No one has better epitomized the first half of the Buffalo Bills' 2012 season than Mario Williams.
The $100 million man has only registered 3.5 sacks while often being unable to beat single blockers and sometimes getting pushed around on the field by tight ends. He's been a non-factor for much of the year, just like the rest of a defensive unit that's posting one of the worst paces of all-time in terms of stopping the run.
But, just like the team hopes to have had made improvements during its bye week last week, Williams hopes a medical procedure he had done will lead to better results.
Williams discussed the surgery he had done to his wrist last week with the media Monday. He said the work was done to remove tissue and other scar-like material that had been deposited there after he first hurt the wrist earlier in the year. He said the cleaning helped get rid of materials that were, in many cases, limiting him to one hand on the field::
"Well, by doing that, it is just ...