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Mario Williams was the most polarizing and scrutinized player in Texans history. When he was bad or underachieving, his mood could be surly or distant. When he was good, he never was good enough. He was considered aloof, lazy, moody.
And one thing he definitely never could be was Vince Young or Reggie Bush.
He wore fame and fortune like a potato sack.
That's why Mario will hear more boos and venom than even David Carr ever did.
As big of a bust as Carr was, even his harshest critics could not deny that he was a victim of a bad team and a constant beating.
Mario never was a victim of anything other than being the image of what could have been.
And he will be monumentally booed and harassed because of it.