Mario Williams: "I hope that every week we can feed off one another"

Posted Sep 18, 2013

The Bills defensive end talks about being named the AFC defensive player of the week, and what he expects when facing the Jets this weekend.

DE Mario Williams

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Q: Congratulations on the Defensive Player of the Week Award. What does that mean to you?

A: It just means to keep pushing, just keep getting after it, going out there and playing ball.

Q: The player of the week and your name is in the Bills record books now. There has to be some sense of personal satisfaction there.

A: Yeah, there is. I think it’s just showing the work that we put in, especially after this new coaching staff and new schemes. Like I said the 11 guys on defense that are playing together, going out there and trying to make it happen.

Q: What are you expecting to see from the Jets this week?

A: I think at the end of the day they obviously have a bunch of formations. They’re a big chip team, so we’ll get a mixture of things. But I don’t look at it… focusing on myself because everybody across the board has made plays. That’s the thing that’s good about us is we all are capable and in the position to help out and take pressure off one another so that’s a good thing.

Q: Do you think your week last week could open up things for other guys on the line?

A: I hope that every week we can feed off on another. The more we can get after the quarterback regardless of who it is the better.