Daryl Williams played very well all season for the Buffalo Bills at right tackle and the game last year against the Steelers was certainly a highlight. The reason was the caliber of player he was expected to block and the job he did.
He, along with some help from tight ends and running backs, was able to keep T.J. Watt, who would go on to win AFC Defensive Player of the Year, from registering a sack or getting really any pressure on Josh Allen.
This year, there was some question earlier in the week if Watt would even play as he was having a contract dispute with the Steelers. However, that was resolved and the two sides agreed to a four-year, $112 million extension and paved the way for him to play Sunday.
While most of the attention will be on Josh Allen, he will need help from his offensive line to give him time to make a play. If Daryl Williams can have another game like he did last year, it will help put Allen in a position to be successful.