Mario

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  1. will742

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    I wonder if he was still injured for the Colts game?

    Either way, we need his production to pick up for the rest of our schedule and hopefully actually translate to the stat sheet as well. A healthy Mario will take us a long way.
     
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    It's hard to criticize him when he's hurt and still playing productively but he hasn't been beasting anyone this year. Time for the freight train to pull out of the station, you know?
     
  3. m5kwatts

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    I thought he looked a heck of a lot better in the Indy game, more of his normal self

    Antonio Smith was awesome in that game

    After having seen the Pats pass rush try to get at Manning, makes me feel alot better about those 2...they had way better games than any Patriot d-lineman had last night
     
  4. El Tejano

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    The other thing about Mario is that he is an all around DE. He helps out so much with the run game. Ever notice that when they run the sweep to his side, we typically snuff out the play? That's because Mario can chase'em down real well and what makes it even better to have him on the line is he can line up on either side and be equally effective against the run.

    That said, I need Mario to start gathering some sack numbers.
     

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