I had been crying out for weeks about the importance of the Bills front office (namely Buddy Nix) to address the lack of a pass rush specialist along Buffalo’s defensive front. The Nix lead brass did exactly that by signing the premier defensive end in the National Football League in Mario Williams. By doing so they put to rest the previous stigma of them being a team you can stand comfortably in the pocket against. As a matter of fact they’re now a team aposing quarterbacks will have no choice but to fear when in obvious passing situations. While this is largely from the signing of Williams it was further stamped with the addition of 2011 Patriot sack leader Mark Anderson.