The light at the end of the tunnel amongst all of this furor over the Texans can be found in Mario Williams. He played better Sunday and continued to show improvement. He destroyed Ferguson (whom many thought could have been a Texan) throughout the first quarter. 2 three and outs. Then he jumped offsides. Apparently, he is the first player in the history of the NFL to do so, because after that...he took a seat on the pine. They benched him....for an ENTIRE SERIES! #1 draft pick is on the sidelines after his motor was going, he was causing havoc and owning another 1st round draft pick...he is yanked to be taught a lesson. The Jets THEN embark on a TEN play drive with our #1 draft pick on the sidelines to make it 6-0. If someone can point out the logic in that one...Let me know. But before you do that, answer me how Mario can then be put out on the field and play the opposite defensive end. Instead of continuing to dominate Ferguson, apparently the Texans thought it would smart to flip him over to the other side (after benching the kid) and have him see what's what over there. Huh? Huh? Huh? It is a shame that his performance and some really good sticks by the defense get drowned out amongst all the other crap. Faggins is so up and so terribly down it is really impossible to think he will NOT let someone run past him or pick up 15 yards whenever they need it. Our other DBs haven't been much better. Very frustrating. But Ryans and Williams have improved this defense dramatically. A team that has forever been an open barn door against the run, has been steadily improving and shutting down decent run games. I believe the Jets ran for a franchise low 27 yards at home. Pretty damn good. Keep it up Mario and don't jump offsides anymore...you may be on the bench for the entire half against Oakland.