Bills Pro Bowl DT Kyle Williams did not make the top 100 list as voted by NFL players, but SI columnist Peter King had him in his top 30.
King listed him in his weekly Monday Morning QB column today at #27 with the following explanation.
Surprised at me having Kyle Williams 27 while the players, apparently, don’t have him in the top 100? Watch some video of him. He consistently occupies two blockers. Always moving forward. A machine. I remember talking to Chan Gailey about him last year. This is a man who coached Emmitt Smith, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin — and I do believe I have never heard him rave about any player the way he raved to me about Williams.
Nice to see Williams getting some deserving recognition, but Gailey’s comments to King are even more interesting. As a reminder in our Top 10 Performances of 2010, we profile Kyle’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with Bills defensive line coach Giff Smith. It’s not to be missed and is set to air on Buffalobills.com in July. I’ll keep you posted.
Tags: Kyle Williams, Top 10 Performances of 2010
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