Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
So your argument is comparing a quarterback who was taken No. 1 over all and was called the best QB prospect since god knows when and saying it was clear that he was better than a backup quarterback who had no business even sniffing the field that year, to a 4th round wide receiver who is well-known among the 49ers fans and the people who love to dissect the draft to a 6th rounder who has infinitely more experience with his starting QB than any other healthy receiver on the team?
I hate you guys for making me argue against my favorite player
Bro, if Kyle Williams is anything but average and mediocre after game 4, you can come back here in throw it in my face.
I see a guy who can't separate unless he gets a step on the DB going straight downfield, otherwise, just like last year he ends up getting taken out of the game completely by coverage. This team certainly hasn't had any lack of need for talented, high-impact WR's, Kyle Williams had PLENTY of opportunities to cowboy the f**k up and make some plays and make a difference and he didn't get it done. He had 7 games with 20 yards or less receiving. In 27 career games he has 35 receptions for 460 yards......or, an average of 1.3 receptions per game.
He's a front-runner that picks up numbers in blowouts but then vanishes during the tough games such as against St Louis and Minnesota last season. When the 49ers are kicking the crap out of a team, he's your boy, he'll pile on, like he did in the Chicago game, but don't count on him being the reason for this team moving the chains.
He's not a rookie or a 2nd year guy who's going to all of a sudden blow up, this is going to be his 4th season in the NFL, I just don't see it, the same weaknesses he had in college, he still has in the NFL. He's not a #2 quality WR by any means and he'll get passed up on the depth chart as a result.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Aug 29, 2013 at 11:21 PM ]