TJP:What about this “Wildcat” situation? Neither of our teams have showed off this year’s version of the wildcat, do you think the secrecy has helped, or is silly, the way I have commented that it is?
BLD:It’s silly. I don’t think any team has had to defend against the Wildcat more than the Bills, since they are in the same division as the Dolphins and they haven’t been able to stop the run. It’s not like they won’t be prepared. And they certainly won’t be afraid of Tebow – Buffalo’s only win in the second half of 2011 was a dominating win over Tebow’s Broncos. I could be wrong, but I actually don’t think we’ll see much wildcat/Tebow Sunday. I think Rex is saving that for a little later.
TJP:How is Mario Williams looking? Should we be worried?
BLD:If there was one highlight from a rough preseason in Buffalo, it was the D-line. And it’s not just Mario Williams. Defensive tackle Kyle Williams might be the league’s most underrated defensive player. He’s very quick and powerful and wreaks havoc on interior defensive lines. Buffalo badly missed him last season. His partner at tackle, Marcell Dareus, quietly had a very nice rookie season in 2011. And the other end is Mark Anderson, who is coming off a 10-sack season with the Patriots. This has the potential to be among the very best lines in the league.