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    Ted Ginn - WR - 49ers




    49ers KR Ted Ginn (knee) missed practice Friday for a third straight day.


    Ginn is expected to be inactive for Sunday's NFC title game versus the Giants. Expect Kendall Hunter to return kickoffs and Kyle Williams to handle punts.



    Hes good KR that wont be missed.
    ALL IN!

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    Re: No Ginn Sunday.

    Still can't sleep. Kyle Williams is FAST.

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    • #3
      Re: No Ginn Sunday.

      Hunter is talented though he won't be bad in relief

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      • #4
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        Thats perfect, now they only have 1 WR.... NFL Live says its gonna be a game time decision
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        • #5
          Re: No Ginn Sunday.


          If this sticks it is great news. Ginn gives them amazing field position on every kick off. And this match up is going to be won in part by field position.

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          • #6
            Re: No Ginn Sunday.

            Isn't he their #2 or #3 WR?

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            • #7
              Re: No Ginn Sunday.

              [quote user="Kase-1"]Thats perfect, now they only have 1 WR.... NFL Live says its gonna be a game time decision
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              They still have Joe Hastings and Brett Swain along with Crabtree

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                Re: No Ginn Sunday.

                [quote user="Tuckit91"]
                Ted Ginn - WR - 49ers




                49ers KR Ted Ginn (knee) missed practice Friday for a third straight day.


                Ginn is expected to be inactive for Sunday's NFC title game versus the Giants. Expect Kendall Hunter to return kickoffs and Kyle Williams to handle punts.



                Hes good KR that wont be missed.



                [/quote]




                Williams is definitely a threat but I have more confidence in Weatherford keeping it away from him on puntsthan I have Tynes keeping it away from Ginn on kickoffs ona sloppy field and in raw, damp weatherconditions .

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                • #9
                  Re: No Ginn Sunday.

                  that could be very big ... one area where the 49ers have an absolute huge advantage is STs, but with Ginn out that might reduce their ST advantage to simply Akers v. Tynes, since Weatherford and our cover teams have been very good as well



                  and maybe more importantly, less experienced returners can equate to fumbles/muffs ... not that i trust our guys that much either, but this def. levels things out a bit

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                    Re: No Ginn Sunday.

                    [quote user="G-Man67"]that could be very big ... one area where the 49ers have an absolute huge advantage is STs, but with Ginn out that might reduce their ST advantage to simply Akers v. Tynes, since Weatherford and our cover teams have been very good as well



                    and maybe more importantly, less experienced returners can equate to fumbles/muffs ... not that i trust our guys that much either, but this def. levels things out a bit[/quote]

                    bump, we got a fumble and a muff and not to gloat and i don't like to celebrate it, b/c i don't like anything that takes away from our victories, but i made a rust factor post prior to GB

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                      Re: No Ginn Sunday.

                      [quote user="G-Man67"][quote user="G-Man67"]that could be very big ... one area where the 49ers have an absolute huge advantage is STs, but with Ginn out that might reduce their ST advantage to simply Akers v. Tynes, since Weatherford and our cover teams have been very good as well


                      and maybe more importantly, less experienced returners can equate to fumbles/muffs ... not that i trust our guys that much either, but this def. levels things out a bit[/quote] bump, we got a fumble and a muff and not to gloat and i don't like to celebrate it, b/c i don't like anything that takes away from our victories, but i made a rust factor post prior to GB [/quote]well deserved bump sir

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