Mario Williams

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  1. GanadoUHCoog

    GanadoUHCoog Rookie

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    had a decent day....3 tackles and 1 int

    he seems to be improving by the week
     
  2. eriadoc

    eriadoc Texan-American

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    On the pay where he got the sack, he also forced VY to pull down the screen pass. It was a nice play on Mario's part. He will have his ups and downs as a rookie, but I think we took the right guy (well, since we couldn't get Ferguson).
     
  3. joedinkle

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    interception? am i missing something?
     
  4. GanadoUHCoog

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    sry meant sack
     
  5. FanFromCali

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    Yeah, one of the few positives from an otherwise bad day...

    I think he is going to be a good one.
     
  6. run-david-run

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    the play he got his sack on was great. first he read the screen and jumped in front of vy, then recovered and caught up to him and brought him down. Also, we pretty much shut down their running game. umm, how did we lose?
     
  7. GuerillaBlack

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    Turnovers. They hurt us so bad. If we hadn't had any turnovers, we would have one easily. We are the better team, just today, we handed it to the Titans.
     
  8. Titan "Tack" Fan

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    He didn't have a sack. He tackled him across the line of scrimmage.
     


  9. eriadoc

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    I think I heard that exact same thing from the jags last week.
     
  11. Titan "Tack" Fan

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    My seats were right on the line, I promise you it wasn't. I watched the play, he ran up from behind and tackled him, then Mario looked up to see if it was a sack and it wasn't. It was a yard over.

    I'm not attacking Mario, I'm just saying I saw it.
     
  12. JDizzle

    JDizzle I'm a dude

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    He lost a yard on that play. I could see that from my recliner. Tackling from behind like that usually adds a yard or two.
     
  13. HoustonTexans

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    And I was watching on TV and he was behind the blue line... sometimes its hard to tell when ur at the game...

    NFL gave him the sack, commentators gave him a sack.. it was a sack
     
  14. K.D.

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    Mario's sack was BEHIND the los. He had a productive day and so did the D as awhole. They played a good game but the to's, penalty's (salaam's particular), special teams did us in today.
     
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    I liked the play when he caught TravisWho?? from behind, to deny the 3rd down conversion.

    He needs to get better at batting the ball down, he had plenty of opportunities today.
     
  16. Titan "Tack" Fan

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    I liked that part where the Titans won the game.
     
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    Not trying to take up for Salaam, but that's all about the home crowd. They were making Noise the whole time our boys had the ball. Not just when they got out of the huddle like we do, but the whole time.
     
  18. TexansLucky13

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    I like the part where the Texans outplayed the Titans on offense and defense but kicked themselves in the nuts by giving the ball away 5 times.
     
  19. Titan "Tack" Fan

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    I liked the part where our defensive line was getting to Carr like his feet were cemented to the ground. I like the part where we had 2 INTs and 1 fumble for a touchdown. I like the part where Pac-Man returned a punt for a TD. I like the part where the scoreboard read "28-22" at the end of the game.
     
  20. K.D.

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    Yeah I understand that but 4 false starts on the same person, that's just not being focused on snap count which really put us in bad situations being we were in the red zone on 2 of them I recall.
     

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