Mark Sanchez or Tim Tebow, play-action pass, run or wildcat formation: Mario Williams isn't worried about what the New York Jets might have in store for the Buffalo Bills defense this weekend.
Whatever it might be, the defensive end can't see how it'll blunt the Bills' new-look and high-priced pass rush.
''No,'' Williams said, repeating the word three times Wednesday.
The Bills' season opener at the Meadowlands Sunday leaves Williams eager and ready to finally start earning the six-year, $100 million contract he signed in March.
Williams' addition provides the Bills once-porous and patchwork defense both a presence and new pass-rushing dimension. He has the immediate potential to improve a unit that allowed a franchise-worst 5,938 yards and mustered 29 sacks - 10 coming in one game - last season.