Mario Williams spent most of last season cherry picking his opportunities. The Buffalo Bills' aggressive defense would move the NFL's highest paid quarterback-hunter around the field, switching the sides he'd attack from routinely. One snap the three-time Pro Bowler was at the strength of the formation, the next he's facing the opposition's weakest offensive tackle. Williams wrecked the Dolphins' game plan being used in that fashion, leading the Bills to two defense-dominated victories over Miami by registering three of his 13 sacks against the Dolphins. He'll likely continue to manhandle Miami's offense if the franchise doesn't fortify the offensive line in next week's NFL Draft. General Manager Dennis Hickey added 2013 Pro Bowl left tackle Branden Albert in free agency. He also signed former Rams backup guard Shelley Smith and former Hurricanes standout tackle Jason Fox to smaller deals. But expect the Dolphins to use at least two of their seven draft picks on the offensive line.
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Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | May 2