Now that the Buffalo Bills own the highest-paid defensive player in league history, their defense needs to be better in 2012.
Not should be better. Not could be better. It needs to be better.
But, ah, hold on a minute, I was always told by my coaches and inspiration posters in my high school hallways that there is no I in team. One person can't do it on their own, I was told. They need the help of their team.
So what kind of help is Mario Williams getting?
There are a few different ways to tackle this. We could talk about up and coming players (Jairus Byrd, Arthur Moats), we could talk about veterans (Nick Barnett, George Wilson), we could talk about newcomers (Dareus, Gilmore). There are plenty of angles to attack the "Who can step up and help Mario improve this bend-but-don't-break-but-ultimately-shatter defense?" question. Today, I want to look solely at who is getting paid the most to help him. Simple logic would say, "Those who get compensated the most, should...