BuffaloBills.com conducted a poll to find out which player should be the defensive most valuable player.
TheÂ results of the poll makes it look like one big joke.
According to the site, via ProFootballTalk.com, defensive tackle Kyle Williams is Bills fans defensive MVP.
Are you serious?Â Did you even watch the games people?
The fact of the matter is that free safety Jairus Byrd is the real defensive MVP as his interceptions alone won the games against the New York Jets and Carolina Panthers as it out the offense in great field position.
Williams had a good year when it comes to sacks as he recorded four on the year, but when it comes to the run that is a whole other story.
Watching the game back on my DVRÂ I closely followed the defensive tackles and with Williams it was the same thing over and over again.
Williams against single team blocking was okay at times, but that was very rare.
The reason being teams have figured out that if you use a combination block you can push Williams around, and open a huge hole.
Also, Williams allows the offensive lineman who is releasing to the linebackers a free release as he doesn’t grab on to jerseys or anything else.
All Williams has to do is fall down as both offensive lineman would then fall right over you, which I learned back in high school, which will also free up the linebackers.
In the end Williams is nothing more than a back up as he sure the heck wouldn’t be a starter on a good team.
The reports states that owners Chip Roosenbloom and Lucia Rodriguez have narrowed the potential ownership groups to three.
One of the groups is headed by Saint Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts.
The second is a group that has ties to Toronto and I wouldn’t be surprised that the group is Rogers Communication as it is clear that they want a team.
The third group right now remains unidentified at the moment, but Miklasz states that what he does know of the group is that they are not from Saint Louis.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Howard Blazer reported last week that the current leading bid isn’t Checketts, which means that Checketts is going to have to reach deep into his pockets to pony up some more cash if he wants the team.
If Rogers Communication is one of the bidders it is a smart move as they can have a team locked up and will just have to wait five yearsÂ when their buyout option comes up in 2014 to move the team without any problem.
With the Bills they would wind up having to wait longer if Wilson lives long enough to renew Ralph Wilson Stadium’s lease.
In the end it is looking like the Ram’s time in Saint Louis is coming to an end.