Texans Owed Apologies? Maybe M. Williams Wasn't Such a Poor Choice, After All
Everyone (including me) who assailed the Houston Texans for taking defensive end Mario Williams over tailback Reggie Bush and quarterback Vince Young with the top overall selection in last year's draft might need to reassess.
While Bush and Young have their ups and downs, Williams has become one of the league's top pass rushers in his second NFL season.
He had 3-1/2 sacks of Denver quarterback Jay Cutler during the Texans' triumph over the Broncos on Thursday night. Williams has seven sacks in the Texans' last three games and 13 on the season, putting him a half-sack behind the Seattle Seahawks' Patrick Kerney for the NFL lead.
By Mark Maske |
December 14, 2007; 11:10 AM ET
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