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Mario Williams

Unread postby jta1975 » Sat Jan 07, 2012 9:16 pm

Does Houston really need to pay Mario Williams a king's ransom this off season?

11.5 sacks from Barwin and a combined 11.5 sacks from rookies Watt and Brooks...

Would you pay Mario Williams Julius Peppers money to come to Cleveland? Shit yeah!

Is that a dream or what? Sheard,Taylor,Rubin,Williams...Big Ben thinks we beat him up this year...Wow!

To some it sounds like a wet dream that terrorizes you with no remorse but if you stop and see how they have played this year without him, and start looking at payrolls you can see how it is possible that he is wearing a different uniform next year so why not ours?
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Re: Mario Williams

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Sun Jan 08, 2012 2:17 pm

jta1975 wrote:Does Houston really need to pay Mario Williams a king's ransom this off season?

11.5 sacks from Barwin and a combined 11.5 sacks from rookies Watt and Brooks...

Would you pay Mario Williams Julius Peppers money to come to Cleveland? Shit yeah!

Is that a dream or what? Sheard,Taylor,Rubin,Williams...Big Ben thinks we beat him up this year...Wow!

To some it sounds like a wet dream that terrorizes you with no remorse but if you stop and see how they have played this year without him, and start looking at payrolls you can see how it is possible that he is wearing a different uniform next year so why not ours?


SD:

From a cap resources investment QB LT dominating DE and cornerback take up your top four .

If his medical report comes back clear paired with Sheard you could net 30 sacks from that position alone between the two of them .

With that kinda pressure your secondary would look soooo much better .

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Re: Mario Williams

Unread postby Hikohadon » Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:32 pm

I love the idea or Mario in Cleveland.

One question: Doesn't he play the majority of his pass rush snaps from the left side (against the RT)?

And, if so, that puts him smack dab in Sheard area, and we cannot assume that Sheard will be anywhere near as effective on the right side (since he was totally negated when the Browns tried that for a game this year).

If you can put Mario on the right side and have him be effective - yeah, that sounds good.
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