More Hosannas For Mike Williams

August 30th, 2010

Bucs fans already know the pewter pirates, specifically Bucs general manager Mark Dominik, may have gotten the steal of the draft in wide receiver Mike Williams.

Count Peter King as a believer as well.

The longtime Sports Illustrated columnist put down his cup of coffee and bowl of oatmeal to describe how impressed he is with the Bucs rookie in King’s must-read Monday Morning Quarterback column.

I think the two Mike Williamses, the rookie from Syracuse in Tampa Bay, and the vet trying to make a comeback in Seattle, had interesting Saturdays. … The Tampa Williams made a couple of great catch-and-run plays. Too early to make a judgment on the Tampa Williams because of all the baggage in his past, but if Tampa Bay hits on him, imagine the value for the 101st player picked in the draft.

If that little nugget isn’t enough for you to click on the link and read King, there’s also some troubling hate on Stylez White included as well as some of King’s time-honored staples such as musings on coffee, travel, oatmeal and Brett Favre.

2 Responses to “More Hosannas For Mike Williams”

  1. big007hed Says:

    Glad to hear that King can say some nice stuff about the Bucs. I hope another receiver steps up so that way Williams isn’t completely covered all the time.

  2. BigMacAttack Says:

    Hosanna Hosannadanna