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Right tackle Byron Bell said he felt like he held his own against Williams.

“There was a play here and there,” Bell said. “When Cam was scrambling he’d come in on the back side late. Those things are going to happen. I could stay on him longer but I mean, it wasn’t a match that difficult. I’ve played against better guys.

“Don’t get me wrong, he’s a good player. I feel like I played well against him for the most part. You try to go out there and win every block but it’s the National Football League. That man gets paid just like I get paid. I’m going to go out there and keep battling and get ready to work. I know what I’m capable of.”

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loser mentality...  guess what that boils down to.....   coaching and ownership

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this is starting to become really bad. this team is brainwashed.

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Nate Chandler is a better option than Bell.

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Hate to see what it would look like if he had a bad game.

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Right tackle Byron Bell said he felt like he held his own against Williams.

“There was a play here and there,” Bell said. “When Cam was scrambling he’d come in on the back side late. Those things are going to happen. I could stay on him longer but I mean, it wasn’t a match that difficult. I’ve played against better guys.

“Don’t get me wrong, he’s a good player. I feel like I played well against him for the most part. You try to go out there and win every block but it’s the National Football League. That man gets paid just like I get paid. I’m going to go out there and keep battling and get ready to work. I know what I’m capable of.”

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/09/15/4317017/mario-williams-feels-great-after.html#.UjZVoz_DvYM#storylink=cpy

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He needs to be suspended for violating the league's drug policy if he trully believes he played well.

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The Titanic captain also held his own versus the iceberg.

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