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'Tim Graham Show' Podcast: Kyle Williams talks learning 'D,' Mark McGwire*

Here's a revelation about Buffalo Bills defensive end Kyle Williams:

The only way an opponent can drive the five-time Pro Bowler nutso is to strangle him.

Or maybe cheapshot a teammate.

Williams simply doesn't respond to trash talk or other such nonsense, a part of his psychology we explored at "The Tim Graham Show" on Sports Radio 1270 The Fan.

Did you know that in 153 NFL games, Williams has cost the Bills 15 yards once? That he has been zapped only six times on third down?

Jerry Hughes, in 106 games, has committed 17 third-down penalties, four of them for 15 yards.

That was among the topics Williams humored us with. Also:

  • Buffalo's defensive identity as he plays for his eighth coordinator
  • What it's like to have a defensive coordinator who is a former head coach
  • How he handled his hero Mark McGwire's PED issues
  • If he will coach football once his playing days are done
  • Sammy Watkins' revelation that he thinks the Earth is flat

 

News Sports Columnist Jerry Sullivan also joined the show and debated with co-host Mike Rodak of ESPN and myself about quarterback development and whether it's too soon for the Bills to turn to rookie Nathan Peterman.

 

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Rundown

0:00-19:00: Rodak arrives late to the discussion to recap Bills media day with Sully and Tim

24:30-37:30: Debate about whether the Bills are establishing a winning culture

42:45-57:30: Sully sticks around to talk QB development and how soon the Bills should turn to Nathan Peterman

1:03:30-1:15:45: Trying to figure out the identity of the Bills defense

1:20:30-1:41:45: Interview with Kyle Williams

1:47:30-1:59:10: Gambling advice from Joel Staniszewski

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