Mario now leads the AFC

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  1. junior

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    With 13 sacks on the season. his hula dance seems to be the right fit for his play now. see you in Hawaii.
     
  2. run-david-run

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    Now get Manning to the ground a few times and you will have an EXTREAMLY happy fan base.
     
  3. Dread-Head

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    Vince WHO?!? Reggie Who?! Bwahahahahahahahahahaha....hahahaaaaaa! People...you all KNOW what TIME it is...so I won't even SAY it!

    :splits:PBJT!:splits: :bat:
     
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    See you at the ProBowl Mario!:d:
     
  5. dtran04

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    I want a picture of Mario either doing the Superman or the Hula Dance. Gotta admit...nice sack dances for him tonight.
     
  6. MEGA SWATT

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    Yes, Mario is King,

    and Andre Johnson averaging an NFL-best 102.8 receiving yds per game played, better than owens and whats his nuts on the pats.....you know the pot-smoker Randy Moss.(both around 97 yds pg):whip:
     
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    this game was better than the best career games of Reggie Bush and Vince Young. by far.
     
  8. run-david-run

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    Its going to be interesting to see how he handles doube teams, because some have to be coming. Good problem to have though.
     


  9. Grid

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    Im more interested in seeing how Okoye, Weaver, Cochran, and Johnson handle the Mario double teams :D
     
  10. awtysst

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    See thats the thing. As he is becoming the force we were hoping for, he will take up the double teams. Hopefully this will create single coverage for Okoye to push it up the middle and dominate. That way the Offense either can say hello to Mr. Williams or Mr. Okoye!!!
     
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    If only pro-bowl voting ended next week, he would be in FOR SURE.
     
  12. Leahmic223

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    Mario?

    Who is this Mario guy you speak of? Oh you mean that guy that got picked over Bush and Vince Young...

    Sorry, I just love the Crow Mario is cooking up this year.
     
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    The worst part, is he would have had more if the Denver line didnt get away with holding all game. He was hurrying Cutler with Broncos dangling off of his back.
     
  14. Ole Miss Texan

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    I'm not normally one to blame refs a lot, but it's amazing how many times Mario really does get held and it's never called. This will really change as he becomes a major force, probowler, etc and the refs will be ready for it and calling it a lot more.
     
  15. Brandon420tx

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    The refs were pretty bad today, The texans got away with alot of penalties IMO. Maybe the message from the refs today was "let em play"
     
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    Shiner's all around fellas...Kasta, here's to you getting your first victory this weekend.
     
  17. Leahmic223

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    While he does lead the AFC in sacks...we have to remember no other team has played yet...but 3.5 sacks is a hell of day for a DE plus 6 tackles.
     
  18. Texanmike02

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    Leahmic with the objectivity... I LOVE IT!!!

    Not knocking you, I'm just not used to you being the voice of reason.


    Cheers!!!

    Mike
     
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    He was splitting a double team/obvious holding penalty when he dropped Cutler the third time.

    He was pretty awesome.
     
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    Mario Williams = Beast.

    He took some time to let his foot heal and started working hard and now he is one of the most dominant DEs in the league. Piss be upon VY and Bush.
     

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