Originally posted by LifelongNiner:
Originally posted by Psinex:
This. You don't want Kyle Williams to be in a position to fail with the season on the line unless we have no other choice. Ted Ginn had the awareness to recover the ball after it bounced off a Niner on the punt. It was a live ball and he knows the importance of ball security, much more so than Kyle Williams.
Exactly. These are the unnoticed things that Ginn brings to the table. You don't get that with any speedy return guy you put back there.
i am not among the crowd that still has zero confidence in kyle. if you are still in mourning over a game that 9 months ago and means nothing anymore as we move forward, that is pretty sad. I would not move ginn cuz if kyle gets hurt and you do not have ginn who do you have? no, keep both, train the two kids we drafted to do kicks and punts so next year hopefully, if kyle is here, we have 3 sound returners. Yes it is tempting and logical to try to trade ginn now with him having no trade value at the end of the year but lets keep both and be happy. I do not want to be caught in the same spot we were last year when kyle was not ready for big time game pressure,,, that is all behind him in my opinion