Bills’ Williams criticizes coaches after another bad loss

Mario Williams took aim at the Bills coaches after losing the Redskins.
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After the Buffalo Bills’ 35-25 loss in Washington eliminated the franchise from playoff contention, defensive end Mario Williams had some pointed comments about the team’s game plan.

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.

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.

Before the game began, it was reported that Williams might be playing his final games in a Bills uniform and while he didn’t exactly confirm that thought after the game, he didn’t deny it either.

Rex Ryan also said that changes may be coming in Buffalo.

Whether those changes will include Williams, Ryan, or both remains to be seen.

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