Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Wolf, Jul 27, 2008.
Admirably humble, indeed. It's sad how some players get a taste of success and publicity.......and after a while ride the wave of their press clippings and past merits instead of focusing their attention to maintaining and improving their skills.
My authentic Battle Red, Mario Williams jersey just came in last week! He's becoming my favorite player, after all the media BS he's been through. I can't wait to sport it this year. Here in the Austin area alot of people still on VY's nuts?
A blind ESPN reporter (typical) walks into Reliant Stadium with a guide dog. He picks the dog up and starts swinging it around his head. Having alarmed the surrounding fans, a security guard approaches him: "Can I help, sir?" 'No thanks,' says the reporter. "Just looking and gathering material for my article."
gotta spread rep first though
Mario doesn't really have the voice to go with his fearsome physique. He would rather let his exploits on the field speak for him.
we need to hire James Earl Jones to do voice over!
That's refreshing to hear from a football player
One of the best and most respected by his peers defensive linemen in NFL history was a guy named Ray Childress who played for the Houston Oilers.
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/C/ChilRa00.htm He was not known as a mouth or troublemaker. Just a constant pillar of a team. It is still early but I hope to be able to continue to compare the two.
I can't wait for the Steelers game when Mario demolishes the Steelers horrible O-line!
Sounds like Mario is humble just like that other guy everyone wanted the Texans to draft instead of him.
man, that guy clobbers big city prices for real.
Hopefully the Pro-Bowl snub will be enought to fuel his jets for a while.
Perhaps he just doesn't turn his "Batman voice" loose except on gameday.
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