Laying the wood, laying the lumber, blowing him up, bringing the farm, momentum changing hit. There are many colorful ways of describing a big tackle by the defense in football. There is something so primal and immediate when a defensive player gets a running start, lines up the offensive player, and proceeds to knock the snot out of him (another colorful phrase). In the movie "Remember The Titans" a player on defense lays the smack-down (colorful phrase) on a running back, then says to him: "I'm gonna hit you so hard when you wake up you'll need a haircut". I guess that's Rip Van Winkle-ing your a**. Last night, Roy Williams was up to his old tricks. Last year we didn't get to see the best of Roy. His game is not suited to roaming the deep secondary, helping out in coverage. The guy is a hitter, an intimidator. He needs to be up in the box, needs to punish the offense, only then do we get to see his game flourish. Last night he was all over the field, doing bad things to the Texans. Roy has a little of The Hulk in him. Don't get him angry, you won't like him when he's angry. Texans tight end Mark Bruener never saw the T.V. show or read the comic books. He decided to engage in a little WWE exhibition with Roy right there in the middle of Texas Stadium. The inevitable followed; Roy started turning green, tore his uniform to shreds and proceeded to smash Houston players for the rest of the night. Williams was interviewed after the game about the fight with Bruener, he repeatedly growled the phrase "Hulk smash" before finally saying: “I told them they messed up,” Williams said. “I told them I was going to knock them out.” Apparently Bruener said some things Roy didn't like, the Texans' bench was saying things he didn't like. Anger management be damned. Roy Williams is a bad man.