Happy Sunday Mario Williams travels to Charlotte to battle the Panthers and Philip Rivers travels to New England to battle the cheaters. Enjoy. Be Sociable, Share! TweetShare this:FacebookTwitterPocketEmail Mario Williams, Philip Rivers ← NC State 38 Wofford 17 Clemson Opens As An 8.5 Point Favorite → 28 Responses to “Happy Sunday” Luke12321 09/16/2007 at 10:33 AM # Philip Rivers travels to New England to battle the cheaters!! LMAO! I hope he goes crazy on the pats. Mario, best of luck against my panthers! I have your defense in my fantasy league so shut the panthers out. Anyone going to the panthers game? If so, support Mario as loud as you can. wolfman 09/16/2007 at 11:00 AM # I think the Patriots should have to forfeit any win in which they were actually caught cheating. Fines don’t mean squat to these guys, because they already have tons of money. Losing one or two draft picks doesn’t mean much either, as they can go out and buy free agents all day long (see first point). I say take their wins if they are caught cheating. Hit them where it hurts the most. They didn’t win fair and square, and everybody knows it, so why not? As much as I have applauded Goodell for taking the reins on the rampant disregard for rules and decency in the NFL, I think he actually dropped the ball on this one. noah 09/16/2007 at 11:11 AM # They should have to vacate the first day of the draft for two years. Think that won’t hurt them? ask the T-Wolves. highonlowe 09/16/2007 at 1:13 PM # Here’s a decent write-up comparing Mario to Julius. From the Houston Chronicle stlouiswufpacker 09/16/2007 at 1:21 PM # ^for some reason I thought the article you linked would be about Mario and Julius HODGE….. its Sunday, nevermind. noah 09/16/2007 at 3:25 PM # The panthers are getting dominated. Houston has scored 31 unanswered points. Nick Goings decided the best thing to do when you take a kickoff seven yards deep was to run it out, fumbled, and Houston scored. redfred2 09/16/2007 at 3:36 PM # ^^It’s kind of ironic that we hear such humble comments coming a product of the CTC school of thought, AND, on top of that, a kid who was selected as the first player in the NFL draft. It doesn’t really fit the MO, but it is very refreshing to have that type of personality out there in the limelight. noah 09/16/2007 at 3:38 PM # You mean like…Phillip Rivers? redfred2 09/16/2007 at 3:43 PM # Yep, I guess so noah. Good point. BJD95 09/16/2007 at 5:00 PM # Hope nobody had the Panthers in their survival pool…or the Bengals. I went with Da Bears. highstick 09/16/2007 at 6:26 PM # Hate to see the Panthers lose, but it makes it easier when the other team has a Wolfpack player on it that has been “dismissed by the media” as being unworthly of the Number 1 pick. I’d bet Julius Peppers is paying attention to Mario now! noah 09/16/2007 at 7:33 PM # Well, Mario Williams is no Reggie Bush. Bush ran for twenty-seven whole yards today. He averaged THREE whole yards a carry. That guy is a machine. redfred2 09/16/2007 at 7:56 PM # The game wasn’t on in my area, so how did Mario look? Did he have a good game, get double teamed, or did they run away from him? Any comments about Williams vs Peppers from the guys in the booth? noah 09/16/2007 at 8:18 PM # I watched about half of the game and Williams was doing fine. He was getting a good push on his man. Looked like the Panthers were running away from him a lot. Wulfpack 09/16/2007 at 8:21 PM # ^1 tackle, 1 pass deflection. He looked ok, had a bone jaring hit on DeAngelo I believe. Panthers got down and barely ran the ball late in the game. Dr. BadgerPack 09/16/2007 at 8:27 PM # Give Reggie Bush some credit… he had a FANTASTIC personal foul. john of sparta 09/16/2007 at 8:35 PM # last year it was Saints…this year Texans. without video, how will the AFC win? packgrad2000 09/16/2007 at 8:56 PM # AAAHHHH…Rivers first pass (and Chargers’ first play) is intercepted. Definitely looked very out of character for Philip. redfred2 09/16/2007 at 9:00 PM # Not that Mario is there, YET, but are game plans and schemes so specialized nowdays that the presence of a single outstanding defensive talent can alter the thinking so much so that a team never has a chance from the onset? Or, maybe that’s all BS and it’s much simplier…the Panthers are just that bad. noah 09/16/2007 at 10:08 PM # The texans aren’t anywhere near as bad as people make them out to be. They have some good players, they just were getting killed on the lines. Mario is healthy and they added the rookie DT. On offense, they’ve finally got their OL healthy and cohesive and it’s paying off. highstick 09/16/2007 at 10:56 PM # Ugh, San Diego looked “snakebitten”! beowolf 09/17/2007 at 12:05 AM # The Patriots put on a clinic tonight. That 10-minute drive in the 4th quarter was unreal. BoKnowsNCS71 09/17/2007 at 9:10 AM # Patriots are strong now but it’s a long season. What matters more is that Phillip leads them to a V in the playoffs. branjawn 09/17/2007 at 10:38 AM # redfred, i live in NY and haven’t been able to watch the Panthers either, until yesterday! go here, see first post http://packandpanther.blogspot.com/ partialqualifier 09/17/2007 at 11:13 AM # The Chargers looked horrible! That was the worst defensive performance I have ever seen. I just watched Tom Brady walk off the field after the game..and his uniform is spotless!! He wasn’t touched all night! How in the hell do you fly all the way across the country and not hit Tom Brady all night? I am no fan of Marty-Ball but at least his teams were tough physically. Right now the Chargers can’t block or tackle well at all. There is a reason guys like Norv Turner don’t win, and usually it’s because their teams do not have the mental and physical toughness to sustain success week in and week out! Last night was pathetic. 1 2 Next » Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. You must be logged in to post a comment. Leave your opinion here. Please be nice. Your Email address will be kept private.