at the bigger picture, it should NEVER have come down to him in the 1st place...did Roman own up for calling a conservative, vanilla, predictable game plan and then not adjusting to what NY was doing? Did Alex blame himself for missing that deep ball for a TD (in the candlestick wind/rain)? Did our ST coach blame himself for not having Kyle prepared and with a conservative approach to KRing even after the obvious blunder (warning) early in the game? Did the refs blame themselves for an obvious poor early-whistle call that could have won us the game? Did we blame VF for asking a CB who came in off the bench after an injury and putting him in single coverage which resulted in an easy post-route TD? Blah blah blah. You get the idea...when there is a loss, in a game of this magnitude, it's easy to blame one person but the reality is that there was PLENTY of blame to go around. And of all these cases, KW was the only man to own up and take blame and responsibility for the loss...class act.

u forgot to blame dashon goldson for breaking up 2 int's and blame ted ginn for having no pain threshold other than that u covered it

Can't fault effort plays. The one against Brown wasn't anyone's fault. He should have seen the one where Rodgers had it locked but then again...in OT, primary goal was to break up any possibility of a completion that would have put NYG in FG range to close out the game.