Found October 30, 2012 on
Whenever I hear someone talk about a player being streaky, I automatically think of Thomas Vanek. I'm not sure if that is fair, because some people say ALL scorers are streaky while others don't believe in that. One day, I'll be sure to do a post on here to compare Vanek to other scorers in the NHL.
For today, I'm going to check out if Mario Williams is a streaky sackmaster. Over the last few days, I've heard a few reporters from Houston go on WGR to explain Mario's impact on and off the field. For once, I'm going to avoid the off the field escapades. On the field, there seems to be a consensus from them that Mario is streaky player. He gets sacks in bunches.
So, does Mario get 3 sacks in one game and go sackless for the next three? As of now, Mario only has 3.5 sacks on the season. He's sacked the QB in only two games.
Of course, we measure everything in sacks if you are a defensive lineman, but if you are helping other guys get sacks ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams returns to Houston on Sunday to face the Texans butsays he never wanted to go elsewhere. Williams, the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft by the Texans in 2006, accepted a six-year, $100 million contract offer from the Bills during the offseason when he became a free agent. The Texans refused to use a franchise tag that would have cost them ...
Since week one, all Bills fans have heard about is this ailing wrist that Mario Williams is dealing with.
Williams has attributed it to his poor play during his first seven games as a Bill, constantly saying that it’s hampering him because of the pain. Now, that should be behind him.
During the Bills bye-week, Williams had a “mystery procedure” done to alleviate the pain and...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams told FOX 26 Sports that he never wanted to become a free agent and leave the Texans.
“I didn’t want to enter free agency in the first place, but it was a one-way door given to me by the GM to leave Houston, ” Williams said. “I want the fans there to know entering free agency was not my decision.”
Williams says he’s excited about...
Mario Williams hopes to be back on the field this Sunday, not that you may have realised his absence anyway in his blink-and-you’ll-miss-him-season thus far.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on Sunday his own earlier story that Buffalo was fined $20,000 for failing to disclose Williams’ injury earlier in the season despite the defensive end never missing a practice. The...
This week’s Water Cooler features QCS writers Mike Bundt, Ryan Talbot and Mike Straw.
Mike Bundt: What’s up everybody! We return to the Water Cooler this week in better spirits with the Bills returning to action this week.
There are a lot of questions with the Bills now after a 3-4 start to their season but we’ll start with Mario Williams. After getting his wrist operated on...
The Buffalo Bills battle the Houston Texans this Sunday at Reliant Stadium in what will be the first homecoming for former Texans’ first round pick Mario Williams. The 6-1 Texans are coming off a big win versus AFC rival Baltimore Ravens while the 3-4 Bills are looking to rebound after a 35-34 loss to the Titans. Both teams are coming off bye weeks and should be well rested...
The bye week is over and the Bills are back to work preparing for the Texans. I got a Q&A set up with Patrick Starr, who writes for the State of Texans. Of course, we talk Mario Williams, the impact of JJ Watts, Andre Johnson's health and Matt Schaub's play. Enjoy and tell a friend.
1) If you were the opposing offensive/defensive coordinator, how would you attack...