When John Tyler senior Tyus Bowser puts on a helmet, his teammates and coaches claim he's no longer human.
"I've never met no one like Tyus," said John Tyler defensive end Kevante Jefferson. "Tyus is just the machine."
The machine is always on.
"My motor keeps going," said Bowser. "I don't stop."
"The thing is his motor keeps going in everything he does," said Jefferson. "When he goes to quarterback or receiver his motor keeps going."
When Bowser's on the field, expect a big play.
"Something is going to go wrong when I'm on the field," said Bowser.
The machine wrecked havoc in the Lions second round playoff win over Wylie. Bowser finished the game with an incredible 7 sacks.
"I knew the tackle on the left side couldn't stop me," said Bowser. "That's when I knew I could dominate."
Opposing quarterbacks have very little chance when Bowser is on the field.
The Lions senior has put up 22 sacks on the season. Bowser has averaged nearly 4 sacks a game, the past 5 weeks.
"You get that mindset to go out and dominate every play," said Bowser.
His teammates believe he can get even better.
"He's (Bowser) starting to understand that what he can do," said John Tyler defensive tackle Chris Mobley. "He can do it all the time. He can do it with ease. When he understands that, there's no stopping him."
Unstoppable? It appears the machine already is.
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