Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams told ProFootballWeekly.com that his wrist injury is affecting his ability to get past opposing offensive lineman because he can’t use his hands the way he needs to.
“I always get doubled, get chipped or get triples — it is what it is. The biggest thing that I have to do is to use my hands and overcome the whole wrist thing,” he said. “That’s what I do — I’m a hands person.”
I’m sorry, but if I were WIlliams and a team broke the bank to pay me, I’d suck up a wrist injury and do what it takes to get to the quarterback. With all the money he got paid, he needs to adjust his game and figure out how to be effective.