Eric Wright, Brandon McDonald, Sean Jones and Brodney Pool you have been fairly warned. Corey Williams, your own teammate, does not like you, in fact he may loathe you. On Tuesday Williams may have inadvertently put a contract out on their heads when he said this:
"Once you go to putting that wood on him, go to really hitting him, not letting him run wild like he wants to do, he's a totally different running back. He'll start tiptoeing, shutting it down. (If our defense can) come out and hit (Jacobs) in the mouth from the jump, he tends to slow down and do some tiptoeing."
Brandon Jacobs is a Ginormous man (A Scientific term referring to a man who is 6'4'' 264 pounds) who feasts on corners and safeties for a living, or maybe just for fun, or maybe just because he gets hungry out there. You would think Corey Williams of all people would remember this. After all, It was Williams who witnessed first hand one of Jacobs most famous sit down dinners. On the first play from scrimmage in the NFC championship game, Jacobs broke right, whipped out his beloved Kraft ranch dressing, drizzled some on Charles Woodson, and then devoured him whole. In case you didn't see it, think of Jon Voigt getting swallowed in Anaconda, and if you didn't see that, well then, you're just not trying are you? In the Superbowl, Jacobs thought better of chomping on safety Brandon Merriweather, and instead flicked him five feet in the air with his pinkie finger. On opening night of 08, Jacobs took out a bottle of Franks Red Hot, poured it on Leron Landry, and finished him off with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. Imagine playing football and suddenly you realize a Giant amongst men is pouring hot sauce on you, that has to be disturbing. Perhaps when Williams refers to "tip toeing" or "shutting it down," he means hitting a guy so bone - crunchingly hard that an entire stadium of 60,000 fans reacts with a synchronized "oooooooooohhhhhh my god, that guy may be dead."