CB Aaron Williams and the rest of the secondary were not the beneficiaries of consistent pass pressure last season. That figures to change this coming season, which should make life a bit easier for Buffalo’s cover men on the back end.
“One of things that (Secondary coach) George (Catavolos) told me about as long as you’re in leverage you’ll make plays,” said Williams. “It’s not about always jamming the guy on the line of scrimmage or being in the right speed. It’s all about leverage because you know at the end of the day Mario (Williams), Mark (Anderson), Marcell (Dareus) and Kyle (Williams) and all those guys are going to go after the quarterback and the quarterback’s going to have maybe less than two seconds to get the ball out so it’s going to benefit all of us DB’s.”
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