Seven-year old writes letter to Kyle Williams
For San Francisco 49ers fans, last Sunday’s crushing defeat to the New York Giants in the NFC Championship game will be in their minds forever. Chances are, they will also remember Kyle Williams, the backup punt returner who had two costly fumbles while replacing the injured Ted Ginn.
Williams was absolutely skewered for his mistakes, the latter of which led to the game-winning field goal in overtime. He even received death threats from people who obviously have no idea how to place sports in its proper context.
But, there was one person who felt awful for him and reached out to him. Seven-year old Owen Shure from Los Angeles.
He was so upset that he was crying his eyes out when his Niners lost. He was apparently doing that little-kid cry where you can only get one word out at a time, asking why Williams had to fumble.
Dear Mr. Williams:
We just watched the Playoff game. I feel really bad for you but I wanted to tell you that you had a great season. you sould be very proud, so I wanted to say thank you.
I am your #1 FAN!
Los Angeles, CA
p.s. your awsome
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