GARDENS, Fla. -- Mario Williams' reputation as a game-changer is recovering.
"This guy is an athlete and a force," Super
Bowl-winning coach Tony Dungy said Sunday night on NBC.
The Bills' pass rush seemed to have a decisive advantage
over the Miami Dolphins' beleaguered offensive line Sunday. The Bills ranked
third in sacks. The Dolphins had been giving up sacks at a franchise-record pace.
But the Bills were shut out for most of the game before Williams
picked up a pair of crucial sacks in the final seven minutes of the game. He
pancaked Ryan Tannehill on the first sack and then stripped him on the second
sack to help set up Dan Carpenter's winning field goal.