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Old 09-28-2012, 10:38 AM   #4
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Thanks Chevss.. The funning thing about Mario Williams is that I've always thought his sacks were mostly coverage sacks or "Gump Sacks" we used to call it in college. Rarely did you see him just dominate someone off the snap and get the QB

Peter King agrees with you, Em.

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As has been the case through three games total, defensive end Williams is not getting the pressure the Bills paid $16 million a year for -- and it's not because opposing offenses are stacking up to block him, a ProFootballFocus.com study found. In 101 passing plays with Williams rushing, he has 1.5 sacks (PFF disputes the half-sack, claiming the sack should belong solely to tackle Marcel Dareus), with one additional quarterback hit and six pressures.
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