Wolfpackindahizzy4shizzy Dec 30, 9:50 p.m.
the coward thinks the Bears are still alive!!!
ya can't fix stupid.
kato_karma.v4 Dec 30, 9:44 p.m.
Mario...1 TFL today...back home on the sofa.
Julius...1 Fumble Recovered today...still in the playoff hunt...and a reservation in the Pro Bowl.
Wolfpackindahizzy4shizzy Dec 30, 7:56 p.m.
1 TFL as well today for SUPER MARIO!!! vs. the ZERO tackle day for peppers.
kato_karma.v4 Dec 30, 7:45 p.m.
3 tackles, 0 sacks in the soooper-doooper's last game of the season.
Suffice to say, the team as a whole and the defense in particular did not benefit from signing the rich guy from Richlands.
Smitty likes little boys Dec 27, 2:33 p.m.
Glad to see Peppers finally turned it around. He was downright awful towards the end with the Panthers. While I don't necessarily think a player who turns it on and off as he sees fit shouldn't be in the pro bowl, he got voted there regardless and congrats to him.
kato_karma.v3 Dec 27, 1:38 p.m.
Humm...wonder if Mario will be picked up as a Pro Bowl alternate?
(not likely...he and his Bill's defensive team mates are just not very good)
BTW, remember when fatmidgetgolfer dissed UNC's Peppers?
Well, Julius will be saying "ALOHA" again from Hawaii (from the Pro Bowl).
WolfPackInDaHouseV.15 Dec 26, 4:13 p.m.
Yet another former Pack player doing the RIGHT thing-
Mario Williams donates truck to vets
Associated Press | December 26, 2012
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has donated one of his pickup trucks to make the holidays happier for two Marine Corps veterans.
Williams had his 2009 Ford F-250 delivered to Sgt. Justin Hunter and his wife, Staff Sgt. Cherie Hunter of Jacksonville, N.C., last weekend. The two were chosen from a list provided by North Carolina-based Purple Heart Homes.
The Jacksonville Daily News first reported the donation on Monday.
Williams is from Richlands, N.C., and signed a six-year, $100 million contract with Buffalo in March. He decided to give one of his vehicles away as a chance to help. He was taken aback by the Hunters' story.
Cherie Hunter's vehicle recently broke down while making her regular 140-mile drive to attend culinary classes in Durham, N.C.
And the pansies have LT, so there's that.
WolfPackInDaHouseV.15 Dec 25, 10:01 a.m.
Who said anything about "making fun" of ya, pansy??? I was merely offering some of that "free Dr.'s advice".... Looks like my diagnosis was spot on, given your defensive reaction to it... Maybe you can get the coward to check it out (again) for ya!!!
Best wishes for it being, "nothing at all"....
Dr. Feelgood Dec 25, 9:02 a.m.
Just say "uncle", it's quicker.
Dr. Feelgood Dec 25, 9:00 a.m.
Prostate issues are a serous problem for men including Joe Theisman, but not for the Dr. as of yet. However I have 2 older friends surviving prostate cancer, one of the most prevalent in men. Prostate issues no matter who has them are serious stuff. Kind of like making fun of anyone who suffers from any disease...but that is the way you roll.
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