San Francisco 49er’s Kick Returner Is Receiving Death Threats On Twitter After Losing Two Game Changing Fumbles In Last Nights NFC Championship Game!
Two mistakes by Kyle Williams, the San Francisco 49er’s kick returner resulted in a loss and a trip to the Super Bowl. Some fans were so upset they made death threats on Twitter.
Yesterday’s NFC Championship game against the New York Giants at San Francisco 49er’s was as good as it gets. The game went into overtime for a dramatic finish with the Giants winning with a field goal sealing the victory 20-17. Lawrence Tynes, the Giants field goal kicker put it through the uprights last night just like he did when the Giants went to the Super Bowl in 2008. This years Super Bowl will be a rematch of 2008’s Super Bowl against the New York Giants and New England Patriots.
Last nights game winning field goal by the Giants came from a fumble by the 49er’s kick returner Kyle Williams which gave the Giants easy field advantage. Williams gave up 2 fumbles last night resulting in two touchdowns by the Giants and kept them in the game. After the 49er’s loss to the Giants last night that most people are blaming on Williams, he became the most hated man in sports at the time.
Death threats were being sent to Williams Twitter page last night after the game. Including one death threat to him and his family saying:
I hope you, your wife, kids and family die, you deserve it
Williams has had support from teammates and coaches after these threats have come in. Some in the Twitter community are asking law enforcement officials to look into the threats that were mad to Williams last night after the game.
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