Williams: 'I've seen a lot in the young guys'

Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams joined Mike Schopp as part of Buffalo Bills Football Monday

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November 05, 2018 - 4:59 pm

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Despite a 41-9 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday at New Era Field, the Buffalo Bills' defense was up to the task and did all they could to limit the Bears from start to finish.

The Buffalo defense shut down the Bears effectively on Sunday, limiting Chicago to just 190 yards of total offense for the afternoon. If it wasn't for some costly turnovers and a lack of overall production by the Buffalo offense, the defense might have done enough to help the Bills remain competitive throught Sunday's contest.

Bears second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky was held in check on Sunday, throwing for just 135 yards on 12-of-20 passing. The defense was able to get to Trubisky for one sack on the day, and also accounted for one interception by Tre'Davious White.

The Bills also did a fine job limiting some of the Bears' top-offensive targets on the day, as Jordan Howard was limited to just 47 yards on the ground, while Tarik Cohen was a non-threat for the Chicago throughout the day. However, the offense was able to find the end zone three times as the Bears put up 27 points on the Buffalo defense.

Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams took the time on Monday to join Mike Schopp for his weekly Monday chat on a Buffalo Bills Football Monday.

Here is some of what Williams had to say:


Williams on the team's youth:

"I've seen a lot in the young guys. These guys have gone through some tough situations and have done a good job. I pray they'll only be that much better for having gone through it."


Williams on 2019:

"This is so hard, it takes so much mentally. It's not something you can be halfway in or halfway out for. Don't let my mind wander."


Williams on the New York Jets:

"They do a good job of getting their running game going and protecting their rookie quarterback [Sam Darnold]."


You can listen to the entire interview below:

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