2/3 of Earth is covered by water, the rest is covered by Patrick Willis

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Patrick Willis once sacked the quarterback before the ball was snapped. He was not offsides.

Patrick Willis wears pads and a helmet because it is mandated by the league rules. Everyone else in the NFL wears pads and a helmet because of Patrick Willis.

Patrick Willis CAN believe it’s not butter.

Patrick Willis once returned a fumble and an interception for a touchdown on the same play.

Patrick Willis likes his eggs sunny side up, with salt, pepper, and ground wide receiver.

Patrick Willis has slammed a revolving door.

Patrick Willis has a photographic memory. He knows everyone’s number, in the entire world, by heart. He owns a phone book simply so he can rip it in half. With one hand.

“Back at One,” by Brian McKnight was written about Patrick Willis.

Patrick Willis does not think that comparisons between himself and Ray Lewis are fair... to Ray Lewis.

It has been said that Barry Bonds once hit a homerun and the ball never landed. This is not true. The story has been confused with that of the time that Patrick Willis once hit a running back, who never landed.

When Patrick Willis does pushups he does not push himself up, he pushes the ground down.

Patrick Willis does not wear condoms. Nothing can protect you from Patrick Willis.

In the Merriam-Webster Unabridged English Dictionary, Patrick Willis is simply defined as "BEASTMODE".


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But on the reals...

San Francisco 49er linebacker Patrick L. Willis was born January 25, 1985 in Bruceton, Tennessee. He attended Central High School in Bruceton where he was a four year varsity football star, receiving numerous awards including Tennessee’s Mr. Football in 2002. He is the only player in Tennessee high school football history to be nominated for both offensive and defensive Mr. Tennessee honors. As a senior, Willis rushed for 2,167 yards and 30 touchdowns, averaging 11.2 yards per carry. He recorded 494 tackles, 23 sacks, 13 interceptions, and 6 defensive touchdowns in his high school career. Was also a 3 year varsity baseball and basketball player, averaging a double-double over his career, with 20 PPG and 10 REB.

Willis attended the University of Mississippi on a football scholarship to play linebacker. He received limited playing time his freshman season but earned All-SEC Honorable Mention as a sophomore. He made is first collegiate start September 5, 2005 against Memphis. He recorded 14 tackles, 2 for loss, and forced a fumble. He picked up All-SEC honors as well as being named to the 1st Team All-American team, and was named SEC Defensive Player of the Year as a junior. As a senior in 2006 he won the Lambert and Butkus Awards as the nation’s best linebacker.

Willis was drafted in the 1st round of the 2007 draft by San Francisco with 11th overall pick. He is rated an 85 overall in Madden 2008, the 2nd highest rated rookie in the game.

During the 2007 NFL seaon Patrick Willis ruined running backs, recievers and quarterbacks at an alarming rate. Because tackles are not an official statistic kept by the NFL, it cannot be said that he set a record with 174 as a rookie, but it can be said that he is what is often referred to as a killing machine. P-Will finished the 2007 season as the NFL's leading tackler, a Pro Bowler, D-ROY, and runner up for D-Player of the Year. In Willis' first pro season this has become the Largest Patrick WIllis group on facebook, and the fastest growing "2/3 of Earth..." group. Thank you to all of our members.