Regardless of whether you’re a bully team or not, matching personnel is a practical need, so that’s not an incredibly compelling case. When the changes happen, though, is relevant, and Williams took issue with that.
Mario: "We're trying to switch men as they're coming out of the huddle. That's happened a few times in 10 years with me. A few times."
Williams couldn’t be more correct there. This doesn’t paint a picture of a team that has a sense of what they want to do. When the opposing team is coming out of the huddle, good defenses aren’t scrambling men on and off of the field. That’s a sign of disarray and even mediocre offenses can usually find where the problems are and exploit them. Obviously, the Redskins did that today.