SI.com took a nice look at how Mario Williams makes an impact on defense with the Texans and uses visual examples. It’s worth checking out.
SI.com’s Chris Burke wisely looks at Williams’ effectiveness in Houston’s old 4-3 defense knowing he’ll be playing in a similar scheme in Buffalo. He also then examines Buffalo’s existing talent from last season (albeit without Kyle Williams) and provides some promising insight as to what the Bills will be able to do to cause headaches for opposing offensive lines.
The image I like the most is seeing him get nine yards deep on a pass play and still bend the corner and harass the quarterback.
Tags: 2012 regular season, 4-3 defense, Mario Williams
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