Quote of the Day
Today’s quote of the day comes from Lee-owns receiver Ray Williams (with a long belt) For some reason Williams decided to go off and guarantee a victory when the Lions play the Bears next Sunday.
"We'll win this game," Williams said Monday. "You can take that as a guarantee … or what not, but we will win this game." A few moments later a reporter asked Williams if he was making a Rasheed Wallace type gurantee. Williams responded by saying, "I'm just saying, we're going to go out there and play the way we supposed to play, and when we play the way we're supposed to play, we're supposed to win, that's what I'm saying. We're supposed to win.” Williams, who got worked over as a sophomore for Odessa Permian by the Coogs in 1997 went on to say, "No 'Sheed. No nothing. Just, when we play the way we're supposed to play -- like our defense played the way they played Sunday -- when we play the way we're supposed to play, I don't think there's any team in this league that can beat us. Offensively, we beat ourselves. No defense can stop us, in my opinion. That's only my opinion. We are our only defense." Finally Roy showed off his math skills by saying "It was stupid how close we were to putting 40 points on the board." Ummm, are we talking about the same game Roy? The game you and your team lost to the Seahawks 9-6? You might be able to argue that your D came through, but how were you so close to putting 40 points on the board? The only thing stupid is you giving the arguably best defense in the league bulletin board material.