Mario Williams, defensive end for the Buffalo Bills, has a big forced fumble against the Miami Dolphins. The Bills are down 20-21 late in the fourth quarter, but the forced fumble came at a critical point in the game. The ball is nearing field goal range, which could be the game-winner for the Bills.
Williams also has two sacks in the game, along with 3 combined tackles. The Buffalo Bills are trying to beat their AFC East division opponent and move to 3-4 on the season. The Miami Dolphins will look to stop the Bills from scoring, and try to get a W to bring their record to 4-2.
According to ESPN, the Dolphins were a little nervous of Williams, and he just proved why.
“It’s his combination of size, speed and strength – he’s got all the tools that you look for in a prototypical defensive end,” (Jonathon) Martin said of Williams. “He’s a great player.”
Here’s what head coach Joe Philbin said on Williams,
“He’s got excellent length for one, and he gets off the football very well,” Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said Tuesday. “He’s got a variety of moves. They move in [and] around nicely in a variety of schemes. He’s not always in place.”