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Mario Williams: Thin secondary makes D-line feel 'a lot of stress'

Mario Williams - McCoy

Bills defensive end Mario Williams said the thin defensive backfield adds a lot of stress. (File photo by James P. McCoy/Buffalo News)

The Baltimore Ravens have shown a substandard offense
through three games.

The Ravens enter Sunday's game versus the Buffalo Bills
ranked 30th in total offense, 25th in rushing offense and 20th in passing
offense.

Then again, the New York Jets looked pedestrian before thrashing the Bills' defense Sunday.

Buffalo's
secondary was vulnerable at the Meadowlands. When cornerback Leodis McKelvin
left the game with a hamstring injury on the first series, the added strain impacted the entire
defense.

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