OK, I don’t think that’s exactly what he meant – but check out this quote from Newsday:
“I’m like birth control,” Wilson said. “You have to believe in me. Like birth control, 99.9 percent of the time I’m going to come through for you.”
What the fuck, bro? You’re the worst contraceptive ever. Finding out you knocked up a broad on birth control the 2nd time you nailed her & then having her cry all over you immediately afterwards is a horrific scenario I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Doesn’t really matter if it never happens again – the damage is done. You’re either punting the rest of your weekends thanks to shared custody or at least coughing up a couple hondo for a vacuuming at Planned Parenthood. Yet that’s exactly how the David Wilson Pill works. Second career carry…fumble…weep city. Terrible metaphor, #22.
I like his confidence though. In this same article he also talks about how he’ll end up a Hall of Famer. While that seems ridiculous to think right now, I always appreciate that more than the commonplace “whatever my team needs me to do, I’ll do”. As a rookie on a Super Bowl-defending team, he certainly should know his role. It’s much different than a Trent Richardson, who needs to immediately be the workhorse. Shut your mouth, step up when your number is called & quit the fumbling. Oh, and stop crying you baby. But don’t be shy. Let everyone know your goal is to be great, then prove it whenever you can. Wilson’s done just that lately while slowly digging himself out of Coughlin’s doghouse. On top of being a threat on kickoffs, he’s also racked up 79 yards on 9 garbage-time carries in the past two games – including a 40-yard score. We’re getting glimpses of the home run threat he was drafted to be. Whether or not that translates to Barry Sanders, Jr. & a HOF career remains to be seen – but his chance will come. Until then, focus on making it harder for TC to leave you on the sidelines by breaking one off in front of your home crowd against the Skins. With Bradshaw skipping practice again & officially questionable, it could be a coming-out party for “The Pill”.