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Kyle Williams. All the finger pointing has been going towards the direction of the second year wide receiver after the San Francisco 49ers fell short against the New York Giants in the NFC championship game. Williams had two costly fumbles that eventually resulted in 10 points for the Giants. The crucial fumble coming in overtime, this gave the Giants great field position to set up a game winning field goal. When the game concluded I was seriously depressed. I am sure many Niner fans were sharing the same emotions, if not worst. When I had time to cool down and evaluate the game I realized that it is unfair to put all the blame on Williams. I do believe in the saying, “We fall as a team and we rise as a team.” Here are the other factors that contributed to the Niners defeat. … [visit site to read more]
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Kyle Williams has received more than his fair share of abuse from unhinged fans due to his gaffes in the return game last weekend, so the letter of support he received from 7-year-old Owen Shure probably meant quite a bit.
Go away Kyle Williams
Niner faithful it has taken me four full days to address you after that disgusting loss by Kyle Williams. I told myself after a day or so that the anger and utter disappointment would fade. It hasn’t, not even a little bit. It’s all because of you Kyle. I applaud the 49er players for coming to your side and not blaming just one person. That’s...
Giants players admitted after the game that the team was targeting 49ers return man Kyle Williams due to his history of concussions, including one who added their goal was to "take him outta the game."
SAN FRANCISCO -- The NFL on Tuesday said there were no illegal hits by the Super Bowl-bound New York Giants on 49ers return man Kyle Williams during the NFC Championship Game. Williams fumbled a punt in overtime of San Francisco's 20-17 loss Sunday, and the misplay set up Lawrence Tynes' winning field goal. Afterward, New York's Jacquain Williams and Devin Thomas indicated...
A day after mishandling two punt returns, 49ers wide receiver Kyle Williams handled the disturbing fallout from his season-killing fumbles in the NFC Championship Game flawlessly. Williams received death threats via...
Kyle Williams is ignoring the barrage of hateful, hurtful, even threatening comments he has received in the aftermath of his ill-timed fumble that cost the San Francisco 49ers the NFC championship game against New York. Williams says he takes full responsibility for his fumble on a punt return in overtime of a 20-17 loss to the Giants on Sunday night that set up Lawrence Tynes'...
One punt-return gaffe by Kyle Williams changed the complexion of the game and another hastened the end of it, but neither was the play that set in motion the 49ers’ demise Sunday just as they were in the process of taking control of the NFC Championship Game. The trickle-down effect of everything that happened after that fateful play resulted in the Niners’ overtime loss to the...
By now you know that the New York Giants and the New England Patriots will play each other in the Super Bowl I’m sure you also know that San Francisco 49er player Kyle Williams made two critical mistakes on punt returns that played a major role in the 49er’s loss to New York.
You just knew Williams was in for a long couple of days. 49er fans were going to be angry at Williams...
Sunday morning, little known 49ers backup kick returner Kyle Williams woke up to the exciting news that he would be fielding kicks, with all-world special teams guy, Tedd Ginn Jr. out with an injury. The kid had to be ecstatic.
Just a second year WR out of Arizona State, the 5′10, 186 pound Williams was getting the chance of a lifetime: the opportunity to play hero...
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We can all dwell on a NFC Championship game overtime loss all the way up to training camp, but our front office has plenty of work to do. There were a few things that were evident in the loss to the Giants that will need to be mended to before the start...
SAN FRANCISCO Alex Smith reared back and launched a deep throw toward 49ers wide receiver Kyle Williams. It was early in the second quarter, the score tied 7-7, and Williams was streaking up the middle of the field with a step, or three, on the nearest New York Giants defensive back.
After their win over the 49ers, two Giants players involved with the key turnover by Kyle Williams said they targeted the punt returner because of a history of concussions. On Tuesday, Michael Boley said targeting doesn't happen. Who to believe?