Filling in for the injured Ted Ginn Jr., the second-year pro was responsible for two turnovers on punt returns in San Francisco's 20--17 overtime loss to the Giants in the NFC Championship Game.
Did anything good happen to you after the NFC Championship Game?
KYLE WILLIAMS: I wouldn't say good exactly. But there's some comfort when your teammates give you a pat on the back and let you know that it's not all on you, that we win and lose as a team. It makes it a little better, but it's still not good.
Did you feel as if you touched the football on the first turnover?
KW: I still don't feel like I did. When it comes down to it, I have to get away from the ball. Making it that close was my error.
Did you try to make up for that mistake on the last punt return in overtime?
KW: Every punt returner in the league will vouch for this—anytime you get an opportunity to make a play, you want to. Especially in the situation we were in. We were searching for a play. They were getting stops. We were getting stops. It wasn't really going anywhere. [But] I wasn't trying to do too much.
What were you thinking when you went to the sideline after the second turnover?