Sep 8, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams (95) celebrates a sack on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Patriots beat the Bills 23 to 21. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Kyle Williams Never Seems To Disappoint

As the Bills get back at it this week I really want to see how they will play coming off their long awaited bye. Giving their injured players time to heel and also everyone time to collect thoughts and just get away for a little bit I believe is good. One player that I know will be ready to go is Kyle Williams. No matter the circumstances this team has faced he always seems to be on top on his game and this year is no different.

On this team Kyle is not just known as another player but rather a Pro Bowler, leader and lastly a professional. He has never been the guy to place blame on anyone besides himself and also has great pride in his play.

We all know Williams has dealt with his fair share of injuries during his time with the Bills but looking at what he can do when healthy it is amazing. How well he plays and complements his teammates has this defensive line absolutely dominating their offensive opponents. Kyle has already passed his career best in the sacks department and also I believe he will have a new high in tackles as well. The all-around intelligence he has of this game has made so many guys on this defense better. Never involved with any off field issues and hard work just shows you what kind of guy he is.

So when the Bills take on the Flacons in Toronto this week I’ll be keeping an eye on Williams to see if he can continue this great season he’s putting together. Just remember that this Bills team has to continue to draft well and also in the later rounds. If you didn’t know Kyle was a 5th round selection back in the 2006 draft.

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