Crazy thought for the day: If Houston defensive end Mario Williams becomes a free agent, would the Philadelphia Eagles go after him?
I’ve been watching the Texans and how they handle the situation with Arian Foster and Mario Williams. My thinking was that there wouldn’t be any chance that either would hit the free agent market, especially Foster.
However, with LeSean McCoy in town, I could care less about Foster; my eyes are on Williams. I’ve been enamored with him since he came out of North Carolina State in 2006 and drafted No. 1 over all by Houston.
He’s the type of defensive end I’ve always preferred in that he’s big, powerful, fast, and equally as good against the run as he is against the pass. I’ve never been a fan of the “fastballs” or “motor midgets” that the Eagles tend to gravitate towards.
Last year, when the Texans switched to a 3-4 defense under Wade Phillips, they moved Williams to the OLB position. I viewed that as somewhat odd, because he’s bi