Post your pro Mario links here

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  1. michaelm

    michaelm vox nihili

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    I thought I'd start a thread for the purpose of gathering all of the pro Mario links in one place.

    I am in yet another battle with my loud mouth crybaby fan friend who can't get off the subject of the Texans being stupid for picking MW.

    So help me, and others like me, who can use all of the ammo we can get to shut these asses up.

    My buddy is bombarding me with stories that say how the pick was a bad one. Unfortunately for him, his links are two months old, or older.

    All of the recent press is coming around to our view for the most part.

    'lil help?
     
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    LORK 88 Wreck'em Ŧech!

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    Dont go to NBX those people are LOSERS!

    You are going to have to watch like NFL Live or something if you dont want message board stuff.
     
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    LORK 88 Wreck'em Ŧech!

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    http://forums.houstontexans.com/showthread.php?t=30932

    Heres another one i found with an ESPN link, your best bet is just check threads more often, its a popular topic for many of us. Why do you need links? Just show Wali Lundy's stats compared to Bush's and then chime in Mario's doing pretty good.
     
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    Yeah, Bush went for -5 yards last week. Would Michael Jordan ever score a 0 in a game that he played in?
     


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    Got that one.

    I need links because ALL cowgirl fans are hard headed, and need to have something shoved down their throats before they can hear what you're saying to them over the sound of their own oral spewage...
     
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    From profootballweekly
    http://www.profootballweekly.com/PFW/Features/Scouts+Eye/2006/nawrocki110606.htm

    "Texans rookie DE Mario Williams is really beginning to come on,sending Giants OT Bob Whitfield flying off his feet with an arm-overclub move made famous by the recently enshrined late great ReggieWhite, and closing to notch another sack. On the very next play, hetook aggressive Giants OG Chris Snee and walked him back to thequarterback as if he were facing a high school blocker. He lookedflat-out dominant at times against New York, like a man among boys."

    From Bob Whitfield, Giants OT, after facing Williams:
    http://blogs.chron.com/nfl/2006/11/mario_almost_inhuman_carr_gets.html

    "Giants offensive tackle Bob Whitfield, a 15-year veteran and formerfirst-round pick by Atlanta, had this to say about Mario Williams: "Theson of a gun is almost inhuman out there for how big and thick andsolid he is. And I caught it firsthand because I said to myself, `Don'tgive the young kid a sack.' But I don't call it a sack when he actuallydislocates your whole left side of your body when he hit me. It wasalmost like he needed to have a penalty for tearing up an old man. Iactually told him, `Slow it down, young fellow.' He's strong. He's big.He's got it. He's going to be a force to be reckoned with."
     
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    haha, I went through the same thing...this is what i threw at them:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-614919460918995557&sourceid=docidfeed&hl=en

    its mario manhandling the Giants

    there is also some sweet picks of Mario creaming Eli on SI
     
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    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    So far, this is the best I've read for sure. A 15 year vet admitting he was completly lit up throughout the game. Sure he's old, but he's also been up against some of the best. The statement in bold is just priceless!.:mario2:
     
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    yeah i do, brb
     

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