His heart was in Detroit. It stopped beating the moment he was traded. There was that infamous quote about how he ripped the Cowboys organization for not having the heart that the Lions organization did.
After CJ arrived and his role with the Lions diminished he wanted out. He was thrilled by the trade to Dallas because that was the team he cheered for growing up and he had the opportunity to return home. _________________
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Posted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:25 am Post subject:
Williams had supreme talent, which he was able to coast by on in college. Then he faced real competition in the pros and floundered. His biggest accomplishment as a pro was mercilessly hazing rookie receivers.
It's a testament to his talent that he was able to mail it in for a number of years and continue getting paychecks. Oh, what could have been if he had actually committed himself to the game... _________________
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Couldn't we have Gallery Furniture "Saves You Money" day vs. Buffalo where everyone is given a stack of cash to throw as Mario exists the tunnel?
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