Well, clem, this little item on PFT puts things into perspective a bit. Do you agree?
a pair of Giants players admitted following the NFC title game that part of the strategy was to hit punt returner Kyle Williams in the head.
“The thing is, we knew he had four concussions, so that was our biggest thing, was to take him outta the game,” linebacker Jacquain Williams said at the time regarding Williams, who muffed a punt and fumbled a punt during San Francisco.
“He’s had a lot of concussions,” receiver Devin Thomas said. “We were just like, ‘We gotta put a hit on that guy.’ . . . [Giants reserve safety Tyler] Sash did a great job hitting him early and he looked kind of dazed when he got up. I feel like that made a difference and he coughed it up.”
And poor Kyle Williams got death threats from Niners fans before the game was finished. They should send him a fruit basket.
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Williams is currently 5th on the WR depth chart. If the 49ers draft just one receiver Kyle can go play on the Giants where he belongs. He did more for the Giants in one game than he did for the 49ers in two years.
So, uh... are the Giants not paying attention to what's going on in New Orleans right now? Because, I mean, that's not a bounty, but they're certainly not making themselves sound very good. Or sound a way the league wants them to sound.
I realize that not everyone feels this way. I assume that you don't. But I gotta say, the venom and contempt you show towards a guy on your team leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
OK, done. I'll leave it be.
There's nothing in the league rules that says you can't (cleanly) knock the crap out of someone. The issue with the Saints is bonus pay.
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I was wondering how this got restarted. LOL
But Yeah; I think this whole trash with my Saints is shameful. I think they are getting hit hard because they did it to themselves. Just Crazy. As for Kyle Williams' playoff blunder, it goes in the Leon Lett portfolio despite DAL winning the Super Bowl that year.
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